GHHF appeal to the followers of SAVETEMPLES.ORG:
Dear Hindu Samudai, sorry for the interruption, but GLOBAL HINDU HERITAGE FOUNDATION really needs you. This is the 1st ever appeal we've shown you. All we ask is $51 [ ₹ ] and it's easy to donate on your phone. We are not greedy, so consider donating just $51 so that you can come again next year; also we understand we are not the only Hindu organization, so we encourage you to save your donation pocket. Please share our articles, to spread awareness and also to help us decide either to reduce the collective donation burden next year or add more Hindu revival causes. We ask you, humbly: Please don't scroll away.
Curious on why we began this appeal?

First off, GLOBAL HINDU HERITAGE FOUNDATION is very pleased by your support in keeping our Hindutvam reviving activities as a continuous effort. We have been brainstorming and working at various levels & activities in withholding our religious freedom with dignity and pride in Bharat.

GHHF runs purely on donations. But it has been unfortunate in recent months for being exhausted in standing against the overwhelming Hindu-extinguishing forces, on various fronts like judicial, cultural, educational, evangelical, jihadical, etc, with present financial aid that we are receiving. We have almost reached a brink of giving up our struggle.

As we all are aware that voluntary service compromises on quality of service, we can achieve quality only with more volunteers. But since we have too few voluntary people on the ground, we have injected salaried employees, welcome gifts to Gharwapasis, daily gifts to Bala Samskar kids, helping poor temple priests, goushalas & temple rennovations, legal maintenance, etc. And this in turn is now becoming a bottle neck to achieve financial fulfillment every month/year. All we ask is $51 per year. More members, less collective burden, more service.

How long do we run this drive?
OK. Now that we began apologizing for interrupting you, please feel free to get interrupted during Kartheeka maas (around November). Well, religions of Tithe and Zakat/Jiziya do suck up to 10% of the income by appealing every month. Let us all Hindus get used to be reminded once an year as a small effort to forward a step towards the revival of Hindutvam.
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Invitation to attend Radha Saptami Poorvaka Aruna Yaga Mahotsavam

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 Sri Suryanarayana Seva Samathi
Om Sri Suryanarayana Swami Devasthanam (Regn No. 389/2011)
Budagavi, Uravakonda (Mandal)
Anantapur (Dist), Andhra Pradesh – 515812

GHHF & initiative

Radha Saptami Poorvaka Aruna Yaga Mahotsavam



All the devotees are cordially invited to participate in the Radha Saptami Poorvaka Aruna Yaga Mahotsavam, performed on the auspicious occasion of Radha Saptami during Magha Suddha Shashti and Magha Suddha Saptami at Sri Suryanarayana Swami Devasthanam.

Date & Time:

25 Jan 2015 (Sunday) & 26 Jan 2015 (Monday)
08:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

For further details contact:

+1 (770) 623-8878
+91 (955) 060 6625 (India)

About the Sun Temple

The main deity is Sun god in the temple. It is one of the ancient and among the two Sun god temples in the state of Andhra Pradesh, India. It is the only temple in the world, where Sun god is facing South direction. In all other Sun temples, the Sun god faces East.

The temple dates back to the 13th century and an Eastern Chalukya king is said to have constructed it. The prime deity of worship is 5 ft tall made of black granite holding lotus buds - flanked by Usha and Chhaya. Padmapani is the name of this Sun God - padma stands for wisdom Usha and Chhaya stand for eternity. This famous Sun god temple situated in Budagavi village [a.k.a. ‘Buddagavi’, ‘since Buddhist monks lived there] at a distance of about 3 KM Northwest of Uravakonda town in Anantapur District, which is the head quarters of the Rayalaseema in Andhra Pradesh.

There is a Shiva temple which is facing east. It has a plain structure with a dome over it. There are several beautifully sculpted deities of Anjeneya, Shiva, Durga and Ganesha in the temple.




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