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SRIMAD BHAGAVAD GEETA: 5 STEPS TO HAPPINESS AND PEACE

SRIMAD BHAGAVAD GEETA: 5 STEPS TO HAPPINESS AND PEACE

Though a great warrior, both learned and wise, Arjuna still fall prey to depression. Seeing his kith and kin arrayed before him in battle formation, he fell into a quandary and turned to bhagwan sri Krishna for advise on the best path to follow. Our spiritual journey is no different from that of Arjun’s. It begins with sorrow and ends ...

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MANTRA BEFORE TAKING FOOD ( भोजन मंत्र )

Bhojan Mantra

This verse from the Bhagavad-Gita [chapter4 verse 24] is a very popular Hindu Mantra which is recited before taking food ( Bhojan Mantra ). “Goddess, thank you so much for this food. May it be raised to its highest vibrations for total health, healing, and happiness.” || भोजन मंत्र || || Bhojan Mantra || ब्रह्मार्पणं ब्रह्म हवि:र्ब्रह्माह्माग्रौ ब्रह्मणा हुतम l ...

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VASTU SHASTRA : IS YOUR HOUSE NORTH -EAST FACING ?

VASTU SHASTRA : IS YOUR HOUSE NORTH -EAST FACING ?

In architectural scripture { Vastu Shastra }, the importance of Northeast facing {Ishyan mukhi} house is explained in a vast details. Among the eight directions, the Northeast is considered the second best option followed by the East direction, which is considered as the best entrance direction. Northeast { Ishyan mukhi } is the most important and holy direction and is ...

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PLACE OF WORSHIP ( POOJA GHAR ) IN HOUSE

PLACE OF WORSHIP ( POOJA GHAR ) IN HOUSE

Worshiping is a way to enhance our non-physical approach and make our goddess happy  at home, fulfilling our wishes. So while designing and planning a house, it is rather important to create a separate room, or at least a place of Idol and Worship of god ( pooja ghar ). This place of idol and worship, which is mostly known ...

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OBSERVING “ VRAT ” AND “ UPWAS ” WHY ?

OBSERVING “ VRAT ” AND “ UPWAS ” WHY ?

  ‘ Vrat ’ and ‘ Upwas ’ have special significance in all festivals. While they differ in meaning and significance but in general, they are considered the same, both differ very little in the sense.  In ‘Vrat,’ food is not considered as binding, where as in ‘ Upwas ’ fasting is essential.  For any ‘ Upwas ’, food and ...

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