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Pushya Nakshatra 2021 date and time - Poosam or Pooyam Birth Star Dates in 2021 in Hindu Calendar

Pushya, or  Pushyami, Poosam or Pooyam , is one among the 27 nakshatras. Below are Pushya Nakshatra 2021 dates and time based on Hindu Calendar and Panchang as per India Standard Time. The day Pushya Nakshatra falls is considered highly auspicious for beginning new ventures, investments, and purchases. When the day falls on Thursday it is known as Guru pushya amrut and is highly auspicious. Today, Pushya Nakshatra is the ideal day for many people for buying Gold and Jewelry. According to Hindu astrology, the favorable alignment of the stars on Pushya Nakshatra day results in prosperity, success, and happiness. Pushya - Poosam - Pooyam Nakshatra Date and Time 2021 - North - East - South of India This time is applicable in Delhi, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh, Haryana, Punjab, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Chhattisgarh, Orissa, West Bengal, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Pondicherry, Jammu and Kashmir, Manipur, Tripura, Assam, Meg

Vajikarana – Study Of Male Infertility In Ayurveda

Vajikarana Chikitsa (treatment) deals with the preventive and curative aspects of male infertility, impotency, weak libido and related defects. It is one of the eight special branches of Ayurveda. Vajikarana may therefore be called a science of eugenics and aphrodisiacs. In ancient times, an individual without progeny was generally subjected to ridicule, while one with a number of children was respected. It was in response to this social compulsion that Vajikarana branch of Ayurveda came into practice. There are several herbal preparations to promote virility, in the form of pills, ghee, milk, certain types of eatables, curds and other food preparations. These are administered orally, after proper elimination therapy. Rectal therapy with Vajikarana medicines in the form of emetics is also given. Apart from herbs, eggs of birds like hen, swan, and peahen and also of fish, animal fat of pig, semen of birds like sparrow, swan, cock and peacock, and also of crocodile have been stated

Where to Keep Tulsi Plant in a Hindu Home? - Direction Of Tulsi Plant

If you follow Hindu tradition, then keep a Tulsi plant at home. It is auspicious, good for health both mental and physical and it is of great medicinal value. So where to keep the Tulsi plant in a Hindu home? There are four options when it comes to the direction or position of tulsi plant in a Hindu home. The Tulsi plant can be kept in front of the house. In the eastern side of the house. In the north side of the house. In the northeastern side of the house. If possible, have a banana plant in the Ishaan corner (northeast) along with Tulsi this will help in solving all financial and property problems.

Mantra Pushpam In Thiruvaradhana – Ritual Worship Of Lord Vishnu

Mantra Pushpam in Thiruvaradhana is the ritual worship of Narayana on a daily basis. It is the sixth stage of worship in a Thiruvaradhana ritual. Mantra Pushpam consists of the following steps of recital: Opening Rk of Vedas Ashtakshara from Narayana Upanishad Reference of Sri Rama Avatara Sri Krishna Avatara in the Mahabharata Sri Krishna’s revelation of his true form to his father Narayana in Vaikunta All creation being the form and abode of Vishnu Vishnu’s advent from Vaikunta to Tirumala One of Nammalvar’s Pasurams A Shloka each from Sri Alavandar and Sri Ramanuja, who have assured that Srinivasa and Narayana are identical. Mantra Pushpam In Tirupati Balaji Temple Mantra Pushpam recited at Tirumala is unique in that it is not what is given in Vaikhanasa and Panchratra Agamas. Neither is it what Ramanuja has prescribed in his Nityam. Mantra Pushpam in Tirumala is said to have perhaps been arranged by Tirumalai Nambi. A Srivaishnava spends much of his

Vision Of Lord Shiva At Manikarnika Ghat - Sri Ramakrishna

Sri Ramakrishna once had the vision of Shiva at the famous Manikarnika Ghat in Varanasi. Manikarnika Ghat is also known as the burning ghat as corpses are burned here. Sri Ramakrishna Paramahamsa said: I saw a tall, white person with tawny, matted hair walking with solemn steps to each pyre in the burning ghat, raising carefully every jiva and imparting into his ear the mantra of Supreme Brahman. On the other side of the pyre, the all-powerful Mahakali was untying all the knots of bondage, gross, subtle and causal of the jiva produced by past impressions and sending him to the indivisible sphere by opening with her own hands the door to liberation. Thus did Viswanatha, the divine Lord of the universe, endow him in an instant with the infinite Bliss of experiencing non-duality, which ordinarily results from the practice of yoga and austerity for many cycles. Thus did He fulfill the perfection of the jiva's life. Source — Sri Ramakrishna, the Great Master, p.565

When Emotions Overwhelm You - What To Do?

Things to do when emotions overwhelm you. We all have strong feeling for something or other. We say and do lot of things in the heat of the moment and later regret. So do not be a slave of our emotions. We should pull back the moment we get the feeling that things are going out of hand. When we have strong feeling for something we tend to ignore several aspects of the issue. To prove our point we become irrational and go against truth and reality. Think, wait and then respond. When we are overwhelmed by emotions, we should take a breath, pause and then respond in a dignified manner. Negative emotions never helps. It only damages. But if we try to fight or suppress negative emotions it will cling on to us. We need to shed them. Anger, fear, sadness, fear, depression… all this should clearly studied and understood. We need to keep a close watch on them. The moment they try to overwhelm us we should realize it and stop them. Emotions only overwhelm the wrongly identified s