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Akash Bhairav In Hindu Religion

Akash Bhairav is a powerful manifestation of Mahadev Shiva in Hindu religion. Akasha Bhairava is associated with chariot wheels. He is the guardian of the infinite space. He resides in the sky and protects his devotees against the attack of negative forces. He is known as the god of the skies. The deity is worshipped for safe journey. He is propitiated before long journeys by his devotees.  Usually only head of Akash Bhairav is worshipped in temples. His mount is black dog. In some temples prominence is given to his eyes. They are worshipped in the sanctum sanctorum. Temples dedicated to Akash Bhairav are mainly found in Nepal. The annual festivals in the temple of Akash Bhairav are a huge affair. Tantric pujas and rituals are offered to the deity. There is also a popular belief that he resides on the chariot wheels and protects his devotees. Nepal Airlines uses Akash Bhairav as its logo.

Salokya – Divine Abode In Saiva Siddhanta

Saiva Siddhanta envisages a four-fold path for aspirants to annihilate the evil influence of impurities and to elevate the illumined atmas to enjoy the everlasting bliss of Shiva and to establish an inseparable union with him. They are – carya marga, kriya marga, yoga marga and jnana marga. These margas or paths are based on the ability, as well as the temperament, of the devotees. Those who are interested in serving Paramatma and his dwelling places by means of cleaning the premises, gathering flowers to weave garlands for the images of Shiva, offering oil, incense items, sandals etc., are said to be the followers of the carya patha. Those who praise the glory of Paramatma in the temple after temple are called the followers of the kriya-patha. Those who follow the yogic-patha are advanced in physical training and spiritual experience. The jnana marga is the culmination of this process, wherein the aspirant establishes an intimate rapport with Shiva and enjoys his perennial bliss. Th

Bhagavad Gita Chapter X – Verse 10

To these ever-steadfast and loving worshippers I give that wisdom-devotion (buddhi yoga) by which they come unto Me. (Bhagavad Gita Chapter 10 verse 10). In this verse Sri Krishna states what kind of gift Bhagavan offers his beloved worshipper. That is the reward of the bhakta: higher and purer love — that is all he cares for. ‘Those who always worship Me devotedly (not for any purpose of their own, but out of love for Me) — to them I give the devotion of right knowledge (buddhi yoga). That is the extremely superior condition of mind, produced by contemplation, by which they realize that essential nature of Bhagavan, devoid of all limitations. They know Me, the supreme Bhagavan, as their own Self. No matter to what creed or sect they belong, they are My faithful servants. I will enlighten their minds and clear away all doubt and difference. I will remove all darkness and ignorance and I will gather them up unto Myself.

Dreaming Of Porridge – Meaning

Dreaming of porridge is both good and bad as per dream meaning and interpretation. The dream means sudden reversal of fortune or forced to follow a boring schedule or bad health. It also means you will get to eat tasteless food due diagnosis of a new illness. Dreams of buying porridge also mean interest in experimenting with your diet or attempting to change your food habits. Dream of porridge and you are not present in the dream means you will be bypassed or your ideas will be overlooked. It also means sudden problems related to food. Dreaming of buying porridge and you are present in the dream means someone not giving you due recognition. It also means you will face some lifestyle diseases. Dreams of porridge going bad or seeing worms are a sign of frustration. It also means you will find some hidden secret in your relationship. It also means not eating what you have cooked. The dream of colorful porridge means getting into arguments over trivial matters. It also means mistak

13 February 2023 Tithi – Panchang – Hindu Calendar – Good Time – Nakshatra – Rashi

Tithi in Panchang – Hindu Calendar on Monday, 13 February 2023 – It is Krishna Paksha Ashtami tithi or the eighth day during the waning or dark phase of moon in Hindu calendar and Panchang in most regions. It is Krishna Paksha Saptami tithi or the seventh day during the waning or dark phase of moon till 4:44 AM on February 13. Then onward it is Krishna Paksha Ashtami tithi or the eighth day during the waning or dark phase of moon till 3:39 AM on February 14. (Time applicable in all north, south and eastern parts of India. All time based on India Standard Time.)  Good – Auspicious time on February 13, 2023 as per Hindu Calendar – There is no good and auspicious time on the entire day.  Nakshatra  – Vishaka or Vishakam nakshatra till 9:52 PM on February 13. Then onward it is Anuradha or Anusham or Anizham nakshatra till 9:09 PM on February 14. (Time applicable in north, south and eastern parts of India).  In western parts of India (Maharashtra, Gujarat, Goa, north Karnataka and