TEMPLE IS CLOSED TEMPORARILY. SO NO PICKUP IS AVAILABLE.
EVERY SUNDAY FROM 10 AM TO 1 PM (until end Feb 2020)
Mrs Dameshrani Misir (Dear Mother of Shri Krishna Misir) passed away on Wed Nov 20th. Funeral details are as below.
Message from the management of Voice of the Vedas:
Please accept our sincere condolence for the loss of your dear mother Dameshrani Ji. She will always stay in our memories and Prayer.
No one can replace your mom, but God can comfort your heart. He knows what you need during this time much better than anyone else.
Our sincere sympathies are with you and your family. We are always standing beside you for help and sharing your grief.
There’s a special place in all of our hearts for our mothers, just like there’s a special place in every mother’s heart for her children. You must continue to carry her memory in that special place in your heart.
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.
Here is the picture memory from my file, where Mrs Dameshrani Misir is helping her son Krishna to cut the cake on Krishna’s 65th birthday and Uma ji watching over.
THE VOICE OF THE VEDAS ACKNOWLEDGE THE INVALUABLE FINANCIAL CONTRIBUTION TO OUR ORGANIZATION.
Thanks to Ontario Trillium Foundation
Shri Thakur Persaud – Funeral details
We are deeply sorry to hear about Shri Thakur Persaud passing away. He was the father of Parbatie Gossai who with her family are very active and fully dedicated volunteers at Vishnu temple.
We pray that his soul rests in peace. Our sincere condolences to the family. May Mata Rani bless his family and give you strength to bear this big loss. Lots of ashivad to Dear Divya and Kushal.
on behalf of Voice of the Vedas
Saturday, July 13th, 2019 6:00pm – 9:00pmLocationLotus Funeral and Cremation Centre Inc.Address121 Cityview DriveEtobicoke, ON M9W5A8
SERVICE & CREMATION:Sunday, July 14th, 2019 8:30amLocationLotus Funeral and Cremation Centre Inc.Address121 Cityview DriveEtobicoke, ON M9W 5A8Cremation Witnessing @ 10.30 am
INVITATION TO ATTEND:
SHANTI PAATH at VISHNU MANDIR
SUNDAY JULY 14 from 6 pm to 8 pm
(followed by dinner)
I am a 37-year-old mother of two boys. Nine years ago, I was diagnosed with lupus. Less than two years after this dreadful diagnosis, both of my kidneys collapsed.
Prior to the diagnosis and the subsequent kidney failure, I was employed in a supervisory position at one of the Natural Resources Agencies where I earned a decent salary where I was able to take care of my two boys and me. However, this all changed when I lost my job as a result of the illness even though I was never declared medically unfit by any doctor. As you might imagine, I was devastated, since I had a seven-year-old and a three-year-old who depended on me for everything.
Mr. President, this letter is not about the fact, that I lost a decent paying job and now earn a very meagre salary (gross salary of GY$70,704.00 as a Modern Language teacher in a public Secondary School); this letter is an appeal to you to be afforded an equal and/or similar opportunity to survive a little longer so that I can see my boys become productive citizens of this dear land of ours. You and I both know that ultimately, it is not medical science that dictates the longevity of our lives on this earth but the Almighty God who sustains us. I believe that we can both agree that medical science and doctors certainly help.
After growing up around Hinduism my entire life (but not in my immediate family) I became a practicing Hindu last year.
I live in Essex – a small town in SW Ontario without regular access to a mandir or Hinduism instruction in English. In my search for resources on Hinduism, I came across your Youtube live broadcasts several months ago and have not missed one, since. I found today’s discussion of Chapter 2 Vs 65 of the Bhagavad-Gita especially beautiful. I highly value your broadcasts, your sharing of information and insight into sacred texts – and their relevance to our lives – is a blessing. I am so grateful for the opportunity to ‘attend’ and I wanted to reach out to say thank you.
I hope to visit in person one day; until then, I’ll be watching.
Thank you again.