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Skeleton In Dream – Meaning of Seeing Skeleton In Dream

Seeing skeleton in dream is considered as a positive 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. Meaning of Seeing Skeleton In Dream Those seeing skeleton in dream will see change in fortune. There will be financial gains. As per scholars the belief is that the person will see positive change in all walks of life. It is good to offer prayers to Shiva or Bhairav after seeing skeleton in dream.

Story Of Ruru – Husband Who Gave Half Of His Life To Wife

The story of Ruru is found in the Kashidashi Mahabharat. He loved his wife so much that he gave half of his life to save his wife from death. Ruru was the grandson of Chyavan and son of Pramati. He married Pramadvara, daughter of heavenly damsel Menaka. They led a simple and happy life. One day Pramadvara was bitten by a snake and she died immediately. Ruru was inconsolable. He ran from the spot crying loudly. He reached the forests soon and kept crying loudly. All living beings in the forest were disturbed by the non-stop crying of Ruru. Devas arrived at the scene and told Ruru that all living beings have to die that is law of nature. His wife, Pramadvara, was never destined to live forever. It was her destiny that she had to die from snake bite. The words of Devas did not console Ruru. He kept crying loudly. The Devas then told Ruru that he can have his wife back, if he was willing to give half of his remaining lifespan to her. Ruru did not have any second tho

Dagdhakshara – Inauspicious Letters In Alphabet

Dagdhakshara means scorched alphabet implying thereby that certain so-considered letters never be used, generally at the beginning of a composition. As such daghaksharas are forbidden at the beginning of any literary work. In Sanskrit prosody called Pingala Shastra, there are some instructions for poets regarding the use of words. It is believed that the choice of letters, at the beginning of any poetic composition, specially a mahakavya (an epic) or a khanda kavya (near epic poem, or a long narrative in cantos or books), brings either a good or a bad effect on the composer of the poetic work. Out of the letters of the Sanskrit alphabet in Devanagari script, some are called shubha (auspicious or propitious) and some ashubha (inauspicious). The auspicious letters are fifteen, namely k, kh, g, gh, c, ch, j,  ḍ , d, dh, n, y, s, sh and k ṣ . The inauspicious letters are nineteen, namely  ṅ , jh, naa,  ṭ ,  ṭ h, ḍh,  ṇ , ta, tha, p, ph, b, bh, m, r, l, v, ṣ and  ḥ . Amo

Choose God As Our Main Player And Allow Him Make The Moves

Story from the life of Pandava brothers inspires us to make God as our main player. By allowing god to choose god as our main player we are ensuring our victory because his moves will never end in disasters. The great five Pandava brothers, when they were in exile, once complained to Sri Krishna about the endless sufferings they had to undergo, despite He, Sri Krishna, the Lord, being with them always. Sri Krishna smiled and explained, when you were playing the game of dice with the Kauravas, which you had accepted as part of your royal disposition, and when it was offered that either side could choose anyone whom they held accomplished to represent them as their main player who will decide the moves, while Kauravas chose their uncle Shakuni, you chose your own elder brother whose skills in dealing with this challenge were no equal to it. If you had chosen Me as your main player, the whole story would have been different. The moral is that we should choose God as our ma