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Sant Dnyaneshwar Jayanti 2023 – Jnaneshwar Maharaj Birth Anniversary

Sant Dnyaneshwar Jayanti is the birth anniversary of Jnaneshwar Maharaj, who revolutionized the Bhakti cult in Maharashtra . Sant Dnyaneshwar Jayanti 2023 date is September 7. At the age of sixteen Sant Dnyaneshwar wrote Jnaneswari – the first and the most popular Marathi commentary on the Bhagavad Gita. Jnaneswari continues to be read and discussed in Maharashtrian homes and its translation into various languages continues to inspire millions of people around the world. Sant Dnyaneshwar on the eighth day of waning phase of moon or Ashtami day in Shravan month (July – August) as per traditional calendar followed in Maharashtra . During the time of Sant Dnyaneshwar, the unparalleled teachings of Sanatana Dharma were considered to be the prerogative of certain castes and sects. Dnyaneshwar unleashed a silent revolution against the religious monopoly and orthodoxy of the narrow-minded priestly class. Sant Dnyaneshwar was amongst the first to use the local langua

Shri Krishna Jayanti Celebrations in Braj Bhumi 2023 – The Birthday of Lord Krishna in Mathura and Vrindavan 2023

Krishna Janmashtami or Shri Krishna Jayanti is celebrated in India and around the world. But none of it will be able to match the celebrations held at Mathura and Vrindavan. Krishna Janma Bhoomi Mandir or the two temples at Sri Krishna Janmasthan, the exact place Shri Krishna was born, is the main center of celebrations in Mathura . It is also known as Brij Bhumi and thousands of people converge here on the day of Lord Krishna's birth anniversary. In 2023, Krishna Janmashtami in Mathura and Vrindavan is on September 7. In Ranganatha   Temple at Vrindavan the birthday celebrations will be observed on September 7. Then there is the Latta Ka Mela celebration on September 8. The main Krishna Janmashtami celebrations are held at Mathura , Vrindavan, Govardhan and Nandgaon and begin at midnight. The entire area is also referred as Brij Bhumi or Braj Bhumi. Idols of Lord Krishna in the various temples in Mathura , Vrindavan, Govardhan and Nandgaon will be decorated with n

Story – Why Karna is Daanveer and Not Yudhishtira?

Karna of Mahabharata is always referred as Daanveer Karna but Yudhisthira, the eldest of the Pandavas, is never referred as Daanveer. One who performs philanthropy, charity or almsgiving even during the toughest situations in life referred as Daanveer. ‘Daan’ means alms and ‘Veer’ is a mentally and physically courageous person. Arjuna, one of the Pandavas, was jealous of Karna because he threatened his title of greatest archer. Therefore he used keep an eye on all activities of Karna. One day, Arjuna asked his best friend and Guru, Sri Krishna, Why Karna is Daanveer and not my elder brother Yudhishtira. My brother never hesitates when an opportunity to help arrives. He has performed donation as per his capacity. To give the answer to Arjuna and to clear his doubts, Sri Krishna asked Arjuna to get a makeover. Both of them dressed like poor saints. It was the rainy season and there was torrential rain. Both Arjuna and Sri Krishna in the guise of poor saints reached the h

Inauspicious Time In A Day As Per Hindu Astrology

Certain period in a day are considered inauspicious or bad as per Hindu astrology. No functions are performed during the time. Those people that strictly follow astrology also do not buy or sell anything during the period. The inauspicious times in a day are: Rahukalam Yamagandam Gulikai Durmuhurtham Varjyam The duration of the inauspicious period is from 1 hour to 1.5 hours. They also overlap. for example Gulikai will be present when there is Varjyam. A day as per Hindu astrology a day is calculated from sunrise to sunset. So the above said bad period can overlap into the next day of the Gregorian calendar or general English calendar followed. For example Varjyam will be from 4:00 AM to 5:00 AM on August 4, 20129. This as per Hindu astrology is the time for August 3, 2012 as the day is yet to end. Rahukalam is only followed in South India . In some regions it is constant. In some regions it is based on the sunrise time. Time of Yamagandam, Gulikai, Durmuhurtham

Yantra For Money - Yantra Worshiped for Making Good Money

Yantra for money are those associated with Goddess Lakshmi, Kubera, Ganesha and Sri Krishna. These yantras should be place in home, office, factories, vehicles etc for attaining money and wealth. One should worship the Yantra daily, offer prayers, be determined and dedicated, perform food donation and avoid evil company to achieve success. Some of the Yantra for money include Bhagya Vardhak, Daridra Vinashak, Dhanda Yakshani, Karya Shiddhi Yantra, Kubera, Krishna Bisa Yantra, Lakshmi – Kuber Yantra, Lakshmi Yantra and Ganesh Lakshmi Yantra. Proper worship of the Yantra will help in achieving money from various sources. Lost wealth will be regained.

Angarak Yog Nivaran – Methods to overcome trouble related to Angarak Yog – Remedies for Angaraka Yoga

Angarak Yog Nivaran is the methods successfully used to overcome all troubles by people with Angarak Yog in their horoscope. Following are the remedy suggested for Angaraka Yoga. Angarak Yog Nivaran Cleanliness – especially of mouth – clean you teeth with water every morning before any activity. Worship moon or Chandra daily. You can do monthly offering of white colored sweet. Bury earthen pot filled with honey in a place where people do not walk. Donate clothes to poor people. Donate sweets with silver foil. Perform food donation. Free birds Grow trees and water it. Offer prayers to Hanuman on Tuesdays.

Sanat Kumara Gita Teachings

A collection of teachings from Sanat Kumara Gita. It has been positively stated that perfect non-attachment to things other than the soul, firm and constant love of the attribute-less Brahman and the Self constitute the means to the final beatitude of men. Just as fire ignited from arani consumes its own source, the man, by force of his knowledge and non-attachment, burns down his subtle body consisting of five subtle elements and enveloping his soul, in such a way as to render it unrevivable. When the screen or sheath which, till then intervened between the Supreme-Soul (Paramatman) and the soul, is destroyed, the person becomes freed from all the attributes pertaining to the subtle body which has been burnt down. He does not perceive which are within him, nor objects which are external to him, just as a man awakened from a dream does not see the objects he perceived in his dream. The mind of those who brood over objects of worldly enjoyment is distracted by their senses wh