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Rameshwaram Temple Darshan Timings

RameshwaramTemple in Tamil Nadu is open daily for darshan from 5 AM in the morning to 1:00 PM in the afternoon and from 3:00 PM in the afternoon to 9:00 PM in the night. There will be change in timings once or twice a year during important festivals. The temple will be open for longer hours. Rameshwaram Temple Daily Puja Timings is given below:  Details of Puja Timings in RameshwaramTemple: 5:00 AM – Early morning Deeparadhana known as Palliyarai Deeparathana
5.10 AM – Early morning second Deeparadhana known as Spadigalinga Deeparathana
5.45 AM – Thiruvananthal Deeparathana
7:00 AM – Vila Puja
10:00 AM – Kalasanthi Puja
12:00 PM – Noon Puja - Uchikala Puja
6.00 PM – Sayaratcha Puja
8.30 PM – Arthajama Puja
8.45 PM – Palliyarai Puja
The numerous Teerthas and subsidiary temples are also open from 5 AM in the morning to 1:00 PM in the afternoon and from 3:00 PM in the afternoon to 9:00 PM in the night.

Banashankari Temple, Bangalore Darshan Timings

ShreeBanashankariDeviTemple located at Banashankari in Kanakapura Main Road in Bangalore is a popular Shakti Shrine in the city. Detail darshan timings of the temple is given below. Special darshan timings on Tuesday, Friday and Sunday.

BanashankariDeviTemple Darshan Timings: Pooja Timing – Tuesday – Friday – Sunday Tuesday 6.00 AM to 1.00 PM and 3.00 PM to 9.00 PM
Friday 6.00 AM to 1.00 PM and 4.30 PM to 9.30 PM
Sunday 6.00 AM to 1.00 PM and 4.30 PM to 9.30 PM
Darshan Timing on Monday – Wednesday – Thursday - Saturday 6.00 AM to 1.00 PM 4.30 PM to 8.00 PM
Daily Abhisheka Timing: Morning: 6:30 AM to 8:30 AM
Pooja Timing Change During Rahu Kala: Sunday 4:30 PM to 6:00 PM
Tuesday 3:00 PM to 4:30 PM
Friday 10:30 AM to 12:00 PM

Goddess Vimala in Hinduism

Goddess Vimala is an incarnation of Mother Goddess Shakti. She appeared on earth from the body part of Sati that fell on earth after the famous episode of Shiva carrying the body of Sati around the universe and Vishnu cutting it with his Sudharshana Chakra to save the world from total destruction.
Goddess Vimala appeared where the crown of Goddess Sati fell on earth.
A group of scholars claim that the spot is located at Kireetkona village, 3 Km from Lalbag Court Road station under district Murshidabad, West Bengal, India.
Some scholars claim that the place is located on the banks of Ganga at Batnagar in Bangladesh. This temple is one among the 51 Shaktipeetahs.
Please note that the spot where the navel of Goddess Sati fell is also dedicated to Goddess Vimla. A popular temple dedicated to Goddess Vimala is located at Puri in Orissa.

Manuscripts from the Archives of Bharat Ithihaas Samshodak Mandal Digitized

More that 40, 000 manuscripts from the archives of Bharat Ithihaas Samshodak Mandal, including those dating back to the 14th century AD, have been digitized and will be digitally available at national libraries for academic research. Rare documents in Persian, Kannada, Tamil, Marathi and Sanskrit are part of the archives of Bharat Ithihaas Samshodak Mandal.

Bharat Itihas Sanshodhak Mandal, popularly known as Itihas Sanshodhak Mandal or just ‘Mandal’, is an Indian institute providing resources and training for historical researchers. It is located at Pune in Maharashtra. Indian Express reports
A team from the NMM worked at the Mandal for the past few months to ensure that these bundles are preserved for posterity. Each bundle contains 10-1,000 documents.  The manuscripts contribute significantly towards research for scriptures and literature in the country. The documents contain texts from the Mahabharata, Ramayana, Puranas and Rig Veda along with the stotras and yagnas they contain. O…

A man of perfection is one who does not identify himself with his mental or emotional estimation of things – Swami Chinmayananda

Self-realization is not a melancholy parade, crawling to a pre-destined tomb, but it is a joyous ride to the Palace of Truth, from which man has wandered away in his own ignorance and confusion.
A Perfect Man is one who has lifted himself from the world of his mind—intellect and has awakened to his inner Spiritual Nature.
A Man of Perfection is one whose beloved object, the Self can never be apart from him. And he has no sense of attachment with any other object. Having attained the Self, the inhabitant of his heart, he has such a complete sense of fulfillment that he has no desire for attaining anything. The Self being the All, he has at once attained everything.
A Man of Perfection is one who does not identify himself with his mental or emotional estimation of things. Also to one who has won over joy and grief, and who has gained a certain amount of detachment from external objects, desire for obtaining the pleasant or the unpleasant is no emotion at all. Where there is no desire, …