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Goddess Durga Mantra To Fight Cancer

As per Hinduism, meditation (Tapasya) and proper understanding of the cycle of life on earth will help in overcoming pain associated with many diseases. Here is a Goddess Durga Mantra to fight cancer. Please note that the mantra helps in building confidence to fight pain and fear of cancer. Goddess Durga Mantra To Fight Cancer देहि सौभाग्यं आरोग्यं देहि में परमं सुखम् ‌ । रूपं देहि जयं देहि यशो देहि द्विषोजहि॥ Dehi Soubhagyam Aryogyam Dehi Meim Param Sukham Roopam Dehi Jayam Dehi Yasho Dehi Dwishojahi How To Chant Durga Mantra To Fight Cancer? After taking bath at a convenient time, find a quiet place in the east part of the house. Sit facing east or northeast. Create a mental image of Goddess Durga or any form of Mother Goddess Shakti in mind. Worship the form mentally. There is no need to make any kind of real offering. Meditate on the form of Mother Goddess as long as you want. After meditation, chant the above given mantra 108 times. Continue

Vishnu Puran – Importance – Bhakti – Philosophy - Contents Of Vishnu Purana

Vishnu Puran is one of the eighteen main puranas containing the mythical and other accounts of gods, creation, genealogy of kings etc. This blog post looks in the importance, bhakti, philosophy and contents of Vishnu Purana, which is on the most important scriptures in Hinduism. Vishnu Puran is also known as Vaishnava Purana. Parashara is the author of Vishnu Purana, which says that Vasishta narrated it to Pulastya, who narrated it to Parashara, who in turn narrated it to Maitreya. According to another version, this Purana itself (6.8.42-49) was narrated by Brahma to Purukutsa, who narrated it to Sarasvata, who in turn imparted it to Parashara (1.2.8-9; 1.43.51) The date of Vishnu Purana is uncertain. The dates proposed by different scholars range from 700 BC to 1045 AD; but it is generally assigned to a period between 300 AD and 500 AD. It is surmised that the composer of this Purana may have been a native of Andhra on the ground that he knew Kaikila Yavanas, b

Lambika Yoga – Helps In Overcoming All Kinds Of Poison

A kind of Yoga practice, Lambika Yoga is believed to help the practitioner in overcoming the poisonous effect of snake bits, scorpion bite and other poisons. Lambika in Sanskrit means the soft palate. Another word in Sanskrit for the soft palate is talu. Above the soft palate there is a hollow space. It is called Lambika Vivara. Lambika Yoga is a variety of Yoga in which the tongue is turned back inside the mouth, and its tip is place in the lambika vivara. This procedure is called khechari mudra. Tongue is known as jivha or kala in Sanskrit. Our tongue is not very free to move, as it is bound on the lower side at its base by a band of muscles called the frenum. It is called Sirabandha in Sanskrit. So for a student of Lambika Yoga, it is not possible to reach the cavity above the soft palate unless the frenulum is cut and the tongue is made completely free to move. In ancient times the frenulum was cut progressively with a sharp cutting instrument, over a period of si

How Navagraha Budha Got His Name? – Story Of The Name Of Budh Graha

Budh is the son of Sage Brihaspati and Tara. But he was fathered by Chandra, the Hindu Moon God. Here is the story as to how Budha Graha got his name. Sage Brihaspati was the Guru of the Devas and he was only interested in rituals and studies. The Sage never showed any interest in Tara. A disillusioned Tara soon fell in love with Chandra and abandoned her husband. Indra, the king of Devas, once decided to conduct a yajna to get stronger to face the Asuras or demons. Sage Brihaspati used this as an opportunity and said that he can only perform the yajna with his wife by his side. The Devas were divided on the issue. Some saw no reason in Tara returning to a husband who only needed her for rituals. They argued that Tara should remain with Chandra, who valued her as a living being. But the Devas could not stop the yajna, so Indra decided that Tara should return to Brihaspati. Tara returned reluctantly and the yajna was completed successfully. But soon it was discovered

Somvati Amavasya at Jejuri Khandoba Temple In 2023

At the famous Jejuri Khandoba Temple , dedicated to Malhari Martand, Somvati Amavasya is a highly auspicious date. Somvati Amavasya is the no moon day in a Hindu calendar. Somvati Amavasya dates at Jejuri Khandoba Temple in 2023 are o n February 20, July 17, and November 13, 2023 The main ritual on the day is the offering of Bhandara – turmeric powder. Large amounts of Turmeric powder are thrown in and around the temple on the day. Devotees virtually bathe in yellow color. Devotees also offer various penance on the day. Khandoba is a manifestation of Shiva and is worshipped mainly in Maharashtra, Goa , parts of Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh. Khandoba is also known as Khanderao, Khanderaya, Malhari Martand and Mallu Khan. Related Khandoba History – Story of Hindu God Shiva’s Manifestation as Khandoba

C Rajagopalachari Quotes

C. Rajagopalachari (10 December 1878 – 25 December 1972), informally called Rajaji or C.R., was a lawyer, politician, writer and statesman. Rajagopalachari was the last Governor-General of India. This is a collection of quotes and teachings of C Rajagopalachari. As Yama Dharmaraja taught Nachiketas, the vision of the Supreme cannot be attained by the mere study of Shastras; nor could knowledge of the Self come through subtlety of intellect or much learning or argument. The grace of God is the one thing necessary and for that the heart should melt in Bhakti. Bhakti is different from Shastric learning. One may get by heart and recite without cessation the Sanskrit scriptures; one may know and repeat upside down the commentaries of the Acharyas. But righteous conduct and equanimity of mind are different and more necessary gifts. When the heart has not mellowed, study and exposition of Shastras are a mere monkey game. Without wisdom in the heart, all learning is usele