Hindu tools for success -- A talk by HH Satguru Bodhinatha Veylanswami at PGP Mandapam, Sri Srenivasa Perumal Temple, Serangon Road, Singapore on 15th April,2009 at 7.00pm. The seminar was organised by The Hindu Centre, Singapore.
Bodhinatha dwelled on "What is true success?". His Holiness talk delivery were crisp, precise and crystal clear to seminar participants.They had a very productive and wonderful evening. HH addressed by questions by exploring the Hindu goals of life: Dhrama(Virtue), Artha(wealth),Kama(Love) and Moksha(Liberation)and how to pursue on these four aspects of life
Hindu Centre President, Mr Nathan opening speech, welcoming Bodhinatha and seminar participants.
A section of parcipants. A total of about 150 people attended this seminar. A considerable good crowd presence for a weekday event.
A shear joy and all had a wonderful evening listening to Bodhinatha's talk. His Holiness talk on how to use Hindu tools for success had significant addressed many worrying minds on how to apply them effectively admist this trying economy situation.
His Holiness Satguru Bodhinatha Veylanswami. Examines specific tools, such as enduring happiness,affirmation, learning from mistakes,temples and steadfastness that can be used to increase our success and achieving goals.
Seminar participants having blessings from Bodhinatha after the seminar.
Shanmuganathaswami accompanied Bodhinatha.
Singapore Church members too participanted and took this oppurtunity to get blessings.
Bodhinatha -- All smiles with love at one of the participants who prostrates.
Adjounring for dinner after the event.
Books sales by Hindu Centre members near the Mandapam foyer.
This book, Thirumantiram by Saint Thirumullar catches many participants’ eyes at the books sale booth.
Light dinner at a restaurant adjacent to Perumal temple.
Thank You Mr. Gurunathan (President, Hindu Centre, Singapore) for inviting Bodhinatha. Everyone had a fabulous evening indeed.
"Stand strong for Saivism." The nature of life for Saivites is to turn work into worship, to turn the secular into the sacred. Each day give a little extra warmth, humanness and upliftment to others. Every day is a holy day, all day long. We want to follow our religion even in our dreams. If we help someone, we're worshiping. Wherever we are, that's a place of worship. "To the Saivite Hindu all of life is sacred. All of life is religion."