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Conch Shell Mala or Shankh Mala – Conch Rosaries

Small malas or rosaries made from small conch shells or Shankh are considered lucky and auspicious. Shankh is an important puja item and is used in Hindu pujas. Conch Rosaries are dear to Goddess Lakshmi. Conch Mala is used usually in the sadhana of Goddess Lakshmi or while chanting mantras dedicated to Goddess Laxmi. It is believed that wearing of small conch malas bring peace and prosperity. Some people keep this mala along with account books and in cash lockers for luck and business prosperity.People who constantly give speeches wear the conch shell mala to overcome stage fear and to gain confidence. Some people wear it to overcome speech problems.Some people also make offering of Conch shell mala to Goddess Lakshmi. You may also like to readSignificance of Shankh or Conch Shell in Hinduism

Read Vedas Online in Hindi with Text, Meaning and Commentary

The official website of Aryasamaj Jamnagar is providing the opportunity to read the Rig Veda, Yajur Veda, Sama Veda and Atharva Veda online in Hindi with text, meaning and commentary. The online version of the Vedas is the Hindi translation of the four Vedas from Sanskrit. Pages from the Hindi translation book have been scanned to create this online version.You can read the Vedas Online in Hindi here at the official website of Aryasamaj Jamnagar.

Mataji Indra Devi Thoughts

A human being's full freedom is to find himself (i.e., be loyal to himself), with independence of judgment, thinking and being flexible and malleable in order to reach harmonization and mental peace. Freedom is living without chains. Yoga is a way to freedom. By its constant practice, we can free ourselves from fear, anguish and loneliness.It is very important to give light and love to everyone, because everyone needs affection. Let light, love and peace live today and always in our hearts. Let these words not just be words pouring out of our lips. Let light invade your whole being so that everyone may be able to love.Nonviolence is one of the keys of yoga, and we should begin it by ourselves. Learning to recognize and respect our own peculiar rhythm and working on that base is essential.Mataji Indra Devi (1899 – 2002) was a renowned yoga teacher and was born as Eugenie Peterson in the erstwhile Soviet Union.