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Blue Dye Plant Neel in Hinduism – Indigo Uses in Hindu Astrology – Neel Totke

As per Hinduism, Neel (blue dye plant or Indigo) is a plant that grows even in the graveyard (smashaan). It searches for life even among the dead and therefore it is considered auspicious in Hindu astrology. You can read some important neel totke below. The use of Neel in Hinduism is mostly associated with Tantra. Symbolism of Neel Plant in Hindu Religion Symbolically, the neel plant suggests that there is life after death. Death is not the end but the journey to next life. Indigo Plant - Neel Saraswati and Devi Chinnamasta The plant is associated with Neel Saraswati in Tantra. It is also associated with Devi Tara. Devi Tara is the tantric form of Maa Saraswati, the Goddess of learning and art. The color is also associated with Devi Chinnamasta. When neel is associated with Devi Tara it is positive and reveals Tantric secrets. When it is associated with Devi Chinnamasta it is negative and delves into the world of black magic. Neel and Rahu Navgraha Neel is also a

Tula Rashi Mantra For Marriage

Chanting of the Tula Rashi Mantra for marriage helps, Tula Rashi born person to have early marriage to a desired girl or boy. It is also good for those looking to have love marriage. The mantra should be chanted after taking bath in the morning. You should sit in your pooja room or in a quiet place facing northeast and chant the mantra. Tula Rashi mantra for marriage is: गजाननाय नम : - Gajanananya Namah The mantra should be chanted 21 times daily for 41 days. Wear white color dress while chanting the mantra. This mantra is dedicated to Ganesha as he removes all kinds of problems related to life. Chanting of the mantra also helps in solving various kinds of relationship problems and love marriage.

Shivratri 2021 Importance - Puja - Complete Guide on Maha Shivaratri in 2021

Maha Shivratri is the most auspicious day dedicated to Lord Shiva and is popularly known as the night of Siva. Shivratri 2021 date is March 11, Thursday as per panchangs in India. In Panchangs and Hindu calendars followed in Mauritius, United States, United Kingdom (Britain) and Canada , Shivaratri is marked on  March 11 . It is marked on  March 11   in Malaysia, Singapore, Fiji, Australia and New Zealand. This holy night of Shiva is observed on the night before ‘amavasya’ in the Hindu month of Phalgun (February – March) as per traditional Hindu calendar followed in North India . The corresponding period in other regions is the night before Magh Amavasya. Shivratri 2021 Date Puja Tithi and Timings The best time to perform puja is from 11:58 PM on March 11 to 12:46 AM on March 12 early hours midnight. Nishita Kala is chosen to perform pujas and rituals on Shivratri.  All pujas and rituals are completed before Amavasya (No moon) starts. Nishita Kala Puja time is 11:58

Quotes On Dharma From Various Hindu Scriptures

A collection of quotes on Dharma from various Hindu scriptures. Food, sleep, fear, and procreation are same among humans and animals, dharma is special only to humans; without dharma the humans are akin to animals. (Mahabharata, Shanti Parva, 294.29). In many verses of the Bhagavad Gita, the word ‘dharma’ is taken to mean morality. (Gita, 1.1 and 4.7) It is also used in the sense of doing one’s duties, which would save one from grave danger (Gita 2.40). ‘Dharma ’ has been used in the sense of virtue in the Bhagavata Purana (1.1.2.).  In the Mahabharata, friendliness towards all beings is considered dharma. (Mahabharata Shanti Parva, 261.59.) The Mahabharata equates dharma with justice (7.89.47). Dharma is also taken to mean forgiveness and steadfastness (Mahabharata 4.6.20). The Manusmriti defines dharma as ‘non-violence, truth, non-stealing, cleanliness, and equanimity. (10.63) Without purity, no true worship is possible. Unless an individual is pure in body

8 March 2021 Tithi - Panchang - Hindu Calendar - Good Time - Nakshatra – Rashi

Tithi in Panchang – Hindu Calendar on Monday, 8 March 2021 – It is Krishna Paksha Dashami tithi or the tenth day during the waning or dark phase of moon in Hindu calendar and Panchang in most regions. It is Krishna Paksha Dashami tithi or the tenth day during the waning or dark phase of moon till 5:16 PM on March 8. Then onward it is Krishna Paksha Ekadashi tithi or the eleventh day during the waning or dark phase of moon till 3:52 PM on March 9. (Time applicable in all north, south and eastern parts of India. All time based on India Standard Time.  Good – Auspicious time on March 8, 2021 as per Hindu Calendar – There is no good and auspicious time on the entire day.  Nakshatra  – Purva Shada or Pooradam nakshatra till 10:04 PM on March 8. Then onward it is Uttarashada or Uthradam nakshatra till 9:26 PM on March 9.  (Time applicable in north, south and eastern parts of India).  In western parts of India (Maharashtra, Gujarat, Goa, north Karnataka and south Rajasthan), Pu

Jiddu Krishnamurti Quotes

Jiddu Krishnamurti ( 11 May 1895 - 17 February 1986)  was a philosopher, speaker and writer. This is a collection of Jiddu Krishnamurti quotes on various topics … Every day we see or read of appalling things happenings in the world as the result of violence in man. You may say, “I can’t do anything about it,” or “How can I influence the world?” I think you can tremendously influence the world if in yourself you are not violent, if you lead actually every day a peaceful life – a life which is not competitive, ambitious, envious – a life which does not create enmity. Small fires can become a blaze. We have reduced the world to its present state of chaos by our self centered activity, by our prejudices, our hatreds, our nationalism, and when we say we cannot do anything about it, we are accepting disorder in ourselves as inevitable. Any action which has any deep significance must begin with each one of us. I must change first; I must see what is the nature and structure o

7 March 2021 Tithi - Panchang - Hindu Calendar - Good Time - Nakshatra – Rashi

Tithi in Panchang – Hindu Calendar on Sunday, 7 March 2021 – It is Krishna Paksha Navami tithi or the ninth day during the waning or dark phase of moon in Hindu calendar and Panchang in most regions. It is Krishna Paksha Navami tithi or the ninth day during the waning or dark phase of moon till 7:01 PM on March 7. Then onward it is Krishna Paksha Dashami tithi or the tenth day during the waning or dark phase of moon till 5:16 PM on March 8. (Time applicable in all north, south and eastern parts of India. All time based on India Standard Time.  Good – Auspicious time on March 7, 2021 as per Hindu Calendar – There is no good and auspicious time on the entire day.  Nakshatra  – Jyeshta or Kettai or Triketta nakshatra till 12:18 AM on March 7. Then onward it is Mool or Moolam nakshatra till 11:02 PM on March 7. Then onward it is Purvashada or Pooradam nakshatra till 10:04 PM on March 8 . (Time applicable in north, south and eastern parts of India).  In western parts of Indi

Vijaya Ekadashi March 2021 - Importance - Mantra - Special Puja Offerings

Vijaya Ekadashi occurs during the waning phase of the moon (Krishna Paksha) in February – March. In 2021, the date of Vijaya Ekadashi is March 9. The greatness of this Ekadasi is mentioned in the Skanda Purana and observing of Vijaya Ekadasi helps in removing all the guilt associated with sins committed and also helps in attaining victory. It is believed that Lord Ram observed Vijaya Ekadashi to cross the ocean to reach Lanka and defeat Ravana. The importance of Vijaya Ekadasi was narrated to Narada by Lord Brahma. Legend has it that when Lord Ram and his army – the Vanarasena – was searching for a means to cross the ocean to reach Lanka, Lakshmana mentioned about a great a Sage who lived nearby and said that perhaps he might provide us with a solution. It is this sage who mentioned about Vijaya Ekadashi to Lord Ram and its benefits – observing it will help in being victorious. All the normal rules associated with Ekadashi fasting is observed during Vijaya Ekadasi.

Sita Ashtami 2021 Date

Sita Ashtami is believed to be the day when Sita Devi appeared on earth as per traditional calendar and Panchangs followed in  North India . Sita Ashtami 2021 date is March 6. In some regions it is marked on March 5, 2021. Sita Ashtami is observed on the eighth day of the Krishna Paksha (waning phase of moon) of Phalguna month (February – March). Mata Sita is an embodiment of purity and wifely devotion and the consort of Sri Ram in Ramayan. Mata Sita was adopted by King Janaka; after he found her while ploughing his field. Sita is believed to be an incarnation of Goddess Lakshmi and is worshipped in temples dedicated to Lord Ram. Mata Sita’s abduction by Ravana and her subsequent rescue by Lord Ram, Lakshman, Hanuman and Vanar Sena is the central theme of the Ramayana. So powerful was Sita’s chastity that even though she was carried away by Ravana and kept imprisoned, Ravana could never reach near her as she kept meditating on Lord Ram; and the energy she crea

Guru Pratipada - Shree Kshetra Ganagapur

Guru Pratipada is an auspicious day observed the day after Maghi Purnima, full moon day in Magh month (January – February) as per traditional Hindu calendar followed in Maharashtra. Guru Pratipada 2021 date is February 28. The day is of great importance in numerous temples and sacred spots in western and northern parts of India . The famous Ganagapur Yatra is observed on the day. Guru Pratipada is also the day when Dattavatari Shri Nrusimha Saraswati Swami Maharaj left the physical body and merged with the Supreme Soul. Sri Nrusimha Saraswati Swami is believed to be the the second incarnation of Lord Dattatreya. A week long rituals, satsangs and cultural programs are organized during the period. The prayers culminate on the last day which is also the most important day popularly known as Guru Pratipada. It is observed on the first day during the Krishna Paksha of Magha Mahina as per traditional calendar followed in  Maharashtra  and Karnataka.






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