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Dasama Dwara – The Tenth Door in Human Body in Hindu Tradition

Dasama means tenth and Dwara means Door –thus Dasama Dwara is the tenth door. As per Hindu tradition there are ten doors in a human body. But most people are only aware of nine doors (navadwarapura as mentioned in Bhagavad Gita) – the two eyes, two nostrils, mouth, two ears, the anus, and the opening of the generative organ and for urination. The tenth door is in the skull and this remains closed in most persons.
The tenth door is also known as Brahma Randhara or Vhdrti. It is also known as Brahma Dwara in the Shat-chakra-nirupana
Dasama Dwara is mentioned in the Katha Upanishad (II:3:16). It is said that there are one hundred and one channels (nadis) of the heart. Of these one channel pierces the skull leading outwards. The soul that goes out through the Dasama Dwara attains moksha.
It is said that when the Kundalini power is aroused by the practice of yoga, the aroused Kundalini power opens up the path to Dasama Dwara and one attains moksha through it.

Kumbha Rasi Color – Kumbh Rashi Lucky Colour

There are three colors that are dedicated to Kumbha Rasi and they are the lucky colours associated with the Rashi based on Moon astrology. The Kumbh Rashi lucky colours are Black, blue and Ash. Wearing blue, black or Ash color dress; or other shades of blue color dress and wearing blue colour precious stones are good for this rashi people, especially while going for interview, work and for other auspicious events
Please note that some regions and communities have different colors for Kumbha Rashi like other shades of blue. 
Wearing blue, black and ash color dress for competitions, exams etc are lucky for Kumbha Rashi people.
You can wear blue color precious stones for desire fulfillment.
Please note that the colors associated with Makar and Kumbha are almost same – for Kumbha Rashi preference is given to black.

Online Queue System at Sabarimala - Register Online for Darshan at Sabarimala Ayyappa Temple

Online Queue System at Sabarimala is to avoid overcrowding, congestion and stampede at the famous SabarimalaAyyappaTemple in Kerala. Kerala Police has started online registration for Darshan at SabarimalaAyyappa Templel.
Devotees can register online and join a separate queue at Nadapanthal at the time and date provided.
You can register for the E-queue system here at the Kerala Police website.
Kerala Police notification on the online queue system - By booking this, you are not assured with darshan at Sabarimala. However this entitles you to join the queue at ‘Nadapanthal’ at the given date and time.  After verifying your credentials you will be put through the queue for darshan eventually along with those who are waiting in the queue.
Free Service - This is a free service offered by Kerala Police for the purpose of crowd management at Sabarimala. You are not required to make any payment in this connection.

Tulsi Vivah 2017 date

Tulsi Vivah is a ritual dedicated to Tulsi plant and Lord Vishnu – it is the symbolic wedding of Tulsi to Lord Vishnu. Tulsi Vivah 2017 dates are October 31, November 1, 2, 3 and November 4. The ritual is observed from the Ekadasi day during the Shukla Paksha of (waxing phase of moon) to Purnima or full moon in Kartik month as per traditional Hindu calendar.


Tulsi Vivah 2017 pooja on Ekadasi day is October 31. Tulsi Vivah Kartik Shudha Dwadashi is November 1. Tulsi Vivah on Kartik Purnima is on November 4.
Tulsi vivah is performed by Hindu communities during different period. Any day starting from the Ekadasi (after Amavasi) in Kartik month to Purnima (the full moon day) in Kartik Month is chosen to perform Tulsi Vivah.
Majority of the people perform Tulsi Vivah on the Ekadasi day or on Purnima day. The ritual is also performed on the day after Ekadasi in many regions.
You may also like to read How to perform Tulsi Vivah ritual?
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Poonjaji Teachings

Freedom is to know your own fundamental nature, your own self. Nothing else.
Everything happens through that consciousness in which even emptiness is housed. That supreme power which is beyond the beyond – your own self – to that you have to surrender.
Consciousness is beyond the concepts of birth and death, beyond even any concept of eternity or emptiness or space. That which accommodates the space or emptiness or eternity is called consciousness, within which everything is existing.
Existences and destructions happen ceaselessly. All these manifestation are like bubbles and waves in the ocean; let them happen. The ocean does not find that they are separate. The bubbles, the eddies, the waves – they may appear to themselves as separate, but the ocean itself has no trouble with them. Let them move on, let them have different shapes and different names, coming and going. This body will be the food of worms and ants. From earth it came and to earth it will return. You are that which s…

Today’s Hindu Calendar – November 13, 2013 – Tithi, Vrat, Good Time, Nakshatra, Rashi and Festival

Tithi in Hindu Calendar on November 13, 2013 (Today) – Shukla Paksha Ekadasi Tithi or the eleventh day during the waxing phase of moon in Hindu calendar and Panchang in all places. It is Shukla Paksha Ekadasi Tithi or the eleventh day during the light phase of moon till 8:24 PM on November 13. Then onward it is Shukla Paksha Dwadasi Tithi or the twelfth day during the light phase of moon. All time based on India Standard Time.
Nakshatra – Purvabhadra or Poruruttathi Nakshatra till 10:40 AM. Then onward it is Utharabhadra or Uthrittathi Nakshatram.
Rashi or Moon Sign – Kumbha Rashi till 4:51 AM. Then onward it is Meena Rasi.
Festivals, Vrat and Auspicious days – Ekadasi fasting. Tulsi Vivah starts. Chaturmas ends.
Kali Yuga Year – 5115
Vikram Samvant 2070 – Kartik Shukla Paksha Ekadasi Tithi or the eleventh day during the waxing phase of moon in  Kartik month in North India - Delhi, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh, Haryana, Punjab, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand,…

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