Namadwaar Singapore is a registered Hindu society inspired by HH Sri Sri Muralidhara Swamiji established since Nov8, 2012 to help promote Universal Love for the betterment of human race without any social , cultural or geographical barriers.
Namadwaar literally means, ‘The Portal of the Divine Name’. It shows a path to the Supreme Truth through Nama Sankirtan, specifically the Mahamantra,
"Hare Rama Hare Rama Rama Rama Hare Hare
Hare Krishna Hare Krishna Krishna Krishna Hare Hare"
The concept of Namadwaar is a worldwide initiative of our master to strive towards Universal Peace and Harmony by bringing about inner transformation within each individual through the simple path of chanting the Divine Names. This is a way to provide material as well as spiritual upliftment to all of humanity.
Constant chanting of the Mahamantra in the same location manifests divine presence in that place and spreads positive vibrations of love, harmony and understanding not just within its precincts but everywhere around it. That is the prime reason for the establishment of Namadwaars world over. Prayers done in such precincts are undoubtedly fulfilled.
Sri Swamiji believes that Nama Kirtan (singing the name of the Lord) is the easiest way to perform Bhakti and attain liberation in this Kali Yuga. Srimad Bhagavatham and many other scriptures in Sanatana Dharma advocate this as the simplest means to attain the Lord. Scriptures say, “While mental repetition of the Divine Names leads to the good of the individual, chanting the Divine Names loudly purifies the chanter, the listener and the very place where the chanting is done.” In keeping with the Kali Santarana Upanishad, Sri Swamiji advocates singing of the ‘Hare Rama…’ Mahamantra as the only way to overcome the ills of worldly existence and attain divine bliss.
The term ‘Gopa Kuteeram’ in Sanskrit refers to the play-house of young Lord Krishna and the Gopas, his playmates of Vrindavan. So ‘Gopa Kuteeram’ signifies a place where children have enormous fun along with and in the presence of the Lord.
Our Gopa kuteeram is a children’s life enrichment program that is conducted under the guidance of our master HH Sri Sri Muralidhara Swamiji. Our swamiji says “righteous virtues , seeds of bhakthi and moral values must be sown in the young minds as they tend to grap them very quickly and retain them forever”.
Hence, this Gopa kuteeram is our initiative to impart cultural, traditional and moral values to the children of age between 3- 15 through a structured syllabus , laced with devotion in a fun filled interactive environment.
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Catch a glimpse of some blissful episodes at Singapore Namadwaar
Gopakuteeram Camp 2019
Radhe Radhe!! The Gopakuteeram camp for children above 7 years conducted on the 26.05.19, was a great success. The added blessing for the children, parents and all of us was the presence of Sri Ramuji, who was able to interact with the children as well as parents leading to a grand conclusion of the program. The camp of 29 vibrant children started with a visit to the museum of Indian Heritage Centre. It was made very interesting and instructive by the docent/guide who explained in detail to the children. This was followed by a Quiz competition well done by the children, thoran making and glitter painting. The final part of the program saw a wonderful interaction between Ramuji and the children, on the various types of distractions they face and how to counter them. The highlight of the program was the amazing talk by Ramuji to the parents on his package ' best practices of parenting '. The parents were highly appreciative of the thought-provoking talk. The camp ended on a happy note, all by the Grace of our Gurunathar. JaigurunathSlideshowView 28 Photos
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