Fri, May 22, 2020

Kumar’s Mom Aunty CHAN (Mrs Ganesha Anantram) passed away on May 20th – Cremation Details

Kumar’s Mom Aunty CHAN (Mrs Ganesha Anantram) passed away on May 20th. Cremation details.

Vishnu Mandir conveys their condolences to Kumar & his family upon passing away of dear mother. We will pray for her soul and pray to Devi Maa to give family the strength to bear this great loss. Kumar is the stalwart volunteer in this organization and continues to serve selflessly even under hard circumstances. A great person who has served the community with his dear wife Rita and daughters

VOV Management

Funeral service and cremation information:

You can join the family on Zoom by clicking at the following link.

Today Tue May 26th, 2020

From 3 pm to 5 pm

Meeting ID: 839 3251 6929

Password: 192469

The Anantram Family.

Romila & Alvina with their GrandMa.



Mon, May 11, 2020

Aunty Baby (Mrs Bephia Seenarine) mother of Pamela Kumal passed away

Aunty Baby (Mrs Bephia Seenarine) dear mother of Pamela Kumal passed away on Saturday May 9th.


Dear Pamela and family,

We are truly sorry to hear of the loss of your mother. Please accept our condolences and may our prayers help comfort you. May God give her eternal rest and the family the strength to bear the great loss.

Management of Vishnu Mandir

Wed, May 6, 2020

Shri Prakash Sharma (Brother of Shri Krishna & Mahendra Sharma and brother in law of Mrs Gayatri Sharma) passed away in New York, USA

To Dear Krishna & Mahendra, Gayatri and rest of the family,

Please accept our condolences. We were truly sorry to hear of the loss of Dear Prakash. May our prayers help comfort you and hasten the journey of his soul to Heaven.

We pray that God will give you strength and courage in your time of bereavement. Take comfort in friendship, prayer, and peace in love.

from: Management of Vishnu Mandir & Voice of the Vedas

6th May 2020

Mon, May 4, 2020

Mrs Leelawatti Rooplal (wife of Krishna Rooplal) passed away on May 2nd. Online funeral details

Mrs Leelawatti Rooplal

passed away on May 2nd, 2020.

Condolence message from Vishnu Mandir

Losing someone is never easy. We are really sorry for your loss. At times like these you have to lean on your faith and try to accept that God has a bigger purpose for us. May all the love that surrounds you give you strength. She was a great volunteer, when she served at Vishnu mandir with her family. We will always remember her. Our sincere condolences to Dear Krishna and children.

Leelawatti (Leela) Rooplal passed away peacefully, after a brief illness, on May 2, 2020. She was surrounded by her husband and daughters and was chanting God’s name. Leela will be lovingly remembered by her devoted husband of 49 years, Krishna, her daughters Asha (Alan), Savi and Visha (Wesley). She was a loving Nani to two beautiful grandchildren, Keeran and Janani.
Born to Toolsie and Rajah Soondarsingh on December 24, 1947, Leela will be fondly remembered by her siblings Indra (Clarence), Vijay (Jeanne), Bhisham (Ingrid), Ranjit (Carol) and Mala (Joe) and many, nieces, nephews, grand nieces and grand nephews. Leela was predeceased by her sisters Vidya and Barbara (Roodal).
Leela was a devout Hindu and an active member of many temples. She always believed in community service and was a volunteer at the Credit Valley Hospital for over 10 years. Join Zoom Meeting

Funeral serivce

3:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Monday, May 4, 2020
Lotus Funeral & Cremation Centre Inc
121 Cityview Drive
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
(647) 547-8188
Followed by cremation


Unfortunately, due to the current restrictions you will not be able to join us in person.

For those who wish to join us virtually, details to join us via Zoom are below:

Topic: Leelawatti Funeral

Time: May 4, 2020 02:45 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

Join Zoom Meeting

Meeting ID: 837 6064 1965

First-time user, please download Zoom app from Apple App Store or google play store.



Sat, Apr 18, 2020

Mr Deo Persaud (husband of Mrs Leila Persaud) passed away today

Message from the management of Voice of the Vedas:

Dear Leila,

Please accept our sincere condolence for the loss of your dear husband Shri Deo Persaud.  He will always stay in our memories and Prayer. He has volunteered his services during his prime days.

Our sincere sympathies are with you and your children dear Mahendra & dear Rekha. We are always standing beside you for help and sharing your grief.

We all pray for your serenity and comfort at this tough time of life. Just stay strong and may Mata Rani blessings be with you and your family.

Sat, Apr 18, 2020

Update on VOV 2020 Summer Camp

Update on VOV 2020 Summer Camp:

Namaste Parents:

With the Covid-19 pandemic, we are facing a universal problem of anxieties, troubles and the fear of the unknown!

It goes without saying that the planned VOV Summer Camp scheduled for July 20th – July 31st is a concern for every parent.   Will it happen?

We do have your interest at hand.

We will provide plenty of notice once we can responsibly notify you of any upcoming changes or cancellations.

Our goal is to keep you informed about our plans and hopefully by the end of May we will have an answer for everyone.

In the meantime, stay safe, the best to everyone and thanks for your patience.

Sattie Cheddie

VOV Summer Camp Committee

[email protected]

Sat, Apr 11, 2020


Very very important and useful.

Please share with all your contacts

Johns Hopkins University, sent this excellent summary to
avoid contagion

share it with you because it is very clear:

* The virus is not a living organism, but a protein molecule
(DNA) covered by a protective layer of lipid (fat), which,
when absorbed by the cells of the ocular, nasal or buccal
mucosa, changes their genetic code. (mutation) and
convert them into aggressor and multiplier cells.

* Since the virus is not a living organism but a protein
molecule, it is not killed, but decays on its own. The
disintegration time depends on the temperature, humidity
and type of material where it lies.

* The virus is very fragile; the only thing that protects it is
a thin outer layer of fat. That is why any soap or detergent
is the best remedy, because the foam CUTS the FAT (that

is why you have to rub so much: for 20 seconds or more,
to make a lot of foam). By dissolving the fat layer, the
protein molecule disperses and breaks down on its own.

* HEAT melts fat; this is why it is so good to use water
above 25 degrees Celsius for washing hands, clothes and
everything. In addition, hot water makes more foam and
that makes it even more useful.

* Alcohol or any mixture with alcohol over 65%
DISSOLVES ANY FAT, especially the external lipid layer
of the virus.

* Any mix with 1 part bleach and 5 parts water directly
dissolves the protein, breaks it down from the inside.

* Oxygenated water helps long after soap, alcohol and
chlorine, because peroxide dissolves the virus protein, but
you have to use it pure and it hurts your skin.

* NO BACTERICIDE SERVES. The virus is not a living
organism like bacteria; they cannot kill what is not alive
with anthobiotics, but quickly disintegrate its structure with
everything said.

* NEVER shake used or unused clothing, sheets or
cloth. While it is glued to a porous surface, it is very inert
and disintegrates only between 3 hours (fabric and
porous), 4 hours (copper, because it is naturally antiseptic;
and wood, be
cause it removes all the moisture and does not let it peel
off and disintegrates). ), 24 hours (cardboard), 42 hours
(metal) and 72 hours (plastic). But if you shake it or use a
feather duster, the virus molecules float in the air for up to
3 hours, and can lodge in your nose.

* The virus molecules remain very stable in external cold,
or artificial as air conditioners in houses and cars. They
also need moisture to stay stable, and especially
darkness. Therefore, dehumidified, dry, warm and bright
environments will degrade it faster.

* UV LIGHT on any object that may contain it breaks
down the virus protein. For example, to disinfect and
reuse a mask is perfect. Be careful, it also breaks down
collagen (which is protein) in the skin, eventually causing
wrinkles and skin cancer.

* The virus CANNOT go through healthy skin.

* Vinegar is NOT useful because it does not break down
the protective layer of fat.

* NO SPIRITS, NOR VODKA, serve. The strongest
vodka is 40% alcohol, and you need 65%.

* LISTERINE IF IT SERVES! It is 65% alcohol.

* The more confined the space, the more concentration of
the virus there can be. The more open or naturally
ventilated, the less.

* This is super said, but you have to wash your hands
before and after touching mucosa, food, locks, knobs,
switches, remote control, cell phone, watches, computers,
desks, TV, etc. And when using the bathroom.

* You have to HUMIDIFY HANDS DRY from so much
washing them, because the molecules can hide in the
micro cracks. The thicker the moisturizer, the better. *
Also keep your NAILS SHORT so that the virus does not
hide there.

This is to inform us all that the pH for corona virus
varies from 5.5 to 8.5.

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All we need to do, to beat corona virus, we need to take
more of an alkaline foods that are above the above pH
level of the Virus.

Some of which are:

Lemon – 9.9pH

Lime – 8.2pH

Avocado – 15.6pH

Garlic – 13.2pH

Mango – 8.7pH

Tangerine – 8.5pH

Pineapple – 12.7pH

Dandelion – 22.7pH

Orange – 9.2pH

How do you know you have coronavirus?

1. Itching in the throat,
2. Dry throat,
3. Dry cough.

So where you notice these three things quickly take warm
water and drink.

Do not keep this information to yourself only. Pass it to all
your family and friends. God bless you

Fri, Mar 13, 2020



Dr. B. Doobay


Fri, Feb 28, 2020




Dear Friends,


Doobay Medical and Research Centre (DMRC), in collaboration with Mc Master University, Faculty of Health invites you to our 4th Annual Dialysis Fundraising Gala. The Gala will be held as follows:
Date:                  Friday, May 01, 2020
Time:                  7:00pm 
Venue:               Toscana Banquet HallHilton Garden Inn
                           3201 Highway 7 W, Concord, ON L4K 5Z7 
                           (Venue remains the same as last year)  
Since November 2011, DMRC and Mc Master University, Faculty of Health have been equitably serving people in desperate need of dialysis. The majority of those served cannot afford dialysis treatment and many are treated at no charge.
DMRC can provide this life-saving treatment, because of the generosity of individuals and corporations that believe in our mission; to deliver superior health care to those in greatest need.
Please join us to celebrate an evening filled with live entertainment, a fusion dinner and dance. See attached letter and flyer for fundraising initiatives.
Please contact me for sponsorship details and tickets.  Please RSVP: email – [email protected] / Tele – 416-732-0604.
Dialysis Fundraiser Coordinator

On behalf of Dr. Doobay, M.D; F.R.C.S, Order of Ontario,
President – The Global Care Outreach Program 
8640 Yonge St, Richmond Hill, ON L4C 6Z4
Fri, Feb 7, 2020

UPDATE on Summer Camp “Laxmi” 2020

Update on VOV 2020 Summer Camp:

Namaste Parents:

With the Covid-19 pandemic, we are facing a universal problem of anxieties, troubles and the fear of the unknown!

It goes without saying that the planned VOV Summer Camp scheduled for July 20th – July 31st is a concern for every parent.   Will it happen?

We do have your interest at hand.

We will provide plenty of notice once we can responsibly notify you of any upcoming changes or cancellations.

Our goal is to keep you informed about our plans and hopefully by the end of May we will have an answer for everyone.

In the meantime, stay safe, the best to everyone and thanks for your patience.

Sattie Cheddie

VOV Summer Camp Committee

[email protected]


The Voice of Vedas (VOV) is proud to offer another, exciting and enriching Summer Camp. This year’s camp theme is “Laxmi”. The children will be learning the significance of Laxmi in our culture and how to emulate and relate the attributes and values into their everyday lives.

The objective of this year’s camp is to “provide an enriching, learning and fun environment for children to discuss the significance of Laxmi through such activities as arts, crafts, games, sports, songs, poems, storytelling, dance, and yoga”.   At the end of the camp, the children will have an in-depth knowledge and insight of our rich culture and the symbolism of Laxmi.

Click below to download various Camp Laxmi forms:

2020 Camp_Children_Campers_Registration_Package

2020 Camp Counsellor Form

2020 Camp Parents_Volunteers_Sponsors_Registration Form


Lakshmi is the consort of the god Vishnu. She is one of the most popular goddesses of Hindu mythology and is known as the goddess of wealth and purity.

What does Lakshmi look like?

The goddess Lakshmi in a red sari, standing on a lotus flower on a lake, being anointed with water by a white elephant Lakshmi ©

Lakshmi is commonly portrayed as a beautiful woman with four arms, standing on a lotus flower. There is usually one, or sometimes two elephants behind her, anointing her with water. She is often depicted sitting beneath Vishnu, massaging his feet.

The rebirth of Lakshmi

One of the most compelling stories in Hindu mythology is that of the Churning of the Milky Ocean. It is the story of the gods versus the demons and their fight to gain immortality. It also tells of the rebirth of Lakshmi.

Indra, the warrior god, was given the responsibility of protecting the world against the demons. He had protected it successfully for many years, and the goddess Lakshmi’s presence had made him sure of success.

One day, a wise sage offered Indra a garland of sacred flowers. In his arrogance, Indra threw the flowers to the floor. According to Hindu belief, this display of arrogance upset Lakshmi, who left the world of the gods and entered into the Milky Ocean.

Without her, the gods were no longer blessed with success or fortune.

The world became darker, people became greedy, and no offerings were made to the gods. The gods began to lose their power and the asuras (demons) took control.

Indra asked Vishnu what should be done. He told Indra that the gods would need to churn the Milky Ocean to regain Lakshmi and her blessings. He then told them the Ocean held other treasures which would also help them. This included the elixir of life, a potion bestowing immortality, which would enable them to defeat the demons.

The story of the Churning of the Ocean tells of how the gods worked together to churn the ocean. They churned for many years, but it was 1,000 years before anything rose to the surface.

Finally, the treasures began to rise to the surface. Among them, a beautiful woman standing on a lotus flower. This was Lakshmi, who had returned to the world. With her presence, the gods eventually defeated the demons and chased them out of the world.

Pink lotus flower The sacred lotus flower representing Lakshmi ©

This story highlights the good fortune and success that Lakshmi bestows upon those who work hard and seek help sincerely. It also demonstrates that during times of success, one must never become complacent or arrogant, as success has a way of getting away from people.

Worshipping Lakshmi

Hindus believe that anybody who worships Lakshmi sincerely, and not in greed, will be blessed with fortune and success. It is said that Lakshmi resides in places of hard work, virtue and bravery, but leaves whenever these qualities are not apparent any more.

Lakshmi is particularly worshiped during the festival of Diwali. This festival commemorates the epic story, Ramayana. Ramayana is the legend of Lord Rama’s battle with the demon Ravana, in which Lakshmi features.

In the story of Ramayana, Sita is married to Lord Rama. Hindus believe Sita is an incarnation of Lakshmi. The story tells us that Rama had been cast out of his rightful kingdom, and had gone to live in a forest with his wife and brother.

The battle between Rama and the demon Ravana begins when Ravana abducts Sita from the forest. The epic follows the story of Rama defeating the demon, and his eventual return to his kingdom.

As the three heroes, Rama, his brother Lakshman and Sita, returned home, people lit candles to guide their way in the dark. In honour of this, on the second day of Diwali people light candles in their homes to guide Lakshmi, in the hope that she will bestow good fortune on their home for the coming year.

After worshiping Lakshmi on Diwali, many Hindus gamble and spend profusely, believing that Lakshmi has bestowed good fortune upon them.

In addition to this, two days before Diwali, a festival called Dhantares is celebrated to seek more blessings from her. During this time Hindus buy gold and silver and start new business ventures.

Hindus worship Lakshmi at home as well as in the temple. Friday is believed to be the most auspicious day for her worship.

summing up the modern meaning of Diwali:

Regardless of the mythological explanation one prefers, what the festival of lights really stands for today is a reaffirmation of hope, a renewed commitment to friendship and goodwill, and a religiously sanctioned celebration of the simple – and some not so simple – joys of life.

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