Gokul Ashtami – Also knows as Dahi Handi…..

Celebration : The Birthday of the Lord Krishna
Religion : Hindu
In the month of : August-September

Maha Vishnu took various avatars to protect the mortal world from the evildoers and sinners. One such incarnation was his birth as the child of King Vasudeva and Queen Devaki Devi. Gokul Ashtami is the birthday of Lord Krishna. It falls on the 8th day of the dark half of the month of ‘Bhadrapada’ (August-September) and is one of the greatest of all Hindu festivals. Lord Krishna was born at midnight.
A twenty-four hour fast is observed on this day, which is broken at midnight. The festival is called in different names as “Krishna Jayanti”, “Janma Ashtami”, “Krishnaashtami” , “Gokul Ashtami”, and as “Sri Jayanti”.

Birth of Lord Krishna
The myth connected to the birth of Lord Vishnu is as follows. Vasudeva was the chief of ‘Shooras’ and married Devaki one of the seven daughters of Devaka. They were very happy, for none had ever seen so fine a man and a wife matched in such perfect harmony.
‘Kansa’ (also known as ‘Kamsa’) was the son of Ugrasena. Though his father Ugrasena was the King, Kansa himself ruled the kingdom. He was more wicked and had no respect for law, human or divine. The divine Sage Narada once, came to Kansa and advised him not to disregard the law of ‘Dharma’ and foretold, that the eighth child of Devaki would slay him, if he continued to be wicked and revengeful.
Frightened at the prophecy of Narada, Kansa confined the newly married Vasudeva and Devaki in Gajaraja palace with a condition that every child of Devaki, as it was born, should be handed over to him. In obedience of the promise Vasudeva handed over six of his children one after one whom the cruel Kansa killed mercilessly. Devaki again became pregnant, and she gave birth to a boy.
With the help of ‘Ganga Charya’ and ‘Akura’ he was saved by showing a dead body of a new-born girl beside Devaki. Kansa did not take it seriously, as this was seventh child of Devaki. The seventh child of Devaki was stealthily sent to Gokul and was growing under the great care and affection of Rohini, the elder wife of Vasudeva. Rohini was living as a guest of Nanda at Gokhul. They named the boy as “Balarama”. During the course of their nine years confinement, Vasudeva and Devaki never failed in their devotion and always talked of the Lord and his Grace. Devaki was expecting her eighth child. Surely, the prophecy of sage Narada and the promise of Veda Vyasa began to show the signs of coming true. It was the eighth day of the dark half of the month of ‘Sravana’ (also spelt as Shravan) and there was a thunder and lightning pouring torrential rains and the roads were blocked with water.
Devaki tingling with ecstasy gave birth to a child when the moon entered the house of ‘Vrishabha’ at the constellation of the star Rohini on Wednesday the 8th day of the second fortnight of the month of Sravana, which corresponds to the month of “Bhadrapada Krishnapaksha” according to the “Barhaspatyamana”, in the year of ‘Visvavasu’, 5,I72 years ago (from I945), which means 3227 BC.

In the pitched darkness, Vasudeva wrapped the child in a woollen garment, kept it in a basket and lifting the basket on his shoulder crossed the river Yamuna and handed over the child, with the basket to Ganga Charya, the family priest and Nanda, the chief of Gokul Yadavas waiting on the opposite bank. In return, Ganga Charya gave another basket of a new born daughter of Nanda to Vasudeva who carried back the baby to the place of his confinement, as was pre-planned.
Kansa was unable to sleep the whole night due to the anxiety to have a look at the eighth child of Devaki and drove to the palace where Vasudeva and Devaki were in prison. After assuming that the eighth child of them being a daughter, the prophecy of Narada proved incorrect and Kansa was very happy.
Nanda’s wife Yashoda who had fainted at the time of her delivery never knew, what all has happened in the night and when she came to her senses, Rohini handed over the child to her. Since Nanda and Yashoda were not having any children, quite for some time, the birth of the boy made the people of Gokul with wild delight and joy and the boy was named as Krishna with appropriate rituals.
Kansa was constantly haunted by the fear that some child might have overlooked by ‘Putana’, a close confidant of Kansa. He came to know the belated birth of a boy to Nanda and Yashoda and summoned Putana to kill him. But Putana could not succeed in her deed and was later killed by Krishna. Kansa therefore summoned ‘Trinavrit’, a bird catcher to kidnap Krishna.
When, Trinavrit reached Gokul, there was a storm of sand and it was very difficult to anybody to withstand. Taking advantage of the storm, Trinavrit caught hold of Krishna. Krishna too held him tightly leaving him dead. Various brave acts during the childhood days of Krishna are depicted in the holy books.
The eighth Avatara, Krishna, who has become the Beloved of India and the world at large, had a threefold objective: to destroy the wicked demons to play the leading role in the great war fought on the battlefield of Kurukshetra (where he delivered His wonderful message of the Gita) and to become the centre of a marvellous development of the Bhakti schools of India.

A Peculiar Feature
On the holy day of Gokul Ashtami, the ladies in South India decorate their houses beautifully, ready to welcome the Lord. They prepare various sweetmeats and offer them to the Lord. Butter was Krishna’s favourite, and this is also offered. Shrikhand is specially prepared on the occasion of Gokulashtami festival. From the doorway to the inner meditation room of the house the door is marked with a child’s footprints, using some dour mixed with water. This creates the feeling in them that the Lord’s own Feet have made the mark.

The Festivity
People treat this day as one of very great rejoicing. There is recitation of the “Bhagavatam”, singing and praying everywhere. Temples are decorated for the occasion, Kirtans are sung, bells are rung, the conch is blown, and Sanskrit hymns are recited in praise of Lord Krishna. At Mathura, the birthplace of Lord Krishna, special spiritual gatherings are organised at this time. Pilgrims from all over India attend these festive gatherings.
People observe a daylong fast, which is broken only at midnight, the time when Krishna is believed to have been born. The festival is a community celebration, and people visit Krishna temples, which are specially decorated and lit for the occasion. On the occasion of ‘Gokulashtami’, we can find kids forming a human pyramid to reach the pot full of curds (dahi-handi) and break it.

A little before midnight, devotees pour into temples to participate in the special ‘Arati’ and to relive the birth of Krishna. Till midnight, devotional songs are sung in anticipation of the holy birth. Special cradles are installed at temples and a small statue of the “Balgopal” is placed in them.

Slokas and mantras of krishna jayanthi:


Krishna Arghya
Jathaha Kamsavadarthaya Bhoobharotharanayacha|
Kouravanam Vinashaya Dhaityanam Nidhanaya Cha ||
Pandavanam Hitharthaya Dharamasamsthapanaya Cha|
GruhanaArghyam Maya Dhatham Devakya Sahitho Hare ||

Chandra Arghya
Kshirodharnava Sambhootha AthiGotraSamudhbhava |
GruhanaArghyam Maya Dhatham Rhohinya Sahitho Shashin ||

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the slokas and chants are taken from the following link


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10 things to know about Anna Hazare ‘n Jan Lok Pal Bill.. !

10 things to know about Anna Hazare ‘n Jan Lok Pal Bill.. !

1. Who is Anna Hazare?

An ex-army man. Fought 1965 Indo-Pak War

2. What’s so special about him?

He built a village Ralegaon Siddhi in Ahamad Nagar district, Maharashtra

3. So what?

This village is a self-sustained model village. Energy is produced in the village itself from solar power, biofuel and wind mills.

In 1975, it used to be a poverty clad village. Now it is one of the richest village in India. It has become a model for self-sustained, eco-friendly & harmonic village.

4. Ok,…?

This guy, Anna Hazare was awarded Padma Bhushan and is a known figure for his social activities.

5. Really, what is he fighting for?

He is supporting a cause, the amendment of a law to curb corruption in India.

6. How that can be possible?

He is advocating for a Bil, The Jan Lokpal Bill (The Citizen Ombudsman Bill), that will form an autonomous authority who will make politicians (ministers), beurocrats (IAS/IPS) accountable for their deeds.

8. It’s an entirely new thing right..?

In 1972, the bill was proposed by then Law minister Mr. Shanti Bhushan. Since then it has been neglected by the politicians and some are trying to change the bill to suit thier theft (corruption).

7. Oh.. He is going on a hunger strike for that whole thing of passing a Bill ! How can that be possible in such a short span of time?

The first thing he is asking for is: the government should come forward and announce that the bill is going to be passed.

Next, they make a joint committee to DRAFT the JAN LOKPAL BILL. 50% goverment participation and 50% public participation. Because you cant trust the government entirely for making such a bill which does not suit them.

8. Fine, What will happen when this bill is passed?

A LokPal will be appointed at the centre. He will have an autonomous charge, say like the Election Commission of India. In each and every state, Lokayukta will be appointed. The job is to bring all alleged party to trial in case of corruptions within 1 year. Within 2 years, the guilty will be punished. Not like, Bofors scam or Bhopal Gas Tragedy case, that has been going for last 25 years without any result.

9. Is he alone? Who else is there in the fight with Anna Hazare?

Baba Ramdev, Ex. IPS Kiran Bedi, Social Activist Swami Agnivesh, RTI activist Arvind Kejriwal and many more.

Prominent personalities like Aamir Khan is supporting his cause.

10. Ok, got it. What can I do?

At least we can spread the message. How?

Putting status message, links, video, changing profile pics.

At least we can support Anna Hazare and the cause for uprooting corruption from India.

At least we can hope that his Hunger Strike does not go in vain.

At least we can pray for his good health.

Thanks for reading.

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IPL 2011 Schedule

Indian Premier league 2011 , Season 4 begins in the month of April and ends in May. IPL 2011 starts after the world cup. Provisional schedule as announced bu BCCI

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IPL 2011 Final Team Players List

This resource contains information about IPL 4 final team players list, IPL 4 fixtures and players each of the ten team have bought. The team lists are follows Deccan Chargers, Kolkata Knight Riders, Royal Challengers Bangalore, Mumbai Indians, Sahara Pune Warriors, Team Kochi, Delhi Daredevils, Chennai Super Kings, Rajasthan Royals and King’s XI Punjab. An overview of the 2011 IPL auctions and the team-wise listing of players acquired during the auctions and IPL squads after the auctions

Mumbai Indians

Players retained: 4(Sachin Tendulkar, Harbhajan Singh, Kieron Pollard and Lasith Malinga)
Players bought: 8
Total amount spent: USD 8.52 million

Rohit Sharma – $2 million – India
Sachin Tendulkar – $1.8 million -India
Harbhajan Singh – $1.3 million – India
Kieron Pollard – $900,000 – West Indies
Andrew Symonds – $850,000 – Australia
Munaf Patel – $700,000 – India
Lasith Malinga $500,000- Sri Lanka
David Jacobs – $190,000 – South Africa
Clint McKay – $110,000 – Australia
James Franklin – $100,000 – New Zealand
Moises Henriques – $50,000 – Australia
Aiden Blizzard – $20,000 – Australia

Sahara Pune Warriors

Players retained: Nil
Players bought: 14
Total amount spent: USD 8.07 million

Robin Uthappa – $2.1 million – India
Yuvraj Singh – $1.8 million – India
Angelo Matthews – $950,000 – Sri Lanka
Ashish Nehra $850,000 – India
Graeme Smith – $500,000 – South Africa
Murali Karthik – $400,000 – India
Callum Ferguson – $300,000 – Australia
Mitchell Marsh – $290,000 – Australia
Tim Paine – $270,000 – Australia
Jesse Ryder – $150,000 – New Zealand
Wayne Parnell – $160,000 – South Africa
Nathan McCullum – $100,000 – New Zealand
Jerome Taylor – $100,000 – West Indies
Alfonso Thomas – $100,000 – South Africa

Deccan Chargers

Players retained: Nil
Players bought: 14
Total amount spent: USD 6.88 million

Dale Steyn – $1.2 million – South Africa
Cameron White – $1.1 million – Australia
Dan Christian – $900,000 – Australia
Kumar Sangakkara – $700,000 – Sri Lanka
Kevin Pietersen – $650,000 – England
Pragyan Ojha – $500,000 – India
Ishant Sharma – $450,000 – India
JP Duminy – $300,000 – South Africa
Shikhar Dhawan – $300,000 – India
Amit Mishra – $300,000 – India
MS Gony – $290,000 – India
Juan Theron – $85,000 – South Africa
Michael Lumb – $80,000 – England
Chris Lynn – $20,000 – Australia

Kolkata Knight Riders

Players retained: Nil
Players bought: 12
Total amount spent: USD 8.58 million

Gautam Gambhir – $2.4 million – India
Yusuf Pathan – $2.1 million – India
Jacques Kallis – $1.1 million – South Africa
Lakshmipathy Balaji – $500,000 – India
Manoj Tiwary – $475,000 – India
Shakib Al Hasan – $425,000 – Bangladesh
Brett Lee – $400,000 – Australia
Eoin Morgan – $350,000 – England
Brad Haddin $325,000 – Australia
Jaidev Unadkat – $250,000 – India
Ryan ten Doeschate – $150,000 – Netherlands
James Pattinson – $100,000 – Australia

Royal Challengers Bangalore

Players retained: 1 (Virat Kohli)
Players bought: 15
Total amount spent: USD 8.64 million

Virat Kohli – $1.8 million – India
Saurabh Tiwary – $1.6 million – India
AB de Villiers – $1.1 million – South Africa
Zaheer Khan – $900,000 – India
Cheteshwar Pujara – $700,000 – India
Tilakratne Dilshan – $650,000 – Sri Lanka
Dirk Nannes – $650,000 – Australia
Daniel Vettori – $550,000 – New Zealand
Abhimanyu Mithun – $260,000 – India
Charl Langeveldt – $140,000 – South Africa
Luke Pomersbach – $50,000 – Australia
Johan Van der Wath – $50,000 – South Africa
Rilee Rossouw – $20,000 – South Africa
Nuwan Pradeep – $20,000 – Sri Lanka
Jonathan Vandiar – $20,000 – South Africa
Mohammad Kaif – $130,000 – India


Team Kochi

Players retained: Nil
Players bought: 17
Total amount spent: USD 7.79 million

Mahela Jayawardene – $1.5 million – Sri Lanka
Muttiah Muralitharan – $1.1 million – Sri Lanka
Ravindra Jadeja – $950,000 – India
S. Sreesanth – $900,000 -India
RP Singh – $500,000 – India
Brendon McCullum – $475,000 – New Zealand
R. Vinay Kumar – $475,000 – India
Brad Hodge – $425,000 – Australia
VVS Laxman – $400,000 – India
Parthiv Patel – $290,000 – India
Owais Shah – $200,000 – England
Steven Smith – $200,000 – Australia
Ramesh Powar – $180,000 – India
Thisara Perera $80,000 – Sri Lanka
Michael Klinger $75,000 – Australia
Steven O’Keefe – $20,000 – Australia
John Hastings $20,000 – Australia

Delhi Daredevils

Players retained: 1 (Virender Sehwag)
Players bought: 16
Total amount spent: USD 8.25 million

Irfan Pathan – $1.9 million – India
Virender Sehwag – $1.8 million – India
David Warner – $750,000 – Australia
Umesh Yadav – $750,000 – India
Venugopal Rao – $700,000 – India
Morne Morkel – $475,000 – South Africa
Ashok Dinda – $375,000 – India
James Hopes – $350,000 – Australia
Aaron Finch – $300,000 – Australia
Naman Ojha – $270,000 – India
Ajit Agarkar – $210,000 – India
Matthew Wade – $100,000 – Australia
Colin Ingram – $100,000 – South Africa
Andrew McDonald – $80,000 – Australia
Roelof Van der Merwe – $50,000 – South Africa
Travis Birt – $20,000 – Australia
Robert Frylinck – $20,000 – South Africa

Chennai Super Kings

Players retained: 4 (MS Dhoni, Suresh Raina, Albie Morkel and Murali Vijay)
Players bought: 14
Total amount spent: USD 8.62 million

MS Dhoni – $1.8 million – India
Suresh Raina – $1.3 million – India
Albie Morkel – $900,000 – South Africa
R. Ashwin – $850,000 – India
S. Badrinath – $800,000 – India
Doug Bollinger – $700,000 – Australia
Murali Vijay – $500,000 – India
Michael Hussey – $425,000 – Australia
Sudeep Tyagi – $240,000 – India
Dwayne Bravo – $200,000 – West Indies
Joginder Sharma – $$150,000 – India
Francois du Plessis – $120,000 – South Africa
Wriddhiman Saha – $100,000 – India
Scott Styris – $100,000 – New Zealand
Ben Hilfenhaus – $100,000 – Australia
Nuwan Kulasekara – $100,000 – Sri Lanka
Suraj Randiv – $80,000 – Sri Lanka
George Bailey – $50,000 – Australia

Rajasthan Royals

Players retained: 2 (Shane Warne and Shane Watson)
Players bought: 6
Total amount spent: USD 6.94 million

Shane Warne – $1.8 million – Australia
Shane Watson – $1.3 million – Australia
Ross Taylor – $1 million – New Zealand
Johan Botha – $950,000 – South Africa
Rahul Dravid – $500,000 – India
Shaun Tait – $300,000 – Australia
Paul Collingwood – $250,000 – England
Pankaj Singh – $95,000 – India

King’s XI Punjab

Players retained: Nil
Players bought: 11
Total amount spent: USD 6.94 million

David Hussey – $1.4 million – Australia
Adam Gilchrist – $900,000 – Australia
Piyush Chawla – $900,000 – India
Dinesh Karthik $900,000 – India
Abhishek Nayar – $800,000 – India
Praveen Kumar $800,000 – India
Shaun Marsh – $400,000 – Australia
Stuart Broad – $400,000 – England
Ryan Harris – $325,000 – Australia
Dmitri Mascarenhas – $100,000 – England
Nathan Rimmington – $20,000 – Australia

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The Festival of Diwali

The Festival of Diwali

Diwali is one of the biggest festival of Hindus, celebrated with great enthusiasm and happiness in India. The festival is celebrated for five continuous days, where the third days is celebrated as the main Diwali festival or ‘Festival of lights’. Different colorful varieties of fireworks are always associated with this festival. On this auspicious day, people light up diyas and candles all around their house. They perform Laxmi Puja in the evening and seek divine blessings of Goddess of Wealth. The festival od Diwali is never complete without exchange of gifts. People present diwali gifts to all near and dear ones.

The exact day of the festival is decided by the position of the moon. According to the Hindu calendar, Amavasya or ‘no moon day’ is considered as the perfect day to celebrate Diwali. This dark night comes after every fortnight and in the month of Kartik, it marks this festival of lights and diyas. As per the English calendar, the festival generally comes in the month of November and December. For all Hindu people, the festival holds an imperative meaning since the festival is reckoned with Lord Rama’s victory as the King of Ayodhya after his return to the kingdom from 14 years of exile along with his wife Sita & brother Laxman after killing the demon, King Ravana. The festival is celebrated by lighting diyas and candles to drive away the darkness of Amavasya.

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Happy Ganesha Chaturthi To All :)

Ganesha mantras are siddhi mantras . Each mantra contains certain specific powers of Lord Ganesha. When chanted with the proper pranayama (rhythmic breathing) and sincere devotion, they will yield good results. In general, Ganesha mantras will ward off all evil and bless the devotee with abundance, prudence and success. Evil spirits dare not enter the home or the mind of the devotee where Ganesha mantras are recited. Those so mystically inclined and knowledgeable of the seven chakras below the muladhara use these powerful incantantions under the direction of the guru to close off these regions of the mind one by one and free consciousness from deep depression, confusion, jealousy, rage, lingering anger and fear. Some such mantras are given below for the spiritual benefit of the readers.Important Note :
One more point to remember is that one should bathe or wash the limbs before sitting for repetition of the mantra. Also, one should do three or more pranayama before beginning the mantra. The minimum repetition of the mantra should be one full mala, or 108 times. When this is done at a fixed hour and place regularly for 48 days, it becomes an upasana, which means intense meditation, that will yield siddhis, or spiritual powers. Another warning to bear in mind is that one should use those powers only for healing the sick and other such selfless actions for the benefit of mankind. These powers should not be misused. Misuse of power may bring the curse of the asuras.

One always starts any prayer, ritual and/or occasion by worshipping our Beloved Elephant God. One of the famous mantras dedicated to Ganpati follows:“Vakratunda Mahaakaaya Suryakotee Sama Prabha
Nirvighnam kuru mey Deva, Sarva kaaryeshu Sarvadaa”

O Lord Ganesha of Large body, curved trunk, with the brilliance of a million suns, please make all my work free of obstacles, always.


“Aum gam ganapataye namah”This is a mantra from Ganapati Upanishad. One may always use it before beginning a journey, a new course in school, new career or job, or before entering into any new contract or business so that impediments are removed and your endeavor may be crowned with success.


Aum shri ganeshaya namahThis mantra is usually taught to children for their good education. It increases their memory power, and they become successful in their examinations. Of course, people of any age may use this mantra when taking courses in a school or university, and for success in attaining their degree.


Aum vakratundaya humThis is a very powerful mantra, as discussed in the Ganesha Purana. When something is not working properly, individually or universally, nationally or internationally, or when the minds of the people turn crooked, negative, depressed or discouraged, the attention of Ganesha may be drawn by this mantra to straighten their ways. The HUM symbolizes “Delay no more, my Lord, in straightening the paths of the crooked-minded ones.” This mantra is used many times in the Ganesha Purana to curb the atrocities of cruel demons. In addition, this mantra could also be used for healing any spinal deficiency, such as curvature of the spine or curved limbs. Dedicate 1,008 repetitions of this holy word to straighten and heal such deficiencies.


Aum kshipra prasadaya namahKshipra means instantaneous. If some danger or negative energy is coming your way and you don’t know how to get rid of that trouble, with true devotion, practice this mantra for quick blessing and purification of one’s aura.


Aum shrim hrim klim glaum gam
ganapataye vara varada sarva
janamme vashamanaya svahaThere are several bija (seed) mantras in this mantra . Among other things, it signals, “Shower Your blessings, O Lord. I offer my ego as an oblation.”


Aum sumukhaya namahThis mantra has a lot of meaning, but to make it simple, it means you will be always very beautiful in soul, in spirit, in face, everything. By meditating on this mantra, very pleasing manners and a beauty comes on you. Along with that comes peace, which constantly dances in your eyes; and the words you speak are all filled with that power of love.


Aum ekadantaya namahEkadanta refers to one tusk in the elephant face, which means God broke the duality and made you to have a one-pointed mind. Whoever has that oneness of mind and single-minded devotion will achieve everything.


Aum kapilaya namahKapila (red) means that you are able to give color therapy. You are able to create colors around yourself and around others, bathe them in that color and heal them. As per the mantra you create, so will you create the colors. Another meaning is “wish cow,” the “cow of plenty.” It means that whatever you wish, that comes true. There is a wish-cow inside you. Whatever you wish, especially for healing others, comes true immediately.


Aum gajakarnikaya namahThe ears of Ganesha, the elephant, are constant fanning, which means people may talk a lot, but you are not receiving inside anything other than that which is important. It also means that you can sit anywhere and tune this cosmic television (the body) with seven channels (chakras) and all 72,000 nadis, to any loka and be able to hear ancestors, angels, the voice of God or the voice of prophets. That kind of inner ear you will develop through this mantra.


Aum lambodaraya namahThis means you feel that you are this universe. It means that all the universes are within you. Like an entire tree is in the seed, the whole universe is in the sound of creation, which is Aum, and that Aum consciousness in you makes you feel that you are the universe. Therefore, if you say, realizing the oneness with the universe, “shanti to the world” every day, then the grace of God will come and there will be world peace, universal peace. It is the universes within Aum and Aum within you.


Aum vikataya namahThis means realizing this world as a dream or a drama. When you are in that high consciousness, this whole world looks like a dream. All of us have taken a role. We have to play our role in life as wife or husband or children or citizens, all consistent with the role we have taken. When an actor bitten by a sponge cobra that is brought on the stage falls, the entire audience cries; but that boy who has fallen knows it was not a real cobra and he is not dead. Life is a drama — definitely life in this material world, this physical world of ego, is a drama. But inside, like the boy on the stage who is quite happy knowing that he didn’t die by the bite of the sponge cobra, like that, the truth never dies in us; it is immortal. So everything else you consider as drama. That consciousness comes to you by knowing this mantra.


Aum vighna nashanaya namahThis mantra invokes the Lord Ganesha to remove every impediment in your life and in your works. By constant meditation on this mantra, all obstacles and blocked energy in your physical and astral bodies are released.


Aum vinayakaya namahVinayaka is the name of Ganesha in the golden age. So by realizing this mantra, your life will have a golden age. In your office, in your work, you’ll be the boss. Vinayaka means something under control. Vinayaka means the Lord of problems.


Aum ganadhyakshaya namahThis mantra is so important. Suppose you have a group, a country, neighbors, or any kind of group therapy, group healing or a whole country needing healing, then you have to bring that entire group to your mind’s arena and say this mantra. A group healing takes place by this mantra.


Aum bhalachandraya namahIn Sanskrit, bhala means the forehead center. Chandra means the crescent moon. Bhalachandra means that chakra from where the nectar drips. That is the secret of all healing. It is to feel yourself as Siva, identifying yourself with the Truth and feeling constantly that you are carrying the crescent moon, the symbol of growth and nectar and peace.




I bow to Gajānana, Whose lotus-feet destroy the obstacles, Who is served by the Gaṇa of Śiva, Who eats delicious rose-apple and mangoes, Who is the son of Umā (Pārvatī), and Who is the destroyer of grief and obstacles.


Ganpati Bappa Morya!!!!

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May the angels protect u…
May the sadness forget u,…
may goodness surround u and may Allah always bless u.,,,,,,
Eid Mubarak!!!!

May Allah this occasion flood your life with happiness,
ur heart with love,
ur soul with spirtual,
ur mind with wisdom,
wishing u a very Happy Eid Mubarik

As Allah waters HIS Creation,
May HE also sprinkle HIS wonderous blessings over you and your beloved ones.(Aameen).

May the blessings of Allah
fill your life with happiness
and open all the doors of success
now and always.


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