More from Vancouver

Manickam Senthivel family is hosting Satguru Bodhinatha as usual. Manickam shared some information about our late Gurudeva's involvement:"When Gurudeva visited Vancouver in the year 2000, we met Gurudeva at the Airport and later at the hotel Gurudeva stayed for Blessings. At that time Sri Ganesh Maha Sapai was only 2 months old. It started out with a picture of Lord Ganesh and with a few devotees. Mostly we took this picture to devotees homes and conducting payans. The next day after Gurudeva left Vancouver, I travelled to Kauai for Guru Purnima celebration in 2000 (My first time to Kauai). With the blessings of our beloved Gurudeva a small Murthi was given, and advised by Gurudeva to have the murthy in devotees' house in turn and perform pooja. Gurudeva also mentioned the temple will be built within 15 years. That's now happened. I am very proud that I carried Lord Ganesha's Moorthy to Vancouver from Kauai. Dr. Thillai and his wife Dr. Sakthi worked very hard with other devotees to have this new temple today in Vancouver."

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  8. Sankuthi says:

    Jai Jai Shree Maha Ganesh!
    Absolutely delighted to see Lord Ganesha in his new temple in Vancouver! Having seen pujas conducted by Sivagaratnam Siva Sri Krishna Pankusa Kurukkal, in Oslo, Toronto and Jaffna, Sri Lanka (together with Kurukkal Kumar, February 2012)), the ceremonies in Vancouver must have been mesmerizing! Kindly provide some videos of the ceremonies if possible. Thanks to all the Monks and congratulations to all the devotees in Vancouver! Well done!

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