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10 Simple Tips in Hinduism to Overcome Depression

Depression is a widespread problem today and is on the rise. Here are 10 simple tips in Hinduism to overcome depression. As per Hinduism, there is a direct connection between moon (Chandra – the Hindu moon god) and depression and mood swings. Offer prayers to Shiva on Monday. Chandra is eternally indebted to Shiva and therefore devotees of Shiva will never be harmed by the moon. Change the current environment by removing all forms of negative energy. Improve self-confidence by being in the company of people who have positive outlook. (This is known as Satsang). Stop searching for happiness outside – in people and things. Practice detachment. Do work and then forget about it. Do not bother about results. Drink water lots water daily in a silver glass. On Monday and during full moon day (Purnima), wear white color clothes. Make sweet pudding using rice, milk and rock sugar (mishri or kalkandam). Offer it to Shiva and Chandra later share it with family members,

The Carpenters and Artisan Who Make the Chariots Used in Puri Jagannath Rath Yatra

The making of the chariots used in Puri Jagannath Rath Yatra is the responsibility of a separate group of carpenters granted privileges for the purpose. The main carpenters and artisan group responsible for making the chariots are known as Viswakarma Sevakas. The carpenters and artisans belong to the family of hereditary carpenters and they have been doing the job for centuries. The making of the chariot involves a large number of artisans and workers with a variety of special skills. Each group makes specific parts of the chariots. Each group of workers is known as nijoga. The main groups of carpenters and artisans: Badhei Maharanas – The main construction of the chariot is done by this group of carpenters. This main group includes certain subcategories based on their specialized skills and roles. Gunakara – This group provides various measurements and standards. Pahi Maharanas – This group fixes the wheels of the chariots. Kamara Kanta Nayakas (Ojha Mah

Osho Quotes On Death

Quotes on death by Osho If death is ugly, that means your whole life has been a wastage. Death should be a peaceful acceptance; a loving entry into the unknown, a joyful goodbye to old friends, to the old world. There should not be any tragedy in it. The mind goes on dividing on every level of being. Wherever the mind looks, immediately it divides; division, to divide, is the nature of the mind. So we say, ‘above and below;’ we say ‘up and down;’ we say ‘this world and the other world’; we say ‘life and death; we say in and out’; ‘extroversion and introversion – but all the division are of the mind. The below is part of the above, the beginning of the above; up is nothing but the extension of down. Life and death are not two, but the same energy arising is life, the same energy dissolving is death. Our mind in are not two; the division is only mental. Purity simply means an uncontaminated state of mind, where only your consciousness is and nothing else. Nothing else really en