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Complete Works Of Rabindranath Tagore In Bengali And English

Website dedicated to the complete literary works of Rabindranath Tagore in Bengali and English is titled Bichitra Tagore Online Variorum. The work is sponsored by Ministry of Culture, Government of India and was created by School of Cultural Texts and Records, Jadavpur University in collaboration with Rabindra-Bhavana, Visva-Bharati. The website includes digital images of all available manuscripts of Tagore as also important print versions. It runs into 47,520 pages of manuscripts and 91,637 pages of printed books and journals. The website has not included most letters, speeches, textbooks and translations (except Tagore's translations from his own Bengali). Link – You can visit the website here

Machail Yatra in Jammu And Kashmir– Machail Mata Temple Yatra Start Date - Helicopter - Trek

Machail Yatra is the most popular yatra in Jammu and Kashmir, after the world famous Amarnath Yatra. In 2024, Machail yatra began on July 25 and will end on September 5. The main event during the annual pilgrimage is the carrying of the Pavitra Jadi ( पवित्र छड़ी ). The annual yatra began in 1981 with a handful of devotees. Today, thousands of devotees partake in the journey. Machail Yatra Helicopter Service Helicopter service to Machail Temple is available from Gulabgarh. One way ticket costs around 4000 rupees in 2024. About Machail Mata Yatra The annual pilgrimage is held during the same period every year. The temple is located in Machail Village in Kishtwar District in Jammu and Kashmir. The temple is dedicated to Mother Goddess Durga. Currently in the temple there is one pindi and three idols of Mahakali (Mindal), Mahalakshmi (Machail) and Mahasaraswati (Chitto Mata). The temple is made of wood and there are numerous murtis of Gods and Goddesses carv

Budha Amarnath Yatra to Budha Amarnath Temple in Jammu and Kashmir

Budha Amarnath Yatra is annually held in Shravan month to the famous Swami Budha Amarnath Ji Temple dedicated to Hindu God Shiva. The temple is around 25 km northeast of Poonch town in Jammu and Kashmir . The yatra begins on the 3rd day (August 7) of the waxing phase of moon in Shravan month. The important rituals are performed on Shravan Purnima day. In 2024, Budha Amarnath Yatra is from August 17 to August 19, 2024. Budha Amarnath Temple is famous for a naturally formed white Shivling. The main temple is carved into a single rock. The temple is located on the confluence of rivers Nallah Gagri and Pulsta Nadi. Four holy springs also rise near the temple and devotees perform holy bath in the springs. The chhari mubarak journey to the temple begins three days before Raksha Bandhan from Dashnami Akhara Poonch.

Shiva Panchakshara Stotram Benefits – Shiva Panchakshara Stotram Lyrics In Hindi

Innumerable are the benefits of chanting Shiva Panchakshara Stotram. The prayer can help a devotee attain any type of desires that is in accordance with Dharma. Below is the Shiva Panchakshara Stotram Lyrics in Hindi. Shiva Panchakshara Stotram Benefits Desire fulfillment Helps in getting job at the earliest Helps with promotion For betterment of relationships It is idea for overcoming all kinds of fear. It helps with mental courage Shiva Panchakshara Stotram Lyrics In Hindi  नागेन्द्रहाराय त्रिलोचनाय भस्माङ्गरागाय महेश्वराय। नित्याय शुद्धाय दिगम्बराय तस्मै नकाराय नम : शिवाय।। मन्दाकिनीसलिलचन्दनचर्चिताय , नन्दीश्वरप्रमथनाथमहेश्वराय। मन्दारपुष्पबहुपुष्पसुपूजिताय , तस्मै मकाराय नम : शिवाय।। शिवाय गौरीवदनाब्जवृन्द सूर्याय दक्षाध्वरनाशकाय। श्रीनीलकण्ठाय वृषध्वजाय , तस्मै शिकाराय नम : शिवाय।। वसिष्ठकुम्भोद्भवगौतमार्य मुनीन्द्रदेवार्चितशेखराय। चन्द्रार्कवैश्वानरलोचनाय , तस्मै वकाराय नम : शिवाय।। यक्षस्वरूपाय जटाधराय , पिनाकहस्ताय

Goddess Varahi

Goddess Varahi is one of the seven mother goddesses or Sapta Matrikas. Goddess Varahi takes her name from Varaha – one of the ten incarnations of Lord Vishnu. She has same weapons and ornaments as Varaha. Some scholars and texts are also of the view that Varahi is Lord Yama’s energy. Varahi is often depicted as having the face of a boar and her skin complexion is that of the storm cloud. She is sometimes depicted as four armed. Sometimes as two-armed and is shown holding Hala (plow) and Shakti. She is shown as sitting under a Kalpaka Tree. Goddess Varahi has an elephant as her Vahana or vehicle. In some rare sculptures Varahi is shown as having six hands in four she carries Danda, Khetaka, Khadga, and Pasa. Two hands are in Abhaya and Varada Mudra. In some images, she is shown as carrying Dhanusa, Hala, and musula as her weapon. Goddess Varahi in Shaivite tradition is associated with Goddess Lalitha Tripurasundari. The annual Ashada Navratri observe