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When Women Are Not Loved and Respected Goddess Lakshmi Abandons The House

There is a famous quote of Garga Rishi – “Goddess Lakshmi resides in that house where women are loved and respected, 33 million gods and goddesses also resides in that house. यद् गृहे रमते नारी लक्ष् ‍ मीस् ‍ तद् गृहवासिनी। देवता : कोटिशो वत् ‍ स ! न त् ‍ यजन्ति गृहं हितत्।। We often blame for loss of money and reversal in financial fortune on bad luck, vastu, bad phase in horoscope (janam kundali). But we never bother to blame it on the behavior of the men towards the women in the house. Those household where woman are not loved and respected becomes the abode of Alakshmi. She brings along with her misfortune and bad luck. She thrives on the tears of women. Goddess Lakshmi abandons such a place and along with her goes away all positive energy. Equally dangerous is those women who do not follow Dharma. They also bring bad luck. They will attract negative forces. But treating a good woman badly is unforgivable and there will be no progress in such plac

Achala Murti In Hinduism – Fixed Immovable Achalamurti In Hindu Temple

Achala Murti in Hinduism is the term used to refer to the fixed and immovable murti (idol or icon) in a Hindu temple. It is the main murti in a temple and it is installed on a pedestal at the center of the sanctum sanctorum. Achala Murti is usually made of granite. In the case of Shiva, it is a Shivling. In the case of Goddess Kali, the immovable icon may be made of jackwood. Some Vishnu murtis are made using Salagrama. A special kind of mortar called kastusarkarayoga is sometimes used to make the achala murti. It may be in the sitting position, standing position or inclined position. This kind of immovable murti is also called Dhruva Bera. Chalamurtis (portable smaller images) of the deity are used in various public routines of worship, and bathing rites and are called utsava murti or utsavabera when used for a festival procession. During the Shri Bahubali offerings made to the various minor deities by the priest (tantri, pujai or archaka) under the supervision of

Ego Quotes – Swami Pavitrananda

A collection of quotes on Ego by Swami Parvitrananda. Yoga means yoke or union, union with God. And what separates us from God, that we want to have union with Him? It is our ego-sense, our I-sense. It is a mysterious thing. You cannot say it exists; you cannot say it does not exist. In Vedanta, it is said that this maya is existence and non-existence both. You cannot say this egotism or ego-sense exists, because you do not know what it is. You try to analyse it, and do not find it. But on the other hand, you cannot say it does not exist. A few harsh words and at once you flare up; you are disturbed for days together. So it exists, and it does not exist, too. This mysterious entity is said to be something like a mirage. A mirage really does not exist, but you see it all the while. It is said the deer runs after the water of a mirage; it runs and runs until it dies. It is the same case with us. We are moving at a great speed on ego-sense, and we run and run. We do not kn

Mother In Dream – Seeing Mother in Dreams Meaning in Hindu Religion

Seeing mother in dream is considered good as per those who believe in dream interpretation. In Hindu religion there is an ancient scripture known as Swapna Shastra which gives interpretation and meaning of various dreams. It is believed that those who see mother will soon achieve peace, progress and prosperity. Such people will also have the opportunity for new work. Mother also appears in dream to warn about future accidents and illness. Some people believe that mother comes in dream to warn children about future. You need to be careful with all your activities, new relationships and friendship. Mother also appears in dream to help a person with difficult decision. You need to then think what mother would have done in the difficult situation.