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Purvashada Nakshatra Tree – Which is the tree associated with Purvashada birth star Born People?

There are trees associated with each 27 nakshatrams or birth stars. Purvashada Nakshatra also has a particular tree dedicated to it. People born on each nakshatra should worship the particular tree. The tree associated and worshipped by Purvashada Nakshatra Born People is Indian Willow or Salix Tetrasperma. Hindi name of the Purvashada Nakshatra Tree is Bod or Bains Telugu name is Malayalam name is Vanchi Tamil Name is Atrupalai Kannada name is Niranji In Marathi it is known as Bengali name is  Panijama Purvashada Nakshatra born people should plant the Bile Killer or Indian Willow. Water it. They should also protect the tree.

Yoga can literally alter our DNA for the better – Yoga can Extend your life

Recent studies out of Harvard University and the University of Calgary indicates that Yoga can literally our DNA for the better. The Calgary study found that practicing yoga can also extend your life. Earthables Writes The researchers discovered that yoga has an epigenetic effect, which means that it alters the expression of the genes without changing the genetic code itself.  Yoga, they said, can positively improve metabolic function on a cellular level, improving the body’s ability to absorb nutrients and prevent the development of chronic diseases.  In addition to the changes in DNA, the researchers found another remarkable change: the body was more resistance to oxidative stress, which is “an imbalance between the production of free radicals and the ability of the body to counteract or detoxify their harmful effects through neutralization by antioxidants.” In more simple terms, that means a body that functions better and has a lower risk for developing disease.

Palani Rathotsavam – Palani Temple Chariot Festival

Palani Rathotsavam is the annual chariot festival organized in the Palani Temple in Thai month. Three different types of chariots are pulled during the 10-day festival. The chariots are pulled on the 6th and 7th day of the festival. Palani Temple Chariot festival 2023 date is February 2, Feb 3 and February 4. It is observed the previous day of Thaipusam (February 5, 2023). Kavadi of various types are offered to Murugan at Palani temple during the period. On the 6th day, there is procession of Lord Muruga with Valli and Deivanai in the Silver Car. During this, Kavadi dance and rural musical-dance are performed. On the 7th day there is "Thai Theru" (wooden Car) and thousands of devotees participate in this. On the 8th day "Chinna Kumarar" goes round in His Golden Car.

Ekatala - One of the Suladi Sapta Talas

Ekatala is one of the suladi sapta talas (beats in music). This consists of only one laghu as its anga. Ekatala has 14 aksharas (syllables). Tala system (system of rhythmic cycles), through very complex, is mathematically calculated, making it easy to understand. There are seven basic types of talas. Each tala comprises one or more of three angas or components: Laghu, a clap and finger count; Drutam, a clap and a wave; Anudrutam, a clap The seven talas are Dhruva (one laghu, one drutam and two laghus) Matya (one laghu, one drutam and one laghu) Rupaka (one drutam and one laghu) Jampa (one laghu, one anudrutam, and one drutam) Triputa (one laghu and two drutams) Ata (two laghus and two drutams) Eka (one laghu) Four Major rhythms used in Indian classical music are Tintala (16 beats) Ekatala (12 beats) Jhaptala (10 beats) Rupaka (7 beats) The most common rhythms used in light Indian classical music are: Kaharba (8 beats) Dadara (6 beats)