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PRESS RELEASE A Mass Chanting for World Peace: Guinness World Records recognizes His Holiness Dr. Sri Ganapathy Sachchidananda Swamiji for Creating World History At a time of constant turmoil, mass killings, and natural disasters happening in different parts of the world, His Holiness Dr. Sri Ganapathy Sachchidananda Swamiji, pontiff of the Avadhoota Datta Peetham of Mysore, India led a mass chanting session on January 31st, 2015 in Tenali, Andhra Pradesh in India for the benefit of world peace. This mammoth effort, aimed at benefiting all beings and the atmosphere, has been aptly recognized by the “Guinness World Records.” Leading the effort, Sri Swamiji clearly explained the merits of the chant and the virtues of repeatedly chanting the sacred verses. In the process, the 9th chant was recognized as the Guinness World Record attempt by the official adjudicator Ms. Fortuna Burke, who supervised the entire event. When the chanting continued a little over six minutes, Ms. Burke announced it as “the brand new world record in the category of mass chanting,” with 128,918 participants singing in unison. During the 27th and last chant, there were over 226,000 participants. Witnessing the event with great interest, the Governor of Tamilnadu, His Excellency Sri K Rosaiah, later presented the Record Certificate from Guinness World Records to Sri Swamiji. Speaking on the occasion, the Governor expressed his utmost happiness about the event and praised the large gathering of people who turned out from different parts of the world. The Hanuman Chalisa, authored by Sant Tulasidasji Maharaj, consists of 40 verses and is famous globally, especially since it is believed to fulfill desires of those who recite it. According to Sri Swamiji, “Hanuman Chalisa is a very ancient prayer dating back over 500 years. This particular prayer is especially chosen for chanting since the collective sound vibrations will create positive impact thereby promoting universal brotherhood, and aiding in the well-being of the entire universe.” In recent times, scientific research has also revealed that sound waves formed while chanting are converted into electro-magnetic waves and potentially provide enormous positive impact on beings and atmosphere. Sri Swamiji’s love and devotion to Lord Hanuman knows no bounds. Hanuman, affectionately known as the Lord of the Apes, destroys sins and creates pure happiness. For the benefit of people in the US, Sri Swamiji is overseeing a major temple construction that is currently underway in Dallas-Fort Worth. The Marakata Karya Siddhi Hanuman Temple which will have the hanuman statue carved from a single stone of Marakata, or Emerald will be one of its kind outside India. Temples with Marakata statue are renowned to bring protection and spiritual benefits to those who visit. In Trinidad, Sri Swamiji has installed an 85 feet Hanuman statue, the tallest one outside India, in the Datta temple. The temple attracts thousands of people from around the world to the small island nation every year. Based in Mysore, Sri Swamiji has established many ashrams and is involved in spreading the message of peace around the world. Swamiji supports several social projects to help the downtrodden and has setup hospitals and schools in India to help the poor and needy. Importantly, his healing music concerts that are specially performed for spiritual energy transmission are always a treat to everyone. People around the world have received immense benefit from physical healing to spiritual guidance. Sri Swamiji has performed several such Healing and Meditation concerts all over the world for over 30 years now. Notably, he performed along with globally renowned violinist Dr. L. Subramaniam in a packed concert at the famous Lincoln Center in 2008 in New York City. Other prominent venues include the Esplanade Concert Hall in Singapore, and the Royal Albert Hall in London. Sri Swamiji has received praise and recognition for his work around the world. Recognizing Sri Swamiji’s international stature, the US government has granted special O-visa status to him to travel and perform throughout the USA. Sri Swamiji has meticulously put together all his findings from his continuous research of therapeutic aspects of healing music and has released the English version named “Raaga Raagini Nada Yogam.” Sri Swamiji’s work often appears in newspapers and periodicals around the globe. Press Contacts: T. Vishnu Jayaraman, (201) 615 3388, jtvishnu@gmail.com Jagan Bukkaraju, (312) 479 0812, jbukkaraju@gmail.com Sunitha Cheruvu, (866) 996 6767 sunithac@gmail.com
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Atlanta, January 18-19, 2014: With Sri Swamiji’s blessings, DYC Atlanta sponsored and organized a wonderful retreat on ‘Sri Chakra: The Mystery of Mysteries’ led by Sri Datta Yoga Raja over Martin Luther King weekend. Some 25 to 30 people participated in the two-day event including a strong showing of local and out of town devotees, as well as several people who had not heard of Sri Swamiji. Sri Datta Yogi Raja introduced them to Appaji for their first time. The retreat began with participants sharing with the group their dreams for their life, and their expectations for the class. In transitioning to the topic of Sri Chakra, Sri Datta Yogi Raja first instructed the class in the art of transforming every moment into an opportunity for fulfilling their destiny. The first day's session culminated with learning a simple and effective meditation technique for 'being' in the present moment, ready to experience the connection between our individual soul and the divinity all around us. The next morning, Yogi Raja introduced the symbolism in the various lines, petals,and triangles of the Sri Yantra, and explained the presiding deities and yoginis in each ring, and the benefits bestowed by meditating on them. In concluding, he explained the puja symbolism in detail, including the inner meaning of all offerings. The participants then had an experience of participating in an actual puja ceremony conducted by Sri Datta Yogi Raja. Jai Guru Datta, Sri Guru Datta
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Parama Pujya Sri Swamiji visited New Jersey and New York for 5 days in Nov-Dec 2012. On 1st December, Music for Meditation & Healing titled "Yoga Tunes Raga Sagara" was held in the Edward Nash Theater of Raritan Valley Community College. The Consul General of Trinidad & Tobago High Commission in New York, Mrs. Rudravatee Nan Ramgoolan, lit the inauguration lamp. Mrs. & Mr. Chase Rosade, of Rosade Bonsai Studio gave the welcome garland and well known Tristate Attorney Ryan Lilianthal offered Vastram. Ramana Laird of Jesus Datta Retreat Center gave the welcome speech. Pujya Sri Swamiji played Pranava Svarupam (Raga Rushyaketu Priya), Vande Santam (Raga Kharahara Priya), Yoga Tunes Raga Sagara comprising of three Ragas - Bhoopalam (Bhajan Madhava Matsyavatara), Raga Ghooshakari (No Lyrics), Raga Shanmukhapriya (Bhajan Amba Bhavani) & Dance Tune (Raga Dheera Shankara Bharanam) and Mangalam in Sama Raga. After the concert, Sri Meghnath Chavva offered a memento which has inscription of Sri Swamiji's silver jubilee year music concert tour and a clipping of the rare raga Sri Swamiji played for the Zodiac Tunes. SriSwamijiNJVisitDec2012/pictures/HealingConcert   On Sunday, 2nd December, Sri Swamiji visited one of the earliest Hindu temples in the United States, Sri Maha Vallabha Ganapathy temple in Queens, New York. Sri Swamiji was received with temple honors by the priests, temple management and devotees. After Ganapathy Darshana, Sri Swamiji took Darshana of other deities. An evening of spectacular Bhajan singing ensued. SriSwamijiNJVisitDec2012/pictures/GaneshTemple On Monday, 3rd December 2012, Sri Swamiji has conducted a personal healing music session for over 3 hours where more than 200 devotees got immersed in the wonderful healing music at the Family YMCA of South Brunswick. In the evening, Sri Swamiji Blessed the Bala Datta students, teachers and the Vedanta study group members. SriSwamijiNJVisitDec2012/pictures/HealingSession SriSwamijiNJVisitDec2012/pictures/BalaDatta
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Hindu Temple Community Center - Ganesh Temple 143-09 Holly Avenue (Corner of Smart St. and Holly Avenue) Flushing, NY 11355 Parking : There is a limited street parking available at the temple, however ample paid parking space is available at Flushing Medical Center which is just two blocks away from the temple. Flushing Medical Center is located on 45th St. and Smart St. or Parsons Blvd. and the temple management has an arrangement with them for reasonable rates with a stamped ticket. After parking your car at Medical Center Parking lot, please present the ticket at Ganesh Temple Office counter to get it stamped and obtain very reasonable parking rate. Flushing Hospital Medical Center Parking (which is 2 blocks away from Ganesh temple) 4500 Parsons Boulevard Flushing, NY 11355 Directions: From Manhattan: Take QUEENS-MIDTOWN TUNNEL to LONG ISLAND EXPRESSWAY (I-495 EAST) to exit 24 (Kissena Blvd.). At traffic light turn left and continue 1 mile to 45th Avenue. At 45th Avenue, turn right and travel 1/4 mile to hospital. From New Jersey: Take the LINCOLN TUNNEL (I-495 EAST) to Manhattan. Take 34th St. across to the Eastside. Follow signs for the QUEENS-MIDTOWN TUNNEL (495 EAST). Follow directions above from Manhattan. Queens Midtown Tunnel to Long Island Expressway to exit 24 (Kissena Blvd.). At traffic light turn left and continue 1 mile to 45th Avenue. At 45th Avenue, turn right and travel 1/4 mile to hospital. From Eastern Long Island - Long Island Expressway to exit 24 (Kissena Blvd.). At second traffic light (Kissena Blvd.) turn right and continue 1 mile to 45th Avenue. At 45th Avenue, turn right and travel 1/4 mile to hospital. PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION to Ganesh Temple From Manhattan: take the IRT Flushing Line (No.7) from Times Square. Get off at last stop - Main Street, Flushing. Take Q27 bus from Main Street, which goes up Kissena Blvd., and turns left onto Holly Ave. Get off at the stop just before Bowne Street and you will see the Rajagopuram of the temple to your left. The bus ride is approximately five to ten minutes. The entrance to the Community Center is ahead of you at the next intersection with Smart Street.
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Press Release: His Holiness Sri Ganapathy Sachchidananda Swamiji of Mysore will be performing at a Meditation and Healing Concert on December 1, Saturday, at 6.30 p.m., at the Raritan Valley Community College in Branchburg, NJ. The Concert is preceded by a Press Conference at 5.30 p.m, at the venue. To celebrate the Silver Jubilee Year Concert celebrations of His Holiness Sri Ganapathy Sachchidananda Swamiji of Mysore, a New Jersey based non-profit, Yoga Sangeeta, is organizing “Yoga Tunes Raga Sagara,” music for meditation and healing concert on December 1, Saturday, at 6.30 p.m., at the Edward Nash Theatre in Raritan Valley Community College, in Branchburg, NJ. Currently on a month-long tour in California, Texas, and New Jersey, to celebrate the Silver Jubilee Year, Sri Swamiji will participate in public programs, and perform at healing concerts for the benefit of hundreds of thousands of people in U.S. On December 2, at 4 p.m., a day after the concert in NJ, Sri Swamiji will be in New York, for “Divya Nama Sankeertana,” a bhajans program at the Ganesha Temple in Flushing. On December 3, starting at 9 a.m., Sri Swamiji will be giving a three-batch music healing sessions at the South Brunswick Family YMCA in Monmouth Junction in NJ. Sri Swamiji has been performing Healing and Meditation concerts all over the world for 25 years now. Notably, Sri Swamiji performed along with globally renowned violinist Dr. L. Subramaniam in a packed concert at the famous Lincoln Center in 2008 in New York City. Other prominent venues include the Esplanade Concert Hall in Singapore, and the Royal Albert Hall in London. His concerts are always a treat for everyone. “The power of vibrations connects, in some manner, all things and all beings in the universe on all places of existence. Nada vibrations work through the chord of sympathy existing between man and his surroundings. The human body has about 72,000 astral nerves (nadis) which continuously vibrate in a specific rhythmic pattern. Disturbance in their rhythmic pattern is the root cause of disease. The musical notes restore their normal rhythmic pattern, thereby bringing about good health. Listen with your heart and not with intellect," states Sri Swamiji about the healing music. Sri Swamiji conveys his important message through music. He sings self-composed bhajans in Sanskrit, Hindi, Telugu, Kannada and English and plays ayurvedic healing ragas on an electronic synthesizer, accompanied by musicians on classical Indian instruments. His music is devotional and used for spiritual energy transmission. Devotees around the world have received immense benefit through his concerts from physical healing to spiritual guidance. All program details, along with registration and ticket details have been published to www.yogasangeeta.org. To know more about Sri Swamiji’s activities visit www.dattapeetham.com There will be a press conference on December 1 at 5.30 p.m., at the Raritan Valley Community College in Branchburg, NJ. Please RSVP at jtvishnu@gmail.com or m_chavva@yahoo.com by November 27. Press Contacts: T. Vishnu Jayaraman (201) 615 3388 jtvishnu@gmail.com Meghnath Chavva (609) 721 4272 m_chavva@yahoo.com  
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