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Abhimanyu in Mahabharat – Story of Abhimanyu

Abhimanyu was the son of Arjuna (the third of the Pandava brothers) and Subhadra (sister of Sri Krishna) in the Mahabharata. He had married Uttara, the daughter of King of Virata. The story of Abhimanyu has continued to inspire generations as he died fighting like a true warrior at a young age of 16.
Abhimanyu was treacherously killed by the Kauravas on the 13th day of the Kurukshetra battle in the Mahabharata. He had fought heroically and breached the Chakravyuha formation created by the Kauravas. But he was trapped inside and killed. Six Maharathas – Drona, Karna, Kripa, Ashwathama, Duryodhana, and Duhshasana – and numerous other warriors together had attacked Abhimanyu. Before falling down, Abhimanyu had killed scores of Kauravas including many important warriors like Martikavata of Bhoja, Shatrunjaya, Chandraketu, Mahavega, Suvarcha and Suryabhasa. He also killed younger brothers of Shalya and Karna, Vastiya, Shalya’s son, one hundred princes of various kingdoms, Lakshmana (Duryo…

Srirangam Temple Calendar 2015 in pdf – Free Srirangam Ranganatha Swamy Temple Calendar 2015 with Pictures of Srihari Vishnu

The Srirangam Temple Calendar 2015 in pdf contains important festival dates in the famous SrirangamRanganathaSwamyTemple at Tamil Nadu. The calendar has seven beautiful images of Sri Namperumal (Srihari Vishnu) during various Sevas. The calendar is free for download and is in pdf format.
The pictures are that of
Pranavahara Vimanam Sri Namperumal Rathnangi Seva Sri Namperumal – Thayar Serthi Seva Sri Namperumal Vimana Padhakka Seva Sri Namperumal Muthu Kreedam Seva Sri Namperumal Thanga Kili with Pulinaga Malai Sri Ranganachiar

Link - you can download Srirangam Temple Calendar 2015 in pdf here

Ishwara Gita Teachings

Know that the soul is of a pure and subtle nature, unaffected by external or internal object; it is invisible, but manifests itself as Purusha, Prakriti, Mahaeshwara and Time.
Through the supreme soul (Paramatman) this universe is produced and annihilated; for it is the cause of Maya which delusively displays an endless variety of apparently exiting forms.
But the supreme soul itself neither creates nor is created; it is neither earth nor sea; fire nor air; nor hearing, touch, sight, smell nor taste; it has neither feet, nor hands, nor other organs; it neither acts nor suffers, for it is neither Purusha nor Prakriti, nor Maya: for, as the mind is distinct from the thoughts which arise in it, so is the supreme soul distinct from the illusive appearances which it generates; and as the shadow in water is separate from its object, so is the soul of each created being from the illusion which it contemplates; because, when released from liability of transmigration, the liberated soul beco…