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Play Slay Ravan Game Online for free – Flash Game Based on Ramayana from Fever FM

Slay Ravan is an interesting online flash game based on Ramayan and is presented by Fever FM. In the game a player has to adorn the role of Rama and aim arrows on the heads of Ravana. There are different types of arrows and some more powerful which can take down two heads of Ravan at a time. But if you miss to hit two consecutive times a head reappears. You can play the game online for free here at the official website of Fever FM.

Kannada Bhadrapada Month 2017 – Bhadra Masa in Karnataka in 2017

Bhadrapada Masam is the sixth month in a traditional Hindu Kannada calendar followed in Karnataka. Kannada Bhadrapada Masa 2017 is from August 22 to September 20. The Mahalya Shradh period is held in this month from September 7 to September 20. Swarna Gouri Vratam (August 24) and Ganesh Chaturthi (August 25) are held in this month. Other auspicious days include Vaman Jayanti, Ananta Chaturdashi, Gaja Gowri Vrata etc.

Pradosh Fasting Dates in Bhadrapada Masam are:
Pradosh – September 3 Pradosh – September 17
Ekadasi Fasting dates in Bhadrapada Masam are: Parivartini Ekadasi – September 2 Indira Ekadasi – September 16
Sankashtahara Chathurthi Vrata dedicated to Ganesha is on September 9, 2017 – Moonrise or Chandrodaya is at 9:04 PM – Indian Standard Time.

Kannada Bhadrapad Month 2017 Shukla Paksh and Krishna Paksha Kannada Bhadrapad Masa 2017 Shukla Paksha (Waxing phase of moon) is from August 22 to September 6. Kannada Bhadra Masam 2017 Krishna Paksha (Waning phase of moon) is from Septe…

Apara Paksha 2017 dates – Apar Paksa Period in Orissa in 2017

Apara Paksha, or Apar Paksh, is observed during the Krishna Paksha, or waxing phase of moon, in of Bhadrab month in Orissa. Apara Paksha 2016 (dates) is from September 6 to September 19. This 15-days or fortnight is dedicated to observing Tarpan, Pinda Dan and Shradh rituals for dead relatives, parents and ancestors. It is observed for 15 days and begins the day after the Purnima or full moon day in Bhadrab month ends with Mahalaya rituals on Amabasya day or no moon day.
There is a belief that the rites and rituals offered to the dead parents, relatives and ancestors during this period reach them soon and their souls will rest in peace.
Apara Paksha is popularly known as Pitru Paksha Shradh period in North India and Gujarat and Maharashtra.

Maitreya Upanishad Teachings

Sound, touch, and others which seem to be Artha (wealth) are in fact Anartha (evil). The bhutatma (the lower self) clinging to these never remembers the Supreme Truth. Through Tapas (meditation and selfless sacrifice), Sattwa (Stability of the mind) is acquired; through Sattwa, a pure mind is acquired; and through mind, Paramatma (the higher self is reached). Through attaining Atma, one gets liberation. Just as fire, when fuel is exhausted, calms down in itself, so the mind, when its activity is exhausted, becomes inactive and returns to its source. When the mind is calmed down into its source – a person is not affected by the actions performed by him as he is without attachment. It is the mind that constitutes worldly life; this should be purified. Whatever the mind thinks of that nature he becomes; this is the eternal secret. By the purity of the mind one destroys the effect of good and bad actions. When with a pure mind one remains in the Self one enjoys inexhaustible bliss. Maitreya U…

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