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Mantra For Negative Energy

The mantra for negative energy is dedicated to Bhairava form of Shiva. The person chanting the mantra should clearly understand the purpose for chanting the mantra and its consequences. Below is the mantra for negative energy. Mantra For Negative Energy ॐ फट ह्रीं स्वः भैरवा उग्रसंहाराया फट फट स्वः Om Phat Hreem Swaha Bhairava Ugrasamharaya Phat Phat Swaha The person chanting the mantra can use it to overcome negative energy. It can also be used to direct negative energy towards another person. The mantra should be chanted at 12:17 AM at night. The person chanting the mantra should sit facing south. A lamp lit of mustard oil should be placed in front. Keep a coconut near the lamp and smear it with kumkum. First pray what you have in your mind or your desire. Chant the mantra 108 times. Say again your desire. You should feed dogs during day time. Chant the mantra for 27 days with the same coconut. On the 28 th day throw the coconut in a river. The person should th

Mantra For Night Sleep

The best mantra for night sleep is dedicated to Sri Krishna. You need to first stop all activities 1 hour before going to sleep. Below is the mantra for night sleep. Mantra For Night Sleep Om Namo Bhagavate Krishnaya Shayanaya Sukhame Namo Namah ॐ नमो भगवते कृष्णाय शयनय सुखमे नमो नमः  The mantra should be chanted after switching of television, all kinds of screens and mobile before night sleep. You should meditate for 10 minutes before going to sleep. Now sit facing east. Chant the mantra 108 times. Only think about Sri Krishna playing his flute. Next day, wake up early in the morning just before sunrise and meditate on rising sun. Offer water to rising sun by pouring it out of your hands. Do not sleep during the day time. The person chanting the mantra should plant herbs like tulsi, mint etc and take care of it. The person should also plant Parijata tree and neem tree in your own plot or in an abandoned land and take care of it.

Forehead Marks On Hindu Women – Source In Hindu Scriptures

Auspicious marks worn by Hindu women on their foreheads are symbols of wellbeing. The marks are also believed to protect the forehead from injury. Here is a look at the mention of forehead marks on Hindu women in Hindu scriptures. Reference to the use of sindoor, saffron etc on the forehead is found in the descriptions in the Puranas like the Brahma Vaivarta Purana. Vedic literature makes no mention of forehead marks of Hindu women. Valmiki Ramayana (II. 95a. 18) mentions that it was originally used as a charm to win over the affection of a person loved by a woman. Later, it came to be regarded as a mark of beauty. Sanskrit literary works describe the materials used to make forehead marks. They include: Chandana (Sandalwood paste – white and red) Kasturi (Musk) Sindhoora (red lead) and Kumkuma (red powder) Puranic literatures have several references of the forehead marks. It refers to the material used for making auspicious marks on the forehead for different p

Hanuman Jayanthi Fasting – Mantra - How To Observe Hanuman Jayanti Fast?

Hanuman Jayanthi is the birthday of Hindu God Hanuman and is observed on the Purnima or full moon day in Chaitra month (March – April). In 2022, Hanuman Jayanti is on April 15 for some communities. Others will be observing it on April 16, 2022, the Hanuman Jayanti day.   Hanuman Jayanthi Fasting Mantra ॐ रामदूताय   नम : ।। Om Rama Dootaya Namah Some people observe Hanuman Jayanthi Fasting or Vrat on the previous day of actual Jayanti day – this is most popular in Maharashtra and western parts of  India . In  North India , Hanuman Jayanthi Fasting is observed on the actual Jayanti day. Women can observe Hanuman Fasting Women can observe fasting on Hanuman Jayanti. There is no restriction on ladies performing fasting, puja and rituals dedicated to Hanuman. All those who stop girls from worshiping Hanuman and superstitious and they should not be listened to. How to Hanuman Jayanti Fasting? For those who are observing the Hanuman Jayanthi fasting at home, preparations begin

Kashyapa Rishi History - Story Of Wife - Son - Father Of Sage Kashyapa

Kashyapa Rishi is one of the prominent Rishis of the Vedic period. As per history, Kashyapa Rishi occupied an important place in ancient India. He occupies an important place in Vedas, Ramayana, Mahabharata, Puranas and other Hindu scriptures. He is also the progenitor of may orders of creation including demongs, demigods, birds, animals, reptiles and other celestial beings. He is also considered to be mantra drastas (visionaries of Vedic hymns). Kashyapa Rishi is part of the group of seven Rishis or Sapta Rishis. They are mentioned in the context of gotra – organization of family lineages. The word Kashyapa also means tortoise. Kashyapa is also identified as a star in the sky. In the sky, in the northern constellation of Ursa Major (the Dipper, the Great Bear, the Saptarishi mandala) is identified as Kashyapa. Kashyapa has sung the hymn in praise of Soma in Rig Veda (9.114.2). In some texts, Kashyapa Rishi is referred to as Aristanemi, though in most of the literature, Aristan

Dreaming Of Travelling In Bus – Meaning – Dream Of Bus

There are many people who dream of traveling in bus. As per dream interpretation and meaning, dreaming of bus is a positive dream. Traveling is associated with progress. It also indicates escape from the current situation. It also means vacation and peace. Dreaming of standing and traveling in a bus filled with people means competition, fight with strangers, or lack of success after traveling a lot for some purpose. Dreaming of you sitting and traveling in a bus is associated with progress, change of luck and achievements through due to hard work. It means journey to a distant location for job etc. Dreaming of bus accidents and you in it means you will soon face financial problems. It also indicates accident in a public transport. Dreaming of bus coming to a stop means you will see change of luck. Simply dreaming of bus means you will be escaping from a current situation. It also might suggest that instead of facing the problem you might be running away from them. And it migh

Misery - Sorrow Exists If We Seek Permanence In Transitory

Man’s misery and sorrow come from his selfishness and attempts to establish a connection with the transitory incidents of an eternally changeful world. There is no escape from misery and sorrow if we keep on attempting to find permanence in the eternally changing world. Spirituality or religion attempts to bring man face to face with the Infinity – the Supreme Truth – God – the only Permanent One. And Thou Art That - Tat Tvam Asi . You are the Permanent One. Five Aspects Of Goddess Shakti At Madurai Meenakshi Temple - Tamil Nadu When man gets the vision of this Permanence, his little ego melts into insignificance. All that he thought so long as permanent melts away, he realizes the impermanence of the world. He realizes the folly of the innumerable attempts made to find permanence in the ever-changing world. Misery and sorrow can exist only if keep-providing fuel to the burning desires – to find happiness in an external transitory source. The day we realize that there

3 May 2021 Tithi - Panchang - Hindu Calendar - Good Time - Nakshatra – Rashi

Tithi in Panchang – Hindu Calendar on Monday, 3 May 2021 – It is Krishna Paksha Saptami tithi or the seventh day during the waning or dark phase of moon in Hindu calendar and Panchang in most regions. It is Krishna Paksha Saptami tithi or the seventh day during the waning or dark phase of moon till 6:33 PM on May 3. Then onward it is Krishna Paksha Ashtami tithi or the eighth day during the waning or dark phase of moon till 5:30 PM on May 4. (Time applicable in all north, south and eastern parts of India. All time based on India Standard Time.  Good – Auspicious time on May 3, 2021 as per Hindu Calendar – Good and auspicious time on the entire day.  Nakshatra  – Uttarashada or Uthradam nakshatra till 1:17 PM on May 3. Then onward it is Shravan or Thiruvonam or Sravana nakshatra till 12:52 PM on May 4. (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