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Town Hall Meeting @ HSNC

Proud Moment for All  First Morrisville Town Council Meeting at HSNC Hall  -Will Honor Community Stalwarts - Q & ...

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October President Message

Dear Devotees,, Happy Navratri to all. I am delighted to report that HSNC continues its journey ...

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Hinduism in 21st Century

Hinduism in 21st Century

Practicing Hinduism in the 21st Century By - Dileep Thatte Saturday Oct. 11th 10.00 AM - 12.00 PM HSNC ...

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Membership Confirmation Page

Dear Friends, We are charged with the duty to maintain an updated roster of HSNC members. ...

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Temple Schedule

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* For 1,3,7,10 Prasad will be mailed to your address, if you are not present
1* Archana to any Deity $11.00
2 Upakarma (changing sacred thread) $11.00
3* Shiv Abhishek (Mondays) $15.00
4 Navagraha Pooja $21.00
5 Navagrahan Pooja & Havan $75.00
6 Car Pooja $25.00
7* Pooja on special occasions: wedding day, birthday, memorial day praying for success etc. $25.00
8 Baby shower $75.00 $125.00
9 Pooja for New baby $75.00 $125.00
10* Yagna/Havan on any event $75.00 $125.00
11 Annaprasan $75.00 $125.00
12 Mundan $75.00 $125.00
13 Sathyanaratan Katha $75.00 $125.00
14 Shradhdha $51.00 $111.00
15 Engagement $75.00 $125.00
16 Thread Ceremony $151.00 $251.00
17 Wedding $251.00 $351.00
18 New House Pooja $151.00
19 Funeral $151.00
20 13th Day Pooja $111.00
21 Ganapati Sthapana & Grahashanti $111.00 $201.00

 

President's Message

  • October President Message - Dear Devotees,, Happy Navratri to all. I am delighted to report that HSNC continues its journey successfully on all fronts. I am sure you have noticed the pretty flowers around
  • Ganesh Festival - Om Gan Ganapatye Namah Greetings to all on the occasion of Ganeshji’s birthday. We remember today the modak-loving Ganesha who is adored by all. He is the auspicious one, the
  • Marriages -   In this message let us explore the challenges and complexities facing the institution of marriage in the Indian American society. As you know marriage is not just a contract
  • Bhakti – Views -   Bhakti is the path of exquisite devotion and love of God. It is an emotional personal relationship with the Supreme. Through bhakti, it is possible to develop a relationship
  • HSNC Status Update - With the Lord’s blessing and your support the activities of our temple continue to run smoothly. You will be happy to note that led by our next generation, HSNC has
  • Sanatan Dharma – Views -   The word “Sanatna” is derived from Anadi (without beginning) and Anantha (endless) while the word Dharma, from the Sanskrit ‘dhri’, denotes holding together. Sanatana Dharma is therefore the all
  • A Worthy Goal -   This month let’s look ahead, and set a worthy goal for HSNC. A goal to meet the religious and social needs of the future generations. We have both an

Seniors Column

Senior club update

Next Senior club meeting will be celebration of Diwali on October 28 from 4:30 PM to 9:00 PM. Special event planned are: Flu shot administration by Harris Teeter pharmacist Music

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  • Senior club update - Next Senior club meeting will be celebration of Diwali on October 28 from 4:30 PM to 9:00 PM. Special event planned are: Flu shot administration by Harris Teeter pharmacist Music
  • Latest News of Senior club - On September 16 we reached a new milestone. Our members performed a new form of dram called “Natya Vachan”  or “Play Reading”. The performance was well received. We hope to
  • Senior Club update - Next Senior club meeting will be held at the HSNC main hall on August 12 from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM. Agenda includes informative seminar by Dr. Radhika Gupta, Club

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Hindu Society of North Carolina (HSNC) & Vallabh Youth Organization of Raleigh (VYO-Raleigh)
invite your family and friends for Govardhan Puja & Annakut on Sunday, October 26th at HSNC Temple Hall.

Program Details
Bhajans 3 pm to 5 pm
Puja & Parikrama 5 pm to 6 pm
Aarti followed by Mahaprasad 6 pm onwards

Significance of Annakut
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Govardhan puja, also called Annakut (literally meaning “mountain of food”), celebration has been carried from over 5000 years ago (in the time of Lord Krishna) till today. The tradition started when Lord Krishna told the people of Vridavan dham to start worshipping the Govardhan mountain instead of Lord Indra because Indra had become too proud of himself and because the Govardhan mountain selflessly provided lands for the cows to graze and actually brought rains down to the fields.
Upon learning about this Lord Indra got angry and started pouring heavy rains on Vrindavan. Lord Krishna sheltered everyone by raising the mountain on his little finger and not harm came to anyone in Vrindavan. Seeing this, Indra Dev realized his mistake and asked forgiveness from Lord Krishna. After 7 days, Lord Krishna lowered the mountain and asked the public of Vrindavan to worship Govardhan and have Annakut every year. Since then, Govardhan festival is celebrated on this day.
In addition, in many parts of India, this is also the beginning of the year according to the Vikram Samvat calendar.

To sponsor and participate in the Govardhan Puja ($51/family),

please contact: Harsha Shah (919)362‐0520,
Kirti Gandhi(919)523‐1811,Trilok Pillai(919)599‐9567.

To help with Annakut Samagri & Prasad, please contact:
Bharti Baxi (919) 749‐1292, Mamta Shah (919) 593‐7840, Chhaya Parekh (919) 757‐7223. For general information about Annakut, please contact: Harsha Shah (919) 362‐0520, Saroj Sharma (919) 656‐5224.
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Hello All - Happy Diwali and prosperous New year

Oct 21st - Dhantreas
Oct 22nd - Kalichaudas
Oct 23rd - Diwali Day - lakshmi Pujan - 7pm onwards
(Important Information - Surya grahan-Solar eclipse. Temple will remain closed from 5pm-7pm and will open at 7pm after regular cleansing )

Oct- 24th - New year
Oct- 25th - Diwali celeberation -Cultural event and fire works- 3pm onwards at main hall - Please insert the Diwali flyer for details
Oct -26th - Annakut celeberations from 3pm - mahaprasad at 6pm in the main hall -
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Seniors Column

Senior club update

Next Senior club meeting will be celebration of Diwali on October 28 from 4:30 PM to 9:00 PM. Special event planned are: Flu shot administration by Harris Teeter pharmacist Music

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