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Pooyam Matching Stars for Marriage – Pooyam Nakshatra Marriage Compatibility

Pooyam Nakshatra matching stars for marriage in details is given below. It is the eighth birth star among the 27 Nakshatra in Hindu horoscope and astrology. Pooyam marriage compatibility or the very best matching stars are Punirtham and Revathi Other good matching stars with Pooyam are Bharani, Rohini, Makayiram (3rd and 4th quarter), Thiruvathira, Anizham, Thiruonam, Pooruruttathi and Uthrittathi. Ashwathy, Kartika, Makayiram (1st and 2nd quarter), Pooyam, Ayiliyam, Atham, Chothi, Vishakam (4th quarter), Triketta, Moolam, Pooradam, Uthiradam (1st quarter), Avittam and Chathayam are okay – means not bad. Stars that do not match with Pooyam are Magham, Pooram, Uthiram, Chithira, Vishakam (1st, 2nd and 3rd quarter) and Uthiradam (2nd, 3rd and 4th quarter).

Malayalam Calendar 2014 Online – Download Kerala Calendar 2014 in PDF format for free

Malayalam Calendar 2014 in pdf for download is provided by the Deepika Newspaper and Kerala Kaumudi (not yet updated) in Kerala. Last year Mathurbhumi had also provided their calendar online but they have stopped it. Malayala Manorama does not provide the 2014 calendar online for free. The 2014 Malayalam calendar contains important festivals in Kerala and uses Malayalam language to mention Nakshatram and festival details. You can visit the newspaper website and download it here -  Deepika Malayalam Calendar 2014 Kerala Kaumudi Calendar 2014 in PDF format - You download it here at  Kerala Kaumudi calendar 2014 .

Swami Virajananda Teachings on Ahimsa

Teachings on Ahimsa by Swami Virajananda. That Ahimsa (Non-injury) is the supreme virtue is no doubt true. But merely professing it by word of mouth is worse than useless; merely refraining from killing animals, as for example, not taking fish or meat, is not Ahimsa. True non-injury can only be practiced when God is seen in all beings, that is, when the Self is realized. The very nature of living necessarily involves at every moment, whether knowingly or unknowingly, destruction of or injury to the lives of countless beings, visible and invisible. The Yogis practise austerities by living upon milk, because it is a purely Sattvic food. But to obtain that milk the calf which has its birthright to the whole of its mother’s milk, has to be deprived of a part of its natural food. Is this not an act of injury or cruelty? But the more one can live without consciously injuring or harming others, so much the better. However, by the habitual practice of real non-injury, o