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25 WAYS TO EXPERIENCE DIFFERENT LEVELS OF SPIRITUALITY

25 WAYS TO EXPERIENCE DIFFERENT LEVELS OF SPIRITUALITY

Towards spirituality every person has his own perspective. Means of spirituality and its effects can be different or depends upon person to person. The experience spirituality is a different feeling. Spirituality changes life stages for us.  In life we face so many situations whether it is good or bad. People have to live life with the existing situations but sometimes ...

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TOP 15 MOST FAMOUS HINDU SPIRITUAL GURUS IN INDIA

TOP 15 MOST FAMOUS HINDU SPIRITUAL GURUS IN INDIA

In India, spirituality or spiritual activities have become the most popular among people in today’s scenario because the people are living in a more stressful atmosphere than never before. There are so many spiritual Gurus in India who are showing way how to live happily and healthy and how to live stress free life. Hence, we are enlisting top 15 ...

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TOP 21 HEALTH BENEFITS OF MINDFULNESS MEDITATION

TOP 21 HEALTH BENEFITS OF MINDFULNESS MEDITATION

The meditation has been used for centuries to get rid of anxiety, tension, and stress and to get a calm and balanced mind. You can say, the meditation is related to spirituality. During the meditation your mind forgets about the physical and material world and you concentrate on the one divine power which relaxes your mind and body. It gives ...

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SHRI ANNAPOORNA STOTRAM ( श्री अन्नपूर्णा स्तोत्रम् )

SHRI ANNAPOORNA STOTRAM : COMPOSED BY ADI SHANKARACHARYA TO PRAISE AND INVOKE THE GRACE OF MOTHER

Shri Annapoorna Stotram is composed by Adi Shankaracharya to praise and invoke the grace of Mother Goddess Annapurneswari. Anna means food and grains, while the meaning of purna is full, complete, and perfect. Annapoorna is the Goddess of Nourishment, She who is full, complete, and perfect with food and grains. When Mother Annapoorna is worshiped, She blesses her children with ...

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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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WHY AND HOW DO WE OBSERVE SIXTEEN MONDAYS ?

WHY AND HOW DO WE OBSERVE SIXTEEN MONDAYS ?

Monday is the day of the beginning of the week. This day is being observed with new concepts, objectives and prospects in the quiet mind. It requires that the person’s mind is not distressed  and the state of mind remains under control. Observing all day fasting in the name of Lord Shiva, also completes the worship of the Lord of ...

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