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Gold Waist Band In Hindu Religion Worn by Women – Why Hindu Women Wear Kardhani?

Waist band, also known as Kardhani, is an ornament worn only during marriage or during important functions by Hindu women. It is not an essential ornament in Hindu religion. It is also associated with menstrual cycle of women. The ornament is worn on the waist by women. It is usually made of gold. Some Hindu women in south India used to wear it regularly like other ornaments. But today it is confined to important functions. It is now mainly worn by the bride on marriage day. It is believed that gold waist band or Kardhani helps in controlling menstrual cramps. It is also believed in helping in having a smooth menstrual cycle. Indirectly it is related to conception – to help the women in conceiving easily. Very rarely silver waist bands were used in ancient times. It is believed that it helped in controlling belly fat. It was also used after pregnancy to keep the stomach tight. Warrior women are believed to have hid swords in the form of waist band.

What Is Pure Consciousness In Hinduism? - Chaitanya

Chaitanya is pure consciousness in Hinduism. It is the essence of Brahman. It is pure intelligence. It is pure spirituality. It is the potency which lies at the root of all motion and change in nature. It is the capacity of reaction to outer influences, a potency which in its highest development reveals itself as human intellect, as spirit. Chaitanya is the real self or ‘I,’ which is present as Sakshin (witness) to all individual actions but is itself only apparently individualized by the body, the indris (sense organs), the objects of the outer world, and the mind or manasa (internal organ). Hence it is Brahman. Sculpture At Chennakeshava Temple Belur Chaitanya is the power that, without losing its identity and unity, embraces the manifold in the world of human experience. Being pure consciousness, it is not reflective consciousness, and thus it is not self-conscious. It has nothing for its support, nor does it require any support. It is self-illuminating as well as self

The Way We React To A Problem Is The Problem

The problem is not the problem but the way we react to the problem is the problem. Our inability to handle a problem causes difficulties and bad situations. When we remain calm and composed we can solve any issues without chaos. Stop overreacting to problems and there will be no chaos in life. React only when it is necessary. Do not get involved in all problems. Dodge some problems. Wait for some problems to settle down. Some problems solve itself over a period of time.   Let the hot iron rod cool itself and pick it up when it is ready to be picked up. Many problems are like iron rod. Majority of our reactions are panicky; observe the problem wait and when we have understood it properly solve it. When we are panicky, our solutions will be wrong and it creates more complications. You are driving smoothly on the road suddenly a bike overtakes from the left; you immediately react and move to right side of the road without looking. The vehicle coming from the right will hi

10 March 2021 Tithi - Panchang - Hindu Calendar - Good Time - Nakshatra – Rashi

Tithi in Panchang – Hindu Calendar on Wednesday, 10 March 2021 – It is Krishna Paksha Dwadashi tithi or the twelfth day during the waning or dark phase of moon in Hindu calendar and Panchang in most regions. It is Krishna Paksha Dwadashi tithi or the twelfth day during the waning or dark phase of moon till 2:52 PM on March 10. Then onward it is Krishna Paksha Trayodashi tithi or the thirteenth day during the waning or dark phase of moon till 2:22 PM on March 11. (Time applicable in all north, south and eastern parts of India. All time based on India Standard Time.  Good – Auspicious time on March 10, 2021 as per Hindu Calendar – Good and auspicious time till 2:40 PM.  Nakshatra  – Shravana or Thiruvonam or Sravanam nakshatram till 9:12 PM on March 10. Then onward it is Dhanishta or Sravishta or Avittam nakshatra till 9:29 PM on March 11.  (Time applicable in north, south and eastern parts of India).  In western parts of India (Maharashtra, Gujarat, Goa, north Karnataka