--> Skip to main content


Showing posts from February 21, 2018

Khatu Shyam Story – Khatu Shyam Katha Full Version - Shyam Baba Story

The story of Khatu Shyam, lovingly known as Shyam Baba, is the story of unfathomable sacrifice. Khatu Shyam was the grandson of Bhima, the second of Pandavas. He willingly gave his head to Lord Krishna before the Mahabharata war. It is said that the head of Khatu Shyam was placed atop a hill near the Kurukshetra and he watched the entire Mahabharata war from there. Khatu Shyam Katha Full Version Previous Birth of Khatu Shyam In his previous birth, Khatu Shyam was a Yaksha. Once when Adharma (evil) grew out of control on earth, Vishnu agreed to the prayers of Devas and humans and agreed to take an avatar to bring back Dharma. A Yaksha named Suryavarcha said that not Vishnu but he alone could relieve earth’s burden. For this arrogance, he was cursed by Brahma to be born on earth and said that whenever there is an opportunity to relieve earth’s burden he would die at the hands of Krishna. Grandson of Bhima in Mahabharat Later Khatu Shyam was born as the son of Ghatotkachch a

Vrishabha Rashi Lucky Number

What is the lucky number of Vrishabha Rashi born people? The benefits of lucky number include progress and change in luck. Vrishabha rashi lucky number is five. The people born in the rashi should buy car, bike or scooter having number five in it or when added the total should be five. Buying shop number 5 is good for the Vrishabha Rashi people. Similarly, buying flat or plot having number five is good. Having mobile number with number 5 is good for the people. Lighting five-wick lamp on birthday is good for Vrishabha Rashi. Make a garland of five peepal leaves and offer it to Hanuman to overcome all forms of troubles in life. Offer five bilva leaves to Shiva and offer prayers. Then offer prayers to Nandi.

Aruna – Story of Aruna the Sun’s Charioteer and the Red Sky of Dawn

In Hindu Tradition, Aruna is the charioteer of Surya (the Sun God) and he is also the red sky of dawn or during sunrise. The story of his divine birth is mentioned in the Astika Parva of Mahabharata. Aruna was the son of Sage Kashyapa and Vinita (some scholars refer her as Vinata.) Aruna was born with half-body because of his mother’s impatience. Sage Kashyapa had two wives – Kadru and Vinata. Once Sage Kashyapa asked his wife to ask a boon each. Kadru asked for one thousand Nagas or serpents as her sons. Vinata wished for two sons who were greater in strength than the thousand sons of Kadru. Sage Kashyapa gave them the boons and asked to nurture the embryos with care. In due course of time, Kadru gave birth to one thousand eggs and Vinata gave birth to two eggs. The eggs were carefully placed in a steaming vessel. After several years, thousand sons emerged from Kadru’s eggs. But nothing emerged from the two eggs of Vinata. As days passed Vinata grew