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Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Asking Lord Hanuman to Save local Crops and the World’ Environment in Trinidad

By Sunil Ramakeri  (Trinidad)
Tuesday,May 18,2010
(TOP: Red-clad devotees mark Lord Hanuman's Avatar at the Edinburgh Hindu Temple. ABOVE: Pundit Seereeram Maharaj invokes Lord Hanuman’s blessings on devotees)
TRINIDAD/TOBAGO : The Hindu Monkey God, Lord Hanuman, is considered the chief servant of mankind, according to Pundit Ramesh Tiwari. At the annual Lord Hanuman Jayanti gathering at the Edinburgh Hindu Temple, Hindus begged Him to end the long draught that has ailed this small nation.

“We pray for rains to come and nourish Mother Earth so that our reservoirs will be filled to capacity and the drought will end, that our food crops and other agricultural production will be regenerated,” the priest said. “We need water to survive. Man cannot create water. Lord Hanuman is the Wind God which brings rain for all of mankind everywhere

Hundreds of devotees from all parts of the country came and joined in devotion to Lord Hanuman. Pundit Seereeram Maharaj of the Shiva Kailash Hindu Mandir, told his audience, “The whole issue of climate control now faces all mankind and all of us, regardless of our religions, pray for our nation and the world’s climate,” he said.

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