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Kattil Mekkathil Devi Temple Timings

Kattil Mekkathil Devi Temple is a unique shrine dedicated to Mother Goddess Bhagavati at Ponmana, near Chavara in Kollam District, in Kerala. Kattil Mekkathil Devi Temple Timings is given in detail below with morning and evening opening and closing time. The temple time will be extended during important rituals and festivals. There will be time change during Grahanam or eclipse. Kattil Mekkathil Devi Temple Timings Morning Darshan Time 5:00 AM to 12:00 PM Evening Darshan Time 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM The most important time to have darshan is during the deeparadhana in the morning and evening time. During Malayalam Vrishchikam month (November – December), there are special rituals in the shrine. During the first twelve days of Vrischikam month people can put up kudil (traditional tent) and sit in Bhajanam in the temple premises. Special boat service (Jangar) is available to reach the temple.

Powerful Kali Mantra – Goddess Kali Mantra for Desire Fulfillment

The mantras associated with Goddess Kali are powerful and should be used carefully by a devotee. Kali is kind mother and unimaginable fierce fury of nature – she can bless or destroy. Here is a Goddess Kali Mantra for fulfillment of desires. This eight letter Kali Mantra is highly powerful. The Mantra: क्रीं क्रीं क्रीं क्रीं क्रीं स्वाहा Kreem, Kreem, Kreem, Kreem, Kreem, Swaha. A person should always maintain the perfect balance of Dharma, Artha, Kama and Moksha. Every aspect of life should be governed by Dharma – (loosely defined as righteousness – there is no correct word to define Dharma in English). Why Mantras are Ineffective in the Present Age? Most mantras are ineffective in the present age because the devotee does not follow Dharma. The devotee is the slave of the senses. Control of the senses is essential for the success of any mantra. When Should Kali Mantra be Chanted? The mantra should be chanted on Ashtami, Navami and Amavasya (eighth, ninth a

Chemistry during the Vedic Age

Concepts of chemistry were found during the Vedic age. The remarkable expositions of Nyaya Sutra of Gautama and Vaiseshika Darshana of Kanda explain about the use of chemistry during the Vedic period. Metallurgy was highly developed during the Vedic age. The people of the era had the knowledge of casting and forging of metals. Utensils, vessels, armors, tools and ornaments were made from metals and alloys. High quality swords were made during the period and this suggests the people of the Vedic age had the knowledge of iron extraction from ores, smelting and other metallurgical process. Gold, silver, copper, lead, tin and alloys such as bronze and copper-tin are mentioned in the Vedas. Vedic Hindus had the knowledge of tanning of hides and making using of natural vegetable coloring material for dyeing. Rig Veda also mentions about the technique of fermenting – especially of soma juice and barely. Curd and other items from milk were produced using fermentation. Manu