Mar 18

Sri Rama Navami Celebration Invitation – 3/29/2015

MHT is celebrating 2015 Divine Kalyanam of Sri Sita Rama Swamy on Sunday, 29th March 2015. Our Priest Bhairav Ji from Boston is coming over to perform the Kalyan Mahostav.

Entire community is cordially invited for the Kalyanam (click here for PDF invitation)

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The program details are as below:

1) 9:30 AM to 10:30 AM: Welcome, registrations

2) 10:30 AM  to 1:30 PM

  SRI RAMA THARAKA MANTRA HOMAM
SRI RAMA ABHISHEKAM
ALANKARAM WITH BHAJANS AND CLASSICAL SINGING
KALAYANA UTSAVA SANKALPAM
KALYANA UTSAVAM
ARCHANA
ARATHI
PRASADAM DISTRIBUTION

3) 1:30 PM to 3:00 PM: Lunch – Prepared by volunteers and served in a traditional Indian style .

We also need volunteers for the following Seva. Kindly email info@mainehindutemple.org if you would like to volunteer.

1) Cooking and
2) Decorations
2) Registration,crowd control and Runners
3) Food Serving
4) Photography and Video
5) Parking
6) Cleanup & trash collection
7) Kids program

Here is the invitation and Maine Hindu Temple is looking for sponsors from the community members.

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Please RSVP as soon as possible to confirm your attendance. MHT needs accurate count to manage Divine Kalyanam efficiently and prepare food for all the community members.

Thank you for your continued support. We are looking forward to seeing you at Sri Sita Rama Kalyanam.

If you would like additional information about MHT or any of the events, you can visit our website http://www.mainehindutemple.org or email info@mainehindutemple.org or call (207) 370-0475.

Sincerely,

MHT Board

 

Feb 28

Holi Dhamaka and Mela (Holi Dhamaka and Mela)

The Maine Hindu Temple invites the community to celebrate Holi; THE FESTIVAL OF COLORS on Sunday, March 15th 2015 from 12 pm to 3 pm.

Holi is one of the largest festivals in India and is widely celebrated by throwing colored powder and colored water at each other. It is also fondly called as “Rang Panchami”. Holi in India is celebrated at the end of the winter season on the last full moon day of the lunar month.

Holi is significant for commemorating many myths and legends and symbolizes cleansing, fresh start and celebrating the coming of spring. It brings in the spirit of togetherness and good cheer. At MHT we will play Holi only with colored powder gently. Also on this day we will have a “Mela”, a small Indian handicraft & food fair.

The program outline is:

– Puja & Aarti : 12 noon to 12.30pm
– Playing and celebrating holi,  no throwing, but gently playing with colors
– Selling Chaat and Snack items
– Selling some handicrafts/kurtis/bags etc

Please see the attached flier for more details. All proceeds will support and benefit MHT, so lets us all celebrate Holi with colors, fun and food….HOLI HAI!!

Holi Dhamaka Bhar 4