Monday, March 10, 2014

Jai Ho Swayambhu Siddhivinayak ki!

The Vazira Naka area of Borivali, Mumbai, is today flat land but was once hilly and rocky. A worker who used to work at a stone quarry in the area had a dream as he napped after his lunch. Lord Ganesha asked him to not blast the rock they were planning to break the following day as he would manifest himself on the rock. 

The excited worker shared the experience with others at the site and they decided to stop work on the day. On the second day, the Lord manifested his form clearly on the face of the rock. Over the years, a temple came up on the site and is visited by hundreds of people across Mumbai who have known that the Swayambhu Ganesha has powers to grant their wishes.

May Lord Siddhivinayak of Vazira Naka, Borivali, Mumbai grant all our wishes! 

Watch a video of a bhajan to Lord Ganesha on the following link



Drop your old clothes with us now! Donations to needy on March 21st and 22nd.

If you want to be part of this noble cause you can come and donate your clothes at 6th 

Floor, Shri Ram Trade Centre, Nr.Chamunda Circle, Opp. Digamber Jain Temple, Borivali 

(west), Mumbai anytime between 9 am to 7 p m. 

                                                  -  Mamtamai Shri Radhe Guru Maa Charitable Trust

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