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Uttara Phalguni Nakshatra 2018 predictions | Uthiram Natchathiram Palangal | Uthiram Nakshatram Phalam

Uttara Phalguni Nakshatra born people will have a good year in 2018. As per Uthiram Natchathiram Palangal, you will see development in various aspects of life year. Uttara Phalguni Nakshatra 2018 predictions (Uthiram Nakshatram Phalam) based on birth star is given below.
February, March, August, October, and December are good months for the Nakshatra.January, April, July, and November are bad months. May, June, September, and November are both good and bad.  This Nakshatra is the 12th birth star among 27 Nakshatrams in Hindu Jyothisham or astrology.
The first quarter or 15 nazhika of Uttara Phalguni Nakshatra is in Simha Rashi (Leo Zodiac) and the next three-quarter or 45 nazhika is in Kanya Rashi (Virgo Zodiac) as per Hindu moon astrology, Panchang and traditional calendar. Uttara Phalguni Nakshatra Career - Job - Business 2018: You will not be happy with career progress and fear of uncertainty will keep you away from taking risks.Good year for career change and for becoming self-emplo…

Amrit Siddhi Yoga 2018 - Amrita Siddhi Yoga Muhurat in 2018

Amrit Siddhi Yoga, also referred as Amrut Siddha Yog, is an auspicious period as per Hindu panchang and calendar. Amrit Siddhi Yoga 2018 dates is given below: This good time is followed in North India and is ideal for various purposes. Amrit Siddhi Yoga is considered auspicious for majority of important ceremonies like house warming, opening of shops, booking of cars etc. The muhurat occurs three or four times in a month. Amrit Siddhi Yoga January 2018 January 1 – sunrise to 2:57 PM January 4 – sunrise to 10:07 PM Amrit Siddhi Yoga February 2018 12:44 PM on Feb 20 to before sunrise on Feb 21 February 24 – sunrise to 9:02 AM Amrit Siddhi Yoga March 2018 March 4 – sunrise to 10:18 PM March 20 – sunrise to 8:08 PM Amrita Siddhi Yoga Muhurat April 2018 8:09 AM on April 4 to before sunrise on April 5 Amrit Siddhi Yoga May 2018 May 2 – from sunrise to 5:06 PM Amrit Siddhi Yoga June 2018 No Muhurat Amrit Siddhi Yoga July 2018 Sunrise on July 6 to 3:23 AM on July 7 Amrita Siddhi Yoga Muhurat…

Hanuman Vadamala Count - Story - Significance of Vada Mala for Hanuman

There are no written rules regarding Hanuman Vadamala count. You can offer any number of Vadas depending on your health and financial capacity.

Hanuman is usually offered 1, 8, 16, 51, 108 or 1008 Vadas. You can also offer 10008 or 100008…
Forget the count, offer it with devotion. All that matters is devotion.
Significance of Vada Mala for Hanuman Vada is a food item, which is part of South Indian cuisine. It is made using Urad Dal or Black Gram. Hundreds of Vada are strewn together to make a garland and it is then offered to Hanuman.

Significance of Vada Mala is that offering it to Hanuman helps in overcoming Rahu Dosha.

The story behind making Vada Mala is associated with Rahu Navgraha. Rahu had given the boon to Hanuman that whoever offers Urad Dal or Black Gram to Hanuman will not have the adverse effect associated with the positioning of Rahu in horoscope.

People therefore prepare Vada Mala and offer to Hanuman.
Hanuman Vadamala Story Vadamala is an important offering to Hanuman

Eight Important Names of Lord Shiva

Eight Important Names of Lord Shiva, which should be remembered and chanted daily, are: BhavanSarvaIsananPashupathiUgranRudranBhimanMahadevan. Please note that this concept is more popular in South India. That is the reason why Mahadev is referred to as Mahadevan.

At the end of Sahsranamam, Ashtothra and Archana these eight names are chanted.

It is chanted as follows, Bhavaya Devaya NamahSarvaya Devaya NamahIsanaya Devaya NamahPasupathaye Devaya NamahRudraya Devaya NamahUgraya Devaya NamahBhimaya Devaya Namah andMahadhe Devaya Namah

You suffer when you hold on – You prosper when you let go

Holding on and not letting go is a big problem of our times. In holding on there is only suffering but when there is letting go there is freedom, happiness, growth and prosperity.

Parents hold on to children and do not let them pursue their dreams. Lovers hold on and suffer lifelong. Holding on is weakness and letting go is strength. There is peace, growth, prosperity and happiness in letting go.

The holding on is not limited to people, we also hold on to anger, hurt, grudge, hatred, revenge and many other negativities. They weaken us from within. This weakness soon reflects on our mental, emotional and physical health.

Some of us go into long periods of silence after a fight. This is not positive silence. This is a negative silence. This silence is like a volcano. Lot of hatred, abuse and negative activities are building up. We are holding on to the feeling of hurt and anger. It is not doing us any help. Let out the steam. Talk things out. When you are angry, just shout out and fin…

Hindu Calendar – November 24, 2017 – Tithi, Vrat, Good - Auspicious Time, Nakshatra, Rashi and Festivals

Tithi in Hindu Calendar on Friday, November 24, 2017 – Shukla Paksha Sashti Tithi or the sixth day during the waxing phase of moon inHindu calendar and Panchang in most regions. It isShukla Paksha Panchami Tithi or the fifth day during the waxing phase of moon till 1:58 AM on November 24. Then onward it is Shukla Paksha Sashti Tithi or the sixth day during the waxing phase of moon till 3:39 AM on November 25. All time based on India Standard Time.
How is November 24, 2017, as per Hindu Panchang? – It is not a good date. Nakshatra – Uttara Shada or Uthiradam Nakshatra till 7:29 AM on November 24. Then onward it is Shravan or Sravana or Thiruonam Nakshatram till 9:34 AM on November 25.
In western parts of India (Maharashtra, Gujarat, Goa and south Rajasthan), Uttara Shada or Uthiradam Nakshatra till 10:03 AM on November 24. Then onward it is Shravan or Sravana or Thiruonam Nakshatra till 12:49 PM on November 25.
Rashi or Moon Sign – Makar Rashi till 10:23 PM on November 25.
In western par…