Tuesday 3 October 2023 | Bhadarva Vad 5, Samvat 2079

Tue 3 Oct 2023

"We all want God's mercy and divine happiness to remain ever blossoming within our souls. But for this to happen, we must cultivate a garden in our souls, a garden of mahimaa (glory); i.e. we must understand and appreciate God's magnificence. In this garden, we must plant huge trees of gnaan (knowledge); i.e. we must have knowledge of God's greatness. Only then can we tie swings, swings of prem (love) in our hearts, so that we can gently rock the ever-merciful Lord upon them, forever. And to that swing, we must tie a string, a string of sneh (affection), with which we can lovingly cradle our beloved Lord."
Jeevanpran Shree Muktajeevan Swamibapa.

Meaning of the hindola festival

Wednesday 15th August - Shravan Sud 11

Hindola Darshan - Wednesday 18th August

Theme - Pavitra Ekadashi & Raksha Bandhan

Sunday 15th August - Shravan Sud 7

Hindola Darshan - Sunday 15th August

Theme - Flowers

Thursday 12th August - Shravan Sud 4

Hindola Darshan - Thursday 12th August

Theme - Paper, Beads, Mirrors, Clay pots, Murtis by Gujarati Class Children

Monday 9th August - Shravan Sud 1

Hindola Darshan - Monday 9th August

Theme - Strings & Threads

Thursday 5th August - Ashadh Vad 12

Hindola Darshan - Thursday 5th August

Theme - Chocolates

Sunday 1st August - Ashadh Vad 8

Hindola Darshan - Sunday 1st August

Theme - Sequin

Thursday 29th July - Ashadh Vad 6

Hindola Darshan - Thursday 29th July

Theme - Polystyrene

Sunday 25th July - Ashadh Vad 1/2

Hindola Darshan - Sunday 25th July

Theme - Coloured Pins