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Makar Rashi Tree – Which is the tree associated with Makara Rashi Born People?

There are trees associated with each 12 Rashis. Makar Rashi also has a particular tree dedicated to it. People born on each Rashi should worship the particular tree. The tree associated and worshipped by Makara Rashi Born people is East Indian Rosewood.
East Indian Rosewood is the English name and the scientific name is Dalbergia Latifolia.


Hindi name of the Pushya Nakshatra Tree is kala-shisham Telugu name is iruguducettu  Malayalam name is itti Tamil Name is nukkam Kannada name is beete In Marathi it is known as kalarukh Bengali name is
Makar Rashi born people should plant the East Indian Rosewood. Water it. They should also protect the East Indian Rosewood.

Dhanu Rashi Tree – Which is the tree associated with Dhanu Rashi Born People?

There are trees associated with each 12 Rashis. Dhanu Rashi also has a particular tree dedicated to it. People born on each Rashi should worship the particular tree. The tree associated and worshipped by Dhanu Rashi Born people is Pipal Tree.
Pipal is the English name and the scientific name is or Ficus Religiosa.


Hindi name of the Pushya Nakshatra Tree is Pipal Telugu name is Bodhi-drumamu Malayalam name is Arayal Tamil Name is Aracu Kannada name is Arali In Marathi it is known as Pimpal Bengali name is Asbattha
Dhanu Rashi born people should plant the Pipal Tree. Water it. They should also protect the Pipal Tree.

Yamai Devi – About Goddess Yamai Mata

Goddess Yamai Devi is a manifestation of Mother Goddess Durga and in this form she is widely worshipped in Maharashtra. ‘Ye Mai’ in marathi means ‘come mother’. Yamai Mata is also known as Mahishasur Mardini Yamai.

Popular temples dedicated to Yamai Devi are located at Aundh near Satara and at Rashin near Ahmednagar in Maharashtra.
Legend has it that Goddess Lakshmi of Kolhapur and Lord Jyotiba invited her by calling ‘Ye Mai.’ She thus came to the region and was called Yamai Devi.
Yamai Devi is the family deity or Kul devata of many families in Maharashtra.

Correspondence course in communicative Sanskrit at M S University of Baroda

Correspondence course in communicative Sanskrit at M S University of Baroda is in association with Sanskrit-Bharati, an organization actively working at national and international levels to promote Sanskrit.  Times of India reports  The department of Sanskrit, Pali and Prakrit of MSU's faculty of arts has designed the course with the support of Sanskrit-Bharati, an organization actively working at national and international levels to promote Sanskrit.  It has designed four different levels of this correspondence course named 'pravesh', 'parichaya', 'shiksha' and 'kovida'. At present, the department will offer the elementary 'pravesh' level.
After completion the students will know the basics of Sanskrit grammar which is enough to converse in simple Sanskrit and start understanding many words in 'shlokas'.  "This course will help to enrich vocabulary significantly and the students will be able to express themselves freely in Sanskr…

Vrischika Rashi Tree – Which is the tree associated with Vrischik Rashi Born People?

There are trees associated with each 12 Rashis. Vrischika Rashi also has a particular tree dedicated to it. People born on each Rashi should worship the particular tree. The tree associated and worshipped by Vrischika Rashi Born people is cutch tree.

Cutch tree is the English name and the scientific name is or Acacia catechu
Hindi name of the Tula Rashi Tree is Khair Telugu name is Chandra Malayalam name is Karinagalli Tamil Name is Karanagalli Kannada name is Kaggali In Marathi it is known as  khair Bengali name is khayer
Vrischika Rashi born people should plant the cutch tree. Water it. They should also protect the cutch tree.

Each thought and action has the power to brighten or darken many lives – Mata Amritanandamayi

Our roads and homes are becoming bigger and bigger, but our minds and vision are becoming narrower and narrower.
Spirituality is all about feeling and participating in the problems and pains of others.
Develop the ability to stand back as a witness to your thoughts. This will make your mind strong.
Each thought and action has the power to brighten or darken many lives.
If you remember God and chant your mantra, you will quickly become calm and peaceful.
The sorrows of others should never become our happiness. Nor should their happiness bring us sorrow.
Mata Amritanandamayi