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Dreaming Of Falling Down – Meaning

Dreaming of falling down is generally perceived as bad as per dreaming meaning and interpretation. But it is kind of warning so that you can make the necessary changes to escape the fall. Dreaming of falling down stairs means you will lose reputation. There will be financial problems. It also suggests defeat or demotion. This dream also means that your enemies will be successful in their actions. Dreaming of falling down while walking is a sign of accident in immediate future. Dreaming of falling down and you standing up again means you will be able to overcome difficult times. You might face harsh situations but you will show courage and will power to conquer them. Dreaming of falling down and rolling means you will be clueless on how to face problems and they will get worse. Dreaming of falling down from sky is that you will get in touch with reality. You have been building your life around unreal things and they will crumble. It is also a warning that your secret activitie

Jhulelal Jayanti 2023 Date - Importance For Sindhi Community

Jhulelal is worshipped by the Sindhi community and is associated with Varuna, the Sea God in Hinduism. Jhulelal Jayanti 2023 date is March 23. Jhulelal Jayanti is the day when Jhulelal appeared on earth. It is observed on the second day of the Shukla Paksha of Chaitra month (March – April) and is popularly known as Cheti Chand.   Jhulelal appeared on earth after the Sindhis prayed to Varuna, the sea god, to save them from the hands of a tyrant who wanted them to convert to Islam or face death. It is said that after his birth numerous miracles happened and the Sindhis got the courage to face the tyrant. Apart from prayers, rituals and celebrations, numerous other programs including philanthropic and welfare are organized by Sindhi community on the day. Why Is Jhulelal Jayanti Observed? As per history, the province of Thatta in present day Sindh in Pakistan was forcibly occupied by Makrab Khan in 10 th century CE. The Islamist invader started forcibly converting Hindus i

Changalavattam Lamp in Kerala Temples

Changalavattam is a lamp widely used in Kerala temples. It is made using bronze. It is used during auspicious events associated with Hindu religion. The lamp has a long handle towards the back. There is a small dip (depression) in the middle for holding oil. In front adjoining the depression is the small depression to light the lamp or diya. A small spoon bound using chain is attached to the Changalavattam. This is a heavy lamp. The lamp was part of many aristocratic families in the past – a royal sign. The lamp is also now referred to as ashtamangalyam lamp.

Dreaming Of Flowers Blooming – Meaning

Dreaming of flowers blooming is considered good as per dream meaning and interpretation. It is a sign of hope and joy. It also means new acquaintances and new friendships. Dreaming of flowers blooming also means that you will be of great help to others. Dreaming of white flowers blooming is associated with travel. Dreaming of yellow flowers blooming means you will see positive results in job, career, profession, exams and interviews. Dreaming of red flowers blooming is a sign of love and romance in life. It also indicates marriage. Dreaming of blue or purple flowers means you will go spiritual or religious. Dreaming of flowers blooming and falling is a sign of regret and lost opportunity. You need to make use of the opportunity that comes your way in near future.

Ugadi Panchangam 2021 pdf Download – Plava Nama Samvatsara 1943 Panchangam

Ugadi Panchangam 2021 in pdf for free download is provided by Shri Uttaradi Math, the seat of Jagadguru Sri Madhvacharya. The Ugadi Panchangam 2021 is available  in Telugu, Kannada, Marathi, and Sanskrit. The Panchangam is for the year 2021 – 2022 pdf (Plava Nama Samvatsara 1943). You can download them for free in pdf format. The year is from April 13, 2021 to April 1, 2022. Link -  Download Ugadi Panchangam 2021 Login needed - You will need to register by providing mail id, name and mobile number for free download.

Chamunda Devi Temple In Kangra – Himachal Pradesh – Chamunda Nandikeshwar Temple

Chamunda Devi Temple, also known as Chamunda Nandikeshwar Temple, is located on the banks of the Baner River and is around 21 kms from Kangra town in Himachal Pradesh. The shrine is dedicated to Goddess Chamunda on of the fierce manifestation of Goddess Shakti. There is also a Shiva temple in the complex. History Of Kangra Chamunda Devi Temple Legend has it that the temple was originally located in a very remote area. However, the answer to people’s prayers, Devi appeared to a Brahmin in a dream and bid him to dig at a particular spot where he would find a murti, and build a temple there. Chamunda Devi temple is more than 700 years old but the present structure is modern. The temple is a large complex with a kund or tank where devotees take a holy dip. The murti in the main sanctum sanctorum is considered sacred and is kept completely covered with a red cloth. On either side of the image of Devi are those of Hanuman and Bhairava. The inside walls of the temple have painted scen

Vaishnava Achara In Hinduism – Daily Rituals To Attain Moksha

According to Vishnu Purana, King Sagara asked Sage Uddhava to enumerate the Acharas, practice or custom that Vaishnava devotees must follow to attain moksha or liberation. Sage Uddhava enumerated the following:  There are Seven Vaishnava Achara to attain moksha or murti.  To get up early in morning. Do purification of the body and worship Srihari Vishnu and his incarnations as per one’s means. To recite the name of Lord Vishnu 108 times. To think and to see all animate and inanimate as Bhagavan Vishnu. Apply religious mark or tilaka. Wear rosary made of tulsi beads. To read a portion of scriptures like Bhagavad Gita or Srimad Bhagavad Purana. To eat or drink food only after offering to Lord Vishnu. Meat and Liquor are prohibited. Strictly observe principles of moral conduct. Repetition of Gayatri Mantra.

Dreaming Of Flood – Meaning

Dreaming of flood is bad as per dream meaning and interpretation. It means destruction and losing of things that you value. Flood consumes everything and takes them away to a distant place. So dreaming of flood means you are not valuing what you have and are looking for something else and in this search you will lose whatever good you have now. Dreaming of flood is a warning to value what you have. Focusing too much on happiness somewhere else and ignoring the people who love you will only lead to complete destruction. Dreaming of standing and watching flood means you will be helpless when you face accidents in near future. Dreaming of you in flood means your actions and bad habits are going to drown you. Your anger, short temper and lust will pull you down. Dreaming of flood waters chasing you means your past actions will come to haunt you.

Vajra Suchika Upanishad Explains Truth Of Caste System In Hinduism

(The Vajra Suchika Upanishad (Hindu Scripture) clearly demonstrates that the determining factor of caste is character and conduct not birth. Thus the present day caste system is a corrupted form.) Who is a true Brahmin? Is it the individual soul, the body, based on birth, knowledge, work, or performing the rites? It is not the individual soul (jiva), because the same soul passes through many bodies. Ardhanarishvara Sculpture At Khajuraho Temple - Madhya Pradesh It is not the body, because all bodies are composed of the same elements even though Brahmins tend to be white, Kshatriyas red, Vaishyas tawny, and Sudras dark in complexion. It is not birth, because many sages are of diverse origin. It is not knowledge, because many Kshatriyas have attained wisdom and seen the highest reality. It is not work, because good men perform works based on their past karma. It is not performing the rites, because many Kshatriyas and others have given away

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

Tithi in Panchang – Hindu Calendar on Monday, 12 April 2021 – It is Amavasya Tithi or the no moon day in Hindu calendar and Panchang in most regions. It is Amavasya Tithi or the no moon day till 6:59 AM on April 12. Then onward it is Shukla Paksha Pratipada tithi or the first day during the waxing or light phase of moon till 8:45 AM on April 13. (Time applicable in all north, south and eastern parts of India. All time based on India Standard Time.  Good – Auspicious time on April 12, 2021 as per Hindu Calendar – There is no good and auspicious time on the entire day.  Nakshatra  – Revati Nakshatra till 10:41 AM on April 12. Then onward it is Ashwini Nakshatra till 1:03 PM on April 13. (Time applicable in north, south and eastern parts of India).  In western parts of India (Maharashtra, Gujarat, Goa, north Karnataka and south Rajasthan), Revathi Nakshatra till 11:30 AM on April 12. Then onward it is Ashwini Nakshatra till 2:20 PM on April 13.   Rashi or Moon Sign  – Ku