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Good Dates In January 2023 In Hindu Calendar - Hindu Auspicious Days And Time In January 2023

Hindu auspicious days are looked for buying selling and various other purposes. Good dates in January 2023 in Hindu calendar given below are based on India Standard Time. The auspicious dates and time in January 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 Good Days And Time In January 2023 January 1 January 3 good time after 4:25 PM January 4 January 5 January 7 good time till 8:53 AM January 13 till 6:16 PM January 14 January 17 good time after 6:46 PM January 18 good time till 5:22 PM January 22 January 24 January 26 January 27 January 28 good time till 8:42 AM January 31 Bad dates – These dates should be completely avoided  – January 8, 13, 19, 20, 21, 23 and January 30 Certain dates that might not be mentioned above are neither good nor bad. They are a

Ghatasthapana On The First Day Of Nine-Day Navratri Festival

During nine-day Navratri festival, the first day of is dedicated to Ghatasthapana – installation of a Pot symbolizing Mother Goddess. Ghatasthapana 2023 date is October 15 for Sharad Navratri. Chaitra Navratri Ghatasthapana is on March 22, 2023. This is also an important ritual during Dashain, which is the equivalent of Navaratri in Nepal . In Ghatasthapana, a pot or vessel known as Kalash with an image of Goddess Durga or any one form of Goddess Shakti embellished is placed in the puja room or specific area and worshipped for nine-days. Ghatasthapana is also known as Kalash Sthapana. The Kalash is filled with water and mud and cow dung are mixed and placed on top of it. Another mixture of mud is used to make a rectangular block and the Kalash is placed in the center of it. Barley grains are sown on the mud on top of the kalash and also on the rectangular block. The Ghatasthapana ritual is performed at a particular auspicious time. Goddess Shakti is believed to r

Vishwanatha Chakravarti Author Of Ananda Chandrika

Vishwanatha Chakravarti is a commentator of Chaitanya School of poetics, of which Rupa Goswami is the pioneer. Rupa Goswami was instructed to write Bhakti Rasamrita Sindhu by Chaitanya. This is a standard work of the Bengal Vaishnava School of poetics. The school is based on Bhagavata Purana, which derives its tenets from the example and precept of Lord Chaitanya. It propounds a new rasa theory, based on religious mysticism and theology. Rupa Goswami has also written Ujjvalanilamani. This work is commented upon by Visvanatha Cakravarti. The title of the learned commentary is Ananda Chandrika. This commentary was composed in 1694 CE at Vrindavan. Apart from Ananda Chandrika, there is a commentary by Jiva Goswami on Ujjvalanilamani. This commentary, along with the original text of Ujjvala Nilamani, are a landmark in the Indian rasa theory. Formerly, the Paramara king Bhoja Deo had propounded his peculiar rasa theory, giving importance to sringara. Visvanatha Cakravarti has also propoun

Navratri Day 1 Mantra Aarti – First Day Prayers for Navratri in Hindi

The first day Prayers for Navratri is dedicated to Goddess Shailputri. You can chant also prayers like Lalita Sahasranama on the day. It is chanted on October 15, 2023 during Sharad Navratri. It is chanted on March 22, 2023 during Chaitra Navratri. Navratri Day 1 Mantra in Hindi is given below. There are three mantras. First is Mool Mantra for first day of Navratri. Second is Dhyana Sloka dedicated to Goddess Shailputri. Third is a Stotra. There is no need to chant all mantras. Most devotees chant just the mool mantra. Navratri Day 1 Mool Mantra वन्दे वांछित लाभाय चन्द्रार्द्वकृतशेखराम्। वृषारूढ़ा शूलधरां  शैलपुत्रीं य शस्विनीम्॥ Navratri Day 1 Dhyan Mantra वन्दे वांछितलाभाय चन्द्रर्धकृतशेखराम्। वृषारूढ़ा शूलधरां शैलपुत्री यशस्वनीम्॥ पूणेन्दुनिभांगौरी मूलाधार स्थितांप्रथम दुर्गा त्रिनेत्रा॥ पटाम्बरपरिधानां रत्नाकिरीटा नामालंकार भूषिता॥ प्रफुल्ल वंदना पल्लवाधरां कातंकपोलां तुग कुचाम्। कमनीयां लावण्यां स्नेमुखी क्षीणमध्यां नितम्बनीम्॥  Navratri Day 1 S

Mantra For All Problems In Hinduism

The best mantra for all problems as per Hinduism is being content and to stop searching for happiness in external things. Below is a mantra for all problems and it should be chanted sitting facing east or northeast. It is also good to chant the mantra during sunrise. Mantra For All Problems श्वेते वृषे समारूढा , श्वेताम्बरधरा शुचि : । महागौरी शुभं दद्यात् , महादेवप्रमोददाद।। Shweta Vrishabe Samaruda Shwetambaradhara Shuchi Mahagauri Shubhamddyat Mahadevpramoddath The meaning of the Mantra in Hindi सफेद वृषभ ( बैल ) पर सवारने वाली , श्वेत वस्त्र धारण करने वाली , सबसे पवित्र व महादेव को अपनी भक्ति से प्रसन्न करने वाली मां महागौरी हम सबका भला करो। The best way to solve all problems in life is through contentment and seeing that everything in the world is just a manifestation of the divine truth. There is no second here. Our main problems in the world are expectation and trying to find happiness in things that has no real value.

Vishkambhaka In Hindu Drama

Vishkambhaka is a form of stylized interlude between two acts of a Hindu or Sanskrit drama. Manuals of Sanskrit drama describe in detail what consists of an anka (act) and how many types of intervals between acts and scenes can be introduced. The purpose of all drama was the realization of righteousness, economic well-being, aesthetic enjoyment, and spiritual salvation, the four basic purusharthas (value-orientations of life). Thus the tone of all interludes would have to nourish the basic sense of wellbeing and joy experienced at the expression of the sublime throughout the play. The intervals between two acts of a play are supposed to signify a time interval of a year or less, and five types of scenes are prescribed to cover these intervals – vishkambhaka, praveshaka, culika, ankasya and ankavatara. In Dasarupaka, a literary manual giving authentic details of all terminology for Sanskrit dramatic conventions, the vishkambhaka has been described as the interlude that reports brief

Mahalaya Thoughts and Quotes

The word Mahalaya can be defined as Maha + Alaya, which means great habitat. The earth turns to a great habitat for these fifteen days; because the manes are invited from the upper space to the human habitat to be worshiped. During these fifteen days every family is expected to offer Tarpan (offering water) to the pitru as a token of obligation. Also any day within the fortnight according to suitability of the family, is fixed to offer Shraddha (ceremonial offering of food) for the pitru.  (Symbolism of Mahalaya when it is considered as a day for making offerings to dead ancestors.) – Source - Unknown Mahalaya means ‘the great dissolution.’ It stands for the dissolution of the ignorance within us which is symbolized by the killing of the Buffalo demon on Mahanavami day. It is nine days Tapasya starting on Mahalaya Day, invoking the Goddess of “Constructive Destruction” and knowledge. If the Tapasya is proper, the ignorance within us should be wiped out in nine days. The b

Visesha In Hindu Philosophy

Visesha is a category in Vaisheshika philosophy. Visesha, meaning particular, is one of the seven categories, or saptapadarthas. It is a counterpart of samanya, which means ‘general’, and one necessarily implies the presence of the other. Visesha is defined as residing in eternal substances for the purpose of distinguishing them from one another, and they are innumerable, one being assigned to each eternal substance. A more accurate definition is ‘that which distinguishes self from itself.’ The eternal substances in which viseshas in here are the atoms of the first four substances, namely, earth, water, light, and air, together with the remaining eternal substances of ether, time, space, self and mind. Other definitions of visesha also convey that visesha is a category (padartha) assumed to account for the differences of atoms and other eternal substances from one another. The necessity for such an assumption is established as a jar is distinguished from a piece of cloth, because t

Dreaming Of Nearly Drowning – Meaning

Dreaming of nearly drowning is a warning sign as per dream meaning and interpretation. The dream means that you will face sudden hardships. It also means a fun turning into a nightmare. Dreams of nearly drowning also means you are in an insecure relationship or which might result in physical abuse in future. Dream of nearly drowning and you are crying means you will see break up and serious problems in relationship due to interference of other people. It also means you will escape from an accident but someone else will get killed. Dreaming of nearly drowning and you are happy means you will get into better relationships soon. You will start doubting about your current relationship and might dump it. It also means lucky escape from an accident. Dream of nearly drowning and there are other people means you might face physical problems as part of group. You should avoid lonely places and also getting into arguments or fights with strangers. Dreams of nearly drowning and you know t

Dreaming Of New Sandals – Meaning

Dreaming of new sandals is good and positive dream as per dream meaning and interpretation. It is a sign of travel, change of fortune and new places. The dream also means new happenings in life including vacation or marriage. Dreams of new sandals are also associated with desire fulfillment. Dream of new sandals and if it is black in color means suggest in interviews, new job or better opportunities. The dream also means financial gains or visiting financial institutions. Dreaming of new sandals and they are colorful means marriage, new relationship and new hope. It also means parties and happy times. Dream of new sandal and you do not like it is associated with forced change or other people might start taking control of your life. Dreaming of new sandals and your crying or unhappy means you will have to stay away from home or you will be forced to go to a place that you do not like.

Bhagavad Gita Chapter VIII – Verse 15

Reaching the highest perfection and having attained Me, the great-souled ones are no more subject to rebirth, the ever-changing abode of misery. (Bhagavad Gita Chapter 8, 15) That state is called the highest perfection. Is then perfection possible for man? Yes it is, according to Vedanta. Imperfection is ignorance, in all its phases of egotism and selfishness. When that ignorance is removed then egotism and selfishness also depart and then man becomes perfect. Love of God brings light and wisdom and perfection. The children of God, those who love Him and know Him as their own Mother — they become perfect. Love purges the soul of all impurity. And in the clean soul resides God. God works through such a soul. God becomes the very Soul of such a soul, and that is perfection. ‘Reaching the highest perfection the soul attains Me,’ says Sri Krishna. ‘And having attained Me, the God or Ishvara, having reached My being, they are no more subject to birth.’ Birth is the cause of all suffer

Dreaming Of Nail Polish – Meaning

Dreaming of nail polish is both good and bad as per dream meaning and interpretation. The dream means you might be forced to cover up an action of yours. If you are seen happy in the dream means there will get-together, happy occasions or functions. Dreams of nail polish also mean meeting someone special in near future. Dream of nail polish and you are seen in the dream confused or crying is a warning sign. It also means you will do something bad and you will worry about its consequences. Dreaming of nail polish and you are not seen in the dream means you will happy someone in your life. It also means marriage or engagement. The dream also means you will be attending a party or something similar. Dreams of nail polish and it is black in color means death or accident. It also means things going as per not your plans. Dreaming of nail polish and it is red in color means opportunity for progress and good mood. Dreams nail polish and it is green means lack of enthusiasm.

Dreaming Of Narasimha – Meaning

Dreaming of Narasimha is a good omen as per dream meaning and interpretation. The dream means you will have wish of yours fulfilled soon. It also means you will use physical force to achieve something. Dreams of Narasimha and you see aarti or bhajan along with it means you will get to hear happy news soon about relationship or job. Dreaming of Narasimha and the time period in the dream is sunset means it will definitely come true. It means that you should turn spiritual and avoid all kinds of bad things and evil company. Do not cheat or take bribe as it will be caught and your life will be destroyed. Dreaming of Narasimha and there is blood or ferociousness means you might face a threat to your life in the form of accident, natural calamity, attack or animals or reptiles and also by attack of enemies. It is very rare to see Narasimha in dream and the dream to have a meaning it should happen naturally not after thinking or seeing or talking about Narasimha during the day time.

Dreaming Of Nails – Meaning

Dreaming of nails is a good omen as per dream meaning and interpretation. The dream means you will achieve stability and there will be growth. It also means you will have to throw out certain things for a better tomorrow. Dreams of nails also mean hiding something bad with fake color. Dream of nails and you are seen in the dream means you can expect some unexpected problems. But there will be opportunity for growth. Certain things in life will outgrow if not trimmed at the appropriate time and it will result serious damage. Dreaming of nails and you are not seen in the dream means you can expect sudden gains with the help of ancestors. Dreams of nails and you are biting them means unexpected problems in life resulting in financial loss or embarrassment. It also means you will find it difficult to settle certain nagging problems. Dream of nails and if they are growing suddenly means you can expect some huge gains in life.

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

Tithi in Panchang – Hindu Calendar on Sunday, 2 October 2022 – It is Shukla Paksha Saptami tithi or the seventh day during the waxing or light phase of moon in Hindu calendar and Panchang in most regions. It is Shukla Paksha Saptami tithi or the seventh day during the waxing or light phase of moon till 6:21 PM on October 2. Then onward it is Shukla Paksha Ashtami tithi or the eighth day during the waxing or light phase of moon till 3:59 PM on October 3. (Time applicable in all north, south and eastern parts of India. All time based on India Standard Time.  Good – Auspicious time on October 2, 2022 as per Hindu Calendar – There is no good and auspicious time on the entire day.  Nakshatra  – Jyeshta or Kettai or Triketta nakshatra till 3:55 AM on October 2. Then onward it is Mool or Moolam nakshatra till 2:41 AM on October 3. (Time applicable in north, south and eastern parts of India).  In western parts of India (Maharashtra, Gujarat, Goa, north Karnataka and south Rajastha