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Kannada Panchanga 2019 – 2020 – Download Vikari Nama Panchang Kannada Panchang 2019 in pdf

Kannada Panchanga 2019 – 2020 is provided by the Uttaradi Mutt and is known as the Vikari Nama Panchanga Samvatsara Kannada Surya Siddhanta Panchang. This Kannada Panchang begins on April 6, 2019 and ends on March 24, 2020. The Panchanga is in PDF format and it can be downloaded for free. This is followed in Karnataka, India. This particular Panchangam is useful for those people following the Kannada calendars. A month in this Panchangam is calculated from Pratipada after Amavasya (the day after no moon or new moon) to next Amavasya. Download  - The Kannada Panchanga 2019 – 2020 can be downloaded in PDF format here at the official website of Uttaradi Mutt. You will need to register to get the panchanga for free.   Another popular Kannada panchanga for free download is the Sringeri Mutt Kannada Panchanga - you can download it here for free . 

Chanting Of Om For Health Benefits

Om is the primordial sound in Hinduism and it is the first sound in the universe. Chanting Om daily has numerous health benefits.  Here is a look at the important health benefits of Om: The chanting of Om creates positive vibration in different parts of the body and this is highly beneficial to the cells and internal organs. The ‘A’ syllable in Om creates positive vibration in the portion starting from stomach to below. The ‘U’ syllable creates reverberation in the chest, heart and liver regions. The ‘M’ sound results in positive signals in eyes, nose and brain. The chanting of Om has positive effect on the thyroid gland. It also helps in improvement of sound quality. Chanting Om 108 times helps in keeping out fear and anger. Those suffering from depression, irritation, fear of future and unwanted thoughts should regularly chant Om. It is believed that the chanting of Om and the resulting vibration in the body helps in ejecting out toxins from the body. Those having hea

Shukra Beej Mantra - How To Chant

Shukra beej mantra is a powerful prayer dedicated to Guru or Shukra – Venus. The mantra helps in garnering all the positive aspects of Shukra. Shukra Beej mantra text in English and Hindi is given below. The mantra is to be chanted 108 times as per Astrologers and jyothish text. It is believed that Shukra can help in attaining peace, prosperity and health. Shukra Beej Mantra Om jraam jreem jroum sa: shukraya namah ऊं ज्रां ज्रीं  ज्र रौं  द्रीं द्रौं स: शुक्राय नम: How To Chant Shukra Beej Mantra? The mantra is to be chanted on Friday. The ideal time to chant the mantra is after 8:00 PM (night) Light lamp, dhoop or agarbatti, offer yellow flowers, yellow sweet or fruit and 3 cardamom. Chant the mantra 108 times. The cardamom is to be put under a banyan tree after puja. The mantra need to chanted for 21 Fridays

Chaitra Mahina 2024 In North India – Chaitra Month Starting in Hindu Calendar in 2024

Chaitra Month, or Chait Maas, is the first month in the traditional Hindu calendar followed in North India . Hindi Chaitra Month in 2024 begins on March 26 and ends on April 23, 2024. This calendar is followed mainly in Uttar Pradesh, Himachal Pradesh, Jharkhand, Punjab, Jammu and Kashmir, Haryana, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Uttarakhand, Bihar , and Chhattisgarh. The traditional Hindi New Year is celebrated on the Chaitra Shukla Pratipada (on the first day of the bright or waxing phase of moon in Chaitra Month). Vikram Samvat 2081 as per traditional Hindu calendar followed in North India will begin on April 9, 2024. Chaturthi Vrat or Sankashti Ganesh Chaturthi  in Chaitra Month 2024 is on March 28. Moonrise time is at 8:58 PM. Chaitra Krishna and Shukla Paksha in 2024 Chaitra Month Krishna Paksha is from March 26 to April 8, 2024. Chaitra Month Shukla Paksha is from April 9 to April 23, 2024. Chaitra Amavasya in 2024 in North India Chaitra Amavasya is on April 8,

Four Female Attendants of Goddess Lakshmi - Beej Mantra of Attendant Deities

As per Lakshmi Tantra, Goddess Lakshmi has four female attendants. They are Lavanya, Subhaga, Saubhagya and Saumanasy. All four attendants have four arms. They are beautiful and have the color of the inside of a lotus. In their hands, they carry branch of the amalaka tree, lotus, pitcher and a lotus banner. The four companions are seated in lotus posture and they gaze at the face of Goddess Lakshmi. Beeja Mantra of Attendants of Goddess Lakshmi The Bija Mantra associated with Lavanya is om lam tam lavanyaya namah (ॐ लम ताम लावण्या नमः ) The mantra associated with Subhaga is om lam tam Subhagaya namah. (ॐ लम ताम सुभगाया नमः ) The mantra associated with Samriddhi is om lam tam Samriddhiya namah . ( ॐ लम ताम समृद्धिया नमः ) The mantra associated with Vibhuti is om lam tam Vibhutiya namah . (ॐ लम ताम विभूतिया नमः) The mantra are invoked for finding hidden wealth, financial defeat of enemies, to find hidden treasure and to get the blessings of Ma Lakshmi.

Marulasiddeshwara - History Of Marula Siddeshwara Swamy

Marulasiddeshwara is one among the five Panchacharya or ascetics who are traditionally regarded as the founders of Virashaivism. He is also known as Marularadhya and Marulsiddha. The five great saints are venerated as emanations from the five heads of Shiva and as incarnations in each age. Another belief is that the five saints emerged from the five sthavaralingas. Marulasiddeshwara is associated with the Shivling worshipped at Ujjaini in Bellary District in Karnataka. History of Marulasiddeshwara Marulasiddeshwara was born in the 12 th century to a couple who were ardent devotees of Lord Shiva. The couple did not have children. Once Lord Shiva arrived at their home in the guise of a saint and asked for water. The couple welcomed the sage and provided him with water and food. Pleased with their devotion and dharma, the saint blessed them with an intelligent son. In due course of time a boy was born to the couple and this child later became famous as  Marulasiddeshw

Bengali Jaishto Month 2023 – Jyeshtha Mash in Bangla Calendar - Jaistha Month 2023

Jaishto month is the second month in a traditional Bengali calendar. In 2023, Jyeshta Month in Bangla Calendar begins on May 16 and ends on June 16, 2023. The current year as per Bengali calendar is 1430. Purnima day in Jyeshta month in 2023 is on June 4 Amavasya in Jaishto Mash is on May 19 The two Ekadashis in the month are on May 31 and June 14. The next month in Bengali Calendar is the Ashara month. Important Festivals In Bengali Jaishto Month Phalaharini Kalika Puja - May 19 Jamai Sashti is on May 25, 2023 Ganga Puja - Ganga Dashahara - May 30 Manasa Puja - May 30 Snan Yatra on June 4, 2023 in Jagannath Temples Gandheswari Puja - June 4

Sri Aurobindo Thoughts and Quotes

A selection of Quotes and Thoughts of Sri Aurobindo from his literary works. The energy must be spent before it can be renewed. The human body is not a closed jar that gets emptied by spending. The human body is a channel that receives only when it spends. It is only effort, in whatever domain it be – material effort, moral effort, intellectual effort – which creates in the being certain vibrations which enable you to get connected with universal vibrations; and it is this which gives joy. It is effort which pulls you out of inertia; it is effort which makes you receptive to the universal forces. When one is in the countryside, when one walks under the trees and feels so close to Nature, to the trees, the sky, all the leaves, all the branches, all the herbs, when on feels a great friendship with these things and breathes that air which is good, perfumed will the plants, then one opens oneself, and by opening oneself communes with the universal forces. First of all, t