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Wednesday, August 9, 2017

Heaven to Satyaloka

"In Kurukshetra, there once lived a sinful chandala named  Kalinga. He used to take young boys into the jungle and kill them, so that he could steal their gold and silver jewelry. At night, he entered houses to steal whatever he could find. He would accost  travellers in the forest, robbing and killing them.Once, a caravan of merchants travelled to Kurukshetra, for the occasion of a solar eclipse. After bathng, one of the merchants pro¬ceeded toward his  home, taking twenty soldiers with him. Kalinga, the chandala, followed him, hoping to steal his wealth. But, there was no chance, because the merchant was well-guarded.After going some distance, the  chandala became impatient. At night, he entered the camp. One of the guards saw him, though, and grabbed his legs as he passed by. The nosie awakened the others. The chandala ran away after  beating the one who had grabbed his feet. One of the soldiers then shot an arrow that pierced the fleeing Kalinga, killing him. Before dying, however, the chandala had managed to kill two of his  pursuers..

Just then it was seen that the three were stationed in the sky, sitting upon excellent vehicles. Kalinga and the two soldiers said, "This Haridvara is a very auspicious holy place. We three, after dying here,
are now going to heaven."

In the morning, the merchant cremated the bodies of the two slain soldiers. At that time, the two returned from heaven and said, "Because our remains were immersed in the  Ganga, we have attained the abode of Brahma. Because the thief s remains stayed upon the dry land, he went to Svarga. Find his body and then throw the remains in the water, so that he will also attain  Satyaloka. Good men should always act for the welfare of others."

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Friday, June 2, 2017

Four kinds of Creation


Brahma to Siva Sharma - There are Four kinds of Creation 

 1.      Swedaja(born of sweat like Lice), 
 2.      Udbhija (created by Earth like trees),
 3.      Pindaja ( born of womb like human beings and animals) and 
 4.      Andaja ( born of Egg like birds), 

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Thursday, February 16, 2017

Savitri Gayatri Saraswati




1) Morning Gayatri Dhyanam:

‘balarkaruna shona patala mukaih yuktam kumarim giram
Pratarlokita vigraham bhuvigatam saukatmikam rajaseem
vibhranamabhayam kamandalumathambhojaksha malam sruvam
kayatrim hrudi hamsanam bhavakarim sri brahmarupam bhaje’

Morning time Gayatri dwells in Surya mandalam. She is having red colour. She is young and having rajoguna. Her vahana is swan and having Brahma amsam. She represents Rig Veda. She is having (in Three hands) kamandalu, lotus and japamala. The fourth hand shows abhaya mudra. She is called Gayatri. (She has four heads).

Alternate Dhyanam:

‘pratar dhyayami gayatrim, ravimandala-madhyagam
rg-vedam uccarayantim raktavarnam kumarikam
akshamalakaram brahmadevatyam hamsavahanam’

2) Noon Savitri Dhyanam:

‘mukta pandura hemadhusara sitasyam trishanam vyomagam
madhyanhe sitavikraham suyuvatim satyatmikam tamaseem
khatvankgapaya sulakani dadhateem rudraksha malaamumam
savitrim vrushavahanam kshapakarim sri rudrarupam bhaje’

Midday she dwells in Surya mandalam having white colour and tamoguna. She is having (in three hands) Trident. Cot-leg, rudraksha mala and the fourth hand is in abhaya mudra. She is a middle aged and her vahana is bull. Also she is having three eyes (on all the Five heads).She represents Yajur Veda and takes the Rudra rupini (Rudra amsam). She is called as Savitri in noon.

Alternate Dhyanam:

‘madhyandine tu savitrim ravimandalamadhyagam
yajur-vedam vyaharantim svetam sulakaram sivam
yuvatim rudradevatyam dhyayami vrshavahanam’

3) Evening Saraswati Dhyanam:

‘nilendevara mesakaika vadanam vrudhdasvarupam ramam
sayam shyamala vigraham dwigataam gnanatmikamsatvikim
sankam chakramathabhayancha tulasi malam karair bhiratim
tarkshyathmja saraswathim sthitikarim sri Vishnu rupaam bhaje’

Evening she is called Saraswati and dwells in Surya Mandalam. She has black colour and old aged. Her vahana is Garuda. She is having (in three hands) chakra, conch and Tulsi mala and the fourth hand is in abhaya mudra. Sha has gnana swarupam and is having satvaguna. She represents Sama Veda. She takes Vishnu amsam. (She has single head only)

Alternate Dhyanam:

‘sayam sarasvatim syamam ravimandalamdhyagam
sama-vedam vyaharantim cakrayudhadharam subham
dhyayami vishnudevatyam vrddham garudavahanam’

4) Samasti Rupa Gayatri Dhyanam:

The following Dhyana sloka is recited in all the three times by many.

‘Muktavidruma hema nila dhavala chhayirmukhayir streekshanayir
yuktamindu nibaddha ratna makutam tatvartha varnatmikam
Gayatrrem varadabhayam kuskasassubhramka palam gadam
sankham chakra dharavinda ugalam hastyirvahanteem bhaje’

Tirthas
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Monday, February 13, 2017

Kuber


Ramayana records, 
    1. Kubera is considered a later addition to the original list of Loka-palas,  This status, the  was granted to Kubera by Brahma as a reward for his severe penance. 
    2. Brahma also conferred upon Kubera the riches of the world (Nidhis), 
    3. "equality with gods", and the 
    4. Pushpaka Vimana, a flying chariot. 
    5. Kubera then ruled in the golden city of Lanka, identified with modern-day Sri Lanka.
Pushpak / More
http://completepersonality.blogspot.com/search/label/Sundara
http://bridgesbridges.blogspot.com/search/label/Vimana
The Mahabharata says that Brahma conferred upon Kubera 
    1. the lordship of wealth, 
    2. friendship with Shiva, 
    3. godhood, 
    4. status as a world-protector, 
    5. a son called Nalakubera/Nalakubara
    6. the Pushpaka Vimana and 
    7. the lordship of the Nairrata demons.
Nava Nidhi / Symbols
http://www.occulttreasures.com/navnidhi.html

Source
http://originstories.blogspot.com/

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