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Website Hindugod.org Now Has Bible and Runs Christian Missionary Propaganda

If you expected to see articles or pictures of Hindu Gods on the website hindugod.org you will be disappointed, instead you will get Christian Missionary Propaganda – welcome to Holy Spirit. Links to audio Bible and a long literature on how to receive forgiveness for our sin from God, our father is what you now get to see on hindugod.org.What is baffling is the audacity on the part of Christian missionaries to use a domain that closely associates with Hindu Religion to propagate Christianity. Currently hindugod.org is owned by a Jose Varkey. The name sounds like that of a Kerala Christian from India. Some of the notorious Christian Missionary activities in India are run by Malayali Christians from Kerala. Who collect large amounts of money from around the world by selling the poverty in India.The particular guy has hindugod.org and hindu-god.org registered in his name and therefore it is a deliberate attempt to hurt religious sentiments of Hindus. A fictitious domain sale banner is al…

Kumar Sashti 2017 – Kumara Sasti 2017

Kumar Sashti is believed to be the day when Hindu God Kartik incarnated on earth. The day is of great significance in Nepal and western parts of India. Kumar Sashti 2017 date is June 29. Son of Shiva and Parvati, Kartik is also known as
Kumar, Muruga, Skanda and Kumara. Kumar Sasti is observed on the sixth day of the Shukla Paksha of Ashada Month in Nepal and Maharashtra.

Legend has it that Lord Kartik was born to defeat the demons and uphold dharma. Thus he is the General of the Army of Devas and vanquishes demons.

Please note that in South India, the incarnation day of Kumara is different and it is observed on Vaikasi Visakam day in May or June.

Kumar Sashti is observed on Shukla Paksha Sashti day in Ashada month as per traditional Hindu calendar followed in Maharashtra.

Molakat Vrat – Molakat Jagran in Gujarat

Molakat Vrat is observed in the month of Ashada in Gujarat. It is a five-day Vrata. In 2017, the date of Molakat Vrat is from July 4 to July 9. This Vrata is observed by unmarried girls for getting a good husband. The inspiration for this vrat is the strict austerities performed by Goddess Parvati (Gauri) to get Shiva as her husband. This vrat is popularly known as Gauri Vrata.

Please note that in some regions this Vrat is observed from the fifth day of the waxing phase of the moon in the month of Ashada for five days.

In the ritual unmarried women sow seven different types of seed on the first day. The seedlings are watered on all the five days and prayers are offered. By the end of the fifth day, the seeds sprout and this is shared with friends and relatives.

In some regions, unmarried women only take a single meal in the evening for five days.

Eye Opening Thoughts – Sri Ramakrishna

At a distance from the market, we hear only a loud buzzing noise; but entering the market, we hear it no longer, and instead we hear the bargains that are being carried on. Similarly, so long as a person is far away from God, he cannot but be in the midst of the confusion of scholarship, vain argument and discussion; but once he approaches God, all arguments and discussions cease, and he gains a clear and vivid insight of the mysteries of God.God cannot be seen with these physical eyes. In the course of spiritual discipline one gets a ‘love body,’ endowed with ‘love eyes,’ ‘love ears,’ and so on . . . With this love body the soul communes with God.Sri Ramakrishna Paramahamsa

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