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Good Dates in June 2023 in Hindu Calendar - Hindu Auspicious Days and Time in June 2023

Hindu auspicious days are looked for buying selling and various other purposes. Good dates in June 2023 in Hindu calendar given below are based on India Standard Time. The auspicious dates and time in June 2023 are good for house warming, joining job, starting work, buying car or house, moving into new rented home, registration of property, villa, house flat, birth, visiting, first visit, buy bike, buying flat, house, property, villa, etc. Hindu Auspicious Days and Time in June 2023 June 1 June 2 good time till 6:52 AM June 3 good time from 6:15 AM to 11:17 AM June 7 June 8 good time till 6:58 PM June 10 June 12 June 13 good time after 9:28 AM June 14 June 20 June 21 June 26 good time after 1:18 PM June 27 June 28 June 29 good time till 3:06 PM June 30 good time after 4:09 PM Bad dates – These dates should be completely avoided – Certain dates that might not be mentioned above are neither good nor bad. They are average dates. You won't get the

Vyana Vayu

Vyana vayu is one of the five vital airs flowing in the human body along specific channels called nadis. The concept of vayu is as old as the Vedas. We find a reference to vayus in Yajurveda (VII.27), where the names of five vayus are mentioned in a prayer. It is prayed that the inner energy be enhanced in the form of the five vital airs, one by one. In Chandogya Upanishad (I.3.3), the locations and functions of vayus are mentioned; it is said that the vyana vayu is present at the joint or meeting place of prana and apana, which are the two main vayus in the body. In Amritanada Upanishad (verse 35), vyana is said to be located in all the organs of the body. The ears, thighs and waist are mentioned as locations of this vital air in Trisikhibrahman Upanishad (mantra part, verse 82). In Vedantasara,the vyana vayu is said to be present everywhere in the body and moving in all directions. Similar references are found in many other traditional texts. Vyana vayu moves all over the body in c

Vyahriti – The Madhva View

The three mystic syllables bhuh, bhuvah, suvah elucidate the meaning of omkar. There is a fourth Vyahriti known as mahah and known to Chaturmukha Brahma. The monosyllable om is the nomenclature of Parabrahman. It is so concise that it is not easily cognizable. Hence bhuh, bhuvah, suvah – the three syllables which are calledthe vyahritis – explain om, and thereby Parabrahman, too. Rig Bhashya of Madhavacharya states that the vyahriti explains omkar. The three padas of Gayatri explain the vyahritis. The three padas of Gayatri explain the vyahritis. The three Riks of Purushasukta explain Gayatri. The three Vedas and all the Oriental literature explain Pusushasukta. Rig Bhashya explains the omkar and vyahritis as om that is complete with an infinite number of auspicious qualities and free from any blemishes, bhuh that is perfect in all aspects, bhuvah that is all-sided glory and suvah that is supersaturated with bliss. The four vyahritis are governed by four forms of Vishnu or Narayana

Good Date For Giving Birth In January 2023 – Auspicious Dates For Birth Of baby In January 2023

There are many couples who look for good dates for giving birth of a baby. These are the good dates for giving birth in January 2023 for natural and caesarean birth. Please note that the auspicious dates of birth of the baby do not mean that everything will be good in life. Horoscope etc is prepared after looking into numerous considerations. Good dates for birth of baby in January 2023 January 1 January 3 good time for birth after 4:40 PM January 4 January 5 January 13 good time for birth till 6:00 PM January 14 January 17 good time for birth after 6:55 PM January 18 good time for birth till 5:00 PM January 22 January 24 January 26 January 27 January 28 good time for birth till 8:30 AM January 31 There is also a great fact known as Karma phala, it follows a living being through various births and one cannot escape from the actions of the previous births. All time and calculations are based on Indian Standard Time - the panchang followed is Kashi Panchang, Thakur Prasad

Nishedha In Hindu Philosophy

Nishedha or prohibition of wrong actions is an important aspect of Hindu philosophy. The Purva Mimamsa school of philosophy holds that performance of prohibited actions is papa (demerit). Mimamsa means inquiry, and the main objective of the system is to establish the authority of Veda, because Vedas teach dharma or religious duties. Dharma is what is enjoined in Vedas (codana-lakshano-rtah). Vedic commands are in the form of both do’s and don’ts. The positive command is called vidhi, and the negative command is nishedha (or pratisidha). Vidhis are the main source of dharma. The positive commands, such as obligatory duties (nityakarma) and occasional rites (naimittaka karmas), are categorical imperatives. The performance of nityakarmas and naimittikakarmas does not earn any merit, but their non-performance will result in demerit. One must avoid kamya-karma (self-centered action) and prohibited karma, such as killing. By avoiding forbidden (nishedha) courses of conduct we avoid re-bi

Vratya Stoma – A Purificatory Ritual

Vratya Stoma is a purificatory ritual during the Vedic age. According to Amarakosha, the word vratya means a twice-born, for whom the samskaras (purification rites), such as upanayana, have not been performed. So, a vratya is one who has lost his innate rights in his community by birth because of the absence of purification rituals that are mandatory. It is also possible that a twice born may become a vratya because of his bad conduct if he indulges in prohibited deeds such as adultery, murder, consumption of alcohol, etc. In order to regain one’s lost rights and to redeem oneself from the state of an outcaste, the Vratya Stoma rite has to be performed by the person concerned. This ritual has been formulated by Apastamba in his Srauta Sutra. He gives many options for the conduct of the same. It is a one-day Soma ritual, as we find from the details coded in these sutras. In Arsheyakalpa (Sama Veda), four types of Vratya Stoma are prescribed. In Asvalayana Srauta Sutra of the Rig Ved

Godh Bharai Dates in January 2023 – Hindu Baby Shower Good Dates in January 2023

Godh Bharai Dates in January 2023 is based on Hindu calendar and Panchang. Godh Bharai is the Hindu baby shower and is one of the auspicious occasions. Below are the good dates in January 2023 for performing this important ritual. Godh Bharai Dates in January 2023 January 1 January 3 good time for Godh Bharai after 4:30 PM January 4 January 5 January 13 good time for Godh Bharai till 6:00 PM January 14 January 18 good time for Godh Bharai till 5:10 PM January 22 January 24 January 26 January 27 January 31

Chittoor Sri Krishna Swamy Temple – History – Festival

Chittoor Sri Krishna Swamy temple is located at South Chittoor, northwestern part of Kochi, Ernakulam district, Kerala. The shrine is dedicated to Bhagavan Sri Krishna and is associated with Guruvayoor temple. The sankalpam of Sri Krishna in the temple is in the form in which he appeared before Devaki and Vasudeva in the prison of Kamsa. For some devotees, Bhagavan is Guruvayoorappan himself. The shrine was constructed during the 13th century CE. The main vigraham of Bhagavan Krishna here is in the standing posture with four hands (Chatur Bahu) - Sankhu (conch), the Sudarshana chakram (a serrated disk), the Lotus and Mace. The temple has a chathura sreekovil – square shaped and the roof is covered with copper sheets. There is a namaskara mandapam, chuttambalam, temple pond, and Kodimaram (flag pole). The annual festivals and rituals in the temple include Niramala, Chittoor Ekadashi, Ashtami Rohini, Punartham Thirunal Sadhya in Meena Masam, Lakshadeepam and Deepavali annual fest

Mantra For Child Good Behaviour In Hindu Religion

Mantra for child good behaviour in Hindu religion is associated with Goddess Lakshmi. It is believed that the rebellious and bad habits of a child can be changed with the blessing of Maa Lakshmi. Mantra For Child Good Behaviour ॐ श्रीं ह्रीं क्लीं श्री सिद्ध लक्ष्म्यै नम :! Om Shreem Hreem Kleem Shri Siddhi Lakshmabhaye Namah. The mantra is to be chanted in the evening during pradosh period. Light a lamp us pure cow ghee and sit facing northeast and chant the mantra. The child should be asked to read a simple translation of Srimad Bhagavad Purana. This will help in improving the behavior of a child.

Vratya – Supreme Being In Atharva Veda

The Vratya Kanda of Atharva Veda refers to the Supreme Being called Vratya, from whom Vratya Prajapati was born in the form of a golden egg. The word may be derived from vrata (vrat ‘to move’) occurring in Rig Veda (X.34.8, 12), Atharva veda II.9.1, Yajur Veda III.55, etc., having the sense of ‘multitude.’ Sayana takes the word vrata to mean ‘group’ or host (vratoh:sanghah). Mahindhara takes it to mean ‘one who conquers the groups of herotes (vrata surasamuhan sohate). In the Brahmana (XVII. 1-2) and some of Srauta Sutras refer to the vratyas as a group or class of people ousted from the Aryan society due to the breach of discipline. In the Aryan society, education was compulsory for all dvijas (twice born); those who failed to perform the upanayana (initiation ceremony to study) were declared to be patitasavitrika and they were subjected to social boycott. Those not initiated for three generations were called vratyas. The Jain Grihyasutras call them Vrisala. It appears that such

Dreaming Of Needing To Poop – Meaning – Needing To Poo Dream

Dreaming of needing to poop is a warning sign as per dream meaning and interpretation. The dream of needing to poo means in near future you will have tension or stressful situations. It is also a sign of developing certain bad habits suddenly and that will result in health issues. Dreams of needing to poop and you wake up terrified means you will hear bad news. It also means forced to do something shameful. Dream of needing to poop and you are searching for a place means you will face unexpected problems during travels. It also means facing problems in an unknown place especially related to relieving yourself. Dreaming of needing to poo and you are crying or getting disturbed means physical attack or you getting stuck in a bad place. It also means old memories haunting you. Dreams of needing to poop and you are happy in the dream means partying or fun and other similar activities. Dreaming of need to poo and you see poop means embarrassment or unknowingly doing something weird.

Navratri Day 6 Mantra – Sixth Day Prayers for Navratri in Hindi

The sixth day Prayers for Navratri is dedicated to Goddess Katyayani. Navratri Day 6 Mantra in Hindi is given below. It is chanted on  October 20, 2023 during Sharad Navratri. It is chanted on March 27, 2023 during Chaitra Navratri. There are three mantras. First is Mool Mantra for sixth day of Navratri. Second is Dhyana Sloka dedicated to Goddess Katyayani. Third is a Stotra. You can chant also prayers like Lalita Sahasranama on the day. There is no need to chant all mantras. Most devotees chant just the mool mantra. A very popular mantra of Goddess Katyayani for early marriage is ॐ कात्यायनी महामाये महायोगिन्यधीश्वरि। नंदगोपसुतम देवि पतिम मे कुरुते नम:। Navratri Day 6 Mool Mantra चंद्रहासोज्वलकरा शार्दूलवरवाहना।  कात्यायनी शुभं दध्यतिवि दानवघातिनी। Navratri Day 6 Dhyan Mantra Navratri Day 6 Stotra

Dreaming Of Net Curtains – Meaning

Dreaming of net curtains is both negative and positive sign as per dream meaning and interpretation. The dream means something you had done in your private life might become public. It also means change of lifestyle and investing in something that you had never done before. Dreams of net curtains also mean moving into a better place. It also means new property or house. Dream of net curtains and you wake up terrified means you will be secretly recorded in an act. It also means shame, scandal and embarrassment. Dreaming of net curtains in an unknown place means moving into a new city and finding a good accommodation. It is also a sign of progress. Dreams of net curtains and you wake up happy is a sign of desire fulfillment. It also means you will achieve success and something you had planned will work out in the manner you wished.

If I Do Everything What Will God Do? – Story

The previous night of the fish eye test in the Mahabharata Sri Krishna gives Arjuna an important lesson. Krishna – Climb the weighing scale carefully keep your legs properly balanced, keep your eyes focused on the fish eye. Arjuna interrupts impatiently – If I have to do everything what will you do? Krishna gives an enamoring reply – I will do what you are incapable of doing. Arjuna – what is that I cannot do? Krishna – I will keep the water steady. The essence of the story is that we must do our actions wholeheartedly. What is Bhagavan capable of doing is beyond the comprehension of our mind.

Dreaming Of Nearly Falling – Meaning

Dreaming of nearly falling is warning sign as per dream meaning and explanation. The dream means soon you will face embarrassing situations or problems due to negligence. It also means acting without thinking will result in accidents. Dreams of nearly falling and you are angry in the dream means someone might try to insult you or play a prank on you in near future. Dream of falling in water and you are cursing means someone will conspire against you and will succeed in causing damage to you. It also means trouble with people both known and unknown. Dreaming of falling and there are other people in the dream means problems in a public place. It also means humiliation. You will be targeted by a group of people. It is also a sign that carelessness and absent-mindedness will result in damage. Dreams of falling and you know the place means you will face accident or will be forced to return back home halfway through your journey.

Dreaming Of Nearly Being Shot – Meaning

Dreaming of nearly being shot is a bad omen and warning sign as per dream meaning and interpretation. The dream means you will be forced to hide to save your life. It also means you will witness something illegal or that evokes fear and aversion. Dreams of nearly being shot also means you will be mentally shaken and disturbed due to an incident that took place in a place you frequent or you are associated with. Dreaming of nearly being shot means you should avoid anger and confrontation. It also means you should avoid lonely places. Dream of nearly being shot and you know the place means you might see accident or terror in a known place. It is a warning sign and you need to be always on alert and avoid helping suspicious people. Dreams of nearly being shot and you see other people in the dream mean you will face problems due to the negligence of other people. It also means lack of coordination resulting in failure. Dreaming of nearly being shot and you repeatedly see yourself in the d

Dreaming Of Needles In Feet – Meaning

Dreaming of needles in feet is a warning sign as per dream meaning and interpretation. It means there are hidden problems in your life and they will soon be creating havoc in both personal and professional life. Something important but you had ignored will cause severe damage to you. Dreams of needles in feet also mean enemies will be very active and will attempt to physically hurt you. It also means some kind of rare treatment to overcome a serious disease. Dream of needles in feet also means you need to be careful while handling sharp objects. It also means not to ignore important safety aspects in your house or building. The dream is also asking to be more clean and alert regarding safety aspects. Dreaming of needles in feet and you see yourself in the dream means you will be getting into tough situations soon. You might be forced to express your real feeling which you have been hiding. It also means witnessing something gruesome. Dreams of needle in feet is also a warning sig

7 October 2022 Tithi – Panchang – Hindu Calendar – Good Time – Nakshatra – Rashi

Tithi in Panchang – Hindu Calendar on Friday, 7 October 2022 – It is Shukla Paksha Dwadashi and Trayodashi tithi or the twelfth and 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 6:48 AM on October 7. Then onward it is Shukla Paksha Trayodashi tithi or the thirteenth day during the waxing or light phase of moon till 4:58 AM on October 8. (Time applicable in all north, south and eastern parts of India. All time based on India Standard Time.  Good – Auspicious time on October 7, 2022 as per Hindu Calendar – There is no good and auspicious time on the entire day.  Nakshatra  – Satabhisha or Sadayam or Chathayam nakshatra till 6:46 PM on October 7. Then onward it is Purva Bhadrapada or Pooruruttathi nakshatra till 5:53 PM on October 8. (Time applicable in north, south and eastern parts of India).  In western parts of India

Good Dates in May 2023 in Hindu Calendar - Hindu Auspicious Days and Time in Month May 2023

Hindu auspicious days are looked for buying selling and various other purposes. Good dates in May 2023 in Hindu calendar given below are based on India Standard Time. The auspicious dates and time in May 2023 are good for house warming, joining job, starting work, buying car or house, moving into new rented home, registration of property, villa, house flat, birth, visiting, first visit, buy bike, buying flat, house, property, villa, etc. Hindu Auspicious Days and Time in May 2023 May 2 May 3 May 4 May 7 good time till 8:29 PM May 11 good time till 11:27 AM May 12 May 14 good time till 6:34 AM May 16 May 21 May 22 May 24 May 25 May 29 May 30 good time till 8:53 PM May 31 good time after 8:13 PM Bad dates – These dates should be completely avoided – Certain dates that might not be mentioned above are neither good nor bad. They are average dates. You won't get the desired results if auspicious events are performed on the day.

Durga Ashtami 2023 – Importance of Durga Ashtami - Mantra

Durga Ashtami is the eighth day of the Navratri celebrations. Durgashtami is also known as Mahashtami and is one of the important days of Durga Puja and a fast is undertaken by many people.  In 2023, the date of Durga Ashtami is October 22.  Weapons of Goddess Durga are worshipped on the day and it is known Astra Puja. The day is also known as Virashtami as there are displays using arms or martial arts. It is one of the most important day for Goddess Worship in Hindu religion. Please note - Chaitra Durga Ashtami will be observed on March 29, 2023. There is also a belief in some regions that Goddess Kali appeared from the forehead of Durga on this day to annihilate Chanda and Munda and Raktabija. During the Durga Puja rituals on Mahashtami day the 64 Yoginis and Ashta Nayikas – the eight consorts – of Durga are also worshipped. The eight consorts of Durga, also known as Eight Shaktis, are interpreted differently in different regions of India . But ultimately all the ei

Nabapatrika Puja 2023 Date – Patrika Pravesh during Durga Puja

Patrika Pravesh is an important ritual held during the Durga Puja and it is observed on the Saptami day. Patrika Pravesh 2023 date is October 21. This puja is also known as Nabapatrika Puja or Nabapatrika Pooja.  ‘Nava’ means nine and ‘Patrika’ means leaves in Sanskrit and Nabapatrika is part of rituals during Durga Puja and is installed on Saptami day. The leaves are also known as Nine Durgas. Nabapatrika symbolize nine deities worshipped in Hinduism. The nine plants are plantain (Banana), Kacu, Turmeric, Jayanti, Wood Apple (Bilva), Pomegranate, Ashoka, Arum and Rice Paddy or Dhanya. During dawn on Saptami day, just as the first light of sun descents on earth, Nabapatrika puja is performed. The Pran Pratishta, or life, is breathed into the idol of Goddess Durga. The ritual is performed on the  Ghats  of a river or pond. The idol of Goddess Durga is not taken to the pond instead life is symbolically transferred from water to plantain tree. The ritual is an elaborate one and th

Nischaladasa – Great Saint Scholar Of 19th Century

Nischaladasa (1800 – 1864), also written as Nischaladas and Nischala Dasa, was a great scholar of 19th century CE and famous for his work Vichara Sagara. A disciple of Dadu, he was well versed in Vedas, Sanskrit grammar and the six systems of Hindu philosophy. He had his early Advaita training at Kashi or Varanasi. He visited many places in the Indian subcontinent to spread his message and passed away in 1864 CE in a village near Delhi, where he used to live. Vichara Sagara (Ocean of Contemplation) of Nischaladasa is a brilliant composition written in Hindi in 527 stanzas for easy understanding of those who had little knowledge of Sanskrit and who needed to understand the Advaita texts. This brilliant text was composed in the village of Kihadouli in western Delhi. In style and content, Vicharasagara of Nischala Dasa is influenced by Panchadasi of Vidyaranya. Vicharasagara has seven tarnagas (waves or chapters). The first Taranga deals with the unity of jiva and Brahman, which is

Papankusha Ekadashi October 2023- Mantra - Puja Vidhi

Papankusha Ekadasi is observed during the Shukla Paksha (waxing phase of moon) in the Hindu month of Ashwin (September – October). Papankusha Ekadashi 2023 date is October 25. The significance of this Ekadasi is mentioned in the Brahma Vaivarta Purana and was narrated to Yudhishtira by Lord Krishna. It is known as Papankusha because observing it is believed to destroy all the sins. It is believed that observing Papankusha Ekadasi will help in realizing one’s dreams. It is also said that observing Papankusha fasting is equal to making 100 types of numerous offerings. On Papankusha Ekadasi, Bhagavan Vishnu is worshipped in the form of Ananta Padmanabha – reclining on Snake Ananta in the milky ocean. Some of the other results obtained by observing Papankusha Ekadashi include Moksha, freedom from vices and diseases. Doing community service and helping the poor on the day is considered to help in realizing one’s true nature. All the usual rules associated with Ekadasi fasting is ob

Saraswati Puja 2022 Dates - Significance of Goddess Saraswati Puja in Hinduism

Saraswati Puja is observed mainly during Basant Panchami and Navratri in a year. Saraswati Puja 2022 during Navratri it is from October 3 to October 5. Saraswati Puja is the worship of Hindu goddess of learning. In Kerala, Saraswati Puja is known as Vidyarambham and it is observed on the Vijayadasami day and in 2022, it is on October 5. Saraswati Puja During Navratri Saraswati Puja is also observed during Navratri (October – November) in North and western parts of India . The puja includes worship of a new idol of Goddess Saraswati and its final immersion in a water body. Saraswati Avahan – October 2 Saraswati Puja – October 3 Saraswati Balidan and Visaran –  October 4 Navratri Saraswati Puja in South India In South India during Navratri, Goddess Saraswati is worshipped on the last three days of Navratri. In 2022 is from October 3 to October 5. Puja Vyappu or the keeping of tools and implements for puja is on the evening of October 13. On the

Utpath Yog In Hindu Astrology

Utpath Yog, or Utpad Yoga, is considered a bad and inauspicious period in Hindu astrology. This yog is calculated based on nakshatra or birth star. The time period of Utpath Yog is till the nakshatra on the particular day. Utpath Yog time period is to be avoided for travels, exams and financial dealings. The time is also not good for the first meeting with a person or family. All kinds of investments, openings etc should be avoided during the time period. Utpath Yoga happens when -  Vishaka or Vishakam nakshatra falls on Sunday or Ravivar Purvashada or Pooradam nakshatra falls on Monday or Somvar Dhanishta or Avittam nakshatra falls on Tuesday or Mangalvar Revati nakshatra falls on Wednesday or Budhwar Rohini nakshatra falls on Thursday or Guruvar Pushya or Poosam or Pooyam nakshatra falls on Friday or Shukravar Uttara Phalguni or Uthram nakshatra falls on Saturday or Shanivar. Utpath Yog is present only when the corresponding nakshatra is present on the particular

Aparajita Devi Mantra

Aparajita Devi mantra is dedicated to Goddess Aparajita. The mantra is chanted for achieving victory over enemies. It is also chanted by people participating in various competitions. The mantra is ideal for sportsmen and sports women. Aparajita Devi Mantra ' मम सकुटुम्बस्य क्षेम सिद्धयर्थे अपराजिता पूजनं करिष्ये ' The mantra should be chanted facing northeast or east. The ideal time to chant the mantra is early mornings. The mantra should be chanted 108 times. Lamp lit using pure cow ghee should be placed while chanting the mantra. The mantra should be chanted after taking bath. There should be both internal and external purification.

Mantra For Child Health In Hindu Religion

Mantra for child health in Hindu religion is dedicated to Dhanwantari. The mantra should be chanted in the morning hours after sunrise. Here is the mantra for good health of your children. श्री   धनवंतरी   स्वरूप   श्री   श्री   श्री   औषधचक्त्र   नारायणाय   नमः॥ Sri Dhanwantari Swaroopa Sri Sri Sri Oushadha Chakra Narayanaya Namah The mantra should be chanted 108 times facing the sun. Feeding cow, ants, fishes, birds and other animals helps in solving health troubles related to children. It is also highly meritorious to plant trees and take care of them like children. All these actions along with the mantra help in creating a positive aura. This positive energy helps in having a disease free family with good health of children.

Navratri Day 5 Mantra – Fifth Day Prayers for Navratri in Hindi

The fifth day prayers for Navratri is dedicated to Goddess Skandamata. Navratri Day 5 Mantra in Hindi is given below. It is chanted on October 19, 2023 during Navratri. It is chanted on March 26, 2023 during Chaitra Navratri. There are three mantras. First is Mool Mantra for fifth day of Navratri. Second is Dhyana Sloka dedicated to Goddess Skanda Mata. Third is a Stotra. You can chant also prayers like Lalita Sahasranama on the day. There is no need to chant all mantras. Most devotees chant just the mool mantra. Navratri Day 5 Mool Mantra सिंहासना गता नित्यं पद्माश्रि तकरद्वया। शुभदास्तु सदा देवी स्कंदमाता यशस्विनी।। Navratri Day 5 Dhyan Mantra Navratri Day 5 Stotra

Dreaming Of Spider Nests – Meaning

Dreaming of spider nests is a negative sign as per dream meaning and interpretation. The dream means you will face problems associated with property and house. It also means infestation of bugs in your residence. Dreams of spider nests also mean you will get into sticky situations in relationships or at workplace. Dream of spider nests means you will run into problems without noticing them. You will be ignorant about what is happening around you. Dreaming of spider nests and you are seen in the dream means it is a warning sign about accidents in near future. It also means facing unexpected problems especially due to your carelessness or absent mindedness. Dreams of spider nests and you see prey in it means you will be defeated by your enemies. It also means you will face attack or will fall into the trap set by your enemies. Dreams of spider nests and you get caught and you are happy in the dream means suicidal thoughts or depression. It also means you will turn destructive whi

Dreaming Of Needing To Pee – Meaning

Dreaming of needing to pee is a warning sign as per dream meaning and interpretation. The dream means in near future you will have tension or stressful situations. It is also a sign of developing certain habits suddenly that will result in health issues. Dreams of needing to pee and you wake up terrified means you will hear bad news. Dream of needing to pee and you are searching for a place means you will face unexpected problems during travels. It also means facing problems in an unknown place. Dreaming of needing to pee and you are crying or getting disturbed means physical attack or you getting stuck in a bad place. It also means old memories haunting you. Dreams of needing to pee and you are happy in the dream means partying or fun and other similar activities. Dreaming of need to pee and you see urine means embarrassment or unknowingly doing something weird.

Bhagavad Gita Chapter VIII Verse 18

At the approach of (Brahma’s) day, all manifestations proceed from the unmanifest state, and at the approach of the night they merge into that same state, called the unmanifest. (Bhagavad Gita 8.18) Verses 17 and 18 of chapter 18 of Bhagavad Gita signify the evolution and involution of cosmic Energy, represented by Brahma’s day and night. As we go to sleep and become unconscious of the external world, so does Brahma also go to sleep. Then all becomes chaos and the world comes to an end. But when Brahma wakes up, evolution begins again. The universe was not annihilated during Brahma’s sleep, but in the process of involution everything goes back to its finer state. It becomes finer and finer until it is no more perceivable. But everything remains in the germ state, to come out again in the process of evolution. This process of evolution and involution, according to some, takes place with the entire Cosmos, while others hold that it refers to one solar system at a time, each solar syste

Dreaming Of Neem Leaves – Meaning

Dreaming of neem leaves is both negative and positive sign as per dream meaning and interpretation. The dream means some kind of interpretation in the near future. It also means you will have happy occasions or there will be puja or rituals. Dreams of neem leaves are also a warning sign about contagious diseases and you unable to go out of house for a short period. Dream of neem leaves and you are seen in the dream means you will have to bear someone or something for a short period so that you will have good results in future. Dreaming of neem leaves and you see other people mean success and there will be auspicious functions in family. Dreams of neem leaves and it is spread all over the place means opportunity to make wealth. Dreaming of plucking neem leaves means you will get food items in large quantity and will need to store them.

Dreaming Of Needles – Meaning

Dreaming of needles is a warning sign as per dream meaning and interpretation. The dream means accident in near future or you will get hurt by sharp or pointed objects. The dream also means you should not neglect small problems as they might cause damage. It also means even small things might disturb your peace. Dreams of needles also means you need to stay alert always and should not be careless or absent-minded especially while traveling and doing works. Dream of needles and you are seen handling it in the dream means you will get opportunity to mend a broken relationship. It also means repairing something that you thought was not reparable. Dreaming of needles and there is blood or it piercing a body is a sign of mishap it can be physical or mental. Dreams of needles and you are seen happy in the dream means you will rectify a mistake. It also means realizing a fault before others discovering it. Dream of needles and you are happy seeing it piercing a body means you will hav

Dreaming Of Hornets Nest – Meaning

Dreaming of hornets is a negative sign as per dream interpretation and meaning. The dream means you will face sudden attack from your enemies. It also means something you had collected for years together will be taken away from your forcibly. Dreams of hornets also mean you will face a hostile crowd. It is a warning sign and is asking you to cleverly protect your wealth and property. Dream of hornets and you are seen getting attacked by it means physical attack on you. It also means getting stung by poisonous animals or insects. Dreams of hornets and you are not seen in the dream means jealous colleague or friend will attempt spread rumors about you. It also means you will not realize when someone close to you is plotting against you. It also means someone occupying what rightly belongs to you. Dreaming of colorful hornets and you are simply watching them in the dream means you will need to be mentally prepared to face some unwanted visitors in your life.

6 October 2022 Tithi – Panchang – Hindu Calendar – Good Time – Nakshatra – Rashi

Tithi in Panchang – Hindu Calendar on Thursday, 6 October 2022 – It is Shukla Paksha Ekadashi tithi or the eleventh day during the waxing or light phase of moon in Hindu calendar and Panchang in most regions. It is Shukla Paksha Ekadashi tithi or the eleventh day during the waxing or light phase of moon till 8:52 AM on October 6. Then onward it is Shukla Paksha Dwadashi tithi or the twelfth day during the waxing or light phase of moon till 6:48 AM on October 7. (Time applicable in all north, south and eastern parts of India. All time based on India Standard Time.  Good – Auspicious time on October 6, 2022 as per Hindu Calendar – Good and auspicious time after 9:40 AM.  Nakshatra  – Dhanishta or Sravishta or Avittam nakshatra till 7:59 PM on October 6. Then onward it is Shatabhisha or Sadayam or Chathayam nakshatra till 6:46 PM on October 7. (Time applicable in north, south and eastern parts of India).  In western parts of India (Maharashtra, Gujarat, Goa, north Karnataka a

Good Dates In April 2023 In Hindu Calendar - Hindu Auspicious Days and Time in April 2023

Hindu auspicious days are looked for buying selling and various other purposes. Good dates in April 2023 in Hindu Calendar given below are based on India Standard Time. The auspicious dates  and time in April 2023 are good for house warming, joining job, starting work, buying car or house, moving into new rented home, registration of property, villa, house flat, birth, visiting, first visit, buy bike, buying flat, house, property, villa, etc. Hindu Auspicious Days in April 2023 April 3 April 5 good time till 9:19 AM April 6 April 7 April 8 good time till 1:58 PM April 9 good time from 1:59 PM to 10:13 PM April 14 April 15 good time till 10:00 AM April 16 April 22 April 23 good time till 8:01 PM April 24 good time after 8:24 AM April 26 April 27 good time till 1:38 PM April 28 Bad dates or dates that should be avoided in April 2023 are:    Certain dates that might not be mentioned above are neither good nor bad. They are average dates. You won't g

Vidyarambham 2023 date in Kerala - Importance - Rituals - Vidyarambham Ceremony During Navratri on Vijayadasami in 2023

Vijayadashami, or Dasara, celebrated on the day after nine-day Navratri festival is observed as Vidyarambham in Kerala and is dedicated to Goddess Saraswati – the Hindu Goddess of learning. Vidyarambham 2023 date is October 24. ‘Vidya’ means knowledge and ‘Arambham’ means to begin. Children above the age of 3 usually take Vidyarambham on the day. On the Vidyarambham day, young children are introduced into the world of alphabets or letters and they take the first step into the world of knowledge. Vidyarambham Child Age Today, there is no rule regarding the age of child for Vidyarambham. The preferred age is 3 years. But children who want to put their child in the rat race quickly even perform at the age of 2 and 2.5 years. In ancient Kerala, Vidyarambham was performed for both girls and boys when they reached the age of 7. (Encyclopaedia Indica: Malabar - Page 287 by Shyam Singh Shashi) (Society in Medieval Malabar: A Study Based on Vadakkan Pattukal  - page 52 - Kuzhipp

Durga Puja Sashti - Starting Of Durga Puja Rituals

Durga Puja Sashti, or Sasthi, is observed on the sixth after new moon in the Bengali month Ashwin. In 2023, the date of Durga Puja Sashti is October 20. Goddess Durga is welcomed on Sashti day to Puja pandals and households. The important ritual on the day includes unveiling the face of Durga murti (idol) and Kalparamba. Bodhon, Amontron and Adibas are some of the main rituals on Sashti day. Kalparamba is the beginning of Pujas. Bodhon is the consecration (invocation) of Goddess Durga Idol. Amontron is inviting the Goddess and Adibas sanctifying the stay of Goddess in the pandal of puja arena. Durga Puja is mainly a community puja and therefore majority of the rituals associated with it are performed by a group of elderly people or by priests.

Viveka Sindhu – Book On Vedanta By Mukundaraya

Viveka Sindhu is a vedantic book written by Mukundaraya, a well known saint-poet,who probably flourished in the late 12 th century CE. Mukundaraya upheld the atman-Brahman identity of Upanishads in the work on Vedanta. Realization of the highest atman was declared as the highest goal of human endeavor in the book. The title ‘Viveka Sindhu’ is significant. It literally means ‘ocean of discrimination’. The first part of the work describes the characteristics of worthy teacher and a worthy student. Then certain topics like panchikarana and elucidation of the expression of ‘sarvam brahmam’ are dealt elaborately. In the next half, the implications of mahavakya ‘tatvamasi’ are explained. Then follows the denial of linga deha and a description of sayujya-bhakti. The worki s rich in metaphor and abounds in colloquial words which are easily understood.