--> Skip to main content

Posts

Showing posts from March 31, 2021


Good Dates in April 2021 in Hindu Calendar - Hindu Auspicious Days and Time in April 2021

Hindu auspicious days are looked for buying selling and various other purposes. Good dates in April 2021 in Hindu calendar given below are based on India Standard Time. The auspicious dates and time in April 2021 are good for house warming, joining job, starting work, buying car or house, moving into new rented home, registration of property, villa, house flat, birth, visiting, first visit, buy bike, buying flat, house, property, villa, etc. Hindu Auspicious Days and Time in April 2021 April 1 good time after 7:21 AM April 5 April 6 good time till 2:10 PM April 7 April 8 April 13 April 16 good time after 6:05 PM April 17 April 19 April 20 good time after 12:28 PM April 21 April 25 April 26 good time till 12:44 PM April 28 good time after 5:13 PM April 29 good time till 11:50 AM Bad dates – These dates should be completely avoided  – April 2, 9, 10, 11, 12 and April 26. Certain dates that might not be mentioned above are neither good nor bad. They are average dates. You won't

Masrur Temple In Kangra – Himachal Pradesh – Masroor Rock Cut Temples

Masrur Temple is located around 36 kms from Kangra town in Himachal Pradesh. he main shrine today has murtis of Rama, Sita and Lakshmana found here during the excavation though it is believed to have been a Shiva Temple. A long meandering drive through the beautiful Kangra countryside leads to a rocky ridge atop which are perched a series of rock-cut temples. Hewn from an outcrop of sandstone nearly 52 m in length and 35 m in width, Masrur temples are outstanding examples of rock-cut architecture in North India. The large water tank facing the main temple is also cut out of rock and has perennial water source from some spring. It is believed that the temples were first built by Pandavas while they were travelling through these mountains. Locally called the thakurvara, the temples probably date to the 8th-9th centuries CE and originally comprised 19 temples of which only 15 are extant. Of these many were severely affected by the devastating earthquake of 1905 CE, in fact some even e

Dreaming Of Dead Bodies – Meaning

Dreaming of dead bodies naturally has an important meaning. It is warning that you are in wrong friendship and you should not be visiting bad neighborhoods and unknown places.   It is very common to people to dream about dead bodies as many of us exposed to such scenes on news channels, entertainment channels, social media and movies. Dreams after watching such scenes have no meaning. Seeing dead bodies in dream also is a warning of an upcoming natural calamity like flood or earthquake. It is also a kind of warning about fire or some kind of serious accident involving large number of people. But if you find so many dead bodies and then the same people alive again it means that you will be honored. You will achieve fame.

Importance And Reason For Ash Puja - Bhasma Aarti In Shiva Temples

Bhasma Aarti is the worship performed in Hindu temples especially dedicated to Lord Shiva with ashes. This is an important puja in many Shiva temples. It is another name for Mangala Aratrika, a term used in the manuals of worship. The importance of the ritual can be understood by the fact that Lord Shiva is known as Mahakala or the great destroyer. The sacred ash is the reminder of the fact that only the purest one, i.e, Lord Shiva, remains when everything in the world subsides. The most famous Bhasma Aarti is performed in the world famous Mahakaleshwar Temple in Ujjain. This is one of the Jyotirlinga temples dedicated to Shiva. At the temple the aarti is performed early morning between 3:45 AM and 4:30 AM. Further, in Ujjain, Mahakala Linga is situated facing south i.e. worshipped as Dakshinamurti. This form of Shiva occupies a primordial position in tantric mode of worship which has been prevalent in Ujjain since the medieval ages. And this ritual itself is the reminder

Bansi Gopal Temple In Chamba Town – Himachal Pradesh

Bansi Gopal temple, located in Chamba town in Himachal Pradesh, is dedicated to Bhagavan Sri Krishna and his murti in the sanctum sanctorum is shown playing the flute to his companion Radha Rani. The sculpture on the outer walls of the temple is intricate and attractive, and its construction is ascribed to the late 16th century ruler, Balabhadra Varman. The temple is under the jurisdiction of the Archeological Survey of India (ASI). The entrance gate of the temple depicts river goddesses Ganga and Yamuna standing holding a vase. The exterior the temple also has amorous sculptures. The exterior of the temple has various sculptures including that Surya, Harihara, Krishna with flute, Hanuman, Mahishasuramardini, Anantashayana Vishnu, three face Hanuman with faces of himself, a lion and a boar, Uma Maheshwara, Narasimha and Varaha.

Dreaming Of Dead Father – Meaning

Dreaming of dead father is considered good as per those who believe in dream interpretation. In Hindu religion there is an ancient scripture known as Swapna Shastra which gives interpretation and meaning of various dreams. It is believed that those who see dead father will soon achieve peace, progress and prosperity. Such people will also have the opportunity for new work. Dead father also appears in dream to warn about future accidents and illness. Some people believe that dead father comes in dream to warn children about future. You need to be careful with all your activities, new relationships and friendship. Dead father also appears in dream to help a person with difficult decision. You need to then think what father would have done in the difficult situation.

Sidh Nath Temple At Baijnath In Himachal Pradesh

Sidh Nath Temple at Baijnath in Himachal Pradesh is located around 500 meters from the famous Baijnath temple. The 13 th century temple stands at the western end of the Baijnath town in the center of the busy market. Sidh Nath temple is built in pancharatha plan and has a square mandapa. The sanctum sanctorum or the garbha griha enshrines a Shivling. There are also many other murtis in the temple. The Shikhara of the temple resembles that of Baijnath except it consists of seven horizontal units. Belonging to the same period as the Baijnath temple, it is ornamented with floral and geometric designs in addition to sculptures of Hindu gods and goddesses. The temple is similar in its arrangement both in its interior and exterior to that of the main Baijnath temple. The temple faces east and consists of a square sanctum and mandapa. The sanctum is surmounted by a curvilinear shikhara topped by amalaka and divisible into seven bhumi amalakas. The mandapa stands on four round pillars

Bhalei Mata Temple – History – Himachal Pradesh

Bhalei Mata temple, also known as Bhadrakal Bhalei Mata Mandir, is located at Bhalei village, around 30 kms from Chamba town, in Himachal Pradesh. Following the Ravi River on the road to Chamba town one passes the Chamera dam. A detour of about 14 kms across the barrage leads to the Bhalei Mata temple. At an altitude of over 1,100 m, the temple has breathtaking views of the river below. Bhalei Mata murti, is carved out of black stone, is believed to have been found through a dream revelation. The shrine is dedicated to the Bhadrakali form of Mother Goddess Shakti. Bhalei Mata Temple History Raja Pratap Singh, who ruled in the 16 th century CE, dreamt that the Devi wanted him to excavate a site approximately 3 kms from Bhalei, where he would find her image. Indeed a murti was unearthed, but on reaching Bhalei village the murti could not be lifted. This was taken as a sign that the Devi wanted to reside here, and accordingly a temple was built at the spot. In 1973, the murti of Bh

What Is Sanjivani Vidya Mantra In Hinduism? - Benefits - Story

In Hinduism, Sanjivani Vidya Mantra, containing 56 Aksharas (syllables), is a blend of Gayatri Mantra and Shiva Mrityunjaya Mantra. This great mantra was used by many ancient rishis and rulers. It is said that this mantra was meditated upon by Shukracharya first.  Sage Vishwamitra, Sage Vasishta, Sage Parashara, Sage Atri, Sage Jamadagni, Shri Anjaneya were the other rishis who practiced this mantra. Nandi Bull At Ramappa Temple, Palampet, Warangal - Telangana It is also believed that Ravana of Ramayana used to chant this mantra daily. As per some practitioners Sanjivani Vidya Mantra should never be chanted without proper initiation by a poper Guru. Sanjivani Vidya Mantra In English Om tryambakam yajamahe Om burbhuvassuvha tat savithur varenyam Om Sugandhim pushti vardhanam Om bhargo devasya dhimahi Om urvarukamiva Bandhanat Om dhiyo yo nah prachodayat Om mrityor mukshiya maamritat Sanjivani Vidya Mantra In Hindi ॐ त्रयम्बकम यजामहे।   ॐ भूभुर्वस्सुवः तत सवि

Swami Sunirmalananda On Education In India

Swami Sunirmalananda – a monk of Ramakrishna Order - talks about the current state of education in India It is ignorance to think that with university degrees, we become more mature. Nowadays every locality has many postgraduates and several doctorates. And about exams, the less said the better. What is more, they say certificates are being sold for money. We have doctors and engineers, doctorates and postgraduates – almost in every family. Of course, there are definitely many hardworking and sincere students and they greatly contribute to others’ well being. However, the fact remains that many modern qualified individuals are not really as qualified as their degrees show. Therefore, the world remains what it is. Ramappa Temple, Palampet, Warangal - Telangana Despite having so many qualified individuals, perhaps we hardly get an opportunity of dealing with mature people in our lives. The tragedy of the whole thing is, such immature people think they are mature because of their

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

Tithi in Panchang – Hindu Calendar on Wednesday, 7 April 2021 – It is Krishna Paksha Ekadashi tithi or the eleventh day during the waning or dark phase of moon in Hindu calendar and Panchang in most regions. 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. Then onward it is Krishna Paksha Ekadashi tithi or the eleventh day during the waning or dark phase of moon till 4:07 AM on April 8. (Time applicable in all north, south and eastern parts of India. All time based on India Standard Time.  Good – Auspicious time on April 7, 2021 as per Hindu Calendar – Good and auspicious time on the entire day.  Nakshatra  – Shravana or Sravana or Thiruvonam Nakshatra till 5:01 AM on April 7. Then onward it is Dhanishta or Sravishta or Avittam Nakshatra till 5:11 AM on April 8. (Time applicable in north, south and eastern parts of India).  In western parts of India (Maharashtra, Gujarat, Goa, north Karnataka and south