Agnihotra - Healing Fire

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Agnihotra Procedure in brief:
Arrange cowdung chips in the pyramid kindle fire. Offer pinch of rice smeared with ghee at Swaaha chanting the mantra. Repeat at sunrise and sunset...more

Evening Agnihotra Mantra
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Agnaye Swaaha
Agnaye Idam na mama
Prajapataye Swaaha
Prajapataye Idam na mama!

Morning Agnihotra Mantra
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Sooryaya Swaaha
Sooryaya Idam na mama
Prajapataye Swaaha
Prajapataye Idam na mama!

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Shrimati Kamalabai Parkhe

Smt. Kamalabai Parkhe Rajimwale

Born to the divine parents Sonamta and Shri Swami Shivanand Kamalabai is Param Sadguru Shree Gajanan Maharaj's sister. Sonamata was at Sakori with her father. During those days the construction work of Sakori ashram was in progress and Sonamata along with other disciples was engaged in service. One day her infant daughter 'Kamala' was kept in the shadow of a tree, suddenly Shri Upasani Baba picked the girl and literally hurled her in the air. The girl landed with a thud on a small heap of lime filth. Sonamata was watching all this happen. Her reaction was neither that of panic nor sorrow, she remained calm and became meditative. She had complete faith in her Sadguru and was sure no harm would come to the child.
Contemplating on the reason behind this incident she concluded that her Sadguru was suggesting her to sever this last string of attachment. She complied forthwith. Shree and Kamala, her children were eventually sent to Akkalkot to stay with their grandparents.

Shrimati Kamalabai with husband Baburaoji Parkhe

In the year 1935, Kamalabai (Kashi Rajimwale) was married to Baburaoji Parkhe. They were happily married for 60 years. Shri Baburaoji Parkhe was a great industrialist and a disciple of Param Sadguru Shree Gajanan Maharaj.