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Aarti Om Jai Jagdish Hare Song Lyrics – Hindi Text and English Translation

Aarti Om Jai Jagdish Hare is undoubtedly one of the most popular Hindi bhajans. Pandit Shardha Ram Phillauri is the author of Om Jaya Jagadisa Hare. The prayer is sung by Hindus during prayers and Aarti in homes, temples and other sacred places. Here is the Om Jaya Jagadeesha Hare Song Lyrics with Hindi Text and English Translation. ॐ जय जगदीश हरे स्वामी जय जगदीश हरे भक्त जनों के संकट, दास जनों के संकट, क्षण में दूर करे, ॐ जय जगदीश हरे Om Jaya Jagadisa Hare Swami Jaya Jagadisa Hare Bhakta Jano Ke Sankata Dasa Jano Ke Sankat Ksana Men Dura Kare Om Jaya Jagadisa Hare Oh Lord of the whole Universe Mighty Lord of the whole Universe All Thy devotees' agonies All Thy devotees' sorrows Instantly Thou banisheth Oh Lord of the whole Universe जो ध्यावे फल पावे, दुख बिनसे मन का स्वामी दुख बिनसे मन का सुख सम्पति घर आवे, सुख सम्पति घर आवे, कष्ट मिटे तन का ॐ जय जगदीश हरे Jo Dhyave Phala Pave Dukha Bina Se Mana Ka Swami Dukha Bina Se Mana Ka Sukha Sampati

What is Sahasranama? - Importance - Reason - Benefits

Sahasranama or Sahasranamam are hymns in Hindu Holy Scriptures in which a deity is referred to by 1,000 or more different names. ‘Sahasra’ means thousand or a very large number. ‘Nama’ means name. So the literal translation of Sahasranama is 'thousand names'. Here is a look at the importance, reason and benefits of Sahasranama in Hinduism. Sahasranamas are classified as stotras or hymns of praise. The thousand or more names take a reader of the stotra through the entire attributes, functions and stories related to the deity. It is a sort of an encyclopedia on the deity. Some of the important Sahasranamam are Lalitha Sahasranama, Vishnu Sahasranama and Shiva Sahasranama. Each deity in Hindu pantheons has a Sahasranama created by devotees. There are also many shorter hymns like ‘Ashtottara shatanama stotram’ which has only 108 names. Chanting of Name of God in Hinduism The chanting the name or the divine name has an important place in Hinduism and is a

Shiva Stuti Mantra In Hindi – Lyrics of Shiva Stuti and Benefits of Chanting

The most important benefit of chanting Shiva Stuti in the morning is that it makes your day good and successful. Daily chanting of Shiva Stuti Mantra helps in maintaining balance and ushering in positive energy. You can download the Shiva Stuti lyrics below. Shiva Stuti Mantra In Hindi शिव स्तुति ब्रह्मा मुरारिरित्रपुरान्कारी भानु : शशी भूमिसुतो बुधश्र्च। गुरुश्र्च शुक्र : सह भानुजेन कुर्वन्तु सर्वे मम सुप्रभातम्।। भृगुर्वसिष्ठ : क्रतुरडिराश्र्च मनु : पुलस्त्य : पुलद्ध : सगौतम : । रैभ्यो मरीचिश्चयवनो ऋभुश्र्च कुर्वन्तु सर्वे मम सुप्रभातम्।। सनत्कुमार : सनक : सनन्दन : सनातनोप्यासुरिपिडलौ च। सप्त स्वरा : सप्त रसातलाश्र्च कुर्वन्तु सर्वे मम सुप्रभातम्।। This stuti was first narrated by Bhagavan Shiva and it is found in the 14th chapter of Vamana Purana. Benefits of Chanting Shiva Stuti Chanting the Stuti makes sure that one is able to achieve success and have a good day. Negative forces will be kept out. Bad luck will be kept out.

The Concept of Pancha Janah in Hinduism – Five People or Five Classes of People

Concept of Pancha Janah in Hinduism is found in the Aitareya Brahmana. Aitareya Brahmana explains the term pancha janah as gods, gandharvas (including apsaras), human beings, serpents and departed ancestors. As per Sayana, the Pancha Janah are the five social groups – the four castes – Brahmin, Shatriya, Vaishya, Shudhra – along with Nishada (barbarians) as the fifth. Yaska in his Nirukta enumerates the five classes as gods, human beings, gandharvas, asuras and rakshasas. As per some scholars, the pancha janah included people staying on the four quarters of the earth and those residing in the central part. There is also a belief that the term was used to refer to the five tribes of Anu, Druhyu, Turvasu, Yadu and Puru in ancient Hindu world. There is another interpretation pancha janah are the five divisions of Devas – Purva Devah, Mura Devah, Sisna Devah, Sura Devah And Vishwa Devah. Notes take from  - E ncyclopedia of Hinduism Volume VIII - IHRF - page 3

Tortoise And Vastu In Hinduism– Benefits - Effects

Tortoise and turtle are considered good in Hindu religion. They are associated with long life and wealth in Hinduism. It is considered auspicious to keep both turtle and tortoise in home. It must be noted here that there is a difference between turtle and tortoise and this should taken into account. Tortoise dwells on land have a very long lifespan of nearly 150 years. Turtles dwell in water and have a lifespan of 80 years. Benefits And Effects of Mud or Metal Tortoise – Turtle in Home It is believed that homes having turtle or tortoise get the blessing of Goddess Lakshmi It attracts wealth. People in the house are blessed with good health and long life. Today, it is illegal to keep certain species of Turtle and tortoises and therefore people prefer tortoise made of metal or mud. Turtle is associated with Lord Vishnu and this was his second incarnation. Where to keep turtle in house? The tortoise made up of mud or metal should be placed in northeast or southwest of

Powerful Narasimha Mantra To Defeat And Destroy Enemies – Black Magic – Evil

Narasimha is the fourth avatar of Bhagavan Srihari Vishnu and this form of Lord Vishnu is worshipped to get victory over enemies, to remove black magic and evil. The mantra will be destroying all enemies of a devotee. There is a popular belief that chanting the mantra for 21 days will help in defeating enemies. This Narasimha Mantra should be chanted for 21 days during the Pradosh period – when the sun has just but setting sunlight is still visible. Narasimha Mantra To Defeat Enemies Om Ugram Veeram Mahavishnum Jwalantam Sarvothmugham ॐ उग्रं वीरं महाविष्णुं ज्वलन्तं सर्वतोमुखम्। Rules of Chanting the Narasimha Mantra To Defeat Enemies The mantra should be chanted for 21 days without a break. It should be chanted 108 times facing east. Any mala can be used to keep the count. Red color oil should be used to lit a lamp with one wick. Lemon should be offered and later thrown in a deserted area. Red color flowers should be offered. A sweet made of Jaggery should be

How Life Began On Earth In Hinduism? - Theory Of Evolution

Here is a look at the theory of evolution in Hinduism and Hindus scriptures. Hindus had a better understanding of how life began on earth thousands years before modern science even started to think about it. The first gem of life was developed by water and heat (Manu book 1. Shloka 8) Water ascends toward the sky in vapors, from the sun it descends in rain, from the rain are born the plants and from the plants animals. (Manu book 1. Shloka 76) Each being acquires the qualities of the one which immediately precedes it, in such a manner that the father a being gets away from the primal atom of its series, the more he is possessed of qualities and perfections. (Manu book 1. Shloka 20) Man will traverse the universe, gradually ascending, and passing through the rocks, the plants, the worms, the insects, fish, serpents, tortoises, wild animals, cattle and higher animals – such is the inferior degree. (Manu book 1) These are the transformation declared, form the plant up