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Yantra for Luck

Yantra for luck are those associated with Goddess Lakshmi, Ganesha and Kubera. There is also a special Yantra created by astrologers which is known as Bhagya Vardhak Yantra. Please note that along with the Yantra, prayers, following dharma, devotion and compassion are necessary to achieve luck
One of the most popular Yantra for luck is the Ganesh Lakshmi Yantra. A Yantra is also a visual form of mantras. The power of the mantras is captured in it. In Ganesh Lakshmi Yantra mantras associated with Ganesha and Goddess Lakshmi are captured in it and Pran Pratishta is done.
Kuber Yantra is another popular one associated with luck. Worshipping Kuber Yantra will help in attaining profit in business, there will be gains from investments, will come into possession ancestral property, treasures hidden in property will be found and there will be luck in lottery related matters.

Those people who have family deity can also wear the Yantra of the particular deity for luck.

Vasus in Hinduism

Vasus in Hinduism is the combined name given to eight deities who are worshipped for wealth and prosperity. Bhishma in the Mahabharata is an incarnation of a Vasu. Eight Vasus are Apa or Aha, Dhruva, Soma, Dhara or Dhava, Anila, Anala, Pratyusha and Prabhasa.
Legend has it that one of the Vasus to please his wife stole the Divine Cow Nandhini from the Ashram of Sage Vasishta. Other Vasus joined in the theft. Sage Vasishta who came to know about the theft, cursed the Vasus to be born on earth.
But the Vasus repented the action and asked for forgiveness. Sage Vasishta relented and told them that seven of them will not have to spend a long time on earth and their curse will end soon after their birth. The one who stole the cow was to spend long time on earth practicing and propagating virtue.
To fulfill the curse, Vasus were born on earth as the sons of King Shantanu and Ganga. Before marriage, Ganga had told Shantanu that she should not question any of her actions. If she is questioned…

Shat Panchami – Shata Panchami in Bengal – Shatpanchami Vrata

Shat Panchami is observed on the fifth day during the waxing phase of moon in Ashada Month in Bengal Calendar. Shata Panchami 2018 date is July 17. The rituals on the day are dedicated to Goddess Lakshmi. Shatpanchami Vrata only observed in eastern parts of India.
The day is also observed as Hora Panchami, Sri Lakshmi Vijaya (Bijaya) and Bipadtarini Brata – Vipadtarini Vrata and Puja.

Ulsoor Someshwara Temple – Bangalore

SriSomeshwaraTemple at Ulsoor in Bangalore is a popular shrine in Karnataka dedicated to Hindu God Shiva. It is one of the largest temples in Bangalore area and is famous for its architectural beauty. The temple is unique as there is separate shrine dedicated to Shiva and Vishnu.
Five Shivlings in Temple The Shivling that is worshipped in the temple is Swayambhu – appeared on its own. The temple has five Lingas (panchalingas of Sri Someshwara, Sri Nanjundeshwara, Sri Arunachaleshwara, Sri Bhimeshwara and Sri Chandramoulishwara).
Images of 84 Nayanars The temple also has 84 images of Shivabhaktas called Nayanars whose classless beliefs transcended all barriers of caste, class and gender.
Unique Architecture of Temple The temple has a Garudagamba, Raja Gopura, Bali Peetha, Dhvajasthamba and Vimana Gopura. The popular belief is that seeing the above parts of temple is equal to worshipping the main murti in the temple. As all the five parts are present at UlsoorSomeshwaraTemple visiting the …

Travel to Puri Jagannath Temple to Watch Puri Jagannath Rath Yatra

Millions of devotees wish to travel to Puri Jagannath Temple to watch the Puri Jagannath Rath Yatra but are not will to take the risk owing to lack of tickets, crowd and numerous other reasons. Orissa Government Tourism department has come up numerous packages to help devotees who want to witness the Rath Yatra.
The most interesting of these packages is the rooftop packages organized by the department. Young and old can get a hassle free movement of the Raths on the day.
There are also numerous other packages including the witnessing the Bahuda Yatra (return journey) and also going to the Gundicha temple and ArdhasaniTemple (Mausa Ma temple).
You can get details regarding all Travel plans here at the official website of PuriJagannathTemple.
Related Puri Rath Yatra Live Telecast Online – WatchJagannath Ratha Jatra

Download Tirupati Balaji Temple Panchangam 2013-2014 for Free in PDF format – published by Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams – TTD Telugu Panchanga

Vijayanama Telugu Panchangam, the Telugu Panchanga 2013-2014 published by the Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams (TTD), the official governing body of the TirupatiBalajiTemple, is now available online. The Panchang is for April 2013 to March 2014 and is known as Vijayanama Samvathsara Panchangam.
The Vijayanama Panchangam 2013 – 2014 is in PDF format and you will need the latest version of Acrobat reader to read the Panchangam. You can also save a copy of it using Adobe Acrobat or other readers.
The free Telugu Panchangam can be accessed online and downloaded from the official Tirupati Tirumala temple website. Follow this link to download the panchangam from the official website of TirupatiBalajiTemple – TTD TeluguPanchangam 2013 – 2014.

The Panchangam is also available in Tamil and Kannada but not online.

Sri Sri Babathakur Teachings

I have no mission at all, yet My only mission, the missionless mission, is to spread out this ‘Science of Oneness’, ‘Adhyatma Vidya’, to the people of the world, irrespective of caste, creed, sect, faith, religion, etc., without any sense of restriction or limitation, just like the luminous function of the sun which itself remains unattached by all objects of the creation that it illumines.

Your house to be Ashram
Your body to be temple
Your mind to be priest
Your Self to be Ishta
Wisdom to be your Realization
Knock, knock the heart door, the door will open and all diversities will disappear with the dawn of Self-knowledge.
Enlighten yourself with light of Oneness and gradually you will be illuminated. Sri Sri Babathakur