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Samanya Lakshana

Samanya Lakshana is one of the three kinds of extraordinary perceptions admitted by the Nyaya School. Besides samanyalakshana, the other two are jnana lakshana and yogaja. It is the perception of a whole class of objects through samanya (the generic property) perceived in any individual member of that class. According to the Naiyayikas, when we perceive one pot we perceive the universal ‘potness’ as its defining property. It is the perception of the universal ‘potness’ in the present pot that serves the purpose of asathi, contact between sense and all other pots. The knowledge of the universal samanya jnana is here the medium of sense-object contact, by which we have the perception of all pots when one is perceived. The Naiyayikas justify that is a type of real perception on the following grounds – without this type of extra-empirical contact, we cannot explain the knowledge of the universal propositions (vyapta) which is presupposed in inference. How do we know that all kinds of s

Manikundan Theyyam – Story – Information

Manikundan theyyam is a rare theyyam performed in Kannur and Kasaragod regions of Kerala during the annual theyyam, thira and kaliyattam festival in Kerala. As per information, this is male theyyam and is associated with folklore. As per Manikundan theyyam story, he performed miracles to help family members of an important and people of the region. He was given a place of worship and a theyyam is performed annually to get his blessings. Manikundan theyyam is performed annually at Pacheni Sree Madayil Bhagavathy temple (February 6 and February 7) and Narikode Ezhome Madayil Kottam temple (February 1 and February 2) in Kannur district, Kerala.

Equilibrium Concept In Samkhya Philosophy

Samyavastha or equilibrium is a state in which all forces acting in various directions are balanced perfectly in relation to each other. Such a state is ascribed in Samkhya philosophy to mulaprakriti (primordial nature). It is constituted by three gunas (basic qualities), namely, sattva, rajas and tamas. They have basic specific tendencies very different from each other. For example, sattva guna indicates lightness, whiteness, wholesomeness, bliss, satisfaction, knowledge, understanding, smoothness, etc. Rajas guna makes for activity, excitement, sharpness, uneasiness, instability and so on. Tamas guna brings about darkness, inertness, heaviness, ignorance, laziness, misery, dejection and the like. But in the state of mulaprakriti, before the beginning of creation, these three gunas are in a perfectly balanced state, none of them taking the upper hand or dominating and suppressing the other two. The result of balanced forces makes for stability, balance, perfect peace and complete

Manekavil Bhagavathy Theyyam – Information – Story

Manekavil Bhagavathy theyyam ( മാനേങ്കാവില്‍ ഭഗവതി) is a rare theyyam performed during the annual theyyam – thira – kaliyattam festival in Kannur region of Kerala. As per information, the theyyam is associated with Goddess Shakti (Durga and Bhagavathy). As per Manenkavil Bhagavathy theyyam story, she is believed to have taken the ferocious form to protect the wealth and life of a staunch devotee of hers. Her theyyam are performed in those places wherever she appeared. She is believed to have protected animals and livestock. Manekavil Bhagavathy theyyam blesses devotees with peace and prosperity. She is also believed to cure contagious diseases. She is also propitiated to defeat enemies. She appears in a ferocious form holding a sword to protect the wealth and life of her devotees. Taliparamba Pookhothu Kottaram – Manegavu is an important temple in which Manekavil Bhagavathy theyyam is performed. Manekavil Bhagavathy Theyyam is appears along with Areekulangara Bhagavathy theyyam.

Mandalathu Chamundi Theyyam – Information – Story

Mandalathu Chamundi ( മണ്ഡലത്ത് ചാമുണ്ഡി ) is a ferocious theyyam performed in few holy places in Kasaragod and Kannur region of Kerala during annual Kaliyattam thira festival. As per information, this is a ferocious Mother Goddess form (Goddess Bhagavathy) especially of one who has annihilated Chanda and Munda who was given a place to satisfy her so that she will not harm people, their property and livestock. Mandalath Chamundi theyyam story is that of her causing disturbance in a region with her supernatural powers and blood thirstiness. She is given a proper place in a kavu and a theyyam is annually performed so that she will not harm people and other living beings. Mandalathu Chamundi theyyam is worshipped for protection from enemies, to overcome fear of super natural beings like ghosts etc and for a healthy life. She is also worshipped to get strength to defeat enemies and for desire fulfillment.

Manayail Pothi Theyyam – Story – Information

Manayail Pothi theyyam is a very rare theyyam performed during the annual theyyam thira kaliyattam festival in Kannur and Kasaragod regions of Kerala. As per information, this is a female theyyam and is associated with a folklore. As per Manayil Pothi theyyam story, a woman of Thazhekattu Tharavdu climbed a jackfruit tree and plucked a jackfruit to make curry. The head of family thrashed her for this behavior. She died and she became a Daivakaru. She began to disturb the people of the family and to pacify her she was given a theyyam. The theyyam is annually performed to keep her content.

Manavatty Theyyam – Story – Information

Manavatty Theyyam ( മണവാട്ടി തെയ്യം ) is a very rare theyyam performed during the annual kaliyattam, thira theyyam festival in Kasaragod region if Kerala. As per information Manavatty theyyam is a rare female Muslim theyyam and is based on a folklore. The story of Manavatty theyyam is that of selfless sacrifice of an individual resulting in the betterment of the family and region. For his great pious act, the person was given a theyyam and it performed annually. Manavatty theyyam is performed on May 22 and May 23 at Kanhangad Madiyan Koolom temple in Kasaragod district of Kerala. The theyyam is noted for its beauty and grandeur. This is a highly decorated theyyam with a lot of makeup.

Dreaming Of Rushing For A Flight – Meaning

Dreaming of rushing for a flight is a warning sign as per dream interpretation and meaning. The dream means you will miss out on something important by being late in near future or you will need to hurry to reach on time. It also means receiving information about an important appointment very late. Dreams of rushing for a flight also mean starting an important journey in the wrong way. Dream of rushing for a flight and you know the place means you will be confused as to which one to select in near future. This confusion will result in last minute hurry. Dreams of rushing for a flight and you wake up terrified or angry means you will be late for something due to the carelessness of a relative or friend. You will have fights with strangers or relatives. Dreaming of rushing for a flight and the place is totally strange means accidents or problems in an unknown place. It also means you will have to stay in an unknown place for a longer period. Dreams of rushing for a flight and you

Dreaming Of Running A Race – Meaning

Dreaming of running a race is a positive and good dream as per dream interpretation and meaning. The dream is a sign that your hard work and dedication will soon take you to your dream. It also means not to give up and keep working hard. Dreams of running a race is also asking to remain focused and not to lose your focus and attention. It also means witnessing something that will give you goosebumps. The dream of running a race is asking you to not to believe in negativity. It is asking you to develop positivity and keep trying. Dream of running a race and you see your enemies or competitors means you will face tough competition. If you are lazy and are in the habit of procrastinating then the dream is asking you to focus as you have the ability to achieve success in future. After seeing dream of running a race, one should prioritize your ambitions and try to achieve them through single minded devotion. The dream is telling you that there will be success in near future. Alway

Bhagavad Gita Chapter XI – Verse 8

But you cannot see Me with these eyes of yours. Therefore I give you divine Sight. Behold My supreme yoga power! (Bhagavad Gita Chapter XI – Verse 8) You asked Me, whether I thought you fit to see My divine form. No, Arjuna, no human being has ever be held My Universal Form. Neither would you be able to see it with your human eyes. You have seen My manifestations in life, but today you will touch the very substance of My Being. For that I have to give you supersensuous sight. I can do that through My yoga power. I alone can give that realization to man, that spiritual illumination which brings moksha. It is a power that be longs to Me as Ishvara, and when I incarnate for the well-being of mankind, I carry that power with Me. The Incarnations alone can give man that divine in sight. That spiritual vision comes with the opening of the third eye, the spiritual eye, located between the eyebrows, which is closed in ordinary people. When that eye opens, the field of man’s consciousness

Dreaming Of Rudraksha – Meaning

Dreaming of rudraksha means you will get good and positive results in all actions in immediate future as per dream meaning and interpretation. The dream is considered good as it is asking you to attempt all the good things you want to do in life. Dreams of rudraksha means you need to be more spiritual, disciplined and religious. Dreaming of Shiva and rudraksha together sign of good days ahead especially in matters of relationship. Dreaming of you wearing rudraksha means you can make some bold changes in your life and this will be good for your future. It also means it is ideal time to risk. Dreaming of two rudrakshas together means you might meet someone whom you wished to meet in life. It is also a sign of good relationship with opposite sex. Dreaming of rudraksha and Shivling means your wishes regarding spirituality will be fulfilled. The dream is a sign for you to prepare mentally to face something really exciting. Dreams of rudraksha falling down means sudden problems in

Dreaming Of Rats Crawling On You – Meaning

Dreaming of rats crawling on you is a bad omen as per dream meaning and interpretation. The dream means not doing things on the right time will result in huge problems. It also means lack of proper maintenance and cleaning will result in embarrassment and health problems. Dreams of rats crawling on you also means embarrassment, failure and rejection. Dream of rats crawling on you and it is happening in a strange and unknown place means you will be forcibly confined to a particular place. It also means enemies will be active. Dreams of rats crawling on you and you know the place means depression or failure. It also means sudden death or loss of something very important. Dreaming of rats crawling on you and you are seen happy means suicidal thoughts or destructive mind set. It also means your wealth will be taken away by someone. Dream of rats crawling on you and you see other people means doing weird things in life and you are unable to do anything about it.

Dreaming Of Rat In Hinduism – Meaning

Dreaming of rat in Hinduism is both good and bad as per dream interpretation and meaning. It means there will be damage to property or some other kind of damage to things that you value most. Rats are nibblers and it means there will harm to health or wealth. Dreams of rat along with Ganesha is a sign of auspiciousness, hope, wealth and success. Seeing dream of several rats and you wake up terrified or crying means you will face sudden problems in various aspect of life including relationship, studies and career. Dreaming of dead rat in Hinduism is a sign of bad health. You or a family member can expect severe health issues. Dream of white rats in Hindu temple means desire fulfillment and happiness. Dreaming of rats running on you and all around means natural calamity. You can expect attack by poisonous animals. It also means unable to reach a particular place on time. Seeing dream of rats being hunted or getting killed by other animals like snake etc means you will face diff

31 March 2023 Tithi – Panchang – Hindu Calendar – Good Time – Nakshatra – Rashi

Tithi in Panchang – Hindu Calendar on Friday, 31 March 2023 – It is Shukla Paksha Dashami tithi or the tenth day during waxing or light phase of moon in Hindu calendar and Panchang in most regions. It is Shukla Paksha Dashami tithi or the tenth day during waxing or light phase of moon till on the entire day on March 31 and till 1:57 AM on April 1. Then onward it is Shukla Paksha Ekadashi tithi or the eleventh day during waxing or light phase of moon till 4:03 AM on April 2. (Time applicable in all north, south and eastern parts of India. All time based on India Standard Time.)  Good – Auspicious time on March 31, 2023 as per Hindu Calendar – Good and auspicious time on the entire day.  Nakshatra  – Pushya or Poosam or Pooyam nakshatra on the entire day on March 31 and till 2:05 AM on April 1. (Time applicable in north, south and eastern parts of India).  In western parts of India (Maharashtra, Gujarat, Goa, north Karnataka and south Rajasthan), Pushya or Poosam or Pooyam n