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Hinduism And Wealth - Hindu Religion Teachings On Wealth Accumulation - Personal Finance - Richness

'Hinduism And Wealth'  article is written by SB, a software analyst based in USA. Hinduism is world’s oldest religion, as they say it’s the mother of all religions. But, we do not find a lot of reference of Hinduism and its teachings on wealth accumulation, personal finance and richness. Whereas there are tons of websites dedicated to bible verses on the same subject. I think it is up to us to discover the wealth of knowledge in Gita, Puranas and Veda on personal finance and managing wealth. The four pillars of Purushartha (goals of life) are   Dharma (behavior) Artha (wealth) Kama (Physical Pleasure, materialism) and Moksha (Spirituality) Hinduism, thus, does accept earning and accumulating wealth. According the scripture Rig Veda wealth can only be pursued through the right path without indebtedness and illegal activities (Adharma). Hinduism recognizes that wealth is needed for personal happiness and well being. A person needs wealth to take care of t

Goddess Jyoti - Goddess Of Light Appeared While Creating Vel For Muruga

Goddess Jyoti emerged from a spark that appeared from the forehead of Goddess Parvati while she was creating the Vel or spear that is associated with Muruga. Some scholars suggest that Goddess Jyoti is the Vel that Muruga or Skanda carries. She is widely believed to be the sister of Skanda. The worship of Goddess Jyoti is associated with Muruga worship in Tamil Nadu. The Jyoti (fire) that is lit in Shiva temples especially that in Tiruvannamalai in Kartik Month is believed to be Goddess Jyoti. In North India, Goddess Jyoti is associated with Goddess Jwalamukhi. Nothing much is known about the concept of the Goddess Jyoti form. Some people also associated with the Kundalini power. There is also a belief that Goddess Jyoti exists in an invisible form in all Skanda temples.

Tallest Shivling in India - Naturally Formed

It is believed that tallest naturally formed Shivling in India is located at the Siddheshwar Nath Temple at Lower Subansiri District in Arunachal Pradesh in India . The Holy Shivling has a height of 25 feet and circumference of 22 feet. The Shivling stands in a forest area and is around 4 km from Hapoli town at Ziro. The district headquarters Ziro is around 147 km from Itanagar, the capital of Arunachal Pradesh. The Tallest Shivling was accidentally found in the Shravan month in 2004. Shravan is a holy month dedicated to Shiva. Apart from the Shivling, there is also a murti of Goddess Parvati and Ganesha. The amazing fact is that there is constant flow of water at the base of Shivling, which many believe is Ganga . Related Tallest Shiva Statue in the World

Sri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu Quotes And Teachings

Here are few quotes and teachings of Sri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu – an unparalleled devotee of Sri Krishna While chanting the name of the Lord one should earn Divine wealth. The divine wealth to be earned are kindness, nonviolence, freedom from lust, truth, equality, equanimity, detachment, stability of mind, control over senses, seriousness, compassion, friendship, brilliance and tolerance. Men chanting the name of the Bhagavan should be more tolerant than a tree and be humble enough to give honor to all else. One should be so engrossed in God while singing His name that tears start rolling out of the eyes; speech may grow ecstatic and the body starts feeling spiritual and passionate. The best and the easiest way to get purged is by chanting the name of God. Anyone can chant the name of the Lord anytime and anywhere. There is no barrier of time and place. Nine Principal Doctrines in Shastras According To Sri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu  The Shastras according t