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Story of Brahma and Pushkar City

Pushkar in Rajasthan is one of the oldest cities in India and is deeply associated with Hindu religion. The city is associated with Brahma, the creator of the universe.  The story of Brahma and Pushkar city begins with Brahma searching for a divine place to conduct a Mahayajna.
He searched numerous places and finally decided to conduct the yajna in Pushkar.
But the city of Pushkar was in the control of a demon named Vajranash. He practiced Adharma and killed scores of living beings. Brahma's requested the demon to leave the place. But words of peace fell on deaf ears. The demon attacked Brahma.
Brahma took out a lotus flower and chanted a mantra. The lotus flower immediately turned into fierce weapon and killed the demon.
During the fight a petal of the lotus flower fell on earth and the PushkarLake was formed. 
After killing the demon, Brahma performed the yajna and the place became divine.
It is said that to perform the Yajna, Brahma needed the presence of his consort Goddes…

Udyapan for Karva Chauth Fasting – Ujaman or Uddhyapan of Karwa Chauth

Below is the procedure for Udyapan for Karva Chauth Fasting. Ujaman or Uddhyapan is performed after Karwa Chauth fasting. Woman can perform this Udyapan of Karva Chauth before or after marriage to wish god to bless them for a happy married life.
Please note that this article was provided by a reader of the blog and might not be applicable in all regions in India. You can make necessary changes to fit into your region or community observance.
1)    Place a set of four pooris at each 13 spots in a big plate 2)    Put lumps of halwa on each set of pooris 3)     Keep a saree and some money according to your financial statues. It is offered to the mother in law. It is called Bayana, the women doing Udyapan should give this Bayana to their mother in law respectably and should touch their feet to take blessing. 5)    Then apply some roli and rice on the edges of the plate 6)    Then give this plate to your mother in law respectfully and touch her feet to take her blessing.  7)    The mother…

Bhimchandi Devi Jayanti

Bhimchandi Devi is a fierce manifestation of Mother Goddess Shakti. Bhimchandi Devi Jayanti is believed to be the day when Goddess appeared on earth. Bhimchandi Devi Jayanti 2018 date is August 28. It is observed on the second day of the Krishna Paksha of Bhadrapad month (August – September) as per traditional Hindu calendar followed in North India.
Bhimchandi is of volatile temperament and she unleashes trouble and misfortune in the lives of those who follow Adharma. She also blesses her devout and Dharmic devotees with peace and prosperity.
The most important offering to the Goddess is Vermilion. Red flowers, sweets and water are also offered to the Goddess.

Pooruruttathi Nakshatra Matching Stars for Marriage – Pooruruttathi Nakshatra Marriage Compatibility

Pooruruttathi Nakshatram matching stars for marriage in details is given below. Pooruruttathiis the 25th birth star among the 27 Nakshatra in Hindu horoscope and astrology. Pooruruttathi marriage compatibility or the very best matching stars are Vishakam, Moolam and Uthiradam.
Other good matching stars with Pooruruttathi are Ashwthy, Punirtham (1st, 2nd and 3rd quarter), Uthiram (2nd, 3rd and 4th quarter), Atham, Chithira, Chothi, Anizham, Pooradam, Thiruonam, Avittam, Chathyam and Pooruruttathi (1st, 2nd and 3rd quarter).
Bharani, Kartika, Rohini, Makayiram, Thiruvathira, Punirtham (4th quarter), Pooyam, Magham, Pooram, Uthiram (1st quarter), Triketta, Pooruruttathi (4th quarter) and Uthrittathi are okay – means not bad.
Stars that do not match with Pooruruttathi are Ayiliyam and Revathi.

Love is the ambrosia which adds beauty and charm to life – Mata Amritanandamayi

Be a beginner, a child, in front of God, in front of the divine.
Attaching oneself to the transient nature of the world is the cause of all sorrows and sufferings.
Always remember that when dusk arrives, it already has dawn in its womb.
Along with knowledge about the world, we have to understand ourselves. Only then will our education be complete.
Love is the ambrosia which adds beauty and charm to life.
Patience, love and forgiveness are the three needed qualities to maintain a good relationship.
Mata Amritanandamayi