- Jai Srimannarayana, Wish you all a happy Ugadi and Sri Rama Navami. Team JETUK & TeNF (Telangana NRI Forum) invite you for the kalyanam at West London Click here for RSVP and participate in Kalyanam Click here to do any kind of donations towards Annadanam / Garlands etc UGADI IS A FESTIVAL OF JOY TO EXPERIENCE…
- Jai Srimannarayana, Wish you all a happy Ugadi and Sri Rama Navami. Team JETUK invite you for the kalyanam at Cardiff Here are the details of the event: Date: 22nd April, Sat Time: 10:30am onwards Venue: The India Center Sanquhar Street Splott, Cardiff CF24 2AA Contact: +44 (0) 2920 451707 / 0774 884 7801 UGADI IS A FESTIVAL…
- Jai Srimannarayana, Wish you all a happy Ugadi and Sri Rama Navami. Team JETUK invite you for the kalyanam at Colchester Click here for RSVP and participate in Kalyanam Click here to do any kind of donations towards Annadanam / Garlands etc UGADI IS A FESTIVAL OF JOY TO EXPERIENCE The first day of Lunar…
- Jai Srimannarayana, Wish you all a happy Ugadi and Sri Rama Navami. Team JETUK and Team Shri Seeta Rama Kalyanam London invite you for the kalyanam. Please click here to register for kalyanam UGADI IS A FESTIVAL OF JOY TO EXPERIENCE The first day of Lunar Calendar is called Uga:di or Yuga:di. Ve:dic scriptures reveal…
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- For over three decades, we have been providing charitable and philanthropic services LOCALLY, NATIONALLY, and INTERNATIONALLY.
- JET has established various Vedic Research schools to play a proactive and responsible role, to make this a better world.
- JET also educated and groomed several Vedic Scholars of extremely high caliber. JET continues to propagate the sacred ideology of service among individuals as well as to educate future generations.
- Our mission is to continue to provide charitable and philanthropic services LOCALLY, NATIONALLY, and INTERNATIONALLY.
Ramanuja Sahasrabdi – Statue Of Equality
Celebrating 1000 Years of Sri Bhagavad Ramanujacharya 1017 – 2017
- Lived for 120 years and inspired all to practise Equality in the society. Treated the downtrodden at par with the elite.
- Made Temples as centres of society where all artisans took active part.
- Initiated several activities with temples as the centres as society offering services to all. Instructed that only efficient and knowledgeable leaders be appointed to oversee all the activities.
- Revived all temples like Melkote in Karnataka state, Tirumala Tirupathi in Andhra Pradesh state in India.
- Rooted out untouchability and other vices that existed in the society. He gave everyone the same privilege of worshiping god.
- He called those branded as so called untouchables as “ThiruKulathaar”. It means “Born Divine” and took them inside temples.
- Gave the most divine mantra to all which was a closely guarded secret only available to selected few. Imbibed into society that women need to be shown utmost respect and empowered them to serve the society as leaders.
- World’s largest sitting statue at 216 feet of Bhagavad Ramanuja coming up in 2017.
- Statue symbolizes equality that Ramanuja propounded
- Includes 108 Divya Desams(Temples)
Alzhwars and their greatness
- The Alwars (also spelled Alzhwars) “those immersed in god” are a group of 12 ancient Vaishnava saints who lived in Tamil Nadu, India, and are famous for their poetry in praise of Vishnu.
- The collection of their 4000 poems, known as the “Nalayira Divya Prabhandam”, is considered by many to be the “Dravida Veda”. The Alwars are crucially important figures in the history of Vaishnavism. It’s principles are embodied in the their poems.
- The devotional outpourings of Alwars helped revive the bhakti movement, through their hymns of worship to Vishnu and his avatars. They praised the Divya Desams, 108 “abodes” (temples) of these Vaishnava deities.
- The poetry of the Alwars echoes bhakti to God through love, and in the ecstasy of such devotions they sang hundreds of songs. The Bhakti literature that sprang from Alwars has contributed to the establishment and sustenance of a culture that broke away from the ritual-oriented Vedic religion and rooted itself in devotion as the only path for salvation.