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Kuber Mantra

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Kuber Mantra Kuber is regarded as the god of wealth, in Hindu mythology. Lord Kubera is also known as the god of yakshas (savage beings). Kubera is always remembered with the goddess of fortune, Lakshmi. Chanting of Kuber Mantra blesses the worshipper with money and prosperity by drawing new avenues and sources of income and wealth. Mantra of Kubera helps ...

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Popular Bhajans

Popular Bhajans

Popular Bhajans Itni Shakti Humme Dena Datta Itni Shakti humme dena Datta, Mann ka vishwas kamzor ho naa Hum chale nek raaste pe humse bhool kar bhi koi bhool ho naa… Duur agyaan ke ho andhere, tu humme gyan ki roshni de Har buraai se bachake rahe hum, jitni bhi de bhali zindagi de Bair ho na kissika kissi se, ...

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Mangalvar Vrat Katha

Shri Bajrang Baan

Mangalvar Vrat Katha Mangalvar Vrat Katha is a popular fast, and is dedicated Mahavir Hanuman, who rendered great service to Lord Rama. On this day strict fast is kept, and Hanumanji is worshipped with sweets and fruits. The story of Mangalvar should be heard or read and Hanuman Chalisa is read and recited. From Mangalvar vrat, flows success, happiness, strength, ...

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Ekadashi Calendar 2014

Ekadashi

Ekadashi Calendar 2014 Panchang : The Hindu calendar Ekadashi is a sacred day, occuring twice a month in the Hindu calendar – on the eleventh day of the bright half – called Shukla Paksha and on the eleventh of the dark half called Vad Paksha. A fast is to be observed on this day by all Hindus. During Ekadashi, a ...

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Poornima / Purnima Calendar 2014

Poornima

Poornima / Purnima Calendar 2014 Purnima (also called Poornima) is the full moon day in traditional Hindu calendar. It is considered a highly auspicious day by Hindus and some people in India even fast on Poornima. In South India, the day is known as Pournami. Date and Festival January 15/16 – Paush Poornima February 14-  Magh Poornima March 15 – ...

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Jain Prayers

Lord-Mahavir

Jain Prayers Jain use the following eight items to perform puja of a Tirthankara in the temple. Symbolically each item represents a specific religious virtue and one should reflect on it while performing puja. Jala Puja: Water Chandan Puja: Sandal-wood Pushpa Puja: Flower Dhup Puja: Incense Dipak Puja: Candle Akshat Puja: Rice Naivedya Puja: Sweet food Fal Puja: Fruit The ...

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Ardas

Ardas

Ardas Ardas, is a humble prayer to God, by means of which a Sikhs remembers and respects the sacrifices made by the Gurus and Sikhs to uphold religious freedom and the Sikh faith. Ardas means a request, a supplication, a prayer, a petition or an address to a superior authority. Ardas is performed at the culmination of the morning and ...

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Devi Mantra

Devi-Maa

Devi Mantra The following mantra describes the various qualities of Devi Maa. We have taken 4 of them here. You can add other forms like shradha, shanti, trishna,chaya, vishnu mayeti, kanti,nidra … in place of ma, shakti… and say the mantra Ya Devi Sarva Bhutesu Maa rupena samsthita I Ya Devi Sarva Bhutesu Shakti rupena samsthita I Ya Devi Sarva ...

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Mangalvar (Tuesday) Vrat Katha

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Mangalvar (Tuesday) Vrat Katha It is a popular fast, and is dedicated Mahavir Hanuman, who rendered great service to Lord Rama. On this day strict fast is kept, and Hanumanji is worshipped with sweets and fruits. The story of Mangalvar should be heard or read and Hanuman Chalisa is read and recited. From Mangalvar vrat Katha, flows success, happiness, strength, ...

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Somvar Vrat Katha

Lord-Shiva

Somvar Vrat Katha This story is connected with Somvar Vrat Katha. Monday fast is practiced to propitiate Lord Shiva and Parvati. The panchakshara Mantra “Om Namah Shivaya” should be repeated on this day. The Monday fast is up to the third phase. There are three types of Monday fast. Simple every Monday fast. Som pradosh fast 16 weeks Monday fast. ...

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