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Chandra Dosh Nivaran Pooja – How to Overcome Chandra Dosh in Kundli?

Chandra dosh in kundli or horoscope is the result of the bad position of navgraha Chandra – the moon god in Hindu astrology. The ideal Chandra dosh upay is perform the nivaran pooja dedicated to Shiva. Here is a brief idea on how to overcome Chandra dosh in kundli. Below are some important Chandra dosh upay – you can make use of some of them to overcome Chandra Dosh. Install silver Shivling in the north side of home. Do daily puja by offering drop of water and bilva leaves. On Monday, sprinkle milk on the Shivling, then sprinkle water. If you are Vishnu devotee, the install a silver idol of Bal Gopal on the north side of the house and perform daily puja. A garland made of glass beads should be put on the silver idol. Do not take silver gifts. Donating silver by the person suffering from Chandra dosh is considered highly beneficial. Donate milk but avoid consuming milk or milk products on Monday. Do not showoff and talk about your charity. All charity done to

Ennayiram Village in Tamil Nadu – Ancient Center of Vaishnavism and Vedic Institutions

Ennayiram is a village in Vikravandi Taluk in Villuppuram District of Tamil Nadu and it figures in the Chola records of the 11 th century AD. A strong center of Vaishnavism, the place was also known as Rajaraja Chaturvedimangalam. It was a flourishing center of Vedic scholars and had an important Vedic institution of the era. The place is around 18 km from Villuppuram. The name ‘Ennayiram"’has an interesting etymology. In Tamil, it means ‘eight thousand’. According to local belief, 8,000 Jainas embraced Brahmanism here. The Tamil poet, Kalamegam, famous for his puns, belonged to Ennayiram. A long inscription in Tamil, running to 28 lines and about 1,000 years old, was  discovered in 2002 AD at the Alagiya Narasingaperumal temple here. The temple, originally called Raja Raja Vinnagar Alwar, has a surfeit of inscriptions in Tamil. They belong to the Chola and Vijayanagar dynasties. The earliest of these inscriptions belong to the reign of Chola Rajendra I (1012 -1044 A.D

Juna Chintaman Temple in Indore Dedicated to Ganesha

Juna Chintaman Temple is a 1000-year-old temple dedicated to Ganesha at Passpas Nagar in Indore, Madhya Pradesh. The main murti of Ganesha worshiped in the shrine is flanked by Ridhi and Sidhi. The entire temple is built using stone. An interesting aspect about the temple is that one can call or write letters to Ganesha in the temple. When a devotee calls, the priest attends the call and keeps the mobile near the ear of Ganesha. Devotees believe that Ganesha hears their prayers and provides solutions. The shrine receives several hundred calls a day.

Sri Namdev Punyatithi – Namadeva Maharaj

Sri Namdev Punyatithi is the death anniversary of Sri Namdev Maharaj. Sant Namdev was one of the pillars of the Bhakti cult that developed around the worship of Bhagwan Vitthal of Pandharpur in  Maharashtra  during the middle ages. Namdev Punyatithi 2023 date is July 15. Namdev Punyatithi is observed on Ashadha Krishna Paksha Trayodashi as per traditional Hindu lunar calendar followed in Maharashtra . Sant Namdev devotional compositions, Namdev's Gatha, are very popular with Vithal devotees. He also composed devotional songs in Punjabi and 60 of his devotional songs are included in the Guru Granth Sahib, the Holy Scripture in Sikhism. A legend associated with Namdev says that he as child once stood before Bhagavan Vitthal at Pandharpur to make sure that the food he offered was eaten by Bhagavan Vitthal. When the child stood adamant and did not move for hours, it is said that Lord Vitthal appeared before Namdev and ate the offering he made. Sant Namdev was also