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Install Copper Trishul on Shivratri – Benefits – How To

Bringing copper Trishul (trident) on Shivratri and installing it at home has numerous benefits. Here is a brief guide on how to install Trishul at home on Shivratri. How to Install Trishul at Home? Get a copper trishul (Any size – preferred material is copper – you can use one with or without damaru (hour glass drum)). Wash it properly with water. Light lamp using cow ghee with one wick. Offer white color flowers and bilva leaves. Offer dhoop and Karpoor (camphor). Offer Bhasma. Offer white color sweet and later share it with family members. Install the Trishul in the living room.   Benefits of Trishul at Home? It helps in keeping out all forms of negative energy. Alakshmi and misfortune will not enter the house. All enemy activity will be defeated. Rahu and Ketu will not enter the house. Trishul helps in nullifying the effect of Vastu Dosha.

Why Hanuman is known as Amit Vikram - Amitavikram?

Hanuman is known by numerous names among his devotees. One such rare name is Amitavikram. He got the name Amit Vikram ( अमितविक्रम ) as he performed feats that were even not possible of Devas or demigods. Some of the incredible feats include his attempt to capture sun thinking it was a fruit, his jumping to Lanka, his ability to take on the entire demon army in Lanka and bringing the herb mountain to cure Lakshman. Some of the other rare names of Hanuman are Sitashokvinashan, Mahabal, Romesht, and Lakshmanprandata.

Bamleshwari Temple at Dongargarh in Chhattisgarh

Bamleshwari Temple at Dongargarh in Chhattisgarh is an important Mother Goddess Shakti Temple in the region. The temple attracts devotees from Maharashtra, Telangana, Orissa, Jharkhand and Madhya Pradesh. The temple is around 110 km from Raipur. There are two Maa Bamleshwari Temple in Dongargarh. The most famous temple is known as Badi Bamleshwari and it is located on a hilltop at an altitude of 1600 feet. Once to climb 1100 steps or use the ropeway to reach the temple. The main murti of Bamleshwari worshipped here is a swayambhu pindi – that which appeared on its own. The murti is a red colored pindi (sindhoor color) with prominent eyes and crown. The other temple is known as Choti Bamleshwari and it is located on the foothills of the big temple. Scholars are of the view that the original name of the temple was Bagalamukhi and it later came to be known as Maa Bamlai and Bamleshwari. The popular belief is that Maa Bamleshwari blesses devotees with victory over enemi