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How And When To Perform Oil Bath As Per Hindu Religion?

Most Hindu religious acts can be performed only after bathing. Here is a look at how and when to perform oil bath as per the scriptures in Hindu religion. The ritual oil bath is known as Abhyanga Snan or Abhyanjana Snanam. Bathing cleans the body and removes tiredness. Ayurveda texts like Ashtanga Hridaya, Charaka Samhita, etc., prescribe the kind of oils to be used in accordance with one’s physical condition and for certain ailments. Bathing with special ingredients like madhuka and amalaka helps remove certain afflictions. Dharmasutras and Smritis prescribe different kinds of snanas viz., with mud, flowers, kusha grass etc. According to Hindu scriptures, bathing before sunrise has many good effects. Bathing, after applying oil, helps the removal of dirt from one’s body, and also has a cooling effect. The texts also suggest that one should not sleep during daytime or walk in the hot sun especially after an oil bath. After oil has been applied on the head and the body, bathing with

Abhoga –Commentary On Kalpataru Of Amalananda

Abhoga is a 16 th century CE commentary (tika) on the 13 th century CE Kalpataru of Amalananda by Lakshmi Narasimha. Brahmasutra of Badarayana has been commented on by many. Among them, Adi Shankara (7 th century CE) wrote a major commentary, Brahmasutra Bhashya, known in the tradition as Bhashya. His disciple Padmapada (7 th -8 th century CE) composed a commentary Panchapadika on the first four sutras. Prakastman wrote a commentary on the latter known as Panchapadika Vivarana (13 th century CE). Vacaspati Mishra also wrote a commentary, Bhamati, on Brahma Sutra Bhashya in the 13 th century CE. Many commentaries were composed later on the Bhashya, following either Panchapadika and Vivarana or Bhamati. There are about six commentaries on Bhamati, the best known of them being Kalpataru by Amalananda. There are two 16 th century commentaries on Kalpataru, Parimala by Appayya Dikshita and Abhoga, an exhaustive commentary by Lakshmi Narasimha. Lakshmi Narasimha was the son of Kon

Dreaming Of Attending Marriage Function – Meaning

Dreaming of attending marriage function is a positive dream and it suggests happiness, hope and better feature as per dream meaning and interpretation. It also suggests acceptance and honor.  Seeing dream of attending marriage function of someone you do not known is a sign of frustration and unhappiness in near future. There will be problems in a relationship.  Unmarried people seeing the dream of attending a marriage function is an indication of a new relationship or early marriage. Married people seeing the dream of attending a marriage function is an indication of happy occasion in life or get together. Dreaming of attending marriage function and you dancing means you will see soon see child birth in family. It also suggests vacation and happiness. Dream of attending marriage function and you are unhappy means there will be heartbreak. It is very common to see marriage functions in dream. Quite often they have no meaning as it is merely an extension of the day time activ

Dreaming Of Assisting Someone Giving Birth – Meaning

Dreaming of assisting someone giving birth is good as per dream interpretation and meaning. Helping someone giving birth is a sign of new friendship and better cooperation in life. Dreaming of assisting someone giving birth and you are happy means it is time to chase your dreams and to do what you feel is correct. You should take risk and fulfill your dreams. Dreaming of helping someone giving birth and you are unhappy or scared means there will problems in life soon and you might not know what to do. The dream is asking you to gather courage and face it. Dreaming of helping someone giving birth and you know the person means there will be happy occasions in family. You will be of great helpful to someone soon. Some people dream of assisting someone giving birth after seeing movies, reading about it or after talking about them during daytime. Dreams after such incidents have no value. The dreams have to happen naturally without any influence of day time events.

Dreaming Of Asking For Directions – Meaning

Meaning of dreaming of asking for directions from someone means something good will happen in near future, but in an unknown location as per dream interpretation. If you simply dream of asking for directions and you are neither happy nor sad means that soon you will enter into a phase of life where it will be impossible for you to determine between what is right and wrong. Basically you will be confused as to what you need to do. You need to take advice of good elders or experienced people. Dreaming of asking for directions from someone you know means that you will be cheated. A person whom you have trusted will turn out to be a fraud. Dreaming of asking directions to strangers means you will soon travel to unknown destination and you will make a good future there.

Likes And Dislikes Of Person Reveals Ego

One’s egotism is well judged by the number of likes and dislikes that one has. A human being not in control of one’s tongue but in control of the other senses, has no self-control yet, only when one has conquered the tongue, one has mastered them all. You people have a flimsy mind. As a result, you misplace things and don’t find them in need. Keep the things in their proper places and in a proper way, so that they can be traced even in darkness. Always keep the knife’s edge away from you. You grope for the torch, the candle, or the matchbox, just because you whimsically keep them one day here and the other day there. Never listen to idle talk nor participate in it. Have no conceit but give full respect to others, always chant Lord’s name. A Brahmachari was too shy to refuse the sweets thrust on his plate in the dining hall and as a result, he would unwillingly eat these. Once, when the Brahmachari told about his predicament to Saradeshananda, he said: ‘How will you be

21 October 2021 Tithi – Panchang – Hindu Calendar – Good Time – Nakshatra – Rashi

Tithi in Panchang – Hindu Calendar on Thursday, 21 October 2021 – It is Krishna Paksha Pratipada tithi or the first day during waning or dark phase of moon in Hindu calendar and Panchang in most regions. It is Krishna Paksha Pratipada tithi or the first day during waning or dark phase of moon till 8:56 PM on October 21. Then onward it is Krishna Paksha Dwitiya tithi or the second day during waning or dark phase of moon till 10:41 PM on October 22. (Time applicable in all north, south and eastern parts of India. All time based on India Standard Time.  Good – Auspicious time on October 21, 2021 as per Hindu Calendar – Good and auspicious time on the entire day.  Nakshatra  – Ashwini or Aswathy nakshatra till 4:18 PM on October 21 . Then onward it is Bharani nakshatra till 6:30 PM on October 22 . (Time applicable in north, south and eastern parts of India).  In western parts of India (Maharashtra, Gujarat, Goa, north Karnataka and south Rajasthan), Ashwini or Aswathy nakshatr