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Read Or Listen Ramayana Free In 11 Indian Languages Along With English Translation

Ramayana has inspired millions of people around the world. Each individual finds new meaning and inspiration from the epic. Gitasupersite is now offering an exclusive website dedicated to Ramayana. You can listen and read Ramayana online in 11 Indian languages. There is also English and Sanskrit Translation. The 11 languages are Assamese, Bengali, Hindi, Gujarati, Gurumukhi, Kannada, Malayalam, Odia, Tamil, Telugu and English. You can read the Ramayana Sloka wise or Sarga (chapter) wise Link  – You can read or listen to the Ramayana Sarga wise here. Link – You can read or listen to the Ramayana Shloka wise here.

Damnak Chaturdashi 2023 date - Bishnu Damanak Chaturdashi At Gopalparasad Hingula Temple

Damnak Chaturdashi is a Hindu auspicious day which falls on the 14th day of the Shukla Paksha (Waxing Phase of moon) in Chaitra month (March – April). In 2023, the date of Damnak Chaturdashi is April 5. The day is of great significance to certain Hindu communities in Odisha, Maharashtra and North India . Special pujas and rituals are performed on the day. Every year on Bishnu Damanak Chaturdashi(Chaitra Shukla Chaturdashi), Mother Goddess Hingula gives darshan to Her devotees in a state of burning fire at a spot near Hingula temple in Gopalprasad, around 14 km from Talcher in Odisha. On Shukla Chaturdashi of Chaitra month, Goddess Hingula, who is present at Puri Temple Kitchen, takes leave from Puri Jagannath Temple kitchen and gives 'darshan' to devotees here in form of burning fire. Before some days of the Chaturdashi, Maa appears near the temple and informs the chief 'Dehury' about the location of the burning spot which is kept surrounded with heaps

Lessons From The Upanishads

A collection of valuable lessons from the Upanishads. The stream of tendencies flowing through good and evil channels is to be directed by self-effort along the good path. When it has entered the evil path, it is to be turned towards the good path. (Muktikopanishad, II.V. 6) The heavens are His head; the sun and moon, His eyes; the quarters, His ears; the revealed Vedas, His speech; the wind is His breath; the universe, His heart. From His feet is produced the earth. He is indeed the inner Self of all beings.’ (Mundaka Upanishad 2:1:4 – describes the cosmic man) He has turned his eyes inward (aavritta chakshu), his vision takes a U-turn because he wants to attain immortality. – The mind of a seeker in Katha Upanishad. May the Lord, who is one and undivided, but who by virtue of His multiple powers creates these endless, diversities in the beginning without any definite end in view and who destroys the universe in the end, endow us with wholesome intelligence.