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Dreaming Of Natural Disasters – Meaning

Dreaming of natural disasters is a kind of warning about future as per dream meaning and interpretation. Dreaming of flood or heavy rain means financial damage, accident or problems in business or unhealthy competition in career. Dreaming of you caught in natural disasters means you will face problems from opposite sex, fight with strangers or you will be blamed for something you had not done. Dreaming of earthquake means you can expect change of residence or transfer to a undesired location. Dreaming of fire or other similar natural disasters means you will face problems in relationship. A friend or relative might cheat you. Difference of opinion in family turn serious and ugly. Dreaming of strong wind natural disaster means you will make unwanted decisions which will spoil your career. You might also be asked to change the current residence or job.

Padma Besha In Magh Month In Puri Jagannath Temple

Any Saturday or Wednesday that falls after Amavasya or new moon day in month of Magha and before Basant Panchami (late January or early February) is chosen for the Padma Besha in Puri Jagannath Temple. Padma Besha is adorned during the ‘Bada Singhara’ ritual at night and the deities remain with the Besha throughout the night. This Besha takes place to perpetuate the legendary memory of a devotee, who had brought the lotus flowers from a very long distance to decorate Bhagavan Shree Jagannath. The big petals of lotus adorn the faces of the deities in the shape of a disc. Shree Balabhadra and Shree Jagannatha hold lotus buds in their hands. Three triangular crowns of the deities made up of lace (crepe) and cloths are decorated with innumerable lotus flowers. Now-a-days flowers made of lace are used instead of natural flowers. It is interesting to note that four swans are projected in this Besha and are seen with the lotus stalks. Perhaps the addition of the swans with the lotus sta

Draksharamam – Importance – Hindu Religious Center Andhra Pradesh

Draksharamam is an important Hindu religious center in Andhra Pradesh famous for Bhimeswara Swamy Temple dedicated to Mahadev Shiva. Draksharamam is located 26 kilometers from Kakinada, the headquarters of east Godavari District. The holy place has rich Puranic and legendary associations. It was formerly known as Dakshatapovana and Dakshavatika (the place where Daksha Prajapati observed penance and yajna). Draksharamam is one of the five armas (gardens) of Andhra Pradesh, the other four being Amararamam at Amaravati (Guntur District), Somarama at Gunupudi Bimavaram (West Godavari District), Kshiraramam at Palakollu (West Godavari District) and Kumararama near Samalkot (East Godavari District). Srinatha, the celebrated Telugu poet of the medieval period, in his Bhimeswara Puranam, extols Lord Bhimeswara Swamy, the presiding deity of Draksharamam. Chalukya Bhima I (892 – 921 CE), the eastern Chalukyan monarch, constructed the original temple to Shiva at this place and named the dei

Pharmacology Texts In Ayurveda – Dravyaguna Vijnana

Dravyaguna Vijnana is an important text on pharmacology in Ayurveda. Dravyaguna Vijnana deals with dravya, i.e, foods and drugs, with name, form, properties, actions, various combinations and uses. Dravya is an important tool for the performance of vaidya (treatment) in Ayurveda. Dravya is of three types according to the sources, namely, bhauma (inorganic), jangama (animal product) and anubhida (plants). Ahara and Ausadhi (food and drugs) are also two types of Dravya. It is also classified into three groups according to their actions, viz., samana (pacifying), ropana (aggravating), and svasthahita (maintaining good health). Rig Veda describes the properties of various dravyas. Many ancient Ayurvedic physicians have also described the properties of various dravyas used by them. In the field of Ayurveda, Dravyaguna Vijnana by Acharya Yadava stands first in the modern period. The next word, entitled Dravyaguna Vijnanam by Priyavrata Sharma, was published in five volumes in the 20 th

Dreaming of Nose Bleeding – Meaning

Dreaming of nose bleeding is very rare and it is a bad and warning sign as per dream interpretation and meaning. You will experience bad luck and relationship issues in near future. The dream also means suddenly learning about an illness. Dreams of nose bleeding should be seen as a warning sign about accidents or fights in near future. Just nose bleeding dream means you will lose a good opportunity due to lack of planning and by being unpunctual. It also means a sudden development hampering your progress. Dreaming of nose bleeding profusely and full of blood means there is chance of accident in near future. You might face some kind of problems from your enemies. It also means carelessness causing damage. Dreaming of nose bleeding and then stopping it means you will face some short difficulties but you will be able to solve them.  Dreaming of nose bleeding and the blood in your hands or dress means you will witness something gruesome. It also means helplessness and lack of help

Quotes on Pilgrimage In Hindu Religion

 A collection of quotes on pilgrimage in Hindu religion. The sage beholds that mysterious Being wherein all come to have their one home. Therein unites and there from issues the Whole; that all pervading Being is the warp and woof of all Creation. (Yajur Veda, 32.8) By means of the tirthas the person performing it overcomes great misfortune, and for such a worshipper is laid open the path of the virtuous by all quarters as well as all beings.(Atharva Veda, 18.4.7) One who, having forsaken the teertha of the Self, merely visits the external teerthas is a person who having forsaken the invaluable jewel at hand goes in search of mere glass. (Sri Jabala Darshana Upanishad, 4.50) One who has (God) here (in the heart), has Him there (in the teerthas) also. He who has Him not here, has Him not there. (Sri Ramakrishna) At each place of pilgrimage there is a special time when the spiritual current flows. If at those times an aspirant meditates, his mind easily becomes absorbed an

Dreaming of Number 7 – Meaning

As per dream meaning and interpretation, dreaming of number 7 is highly auspicious and good. This means you will have good fortune in near future. Simply dreaming number 7 means you will have your desires fulfilled. Dreaming of several number 7 means travel, new relationship and new friends. These will change the direction of your life. Dreaming of upside down number 7 means you can expect some misfortune and bad luck due to carelessness or by being not punctual. Dreaming of several number 7 falling down means you will be forced to change job or house. There will be fight with neighbors or strangers.

Narasimha Mantra For Exorcism

Narasimha Mantra for exorcism is powerful 13-letter mantra dedicated to Narasimha. It is to be used with unwavering devotion and single-minded focus. The belief is that the person using the mantra will achieve success in all kinds of exorcism. The mantra has the power to achieve victory over all kinds of evil spirits. Narasimha Mantra For Exorcism ॐ क्ष्रौं ॐ उग्र नृसिंहाय ह्रीं क्ष्रौं क्रौं हुं फट् Om Kshrom Om Ugra Narasimhaya Hreem Kshrom Kroum Hum Phat Please note that this is a powerful mantra and should not be used carelessly. A devotee should use the mantra only with devotion. Using it for fun or to mock will have negative effect. Such tantric mantras should be left alone or should be used with unwavering devotion and piety. How To Chant Narasimha For Exorcism? The mantra should be chanted during pradosh period – staring 1.5 hours before sunset to sunset. Ideal day to perform the mantra is Tuesday or Friday or Chaturdashi tithi (the 14 th day of the waxing or

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

Tithi in Panchang – Hindu Calendar on Monday, 24 May 2021 – It is Shukla Paksha Trayodashi Tithi or the thirteenth day during the waxing or light phase of moon in Hindu calendar and Panchang in most regions. It is Shukla Paksha Dwadashi Tithi or the twelfth day during the waxing or light phase of moon till 12:07 AM on May 24. Then onward it is Shukla Paksha Trayodashi Tithi or the thirteenth day during the waxing or light phase of moon till 9:48 PM on May 24. Then onward it is Shukla Paksha Chaturdashi Tithi or the fourteenth day during the waxing or light phase of moon till 7:22 PM on May 25. (Time applicable in all north, south and eastern parts of India. All time based on India Standard Time.  Good – Auspicious time on May 24, 2021 as per Hindu Calendar – Good and auspicious time after 11:12 AM.  Nakshatra  – Chitra or Chithira or Chithirai Nakshatra till 7:13 AM on May 24. Then onward it is Swathi or Chothi Nakshatra till 5:38 AM on May 25. (Time applicable in north