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Ragigudda Temple’s website launched on 25/11/2009

Ragigudda Temple, Jayanagar, Bangalore: On the auspicious occasion of Hanumanjayyanthi, 25/11/2009 Ragigudda Sri Prasanna Anjaneya Temple is pleased to announce the launch of our official website www.ragigudda.org in temple premises.  We were blessed to have Sri Sri Vidyesha Teertha Swamiji of Sri Bhandarakeri Matt, Udupi, inaugurate the website. Mr. Shivashankar, Mr. Srinivas, and Mr. K.P. Rao – founder members of the temple were present.  Mr. Venkatesh Murthy, Director of Spiritualbangalore.com spoke about the need to use technology and media for spiritual activities.  As an annual event, two learned vedic scholars Sri. Gundappa Shastry, and Sri. Venkatesh Bhat were honored by the Swamiji.

The website www.ragigudda.org includes the details of temple.  It provides you the details of sevas, the events, a complete temple’s itinerary of the year 2010 and on subscription e-news letters which enables you get the current activities of the temple.

It was our long pending desire which came into action with the help of www.spiritualbangalore.com and we would like to thank them for making it happen. The entire web content, design and development was done by www.spiritualbangalore.com.

We request all devotees to register their email addresses and phone numbers on the website so that regular communications from the temple can be received.

5 Responses to Ragigudda Temple’s website launched on 25/11/2009

  1. S.Natarajan

    Pleased with the website and would like to be associated with temple activities’

  2. Jeetendra NagaratnaBhat

    Dear Sir,

    We would like to know the programmes and other activities of Ragigudda seva samithi.

    Regards

    Nagaratna bhat

  3. Nagaratna Jeetendra Bhat

    Dear Sir,

    VERY HAPPY WITH THE WEBSITE & WOULD LIKE TO BE ASSOCIATED WITH THE TEMPLE ACTIVITIES.

    SEND THE DETAILS

    NAGARTNA BHAT

  4. MRS CAROL ELIAS

    HUMANITY DOES EXIST. A friend sent me an e-mail today showing a mother monkey opening a water tap for two blind young men to drink water from because they could not see where the tap was. Then she drank some water herself and then she closed the tap for them. Is this the same temple that I am writing to. I was amazed at the humanity of this animal. THANK YOU.

  5. admin

    please visit ragigudda.org

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