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Goddess Kamala – About Hindu Goddess Kamala

Goddess Kamala is worshipped as a manifestation of Goddess Lakshmi, the Hindu goddess of goddess of wealth, wellbeing, and prosperity. Kamala literally means ‘lotus’ in Sanskrit, and symbolically it denotes purity and auspiciousness. She is also one among the Mahavidyas.Goddess Kamala is depicted similar to Goddess Lakshmi except for that she is always depicted with two elephants showering water. The water showered by the elephants symbolically represents the rains, without which life is not possible.The Goddess is worshipped for wealth, prosperity and auspiciousness. She is also believed to bless couples in getting children. Today, it is very hard to distinguish between Goddess Lakshmi and Kamala. Goddess Lakshmi form of Mother Goddess is more popularly worshipped. The difference is only noticed and practiced by Tantric practitioners and priests. For a devotee Goddess Lakshmi and Kamala are the same.Tantric worshippers believe that is the Shakti of Vishnu and is the divine consort wh…

Watch Vishwa Hindu Television Online For Free – Tamil Hindu Spiritual Programs on Web TV

Vishwa Hindu Television, or Vishwa Hindu TV, offers online live streaming of Hindu spiritual programs. The programs aired online include religious and spiritual talks and discussions, interviews with spiritual leaders and Hindu scholars, classical music, classical dance, marvels of Hindu culture and documentaries on popular Hindu temples and rituals. Currently the Vishwa Hindu Television is offered for free. The programs on the Web TV are currently in Tamil.You can watch Vishwa Hindu Television Online For Free here at the official website of Vishwa Hindu TV.Please note we are note sure whether the website will be properly displayed on old browsers like Internet Explorer 6.

Halharini Amavasya – Hal Harini

Halharini Amavasya is observed during the Amavasi or no moon day in the month of Ashada. Halharini Amavasya 2018 date is August 11. Hal Harini is primarily observed in North India by certain Hindu communities.

The Amavasya is chosen for performing Tarpan, Shradh and Pitru Tarpan dedicated to dead ancestors.

The method and way of performing the rituals vary from region and get regional names. Halharini is one such Amavasi.

Batuk Bhairav Jayanti 2018 date – Bhatukbhairav Jayanthi

Batuk Bhairav Jayanti is believed to be the day when Hindu God Shiva appeared on earth as Bhatukbhairav. Batuk Bhairav Jayanti 2018 date is June 20. It is believed that Shiva appeared in this form on the tenth day during the waxing phase of moon (shukla paksha) in Jyeshta month.

Batuk Bhairav is believed to be the child form of Lord Shiva.

This form of Shiva is propitiated by Tantrics for wealth and prosperity. The day is of great importance in the Batuk Bhairav temples in North India.

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