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Story - Sage Gautama Creates a New Eye to See Sage Vyasa

Sage Gautama was a great philosopher and author of several Holy Scriptures. The story of Sage Gautama creating a new eye to see sage Vyasa explains how difficult it is to conquer pride even for a sage. Once during a discussion, Sage Vyasa criticized a book written by Sage Gautama on logic. The discussion turned ugly when Sage Vyasa said that the book was worthless. Veena Dharini Madanika - Holding Rudra Veena Belur Temple The pride of Sage Gautama was hurt and he declared that from then onwards he will never look at the face of Sage Vyasa. Sage Vyasa realized he made a mistake by hurting the pride of his friend. So he asked for forgiveness. But Sage Gautama was adamant that criticizing his book was equal to criticizing his knowledge. Sage Vyasa did not give up and kept pleading forgiveness. Sage Gautama then decided to forgive Sage Vyasa. But he was not ready to break his promise of not looking at his friend. So the sage created a new eye and placed it on h

Kannadiga Marriage Dates in 2022 – Hindu Kannada Wedding Dates For Karnataka in 2022 As Per Kannada Calendar and Panchang

Kannadiga marriage dates based on Kannada Panchang and Calendar 2022 is given below. Please note that these are wedding dates for 2022 in Karnataka and are not applicable in other parts in India. This is because the calendar followed here is Amavasyath and is different from other regions in India. A month here begins the day after no moon or Amavasya day. Kannadiga Marriage Dates in 2022 January 2022 – January 23 February 2022 – February 5, February 6, February 7 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 marriag

Dreaming Of Attending A Wedding - Meaning - Dream Attending Someone's Wedding

Dreaming of attending a wedding is a positive dream and it suggests happiness, hope and better feature as per dream meaning and interpretation. It also suggests acceptance and honor. Dream attending someone's wedding means change of luck it also means failure in relationship. Seeing dream of your own wedding is a sign of frustration and unhappiness in near future. There will not be desire fulfillment.  Unmarried people seeing the dream of attending a marriage is an indication of a new relationship or early marriage. Married people seeing the dream is an indication of happy occasion in life or get together. Dreaming of you dancing in a wedding means you will see soon see child birth in family. It also suggests vacation. Dreaming of you eating happily in wedding means you will get costly gifts.  It is very common to see wedding and marriages in dreams. Quite often they have no meaning as it is merely an extension of the day time activity like attending a wedding or seeing somet

Upcoming Hindu Festivals in April 2021 – Hindu Vrat – Fasting – Rituals in April 2021

Dates of important upcoming festivals and fasting associated with Hinduism in April 2021 – based on major Hindu calendars and Panchang used in India. The festivals, Vrats and ritual days are based on Indian Standard Time (IST). April 2 – Rang Panchami April 2 – Sant Eknath Shashti April 4 – Sheetala Saptami April 4 – Kalashtami April 5 – Sheetala Ashtami Vrat – Basora April 7 – Ekadashi Vrat April 9 – Pradosh Vrat – Kharmas Starts in North India April 9 – Madhu Krishna Trayodashi April 10 – Shiva Chaturdashi Vrat – Hingal Puja – Monthly Shivratri Fasting April 11 – Snan – Daan – Shradh Amavasya April 12 – Snan – Daan – Somvati Amavasya April 13 – Ugadi – Gudi Padwa – Vikram Samvat 2078 begins – Shalivahan Shaka 1943 begins – Chaitra Navratri April 13 – Chaitra month begins in Maharashtra, Gujarat, Goa, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. April 14 – Cheti Chand – Jhulelal Jayanti April 14 – Kharmas Ends in North India April 14 – Mesha Sankranti 4:41 AM Apri

Hatkoti Temple – History – Hateshwari Mata Temple In Himachal Pradesh

Hatkoti is an ancient village on the banks of the Pabbar River in Himachal Pradesh and the most important temple here is dedicated to Hateshwari Mata. Situated in the midst of lush paddy fields, the Hatkoti temple complex is built around the Hateshwari Mata. The shrine is around 130 kms from Shimla and 14 kms from Rohru. Hatkoti Temple History Hatkoti village has a number of stone shikhara temples scattered over an area of 5 sq. kms. The architecture and carvings on these temples places them between the 6th to 9th centuries and many scholars attribute the temples to the revival of Hinduism by Adi Shankaracharya. Hateshwari Temple is believed to have been built in the 9th-10th centuries on the remains of an ancient temple. The temple has a pyramidal roof tipped with a marble amalaka and a golden kalasha. The original stone kalasha is now kept at the entrance on the premises. The Raja also built wood and stone walls around the original structure to protect it from the ravages of harsh cl

Marathi Calendar 2021 – 2022 in pdf – Free Download of Marathi Panchang for Plava Nama 1943 Year

Marathi Calendar and Panchang 2021 - 2022 in pdf is created by the Uttaradi Math and is based on the Panchang and calendars followed in Maharashtra. The Marathi Panchang for Plava Nama Samvatsara 1943 contains auspicious dates like shubh muhurat, marriages (Vivah muhurat), Mundan ceremony, Upanayan, house warming (griha Pravesh) etc. The Marathi Panchang is from April 13, 2021 to April 1, 2022. This calendar is easy to use and contains all the basic information in a simple format. The numerals used are English. You can read in pdf format online and download and save copy and read using pdf reader. The Panchangam and calendar can be downloaded from here -  Marathi Calendar 2021 – 2022 of Uttaradi Math in pdf.

Kuttemperoor Sree Karthyayani Devi Temple – Information - Festival

Kuttemperoor Sree Karthyayani Devi Temple, also known as Kuttemperoor Devi Temple, is located at Kuttemperoor in Mannar, Alappuzha district, Kerala. The main deity worshiped in the temple is Goddess Karthyayani Devi. The 10-day annual festival in Kuttemperoor Sree Karthyayani Devi temple is held in such a manner that the Pooram Nakshatra in Meenam month falls on the 9 th day of the festival. The temple is noted for the wooden carvings on its sreekovil. The sanctum sanctorum is circular in shape – vatta sreekovil. The murti of Mother Goddess Karthyayani devi is made using a special mixture of Darbha grass and river sand. The sreekovil of the temple is noted for its wooden sculptures. The Upa Devatas worshipped in the temple are Bhagavathi, Sastha, Shiva and Rakshas. Yakshi is worshipped in the Thidappali. There is a presence of Rakshas in the temple and it is believed that the rakshas is of a namboothiri of Pazhoor Mana who was part of the family that performed puja in the temp

Bhagavad Gita - Threefold Happiness Teachings

Bhagavad Gita Chapter 18 – Verses 36 to 39 explains the concept of threefold happiness. That happiness one learns to enjoy by practice, By which one comes to the end of pain. That happiness is Sattvika. Which is born from enlightenment or self realization, And which is said to be poison in the beginning, But which becomes sweet like nectar in the end. That happiness, pleasure and exultation is Rajasika, Which arises from the contact between the senses and objects, And which is said to be sweet like nectar in the beginning, But which turns into bitter gall in the end. That brutal pleasure and excitement is Tamasika, Which results from excessive sleep, lethargy, and miscomprehension, And which keeps the Atman deluded from the beginning till the end.

2 April 2021 Tithi - Panchang - Hindu Calendar - Good Time - Nakshatra – Rashi

Tithi in Panchang – Hindu Calendar on Friday, 2 April 2021 – It is Krishna Paksha Panchami tithi or the fifth day during the waning or dark phase of moon in Hindu calendar and Panchang in most regions. It is Krishna Paksha Panchami tithi or the fifth day during the waning or dark phase of moon till 1:07 PM on April 2. Then onward it is Krishna Paksha Sashti tithi or the sixth day during the waning or dark phase of moon till 10:52 AM on April 3. (Time applicable in all north, south and eastern parts of India. All time based on India Standard Time.  Good – Auspicious time on April 2, 2021 as per Hindu Calendar – There is no good and auspicious time on the day.  Nakshatra  – Anuradha or Anusham or Anizham Nakshatra till 9:54 AM on April 2. Then onward it is Jyeshta or Kettai or Triketta Nakshatra till 8:23 AM on April 3. (Time applicable in north, south and eastern parts of India).  In western parts of India (Maharashtra, Gujarat, Goa, north Karnataka and south Rajasthan),