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Dreaming Of Car Accident – Meaning

Dreaming of car accident is very common and it should not be ignored. The straight forward meaning of car accident is that you will be facing unexpected problems in life or some kind of financial damage. Today it is very common to see dreams of car accident as many people see such things in real life or on television. Dreaming of car accidents after witnessing an intense incident does not have any value as it is just a mere extension of what happened during the daytime. The dream to have a meaning it should happen naturally not under influence of daytime activity. Seeing people dying or blood or broken body parts after car accident means that you will need to be careful about your activities and avoid any kind of unwanted activities. Seeing two cars colliding or car colliding with another vehicle means you will get into fight with unknown people. Seeing you driving and meeting with accident means you need to be careful while using vehicle. Seeing another person driving and yo

Eight Fold Classification Of Heroine As Lover In Hindu Literature

Hindu literature offers an eight fold classification of a heroine as lover. The classification portrays the heroine in different situations, expressing different feelings, sentiments and reactions towards her lover. The category is based on romance and sexual relationship and does not look into various other aspects. The eight types of heroines based on love are: Abhisarika – one who boldly goes out to meet her lover. Kalahantarita – one who repents her hastiness in quarreling with her lover which has resulted in their separation. Khandita – one who is angry with her lover for causing disappointment. Prositapatika – one who is suffering in the absence of her beloved, who is away on a long journey. Svadhinapatika – one who is proud of the loyalty and love of her husband or lover. Vasakasajja – one who is preparing for the arrival of her beloved, by adorning herself and her surroundings to provide a pleasant welcome to her lover. Virahotkanthita – one separated from her lover and yea

Story Of Hot Springs In Manikaran And Sheshnag

Manikaran located at an altitude of over 1,800 meter is famous for its hot springs. The story of the origin of the hot springs is associated with Sheshnag and the earrings of Goddess Parvati. Legend has it that Goddess Parvati and Shiva were engaged in amorous sport in the modern Manikaran area. Maa Parvati lost and earring in the river. From deep within its waters, Sheshnag found the jewel but refused to return it. Goddess Parvati was provoked and she threatened the destruction of the universe. A group of Devas (demigods) rushed to and begged Sheshnag to return the earring. The thousand-hooded serpent relented sending a fountain of boiling water carrying the earrings into the sky. Goddess Parvati recovered her ornament, and the hot water continued to flow. The hot sulphur springs of Manikaran are said to cure a variety of diseases. The water is used by pilgrims to cook rice.

Footwear Offering At Lakamma Temple Gola In Gulbarga District In Karnataka

Lakamma Temple at Gola Village, Alanda Taluka, in Gulbarga District in Karnataka is unique for several reasons. An important offering here is footwear (chappals). People tie garlands made of footwear on a neem tree in front of the temple. Another unique aspect of the temple is that the priest in the temple is from the Muslim community. People get their wishes fulfilled after offering chappals to the deity. People of the region believe that Goddess Lakamma move around the village wearing footwear and protect them. Yet another unique aspect of the temple is that the head of the deity worshipped in the temple is hidden underground. Devotees can only see the backside and the legs of the Goddess.

Dreaming Of Coconut – Meaning

Dreaming of coconut needs to be interpreted in several layers. Simple meaning of seeing a coconut is that there will be good things happening in life. Seeing coconut falling down and breaking means that you will be able to solve a big problem that has been troubling you for a while. You might have thought the problem was hard to solve but you will soon find an easy solution. Seeing opened coconut without the green or brown covering means that you will be exposed or a secret of yours will be revealed. Seeing coconut being broken with iron, axe, or other similar things or stone means that you will meet with accident. Seeing coconut falling on someone or something means that you will be witness to a crime or accident. Seeing several coconuts together means that you will be going on a vacation with a large group of people or you will participate in a big event involving a crowd.

Shringa Rishi Temple At Banjar In Himachal Pradesh – Rishyasringa Temple

Shringa Rishi Temple, also known as Rishyasringa Temple, is located at Banjar, 60 kms from Kullu, in Himachal Pradesh. The temple is dedicated to famous Rishyasringa Rishi of Ramayana. Banjar lies on the banks of the Tirthan River, one of the largest and most beautiful tributaries of the Beas River. Shringa Rishi temple is at Bagi Village in Banjar. The temple has a four roofed, pagoda style shrine dedicated to Rishyasringa Rishi. The sage is known across the world for performing the yagna that gave Dashratha his four sons, one of whom was Bhagavan Sri Rama. The wooden temple has several stone and brass images and it is believed that the Rishi himself comes here every May, when a grand fair is organized and Gurs communicate with the Rishi. Another tradition dictates that the Rishi visits Jamlu Devata temple at Malana once in every 12 years and hosts a grand feast.

Sant Tukaram – Quotes – Teachings – Sayings – Words of Wisdom of Sant Tukaram Maharaj

Below is a collection of quotes, sayings, teachings and wise words of wisdom from the abhangs of Sant Tukaram Maharaj. Today is the famous Tukaram Beej in Sri Kshetra Dehu, Pune, Maharashtra. Pride of caste has never made any man holy. I have been in tune with the infinite, and psychic dispositions take time to emerge. I am filled with spiritual pride and cannot control my limbs. Another voice speaks through me, and happiness and sorrow have lost their difference. I can hardly find words to describe my ecstasy to people. They may wonder at it and say this is impossible. Both my exterior and interior are filled with divine bliss. Vishnu’ servants have no caste, the Veda’s science so decrees. The shell of the coconut is hard, but the inside is excellent. In accordance with this, remember, that purity inside is what we aim at. The jackfruit has a thorny rind, but it is sweet within. The sugarcane is hard and black without but it is well flavored and sweet within. Our food

Going Forward Is Most Important In life - I Exist Because We Exist

This post has two articles one on why going forward is most important in life and another a story from Africa - I exist because we exist. One moonlit night, a drunken man decided to cross a river. At the river bank he stepped into an empty boat, sat down at the oars and started rowing. He rowed and rowed all through the night. At dawn a great surprise awaited him. Despite rowing with all his might, the boat had not moved an inch! Kasi Viswanathar Temple Gopuram At Tenkasi - Tamil Nadu   He had forgotten to raise the anchor!! Many of us similarly seek to sail across the ocean of samsara unaware of the anchors weighing us down and hindering our progress. Going forward is most important in life. Every moment we either evolve or degenerate. Every day, we either go forward or go backward. There is no station of rest. Source - Vedanta Kesari Editorial March 2017 I Exist Because We Exist - Story There is a popular African story. An anthropologist once invited children from an Afric

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

Tithi in Panchang – Hindu Calendar on Tuesday, 6 April 2021 – It is Krishna Paksha Dashami tithi or the tenth day during the waning or dark phase of moon in Hindu calendar and Panchang in most regions. It is Krishna Paksha Navami tithi or the ninth day during the waning or dark phase of moon till 5:39 AM on April 6. Then onward it is Krishna Paksha Dashami tithi or the tenth day during the waning or dark phase of moon till 4:39 AM on April 7. (Time applicable in all north, south and eastern parts of India. All time based on India Standard Time.  Good – Auspicious time on April 6, 2021 as per Hindu Calendar – Good and auspicious time till 2:10 PM.  Nakshatra  – Uttarashada or Uthradam Nakshatra till 4:31 AM on April 6. Then onward it is Shravan or Sravana or Thiruvonam Nakshatra till 5:01 AM on April 7. (Time applicable in north, south and eastern parts of India).  In western parts of India (Maharashtra, Gujarat, Goa, north Karnataka and south Rajasthan), Uttarashada or U