108 Hanuman Chalisas

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Free event! Attend in person or via live webcast

Click here to register to chant with us in person at Dhyanyoga Center in Antioch, California.

Click here to register for the free live webcast. You will have access to the replay for 6 months.

Hanumanji personifies selfless service and unwavering devotion to God. The Hanuman Chalisa, written by Tulsidas, describes Hanumanji’s qualities and courageous acts in the service of the Divine. Each year, we come together to sing the Hanuman Chalisa 108 times (the number considered to “complete” the practice) to honor Hanumanji on his birthday and to tap into his powerful energy.

Chanting this sacred text increases our inner strength and sense of well-being and happiness. It is said that those who chant the Chalisa receive the grace of Hanumanji himself.

Please see https://dyc.org/chalisa108 for additional details.

hanuman squareDate— April 19, 2014 | 9:00 am – 6:00 pm Pacific Daylight Time (Pacific Time)

Prerequisite— None

Registration Deadline— April 15th

Location— DYC Antioch
3306 Contra Loma Blvd. | Antioch CA 94509

This is a free event. Your donation is appreciated.

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