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Shivratri Puja Kab Hai

शिवरात्रि पूजा कब हैं ? Shivratri Puja kab hai 2018 mein. २०१८  मैं शिवरात्रि पूजा फेब्रुअरी १ ३  रात और फेब्रुअरी १४  सुबह है | पूरा टाइम इन फुल डिटेल:

निषित काल पूजा time - 12:10 AM to 1:00 AM (फेब्रुअरी १ ३  रात और फेब्रुअरी १४  सुबह)

चतुर्दशी तिथि - 10:15 PM on Feb 13 to 12:06 AM on Feb 15.

Live Darshan from Mahakaleshwar Temple in Ujjain

The world famous MahakaleshwarTemple in Ujjain dedicated to Shiva is offering live darshan. MahakaleshwarTemple is one of the twelve Jyotirlinga temple in India. Live darshan is available from morning 4:00 AM to 11:00 PM in the night (Indian Standard Time).

Only limited number of people can view the darshan at a time, so the temple management wants devotees having online darshan to be brief and close your session as early as possible so that other people can avail this live darshan.
You can view the live darshan here at the official websiteof Mahakaleshwar Temple(click on link)

You can also try this link if the above link is not working - Live Darshan from Mahakaleshwar Temple.

Anadikalpeshwar Mahadev in Ujjain – Story of Anadikalpeshwar Form of Shiva – 5th Shiva Temple in Ujjain

Anadikalpeshwar Mahadev is worshiped in Ujjain in Madhya Pradesh. It is one of the 84 forms of Shiva worshiped in Ujjain. Those offering prayers to Anadikalpeshwar Mahadev will have sins of all births washed away.

The temple dedicated to Anadikalpeshwar Mahadev is located within the Mahakaleshwar Temple complex in Ujjain.

This form of Shiva is associated with origin of life forms on earth

Anadikalpeshwar Mahadev is counted among the 84 Shiva Temples in Ujjain and it is the 5th temple visited during the parikrama of Shivalayas here.

Story of Anadikalpeshwar Mahadev form of Shiva in Ujjain

Brahma was proud about his creation. He believed he was the creator of all forms in the universe. One day a voice from the sky asked him to go to Mahakaal Vana and find out the beginning and end of a Shivling called Kalpeshwar. If he is able to find out the end and beginning, then he is the creator of all forms.

Brahma went to Mahakaal Vana and attempted to find the end and beginning of the Shivling b…

Mangalvar Vrat: Tuesday Dedicated to Hindu God Lord Hanuman

In Hinduism, each day in a week is dedicated to a particular deity in the Hindu pantheon. Tuesday or Mangalvar is dedicated to Lord Hanuman. Upvaas (fasting) on the day is dedicated to Hanuman and Mangal or Mars. Mangalwar, Tuesday, takes its name from the god Mangal or Mars who rules the day and is considered to be a trouble maker, and the fast is to ward off the harmful effects. Red is the preferred color on the day.

It must be noted here that the Hanuman might not be worshipped on Tuesday in all regions. Some communities might be worshipping some other deity. For example, in South India the day is dedicated to Skanda or Muruga or Kartikeya (Kartik). But generally Tuesday is dedicated to Hanuman.
Mangalvar Vrat is observed by those couples who wish to have a son. Other benefits include happiness in the family. People who believe in astrology observe fast to alleviate the harmful effects associated with the planet mangal or mars.
Those who undertake the fast on Tuesdays only take …

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

There are trees associated with each 27 nakshatrams or birth stars. Dhanishta 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 Dhanishta Nakshatra Born People is Drum stick or moringa oleifera.

Hindi name of the Shravan Nakshatra Tree is Saigan  Telugu name is Mulakkada Malayalam name is Muringa Tamil Name is Muringai Kannada name is Nuggekai In Marathi it is known as Shevga Bengali name is Sajane Dauta
Dhanishta Nakshatra born people should plant the Drum stick or moringa oleifera. Water it. They should also protect the tree.

Ananthapura Lake Temple Timings – Opening – Closing and Pooja Timings at Ananthapura Lake Temple in Kasaragod

Ananthapura Lake Temple is located in Kasaragod in Kerala. Ananthapura Lake Temple Timings with detail opening and closing time is given below. Please note that the pooja and darshan time will extended or curtailed during important rituals. The shrine will remain closed during Grahanam or Eclipse.

Ananthapura Lake Temple Timings

Morning Darshan and Puja Time – 5:30 AM to 12:30 PM

Temple will be closed from 12:30 PM to 5:30 PM

Evening Darshan and Puja Time - 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM

Dhamrai Temple – Sri Madhab Mandir in Dhamrai near Dhaka, Bangladesh

Sri Madhab Mandir at Dhamrai near Dhaka in Bangladesh is dedicated to Lord Jagannath, Subhadra and Balabhadra. Dhamrai Temple is dedicated to incarnations of Lord Vishnu. The murtis worshipped in the temple belongs to Vaishnava tradition. Among the numerous murtis, there is a beautiful murti of Sri Krishna and Rukmini Devi.

The most important festival observed here is the Ratha Yatra or Chariot pulling festival. It is observed on Ashada Shukla Paksha Dwitiya Tithi as per traditional Hindu Lunar Calendar.

Hinduism Quotes on Business Ethics

Know that all this, whatever moves in this moving world, is pervaded by God. Therefore, find your enjoyment in renunciation; do not covet what belongs to others. (Ishavasya Upanishad hymn 1)

Among all the purities, purity in money matters is supreme. One whose earning and monetary given and take is pure, only he is pure, not one who is cleansed with clay and water. (Manusmriti)
The relations between employers and employees or the private entrepreneurs and the laborers, including wages and their payments, were fixed or regulated by contract, which had to be honored by both sides. Breach of understanding or neglect of duty by either of the two sides was not only immoral but resulted in the defaulter being liable to punishment by the state. (Arthasasthra III/14/1-28)

Today’s Hindu Calendar – February 13, 2017 – Tithi, Vrat, Good Time, Nakshatra, Rashi and Festival

Tithi in Hindu Calendar on Monday, February 13, 2017 (Today) – Krishna Paksha Tritiya Tithi or the third day during the waning phase of moon inHindu calendar and Panchang in most regions. It is Krishna Paksha Dwitiya Tithi or the second day during the waning phase of moon till 4:53 AM on Feb 13. Then onward it is Krishna Paksha Tritiya Tithi or the third day during the waning phase of moon till 5:10 AM on Feb 14. All time based on India Standard Time.
How is February 13, 2017 as per Hindu Panchang? – It is a good date till 4:40 PM. Nakshatra – Purva phalguni or Pooram Nakshatra till 9:18 AM on Feb 13. Then onward it is Uttara phalguni or Uthiram Nakshatram till 10:16 AM on Feb 14.
In western parts of India (Maharashtra, Gujarat, Goa and south Rajasthan), it is Purva phalguni or Pooram Nakshatram till 8:59 AM on Feb 13. Then onward it is Uttara phalguni or Uthiram Nakshatram till 9:57 AM on Feb 14.
Rashi or Moon Sign – Simha Rashi till 3:33 PM. Then onward it is Kanya Rashi.
In western p…