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Surat Businessman Gifts 1,260 Cars & 400 Flats As Diwali Bonus To His Employees

 

HOT NEWS!!! Fantastic Boss! Even the IT employees will not get these kind of bonus! Kudos to this surat business man! Savji Dholakia is a diamond merchant and Hare Krishna Exports!

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Hare Krishna Exports deals in diamonds and textiles and this year, the company has gifted 1,260 cars and 400 flats to its employees as Diwali bonuses.On the Ocassion of golden jubilee celebration he has spent nearly 51 crore on diwali bonuses for 1716 employess.

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Annual turnover is 6000 crore and he has 5500 employees in his company and the one whom he picked 1716 employees are the best performers of the company!

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Also understand that all his sucess is its his own efforts it is not his forefathers business it is his own effort which made this sucess!We wish hara krishna a great sucess a head! 

Kudos to Gopichand! Interesting one! Every one must read!

Many Feminists are feeling sad why a man called Gopichand is getting so much credit for Sindhu's win ?

This is about an Indian who mortgaged his home for 3 crores to build an academy. When govt had given him 5 acres land in Hyd for winning All England championship he didn't use it for commercial purpose [land cost would be in billions in that area] he used it for sports. He took donation of 5 crore from a philanthropist with a promise that he will get atleast one Olympic medal [he got two]. 
He lost in 2000 Sydney olympics as he didn't have any coach to guide him in the match. So he felt he will give others what he didn't get. He works from 4am to night for coaching. When he first became official indian coach there was a protest from players saying that his training is too hard for indians. But though he is very soft in real life he is the very hard master in coaching just like chinese coaches. Hence he has breached chinese wall through his proteges. He is worth all the praise he is getting
That is the reason Sindhu's parents credited Sindhu's victory to Gopi after all they know his contribution than any one else

We need 100 Gopichands for india who will find hidden diamonds like Sindhu and make them champions. You can't become a champion with only your talent. You need infrastructure guidance and technology behind you. 
Govt has to do it – but Gopichand is doing it for Badminton in india.

 

 

 

11 facts of Tirumala Tirupathi.

As the current month is Sravana masam which is particularly about Godess lakshmi devi and Venkateswara sway we would like to publish the 11 facts of Tirumala Tirupathi. Even though many have visited Tirupathi many times may not know about cetains facts of lord venkateswara swamy. Have a glance of these 11 facts really amazing.. 

Varalakshmi Vratham Ala Cheyali- Pooja Vidanam

Varalakshmi Vratham Ala Cheyali- pooja Vidanam :-  Excellent video.. This Video will help you how to perform Varalakshmi vratham. 

VaraLakshmi Vratham is performed on The 2nd firday of Sravana maasa or the firday before full moon day (Pournami).It is believed that worship of Goddess Lakshmi on this day will bring health, wealth and prosperity. Vara means boon. Needless to say, performing puja (in the form of a Vratam) to Goddess Varalakshmi will bring in boons to those who performs with utmost devotion. Those who fail to perform the Vratam  can do it so on any other Friday of the Sravanamasam.

Things you need

Sri Varalakshmi Devathaia Namaha.

The following are the materials required to perform the pooja:

1. Turmeric 2. Kumkum3. Fruits (Banana) 4. Flowers   5. Beetle leaves  6. Doop sticks or Incense sticks  7. Camphor  8. Sandal power 9. Akshanthalu

10. Coconut 11. Kalasam 12. Kalasavasthram(any new cotton cloth preferably red/green) 13. Statue or face/photo of Goddess Lakshmi 14. Panchamritham ( Cow milk, cow curd, cow ghee, honey, sugar) 15. Deepam (Gingely oil or ghee) 16. New Cloth 17. New saree and blouse piece 18. Mangalyam ( tie a turmeric piece or a coin of lakshmi in a yellow thread)  19. Jewellary ( If there is any new ornament bought, put it to Lakshmi devi and wear it) 20. Naivedyam 12 varieties with ghee ( can do this as per your capability and wish)  21. kankanam 3 ( 9 knots and for every knot, tie a flower 1 for Lakshmi devi, one for ourselves and one to offer to a married women ) 22. Lord Ganesha (Vinakayudu) made with a turmeric powder paste. 23.   Also have water in a tumbler with spoon in it. 

This video will help you how to perform the pooja 

http://https://youtu.be/xOSBEQwntrU

History of Chilkur Balaji Temple ( Popularly known as Visa Balaji)

In English and Telugu Version

Chilkur Balaji Temple, popularly known as "Visa Balaji Temple'', is an ancient Hindu temple of Lord Balaji on the banks of Osman Sagar in Hyderabad.

As per the preist's in the temple they says if you have a wish you should do 11 rounds(Pradakshanalu)  to the temple and once your wish is full filled you need to do 108 rounds(Pradakshanalu)  in the temple and in case you did not get time to visit again to Chilkur balaji temple you can even complete your 108 rounds in near by Lord venkateswara temple. But the experience of visiting Chilkur balaji temple is too good.  While you do pradakshana you should say "Govinda" "Govinda".

Twenty Five kilometers from Hyderabad off the Vikarabad road and on the banks of Osmansagar is the picturesque village of Chikur with its hoary temple dedicated to Sri Balaji Venkateshwara. From the style, structure and appearance, it can be inferred that the temple was built half a millennium ago. Set in sylvan surroundings, the temple attracts thousands of pilgrims every year and is an ideal place for sequestered retreat and meditation. It enjoyed in the past, great days of pomp and glory.

The temple is one of the oldest in Telengana, having been built during the time of Akkanna and Madanna, the uncles of Bhakta Ramdas. According to tradition, a devotee who used to visit Tirupati every year could not do so on one occasion owing to serious ill-health. Lord Venkateshwara appeared in his dream and said, "I am right here in the jungle nearby. You don't have to worry." The devotee at once moved to the place indicated by the Lord in the dream and saw a mole- hill there, which he dug up. Accidentally, the axe struck Lord Balaji's idol covered by the mole-hill below the chin and on the chest, and surprisingly blood started flowing profusely from the "wounds", flooding the ground and turning it scarlet. The devotee could not believe his eyes when he saw this. Suddenly he could not believe his ears also when he heard a voice from the air which said,"Flood the mole-hill with cow's milk. "When the devotee did so, a Swayambhu idol of Lord Balaji accompanied by Sridevi and Bhoodevi(a rare combination) was found, and this idol was installed with the due rites and a temple built for it.

Sri Balaji venkateshwara, the Pratyaksha Daiva in kaliyuga, is thus available at Chilkur to shower blessings on His devotees who for any reason are unable to go to Tirupati. Many devout worshippers flock to the temple, to receive the blessings of the Lord and his consorts throughout the year particularly during the Poolangi, Annakota and Brahmothsavams

With the earnest desire to revive the former glory and importance of the temple, the idol of Ammavaru was installed in 1963 the year following the Chinese aggression, and when the aggression was unilaterally vacated, Ammavaru was given the name of Rajya Lakshmi, signifying this welcome event. The unique feature of this idol is that lotus flowers are held in three hands and the fourth hand is in such a position towards the lotus feet which signifies the doctrine of Saranagathi.

The temple has been visited by great Acharyas from time to time. A visit to the temple is a must for the Jeer of Sri Ahobila Mutt every time he visits the twin cities, and in the temple is installed the idol of the first Jeer. The Tilakayaths of Sri Vallabhacharya Sampradaya have been regularly visiting the shrine. Jagadguru Sri Sankaracharya of Sringeri Mutt and his disciple graced the efforts of the trustees in improving the temple.

http://https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W7CsjO1BNbc