Melb Namadwaar inaugurated

Namadwaar is a centre for spiritual education and prayer.

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The Global Organisation of Divinity (GOD) inaugurated its ‘Namadwaar’ and dedicated it to the Australian community last month.
Namadwaar (literally ‘the portal of the divine name’) is a centre for spiritual education and prayer.
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Inspired by the teachings of His Holiness Maharanyam Sri Sri Muralidhara Swamiji, Namadwaars strive towards universal peace and harmony by bringing about inner transformation within each individual through the simple path of chanting the divine names (nama sankirtan). They have as their motto ‘Humanity and divinity are inseparable’.
Towards this noble motive many initiatives like the current Gopa Kuteeram Heritage Classes for students and other activities for social and community well-being will now be orchestrated at the Namadwaar. 
Dr Bhagyanathan, Personal Secretary to His Holiness Maharanyam Sri Sri Muralidhara Swamiji, inaugurated the Namadwaar. The Federal Minister for Human Services Mr Alan Tudge, former mayors of Knox City Council Cr Peter Lockwood, Cr Tony Holland and Cr Darren Pearce were guests on the occasion. Also present were Vasan Srinivasan, Member Australian Multicultural Council and Chidambaram Srinivasan, Commissioner of Victorian Multicultural Commission.
Dr Bhagyanathan consecrated the Divine Couple Sri Premika Varadhan and Sri Madhuri Saki, the residing deities of worship. 
The Namadwaar in Melbourne is the second of its type in Australia, the first having been established in Sydney in 2015.
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Visit the Namadwaar at Unit 12, No. 7, Samantha Court, Knoxfield, Victoria 3180.
Details Subramanian Sangameswaran 0425 779 451 or Viodya Subramanian 0425 770 971.

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