Friday, January 2, 2009

Shri Hanuman Chalisa Talks by Swami Swaroopananda

Hari Om,
Dear Friend, 
Usher in the New Year 2009, with the extremely popular Shri Hanuman Chalisa Talks by Swami Swaroopananda..
Swamiji will continue to expound on the miraculous powers of Hanuman Chalisa at talks across Mumbai (Nov '08 - Jan '09). 
Discover how these simple verses can reveal the secrets of a living a successful life.
And how can you chant away your fears and face challenges head-on by invoking the Mighty Lord Hanuman!!!
Please find below the details of the talks on January 2nd & 3rd. (enclosed brochures).
  " Sab Sukh Lahai Tumhari Sarana" 
  January 2nd (Friday) from 7.00pm to 8.30pm 
  Venue - Lokhandwala Graden, Lokhandwala, Andheri West
  " Sankat Mochan Naam Tiharo"
  January 3rd (Saturday) from 6.30pm to 8.00pm 
  Venue - Thakur Complex, Kandivli (E)
"because the miracles that it can create in your life is to make You a Miracle" - Swami Swaroopanandaji
All are welcome for these talks.
Please pass on this message to your friends, relatives & colleagues.
Visit to download audio/video clips & articles on the Glory of Shri Hanumanji.  
And Watch Hanuman Havan on YouTube for videos of Swamiji's previous talks! 
For more details contact:-
Chinmaya Sagar, F3, Panchsheel building, C road, Churchgate, Mumbai – 400 020.
Ph: 22814646, 22884646 Cell: 93201 14646 /47/48/49/50
Hari Om!
Chinmaya Mission.



anvidh k said...

Jai Sree Ram. We all commit sins knowingly and unknowingly.You can ask for forgiveness by reciting the hanuman chalisa . Reciting the opening verses of the Hanuman Chalisa at night at least 8 times helps to remove the sins you may have committed.

MY's said...

jai hanuman chalisa
Oh! conqueror of the Wind, Destroyer of all miseries, you are a
symbol of Auspiciousness.
Along with Shri Ram, Lakshman and Sita, reside in my heart.
Oh! King of Gods.

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