God is the basic and ultimate element of the cosmos. It is considered that almighty God prevails everywhere. Each and every pore of the cosmos is pervaded by the cosmic matter. Thus, God is basic and subtle element and is considered as formless. Since, God has created this beautiful universe, God has formed aspect too. Continue Reading
There are ample of instances available, when the person inspite of working so hard for a particular field, goes into failure, even the work done goes into vain. Similarly, it has been observed that the marriage relationships also get weaker, instead of becoming stronger. All this leads to severe disappointment and negativity in their life that they are not lucky, their fate does not support them.
The main cause behind this kind of situation is the incompatibility generated due to the stars. The planets and stars, when are at the favourable positions, cause comfort, whereas, opposite is seen in case of disarrangement and contradictory positions. Continue Reading
The children are taken as the form of God. They enrich the life of the mother and the father. But it is great irony that many people fail to produce the babies, due to medical and other reasons of non medical origin. These problems can be of pre pregnancy or during pregnancy like the miscarriage problems. the children produced are of the disabled types. there are various medical complications after the pregnancy like thyroid, depression and infertility.
According to Astrology, every star and planet has its impact on the human life. The consequences of these stars and planets can be easily seen as everyone gets affected due to position and motion of these planets and stars. Many of the effects of these planets are good, whereas, there are some serious effects too. The presence of certain planets in different houses may lead to extremely deleterious effects, like as – Kal Sarpa Dosha. So it’s extremely important to reduce the impact of these planets with the help of Yantra, Mantra and Tantra. Continue Reading
ChandUgadi or Yugadi is the first day of Chandramana or shuklapaksh (bright fortnight) of Chaitra month of the Hindu calendar that coincides with March month of the Western calendar. During this period, while people in the Deccan Plateau—especially Karnataka, Telangana and Andhra Pradesh — celebrate Ugadi; Maharashtrians and Goans observe Gudi Padava and Sindhis celebrate Cheti Chand. Chaitra is considered a very auspicious month as per Hindu tradition. Ugadi originated from the Sanskrit word yuga (meaning age) and adi (beginning). Ugadi is the mark of a new year, or starting of new activities. Wearing new clothes, spraying vasantam (coloured water), eating chutney (sauce) consisting of six tastes, are important activities on the day. An Auspicious Beginning On Gudi Padava, a gudi (flag) is displayed in Marathi households. The gudi consists of green or yellow cloth tied to a long bamboo on which sugar, neem leaves, mango leaves, and a garland of red flowers are secured. It is placed towards the right side of the main entrance of the house. An inverted silver or copper pot is placed on it. The Sindhi community in India, and around the world, celebrates the second day of Chaitra month as Cheti Chand. It marks the beginning of the new year and also commemorates the birth of Ishtadeva Uderolal (Jhulelal), their patron-saint. Continue Reading
Among the most important festivals in the Christian calendar, Easter celebrates the resurrection of Jesus Christ. Easter Sunday, also known as Resurrection Sunday, marks the end of a 40-day period of fasting, called Lent, which marks repentance, moderation and spiritual discipline.The date of celebrating Easter is not fixed; it is linked to the first Sunday of a full Moon day between March 21 and April 25, around the time of the Spring Equinox. The dates follow the Gregorian ecclesiastical rules established in 325 CE by the First Council of Nicaea. This ensures that Easter Sunday is observed all over the world on the same day and the dates can be calculated for an indefinite period in future. Most churches observe Easter according to the Gregorian calendar, but a few still follow the Julian calendar.Sacred Occasion On Easter Sunday, devotees attend church services and remember the sufferings that Jesus went through for the sake of humanity. The week preceding Easter is known as the Holy Week. The Friday before Easter Sunday is observed as Good Friday, the day Jesus was crucified.The festival is celebrated by Christians across the world. In India, the festivities are more visible in regions that have a large Christian population. Kerala, Goa, Meghalaya, Nagaland and Mizoram are among states that celebrate Easter with great religious fervour.
Good Friday commemorates the suffering and sacrificial death of Jesus Christ. It is observed by Christians around the world, especially in the Catholic and Anglican countries. For Christians in India, too, it is a day dedicated to fasting, praying, and meditating on the agony and suffering of Jesus. Many churches have a subdued service with solemn hymns and prayers of thanksgiving. The message is centered on observance of the Lord’s Supper and his suffering for his followers. The Friday before Easter Sunday is Good Friday, the day Jesus was crucified. It is also known as Easter Friday, Black Friday, Holy Friday or Great Friday. In Eastern Christianity, which follows the Julian calendar, Easter falls on the first Sunday following the full Moon on or after March 21, the date of the spring equinox. The Western calculation uses the Gregorian or Christian calendar introduced by Pope Gregory XIII in 1582.
For the first time in its 68 year history, minority communities in Pakistan including Hindus and Christians will have a national holiday observed on their important festivals. The total number of Christians in Pakistan was estimated at 2.5 million in 2005, which is around 1.6 per cent of the population.
The resolution was moved by Dr Ramesh Kumar Vankwani, an elected Hindu lawmaker of the ruling Pakistan Muslim League from Sindh. Continue Reading
The love knows no barrier. There is no space of hatred, jealousy and other evil virtues in love. The universe has been created in a very peculiar way , the race, caste, creed and the nationality, and the economic imbalances and levels of earning and saving has further divided our societies into A parabola, where there seems no possibility of unity and the selfless love. Rather violence has entrapped the entire folks. The spiritual and national aspects have been seemingly no more effective. Killing the innocent lives, snatching the rights of others and doing the unfair for the fair has become the common tendency of the man, now- a- days.
Holi is celebrated during the spring season in India and is among the biggest Hindu festivals, especially in the northern region. It falls on the first day of krishnapaksh(dark fortnight) of Phalgun month according to the Hindu calendar, which coincides with February or March of the Western calendar. On the previous day — purnima or full Moon day — devotees observe Holika Dahan by setting alight large bonfires to signify the burning of evil. In different parts of India, Holi is called by different names. In West Bengal and Odisha, it is observed as Dol Jatra. Continue Reading
The pursuit of Truth is a universal phenomenon. Religious faiths all across the world proclaim to preach it, and amongst them they agree that there is no greater Truth than the Supreme Being, the Creator of the Universe, the Almighty Formless One – Nirankar. The many and varied names for God all represent an omnipresent, all-pervasive, omniscient, and Supreme Entity.
All the sages, seers, saints, gurus and prophets from across time have, therefore, preached the same Ultimate Truth; God. The approach, however, might have been different. The various Holy Scriptures are the milestones representing the flow of Divine Thought. These writings and teachings were meant to reveal the Ultimate Truth. History, however, shows that rituals and dogmas overwhelmed the essential Truth behind these teachings, creating confusion and division between religions, sects, and communities. Continue Reading
Whatever good or bad happens to you, through whatever person or object, directly proceeds from our loving father. All persons and objects are but tools in his hand. If an evil befalls you, think of it as his greatest mercy. We have to suffer for our past actions sooner or later.
Like, everybody should be treated with respect at home. Every relationship has its own place as well as importance, whether it is that of a mother or mother –in-law, sister or sister-in-law, father or father –in-law. Whenever any member of the household cross the perimeter of his /her code of conduct there would naturally be turmoil in the house. Another thing which is essential in family life is that all the family members should understand each other’s nature properly and then deal accordingly. They should respect each other’s interests. Instead of asserting rights, they should concentrate more on performing their duties.
Once upon a time there was a dog. While his duty was to guard the wealth and property of his owner, he went to sleep at night. Suddenly some thieves came to commit burglary in his house. But whenever they tried to enter the main room of the house, the donkey whose normal duty was to serve the owner by carrying loads, would begin to bray so that the house of the owner is saved from being burgled. And as soon as the brayed loudly, the thieves would go back quietly. Continue Reading
Love and hatred cannot go together simultaneously. Just like the darkness and the light cannot co-exist. Similarly, a person cannot love and hate at the same time. Further, if the praise of the lord is in high volumes, but the hatred is dwelling in the heart, love is said to be absent from there. Continue Reading
A real instance from the life of Lord Buddha can be cited as the perfect epitome for getting the knowledge of topic in more deeper aspects. Once Buddha was walking from one town to another with a few of his followers. While they were travelling they happened to pass a lake. They stopped there. Buddha told one of his disciples “I am thirsty. Get me some water from the lake there”. The disciple walked up to the lake. When he reached it, he noticed that some people were washing clothes in the water. And right at that moment, a bullock cart started crossing through the lake. As a result, the water became very muddy, very turbid. The disciple thought, “How can I give this muddy water to Buddha” So he came back and told Buddha, “ The water in the lake is very muddy . I do not think it is fit to drink .” They waited for half an hour there. Again Buddha asked the same disciple to go back to the lake and get him some water to drink . The disciple obediently went back to the lake .This time he found that the lake had absolutely clear water in it . The mud had settled down and the water above looked fit to drink . So, he collected some water in a pot and brought it to Buddha. Continue Reading
This is the misfortune of our society that it neither forgives nor gives a chance to repent. To err is human. If we do not give a man the chance to repent, how would he improve? For example, does a thief who has already been punished by the law not have the right to be forgiven? Continue Reading
Peace, perseverance and equable vision are the jewellery of the saints; their most precious ornament is the submission to the will of God. The true devotee views others with the vision bestowed by the true master and listens with the divine ears granted by the true master. Continue Reading