Shiva is the God who get pleased easily and by all without any discrimination. He loves all equally whether the seeker is demon or god or human. And for this reason Shiva is one of the most worshipped Hindu God. Therefore here we are listing two the most effective, powerful and ancient shiva mantras practised since ages.
The fifth Chakra refers to as 'Vishuddha or 'Vishuddhi Chakra' or 'Throat Chakra'. The word Vishuddha literally means pure or filtered. It is the chakra of communication and expression. So the purity in communication with self, world and the God indicates how pure we are inside out. The chakra governs what we truly want to... Continue Reading →
This is the navarna mantra of the goddess Durga. The Navarna Mantra is the Navakshari mantra which means mantra having nine syllables. It is also popular by the names of the Chamunda Mantra or Chandi Mantra. This is the basic mantra of the Shri Durga Saptashati recitation. People who belong to the Shakti cult has great faith in mantra and hence this is the integral part of their practice.
Lord Ganesha, one of the most beloved God amongst Indian Mythology. Lord Ganesha, being the Lord of 14 vidya and 64 kala, is also famous as aadya daivat, i.e. the first Lord. The story of being aadya daivat, very much lies in the birth story of Lord Ganesha.
Navratri, one of the important, sacred and colorful festival in Hindu Religion. Navratri worships Goddess Durga as Nav Durga. Moreover festival is about knowing and praying various forms of Goddess which are the epitomes of power. These feminine aspects have the ability to bring in anything desired.
Who am I? I am brahman, the veda mahavakya says "Aham Brahmasmi". But when and how I will truly experience that I am the brahman. When and how this Veda vakya or principle will become the truth for me. There is a time when you can realize the real truth called Brahma Muhurta ब्रह्म मुहूर्त.
In particular Vedic Gods are the deities of the vedic times and different from the deities popular in modern times. You might have heard that there are 33 crores Gods in Hinduism. The reason behind is that scriptures used the term 33 Koti Gods and Goddesses.
The Heart Chakra, Fourth Chakra, colours our living with love, sympathy, balance, passion, and beauty. The sanskrit name of Heart Chakra is 'Anahata' which means "unstruck". Let's explore this unstruck sound of heart chakra, where it is located? How to open the heart chakra? How to remove blockages from the heart chakra and more.
To find out an auspicious date (Shubh Muhurat), Hindus usually resort to Panchang. According to the Hindu calendar, Panchangam is a Sanskrit word in which 'Panch' means 'Five' and 'anga' means 'limb'. These five limbs refer to the five limbs of the calendar. Determining the right date and time according to the Hindu calendar can save us from many hassles and problems in life.
The Solar Plexus or manipura is the third of the seven primary chakras. Also popular by the name of 'city of jewel'. Lets explore this city, where it is located? How to open the lock of this manipura? How to remove blockages from the solar chakra and more.
It is believed that during Pitru Paksha, our ancestors comes on earth. From Pitraloka, a region between heaven and earth, they visit earth to meet their relatives and bless them. Tarpan, Shradh, and Pindadan are rituals in hinduism to appease the fathers in Pitru paksha. By doing this in Pitru Paksha, one gets freedom from Pitra Dosha too.
Swadhisthana or Sacral chakra is the second of chakra system. It is the creative chakra. Where it is located? What are the symptoms of blocked or imbalanced sacral chakra? How to balance the Swadhisthana chakra using various techniques? What is the beej mantra of chakra and more.
The fifth limb of ashtanga yoga, the eightfold path of yoga, is Pratyahara प्रत्याहार. Maharishi Patanjali has complied two sutras for pratyahara. The sutras are mentioned in the classical work on yoga, Patanjali Yoga Sutra. The first sutra defines the pratyahara and the second one talks about the fruit of practicing it.
Bhakti or devotion is the path of love. Any process out of these can lead to the ultimate. It is the path of joy, tears, emotions, feelings and surrendering. The urge of being one with beloved is the ultimate reward in itself. Indeed lucky ones are those who have this urge for Lord!