Saturday, September 29, 2012

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01  January  (Wednesday) Paush Amavasya
30  January  (Thursday) Magha Amavasya
01  March  (Saturday) Phalguna Amavasya
30  March  (Sunday) Chaitra Amavasya
29  April  (Tuesday) Vaishakha Amavasya
28  May  (Wednesday) Jyaishta Amavasya
27  June  (Friday) Ashadha Amavasya
26  July  (Saturday) Shravana Amavasya
25  August  (Monday) Bhadrapada Amavasya
24  September  (Wednesday) Ashwin Amavasya
23  October  (Thursday) Kartik Amavasya
22  November  (Saturday) Margashirsha Amavasya
21  December  (Sunday) Paush Amavasya





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About Somvati Amavasya

Amavasya of any month which falls on Monday is called Somvati Amavasya. It is specially known for the Tarpan of ancestors. Person observing this fast should sit under the Peepal tree and chant the Shani mantra on this day. 
Baths and donations performed on Somvati Amavasya have a special significance. Staying Maun (silent) is very fruitful on this day. According to Dev Rishi Vyas, staying Maun and performing baths and donation give virtues similar to donating thousand cows. 
Additionally, person observing fast revolves 108 times around Peepal tree and offers Puja to lord Vishnu and the tree. This fast is mainly observed by women. After this, donations are made according to the capabilities. On Somvati Amavasya, thousands of people could be seen having a dip in Haridwar.
The Significance of Somvati Amavasya was narrated toYudhishtra by Bhisma in the Mahabharata. It is said that who ever takes a bath in the sacred rivers on the day would be prosperous, free of diseases and would be free from grief and sorrow. There is also a popular belief that the soul of ancestors will rest in peace if children and relatives take a holy dip in the sacred rivers.
Having a dip in Brahma Sarovar of Kurukshetra gives auspicious fruits to a person on this day. This gives inexhaustible fruits. From sunrise to sunset, crowd of people can be seen bathing in holy river. Echo of sacred verse is spread in all directions. Performing these works fulfils all wishes of an individual. 
Women observing the fast of Somvati Amavasya should hear the fast story.

Process of the Pooja and Fast
The process and things required to do Somvati Amavasya Pooja is as mentioned below in the katha pages.




Friday, September 28, 2012

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Somvati Amavasya 2013 will come on 11th March, 8th July and 2nd December. There are total 12 Amavasya (New Moon) in this year. Amavasya is no moon day of the Hindu Lunar calendar. It is the darkest day of the month and many people observe a fast on this day. Somvati Amavasya is particularly considered very auspicious to perform Pitra Puja.
Following is the vrat katha which women read on the day of amavasya in the evening in front of lord shiva. To know how to do pooja on Somvati Amavasya please read here... click here >


On this day women observe fast and do Shivji pooja and read the following katha.









Freedom from Pitra Dosha


It is believed that on this day married women fast praying for the long life of their husbands. They take Holy Dip in the Ganga and pray to the Almighty. Lord Shiva is worshipped on this day by all the married women of Hindu religion. This day is also very auspicious for performing Pitra Tarpan (offering to the ancestors) as it provides peace to their souls. People suffering from Pitra Dosh should also observe this fast as it frees them from it.

Thursday, September 27, 2012

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Tips while buying foot wear. The sandals for lehangas or sarees are the best in silver or golden colour as they looking stunning and go well with any dress depending on the kind of work done on that dress.

Before buying any kind of footwear in the showroom try it on and walk on the showroom if you dont find it comfartable don't buy them. If they are not comfartable there it wont be comfartable later too.

Check the fit - Shoes should fit snugly around the heel and mid-foot so that your heel is not slipping as you walk and your foot is not sliding from side to side,


Look at the shoe's materials - The best materials are the ones that offer support and breathe. The best materials are the ones that offer support and breathe. Good quality soft leather or synthetic mesh materials work very well. Avoid cheap, stiff leather or plastics that don't conform well to the foot, aren't flexible or do not breathe well






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Energy sappers: that’s what you probably call people who leave you feeling drained, even after a brief interaction. One of the golden rules of existence is ‘don’t bother others and don’t let others bother you’. Tough, you say? Well here’s how you can train to save your energy and stay calm and collected when you interact with different kinds of people.

Let’s start with this basic premise— the only person who can change the way you feel is you yourself; hence begin working on yourself.
1 Accept others: Work on accepting people as they are. We mostly reach out to people along with our prejudices and preconceived notions. We try to fix them in a frame, expecting them to behave in a certain way, and if they don’t, we get frustrated and our energy saps.

Offer as much as you can: If you are in a situation, instead of constantly thinking about what you will get out of the other person, ask yourself what you can offer him: a smile, a positive thought, a kind gesture, some under­standing. This brings us to another golden rule in the energy game: if you give attention, joyfully, you will never feel sapped. Know that this was the time kept aside for that person, and he has taken it. It’s all in the mind!

3 Be comfortable: When we are in discomfort or not at peace with ourselves, or in a hurry, we tend to get irritable.

4 Know your limits: With respect to social conduct, know your limits beyond which you experience guilt or fear.

5 Conserve energy: Keep a watchful eye on yourself. Note whether you are indulging in being judgemental, calculative or manipulative—negative thoughts like these deplete energy.

6 Meet others as equals: Energy flows downwards. When we interact with others thinking we are on a higher ground, the energy will flow from us to them and it will sap us. Treat the other person as an equal, and see the difference. You might just come away unaffected.

Tuesday, September 25, 2012

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The definition of constipation includes the following - infrequent bowel movements (typically three times or fewer per week), difficulty during defecation (straining during more than 25% of bowel movements or a subjective sensation of hard stools), or the sensation of incomplete bowel evacuation.
Constipation occurs for many different reasons. Stress, lack of exercise, certain medications, artificial sweeteners and a diet that's lacking fiber or fluids can each be the culprit. Certain medical conditions, such as an underactive thyroid, irritable bowel syndrome, diabetes and cancer, also can cause constipation. Even age is a factor
Following are the remedies that are sure shot and work :-



  1. Eating grains
  2. fruits and vegetables Especially papaya helps
  3. cutting on fast foods and highly processed foods
  4. Eating lot of fibrous things
  5. Drinking a lot of water
  6. Exercise
But this one remedy works wonders in kids, toddlers, infants
  1. Give your kid little bit of fennel seeds (Saunf) after meals. Fennel seeds are used as mouth fresheners after meal and is easily available in all the stores.
  2. For infants or toddlers that cans eat, boil fennel seeds or saunf in water and then filter the water and give it to the baby.

Friday, September 21, 2012

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Following is the vrat katha which women read on the day of teej in the evening in front of shiva ji and parvati ji and ganeshji. To know how to celerabrate Santan Saptami please read here... click here>>














Wednesday, September 19, 2012

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8th September 2016 Sunday
Saptami fast is observed on seventh date of Shukla Paksha of every month. This fast is specially for, conceiving a child, safety of child, and growth of child. Although, every month’s fast on Shukl Paksha is significant, but, fast of Saptami on Bhadrpad’s(sixth month of Hindu calender) Shukl Paksha has its own special significance. 

Santan Saptami Vrata ( Fast) Procedure


The fast of Saptami is observed by mothers for their children. Mother observing this fast should take bath early in the morning and complete her routine work and wear clean clothes. After this, in the morning, she should worship Lord Vishnu and Shiva. And, should take the resolution of Saptami fast.
To do pooja for this fast following items are required:-
  1. 1 Bangal (silver, gold or a bangal made with dooba grass can also be used)
  2. 7 Poori (made of wheat flour, dry fruit and jaggery)
  3. Panchamrut (Made of curd, honey, ganga jal, milk and water)
  4. Haldi, chandan, sindoor, rice
The pooja is done in the after noon. Prepare 7 small pooris for pooja and 7 big ones for eating of self. To prepare Poori, prepare a dough with wheat flour, dry fruits and jaggery and then prepare pooris with that dough in desi ghee.
Then start the pooja by placing the bangal/choori in a clean elevated platform and place the picture of shiva, parvati and ganeshji along side and offer haldi, chandan and sindoor to the god and bangal.
Then dip the bangal in the panchamrit and then wash it with clean water and wear it. Offer the pooris , fruits and other sweets to the god. After that read the Santan Saptami Vrat Katha as written below.
Keeping the Nirahar Vrat, in the afternoon, Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati should be worshiped with Chauk Purkar Sandalwood, Akshat(rice used in worship), incense, small lamp, Prashad, betel nut and coconut etc.
In Saptami Tithi fast, Kheer, Puri and Pua of jaggery are prepared as Prasadam. Wishing for child’s safety, Lord Shiva is offered a red color thread. After offering it to God Shiva, the thread is worn and story related to fast is heard. The story of Saptami Tithi is as follows.

To read Katha in Hindi please click here >>
Story (Katha) of Saptami Vrata Hindi
Story (Katha) of Saptami Vrata English
An ancient legend is famous regarding the Saptami fast. As per this narration, once Lord Krishna told Yuddhistra “at some time, Lomash Rishi came to Mathura. My parents Devika and Vasudev, served him devotedly, then the Rishi ordered them to get over the grief of their sons, killed by Kansa”. Rishi said “Hey Devika!
Kansa killed many of your sons and gave you the sorrow of sons’ death. To be free from this pain, keep the fast of ‘Santan(child) Saptami’. King Nahusha’s queen, Chandramukhi, also kept this fast. Then, Chandramukhi’s children also did not die. Devika, this fast will also make you come out of the grief of sons’ death.”
Devika said, “O God! Please tell me the methods of observing this fast. So that I could complete it in a systematic way.” Lomash Rishi, explained her the procedure of worshiping and also narrated the story of fast.
Nahusha was a glorious king of Ayodhya. His wife’s name was Chandramukhi. In his kingdom, there lived a Brahman, named Vishnudat. His wife was Rupwati. Queen Chandramukhi and Rupwati had a good friendship. One day both of them went to take bath in river Sarayu. Other women were also having a bath at that place.The ladies, had made an idol of Shiva and Parvati there and worshiped them in a systematic way. Then, queen Chandrmukhi and Rupwati asked those ladies, the procedure and name of the Puja.
One of those ladies said “we worshiped Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati. We tied a thread to Lord Shiva with a resolution that, we will observing this fast up till the time we are alive. This ‘Muktabhran Fast’ is the giver of happiness and child.”
After listening to the theme behind the fast, both the friends took the resolution of observing this fast for their lifetime and, tied a thread in name of God Shiva. But, after reaching home, they forgot the pledge. As a result, after death, queen was born as female monkey and Brahmani as a chicken.
Over the time, both of them left the animal form and were born as humans. Chandramukhi, became the queen of king Prithvinath, and, Rupwati was again born in a Brahman’s house. In this birth, queen’s name was Eshwari and Brahmani’s name was Bhushna. Bhushan was married to Rajpuohit(oldest Hindu Brahman), Agnimukhi. In this life also both the ladies had a very good friendship.
Because of forgetting about the fast, queen was deprived from the happiness of getting a child, in this life also. In mature state, she gave birth to a deaf and dumb son. But, he also died on becoming nine years old. Bhushna remembered about the Vrat, and gave birth to good looking and healthy eight sons.
As a gesture of sympathy, Bhusna went to meet queen Eshwari, who was in the grief of not getting son. Looking at Bhusna, envy grew in the mind of queen. After Bhusna’s departure, queen called her sons for a meal and added poison in their food. But, as a result of fast kept by Bhusna, nothing happened to her children.
By this, queen got more angry. She ordered her servants, to take Bhusna’s children at the bank of Yammuna with an excuse of Puja and through them in deep water. But, this time also, by the blessings of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati, sons of Bhusana had no effect.
As a result, queen called executioners and ordered them to kill the Brahman sons at the slaughter place. But, they also got failed in their attempts. Listening this news, queen got surprised. She called Bhusna, narrated the whole story and asked for forgiveness. Then, she asked why weren’t her children dieing.
Bhusna said “don’t you remember the incident of past birth?” Queen got surprised and said “no I don’t remember.”
Then Bhusna said “listen, in our past birth, you were the wife of king Nahusha and i was your friend. Once, both of us had tied a thread in name of Lord Shiva and took a resolution that in whole of our life we will observe the fast of Saptami. But, unfortunately we forgot and neglected the fast. As a result, we took birth in different forms and then we were born as human. Now, I remembered about the Vrat, and so, started observing it.
Hearing this, queen Eshwari also observed this fast, Muktabhran, in a systematic way to get a child. Then, by the grace of this Vrat, queen again became pregnant and gave birth to a beautiful child. From that time, for conceiving a child and his safety, this fast got popularity.
After listening to the story, in the evening Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati are worshiped with incense, small lamp, flowers, fruits and Prasadm is offered. And, Lord Shiva’s Aarti should be recited,which is as follows.
Aarti of Lord Shiva in Hindi


जय शिव ओंकारा, हर शिव ओंकारा,
ब्रह्‌मा विष्णु सदाशिव अर्द्धांगी धारा।
एकानन चतुरानन पंचानन राजै
हंसानन गरुणासन वृषवाहन साजै।
दो भुज चार चतुर्भुज दसभुज अति सोहै,
तीनों रूप निरखते त्रिभुवन मन मोहे।
अक्षमाला वनमाला मुण्डमाला धारी,
चन्दन मृगमद चंदा सोहै त्रिपुरारी।
श्वेताम्बर पीताम्बर बाघम्बर अंगे,
सनकादिक ब्रह्‌मादिक भूतादिक संगे।
कर मध्ये च कमंडलु चक्र त्रिशूलधारी,
सुखकारी दुखहारी जगपालन कारी।
ब्रह्‌मा विष्णु सदाशिव जानत अविवेका
प्रणवाक्षर में शोभित ये तीनों एका।
त्रिगुण स्वामी जी की आरती जो कोई नर गावे
कहत शिवानन्द स्वामी सुख सम्पत्ति पावे॥

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8th September 2018 Sunday
Saptami fast is observed on seventh date of Shukla Paksha of every month. This fast is specially for, conceiving a child, safety of child, and growth of child. Although, every month’s fast on Shukl Paksha is significant, but, fast of Saptami on Bhadrpad’s(sixth month of Hindu calender) Shukl Paksha has its own special significance. 

Santan Saptami Vrata ( Fast) Procedure


The fast of Saptami is observed by mothers for their children. Mother observing this fast should take bath early in the morning and complete her routine work and wear clean clothes. After this, in the morning, she should worship Lord Vishnu and Shiva. And, should take the resolution of Saptami fast.
To do pooja for this fast following items are required:-
  1. 1 Bangal (silver, gold or a bangal made with dooba grass can also be used)
  2. 7 Poori (made of wheat flour, dry fruit and jaggery)
  3. Panchamrut (Made of curd, honey, ganga jal, milk and water)
  4. Haldi, chandan, sindoor, rice
The pooja is done in the after noon. Prepare 7 small pooris for pooja and 7 big ones for eating of self. To prepare Poori, prepare a dough with wheat flour, dry fruits and jaggery and then prepare pooris with that dough in desi ghee.
Then start the pooja by placing the bangal/choori in a clean elevated platform and place the picture of shiva, parvati and ganeshji along side and offer haldi, chandan and sindoor to the god and bangal.
Then dip the bangal in the panchamrit and then wash it with clean water and wear it. Offer the pooris , fruits and other sweets to the god. After that read the Santan Saptami Vrat Katha as written below.
Keeping the Nirahar Vrat, in the afternoon, Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati should be worshiped with Chauk Purkar Sandalwood, Akshat(rice used in worship), incense, small lamp, Prashad, betel nut and coconut etc.
In Saptami Tithi fast, Kheer, Puri and Pua of jaggery are prepared as Prasadam. Wishing for child’s safety, Lord Shiva is offered a red color thread. After offering it to God Shiva, the thread is worn and story related to fast is heard. The story of Saptami Tithi is as follows.

To read Katha in Hindi please click here >>
Story (Katha) of Saptami Vrata Hindi
Story (Katha) of Saptami Vrata English
An ancient legend is famous regarding the Saptami fast. As per this narration, once Lord Krishna told Yuddhistra “at some time, Lomash Rishi came to Mathura. My parents Devika and Vasudev, served him devotedly, then the Rishi ordered them to get over the grief of their sons, killed by Kansa”. Rishi said “Hey Devika!
Kansa killed many of your sons and gave you the sorrow of sons’ death. To be free from this pain, keep the fast of ‘Santan(child) Saptami’. King Nahusha’s queen, Chandramukhi, also kept this fast. Then, Chandramukhi’s children also did not die. Devika, this fast will also make you come out of the grief of sons’ death.”
Devika said, “O God! Please tell me the methods of observing this fast. So that I could complete it in a systematic way.” Lomash Rishi, explained her the procedure of worshiping and also narrated the story of fast.
Nahusha was a glorious king of Ayodhya. His wife’s name was Chandramukhi. In his kingdom, there lived a Brahman, named Vishnudat. His wife was Rupwati. Queen Chandramukhi and Rupwati had a good friendship. One day both of them went to take bath in river Sarayu. Other women were also having a bath at that place.The ladies, had made an idol of Shiva and Parvati there and worshiped them in a systematic way. Then, queen Chandrmukhi and Rupwati asked those ladies, the procedure and name of the Puja.
One of those ladies said “we worshiped Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati. We tied a thread to Lord Shiva with a resolution that, we will observing this fast up till the time we are alive. This ‘Muktabhran Fast’ is the giver of happiness and child.”
After listening to the theme behind the fast, both the friends took the resolution of observing this fast for their lifetime and, tied a thread in name of God Shiva. But, after reaching home, they forgot the pledge. As a result, after death, queen was born as female monkey and Brahmani as a chicken.
Over the time, both of them left the animal form and were born as humans. Chandramukhi, became the queen of king Prithvinath, and, Rupwati was again born in a Brahman’s house. In this birth, queen’s name was Eshwari and Brahmani’s name was Bhushna. Bhushan was married to Rajpuohit(oldest Hindu Brahman), Agnimukhi. In this life also both the ladies had a very good friendship.
Because of forgetting about the fast, queen was deprived from the happiness of getting a child, in this life also. In mature state, she gave birth to a deaf and dumb son. But, he also died on becoming nine years old. Bhushna remembered about the Vrat, and gave birth to good looking and healthy eight sons.
As a gesture of sympathy, Bhusna went to meet queen Eshwari, who was in the grief of not getting son. Looking at Bhusna, envy grew in the mind of queen. After Bhusna’s departure, queen called her sons for a meal and added poison in their food. But, as a result of fast kept by Bhusna, nothing happened to her children.
By this, queen got more angry. She ordered her servants, to take Bhusna’s children at the bank of Yammuna with an excuse of Puja and through them in deep water. But, this time also, by the blessings of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati, sons of Bhusana had no effect.
As a result, queen called executioners and ordered them to kill the Brahman sons at the slaughter place. But, they also got failed in their attempts. Listening this news, queen got surprised. She called Bhusna, narrated the whole story and asked for forgiveness. Then, she asked why weren’t her children dieing.
Bhusna said “don’t you remember the incident of past birth?” Queen got surprised and said “no I don’t remember.”
Then Bhusna said “listen, in our past birth, you were the wife of king Nahusha and i was your friend. Once, both of us had tied a thread in name of Lord Shiva and took a resolution that in whole of our life we will observe the fast of Saptami. But, unfortunately we forgot and neglected the fast. As a result, we took birth in different forms and then we were born as human. Now, I remembered about the Vrat, and so, started observing it.
Hearing this, queen Eshwari also observed this fast, Muktabhran, in a systematic way to get a child. Then, by the grace of this Vrat, queen again became pregnant and gave birth to a beautiful child. From that time, for conceiving a child and his safety, this fast got popularity.
After listening to the story, in the evening Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati are worshiped with incense, small lamp, flowers, fruits and Prasadm is offered. And, Lord Shiva’s Aarti should be recited,which is as follows.
Aarti of Lord Shiva in Hindi


जय शिव ओंकारा, हर शिव ओंकारा,
ब्रह्‌मा विष्णु सदाशिव अर्द्धांगी धारा।
एकानन चतुरानन पंचानन राजै
हंसानन गरुणासन वृषवाहन साजै।
दो भुज चार चतुर्भुज दसभुज अति सोहै,
तीनों रूप निरखते त्रिभुवन मन मोहे।
अक्षमाला वनमाला मुण्डमाला धारी,
चन्दन मृगमद चंदा सोहै त्रिपुरारी।
श्वेताम्बर पीताम्बर बाघम्बर अंगे,
सनकादिक ब्रह्‌मादिक भूतादिक संगे।
कर मध्ये च कमंडलु चक्र त्रिशूलधारी,
सुखकारी दुखहारी जगपालन कारी।
ब्रह्‌मा विष्णु सदाशिव जानत अविवेका
प्रणवाक्षर में शोभित ये तीनों एका।
त्रिगुण स्वामी जी की आरती जो कोई नर गावे
कहत शिवानन्द स्वामी सुख सम्पत्ति पावे॥

Tuesday, September 18, 2012

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Durga puja, also referred to as Durgotsava or Sharadotsav is an annual Hindu festival in South Asia that celebrates worship of the Hindu goddess Durga. It refers to all the six days observed as Mahalaya, Shashthi, Maha Saptami, Maha Ashtami, Maha Navami and Vijayadashami. The dates of Durga Puja celebrations are set according to the traditional Hindu calendar and the fortnight corresponding to the festival is called Devi Paksha. Devi Paksha is preceded by Mahalaya, the last day of the previous fortnight Pitri Paksha, and is ended on Kojagori Lokkhi Puja, ‘Worship of Goddess Lakshmi on Kojagori Full Moon Night’.
Durga Puja festival marks the victory of Goddess Durga over the evil buffalo demon Mahishasura. Thus, Durga Puja festival epitomises the victory of Good over Evil.

Durga Puja is widely celebrated in the Indian states of Assam, Bihar, Jharkhand, Orissa, Tripura and West Bengal, where it is a five-day annual holiday.In West Bengal and Tripura, which has majority of Bengali Hindus it is the biggest festival of the year. Not only is it the biggest Hindu festival celebrated throughout the State, but it is also the most significant socio-cultural event in Bengali society. Apart from eastern India, Durga Puja is also celebrated in Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Maharashtra, Gujarat, Punjab, Kashmir, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka and Kerala. Durga Puja is also celebrated as a major festival in Nepal and in Bangladesh where 10% population are Hindu.

DURGAPUJA 2013 DATE  FESTIVAL

9th October 2013 Durga Puja   – Panchami
10th October 2013 Durga Puja  – Sasthi
11st October 2013 Durga Puja  – Saptami
12nd October 2013 Durga Puja – Mahashtami
33rd October 2013 Durga Puja – Navami
14th October 2013 Durga Puja  – Vijaya Dasami
Is an auspicious occasion observed seven days before the Durga Puja, and heralds the advent of Durga, the goddess of supreme power. It's an invitation to the mother goddess to descend on earth. This is done through the chanting of mantras and singing devotional songs
Mahashashthi
On this day the Divine Mother arrives to the mortal world from her heavenly abode this is the eve of the Puja, accompanied by her children. Unveiling the face of the idol is the main ritual on this day. Kalaparambho, the ritual performed before the commencement of the puja precedes Bodhon, Amontron and Adibas.
Mahasaptami
Saptami is the first day of Durga puja. Kola Bow( Nabapatrika) is given a pre-dawn bath. This is an ancient ritual of worshiping nine types of plants. They are together worshiped as a symbol of the goddess. The main Saptami Puja follows Kalparambho and Mahasnan
Mahaastami
Day two begins with a recital of Sanskrit hymns, as thousands of devotees offered anjali to the goddess. As the day wore on, it was time for the important Sandhi Puja, which marks the inter-linking of the Maha Ashtami and Maha Navami.
Mahanavami
On day three this is the concluding day of Durga Puja. The main Navami puja begins after the end of Sandhi Puja
Dashami Vijaya
The last day after the three days of Puja, in Dashami , a tearful farewell is offered to the Goddess. And a grand send-off is arranged. The images are carried in processions around the locality and finally is immersed in a nearby river.

Durga Slokas (which is also known as Devi Mantra)  praises Durga as symbol of all divine forces. According to the sloka, Durga is omnipresent as the embodiment of power, intelligence, peace, wealth, morality etc. A part of Durga Sloka is as follows:
Ya Devi sarva bhuteshu Matri rupena samsthita
Ya Devi sarva bhuteshu Shakti rupena samsthita
Ya Devi sarva bhutesu Shanti rupena samsthita
Namestasyai Namestasyai Namestasyai Namah Namah"

Translation:The goddess who is omnipresent as the personification of universal mother
The goddess who is omnipresent as the embodiment of power
The goddess who is omnipresent as the symbol of peace
I bow to her, I bow to her, I bow to her

Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Ganeshji Photo, Ganeshji Aarti, Shri Ganesh ji ki Aarti bhajan




II Ganesh ji ki Aarti II



JAI GANESH JAI GANESH JAI GANESH DEVA

MATA JAKII PARVATII, PITAA MAHAADEVA

EKA DANTA DAYAVANTA, CAAR BHUJA DHAARII

MATHE SINDUURA SOHAI, MUUSE KII SAVARI

JAI GANESH…



ANDHANA KO AANKHA DETA

KORHINA KO KAAYAA

BANJHANA KO PUTRA DETA

NIRDHANA KO MAAYA

JAI GANESH…



PAANA CARHE, PHUULA CARHE

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LADDUAN KO BHOGA LAGE

SANT KAREN SEVA

JAI GANESHA…

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