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Story Of The Birth Of Gulika – Bad Time Period – Gulikan

Gulika or Gulikan is an inauspicious or bad time period in a day as per Hindu astrology. Gulika is the son of Shani Bhagavan. As per the story of the birth of Gulika, once Shani got into a fight with Guru (Brihaspati). The fight happened due to the unethical behavior of Shani. Both the navagrahas got into a fierce battle. An arrow shot by Guru hit the forehead of Shani. When Brahma removed the arrow from the forehead of Shani, a deep blue jelly like substance fell down from the wound. Soon a male appeared from the jelly like substance. The being had the shape of snake and had a fierce look. There were bad omens all around. Dark clouds appeared in the sky. There were signs of natural disasters. The being bowed to his father and Trimurti – Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva. Vishnu then named him Gulikan. As Shani was also known as Mandhan, his son came to be known as Mandhi. It is also said that Gulikan has also Mrityu as his name as he is responsible for death of people. The period of 1.

Five Kinds Of Power As Per Vidur Niti

According to Vidur Niti (law of Vidura or Viduraniti) there are five kinds of power. Power of intellect (prajna bala) Power of the innate abilities of the ruler (abhijata bala) Economic power (dhana bala) Power of good counsel (amatya bala also known as mantra shakti) Physical power (bahu bala) As per the list physical power is at the bottom and intellectual power is at the top. The power of intellect is invincible and according to Vidura, “No doctor and no medicine, neither incantations nor propitiatory rites, nor atharvana magic, nor supernatural powers can cure a person who is hit by an arrow of intellect. (Viduraniti 58). There is a prayer in Atharva Veda (2:15) for fearlessness and strength. Chandogya Upanishad (7.8.1) states that the stability of the whole universe from heaven to earth, from God and man to the tiniest insect, depends on power and exhorts people to secure power (balam upasva). The Mahabharata echoes this view when it says that everything is amenabl

Baglamukhi Mantra For Success

Baglamukhi Mantra for success is a powerful mantra dedicated to Goddess Baglamukhi, one of the Dasa Mahavidyas. She blesses a devotee with great siddhis. The belief is that a devotee who is able to chant the mantra with unwavering devotion and single-minded focus will achieve success. The mantra has the power to remove all kinds of problems in the path of individual success. Baglamukhi Mantra For Success ॐ ह्लीं  सर्वांगा  श्री बगलामुखी देवता प्रसाद Om Hleem Sarvanga Shri Baglamukhi Devata Prasad Please note that this is a powerful Baglamukhi mantra and should not be used carelessly. A devotee should use the mantra only after taking bath and with utmost devotion. Using the mantra for fun or to mock will have negative effect. 'Hleem' is associated with tantra and is also beej mantra and its untimely invocation in an odd place might result is untoward incidents.  How To Chant Baglamukhi Mantra For Success? The mantra should be chanted early morning along with sunris

Avasravam In Hindu Temples In Kerala

Avasravam is a cleansing ritual performed in Hindu temples in Kerala. Popularly known as Avasravan Thalikkal, it is a shuddhi kalasam. It is performed after an ashuddhi or bad incident to the temple structure. If birds are found dead in any part of the temple building or nests are found in the temple then Avasravam is performed. The ritual is also performed annually in some temples. In the ritual, a portion of kalasabhishekam (water mixed with holy items) meant for the main murti in the temple is collected in a vessel and it is poured on the spots where ashuddhi was spotted. The sprinkling is known as Avasrava Prokshanam. All the vessels used for the ritual will have Kurcham and Karukapullu in it especially taken from the abhishekam. The water is also sprinkled on Parivara Devatas in the temple.

Danastuti – On Acts Of Giving Gifts In Vedas

Danastuti in Vedas are dedicated to the acts of giving gifts and the patrons are praised in these verses. Danastutis mentions the names of the donors, the gifts offered, and the occasions on which they are given. Thus Svanaya, a patron, living on the banks of Sindhu River is said to have gifted to Kakshivanta one hundred pieces of gold, one hundred horses, one hundred bulls, sixty thousand cows, one thousand attendants and ten chariots carrying brides drawn by forty horses (Rig Veda 1.26.2-4). Danastuti generally do not have any particular ritualistic significance. Ritualist texts specify the use of four danastutis only. For the rest, there use is either contingent or general in nature. Their significance relates mainly to the ethical aspect of giving gifts. This finds the fullest expression in Rig Veda (10.117), which praises generosity as a virtue. It is well know that every Vedic verse has a deity. For the danastutis, dana, or making gift, is itself the deity. According to the lat

Beej Mantra For Health

Beej mantra for health has the power of the Supreme Truth (all Gods and Goddesses). This mantra is associated with immediate relief to health problems. The mantra is used to overcome problems in life due to bad health. It is can also be chanted by those who are healthy and with to face no health issues in future. Beej mantra for health – Kreem. – क्रीं।   Beej mantra is a single letter powerful mantra. This is a tantric mantra and should be chanted with utmost care. It should not be chanted carelessly and without proper cleansing procedure. Doing it for fun or to mock etc will result in bad result to the chanter. How To Chant Beej Mantra For Health? The mantra should be chanted beginning on a Tuesday or Friday. This mantra should be chanted early morning 1.5 hours before sunrise. The person chanting the mantra should take bath and wear red or saffron color dress. The person should apply red color sindhoor on forehead. A lamp should be lit on the west side of the house using sesa

Beej Mantra For Moksha – Liberation – Spirituality

Beej mantra for moksha or liberation should be used by only that person who has realized the futility of worldly life in real. This mantra is good for success in spirituality. The mantra should not be used after emotional problems, failure or fights etc. It should only be used when you truly want moksha. Beej mantra for moksha is Hum. – हूँ।   Please note that beej mantra is a single letter powerful mantra. It should be chanted continuously for any number of times. When you chant it continuously, it takes a form. So the mantra should not be used for fun. It should only be used with intense longing for moksha. There is no deity for this beej mantra. It is dedicated to the Supreme Truth.

Can Lakshmi Puja Be Performed Without Wife?

Puja which is performed for the family welfare should be done with all family members especially wife and husband should be present. But there are methods to overcome the difficulty arising out of a member being not present. So, can Lakshmi puja be performed alone without wife? Yes, Lakshmi puja can be performed alone. You can keep a photo of your wife in the spot where you are performing the puja. The photo should be kept on your left side. All actions that the wife should have performed can be done by the husband. If photo is not available then you can keep something which only she uses like a dress etc.

Can RC Oil Be Used For Puja?

The oils used in Hindu puja should be pure and should not be a mixture of various oils. The most preferred oils are mustard oil and sesame oil. First preference for lighting lamp or diya is always cow ghee.  So can we use RC oil for puja? No, RC oil cannot be used for puja as it is a mixture of 10 essential oils. Plus it is also no derived from seeds. This oil is a blend of myrtle, marjoram, pine, lavender, cypress, black spruce, peppermint, and three different types of eucalyptus   The oils used in Hindu pujas are derived from seeds. They should not be mixed. Even though no possible always, the oil used in puja should be cold pressed. There should be no use of chemicals and preservatives. 

Overcome Bad Past Karma With Present Karma

The best way to clear karmic debts is to make the self-effort to clean our mind. The present karma is the best way to clear the bad past karma. Renunciation of sense objects, self-control, prayer, meditation, austerity in thought, word, and deed are some of the ways to make our present karma god. Bad past karma are the result of our selfish thoughts and actions and it can be overcome by our selfless thoughts and actions in the present. Only by such effort can we prepare ourselves to achieve direct perception and attain good karma to clear the old karmic debts. We get what we deserve, and our deserving depends upon our doing. Bad karma is cleansed through self-surrender. It is surrendering everything — our body, mind, and soul — to the Divine. This can happen only when we can see God in everything and everything in God. There is no discrimination. There is nothing to conquer. There is nothing to achieve. Bearing all troubles and tribulations with humility is the real t

Dreaming Of Yellow Snake – Meaning

Dreaming of yellow snake is considered both good and bad as per dream meaning and interpretation. Simply dreaming of yellow snake means there will happiness and optimism. There will be positive results in life soon. Dreaming of yellow snake moving in tree means you will show creativity in solving life issues. You might turn spiritual. Seeing yellow snake attacking you means you disrupt your life through ego and your uncontrollable temper. Do not show madness and anger. Stay cool. This dream is a warning to avoid certain things in future. Dream of yellow snake attacking another animal means you will be betrayed by someone who you had trusted. It means you will act like a coward too. Dreaming of several yellow snakes together is a caution and it means physical illness. Dreaming of yellow snake moving in your body means you will need to wisdom and intelligence to overcome a problem that will be soon coming your way. It also means you need to show tons of patience. Dreaming of yellow snak

9 June 2021 Tithi - Panchang - Hindu Calendar - Good Time - Nakshatra – Rashi

Tithi in Panchang – Hindu Calendar on Wednesday, 9 June 2021 – It is Krishna Paksha Chaturdashi Tithi or the fourteenth day during the waning or dark phase of moon in Hindu calendar and Panchang in most regions. It is Krishna Paksha Chaturdashi Tithi or the fourteenth day during the waning or dark phase of moon till 1:18 PM on June 9. Then onward it is Amavasya Tithi or the no moon day till 3:15 PM on June 10. (Time applicable in all north, south and eastern parts of India. All time based on India Standard Time.  Good – Auspicious time on June 9, 2021 as per Hindu Calendar – There is no good and auspicious time on the entire day.  Nakshatra  – Krittika or Karthigai or Karthika Nakshatra till 8:54 AM on June 9. Then onward it is Rohini Nakshatra till 11:28 AM on June 10. (Time applicable in north, south and eastern parts of India).  In western parts of India (Maharashtra, Gujarat, Goa, north Karnataka and south Rajasthan), Krittika or Karthigai or Karthika Nakshatra til