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Achyuta Meaning

Achyuta is one among the numerous names of Hindu God Vishnu. General meaning given to Achyuta is ‘unfallen, steadfast imperishable, firm etc.’ Scriptures suggests that the name means that one who does not perish with created things. There is a popular belief that uttering the name Achyuta will help in alleviating diseases – this is mentioned in the Agni Purana. Mahabharata describes Achyuta as one who liberates. Skanda Purana describes the name as he who never changes his nature. You may also like to read Hari – Another name of Vishnu Mukunda – What does it mean?

Vishnu Sahasranamam Lyrics in Hindi

Vishnu Sahsranamam is one of the most popular prayers dedicated to Lord Vishnu. Vishnu Sahasranamam consists of the 1000 names of Lord Vishnu. This is a pdf version of the Vishnusahsranamam lyrics in Hindi. This free version of Vishnu Sahasranamam in Hindi text is provided by Gita Press. You can download Vishnu Sahsranamam lyrics in Hindi here at Gita Press.

Holy Mother Sarada Devi – Wise Sayings

One who speaks out at the proper time is a true friend. There is no use for sympathy at the wrong time. To someone who asked if there is any truth in image worship. Mother said, ‘From time out of mind, innumerable people have worshipped images and thus attained spiritual knowledge. Can you deny this fact? Brahman exists everywhere. Prophets and Incarnations are born to show benighted humanity their way. They give different instructions to suit different temperaments. There are many ways to realize truth. So all these instructions have their relative value. For instance, many birds are perched on the branches of a tree. They are of different colors: white, black, red, yellow, and so on. Their sounds, too, are different. But when they sing we say that the sounds are made by the birds. We do not designate one particular sound only as the sound of the birds, and refuse to acknowledge the other sounds as such.’ Holy Mother Sarada DeviWife Sri Ramakrishna Paramahamsa 

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