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Disappearance of Sri Ram from Earth – How Lord Ram Died?

Disappearance of Sri Ram from earth happened when he entered voluntarily into the SarayuRiver. This divine event is described as the death of Lord Rama. The story of the disappearance of Sri Ram is mentioned in many Hindu scriptures. This story of His death is from the Padma Purana.
Note - Many people wanted to know how Sri Ram died? Death is not a term used with Avatars of Vishnu. All Avatars appear to restore Dharma and then they return to Vaikunta.

Bhagavan Sri Ram ruled for several years and performed numerous yajnas for the benefit of his people. His sons and the sons of his brothers were made kings in many part of the large empire that he ruled. During this period Sita Devi also disappeared from earth when she was taken back by Bhudevi (Mother Earth).

One day an old Saint came to Sri Ram and asked him for a private audience. The Saint said that no one should enter the room in which they were having the conversation. Sri Ram directed Lakshman to guard the door of the room and sa…

Ramayan Manka 108 – Watch Video of Ramayan Manka 108 Online for free

Ramayan Manka 108 is the singing of the story of Sri Rama from birth to his return to Vaikunta. All the important incidents are narrated in 108 mankas. This particular video of Ramayan Manka 108 is provided by Rajshri. The singer is Shrimati Manju Bhatiya. Paintings of various episodes of Ramayana are used in the video. You can watch the video here at rajshri or watch it below

Budh Ashtami 2017 dates

Budh Ashtami is observed when the Ashtami Tithi or eighth day in a Hindu lunar calendar falls on Wednesday or Budhwar. In 2017, the dates are April 19, May 3 and September 13. The prayers and puja on the day is dedicated to Goddess Parvati and Shiva. The prayers are performed for redemption of sins.

It is said in the Brahmanda Purana that the performance of the ritual helps in removing sins performed in previous births too.

In some regions people who observe the vrat only take eight handfuls of food on the day.

Purvashadha Nakshatra 2011 – Poorvashada Nakshatram dates in 2011

Purvashadha Nakshatra 2011 dates based on traditional Hindu calendar, Astrology and Panchangam. Purvashadha Nakshatram, also known as P.Shadha or Poorvashada, is the 20th Nakshatra among the 27 Nakshatras. Below are Purvashadha Nakshatra dates in 2011. The astrological prediction of the birth star Poorvashada as per Moon Sign is that of Dhanu Rashi. Jupiter or Guru is the Lord of Dhanu Raasi. The color of Purvashadha is black. Purvashadha Nakshatra Days in 2011 as per Indian Standard Time (IST)

Dr S Radhakrishnan Thoughts on the form of God

Every form is an approximation, is a shadow of that ultimate substance. It is a substance which we have to realize and recognize; after that all the words which we use are semblances or shadows or approximations. That is why the Rg Veda say, ekam sad vipra bahuda vadanti, the real is one but people talk of it in various ways. So also the Upanishad says that hrda manias manasa adhiklipte… We fabricate by our intelligence, by our will, these words. By these words we try to express the inexpressible. God is immense. He refuses to be caught in our categories. Therefore we refuse to say that any particular denomination or any particular expression is a final, ultimate and exhaustive expression of the Supreme Reality. Dr S Radhakrishnan

Today in Hindu Calendar – December 23, 2010

Tithi in Hindu Calendar on December 23, 2010, Thursday – Today is Krishna Paksha Dwitiya or 2nd day of waning phase / dark phase of moon in Hindu calendar and Panchang in all places. Dvitiya Tithi till 1015 hrs on December 23, 2010. Then onwards it is Tritiya Tithi. All time based on India Standard Time. Margashirsh Krishna Paksha Dwitiya or 2nd day of Margashirsh month in Maharashtra, Goa, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh and Gujarat. Paush Krishna Paksha Dwitiya or 2nd day of Poush month in calendars followed in Delhi, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh, Haryana, Punjab, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Chhattisgarh, Orissa and Jammu and Kashmir. Rashi or Moon Sign – Mithuna Rashi. Nakshatra – Punarpusam or Punarvasu Nakshatram till 1350 hrs on December 23, 2010. Then onwards it is Pusam or Pushya Nakshatra. 8th day of Margazhi Masam in Tamil Calendar followed in Tamil Nadu. 8th day of Dhanu Masam in Malayalam Calendar in Kerala. 7th day of Poush month in Bengali Calendar.

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