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Dreaming Of A Stranger In Love With You – Meaning

Dreaming of making love with a stranger or stranger in love with you is very common. Majority of the time it has no meaning. This is because the dream is the result of some activity during day or constant thinking of love making, sex or romance. But if the dream happens naturally without any influence of daytime activity then it should be taken seriously. A single person dreaming of stranger in love with you or making love with a stranger means that you are going to face emotional problems and relationship issues. Someone whom you trusted might cheat on you. A married person seeing the dream means you are going to cheat your spouse or your spouse is cheating on you. As told earlier, such dream usually has no meaning as majority of time it is due to some intense activity based on the subject during daytime.

Story Of Goddess Renuka And Her Sister Banika In Himachal Pradesh

Goddess Renuka Devi worship is very popular in Himachal Pradesh, especially in Sirmaur. There is a popular story associated with Goddess Renuka and Her sister Banika, connected to the holy Renuka Lake. Renuka was married to Rishi Jamadagni and her sister Banika was married to King Sahastrabahu. Rishi Jamadagni planned a ceremony of great religious significance and invited many dignitaries but he did not invite Sahastrabahu. Hurt by this exclusion, Banika asked Renuka to persuade Jamadagni to invite her husband. Reluctantly, Jamadagni agreed to the wish of his wife. The sage had been given the celestial cow by the king of gods, Indra to provide for his many guests. As Sahastrabahu was leaving he asked for the miraculous cow that had made the lavish hospitality possible. Jamadagni refused and returned Kamdhenu to Indra, at which Sahastrabahu flew into a rage and killed the sage. Overwhelmed with guilt, Renuka ender her life in the present Renuka lake, making it holy but virtue of h

Marathi Vivah Muhurat in 2022 – Marriage - Wedding Dates in Maharashtra in 2022 as Per Marathi Calendar

Marathi Vivah Muhurat based on Marathi Panchang and Calendar 2022 is given below. Please note that these are Vivah Muhurat (marriage or wedding) dates for 2022 in Maharashtra and is not applicable in other parts in India. Marathi Vivah Muhurat in 2022 January 2022 – January 15, January 20, January 23, January 27 and January 29 February 2022 – February 5, February 6, February 7, February 11, February 18, February 21 and Feb 22 March 2022 – March 27 April 2022 - April 17, April 19, April 21, April 22, April 23 and April 28 May 2022 – May 2, May 3, May 9, May 10, May 11, May 12, May 13, May 17, May 18, May 20, May 25, May 26 and May 31 June 2022 – June 6, June 8, June 11, June 12, June 13, June 14, June 15, June 16, June 21, and June 22 July 2022 – July 3, July 5, July 6, and July 8 August 2022 – no marriage dates due to Chatur Maas September 2022 – no marriage dates due to Chatur Maas October 2022 – no marriage dates due to Chatur Maas November 2022 – Nov

Jamlu Devta Temple At Malana In Kullu District – Himachal Pradesh

Jamlu Devta temple is located at Malana, which is around 52 kms from Kullu town in Himachal Pradesh. The temple is around 23 kms trek from Jari Village. Jamlu Devta is associated with Jamadagni Rishi father of Parashurama ad the sage who released many gods from the Chanderkhani pass in Kullu. Jamlu is a powerful deity, exemplified by the fact that of all gods in Kullu, he alone pays no obeisance to Raghunath, and nor does he participate in the Dussehra celebrations. He is even said to have intimidated Emperor Akbar. A story tells of how a pilgrim from Malana arrived in Delhi where two coins he had were taken as tax. Soon thereafter, Akbar contracted leprosy and on the advice of Brahmins, had the treasury searched for the two coins, which were found glued to each other. Though the emperor could not return the coins in person, he sent them accompanied by images of himself and his court crafted in gold and silver. The temple is the side of an annual festival, when the main murti is

Dakshin Mahadeva Temple At Nirmand – Kullu – Himachal Pradesh

Dakshini Mahadeva temple at Nirmand is located around 19 kms from Rampur in Kullu, Himachal Pradesh. Set on stone platform, Dakshin Mahadev temple is near to the famous Ambika Devi temple, at the bottom of a long flight of steps. It is most notable for its ‘exquisite doorframe… an outstanding example of classical diction. The temple derives its name from the belief that the Shivling enshrined in temple is from South India. The devata has five mohras. The belief is that the Shivling was brought from Kanchipuram in Tamil Nadu. The beautifully carved doorway has numerous sculptures interesting among them are a lady looking into a mirror, a musician surrounded by his instruments, such as drums, flutes and conch shells. The 12 wooden pillars of the temple are decorated with varied motifs and the overall style shows the same Kashmiri influence visible in early temples of Chamba. The wood and stone structure – an architectural feature known as kathkuni – resembles a house more than a

Five Spots For Holy Bath In Bharathapuzha River – Pancha Snan Ghat In Kerala

Bharathapuzha is a holy river in Kerala and there are numerous famous temples and sacred spots on the banks of the river. Panchasnanaghat are five spots for taking holy bath in Bharathapuzha River. The five holy spots are Thiruvilwamala Thrithala Thirunavaya Thirumittacode Thiruvanchikuzhi The five holy spots are spread across Palakkad, Thrissur and Malappuram districts in Kerala. Thiruvilwamala is famous for Thiruvilwamala Vilwadrinatha Temple. The presiding deities are Sree Rama and Lakshmana. The temple consists of two double-storied square-shaped sreekovils (sanctum sanctorum) and two anakkottils (platform for elephants). The murti of Sree Rama is 5 ft tall, and is carved on a rare stone known as Pathalanjana Sila. The famous Punarjani Cave is situated near the temple. Entry to the cave is allowed only once a year on Guruvayur Ekadashi. On the eastern side of the temple, there stands a huge peepal tree. Trithala is famous for the Kattil Madom temple dedicated to

Dreaming About Ex – Meaning

Dreaming about ex – former husband or wife – is very common. It is a positive dream. The meaning of the dream is based on content. If the dream is an intense debate or fight then it is an indication that soon you will be facing arguments, accidents or fights. If the dream about ex is romantic or love then it means that you will be entering into a phase of life in which you will meet someone who will change your life forever. Sometimes seeing ex in dream is also an indication that you are going to make some mistake in near future. A dream to have a meaning it has to happen naturally and not due to any daytime incident influence. If you were thinking about your ex or talking about and then having a dream about the person has no value.

Mind Is Controlled By Practice And Renunciation

The mind-river flows in two directions: one, towards evil through the path of the senses, and the other towards wellbeing through the path of discrimination. The flow towards evil and sin is stopped with the help of discrimination and renunciation and it is made to flow towards wellbeing and good with the help of practice. (Sage Vyasa) Practice of concentration without renunciation is dangerous and mere renunciation without the practice of concentration of mind on the ideal may lead to dryness and purposelessness. Without renunciation, practice is blind; without practice, mere renunciation is lame. Renunciation shows the way while practice gives the energy to proceed toward the spiritual goal. In the Gita, Sri Krishna has very succinctly stated its essence: Whenever and for whatever reason the restless mind wanders away, curbing it from that, it must be brought under the subjugation of the self. By constant practice, habits are formed and character is nothing but a collection

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

Tithi in Panchang – Hindu Calendar on Wednesday, 31 March 2021 – It is Krishna Paksha Tritiya tithi or the third day during the waning or dark phase of moon in Hindu calendar and Panchang in most regions. It is Krishna Paksha Tritiya tithi or the third day during the waning or dark phase of moon till 5:56 PM on March 31. Then onward it is Krishna Paksha Chaturthi tithi or the fourth day during the waning or dark phase of moon till 3:21 PM on April 1. (Time applicable in all north, south and eastern parts of India. All time based on India Standard Time.  Good – Auspicious time on March 31, 2021 as per Hindu Calendar – There is no good and auspicious time on the entire day.  Nakshatra  – Swathi or Chothi Nakshatra till 1:14 PM on March 31. Then onward it is Vishaka or Vishakam Nakshatra till 11:33 AM on April 1. (Time applicable in north, south and eastern parts of India).  In western parts of India (Maharashtra, Gujarat, Goa, north Karnataka and south Rajasthan), Swathi o