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Akkalkot Swami Maharaj Jayanti

Akkalkot Maharaj, popularly known as Swami Samarth, is believed to be an incarnation of Sri Dattatreya and is a very popular saint in Maharashtra . Akkalkot Maharaj Jayanti 2023 date is March 23. He lived at a place named Akkalkot near Solapur in Maharashtra from 1856 AD to 1878 AD and thus the name Akkalkot Maharaj. Akkalkot Swami Maharaj Jayanti is annually observed on the Chaitra Shukla Paksha Dwitiya day – second day during the waxing phase of moon in Chaitra Month. There are some striking similarities between Swami Samarth and Shirdi Sai Baba. Akkalkot Maharaj performed numerous miracles during this life time and his devotees even today continue to experience his miracles. His teachings are simple and inspired the common people who came in contact with him. Swami Samarth says - Fear not, I am always with you. Surrender your ego and offer your unconditional love and I will fill you with immortal bliss. He extols the Vedic teachings when he says Harm no

Official Government Website for Hindu Temples in Karnataka

The Department of Religious and Charitable Endowments i.e. Muzrai Department in Karnataka has created an official website for Hindu Temples in Karnataka. Apart from providing information on temples in Karnataka, the website aims to provide online puja booking and accommodation. Government believes that this will help devotees in avoiding the long queues during special occasions. The website - www.karnatakatemplesyatra.kar.nic.in DNA India reports  Chief minister DV Sadananda Gowda, who launched the website on Wednesday, said the site is not only about poojas, devotees can also book accommodation and other services online.  “The state has already released `60 crore for temples, and is committed to release additional funds for the same after the budget. The website will help in providing greater linkages for people,” the CM said.  “For now, six temples are included on the website. In the consecutive stages, we will add more. Kolluru Mukambika temple, Nanjanagud Shiva templ

Bharavi Teachings

Those who wish good of their friends should not please them with words which are not true. The friendship of the bad is like the shade of some precipitous river bank with crumbling sides, which, falling, buries him who is beneath. There should not be any ambiguity in the use of words. There should not be any repetition, and the desirability of the sense should never be trampled upon. The man who wishes to rise should first dispel the darkness of anger by his intellect. He who although powerful does not resist the encroachments of the darkness of delusion arising from anger, destroys all the wealth and power. Fortunes, fleeting like the autumnal clouds, cannot be retained by those whose senses are unsteady. Related Bharavi Quotes Bharavi was a 6th century Sanskrit poet who wrote Kiratarjuniya based on the Mahabharata.