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Hindu Vrats, Prayers and Mantras for Early Marriage and to Overcome Delay in Marriage

One of the popular Vrat that is observed as a solution for delay in marriage is the Somvar Vrat or Monday Fasting dedicated to Lord Shiva. Many Hindu communities perform prayers and chant mantras dedicated to Shiva, Parvati and Lord Krishna for early marriage. Men and women perform these vrats and prayers. Some communities suggest the Pradosh Vrat dedicated to Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati. Women and men fast on the day and offer prayers during the twilight period (Pradosham period) – between 4 and 6 PM. Prayers and chanting mantras dedicated to Lord Krishna is also performed for early marriage. Some people observe the Ekadasi Vrat dedicated to Lord Krishna. Prayer to any form of Goddess Shakti is considered apt for early marriage. This is because Goddess Parvati is believed to have performed intense austerities to get Shiva as her husband. There are also numerous vrats in various regions associated with Goddess Parvati which are meant for early marriage. This include Hartalika Teej Vra…

Online Live Darshan from Ahmedabad Jagannath Temple - Shree Jagannathji Mandir at Jamalpur

The JagannathTemple at Jamalpur in Ahmedabad in Gujarat is a very popular temple dedicated to Hindu God Jagannath. The temple is hundreds of years old and attracts hundreds of devotees daily and thousands attend the Rath Yatra held here during the Ashada month. Now the official website of AhmedabadJagannathTemple is offering online live darshan from the temple. The temple is located on the banks of the SabarmatiRiver and has the murtis of Jagannath, Subhadra and Balabhadra. You can watch the live darshan here at the official website of Shree Jagannathji MandirTo view you need: Windows XP and Internet Explorer 7.0 or Higher. You will also need ActiveX installed.RelatedMumbai Siddhivianayak Temple Live Darshan
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Neeti Shatakam Quotes – Bhartrihari’s Nitishataka

Knowledge is a special beauty of man. It is a hidden treasure. It gives one happiness, enjoyment and fame. It is the teacher of great teachers. It is one’s relative when he is in a strange place. It is the God divine. It is knowledge that is to be worshipped not money. One who is bereft of knowledge is a beast. A person devoid of interest in music, literature and arts is indeed an animal without horns and tail! It is a great fortune to animals that he lives without eating grass!Obeisance unto the Lord, who is not bound by space and time, who is infinite, whose form is knowledge personified who is effulgent, peaceful, and who can be realized only by one’s own experience. Neeti Shatakam