Prayer service in Frisco temple for COVID-19 victims in India

Karya Siddhi Hanuman Temple in Frisco, Texas held a prayer service ‘havan’ on Sunday for the COVID-19 victims in India. “These particular vibrations actually travel, they travel all across the globe,” said Prakasarao Velagapudi, the Karya Siddhi Hanuman temple chairman. 

The prayers were streamed worldwide, and the smoke from the fire “will go all the way up to the sky, then as if he is an ambassador of all of our concerns, and tell our almighty,” said Sidhi. 

“We are suffering from coronavirus. Not only we, the whole world,” said priest Tirumala Saimath. 

“Not only India, America, but all the world should be in peace,” said Saimath. 

“There is energy that comes in from there,” said Laxmi Tummala, with Karya Siddhi Hanuman Temple. 

Many of these families that were waiting in line at the temple share a similar story. They have family back home in India, and they can’t get there, so they say coming here to the temple, seeing a priest, and seeing the gods here, brings them some solace. 

“There is so much togetherness. Taking care of your parents is a huge part of their culture. For people here, not being able to do that is devastating,” Tummala said. (Souce: 

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