Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Iskcon to set up giant kitchen in Hyderabad

Times Of India: HYDERABAD: In about three months from now, the mother of all kitchens will become operational in Hyderabad. Equipped with state-of-the-art cooking equipment, the kitchen will prepare 1,600 kg rice in 30 minutes, 4,800 litres of sambar in 45 minutes and 2,000 kg wet 'sabzi' in one hour.

Coming up at a two-acre leased land at Kokapet, the kitchen will be the biggest belonging of Akshaya Patra Foundation, an initiative of the Bengaluru-based Hare Krishna Movement. The foundation serves food to 1.4 million children in over 10,000 schools across 10 Indian states.

In Telangana, Akshaya Patra provides food to about one lakh students in 450 schools in Medak and Ranga Reddy districts alone. At present, the meals are being prepared in a make-shift kitchen being operated from Patancheru from where over 60 vehicles ferry the food to the various schools. The modern kitchen aims to reduce the time taken to prepare the food, a development that can help the organisation provide midday meals to even more schools.

For one lakh students, Akshya Patra at present needs to cook 20,000 kg of rice, 8,000 litres of sambar and 1,000 kg of sabzi using 6,000 kg of uncooked rice, 1,200 kg of lentils and 1,500 kg of vegetables. The food is cooked using Couldron Technology.

"With existing technology, we used to start cooking at 3 am and complete it by around 9 am, but thanks to the new machines, we will be able to finish the cooking in two hours, from 6.30 am to 8.30 am," said the president of Akshaya Patra for Telangana and AP, Satya Gowra Chandra Dasa.

The midday meal comprises rice, sambar, sabzi, a fruit and a sweet, and the ingredients will vary among 30 changing menus.

In the new technology, about 65,000 litres of water purified with reverse osmosis process will be used for both cleaning and cooking. New vegetable cutting machines too. are slated to reduce the cooking time. While cooks would no longer be necessary, 200-odd volunteers will still be needed to package and transport the food to the vehicles.

The state-of-the-art food machines are being imported from Sweden and cost Rs 2.5 crore each. The new kitchen at Kokapet is to come up at a total cost of Rs 17 crore. The Hare Krishna Movement has taken the land on lease for 33 years.

"We have already conducted trial runs of the food machines in Sweden and they have been successful. Once the GHMC sanctions the building plan, we will begin construction. If all goes well, the new kitchen will be operational in three months," Chandra Dasa said. 

Sunday, January 25, 2015

Hundreds of Visitors get Free Prasadam Meals at ISKCON Bangalore

On the auspicious occasion of the 30th annual Sri Krishna Balarama ratha-yatra, ISKCON Bangalore has inaugurated yet another ambitious scheme of providing free lunch prasadam to the hundreds visiting the temple daily. The multi-course meal consisting of piping hot rice, sambar, a vegetable preparation, pickle, buttermilk and payasam is served to pilgrims visiting the temple between 11:30 am and 2:00 pm every day. 
The temple’s Annakuta restaurant, which is closed otherwise in the afternoon, is the venue for this program. Since the seating capacity of the Annakuta hall is about a hundred, serving meals in three batches will feed about three hundred persons as of now. A new Annadana hall, above the Open Air Theater, when built and functional, by next year’s Krishna Balrama ratha-yatra, will cater to about 1500 pilgrims per day. Then eventually, about 10,000 persons will be served every day. 
Since prasad distribution is one of the key programs introduced by Srila Prabhupada, the Founder-Acharya of ISKCON, the ISKCON Bangalore temple, following in his footsteps, has been distributing free cups of tasty Khichdi prasadam, since inauguration, to the thousands who throng Hare Krishna Hill daily. Thus this new lunch Annadana program is taking another step forward towards fulfilling Srila Prabhupada’s desire. A lot of devotees visit the temple during the day from outside Bangalore city. This free lunch prasadam is a facility that is especially appreciated by these pilgrims. 
Sri Madhu Pandit Dasa, the temple president, in an exclusive interview, explained the significance of Annadana, “Amongst all different categories of charity, anna-dana, the charity of food, is considered as maha dana – the greatest. A noble hearted person, who gives this charity becomes free from the three kinds of debts and goes to the transcendental abode of Lord Vishnu.” “anna-danam yah karoti maha- manah, rna – trayam vimucyeta yati visnoh param padam” he said, quoting the Garga Samhita.
“We have not yet worked out the cost. In such noble programs, our usual method has been to start the program somehow, and we know that Lord Sri Krishna will send devotees to support this program” Dasa said, when asked about the funding for this mammoth program. 
It is to be noted that this new Annadana program is different from, and in addition to, the popular Akshaya Patra program feeding 1.5 million school children mid-day meals daily. Just as Akshaya Patra has grown from humble beginnings but now has scaled great heights, let us hope that this Annadana program will also be a huge success. 

His Holiness Sri Shivanubhava Charamurthi Sri Shivarudra Maha Swamiji of Belimutt, His Holiness Shri Vidyesha Thirtha, Sri Bhandarakeri Mutt, Shri Gopalaiah, M.L.A, Mahalakshmi Layout, Shri N L Narendra Babu, Ex – MLA and Shri S Harish, Ex Dy. Mayor of BBMP, Bangalore  were among the dignitaries present on the occasion of the Annadana inauguration.

Wednesday, January 21, 2015

Ananta Shesha Sthapana at Vrindavana Chandrodaya Mandir

Vrindavana, the holy land where Supreme Lord Krishna enacted His wonderful pastimes, has several spiritual dimensions to it which cannot be seen with our mundane material eyes. It is revealed to only those devotees of the Lord whose eyes are anointed with love for Krishna. Over five hundred years ago, Sri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu sent His disciples, the six Gosvamis headed by Srila Rupa Gosvami to uncover the locations of different pastimes of Lord Krishna in Vrindavana. Due to their efforts, today the whole world knows about the glories of Vrindavana.

Srila Prabhupada, the Founder-Acharya of ISKCON, encouraged devotees to construct skyscraper temples for Krishna. Inspired by his instructions, the devotees of ISKCON Bangalore have initiated the construction of Vrindavan Chandrodaya Mandir, a massive skyscraper temple, rising up to a height of 700-feet with a footprint of 5.5 acres in the village of Chattikara. It is the world’s tallest temple of Lord Krishna being built in Vrindavana.

To protect baby Krishna from the attacks of various demons like Putana, Shakatasura and Trinavarta, the residents of Gokula decided to shift their entire settlement to Vrindavana. On their way they halted at this village (Chattikara) and unyoked the bulls from the carts. The Supreme Lord has manifested in Chattikara as Sri Radha-Vrindavanachandra and is now residing in a temporary structure built here. Soon the iconic temple will rise into the sky and the Deities will move there and attract millions of devotees from all over the world.

His Excellency Sri Pranab Mukherjee, the Honorable President of India, participated in the ceremony of installing Lord Ananta Shesha (thousand-hooded serpent) at Vrindavan Chandrodaya Mandir on November 16, 2014. Lord Ananta Shesha is an incarnation of the Supreme Lord. As stated in the Chaitanya-bhagavata (Adi-khanda 1.46), nivasa-sayyasana-padukamsuko-padhana-varsatapa-varanadibhih: Ananta Shesha serves the Supreme Lord by assuming various forms like umbrella, slippers, bedding, pillow, garments, resting chair, throne etc. Srila Prabhupada, in his Srimad-Bhagavatam purports explains that Ananta's strength is so great that innumerable universes rest on His hoods. Since His strength is unlimited, all the universes resting on His hoods feel no heavier than mustard seeds.

While constructing the temple, the foundation is laid and the Deity of Ananta Shesha is installed first. The idea of this ceremony, which is recommended in the Agama shastras (part of the Vedic literatures), is that the entire temple building of Lord Krishna will be resting on the hoods of Ananta Shesha. The sanctum sanctorum (garbha-griha) of the Vrindavan Chandrodaya Mandir is at a height of 15 meters from the ground. The Agama shastras recommend that the altar has to have bhu-sparsha (contact with the earth) and hence it is perched on a bhu-sparsha stambha. During the ceremony, the Deity of Ananta will be placed under the bhu-sparsha stambha which is formed by filling earth from several holy places and river basins from all over India.

Speaking on this occasion, Sri Pranab Mukherjee said that, “I am happy to hear that the followers of Srila Prabhupada from ISKCON Bangalore have conceived an iconic project of setting up a skyscraper temple for Lord Sri Krishna in Vrindavan. This is a historic undertaking. This project will highlight the significance of Vrindavan in multiple ways.”

He further expressed his hope that Vrindavan should become a beacon in spreading the spiritual culture of bhakti to Lord Krishna and give solace to thousands of people from all over the world. It should grow to become the spiritual capital of the world.

Conveying his appreciation for Srila Prabhupada, he said, “Srila Prabhupada the founder and Acharya of ISKCON was a true visionary and an ambassador of Indian culture who took this message of Sri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu and glory of Vrindavan dham the world over. Srila Prabhupada’s spiritual influence continues to resonate in the hearts of Krishna devotees all over the world even to this day.”

The temple architecture harmoniously blends the timeless grace of traditional Indian temple architecture and the glitter and elegance of modern architecture. Apart from the worship of Lord Krishna, the complex will also include many enchanting features – state-of-the-art multimedia expos on Srimad-Bhagavatam, Srimad-Bhagavad-gita and also science and spirituality. A capsule elevator will take the visitors through the planetary systems to the viewing gallery at the top of the structure, re-creation of twelve forests (dvadasha kanana) of Vrindavana around the temple complex as described in the scriptures, rivulets of Yamuna with lotus ponds, light-sound-motion dioramas of Krishna’s lilas – to name a few.

Expressing his vision for this ambitious project, the Chairman of Vrindavan Chandrodaya Mandir, Sri Madhu Pandit Dasa, said, “The life, customs, practices, language and festivals in Vrindavan dham form a unique culture, having developed over the last five centuries based on the revelations of great saints of Vrindavana. It is our hope that Vrindavan Chandrodaya Mandir will be the center for preserving and promoting this pristine Vedic Culture and protecting the holy dham from the influence of materialistic culture which is threatening to wipe out local cultures in our urban areas of India.”

The President of Vrindavan Chandrodaya Mandir, Sri Chanchalapathi Dasa said, “We cannot have a peaceful and prosperous society without the foundation of Krishna’s teachings that form the bedrock of people’s character, behavior and values. And we want to present this spiritual paradigm of life in a philosophical, reasonable, logical and authoritative manner on the basis of the teachings of Lord Sri Krishna. In other words, this temple will play a major role in influencing the youth of India to become responsible and contributing citizens with fine character and sublime values of life.”

Saturday, January 17, 2015

Controversial Movie PK Religious Questions Answered!

The recent Bollywood movie PK raised some questions on religious customs and traditional practices. In no time controversy erupted and many groups protested against it for hurting their religious sentiments. In the film, the character of Aamir Khan is portrayed by Rajkumar Hirani as an innocent alien trying for answers to religious practices of this world. However, far from trying and getting the right answers, the film labels all questions as ‘wrong numbers’. Of course, there are ‘wrong numbers’ – superstitions & malpractices, but that does not warrant condemning true religion/practices as bogus. Therefore, this is an attempt to shed the light of truth, based on the teachings of Srila Prabhupada, the Founder- Acharya of ISKCON, upon these questions. Comments are welcome. 

Do only people who are afraid go to temple?
Jo darta hai woh mandir jata hai – is this true?

Fear due to some impending danger or difficulty may be a reason for someone to go to a temple. And they do get relief when they pray to God for protection. But that is not the only reason why someone may go to a temple.

Krishna says in Bhagavad-gita that four kinds of people approach God (Ch. 7 Verse 16):

One who is distressed & wants relief from the suffering 
One who wants material benefits 
One who is inquisitive about God
One who is in knowledge about God
So, all persons going to the temple are not afraid; there are people who have proper knowledge of God and temple. They go to a temple because they know the purpose of a temple – spiritual advancement. Those who do not know this purpose should find out such saintly persons who have proper knowledge and try to understand from them.

Is religion a business run by godmen to exploit people’s fear?

True religion is not a business. Srimad Bhagavatam distinguishes between real dharma and kaitava dharma (cheating religion). Real religion is propounded by those saintly people who are not envious of anyone. But there are many cheaters who take advantage of the ignorance of the masses and exploit their religious sentiments by propagating some cheating religion. The author of Srimad Bhagavatam, Sri Vyasadeva, affirms that by reading Bhagavatam one will be able to distinguish between real religion and cheating religions. When one understands and follows the real religion, he is relieved from all distress and his life is filled with auspiciousness.

Is religion made by man or by God?

Real religion is made by God. dharmam tu saksat bhagavat pranitam: The codes of religion are given by the Supreme Lord and the purpose of religion is to develop love for God. But, as stated above, many godmen take advantage of the religious sentiment of the common people and make their own concocted religion which is not real. Many of the superstitious beliefs stem from such concocted religion. One should approach a bonafide spiritual master and try to understand spiritual subject matter from him. How do we recognize a bonafide spiritual master? Scriptures say that a bonafide spiritual master should come in the disciplic succession descending directly from Krishna. The words of the bonafide spiritual master act as guiding light for people suffering in the darkness of ignorance. When we hear from such a person, we will be able to understand the real purpose of religion.

How can worshiping a cow get someone a job?

Worship of the cow is not meant for getting such benefit. We worship the cow because she is considered our mother. She gives us nutritious milk. It is a fact that milk is a miracle food and is very important for the human being. This apart, we have a question for those who question the practice of worshiping the cow. Did they ever question the practice of slaughtering cows? How does it make sense: to drink the milk of the cow and kill it when it cannot produce any milk? Is it human? Is it not like killing one’s own mother? Srila Prabhupada writes: The human society should recognize the importance of the cow and the bull and thus give all protection to these important animals. Even today, Hindus worship the cow and they consider it their responsibility to maintain the cows. To know more about the importance of cow protection, visit our website.

If God can hear our prayers directly, do we need to pray to a murti?

The murti (Diety) is not an idol if properly installed according to scriptural injunctions. There is difference between an idol and deity. A deity is an authorized form of God, which is made according to the directions in the scriptures. Praying or worshipping such a deity is meaningful since the prayer or worship directly reaches God. Srila Prabhupada gives an example to help us understand this: We may find some mailboxes on the street, and if we post our letters in those boxes, they will naturally go to their destination without difficulty. But any old box, or an imitation which we may find somewhere but which is not authorized by the post office, will not do the work. Similarly, God has an authorized representation in the Deity form, which is called archa-vigraha. This archa-vigraha is an incarnation of the Supreme Lord. God accepts service through that form and thus gives us an opportunity to revive our love for Him. 

Srila Prabhupada explains further in one of his lectures: Krishna’s Deity and Krishna are not different. Krishna has come, kindly, to accept your service as you can deal with Him. If Krishna comes in His gigantic form—Krishna has got gigantic form also, as it was shown to Arjuna—you will not be able to dress Him. Suppose the universal form of Krishna is there, and you have to dress Him, so the whole cloth factory will be finished. Is it not? How you can dress? You have no capacity to dress. But Krishna has kindly accepted a form, the Deity. You can purchase cloth according to your means, and with your great devotion, you can dress. Similarly, the gigantic universal form, it is described in the Bhagavad-gita that He is eating, the whole humanity is going on in His mouth. Then where you will get such food? But, because you are not able to offer such gigantic food to Krishna, Krishna says, "All right, give Me, patram pushpam phalam toyam, give Me a little flower, give Me a little fruit, give Me a little water, I shall accept it." This is called arcana-vidhi. Krishna has agreed to accept your service as you can afford to do. It is not idol worship. It is actually worshiping Krishna.

Infosys, Tata Group donate Rs 200 crore to expand Akshaya Patra Foundation

Economic Times: BENGALURU: The philanthropic arms of Infosys BSE 0.98 % and the Tata Group are together writing cheques for over Rs 200 crore to fund Akshaya Patra, a Bengaluru-based organisation which runs the largest school lunch programme by an NGO in the world. The money will be used to expand the reach of Akshaya Patra, and equip it with the latest food technologies to help it cook meals faster and cheaper while improving quality.
The Infosys Foundation, headed by Sudha Murty, the wife of the software company's founder, will contribute Rs 127 crore to build three modern kitchens and run operations and a further Rs 20 crore for the corpus. The Jamsetji Tata Trust will contribute Rs 55 crore to help the non-profit acquire the latest technology and improve food safety.
Akshaya Patra, which US President Barack Obama commended in 2008 as a model for other countries, is run by the International Society for Krishna Consciousness. In Hindu mythology, the Akhshaya Patra is a vessel with unlimited stores of food that was gifted by Lord Shiva to the Pandava king Yudhishtira. With the grants, the organisation, over the next five years, will target 5 million school children from the current 1.5 million in 10 states.
Infosys' grant will go into building modern kitchens at Jodhpur and Hyderabad, with a daily capacity for 50,000 and 1,00,000 meals, respectively. The IT giant will also meet the operational cost of kitchens at Jodhpur, Hyderabad and Mysuru, and expenses of meals and bottled drinking water provided to about 1.5 lakh children in Rajasthan.
Food labs to ensure high quality
The Tatas will cover hiring of qualified food safety inspectors for the 22 kitchens across India and four modern food labs at Ahmedabad, Bengaluru, Bhubaneswar and Lucknow, each of which will cost about Rs 50 lakh. The labs will handle chemical analysis and other tests to ensure the end food meets desired standards.
"When we made a presentation to Mr Ratan Tata, he agreed to support us to improve our internal food safety measures," Chanchalapathi Dasa, vice-chairman at Akshaya Patra Foundation, told ET. The organisation has roped in the Central Food Technological Research Laboratory in Mysuru for technology partnership.
The Tatas could not be reached for a comment. In another major shift made possible by Infosys' contribution, Akshaya Patra is switching to closed-vessel cooking technology, a technique that preserves the food's aroma. "We are importing the Tetra Pak technology from Sweden, and have placed orders for six machines, each of which can prepare 7,200 meals in 20 minutes," Dasa said.
"Our Hyderabad kitchen is going to be an orbit shifting technologychange for us." The organisation has asked Tetra Pak to start making the machines at its Pune plant as it does not want to continue with imports. The Infosys Foundation, Sudha Murty said, has been backing Akshaya Patra for a long time. "We have supported the mid-day meal programme wherever Infosys has its presence.
That explains why we want to do more in Rajasthan, where food and water are a big issue," she said. "We believe it is our moral duty to pay back to the society especially in places where we have a presence." Murty, who once worked for the Tata Group and hence addresses Ratan Tata as 'Chairman Sir', said, "I took my former boss (Tata) to my place (Hubli), and he was very impressed with the Akshaya Patra kitchen."
The organisation is currently looking for land in Bengaluru to locate its lab. "Our kitchens are currently running to capacity, so we are finding it difficult to accommodate the lab in the existing operations area," Shridhar Venkat, CEO at Akshaya Patra, said. While the Ahmedabad lab will be ready next month, and Lucknow lab in May, the ones at Bengaluru and Bhubaneswar will come up in 2016 and 2017, in that order.

Friday, January 16, 2015

Dayalu Nitai Sundar Das Exposed (Part 7): CopyCat Business Man

One the great business man dayalu has started selling namkeen, though he is selling flats and ghee as well! Dayalu claims that this is the best namkeen bhujia available on this planet. According to Dharmesh every other brand of namkeen on this planet is just useless, contaminated, dirty and will make you ill. Dharmesh's namkeen is made from spices which they claim are made by them, this namkeen are clean and incredible! They are being sold at an unbelievable price of Rs.200 per kg, this price is much higher than the price at which it is being sold in the market.

A foolish disciple of Dharmesh Sharma named Arvind Mehta alias Arvind Lochan das is handling this affair, Dayalu has asked him to go from door to door and sell his bogus product, of course Dayalu keeps the entire profit in his pocket. Arvind is a fool, who is not even given compensation enough to take care of himself, he is even going to get married soon.
Arvind did his M.Tech from some engineering college in Jaipur itself and feels frustrated and humiliated because of this job, he is being made to do by his guru maharaj Dayalu Nitai Sundar das but he cannot go anywhere else now. Dayalu is 'using him' to go door-to-door and sell namkeen, on a motorcycle this foolish chap moves around and has been given very heavy targets by Dayalu, on failing he is insulted and humiliated by Dayalu in front of everyone. Most of this namkeen is being sold to people who do not want to buy it at all, by hook or by crook.
On the other hand, Dharmesh is preaching against MPD that he is a 'real estate tycoon' and is selling flats but even Dharmesh has now started selling flats at his 'so-called varnashram' project near Jaipur at a price of Rs. 12 lakhs each. He is a copycat of MPD, and is copying each and every action of MPP, he meditates on MPD day and night for last 14 years.

He is selling 'puree desi ghee of ingenious cows at Rs.1200 per kg'., normal price of ghee in market is less than Rs.400 per kg. So you can make out on your own that who is a businessman.

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Tuesday, January 13, 2015

Dayalu Nitai Sundar Das Exposed (Part 6): Open Letter from Murlimohan Das

From: Murlimohan Das "murlimohan108@gmail.com"
to: dayalunitai108@gmail.com

subject: Regarding my leaving HKC, Jaipur, India.

This letter is to inform everyone that my stay at Hare Krishna Centre, Sitapura, Jaipur in last 3 years was very comfortable. I had no problems.

All the devotees here are very nice and strictly following Srila Prabhupada’s instructions.

I joined Hare Krishna Community, Jaipur as a full time devotee 6-7 months back after giving up my karma kanda duties completely. In the first few months of my joining I was engaged in attending English Speaking course with gurukul students and teaching the children Srimad Bhagavatam.

One month back Hrishikesh Prabhu who is one of the teachers in the Varnasrma College told me that my long Bhagvatam Classes are not having good impact on the children. I thought that he is doing this out of bad intention but later on I realized that he is a very nice devotee and I was judging him wrongly. I decided to go out of Gurukul services for some time and involve myself in some other services. I went for sankirtan, collecting fund, book distribution etc. but somehow I was not able to absorb myself in any of these services.

Dayalu Nitai Prabhu gave me full freedom to engage in any service I like but I was not feeling enthusiastic in any service. Then I told Dayalu Nitai Prabhu that I want to open a new centre in Alwar. Dayalu Nitai Prabhu told me that I can do so as a branch of Hare Krishna Community and he will send some devotee with me but till at least 6-8 devotees who are chanting 16 rounds and following 4 regulative principles are not created I will have to submit the accounts to HKC. Dayalu Nitai Prabhu told me that after 6-8 devotees who are chanting 16 rounds and following 4 regulative principles join the preaching then I can become the President and 2 other devotees can become Treasurer and secretary and I can work independently as a branch of HKC.

But I told Dayalu Nitai Prabhu that I want to preach totally independently.

Dayalu Nitai Prabhu told me that he cannot support this decision of working totally independently but when I insisted he told me that I can do so on my own risk.

So, finally I have parted away from HKC, Jaipur peacefully to start my own centre in Alwar.

your servant,
Murali Mohan Das.

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Dayalu Nitai Sundar Das Exposed (Part 5): Food Festival Business

Dharmesh Sharma alias Dayalu Nitai Sundar Das is holding his second 'food festival in Jaipur' this year and It is great that he is doing it. Food Festival claims that it has Dishes of 28 States of India offered to Lord Chaitanya, Prasadam was distributed to more than 3000 people, Srila Prabhupada's Video Shows, Sankirtan By Bhaktivedanta International Gurukula and Varnasrama College students, Dramas by BIG Gyan. We were like wow, that's spiritual, however when we started exposing we came across few questions, information and facts about 'food festival in Jaipur' from Hare Krishna Community that stunned us. According to our credible reports, we would like to show some facts which might astonish even HKC members.

1. The entire cooking is done by 'karmi cooks': though he charges Akshaya Patra is doing 'bogus cooking'
2. He will charge Rs.5000 per ticket: which is much more than that charged by any five star hotel in India
3. He invites big businessman and people of the city and milk them for money
4. He gets lakhs of rupees just by this single festival and afterwards he claims that he is in 'financial crunch' and lost money on this one.

However leaving this, It was astonishing to know that he uses Madhu Pandit Dasa name in one of his "Food Festival in Jaipur" poster. If dayalu hates MPD then why did dayalu used his name? according to the sources dayalu uses akshaya patra and MPD name to get money for himself, This is one of the tricks which he uses to get money for his desires. Not only that, he is having this festival at Entertainment Paradise in Jaipur, this is the same venue where Akshaya Patra had program when they first came to Jaipur. Dayalu is just a copycat after all.

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