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Gemstone Red Coral or Pavizham for Nakshatras Mrigasira, Chitra and Dhanishta – Navratna Moonga

The Navratna, or Gemstone, that is assigned to Birth Stars or Janma Nakshatras Mrigasira, Chitra and Dhanishta is Red Coral. It is known as Pavizham or Praval or Moonga in regional languages. Nakshatra Mrigasira is also known as Makiryam; Chitra as Chithirai and Dhanishta as Avittam. It is believed that wearing red coral helps a person in building self confidence and courage. It is also suggested by astrologers for keeping away diseases. The Navratna also ushers in prosperity.Pavizham or Praval is associated with Navgraha Mars or Mangal.As the Gemstone Red coral is associated with Mangal, it is considered a hot stone and is worn on silver and copper jewelry. People born in Mrigasira, Chitra and Dhanishta Nakshatras wear red coral to avoid health related troubles and also to overcome enemies.

Vishnu Purana in Hindi – Read Vishnu Puran Online in Hindi

Vishnu Purana is one among the most important Puranas and it narrates the stories associated with Hindu God Vishnu and creation. Reading Vishnu Puran daily and on auspicious days associated with Vishnu is considered highly rewarding. The Purana is also read on Ekadasi fasting day by Hindus around the world. Vishnu Puran in Hindi is provided by Ved Puran website. You can read it online in Hindi but there is no download option. You can read Vishnu Purana in Hindi here at Ved Puran.

Important Hindu Festivals and Auspicious Days in September 2010

Dates of important festivals associated with Hinduism in September 2010 – based on major Hindu calendars used in India. The festivals and auspicious days are based on Indian Standard Time (IST).September 1 – Sri Krishna Jayanti (Janmashtami) in East, West and South IndiaSeptember 1 – Shitala Satam in GujaratSeptember 2 – Sri Krishna Jayanti in Gujarat and North India (Janmashtami) September 2 – Gopalakala – Dahi HandiSeptember 3 – Goga NavamiSeptember 4 – Amla Ekadasi (Orissa) – Aja Ekadasi (Smarta)September 5 – Aja Ekadasi (Vaishnava)September 6 – Som PradoshSeptember 7 – Mahakal Bhairav PujaSeptember 8 – AmavasyaSeptember 9 – Bhadrapad month begins in Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka and GujaratSeptember 10 – Bali Tritiya in OrissaSeptember 10 – Hartalika TeejSeptember 10 – Varaha Jayanti

Nakul Navami – Nakula Navmi

Nakul Navami is the birth anniversary of Nakula and Sahadeva – the twin brothers among the Pandavas in the Mahabharata. Nakul Navami 2017 date is August 1. It is observed on the ninth or navmi day during the Shukla Paksha, or waxing phase of moon, in the month of Shravan as per traditional Hindu calendar followed in North India.

Nakul and Sahadev are the sons of Madri. They were born with blessings of Aswini Kumaras.

Nakul is the eldest and Sahadev is the youngest. Mahabharata tells us that both were handsome men. It is also said that Sahadeva had great knowledge in astrology and his predictions always turned true.

Tulsidas Teachings

Today is Tulsidas Jayanti - the birthday of Goswami Tulsidas who is the author of the Ramcharitmanas. God, who is one without any desire, is shapeless, nameless, birthless, is a storehouse of virtue and the last refuge of all, resides in everything of the universe, takes the human form to do various deeds for the benefit of those who believe and depend on Him. The only duty is good of others.
The only dereliction is oppression of others. God is one but the proud and the vain have sculpted many out of their desires and fancies. Every living being has an animate, clean, simple, salubrious and indestructible particle of God and since He pervades each and every object, I make my respects to all. Where there is good will, there is all the wealth and where there is ill will, all the misery. Today is Tulsidas Jayanti