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Ketu Graha Shanti Mantra and Parihara Puja in Hindu religion

Ketu graha is a malevolent planet in Hindu astrology. As per Hindu religion beliefs, this Navgraha can cause hardships in life. Here is the Ketu Graha Shani Mantra and Parihara puja. Ketu Graha Shanti Mantra स्रं स्रा स्री स्रों स्रौं ॐ नम : शिवाय स्रौं स्रों स्री स्रौं Srahm Sraaam Srheem Srhoom Shroum Om Namah Shivaya Shroum Srhoom Srheem Sraaam Srahm The mantra should be chanted 21 times daily in a Shiva Temple. Ketu Graha Shanti Parihara Puja The most important aspect when you have hardship in life is not to lose courage and strength. Have utmost devotion and start working hard. Do not drop your concentration level drop. Do not allow fear to set in. Do not hop around looking for various pujas and pariharas. The best parihara for any horoscope related problem in Hinduism is worship of Hanuman, Shiva and the particular Navgraha. For Ketu Graha, visit Shiva temple daily and offer a drop of water and bilva leaves. On Tuesday, visit a Hanuman tem

Ekatara Veena Musical Instrument – A Single Stringed Lute Used by Hindu Saints and Devotees

Ekatara Veena is a single stringed musical instrument used by Hindu saints and devotees especially of the Bhakti tradition. It is a musical instrument widely used by Bauls and Warkaris of Maharashtra. History of Ekatara Veena in Hindu Religion In the history of the evolution of Hindu musical instruments, the ekatara is without doubt, the first among the stringed instruments. Its forerunner was perhaps the bow. In India, the antiquity of the bow dates back at least ten thousand years, as it appears in the Mesolithic paintings in the caves and rock shelters of the Narmada valley in Central India. It is inferred that the people of the Indus Valley Civilization probably also used a stringed instrument because there is a letter in the Indus script which looks like the shaft of a stringed instrument. It is further argued that considering the flourishing trading contacts between India and West Asia in the third millennium, it is highly likely that the Harappans too had str

Madhushravani Tritiya 2024 date – Madhushravani Teej Puja and Vrat in 2024

Madhushravani Tritiya, is observed in Mithilanchal region in North India – parts of Bihar , Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh. Madhushravani Tritiya 2024 date is August 7. Newly married women observe special rituals during the period for a happy life. In some regions the ritual is observed for 13 days and is known as Madhushravani Teej period. When is it Observed? The main ritual is observed on the third day of the Shukla Paksha, or waxing phase of moon, in Shravan month as per traditional calendar followed in North India . In some regions the ritual begins on the Panchami day or the fifth day during the Krishna Paksha (waning phase of moon) of Shravan month and continues for 13 days and the ritual ends on Madhushravani Tritiya day. Madhushravani Teej Puja and Vrat Process Newly married women return to their parent’s home during the period and food is send daily during the period from her husband’s home. Married women who are observing their first Shravan month mainly

Sati Godavari Mataji Punyatithi - Death Anniversary of Sati Godavari Mataji

Sati Godavari Mataji of Sakori, Shirdi, was a prominent saint in the 21st century in Maharashtra and she was associated with the Sakori Ashram. Sati Godavari Mataji Punyatithi is the death anniversary of Mataji. In 2024, Sati Godavari Mataji Punyatithi date is August 24. Sati Godavari Mataji was the presiding mother of Kanya Kumari Sthan and she also became the spiritual head of the Sakori Ashram after Guru Shri Upasani Baba Maharaj left the physical world. Sati Godavari Mataji met Shri Upasani Baba Maharaj when she was ten years old. This is meeting is termed by followers of the Sakori Ashram as a divine event. It is said that Shri Upasani Baba realized that Mataji was a manifestation of the Supreme Shakthi. Shri Upasani Baba Maharaj was a disciple of Shirdi Sathya Sai Baba and the famous Sakori Ashram is around 4 km from Shirdi. Sati Godavari Mataji Punyatithi is annually observed on Krishna Paksha Panchami of Shravan month – fifth day of the waning phase of moon.

Swami Satchidananda Quotes And Teachings - Integral Yoga

Quotes and Teachings of  Swami Satchidananda (1914 – 2002)  – the founder of Integral Yoga Institutes Thoughts affect not only the mind but the body also. Negative thoughts are not going to help you to be happy and healthy. On the other hand, by developing positive thoughts you’ll feel comfortable, you’ll feel happy, and your positive thinking will help you to send good thoughts towards others. Yoga is not to transform others. Transform yourself first. Correct your vision’ find the peace within you. Whatever you want to see outside, build it inside. Truth is one, paths are many. Stick to one path, but do not say to others that this is the only one. Recognize all other paths and respect them. This is a time for us to remember that in the name of religion more people have died than in all the wars and natural calamities put together. Now more than ever we must understand that the purpose of religion is not to separate us. True faiths don’t preach hatred and ki