Ms.Vijisenthilkumar[first co-coordinator] comments about Coimbatore UNI5 center.

Ms.Viji’s observation about the center.

‘’Over all I am satisfied about the dedication of the new staff team. They come to the level of the child and convey the message. They do not have shyness. They give first preference to children. They are much interested in rituals. They also do the uni5 presentations very well. I feel UNI5 concepts are perfect for this age. Circle time activities are more important. I also repeat that for my son. MANY REALTIVES COMMENTED THAT I AM STREWSSING MY SON. But I am explaining the truth behind the development. I feel 2 special children have to be handled with care and they cannot hurt others. We all work together. We do not have any ego in handling any things.’’

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Parents' feedback in Pungeri village UNI5 center - October, 2015

Namma Veedu Infancy UNI5 Center

Coimbatore

December review – Dr.M.Madeswaran. Date: 17.12.2015

Dr.Pradheep’s visit on December 3rd, 2015

He observed 3 major concepts. Human body and temple, sun and sakthi peetam were presented. Few guests from Kerala also came. He was satisfied with the presentations and gave few suggestions. He asked to replace the 7 horses depicting vibgyor according to wave length. In temple concept he has asked to place the dwara palakas as eyes and chandikeshwara as ear. He also suggested for upadevathas as extras parts of human body. He connected each endocrine gland with temple parts. Respective pictures or tiny models have to be given to the center for further development of the material. He said that he was much satisfied with all activities. Weather chart and thithi chart were also observed by him.

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Dr.Pradheep's Sendurai UNI5 Center visit - 10.12.2015

Namma Veedu Infancy UNI5 Center – Sendurai

Observation – DR.Pradheep Kumar’s visit, 2015

December – 10th

Dr.Pradheep observed the circle time and Sakthi Peetam language – geography activity in the center. He also observed the behavior science of the children.

He then spoke about his talks about UNI5 education in various places.

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Diary writing in UNI5 centers - December, 2015

Updating dairy writing in Sendurai since December 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 11th, 2015
Energy – seed – plant, current – light and fan, coconut fibers – nest, coconut leaves – basket and kerosene – fire in traditional stove.
Real object – a native green herb, ridge gourd, lemon, Mary gold, stapler and papers, trolley, dhal.
Role play – do not be greedy, try to control your anger, do not be jealous and try to be selfless.
UNI5 – sun and its family, Sakthi peetam, Advaitham, Rainbow formation
Group activities: Decanomial square, Taste boxes, Shapes and colors, carrot cutting, musical instruments.
Observations:
Christmas crib got setup and legend of Christ has been narrated since December 2nd.
Photos and video concepts have been shown in various topics.
Tuesday, Thursday and Friday poojas has been done with traditional rituals.
A 3 year old child questions us why we need to first write upon a sand tray.
A 3.5 year old child said that while doing kara niyaasam she is able to feel the fire within her and her palms are becoming hot.
When we presented the sun, a child arranged the rainbow colors perfectly in order and also named them.
Children enjoyed the peacock song with the new Andra pradesh wooden peacock toy.
A child asked her grandmother to hold the hands near the mouth before sneezing and not to say the town’s name.
Children have the natural eagerness to do rituals.
When we sang the parrot song a 2.5 year old girl compared her frock’s color with parrot’s green.
Few children took the building set lagos and played as if constructing a home.
Most of the children are familiar with shapes and the names.
A 3 year old child took the measurement jars and acted like milk man.
A 3 year old child showed the door hangings and spoke about the beauty to her friend.
A 3.5 year old child narrated animal story to her friend with models.
A 2.5 year old child spoke about looking thithi with moon’s shape to her father.
A 2 year old child touched her neck and body. She also observed the heat.
A 3.5 year old child spoke correctly about the use of wheels.
A 3 year old child said that many birds have feathers like peacock in various shapes and colors.
A 3.5 year old child compared the following shapes with various real objects.
Cone – ice cream, sphere – Earth, prism and cuboid – home, cylinder – Gas cylinder and Ellipse – egg. But egg is oval.
Children never allow the environment to get littered.
Children are aware about the Srichakram puzzle shapes.
Children wanted the idols has to be dressed properly.
Children are very much interested in narrating stories with books.
Children are aware about various abishekams and meanings.
Video shows make the children to observe silence and ask many questions

Updating observations in Pungeri UNI5 center since December 14th, 2015

Energy –

Dec 14th – stapler makes a scrap book let

Dec 15th – any material in fire – ash

Dec 16th – camphor – light

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Observation - updated - PUNGERI UNI5 CENTER - Nove 2nd - 11th

30.11.2015

Sendurai center is leave because of heavy rain.

COIMBATORE

Energy – paints – art work, clay – various models

Real object – a cereal called thattai payaru [Red gram]

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Feed Back Of Parents - Sendurai, October - 2015

Feed Back Of Parents - Sendurai, October - 2015
 
1. New children are  able to use the  hands while sneezing. 
 
2. Most of the infants are developing good spoken language skills.
 
3. Children are respecting each other, elders and guests.
 
4.  In very young age our children are able to count, identify sounds of Tamil and English.
 
5. Children are able to use Sanskrith language in their communication.
 
6. Children around 4 years are developing good writing and neat hand writing skills with pencils.
 
7. Children have started changing their adamant attitude.
 
8. Children are able to understand parents and accept their words.
 
9. They are independent in toilet, food and dressing habits.
 
10. Many children have gained self-confidence and started developing good social skills.
 
11. Children's shyness have changed.
 
12. Children demand us to listen and communicate with them.
 
13. Children always wish to share their school events and emotions with them.
 
14. Children are asking reasons and questioning and relate.
 
15. Children are more aware about shapes and colors.
 
16. They like to convey their learning to their siblings and friends.
 
17. Children talking Malayalam and Kannada have started understanding and communicating in Tamil.
 
18. Their toilet and table manners are developing.
 
19. Few children have developed very good drawing skills. [A 3.5 year old child have started drawing many objects like phone, comb, fan etc]
 
20. Children are much aware about wearing foot wears.
 
21. Children can identify and verbalize the numbers, letters when they see any where.
 
22. Children assist us in many activities.
 
23. Children have developed proper prayer habit.
 
24. Children share their snacks and playing items also.
 
25. They place their objects at respective place.
 
26. They have natural liking for classical dance.
 
27. They are able to use kerchief for cleaning and blowing nose.
 
28. They can show their grownup nails to parents for trimming.
 
27. They have transformed  their short temper attitude.
 
28. They have love for good dressing and makeup.
 
29. They can behave very good in public.
 
30. They have an awareness about energy conversion. [A 3 year old child always asks her mother about each object and talk about energy]
 
31. They wanted us to know the English terms.
 
32. They ask their siblings and friends to love and respect all.
 
33. They have a very good knowledge about many food items, fruits and vegetables.
 
34. They are also aware about trees, land forms and plants.
 
35. They can give simple medicinal tips.
 
36. They have natural love for Indian traditional items, idols and dolls.
 
We thank out staff team and parents for making a good observation.
DR.Madeswaran.M
24.11.2015
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Let us purify our ignorance - Deva Deepawali Special

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Let us purify our ignorance - Deva Deepawali article

Ganga!

The word makes the tongue to get relished with purity and divinity.

It makes the mind to think about the sins we have committed out of selfishness and ignorance.

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UNI5 Vaikunda Yekaadesi

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UNI5 Vaikunda Yekadesi

Yekadesi is the auspicious thithi for Vishnu worship.

In India many people take physical fasting on this day.

Each part of India celebrates any one Yekadesi as a very important one.

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Brave women after Daakshaayini - Veera Maathy Amman

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Brave women after Dakshayini

We all are aware that there are 51 Sakthi peetams were universal energy as Goddess is being worshiped in various forms and names.

In Rajasthan we have lot of Sathi temples dedicated to brave women who sacrificed their life after their husband's death.

In Tamil Nadu especially in western parts of the state we can come across a name called ''Veera maathy Amman'' or ''Thee paandha Amman''.

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6 enemies within us - Skandha sashti special

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Skandha Sashti

The word ''skandhaa'' means kindness.

Skandha or Karthikeya or Muruga or Subramanya is considered to be a highest form of Bhramam in Vedic scriptures. This energy is the symbol of ultimate wisdom - gnana.

Muruga's birth is the symbol of Shiva sakthy.

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Jeshtaa Devi

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Jeshtaa Devi – Moodevi worship

The word Moodevi in Tamil is an abusive word to say, ‘’unlucky person’’. Mootha Devi is Moo Devi. This has been twisted as Moodevi. Mootha Devi means ‘’One who has come out of milky ocean before Mahalaxmi.’’

She is considered to be the deity and energy of bad luck or poverty, famine, drought and unlucky on the whole she is the energy of Dhaarithriyam.

But do you know she is being once praised and worshiped by our kings and ancestors in temples?

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Deepawali and Kaala Bairava

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Deepawali and Kala Bairava

Bhrama Deva actually had 5 heads. Each head depicts body, mind, intelligence, awareness and consciousness. He was the creator. Once he has been well worshiped by Vedic people.

But legends say when man through in material intelligence evolves his ego also increased and he lost his conscious state. This is because he too now lost his awareness in many aspects.

This truth is being said by a deed done by Shiva.

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Deepawali and Kedara Gowri Pooja for husband wife harmony

Deepawali and Kedara Gowri Pooja
 
We all know from legends that Parvathy did penance  and resided in the left half of Shiva as Ardhanaree. This form of Shiva sakthi is the symbol of equality, bhraman transforms as Parasakthi, sakthi is the mirror image of bhraman, responsibility of man and woman in family and society, equality to woman hood etc.
 
It is also the symbol of female energy and male energy within us. 
 
This Kerada Gowri pooja is being observed on Ammavasya day with Deepawali festival in Andra and northern part of Tamil nadu as an auspicious day.
 
My ancestors have migrated from Kanchipuram to western part of Tamil Nadu before 500 years. They have installed the family deity Varadharajan [Vishnu] along with Kedara Gowri Ambika in our village - THUDUPATHY near Perundurai town in Erode district.
 
I have heard many legends about the fame of this pooja through my  grand mother and mother.
 
Even couple after marriage is being initiated with this pooja on Deepawali day which is a very special occasion in our village like another wedding ceremony.
 
To my knowledge Kedara  Gowri Devi has temple only in my village.
 
Devi is 4 feet tall standing with lotus in her hands under the pee pal tree in penance form.
 
Her utsava moorthy is very beautiful with 4 hands holding abhayam - varadham, akshara mala and lotus depicting Vaani - Ramaa and Umaa.
 
Legends say that Gowri [Parvathy] as Aparna [one who attained Shiva by severe fasting] meditated in Kedar Nath. Devi installed the jothir linga there. The Himalayan peak behind the Kedar nath shrine is a sakthi peetam and it is known as ''Su Meru''. This is being worshiped as ''maha meru'' upon which in bindhu, Shivasakthi is being meditated.
 
This pooja is based on Devi's penance. Woman who took initiation fast from Naraga chathurdasi evening. On ammavasya day they cook specific onion less, garlic less food to Devi. In olden times women even fasted at nights for 21 days.
 
Every dish is placed in a banana leaf and it is placed upon a new bamboo muram or plate and taken to temple. With the lady her husband has to go. Devi will be decorated in penance posture. The wife will offer her respect to Devi and offer that food and new garments and she will be given rice powder [maa vilakku] prasadham and a sacred thread with 21 knots. Her husband will tie to her neck or wrist or upper arm.
 
Then she prays to her husband as her Shivam. After coming home the husband will make her to complete the fasting by serving the food.
 
By eveing Devi is taken out for grand procession. By this time people arrange rangoli, wear new dress, arrange lights and lamps and celebrate Deepawali in our village. Still I can see this grand pooja is being observed in Chennai.
 
At home install kalasam and do aavaahanam with Gowri.
Light lamps and place a new dress, sacred turmeric paste smeared thread, sweets or fruits, a good food and chant Lalitha thrisadhi [this was recited by Rathy before Devi after getting Manmatha back with life in Kanchipuram]
 
Offer arthi, complete pooja and pray for every one's well fare.
 
The sacred thread in our family tradition will not be removed till next pooja indication that the woman must have awareness in her good actions.
 
This year Kedara Gowri pooja is on 11.112015.
 
Om Sakthy
 
Dr.M.Madeswaran
10.11.2015, Madras
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Why Deepawali is connected with Kasi or Varanasi?

Why deepawali is connected with Kasi or Varanasi?
 
Kasi means light. It is being proved that the whole universe is made of light.
 
Light is the symbol of wisdom.
 
The real wisdom is to understand the TRUTH of the nature.
 
It is within us.
 
When we understand the truth that all are nothing but one, we are selfless in nature.
 
This makes one to show real compassion and service to the nature and all beings.
 
This removes the karmas and we are transferred towards the independence from all stress and issues - Mukthy.
 
Devi Visalakshi is the inner energy within us which makes us to realize this TRUTH and see the life with a broad mind attitude and accept every one.
 
Devi Annapoorani is the symbol of mukthy. She is just not the food energy, she is the energy within us to empty all the desires. Food makes the seed for birth cycle.
 
When we empty the food - desires we are towards freedom.
 
Ganga is the highest level of selfless nature and service to all. She accepts every body and every polluting agent to the extent of a decaying human corpse.
 
But she never changes in her purity.
 
This depicts the nature of one's atman which is unaffected by impurities of mind.
 
Viswanatha swambu linga is the very first celestial object created after big bang. He is the seed for universe and moksha.
 
So by having Ganga snaanam with oil at dawn, performing poojas to all these deities on Deepawali one can get the pulse of freedom.
 
Finally we focus on Kala Bairava who is the strong wisdom to fight against the ego. He is also the concept of time.
 
So with this inner meaning let us have a real Deepawali.
 
Deepawali is not just an oil bath, new dress and crackers polluting the nature.
 
I thank Dr.Pradheep who took me to kasi and explained these.
 
With regards.,
Dr.M.Madeswaran, Madras, 10.11.2015 [Deepawali]
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SriRama's Deepawali to enrich SAL ENERGY

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SriRam's Deepawali to enrich SAL ENERGY

 

Most of the U.P and M.P people celebrate Deepawali as the symbol of SriRam's reentery into his sacred city Ayodhya after 14 years. After Lanaka expedition, Ram decided to come back to his Ayodhya on Ammavasya day to start the new fresh life as a king, son and husband.

Ramayana says that Ayodhya citizens also did not celebrated Deepawali with real joy for 14 years. Every one related them self to Ram as the self-truth.

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Dasa Maha Vidhya Shokas used in Kamagya temple

தச மஹா வித்யா ஸ்லோகங்கள் - சக்திபீடங்களில் முதலாவதான அஸாம் காமாக்யா கோயிலில் பயன்படுத்தும் வெகு விசேஷ ஸ்லோகங்கள்..

1. காளி

நமோ தீர்கேஸ்வரீம் தேவீம் ஸர்வ காம ஃபலப்ரதாம்

தீர்காகார குண்டல யுக்தாம் சித்திம் யச்ச ஸுரேஸ்வரீ

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KAMAGYA TO KAMA KOTTI PEETAM - Deepawali UNI5 article.

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KAMAGYA TO KAMA KOTTI PEETAM

 

For past 1 month I am under the research and writing about Sakthi peetams. [51 spot for energy generation all across India].

Among them Kamagya peetam in Assam is considered to the first one. This is beacuse Dakshayini's vagina fell here and Devi is in the form of a natural vagina in a rock. Devi is also known as ''KAMAGYA''.

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Poraiyar UNI5 Center reports about their very first Navarathry - 2015

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Poraiyar UNI5 Center reports about Navarathry 2015

We thank Mr.Venlatesan and Sakthi Foundation for giving chance to celebrate Navarathry festival for 10 days. This is very unique and new for this locality people even though they have heard about it. We got the chance to set the Golu with understanding and celebrating with backups of proper literature also.

We placed 5 steps and arranged the dolls given by Sakthi Foundation along with the idol of Saradha Devi. Every day a sacred food was offered. Even very poor parents offered her prasadham to Devi. Local community people came to our R.B.School and observed participated very well and encouraged the event. Parents felt it is very important to expose children at this age to Indian heritage and traditions like this.

Children were clear with the naming of dolls.

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Diary writing in UNI5 CENTERS - NOVEMBER, 2015

26.11.2015

Sendurai

Energy – granite – idols, grinding stones etc

Role play – Respect and talk to everyone with compassion.

Real Object – Nandhiya vattai [Very big size and also a very small size comparison has been made.]

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UNI5 Thirupaavai - English Version

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Uni5 Thirupaavai

 

I thank Pranav for making me to write this for his spiritual journey.

1. Maargazhi thingal, madhi niraindha nan naa laal

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