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Dreaming Of Lawn – Meaning

Dreaming of lawn is a good dream as per dreaming interpretation and meaning. Simply having a dream of lawn means there will be good things happening in life. Dreaming of lawn and you are rolling on it or playing on it means that you will be able to solve a big problem that has been troubling you for a while. Dreaming of repairing a lawn or doing work on it means your hard work will be rewarded. Your talent will earn you reputation and fame. You might have thought the problem was hard to solve but you will soon find an easy solution to it. Dreaming of lawn and it is drying up or lot of dead grass means you will be exposed or a secret of yours will be revealed. It also means unexpected health problems in family or accidents. Dreaming of lawn and you see insects or animals means there will be progress. You can expect good relationship. Luck in romance matters.

Ernakulam Sree Ayyappankavu Temple Information – Festival

Ernakulam Sree Ayyappankavu temple is located at Chittoor Road in Ernakulam town, Kerala. The form of Ayyappa worshipped in the temple is that of Ayyappa or Dharma Sastha worshipped at the famous Sabarimala temple. As per history, the shrine was built in 1930 CE and renovated in 1964 by installing Panchaloha murti of Swami Ayyappa which was contributed by one Kunjan Swami of Ernakulam. The shrine was completely renovated in 2003. The deity of Ayyappa worshipped in the temple is in sitting posture as in Sabarimala and it faces east. The Upa Devatas worshipped in the temple are Ganapathy, Shiva, Goddess Bhadrakali and Subramanian. The annual festival in the temple is held in Dhanu Masam (January) and coincides with the Makaravilakku festival. Kerala temple art forms like Kathakali, ottamthullal, chakiarkoothu etc and traditional music, caparisoned elephants are part of the week-long festival. Important rituals associated with Sastha temples in Kerala are performed during the peri

Dreaming Of Avoiding Snakes – Meaning

Dreaming of avoiding snakes is a kind of warning as per dream meaning and interpretation. The dream is asking to find hidden problem in your life. A person whom you had considered trustworthy might cheat you. Dream of avoiding snakes and you wake up scared or sad or crying means you will face sudden problems in life. This problem will be mostly related to career or relationship. Dreaming of avoiding snakes and you are happy means you will realize a problem and avoid it. You will foresee bad things and you will take the necessary actions to avoid them. Dream of avoiding snakes also means you will escape from an attack by animals. You need to be careful while walking or removing things.

Annakara Sree Chirakkal Bhagavathy Temple - Information - Festival

Annakara Sree Chirakkal Bhagavathy temple is located at Annakara in Thrissur district, Kerala. The shrine is dedicated to Goddess Bhagavati. The annual temple festival held in Dhanu Masam is famous for a large number of caparisoned elephants. The Annakara Sree Chirakkal Bhagavathy Pooram is held on the last day of Dhanu Masam. The temple then remains closed for five days starting from Makaram 1. The festival is noted for caparisoned elephants and temple music. Various rituals and pujas are held on the occasion. Traditional temple art forms are presented on the occasion. The temple is famous for Muttarukkal ritual which is held as part of dosha pariharam. The temple is also famous as a Chowa Kshetram and is associated with providing astrological remedies to people facing problems in life due to bad positioning of planets in horoscope.

Nalukulangara Maha Devi Temple – Information – Festival

Nalukulangara Maha Devi temple is located at Thuravoor in Alappuzha district, Kerala. The shrine is dedicated to Goddess Bhadrakali and the temple is also known as Parayakad Nalukulangara Maha Devi temple. The deity is lovingly and devotionally referred to as Nalukulangara Amma. The annual festival in the temple is held on the Makam and Pooram nakshatram in Makaram month (January – February). The 8-day annual festival begins on the Rohini nakshatra and concludes on Pooram nakshatra in Makaram month. The Upa Devatas or subsidiary deities worshipped in the temple are Ganpati, Shiva, Subrahmanya and Veerabhadra. The annual festival in the temple is noted for traditional Kerala music and temple folk arts. Caparisoned elephants carry the thidambu of various deities during the festival.

Symbolism In Meaning Of Bhakti

In Hinduism, Bhakti or devotion is so intense that the devotee surrenders unconditionally at the lotus feet of Bhagavan. Here is a look at the symbolism in the meaning of Bhakti. The word Bhakti or Bhagati is constituted of ‘bhag’ meaning may or illusion and ‘iti’ meaning ‘end.’ Thus bhakti is the end of illusion. It is said that the entire samsara (world) is maya, a construction. Shiva told Goddess Uma (Parvati) that the whole world is a mere thought-construct; the truth is only Bhagavan or Supreme Truth. The Bhagavad Gita says, “anityam sukham lokamimam prapya bhajasva mam" (the world is transitory and its pleasures are also false and transient, and one should pray to Bhagavan). When the worldly illusion of maya ends, Bhakti starts. .......................... Bhakti literally means ‘apportioning’ or ‘sharing.’ It is therefore, in spirit of yagna, which is also paraspara bhavana (participation, mutual understanding). Bhakti has an additional meaning, ‘to wait upon,’ ‘to s

Bharananganam Sree Krishna Swami Temple – History – Festival

Bharananganam Sree Krishna Swami temple is located at Bharananganam in Kottayam district, Kerala. The shrine is dedicated to Sri Krishna Bhagavan. The annual festival in the temple begins on the Makaravilakku day. Bharananganam Sree Krishna Swami Temple Story It is believed that during their exile period in the Mahabharata, Pandavas along with their wife Draupadi stayed at the spot where the present day temple is located. Once during Shukla Paksha Dwadashi, Yudhisthira wanted to perform puja of Bhagavan Vishnu but he was unable to find a suitable murti of Vishnu Bhagavan. To overcome this difficulty, Sree Krishna gifted a murti to Yudhishtira. The murti was carried to the place by Sage Veda Vyasa and Narada Muni as per the desire of Bhagavan Sri Krishna. The murti was placed on the banks of Gauna River (ancient name of modern Meenachil river). Yudhisthira soon discovered the murti and her offered worship and thus the place was blessed with the presence of Bhagavan Sri Krishna.

Varakkara Bhagavathy Temple – History – Story - Festival - Varakkara Pooram

Varakkara Bhagavathy temple is located at Varakkara on Amballur - Varandarappilly – Palappilly road in Thrissur district, Kerala. The shrine is dedicated to Goddess Bhagavathi (Durga Devi). The sankalpam of Mother Goddess here is that of sitting under a traditional umbrella ( കുടക്കീഴിലമരുന്ന ദേവീസങ്കല് ‍ പ്പം ) The Upa Devatas worshipped in the temple are Ganapati, Subramania, Ghantakarna, Rudhiramala. They are found inside the chuttambalam. The deities worshipped outside the chuttambalam are Adi Guru Muthappan, Brahmarakshas and Kshetrapalakan. There are also special shrines dedicated to Sree Dharma Sastha and Sree Narayana Guru near the temple pond. Three pujas are held in the temple. The 7-day annual festival in the temple concludes on Dhanu 30 (Mid January). The thidambu of Bhagavathy is carried atop caparisoned elephant. The annual festival pageantry display includes several elephants. Temple music and temple art forms are part of the festival. Colorful display, thalappoli,

Chadayamangalam Kunjayyappa Temple - Replica Of Sabarimala Ayyappa Temple

Chadayamangalam Kunjayyappa temple is located at Chadayamangalam in Kollam district, Kerala. The temple is a replica of the Sabarimala Ayyappa Temple including the famous Pathinettampadi or 18 steps. The subsidiary deities worshipped in the temple include Malikapurathamma and Ganapati. The square-shaped sanctum sanctorum has the murti of Ayyappa in sitting posture. The 18 steps leading to the shrine are gold-plated and padi puja are held on auspicious occasions. Special rituals, pujas and lighting of lamp are held on Makaravilakku day.

Ananda Ramayana - About - Story - Information

Ananda Ramayan is the story of Bhagavan Sri Ram. The book is the form of a conversation between Hindu God Shiva and Goddess Parvati. There is no single answer to the question as to who is the author of Ananda Ramayan. Scholars have numerous opinions on the authorship of Ananda Ramayan. The book got the name Ananda Ramayana because it is said that the reader experiences bliss when he/she reads the book. There are nine main chapters in the book. There are 109 chapters under the nine main chapters. There are a total of 12, 252 verses. The nine chapters are Sara Kanda, Yatrakanda, Yagakanda, Vilasakanda, Janmakanda, Vivahakanda, Rajyakanda, Manohara Kanda and Purva Kanda. There are some striking differences between Valmiki Ramayan and Ananda Ramayana. Ananda Ramayana begins with the marriage proposal of Dashrath and Kaushalya, mother of Sri Ram. Kaikeyi is the third wife of King Dashrath in Ananda Ramayana. In Valmiki Ramayan, she is the second wife. Two portions of th

Kuttanassery Kilikurssi Durga Temple

Kuttanassery Kilikurssi Durga temple is located in Palakkad district, Kerala. The temple is dedicated to Goddess Durga. At the entrance of the shrine is kodimaram or flagpost, which is gold-plated. The shrine is small and is a typical example of Kerala style temple architecture. The temple has a square-shaped sanctum sanctorum. Pujas are held in the morning and evening. Special pujas, rituals and lighting of lamps are held on the Makaravilakku day. Another important day in the temple is Navratri and Thrikarthika.

Dreaming Of Avoiding Someone – Meaning

 Dreaming of avoiding someone is good dream as per dream interpretation and meaning. The dream is a kind of warning. You are going to face some not so good incidents in near future due to other people. Dreaming of avoiding someone you know means embarrassment in life or financial problems. Avoid doing things that will cause damage to your reputation. Dream of avoiding someone you do not know means unexpected problems with strangers. You might get into fight with strangers. Dream of avoiding someone you know and you are happy means you will overcome a problem that has been pestering your for awhile. Dreaming of avoiding someone and you are unhappy or afraid means lost opportunity. You will be late for something important in life.

Dreaming Of Avocado Seed – Meaning

Dreaming of avocado seed is a good omen as per dream interpretation and meaning. It is a sign of growth and progress. You can expect good luck and new good relationship. Dream of seeing a lot of avocado seeds mean you will be spoilt for choice. There will be plenty of opportunity to come out of the present problems. Dream of avocado seed and you see it growing means you will get good advice regarding health and well being. You will be able to reverse a current health issue. Dreaming of avocado seed and you are unhappy means you will face certain truth in life that you wanted to avoid. You will come in face with reality. So be prepared to remove the mask and see who you really are.

Teachings On Death In Dnyaneshwari

Teachings on death in Dnyaneshwari from chapter 8 He who becomes one with Me (Bhagavan or God) from outside as well as inside, sheds the layers of the five principles from his body automatically. He who is not aware of his body even while living does not feel grief from death. A vessel immersed in water has water inside as well as outside. Does water break if the vessel breaks? Similarly even if body gets destroyed, Brahman (God) continues to be everywhere and therefore how can the intellect which has become one with it get destroyed? Therefore those who remember me (Bhagavan) at the time of death become one with me. (8:59-68) The normal rule is that after death a person attains that state which is in his mind at the time of death. He cannot avoid it. Just as one dreams of things which are constantly in the mind while awake, whatever one longs for in life comes to the mind at the time of death and he attains that state. Therefore make a habit of always remembering Me (God). Conside

13 December 2021 Tithi – Panchang – Hindu Calendar – Good Time – Nakshatra – Rashi

Tithi in Panchang – Hindu Calendar on Monday, 13 December 2021 – It is Shukla Paksha Dashami tithi or the tenth day during the waxing or light phase of moon in Hindu calendar and Panchang in most regions. It is Shukla Paksha Navami tithi or the ninth day during the waxing or light phase of moon till 12:13 AM on December 13. Then onward it is Shukla Paksha Dashami tithi or the tenth day during the waxing or light phase of moon till 12:30 AM on December 14. (Time applicable in all north, south and eastern parts of India. All time based on India Standard Time.  Good – Auspicious time on December 13, 2021 as per Hindu Calendar – Good and auspicious time on the entire day.  Nakshatra  – Uttara Bhadrapada or Uthrattathi nakshatra till 4:01 AM on December 13. Then onward it is Revathi nakshatra till 5:08 AM on December 14. (Time applicable in north, south and eastern parts of India).  In western parts of India (Maharashtra, Gujarat, Goa, north Karnataka and south Rajasthan), Uttara Bha