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Charri Mubarak Yatra to the Amarnath Cave Shrine

The original pilgrimage to the holy Amarnath Cave Shrine in Jammu and Kashmir follows the Charri Mubarak or holy mace of Shiva carried by the Mahant of Dashnami Akhara. The preparation for one-month long journey to the Amarnath cave along with Chhari Mubarak begins with Bhoomi Pujan and Dhawajarohan ceremonies at Pahalgam on Vyas Purnima day. The procession to the cave shrine will begin on Nag Panchami day after performing the Chhari Pujan at Dashnami Akhara in Srinagar.The rituals associated with Charri Mubarak Yatra begins on the Guru Purnima day. The procession starts from Dashnami Akhara and reaches the shrine on the Shravan Poornima day.Legend has it that the Charri Mubarak was presented to Sage Bringesh or Hingish by Lord Shiva. The details of Amarnath Yatra and how to undertake the pilgrimage is only found in the Hingish Samhita or Bringesh Samhita written by Sage Bringesh.The holy mace after visiting numerous temples and sacred places will reach the Amarnath Cave Shrine on the…

Download Malayalam Ramayana MP3 Reading

Karkidakam month (July – August) in Kerala is observed as Ramayana Masam in Kerala. Below is the details reagarding Malayalam Ramayana MP3 - how to download. Each day in the month is dedicated to the reading of the epic Ramayan. The reading is scheduled in such a way that the entire Ramayanam is read by the last day of the Karkidakam month. The Ramayanam that is read during the month is the Malayalam version of Adhyatma Ramayanam by Thunchathu Ramanujan Ezhutthachan

Now you can download the reading of the complete Adhyatma Ramayanam of Thunchathu Ramanujan Ezhutthassan at the website The audio book is around 22 hours in length and is in MP3 format and is rendered by Dr. A.P.Sukumar. The Ramayana reading is broken into small MP3 files of various sizes.
There is also a jpeg format of the Ramayana text in Malayalam too on the website. You can also listen to Ramayanam reading online.
You can download or listen online in this link Malayalam Ramayanam at - fo…

Television Serial Based on Shani Dev on NDTV Imagine

‘Mahima Shani Dev Ki’ a new television serial based on Lord Shani will be aired on NDTV Imagine from July last week. Lord Shani Dev is one among the Navgrahas in Hinduism and Sani’s impact on astrological charts is popularly believed to be responsible for the bad times that one has to go through in life. Shani is the son of Surya (Sun God) and Chhaya and in Hindu religion there is lot of negativity and superstition attached to Shani Dev. The television serial is produced by Sagar Arts noted for the Ramayana serial currently being aired on NDTV and the popular Ramayan serial of 90s. The makers of the serial claim they will trying to alleviate some of these. Mahima Shani Dev Ki will have its premiere on NDTV Imagine Saturday, July 26, 2008 at 2000hrs Indian Standard Time. Saturday has been chosen deliberately as Lord Shani is the God of Saturday or Shanivar and special pujas are held on this day to get his blessings. Mahima Shani Dev Ki will be aired at 2000hrs Indian Standard Time on F…

Srimad Bhagavad Purana on How to Develop True Love and Non Attachment

Religion is not for the purpose of securing a place in heaven. It is an inquiry into Truth, and its ideal is the knowledge of the realization of the Truth. This true love and non-attachment can be developed gradually by these means:By inquiry into the Truth with faith and reverence.By patiently bearing the opposites in life, such as pleasure and pain, success and failure.By gaining the knowledge of Self through studying the scriptures.By taking delight in the company of Truth.By overcoming passions through knowledge and discrimination.By avoiding the association of the worldly-minded.By devotion to spiritual practices.By rendering of services to the great souls who have realized the Truth.By learning to love solitude.By injuring no creature.By control of the senses through Pranayama.By not speaking against other religions.By singing in praises and glory of Divinity.Srimad BhagavatamSource: ‘Timeless Wisdom – The book of All Religions’ by Art of Living Publication

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