Thursday, August 4, 2011

JYESHTA EKADASI on AugustT 9th

'Ekadasi' is the term for the 11th Moon Phase important to Lord Vishnu.
Jyeshta Ekadasi is the day when the 11th waxing moon coincides on the Jyeshta Nakshatra. Jyeshta is the star ruled by Mercury and Lord Vishnu is the overlord of this planet.
Lord Vishnu, the Sustainer of the Universe, the God of Wealth, suddenly manifested on the lunar day Ekadasi. 
This particular 11th Moon is also called 'Hari Sayana Ekadasi' as after performing several miracles in the universe, Lord Vishnu reclines on the cosmic serpent Adi Sesha, and falls asleep in the cosmic Ocean of Milk. 'Hari' is another name for Vishnu and 'Sayana' means sleep.For Your Peace and Happiness
Observing this particular Ekadasi, brings blessings for peace and happiness.

Chant the mantra for Lord Vishnu  -- Om Namo Narayanaya

Tuesday, August 2, 2011

Naga Panchami: August 4th

Maximum number of people suffer either from Rahu/ Kethu mahadasa/ antardasa, or kal sarpa yog, Nag Panchmi is the best day to worship Lord Shiva, as a remedy for their troubles, please avail this opportunity which is on 4th august 2011 this year.
Negative influences such as evil eye can be warded off. You can acknowledge the power of the snakes, Rahu and Ketu are the Snake Planets, by joining in performing a simple abishekam to both of these Moon Nodes. It is a great supplement to those who took part in the Naga Dosha or Kala Sarpa Yoga rituals and those in need of a lift out of negativity.

Naga means snake and panchami means 5th day. Naga Panchami is observed across India and Nepal on the fifth day of the bright fortnight of the lunar month of Shravan during the monsoon season.
According to one myth, Lord Krishna conquered evil King Naga Kālia and put an end to the evil deeds of an evil snake on Nāga Panchamī.
Nine serpent deities are worshiped on the auspicious Nag Panchami day. Elaborate rituals in the form of 'puja' are held in temples and temporary altars in the honor of snake gods - Ananta, Vasuki, Padmanabha, Sesha, Kambala, Shankhapala, Dhruthrashtra, Takshaka and Kaliya - the nine prominent snake gods. In many parts of Eastern India Nag Panchami is dedicated to the serpent goddess, Manasa.

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