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Story Of Nishakara Rishi And Sampati In Ramayana

Story of Nishakara Rishi and Sampati, is mentioned in the Kishkindha Kanda of Valmiki Ramayana. Nishakara Rishi lived in an ashram in the Vindhya Mountains . The Rishi gave refuge to Sampati, a huge bird, who had lost his wings while trying to protect his younger brother Jatayu. Once Sampati and his younger brother Jatayu had a contest – who could fly high. Jatayu flew so high that the heat of the sun started to burn him. To protect Jatayu, Sampati flew above his younger brother and in the process got his wings burned. Sampati fell atop the Vindhya Mountains and was found by Nishakara Rishi. Nishakara Rishi, who could see future, told Sampati about the incarnation of Sri Ram in the future. He then told the huge bird that Vanara Sena (Monkey Army) will reach the place and when he guides them about the whereabouts of Mata Sita, he will get back his wings. Nishakara Rishi then took Samadhi. Sampati then waited for the arrival of the Vanara Sena. Thousands of years

Durga Bisa Yantra

As per astrologers and astrology related books, Durga Bisa Yantra helps in alleviating bad luck and other misfortune. The Yantra is associated with Mother Goddess Durga and the pran prathishta of it is performed during the Navratri. The most popular belief is that worshipping Durga Bisa Yantra will help in attaining wealth, prosperity and hidden treasures. The benefits of Durga Bisa Yantra Provides solution to wealth related problems. Drives out bad luck and brings in good luck. Improvement in business and increase in profit. Durga Bisa Yantra can be placed in home, office, shop, factory or where the person works. It must be noted that there are numerous such Yantras that promise to usher in wealth and prosperity. Such Yantras help in focusing our energy. But we should the hard work and be patient. Yantras do not provide any miracle. 

Abhijit Nakshatra – What is Abhijita Nakshatra in Hindu Astrology?

Abhijit Nakshatra is one among the birth stars (Nakshatram) as per Hindu astrology but is not counted among the 27 regular Nakshatras. This is a special Nakshatra which starts from the last quarter of Uttarashada (Uthradam) Nakshatra and it extends up to 1/15th part of Shravan (Thiruvonam) Nakshatra. The Nakshatra is named after Abhijita, the daughter of Daksha Prajapati. The birth star is supposed to be always near the constellation Rohini. Abhijit Nakshatra is given importance by many Hindu communities. Birth taking place on Abhijit Nakshatra is considered highly auspicious.

Trinetra Shiva – Story Of The Third Eye Of Shiva

Trinetra is one of the important names of Shiva. It is also believed that at the end of a cycle of creation, Shiva opens his third eye to effect the change needed for the next cycle of creation. The story of the origin of Shiva’s third eye is interesting as it is not associated with destruction but with sustenance. About Origin of Shiva’s Third Eye Time immemorial, Shiva was sporting with Goddess Parvati in the Himalayas . The divine couple was in a playful mood – they were moving all around the cosmos taking various forms– and Goddess Parvati suddenly closed the two eyes of Shiva with her hands. The entire universe was at once submerged in darkness. All activities came to a standstill due to cosmic darkness. There was no production of food, there was no light… Devas, Saints, Humans and all living beings became still. Everything was quiet. Mahadev who realized what was happening in the universe dispelled the cosmic darkness by opening his third eye – Trinetra. A m

Phool Kajali Vrat - Importance - Phool Kajali Fast 2023 date in Gujarat

Phool Kajali Vrat is observed by married and unmarried women in the Shravan month in Gujarat . Phool Kajali Vrat 2023 date is on September 2. When is Phool Kajali Vrat Observed? This fasting is observed on the third day during waning phase (Krishna Paksha) of moon in Sawan month as per traditional Hindu lunar calendar followed in Gujarat. Why is it Observed and Benefits It is observed for the long life of husbands by married women and girls and unmarried women observe it for getting good life partner. Dedicated to The Phool Kajali Vrat is dedicated to Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati. How is it observed? Phool Kajali Vrat is observed for five years on Shravan Krishna Paksha Tritiya.  Fasting is for the whole day and women eat only cucumber, milk and other preparations using milk. Married women observe it for a happy and peaceful married life and for the long life of their husbands. Unmarried women perform it to get a good life partner. Phool Kajali Vrat Katha is lis