‘On Bhadrapad Chaturthi (the fourth day of the bright fortnight of the Hindu lunar month Bhadrapad), Ganapati idols are made of soft clay. As per the rituals prescribed by the scriptures, the idol is supposed to be placed on the left hand, consecrated and worshiped in the name of ‘Siddhivinayak’, and then immediately immersed in the water.
Sanatan Sanstha’s founder Sachchidanand Parabrahman (Dr) Jayant Balaji Athavale’s 81st birth anniversary was celebrated as ‘Brahmotsav’ as directed by Saptarshis through the Nadi Patikas. In the presence of 10,000+ seekers from the states of Goa, Maharashtra and Karnataka, the celebration took place in a highly devotional atmosphere.
‘Paratpar Guru (Dr) Athavale’s mission is no lesser an Incarnate mission. It is said that various subordinate Deities in a Chief Deity’s group take birth on the earth to participate in the Chief Deity’s Incarnate mission. This is precisely what seekers are experiencing during Paratpar Guru (Dr) Athavale’s Incarnate mission of establishing the ‘Hindu Rashtra’.