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Twitching of Body Parts and Blinking of Eyes in Hindu Astrology

Doing predictions based on twitching of body parts and blinking of eyes in Hindu religion is part of Samudrika Shastra. It is believed that these involuntary actions of the body indicate what is going to happen in future.
If the front portion of the head twitches, then the person will find a new job or will get a promotion. It indicates career progress. It can also mean honor or awards. There will improvement of stature in society.
If the entire head is twitching it means gains in property related matters. There will be buying or property soon in the life of the person.
The twitching of arms indicates the arrival of financial fortune. Money that was held will be released. Such people will have good luck in the lottery.
Itching sensation on palm also suggests monetary gains.
Twitching on the sole of the foot suggests there will travel in near future. Success and achievement will result from the journey.
Twitching of the top portion of the right eye indicates good news. The person wi…

25 September 2019 Tithi - Panchang - Hindu Calendar - Good Time - Nakshatra – Rashi

Tithi in Panchang – Hindu Calendar on Wednesday, 25 September 2019 – Krishna Paksha Ekadashi Tithi or the eleventh day during the dark or waning phase of moon inHindu calendar and Panchang in most regions. It is Krishna Paksha Ekadashi Tithi or the eleventh day during the dark or waning phase of moon till 9:43 AM on September 25. Then onward it is Krishna Paksha Dwadashi Tithi or the twelfth day during the dark or waning phase of moon till 7:32 AM on September 26. (Time applicable in all north, south and eastern parts of India.)All time based on India Standard Time.

Good – Auspicious time on September 25, 2019, as per Hindu Calendar – Good and auspicious time on the entire day.
Nakshatra – Pushya or Poosam or Pooyam Nakshatra till 5:34 AM on September 25. Then onward it is Aslesha or Ayilyam Nakshatra till 4:09 AM on September 26. (Time applicable in north, south and eastern parts of India.)
In western parts of India (Maharashtra, Gujarat, Goa, north Karnataka and south Rajasthan), Pu…

How Should Sensitive People Approach Argument?

This post attempts to find solution to the query - How Should Sensitive People Approach Argument?

For sensitive people fights and arguments are scary. It can cause them emotional disturbance and it might last for days and months. Even a small fight or wrong word used during an argument might feel like the end of the world. This is because sensitive people take things of the moment to heart.

Do not go on all-out attack at the beginning of a discussion or argument. Start by agreeing to a certain viewpoint of the other person. This will tone down the situation, as the other person will be forced to listen to your points. Through this validation, you are creating a healthy atmosphere to have a fruitful discussion or argument. As you are sensitive, this will give you some kind of stability and a good defense mechanism.
Stop direct blaming – like you are wrong … you are hurting my feelings etc. Instead of blaming, try to say I am hurt…I feel there is some error…etc. Through this kind of ‘I’…

Second Day of Navratri Dedicated to Goddess Brahmacharini on Sept 30, 2019

Second day of Navaratri is dedicated to Goddess Brahmacharini in most parts of India. She is worshipped on September 30, 2019 during Navratri. ‘Brahma’ here refers to the meditative aspect of Brahmacharini and is always depicted as pious women or Sannyasin. This form Durga is two-armed and carries a rosary and sacred water pot (Kamandalu). Goddess Tara and Goddess Chamunda are also worshipped on the day in western region and some parts of North India. In many regions the first three days of Navratri is dedicated to the worship of Goddess Durga.



Brahmacharini is associated with the pious form of Goddess Shakti. She is believed to be that aspect of Mother Goddess, which was present in Sati and Goddess Parvati, when they both did intense austerities to get Lord Shiva as husband.

She has control over Mangal Navagraha
Maa Brahmacharini has control over Mangal Grah.
She has the capacity solve problems created by Mangal Grah in the first and eighth house of the kundali or horoscope of a per…

Indira Ekadasi

Indira Ekadashi occurs during the waning phase of moon in the month of Ashwin (September – October) in traditional North Indian calendar. In 2019, Indira Ekadasi is on September 25. The importance of Indira Ekadasi is described in the Brahma Vaivarta Purana and was described by Lord Krishna to Yudhisthira. It is believed that observing this Ekadasi will help in removing the sins committed by oneself and one’s forefathers. The Ekadasi falls during the Pitru Paksha Shradh period in North India. Ekadashi fasting is dedicated to Lord Vishnu.


Legend has it that King Indrasena on Narada Muni’s advice observed Indira Ekadasi and saved his father from the remorse of sins committed during earthly life.
Prayers and rituals are performed in the name of forefathers and dead relatives on the day before Indira Ekadasi. A single meal is only eaten on the day before Ekadashi. A complete fast is observed on the Indira Ekadashi day by staunch devotees. In the afternoon on the Ekadasi day, some people…

Navratri Day 2 Mantra – Second Day Prayers for Navratri in Hindi on September 30, 2019

The second day Prayers for Navratri is dedicated to Goddess Brahmacharini. Navratri Day 2 Mantra in Hindi is given below. It is chanted on September 30, 2019 during Navratri. There are three mantras. First is Mool Mantra for second day of Navratri. Second is Dhyana Sloka dedicated to Goddess Brahmacharini. Third is a Stotra.  Fourth is the Kavach Mantra. You can chant also prayers like Lalita Sahasranama on the day.
There is no need to chant all mantras. Most devotees chant just the mool mantra.


Brahmacharini Mata Mool Mantra दधाना करपद्माभ्यामक्षमालाकमण्डलू
देवी प्रसीदतु मयि ब्रह्मचारिण्यनुत्तमा
Day 2 Dhyan Mantra वन्दे वांच्छितलाभायचन्द्रर्घकृतशेखराम्।
जपमालाकमण्डलुधराब्रह्मचारिणी शुभाम्॥
गौरवर्णास्वाधिष्ठानास्थितांद्वितीय दुर्गा त्रिनेत्राम्।
धवल परिधानांब्रह्मरूपांपुष्पालंकारभूषिताम्॥
पद्मवंदनापल्लवाराधराकातंकपोलांपीन पयोधराम्।
कमनीयांलावण्यांस्मेरमुखीनिम्न नाभि नितम्बनीम्॥ Navratri Day 2 Stotra तपश्चारिणीत्वंहितापत्रयनिवारिणीम्। ब्रह्मरूपधराब्रह्मचारिणी प्रणमाम्यहम्॥
नवचक्रभेदनी…

Asurayuddha – Asuravijaya

Asurayuddha or Asuravijaya is a type of unrighteous war mentioned in Kautilya’s Arthashastra. In this type of war, the conqueror conquers like demons. They seize land, money, and women and make people slaves. It is called Asura yuddha because it is believed that demons practiced such means of warfare.

All heinous, illegal and forbidden methods of warfare are used for obtaining victory in this type of war. There is no direct or straight fight in Asuravijaya.
Secrecy, guile, charm spells and cheating are widely used to attain victory.

Thottam Pattu – History – Ritual – Story – Importance Of Thottam Songs In Kerala

The word Thottam means instinct or something which forms in the mind and is a colloquial form of stotram or hymn. All Thottam Pattu are sung in praise of Goddess Kali. The Thottam Pattu (songs) are sung by a specific section of people in Kerala.

Set to meter, Thottam songs have the quality of spontaneity. Most of the them have the quality of free and flowing rhythm. A large number of Thottam pattu are available in Malayalam and the singers of this type of songs are found throughout Kerala.
Thottam are one of the best devotional folk songs in Malayalam. They have a very simple and sweet diction.
From their language, it is clear that these songs originated in the 13th and 14th century AD. These songs are usually not available in written or printed form. Most of the practitioners of Thottam believed that it was a sin to print or record them in any form. The devotees of the Goddess sing them in ecstasy. In some cases they sing with the accompaniment of an instrument for rhythm.
Thottam P…

Dhanik Muni – Story Of Dhanik Muni The Founder Of Dhankas

Dhanik Muni is the founder of the Dhanka community. The popular belief is that Dhanaka Muni appeared during the Satya Yuga, the first of the four eons in Hinduism, to annihilate demons that were terrorizing the world and spreading Adharma.
Legend has it that frustrated at the plight of good people on earth, Mother Goddess Earth offered prays to Shiva. She requested him to put an end to the rule of demons.
Shiva was performing intense austerities when He heard the prayers. He opened His fiery eyes and looked at His Dhanus (bow). From it appeared a great warrior and Shiva named him Dhanik Muni.
The Muni went to Earth and annihilated all the demons and restored Dharma on earth. His weapon was the bow.
After finishing the divine mission, Dhanik Muni observed penance. His bow was transformed into a loom. He adopted the profession of weaving and his descendants and followers did the same.

24 September 2019 Tithi - Panchang - Hindu Calendar - Good Time - Nakshatra – Rashi

Tithi in Panchang – Hindu Calendar on Tuesday, 24 September 2019 – Krishna Paksha Dashami Tithi or the tenth day during the dark or waning phase of moon inHindu calendar and Panchang in most regions. It is Krishna Paksha Dashami Tithi or the tenth day during the dark or waning phase of moon till 11:42 AM on September 24. Then onward it is Krishna Paksha Ekadashi Tithi or the eleventh day during the dark or waning phase of moon till 9:43 AM on September 25. (Time applicable in all north, south and eastern parts of India.)All time based on India Standard Time.

Good – Auspicious time on September 24, 2019, as per Hindu Calendar – Good and auspicious time after 4:45 PM.
Nakshatra – Punarvasu or Punartham Nakshatra till 6:46 AM on September 24. Then onward it is Pushya or Poosam or Pooyam Nakshatra till 5:34 AM on September 25. (Time applicable in north, south and eastern parts of India.)
In western parts of India (Maharashtra, Gujarat, Goa, north Karnataka and south Rajasthan), Punarvasu …