“The family sadhana for the final day is to bring forth love and harmony within all three worlds. Because of sadhanas well performed during the first four days, the family is now more open and aware of Ganesha’s grace, and their love for Him is now overflowing. On this day the entire family experiences an outpouring of love and tranquility from the great God Himself. His blessings fill the home and the hearts of everyone within it, inspiring them anew for the coming year.”
We are having a wonderful time here at Kauai Aadheenam, and wish you are, too.
We have two big Panchamukha murtis: this one in the courtyard and another one inside Kadavul.
Golden blessings to all.
Paramacharya Ceyonswami does an arati to Kadavul Temple’s Panchamukha Ganapati.
His blessings flow to Ganesha bhaktars, wherever they are.
Happy Pancha Ganapati! We wish you a sweet festival. We hope you enjoy the slideshow we prepared for you:
The letter "Ya" in the Panchakshara Mantra, Namasivaya, stands for the soul. Bodhinatha uses the Panchakshara Mantra to show how the soul is initially drawn by Siva's veiling grace, which leads the soul to maturity through experience in the world. Then comes Siva's revealing grace. When we've had enough of the world, Siva's grace pulls us toward God. The mantra also has the simple, two-syllable form. Si- Reflecting on God the Transcendent Absolute, Va-God as the All Pervading Consciousness