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Ashwini Kumars – The Story of Hindu God Ashwini Kumars

Ashwini Kumars are twin Vedic deities who are considered to be physicians or healers of Devas or Demi gods and they are also extremely handsome. There are numerous references about them in Vedas. In the Bhagavad Gita, Arujuna sees them on the Virat Purusha, shown to him by Krishna . In Mahabharata, the Pandava brothers Nakula and Sahadeva are the sons of Ashwini Kumars born to Madri. Ashwini Kumars are the sons of Lord Surya and Sangya. Asvini is the "she-horse", and Kumars means "young boys". This is because they were given birth when Lord Surya took the form of a horse and Sangya took the form of a mare. On advice from their father, the Ashwini Kumars worshiped Lord Brahma and performed intense austerities and Tapasya. Pleased with them, Lord Brahma granted the boon that they will be extremely handsome and will have knowledge of Ayurveda. There is an incident mentioned in the Srimad Bhagavatam which indicates that Ashwini Kumars are responsible for

Panchmukhi Hanuman Puja Vidhi – Mantra – How to Perform Panchamukhi Hanuman Puja?

Panchmukhi Hanuman is Hanuman with five faces – Varaha, Narasimha, Hanuman, Garuda and Hayagriva. This form of Hanuman Ji is worshipped for achieving mental and physical strength and to overcome all kinds of enemies in life. Below is Panchmukhi Hanuman Puja Vidhi or procedure along with mantra. This is a simple guide on how to perform Panchamukhi Hanuman puja and is ideal for performing it at home. Panchmukhi Hanuman Puja ॐ हरि मर्कट मर्कटाय स्वाहा Om Hari Markad Markadaya Swaha When to Perform Panchmukhi Hanuman Puja? The ideal day to perform the puja: Tuesday Dasami Tithi – the tenth day of the waning or waxing phase of moon. Tenth day after full moon (purnima) or no moon day (Amavasya) in any month. Yet another option is when there is Shravan or Sravana or Thiruonam Nakshatra in a lunar month. The puja becomes doubly auspicious when there is a rare combination of Shravan and Dasami Tithi. Benefits of Performing Panchmukhi Hanuman Puja The puja

Mantra For Getting Job Immediately

The best mantra for getting job immediately is self belief, hard work, determination, single-minded focus and devotion. There is a powerful Surya Mantra for getting job. It is to be chanted daily in the morning looking at the rising sun. The mantra needs to be chanted 7 times. Surya Mantra can improve your future and usher in positive changes. Mantra For Getting Job Immediately Om Bhaskaraya Vidmahe Divakaraya Deemahi Tanno Surya Prachodayat ॐ भास्कराय विद्महे दिवाकराय धीमहि तन्नो सूर्य : प्रचोदयात। Surya, Sun god, is the visible god worshipped daily by Hindus. As the sunrise dispels that darkness of the worlds, Surya also removes the darkness in life.

Death Anniversary of Bal Gangadar Tilak - Lokmanya Bal Gangadhar Tilak Punyatithi

Lokmanya Bal Gangadhar Tilak Punyatithi is the birth anniversary of the great freedom fighter and nationalist. Bal Gangadhar Tilak Death Anniversary is annually observed on August 1. In 2023, it is the 103rd death anniversary of Tilak. Bal Gangadhar Tilak (July 23, 1856 - August 1, 1920) was born at Ratnagiri in Maharashtra. He was a scholar, mathematician and philosopher. He helped in laying the foundation for India’s independence. He founded the Indian Home Rule League in 1914. The large scale public celebration of Ganesh Chaturthi Festival was started by Bal Gangadhar Tilak in 1893 in Pune. The main intention of Tilak was to galvanize support for India’s independence movement. The modern day celebrations are a continuation of Tilak’s version of Ganesh Chaturthi festival. Various programs are organized in memory of the great soul in various parts of the country.

Rajamartanda – Commentary on Yoga Sutra By Bhoja Deva of Dhara

Rajamartanda is a famous commentary on Yogasutra of Patanjali by Bhoja Deva of Dhara (1018 to 1060 AD). Although Bhojadeva, popularly known as Bhoj Raja, was constantly engaged in wars, he was a renowned author and patron of learned men. Commentator, Ajada, has noted that Bhojadeva had composed 84 books on different branches of knowledge. Of them, there are multiple versions of Rajamartanda and Sarasvatikanthabharana. Rajamartanda, edited by Rajendra Lal Mitra, 1883, is an important commentary on Yogasutra of Patanjali and is believed to have been written during the earliest years of Bhoja’s reign. Sometimes it follows Vyasa Bhashya. Sri Krishna Chandra was a commentator on this Bhoja Vritti. Al-Beruni (973-1048 AD) perhaps used it while writing his famous work Tahqiq-i-Hind (An Enquiry into India). Rajamartanda, edited by J.T. Acharya, Bombay, 1924, is a work on the preparation of medicated oils and other medicines. It contains 418 karikas (verses). Another Rajamart

Shravan Tuesday Hanuman Mantra For Getting Money – Wealth – Richness

Shravan is the most auspicious month in a Hindu lunar calendar in North India. The month is dedicated to Shiva. Hanuman is Rudra Avatar and therefore He is worshipped especially on Tuesday. Here is a Shravan Tuesday Hanuman mantra for getting money and wealth. Shravan Tuesday Hanuman Mantra To Become Rich Ram Rameti Rameti Rame Rame Manorame Sahstra Nama Tatunyam Ram Naam Varanne राम रामेति रामेति रमे रामे मनोरमे। सहस्त्र नाम तत्तुन्यं राम नाम वरानने How To Chant The Mantra? Offer regular puja to Hanuman on Tuesday. While offering the puja offer red color rose flowers. Then chant the mantra 41 times. Do this on all Shravan Tuesdays.

Gujarati Ramayan – Giridhar Ramayana Importance Story

The Gujarati Ramayan is popularly knownas Giridhar Ramayana. This version is named after the author-poet Giridhar. The original title of Giridhar Ramayana was Sriramacaritrasammata Valmikinatakadhara. It highlights the devotional aspect of Sri Ram and this is the importance of this version. The most important story in it is the incident of Vibhishana, brother of Ravana, surrendering before Sri Ram. Gujarati Giridhar Ramayana is in even cantos. In this retelling of Valmiki Ramayan, the unique feature is in the incident of Vibhishana Saranagati. Rama accepted Vibhishana when the latter surrendered to him and promised Lanka to him, adorning his forehead with red kumkum. At this, Sugriva raised a question to Rama as to how Rama would keep his word to Vibhishana if Ravana surrendered to him, releasing Sita. Rama replied that he would give the entire Ayodhya to Ravana and Lanka would be left for Vibhishana.

Nagaraja Mantra In Malayalam – Nagaraja Moola Mantra

Nagaraja mantra is chanted to alleviate all kinds of problems that human beings face from nature. The problems include not having children, skin diseases and various allergies. Here is the famous Nagaraja Moola Mantra in Malayalam. ഓം നാഗരാജായതേ നമഃ Om Nagarajayate Namah Chanting this mantra will help solving all kinds of problems couples are facing regarding child birth. The mantra is also chanted for curing skin diseases and for attaining peace and prosperity in life. The mantra should be chanted on Sundays or when there is Ayilyam Nakshatra in a Hindu calendar. Offering prayers in naga temples and also in Shiva temples is highly meritorious.  The mantra should be chanted 108 times. It should be done for 41 Sundays or on all Ayilyam Nakshatra in a year. 

When You Are Suffering, Broaden Your Mind – Story From Hindu Religion

The story titled ‘become a lake’ from Hindu religion was told by Mark Nepo. The gist of the story is to be broaden your mind when you are suffering. An aging master grew tired of his apprentice complaining, and so, one morning, sent him for some salt. When the apprentice returned, the master instructed the unhappy young man to put a handful of salt in a glass of water and then to drink it. "How does it taste?" the master asked. "Bitter" spit the apprentice. The master chuckled and then asked the young man to take the same handful of salt and put it in the lake. The two walked in silence to the nearby lake, and once the apprentice swirled his handful of salt in the water, the old man said, "Now drink from the lake." As the water dripped down the young man's chin, the master asked, "How does it taste?"  "Fresh," remarked the apprentice.  "Do you taste the salt?" asked the master. "No," said the