Ancient Shri Vishnu Bhagwan Dashaavatar Temple Reinstated
The Royal Family, local community, and Sumer Group hostPraanPratishthaMahotsav
New Delhi – Withan objective to revive and educate the generation and also promote and preserve the Indian culture and heritage, the Sumer group, for the first time will organise a five day grand opening of the Shri Vishnu BhagwanDashaavatar Temple, a new temple which will house ancient idols found by the Loonkar family in Jalore.His Royal Highness Maharaja DarbarSaheb of Sirohi will be gracing the festivities as the Chairperson in fulfilment of his wish to instate the ancient idols in a magnificent temple in Jalore.To cultivate this holistic paradigm, the maharaja actively solicits the presence of royal families, head priests and politicians, from all parts of the country.
In the Bhagwad Gita, the Supreme Lord mentions, that HE is the ultimate beneficiary of all Austerities &Yagnas and HE is the Master of the three worlds. So everything in the creation belongs to HIM and as a kind and loving Father, HE has shared it with us. As an expression of our gratitude, we invite you all to participate in this ceremony for HIS glorification.
The Mahotsav, chaired by HRH Maharaja DarbarSaheb of Sirohi, is a culmination of five days of festivities, starting June 17 and ending on June 21. Through the five days, several slots for prayers and ceremonies will be auctioned to give the privilege of immersing themselves with the divine. The‘ChadhawaJajam’ ceremony will take place from 17th, 18th and 19th June 2014 for the 18th, 19th and 20th respectively at NimobodaGav. We expect and hope that you shall shower your Blessings & support consciously and open heartedly for the “Chadhawae”. The community of Jalore 100 kilometers from Mt Abu is pleased to announce the ‘PraanPratisthaMahotsav’ of BhagwanVishnuji (dashaavatar) on the 20th June 2014.
With blessings of the royal family, fellow believers and supporters, the shrine is conducting the consecration ceremony of the ancient idols of Lord Shri Vishnu, Shri Ganesha, Shri Garudji, and Shri Raja Raniji. These were the deities of protectionand the mahotsavgives you a chance to revive the energy of the supreme. Within the society of the whole people of God we believe that a future for the shrine will be one that rejoices in the ministry of women and men.
Commenting on the re-launch of the shrine, Chairperson of the mahotsav, His Royal Highness Maharaja DarbarSaheb of Shirohi said,“The sense of community and humane living are highly cherished values of traditional Indian life. As a communitywe are much more than simply a social grouping of people bound together by reasons of natural origin or deep common interests and values.We want to give you an opportunity to not only say it, but also experience a special day devoted to that simple thought. It is both a society as well as a unity of the visible and invisible worlds, the world of the physically living on the one hand, and the world of the ancestors and divinities.I hereby extend a warm invitation to be a part of the ceremony to benefit from the divine offerings.”
An event of this magnitude will provide a huge boost for not only religion but also the local ecosystem in Jalore, with hundreds of Shriners and dignitaries visiting the area. This influx of visitors will also prove to be beneficial for local businesses.
Eminent culture artists and bodies performing this year at the mahotsav are Shri ViratKaviSammelan on June 17, Shri Anup Jalota, Shrimati Kavita Paudwal and party on June 18, Shri ShyamalPaliwal and Shri MahendraRathod on June 19 and Shrimati Asha Vaishnav on June 20.