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Simple Tantric Puja on Akshaya Tritiya to Get Blessings of Goddess Lakshmi

It is believed that those devotees who perform Tantric puja on Akshaya Tritiya will be blessed with wealth, peace and prosperity. Many devotees think that Tantric puja is complex but it is not. As per scriptures Akshaya Tritiya is known as the most auspicious day in a Hindu calendar –   अनंत अक्षय अक्षुण्ण फलदायक Some simple tantric pujas as per scriptures to be performed on Akshaya Tritiya On the morning of Akshaya Tritiya, offer prayers to Lakshmi Narayan with yellow and white color flowers. If you do not have a picture of Vishnu and Lakshmi together, then you can create the image in the mind and make the offerings in thought. Mental worship with true devotion is more powerful than showy pujas. Light Lamp in Northeast Corner In the evening, one should light lamp at the Ishan corner (northeast) in the house. The lamp should be lit using ghee and instead of the normal white color thread one should use a red color wick. Putting a pinch of kesar is also advised. Yell

Hindu Religion Sculpture – Earliest Anatomical Model - Surgery 2nd Century AD

Terracotta sculpture of male human stomach in Allahabad Museum, Prayagraj, gives an indication that ancient Hindus had the knowledge of surgery. It could also be anatomical model of stomach for medical students. The sculpture was recovered from Kaushambi in Uttar Pradesh and belongs to 2 nd Century AD. You can take view of the picture and other details at the national museum portal . The style of the sculpture is Kaushana. This is accepted as the earliest depiction of surgery in Indian art. Human stomach has been carved in terracotta with the exposure of intestine inside an appetite. It is an internal organ in which the major part of the digestion of food occurs, being a pear- shaped enlargement of the alimentary canal linking the esophagus to the small intestine. It is possible that this model owes its origin to Chyavana School. The area of Kaushambi was then ruled by a king who was a direct descendant of the Pandavas. The sculpture might have been part of

Sudden Wealth Mantra Of Goddess Lakshmi – Quick Wealth Mantra

There are lot of people among us who wish to become wealthy quickly. Is there mantra in Hindu religion that will make me rich quickly? Such questions are common. There are some quick wealth mantra in Hindu astrology texts. Here is a sudden wealth mantra dedicated to Goddess Lakshmi. Quick Wealth Mantra of Goddess Lakshmi Heem Kleem Ghamtakarnam Namasotute Tda: Tda: Tda Swaha हीं क्लीं घंटाकर्णों नमोस्तुते ठ : ठ : ठ : स्वाहा How To Chant Sudden Wealth Mantra? The mantra is to be chanted for 60 days continuously. The mantra chanting should begin on the Krishna Paksha Chaturdashi or the fourteenth day of waning or dark phase of moon. The mantra should be chanted 108 times in the morning facing east during sunrise. The count of chanting should be kept on a lotus bead or kamal ghatta mala. My personal belief is that hard work, single-pointed focus, determination and devotion are necessary for success in any field. Mantras only help in improving our confidence.

Pancha Kriya – Five Divine Activities of Shiva in Nataraja Form

The Nataraja dancing form of Shiva illustrates Pancha Kriya or five activities of Shiva. The five divine activities are Creation Maintenance Destruction and evolution Removal and concealment Liberation The first four activities in pancha kriya namely, Srishti, Sthithi, Samhara and Tirobhava are associated with the evolution of the world. The fifth, Anugraha, is associated with moksha or liberation. The circle of fire around the Nataraja dancing form symbolically represents the cosmos. The four hands of Nataraja – upper right hand holds hourglass drum and the lower right hand makes the gesture of protection. The upper left hand holds ball of fire and the lower left hand points to his raised dancing foot, which represents liberation from bondage. The crushing of dwarf is taming of ignorance that sees the impermanent as permanent.

Sade Teen Muhurat - Three and half Muhurat in Year in Hindu Astrology

In a calendar year three and half days are considered highly auspicious as per traditional Vedic astrology followed in North and western parts of India . This three and half muhurat is known as Sade Teen Muhurat. This is mainly based on the Hindu lunar calendar. The significance of the three and half auspicious days is that there is no need to look for auspicious time. Each second on the day is highly auspicious. The day is chosen for marriages, house warming, opening of new business and shops and for making investment in property and valuable items like gold, platinum, diamonds etc. As per traditional Hindu astrology, the Sun (Surya) and Moon (Chandra) are astrologically believed to be at their most exalted position on the day. The Three and Half Muhurats are – Chaitra Shukla Pratipada – the first day of the Shukla Paksha or waxing phase of moon in Chaitra month (March – April). The day is observed as traditional Hindu New Year in North India, Maharash

Reason And Story: Why is Akshaya Tritiya Celebrated?

Akshaya Tritiya is one of the most auspicious days in the Hindu calendar and is considered ideal for new beginning and investment. One of the most important stories associated with observing Akshaya Tritiya is that of Lord Krishna and Kuchela. Another significant reason is that of the Pandavas receiving the Akshaya Patra from Krishna . Interestingly, Lord Krishna plays and important part in the stories associated with Tritiya. Kuchela (Sudama) Visited Krishna on Akshaya Tritiya In the most famous story associated Akshaya Tritiya, Kuchela, a poor Brahmin and schoolmate of Sri Krishna, visited Krishna with the intention of asking some financial favor. Kuchela, also known as Sudama, carried with him handful of poha or aval (beaten rice). On reaching, the palace of Krishna at Dwarka, Kuchela was ashamed to give the ‘poha’ to Krishna . But the ever playful Krishna noticed the small bag in the hand of his schoolmate and soon grabbed it and ate a handful of ‘poha’. Kuchela coul

Teachings from Rig Veda - A Collection of Teachings and Wisdom of Rig Veda

A Collection of Teachings and Wisdom of Rig Veda. Meet together, talk together: May your minds comprehend alike: Common be your action and achievement: Common be your thoughts and intentions: Common be the wishes of your hearts So may there be union amongst you. Let your aims be common, and your hearts of one accord, and all of you be of one mind, so you may live well together. The truth is One; the wise call it by many names. Kindled in various forms, the perennial flame is One; sprinkling the world with golden beams at dawn; painting the evening clouds with changing colors, the sun is one. One should perform karma with nonchalance without expecting the benefits because sooner or later one shall definitely get the fruits. He who gives liberally goes straight to the gods; on the high ridge of heaven he stands exalted. Look upon all the animate beings as your bosom friends, for in all of them there resides one soul. Humility and charity are the two