“Looking for consciousness in the brain is like looking inside a radio for the announcer.” Nassim Haramein
Yesterday was chaturthi, the fourth day after the new moon. This is Lord Ganesha's day and is traditionally a time during which special worship is performed and a slightly more elaborate form of worship is conducted in his name. Our daily Ganesha abhishekam in Kadavul Temple occurs at 3AM and is carried out by one of the monks. Apart from our annual Ganesha Chaturthi festivities which are held each August-September, generally the monk performing this early morning abhishekam is the only soul who ever gets to witness it. In your absence from said puja, we offer these darshan photos of Lord Maha Ganapati of Kadavul Temple. May this sweet, jolly Lord fill your heart and mind with grace and upliftment. Om Gam Ganapataye Namah.
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