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Chandeshwar – Shiva as Chandeshwara

Chandeshwar is one of the manifestations of God Shiva. Chandeshwara is a kind and benevolent aspect of Shiva. Chandeshwar is also one among the Shivlings mentioned in the Kashi Khand. The term is also used to refer to an attendant of Shiva who is believed to have been a cowherd.
It is stated that one who worships Chandeshwar Shivling will not have rebirth and will escape from all dangers and worries.
Chandeshwar in human form is depicted as sitting on a lotus-throne. He holds arrow, axe, bow, club, hatchet, noose, rosary, trident and water jar. Snakes are also associated with Chandeshwar form.
ChandeshwarShivlingTemple in Varanasi is located near the BhishmaChandiDeviTemple on the Cariappa Marg in Sadar Bazar locality.
Chandeshwar temples are also located in Karnataka and Goa.

English Book – Srimad Bhagavad Gita: Solution of Life Problems – Download for Free

Srimad Bhagavad Gita: Solution of Life Problems is a commentary on Bhagavad Gita credited to Bengali Baba and was published in 1944. The book is currently available for free download in pdf format at the website of the Central Archaeology Library in New Delhi. The book is a commentary of the Bhagavad Gita in English with emphasis given on how the teaching in the Gita helps in solving problems in life.
Link – You can download the book here from ASI website - Srimad Bhagavad Gita: Solution of Life Problems (please note that in the link click on the pdf view to download the book)
The pdf file size is 58.2 MB.
You will need a pdf reader installed to read the book.

Dadi Janki on Pure Thoughts

Love, purity, peace, wisdom the more you think of these things the more you will become them.

Weakness blown out of proportion in yourself or in others invite negative thinking. They will destroy you. Learn to shift your focus. Instead think: Though I am not yet pure, I want purity, God is leading me to my destination, so I will definitely become pure.
I will not become pure unless I think about it first.
When you build a house, every brick counts, When you build character, every thought counts.

Dadi Janki is associated with Brahmakumaris