His Holiness Sri Ganapathy Sachchidananda Swamiji has Blessed this very powerful "Hanuman Mantra" for peace, success and protection. Sri Swamiji has established many Hanuman temples across the world. Sri Swamiji plans to build a 70 feet tall Hanuman in Avadhoota Datta Peetham, Sri Ganapathy Sachchidananda Ashrama in Mysore, India.
To initiate Hanuman devotees world wide to spiritually participate in this temple building, Sri Swamiji released this video on Hanuman Jayanti day during Dattatreya Jayanti Festival in Mysore Ashrama on 8th November 2011. Forty five devotees sang the Mantra along with Sri Swamiji. Each view of this video will give more than thousand count of the Hanuman Mantra. Devotees are urged to watch this short video at least 6 times a day for 365 days and get Hanuman's protection and Blessing.
The 85 feet tall Hanuman shown in this video is from Sri Swamiji's Ashrama in Trinidad, West Indies. Hanuman is venerated and worshipped world over for removal of negative vibrations, bad omen, dark energies and spells. Viewing this video and listening to the sacred Mantras will armor you from negative feelings and rejuvenation comes.
His Holiness Sri Ganapathy Sachchidananda Swamiji gave an improvisational piano concert on 13th February 2010 in the wonderful Nada Mantapa auditorium in Avadhoota Datta Peetham, Mysore.
Sri Swamiji's unique play of his signature movements on the D model grand concert piano from the legendary piano makers, Steinway and Sons brought a new dimension to Piano music.
Music vibrations enveloped Nada Mantapa that evening and drenched the audience. The mellow and sweet notes emanating from the brand new piano was a musical treat.
We present a selection of the live video recording of the concert that evening.
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