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Saraswati Kavach and Yantra for Performing Well in Exams

For performing well in studies and exams, Hindus take refuge in Goddess Saraswati, the Goddess of learning and arts. Sarasvati Kavach and Yantra are used by students to improve concentration and memory power. The benefits include better performance in exams.

What are Sarasvati Kavach and Yantra?
Sarasvati Kavach and Yantra are two different divine representation of Goddess Saraswati.
A Yantra is also a visual form of mantras. The power of the mantras are captured in it. It is kept in puja room.
Sarasvati Kavach as per astrologers is made during shubh muhurat (rare auspicious time period in a year). Mantras for auspiciousness are chanted and the Pran Pratishta is performed by priests. It can be worn on a part of the body.
Hindu Blog view
Sarasvati Kavach and Yantra will not perform any miracles. It will only help in improving confidence level. A student using the divine items should also work hard.

Rewasa Dham at Sikar in Rajasthan – Rewasa Temple

Rewasa Dham, a 16th century temple, is located at Sikar in Rajasthan and is dedicated to Bhagvan Sri Ram and Shri Agradeva Maharaj. It is believed that Mata Sita gave darshan to Agradeva Maharaj in the spot where the present day temple stands. The temple is associated with the Shri Ramanada Sect and numerous incidents from life of Bhagvan Sri Ram are depicted on the walls of the temple.

Opening and Closing Time of the Temple Morning Darshan Time – 7:00 AM to 12:00 PM Evening Puja Time – 3:00 PM to 9:00 PM
The most important festivals observed at the temple are Ramnavami, Janaki Navami, Janmashtami and Shri Agracharya Jayanti.
The temple is around 100 km from Jaipure.
Nearest Railway Station is Goria Railway Station at 4 kms.

Practice forgiveness and thus you will have no enemy – Ramayan

Desire, passion and the like are the enemies. Of these passion is alone capable of impeding the path of emancipation. Under its influence man kills fathers, brothers, friends and those who are attached to him.
All mental fever has its root in passion. Passion is the great cord that binds the world. Passion is the destroyer of virtue, do thou therefore relinquish passion.
Take thyself to forgiveness, thus thou shalt have no enemy. Different from the body, the organs of sense, the life breaths and the intellect, self effulgent, unchangeable is the pure formless atma (self).
So long as people do not know the self to be distinct from the body, the sense organs and the life breaths, they are trouble by worldly sorrows and are under the influence of death. Do thou therefore always contemplate in they heart upon thyself as distinct from the body.
These advices were given by Bhagvan Sri Ram to Lakshman when an angry Lakshman wanted Sri Ram to give him permission to defeat Bharata and his moth…