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Importance Of Oral Tradition In Hinduism

Oral tradition is of great importance in Hinduism. Oral tradition helps in the process of specialization. Folk songs help to inculcate good behavior and adjustment to the social structure. Narrative and elegies relate people with their ancestors. Their lives and philosophies and their achievements which generate pride among members of society, help in the process of socialization. Moral songs help to control the behaviour of the people so that they do not neglect the norms and value systems of their community. Stories, epic-plays and ballads are devices of social control. Stories and epic-plays describe great persons and emphasize the fact that good always wins. Even a wise and powerful character like Ravana had to die because of his evil deeds. These instances inculcate righteousness among the people. Similarly, legends and ballads mould the behaviour of the people. Proverbs are effective and induce a particular type of action through subtle irony. Their sarcastic remarks throug

Hanuman Mantra For Disease Free Body

Hanuman is widely worshipped in Hinduism for a strong body. It is believed that daily worship of Hanuman will help in having a disease free body. Here is a Hanuman mantra for a strong body with no sickness or illness. Hanuman Mantra For Disease Free Body ॐ हुं हुं हुं हनुमते नमः Om Hum Hum Hum Hanumate Namah How to Chant The Mantra? The mantra should be chanted after taking bath in the morning. It should be chanted 108 times in front of the murti of Hanuman. There is also an elaborate process of doing puja along with the mantra. You can skip this portion if you are not into performing elaborate rituals. This is given below: सबसे पहले उपाय की सामग्री जान लीजिए। सरसों का तेल , नौ मिट्टी के दीपक , देशी कपूर , 9 लौंग , राई दाने , एक चुटकी आजवाईन और लाल धागा यानि कलावा। सभी 9 दीपकों में सरसों का तेल भरकर लाल धागे की बत्ती भी लगा दें , इसके बाद सभी दीपकों में थोड़ा - थोड़ा देशी कपूर डालें। सभी दीपकों में एक - एक लौंग भी

Telepathy In Hinduism

Telepathy in Hinduism is referred to as Manah Paryaya and is the direct perception and is treated as extra sensory perception in modern psychology. Jaina epistemology has classified knowledge as direct and indirect. Empirical knowledge and sense experiences are indirect, whereas avadhi (clairvoyance), manah-paryaya (telepathy), and kevala-jnana (omniscience) are direct to the being. In the process of self-realization man acquires certain experiences and powers which are not possible for the common man with the normal function of sense organs. Almost all systems of Hindu philosophy except the Charvaka and Mimamsaka accept the possibility of such experiences. Manah Paryaya is the direct experience of the mental modes working in other individual minds. Paraya means modification and manah means mind. So manah-paryaya is the cognition of modes of other’s minds. This telepathic experience is rare and difficult to get. As per Hinduism, telepathic experience is rare and difficult to get.

Importance Of Peace Education

Peace education is a vital discipline requiring the committed engagement and marshalling of a diverse range of knowledge, attitudes, and skills many of which are not often recognized as being of particular importance. For instance, assertiveness is a value that may seem contrary to the ways of peace. But peace educators tell us that ‘submissiveness is as bad as aggressiveness. In fact, it is the other side of being aggressive. Many criminals have submissive characters. Submissiveness serves as a mask to cover the aggressive nature within. Since submissive persons are potential aggressors, they cannot be trusted. Learning to assert oneself without being aggressive or offensive - especially when criticized, pressurized, or treated unfairly - is a crucial skill that all children need to learn. It is also of signal importance in dealing with angry, aggressive, and unreasonable people in a non-violent fashion. Thus children who have learnt to deal with bullies at school peacefully and

Dreaming Of Empty Swimming Pool – Meaning

Dreaming of empty swimming pool is a bad omen as per dream meaning and interpretation. The dream means you will soon be depressed or lonely. Dreams of empty swimming pool also mean self doubt and loss of hope. Dream of empty swimming pool and you know the place means you will soon enter into a phase in which you may question your ability and decisions. You should avoid self doubt and do an honest postmortem of your decisions. The dream is a sort of warning sign. Dreaming of empty swimming pool and you see other people means you will be surrounded by negative people. You should avoid negativity. Dream of empty swimming pool and you see cracks appearing or only little water means your friends or colleagues will cheat you.

28 June 2022 Tithi – Panchang – Hindu Calendar – Good Time – Nakshatra – Rashi

Tithi in Panchang – Hindu Calendar on Tuesday, 28 June 2022 – It is Amavasya tithi or the no moon day 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 4:57 AM on June 28. Then onward it is Amavasya tithi or the no moon day till 6:54 AM on June 29. (Time applicable in all north, south and eastern parts of India. All time based on India Standard Time.  Good – Auspicious time on June 28, 2022 as per Hindu Calendar – There is no good and auspicious time on the entire day.  Nakshatra  – Mrigasira or Makayiram or Mrigasheersham nakshatra till 6:46 PM on June 28. Then onward it is Ardra or Arudhra or Thiruvathira nakshatra till 9:23 PM on June 29.   (Time applicable in north, south and eastern parts of India).  In western parts of India (Maharashtra, Gujarat, Goa, north Karnataka and south Rajasthan), Mrigashira or Makayiram or Mrigasheersham nakshatra till 7:05 PM on June