Puja for World Peace
Bhagavati Seva Puja with Br. Ramanand
Please join us for this special program. Br. Ramanand will lead us in a Bhagavati Seva Puja. REGISTER HERE>>
Attendance is free and open to all. However, you’d like to sponsor the puja, you can register in the link provided above - Puja registration is $100 per family.
100% of the proceeds go towards supporting the destitute and the poor through Embracing the World charities. To read more please visit www.embracingtheworld.org.
What is Bhagavati Seva Puja?
Bhagavati Seva is an ancient Tantrik puja ceremony, done to restore balance in the environment and bring peace within us and the world. This Puja is a worship of the One Universal Goddess in her 3 aspects of Creator, Sustainer, and Transformer and is dedicated to the Environment and World Peace.
If you register for the Puja, the Pujari (one who does the ceremony) makes a special intention (sankalpa) for Registrants at the start of the puja. In registering for this special ceremony, we pray to receive the blessings of the Divine Mother for our spiritual and material welfare. Among these are spiritual and scholastic knowledge, prosperity, and fulfilment of wishes, protection from miseries and negative forces and removal of obstacles.
To register, we will need the birth star of the individual or head of family ordering the puja. If your birth star is unknown, we will need the time, date and place of birth. You may register in advance in the form given. We will call you or send you options to make a payment.
Brahmachari (Br.) Ramanand, a long time disciple of Mata Amritanandamayi Devi (Amma), met Amma at the tender age of 3 and has had the good fortune of being with her, in the Amritapuri ashram in India, from a very young age. He has written and composed many devotional songs (bhajans) and his melodious voice can often be heard alongside Amma during many bhajans. One can feel the divine grace flow through his soulful singing. Presently, Br. Ramanand oversees the activities of M.A. Center in the eastern US and Canada. He travels to many cities in order to inspire the different Amma satsangs to better serve their communities and keep alive the flame of selfless-service that Amma has lit in their hearts. Br. Ramanand holds a PhD in Computer Science from the University of Maryland and his talks, usually conveyed humorously, are very inspiring and uplifting. As part of his work, he has received training in the ancient Tantrik Puja traditions of Kerala and travels throughout the US and Canada, performing pujas for world peace.