Hinduism Temple, Tokyo ,Japan Ganesh-Laxmi-Saraswati Murti, Extra-Big!
Hinduism Temple, Tokyo ,Japan Ganesh-Laxmi-Saraswati Murti, Extra-Big! Hinduism Temple, Tokyo ,Japan Krisna Murti, Extra-Big!
Hinduism Temple, Tokyo ,Japan SivaLingam Murti, Extra-Big!
Shirdi SaiBaba’s Temple, Tokyo ,Japan, Shirdi SaiBaba Murti 190cm!
2-60-6 Ikebukuro, Toshima-ku, Tokyo 171-0014 Japan
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#Sai Temple In Tokyo
Recently Shirdi Sai Baba Temple was established in Tokyo, Japan by Mr.Kiyotaka and Kaco. Many activi-ties are being performed in the temple.
Everyday they chant 108 names of Shirdi Sai Baba and perform abhishek. Meditation and fire puja is done every Saturday.
They sometimes invite Indian classical dancers and dedicate the dance to Shirdi Sai Baba. These events are held continuously, except for Saturday, January 1st. These are held between noon and 8 pm on Saturdays.
Kiyotaka and Kaco have strong faith in Shirdi Sai Baba.
They have even visited Shirdi.
This is the First Shirdi Sai Baba temple being nuilt in Japan by Mr.Kiyotaka and Kaco.
#Sai Baba Temple Built In Tokyo, Japan
Recently a Shirdi Sai Baba Temple has
been built in Tokyo, Japan. The name
of the temple is ‘Bongaren. ‘The
meaning is ‘Brahman=Atman
There is an Idol of big ‘Shirdi SaiBaba’.
‘Shirdi Saibaba is sitting on the rock.
The statue is a 2.3-meter giant. It is the
greatest size in Japan. There is an Idol
of big ‘Shivalingam’.
‘Shivalingam’ is 100 cm or more.
‘Shivalingam’ is built with the gorgeous
design. The Statue of Shirdi Sai Baba
is made from the Japanese white stone
which is most valuable.
There is also an Idol of big
‘Kalachakra’. The ceiling is very
beautiful, ‘Mandala or yantra’ is drawn. The saint of a three major religion is enshrined equally.
Kiyotaka Aiuchi and Kaco Aiuchi visited Shirdi many times.
They love ‘Shirdi Sai Baba’ and the Temple of Shirdi village. The glimpses of the temple are available at:
Kiyotaka Aiuchi, Kaco Aiuchi,Tokyo, Japan.
Lord Ganapati (Ganesha) 108 Names
Akhuratha – One who has Mouse as His Charioteer
Alampata – Ever Eternal Lord
Amit – Incomparable Lord
Anantachidrupamayam – Infinite and Consciousness Personified Avaneesh – Lord of the whole World
Avighna – Remover of Obstacles
Balaganapati – Beloved and Lovable Child
Bhalchandra – Moon-Crested Lord
Bheema – Huge and Gigantic
Bhupati – Lord of the Gods
Bhuvanpati – God of the Gods
Buddhinath – God of Wisdom
Buddhipriya – Knowledge Bestower
Buddhividhata – God of Knowledge
Chaturbhuj – One who has Four Arms
Devadeva – Lord of All Lords
Devantakanashakarin – Destroyer of Evils and Asuras
Devavrata – One who accepts all Penances
Devendrashika – Protector of All Gods
Dharmik – One who gives Charity
Dhoomravarna – Smoke-Hued Lord
Durja – Invincible Lord
Dvaimatura – One who has two Mothers
Ekaakshara – He of the Single Syllable
Ekadanta – Single-Tusked Lord
Ekadrishta – Single-Tusked Lord
Eshanputra – Lord Shiva’s Son
Gadadhara – One who has The Mace as His Weapon
Gajakarna – One who has Eyes like an Elephant
Gajanana – Elephant-Faced Lord
Gajananeti – Elephant-Faced Lord
Gajavakra – Trunk of The Elephant
Gajavaktra – One who has Mouth like an Elephant
Ganadhakshya – Lord of All Ganas (Gods)
Ganadhyakshina – Leader of All The Celestial Bodies
Ganapati – Lord of All Ganas (Gods)
Gaurisuta – The Son of Gauri (Parvati)
Gunina – One who is The Master of All Virtues
Haridra – One who is Golden Coloured
Heramba – Mother’s Beloved Son
Kapila – Yellowish-Brown Coloured
Kaveesha – Master of Poets
Krti – Lord of Music
Kripalu – Merciful Lord
Krishapingaksha – Yellowish-Brown Eyed
Kshamakaram – The Place of Forgiveness
Kshipra – One who is easy to Appease
Lambakarna – Large-Eared Lord
Lambodara – The Huge Bellied Lord
Mahabala – Enormously Strong Lord
Mahaganapati – Omnipotent and Supreme Lord
Maheshwaram – Lord of The Universe
Mangalamurti – All Auspicious Lord
Manomay – Winner of Hearts
Mrityuanjaya – Conqueror of Death
Mundakarama – Abode of Happiness
Muktidaya – Bestower of Eternal Bliss
Musikvahana – One who has Mouse as His Charioteer
Nadapratithishta – One who Appreciates and Loves Music
Namasthetu – Vanquisher of All Evils and Vices and Sins
Nandana – Lord Shiva’s Son
Nideeshwaram – Giver of Wealth and Treasures
Omkara – One who has the Form of Omkara (OHM)
Pitambara – One who has Yellow-Coloured Body
Pramoda – Lord of All Abodes
Prathameshwara – First Among All
Purush – The Omnipotent Personality
Rakta – One who has Red-Coloured Body
Rudrapriya – Beloved Of Lord Shiva
Sarvadevatman – Acceptor of All Celestial Offerings
Sarvasiddhanta – Bestower of Skills and Wisdom
Sarvatman – Protector of The Universe
Shambhavi – The Son of Goddess Parvathi
Shashivarnam – One who has a Moon like Complexion
Shoorpakarna – Large-Eared Lord
Shuban – All Auspicious Lord
Shubhagunakanan – One who is The Master of All Virtues
Shweta – One who is as Pure as the White Colour
Siddhidhata – Bestower of Success and Accomplishments
Siddhipriya – Bestower of Wishes and Boons
Siddhivinayaka – Bestower of Success
Skandapurvaja – Elder Brother of Skand (Lord Muruga)
Sumukha – Auspicious Face
Sureshwaram – Lord of All Lords
Swaroop – Lover of Beauty
Tarun – Ageless
Uddanda – Nemesis of Evils and Vices
Umaputra – The Son of Goddess Uma (Goddess Parvathi)
Vakratunda – Curved Trunk Lord
Varaganapati – Bestower of Boons
Varaprada – Granter of Wishes and Boons
Varadavinayaka – Bestower of Success
Veeraganapati – Heroic Lord
Vidyavaridhi – God of Wisdom
Vighnahara – Remover of Obstacles
Vignaharta – Demolisher of Obstacles
Vighnaraja – Lord of All Hindrances
Vighnarajendra – Lord of All Obstacles
Vighnavinashanaya – Destroyer of All Obstacles and Impediments Vigneshwara – Lord of All Obstacles
Vikat – Huge and Gigantic
Vinayaka – Lord of everyone
Vishwamukha – Master of The Universe
Vishwaraja – King of The World
Yagnakaya – Acceptor of All Sacred and Sacrificial Offerings Yashaskaram – Bestower of Fame and Fortune
Yashvasin – Beloved and Ever Popular Lord
Yogadhipa – The Lord of Meditation