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Ramayan on Radio Station Fever 104 FM with Voice Over by Bollywood and other professionals

Radio station Fever 104 FM is bringing the epic Ramayan on its FM radio stations in India with voiceovers by professional voice over artists especially famous actors from Bollywood. Ramayana will be aired on Radio station Fever 104 FM from October 8, 2010 at 7 AM (IST). Famous Bollywood actors like Naseeruddin Shah will be giving voice to Ravan, Anupam Kher will be giving voice to Dasharath. Earlier Play Slay Ravan Game Online for free – Flash Game Based on Ramayana from Fever FM

Gujarati Ashvin Mahina 2017 – Aso Month in 2017 in Gujarati Calendar

Ashvin Mahina, or Aso Month, is the last month in a traditional Gujarati calendar followed in Gujarat, India. Ashvin Mahina 2017 in Gujarati Calendar begins on September 21 to October 19, 2017. Ashvin Month is a highly auspicious month the 9-day Navratras festival, Dasara, Sharad Puja, Karva Chouth, Lakshmi Puja, Dhanteras and Diwali falls in the month.

Ekadasi Fasting Dates in Ashvina Mahina
Pashankusha Ekadasi – October 1 Rama Ekadasi – October 15
Pradosh Fasting Dates in Ashvina Mahina
Pradosh – October 3
Pradosh – October 17
Sankashti Chaturthi monthly fasting dedicated to Ganesha in Ashwin Month is on October 8, Sunday – Moonrise or Chandrodaya is at 8:33 PM – Indian Standard Time.

Ashwin Mahina Sud Padavo and Vad Padavo – Shukla Paksha and Krishna Paksha Ashvin Gujarati calendar 2017 Sud Padvo (Waxing phase of moon) is from September 21 to October 5. Ashwin Month 2017 Vad Padvo Paksha (Waning phase of moon) is from October 6 to October 19.

Purnima in Gujarati Ashvina month Ashvin Pu…

Swami Ramdas Teachings

Your happiness or misery depends on your state of mind and not upon your external conditions or circumstances. When your mind impelled by desires is flitting from object to object, craving for possession and enjoyment, it lives in a state of restlessness which itself is miserly. After possession of the object, come cares and anxieties, after its loss follow grief and pain.

The small amount of happiness you derive here is like a tiny, flickering light in a thick, vast mass of darkness; it dies out in a moment only to envelop you in a worse enthralling gloom.

Know this: the object you crave for is perishable and transient in itself.

How then can lasting peace be derived from it? Hence when the mind wanders in the midst of this ever changing, impermanent medley of forms and things, it experiences nothing but pain and sorrow. Now then, direct your vision inward and behold God within – that eternal seat of all bliss and peace.

Swami Ramdas (1884 – 1963)