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Nimbu Mirchi In Front Of Homes And Shops – Reason - Is Hanging Nimbu Mirchi Superstition?

Nimbu Mirchi tied on the doorways of shops, business establishments and Hindu homes is a common sight in India. But why is it hung on the door? Is Nimbu Mirchi Superstition? Nimbu Mirchi tied on a thread are hung outside the door to keep away Alakshmi, or Jyestha, who is considered inauspicious. Alakshmi is the sister of Goddess Lakshmi, the Hindu goddess of fortune and prosperity. But Alakshmi brings poverty and misery. Alakshmi likes sour, pungent and hot things. Therefore shopkeepers, merchants and people tie nimbu mirchi on the doorways of their shops and homes so that Alakshmi will only come up to the door and eat her favorite food and satisfy her hunger and leave without entering the shop or house. It is believed that after consuming nimbu and mirchi, Alakshmi loses her urge to enter the house or shop. She will turn around without casting her malevolent eye. Is Nimbu Mirchi Superstition? Yes, it is a superstition if you are non-believer. For a believer it gives hope and

Jwalaji Temple Timings in Himachal Pradesh – Opening Darshan and Closing Time at Jwalamukhi Temple

Jwalaji Temple at Kangara in Himachal Pradesh is famous for the eternal burning of flames. Opening Darshan and Closing Time at Jwalamukhi Temple in detail is given below. Please not that there will change in timings during Chaitra Navratri (March – April) and Sharad Navratri (September – October) and other important temple festivals. The temple will remain closed during eclipse or graham. The temple is open from 4:30 AM to 10:30 PM without a break. Important Aartis are at Mangal Aarti – 5:00 AM Noon Aarti – 12:00 PM Evening Aarti – 7:00 PM Last Aarti - Evening 10.00 PM

12 names of Hanuman ji in English and Hindi – Chant It for Change of Fortune

Hanuman is known by numerous names but there are 12 names of Hanuman, which are considered highly auspicious. Below is the 12 names of Hanuman ji in English and Hindi with meaning and explanation. Chanting the names helps in attaining peace and prosperity. Those who regularly chant it have seen change in their fortune. A person should chant the mantra after waking up from sleep and before going to bed. The 12 names are together known as Dwadasha Namavali. It is mentioned in several Puranas. 12 names of Hanuman ji in English Hanuman Anjanisunu (son of Anjani) Vayuputra (son of Vayu) Mahabal (blessed with unimaginable strength) Rameshta (favorite of Sri Ram) Phalguna-sakha (Friend of Arjuna of Mahabharata) Pingaksho (he whose eyes are brown) Amitavikram (one who performs incredible feats) Udadhikramana (the ocean crosser) Seetashokavinashini (one who alleviated the sadness of Mata Sita) Lakshmanprandata (One who saved the life of Lakshmana) Dashgriv-Darpaha (One

Sri Yantra Mantra

The deity associated with Sri Yantra is Goddess Tripura Sundari. Below is the Sri Yantra Mantra and a short note on when and how to chant the mantra. The mantra is to be chanted after placing the Sri Yantra in a sacred spot in the house or shop. Sri Yantra Mantra ॐ श्रीं ह्रीं श्रीं कमले कमलालये प्रसीद प्रसीद श्रीं लीं श्री ॐ महालक्ष्मये नम : । Om Sri hreem Sreem Kamale Kamalalye Prasida Prasida Sreem Leem Shri Om Mahalakshmaye Namah When to buy or make Sri Yantra The best day to buy or make Sri Yantra is when there is Ravi Pushya Yoga, Guru Pushya Amrut Yoga, during Navratri and Diwali. The Yantra can also be made on Pushya Nakshatra day. How to Chant the Mantra? While chanting the mantra one should imagine the form of Goddess Tripura Sundari. To chant the mantra one can use rudraksha mala or kamal gatta mala. The mantra should be chanted 51 or 108 times. Sri Yantra Mantra can be chanted during Chaitra and Sharad Navratri. Another auspicious day