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Hindu Temple of Madison also known as Mandir of Madison aims to create a spiritual and religious awareness in the community of Madison, WI and nearby areas.

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Happy Raksha Bandhan to all brothers & Sisters Raksha Bandhan is a Hindu festival that celebrates the love and duty between brothers and sisters; the festival is also popularly used to celebrate any...Read more

Happy Raksha Bandhan to all brothers & Sisters Raksha Bandhan is a Hindu festival that celebrates the love and duty between brothers and sisters; the festival is also popularly used to celebrate any brother-sister relationship between men and women who are relatives or biologically unrelated. Prepare for Raksha Bandhan ■Prepare for Raksha Bandhan Days or weeks before Raksha Bandhan, women shop for Rakhi, the ceremonial thread to tie around her brother's (or brother-like friend's) wrist. Some women make their own Rakhi. A Rakhi may be a simple thread, woven and colorful; or a Rakhi may be intricate with amulets and decoration on top of it. Sometimes, a Rakhi may be a fancy wrist watch or men's wrist accessory in the form of bracelet or jewelry. Rakhi in the form of a colorful woven thread is most common. Typically the brother(s) too shop for gifts for the sister, ahead of Raksha Bandhan. The gift from the brother can be a simple thoughtful token of love, and may be more elaborate. ■Rakhi ritual On the morning of Raksha Bandhan, the brothers and sisters get together, often in nice dress in the presence of surviving parents, grandparents and other family members. If the sister and brother are geographically separated, the sister may mail the Rakhi ahead of the Raksha Bandhan day, along with a greeting card or letter wishing her brother well. The ritual typically begins in front of a lighted lamp (diya) or candle, which signifies fire deity. The sister and brother face each other. The sister ties the Rakhi on her brother's wrist....

Volunteers are always welcome. Please contact the mandir at: mandirofmadison@gmail.com

Any suggestions are also welcome at: mandirofmadison@gmail.com

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For all your pooja requests (other than archana) at the temple or at your home, please Call or contact Temple @608-825-9200.

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