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Friday, 29 September 2017

India is known as a land of festivals. Beginning from the ancient ages to the modern day India

This article deals with the description of Dussehra festival. Dussehra is the festival which represents the victory of the good over the evil. India is a land of festivals. The origin of the Dussehra festival and its celebration has been described. The relative importance of Dussehra has been brought out. The places which are prominent for Dussehra celebration is also dealth with in detail.    

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India a land of festivals:

India is known as a land of festivals. Beginning from the ancient ages to the modern day India, many rituals have been practiced in our country. India has been ruled by different dynasties starting with the invasion of Alexander from Greece and then by the different Muslim kingdoms of the Arab world and finally by the Europeans among which the English became the eventual rulers of India leaving a very few parts of India under the Portuguese rule. So every ruling community has left a mark of its culture and traditions on the Indians. As such a number of festivals are celebrated in India since the ruling communities, especially the Muslim community became the part and parcel of the Indian culture. Many of festivals of the Hindu community date back to the ancient history of India when the great epics of Ramayana and Mahabharata were written. Dussera and Deepavali are among the topmost festivals in India dating back to a very earlier period. In this article, we shall discuss the Dussera festival. Dussehra means the Tenth Day after the Navaratri (nine nights). This day is also known as Vijayadashmi, or Victory Tenth, because of the Victory of Rama over Ravana. It is also celebrated as the day the Hindu goddess Chamundeshwari killed the ferocious demon Mahishasura. The name of the city of Mysore in Karnataka is also perhaps derived from Mahisasura. The festival usually falls during the months of September or October 

Dussehra is celebrated:

Dussera or Dussehra and some people even spell it as Dassera means the tenth day. The festival begins with Navratras or the nine nights and the tenth day is the Dussehra of . The day is also celebrated as Vijayadasmi or the Victory Day because it is believed that Rama defeated Ravana and achieved his victory of this day. Rama is believed to be the seventh incarnation of Lord Vishnu during the Treta yug. The legend goes that Rama, Lakshmana and a troupe of monkeys led by Hanuman fought the army of Ravana, the ruler of Srilanka for ten days and finally became victorious on the tenth day with the killing of Ravana and freed Sita from his clutches. So this festival is regarded as the victory of the good over the evil.

how it is celebrated:

The Dusshera happens to be celebrated about twenty days before Diwali. It also coincides with Ramlila where the characters of Rama, Sita, Lakshamana and Hanuman beautifully dressed in the legendry costumes are taken out in processions and plays involving the scenes from Ramayana are enacted for several days before the Dussehra festival which finally culminated in the burning of the effigy of the Ravana on the tenth day after the navaratris. Recitations and music highlighting the life and actions of the legendry hero Rama are played during the intervening period before the Dussehra. In the Indian capital, Delhi the processions finally lead to the Ramlila grounds, a sprawling open ground in the centre of the capital where the effigies of Ravana and his brother Meghadoota and others are burnt towards the evening. An arrow carrying fire is hit on the effigies by the characters dressed as Rama and Lakshmana to burn the effigies which are already stuffed with fireworks and crackers which explode with a deafening sound. Thousands of spectators stand around to cheer the occasion and finally leave for their homes happily.
How Dussehra is celebrated in Kulu and Kangra:

In Himachal Pradesh, Kulu has a special attraction on the occasion of Dussehra. The celebration is magnificent against the backdrop of the snow-capped Himalayan mountains. The people of Kulu valley coming from the villages around the area are seen in the best of their colourful dresses. The local deities are taken in procession with the blaring sounds of musical pipes and drums.

Dussehra in Mysore :

The best place to watch and enjoy the festivities of Dussehra festival is Mysore where th celebration is a tradition beginning from the medieval times. It is a great show pomp and pageantry here. Mysore Dussehra or Nadahabba is the official state festival of Karnataka state. Dussehra celebrations were first started here in the 15th century by the Vijayanagar kings. In 2010, the 400th year of its celebration were held with great pomp and show. In Mysore, the idol of goddess Chamundeshwari is on golden plaque on the top of a decorated elephant . The idol is first worshipped by the royal couple as per tradition and the procession is taken around the Mysore streets. There are colourful tableaux which accompanied by dance troupes and musical bands. The procession starts from the Mysore Palace and ends at a place called Bannimantap where the banni tree is worshipped. It is believed that the Pandavas hid their weapons in the banni tree during the one year of their exile when they had to live incognito.

Tuesday, 26 September 2017

जीवन को मंगलमय बनाने के लिए करें मां कालरात्रि की पूजा

दुर्गा जी का सातवां स्वरूप मां कालरात्रि है. इनका रंग काला होने के कारण ही इन्हें कालरात्रि कहा गया और असुरों के राजा रक्तबीज का वध करने के लिए देवी दुर्गा ने अपने तेज से इन्हें उत्पन्न किया था. इनकी पूजा शुभ फलदायी होने के कारण इन्हें 'शुभंकारी' भी कहते हैं.

मान्यता है कि माता कालरात्रि की पूजा करने से मनुष्य समस्त सिद्धियों को प्राप्त कर लेता है. माता कालरात्रि पराशक्तियों (काला जादू) की साधना करने वाले जातकों के बीच बेहद प्रसिद्ध हैं. मां की भक्ति से दुष्टों का नाश होता है और ग्रह बाधाएं दूर हो जाती हैं.
असुरों को वध करने के लिए दुर्गा मां बनी कालरात्रि 
देवी कालरात्रि का शरीर रात के अंधकार की तरह काला है इनके बाल बिखरे हुए हैं और इनके गले में विधुत की माला है. इनके चार हाथ हैं जिसमें इन्होंने एक हाथ में कटार और एक हाथ में लोहे का कांटा धारण किया हुआ है. इसके अलावा इनके दो हाथ वरमुद्रा और अभय मुद्रा में है. इनके तीन नेत्र है तथा इनके श्वास से अग्नि निकलती है. कालरात्रि का वाहन गर्दभ(गधा) है.
मां कालरात्रि की उत्पत्ति की कथा
कथा के अनुसार दैत्य शुंभ-निशुंभ और रक्तबीज ने तीनों लोकों में हाहाकार मचा रखा था. इससे चिंतित होकर सभी देवतागण शिव जी के पास गए. शिव जी ने देवी पार्वती से राक्षसों का वध कर अपने भक्तों की रक्षा करने को कहा. शिव जी की बात मानकर पार्वती जी ने दुर्गा का रूप धारण किया और शुंभ-निशुंभ का वध कर दिया. परंतु जैसे ही दुर्गा जी ने रक्तबीज को मारा उसके शरीर से निकले रक्त से लाखों रक्तबीज उत्पन्न हो गए. इसे देख दुर्गा जी ने अपने तेज से कालरात्रि को उत्पन्न किया. इसके बाद जब दुर्गा जी ने रक्तबीज को मारा तो उसके शरीर से निकलने वाले रक्त को कालरात्रि ने अपने मुख में भर लिया और सबका गला काटते हुए रक्तबीज का वध कर दिया.
मां को गुड़ का भोग प्रिय है
सप्तमी तिथि के दिन भगवती की पूजा में गुड़ का नैवेद्य अर्पित करके ब्राह्मण को दे देना चाहिए. ऐसा करने से पुरुष शोकमुक्त हो सकता है.
शुभकामना को पूरा करेगा मां कालरात्रि का ये मंत्र
नवरात्र के सातवें दिन मां कालरात्रि की उपासना इस मंत्र से करनी चाहिए: 
एकवेणी जपाकर्णपूरा नग्ना खरास्थिता, लम्बोष्टी कर्णिकाकर्णी तैलाभ्यक्तशरीरिणी।
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Navaratri 2017 day six: How to worship the sixth form of the Goddess: Katyayani

Chandra Hasojvalakara Shardul Var Vahna |
Katyayini Shubham Dadhya Devi Dan Vaghatini ||

Divine Goddess Katyayini is the sixth manifestation of Durga and one of the prominent deities among Navdurga. She is grandly Worshiped on the sixth day of Navratri pooja. Her appearance is immensely majestic and divine. She is represented with four-arms. Her upper left hand holds sword and lower left hand represents lotus-flower. Her upper right hand is in Abhaymudra, and lower right hand is in Barmudra. Lion is her procession. Her appearance is imagined with pink Saree wearing white rosary on her neck. Goddess Katyayani also represents divine power for demolishing tyranny and torments of demons and giants. Worshipping this Goddess on the sixth day of Navratri Puja bestows desired husband and accomplishes other true wishes. Worshippers and Sadhak enters in 'Agya Chakra' worshipping Goddess Katyayini on the sixth day of Navratri Pooja. Her grandeur is infinite. She is highly generous toward her worshippers and devotees.
According to Hindu Mythology, it is believed that long time ago there was a renowned sage called 'Maharashi Kat'. Rishi Katya was son of Maharshi Kat, and under clan of Katya a prominent rishi was born with name 'Katyayan'. Rishi Katyayan was a great devotee of Devi Bhagwati (Durga) and performed eras of hard penance to delight her. When Goddess Bhagwati was pleased by his devotion, he prayed Goddess to take birth as his daughter. Goddess Bhagwati accepted and accomplished his wish. At home of Rishi Katyayan, Devi Bhagwati was born as his daughter. After some eras, when tyranny of demon Mahisasur crossed the limitation, all deities including Brahma, Vishnu and Mahesh requested Devi Durga to end the torment of Mahishashur. Devi Katyayani (manifestation of Durga) took this horn on her shoulder and destroyed devils. Being the daughter of her great devotee Rishi Katya, she became prominent with name 'Katyayini'.
Delightful Devi Katyayini bestows copious fruitful results to her devotees. On the auspicious sixth day of Navratri Pooja, devotees grandly perform Pooja and offer customs, rituals to this divine Goddess. It is also believed that while worshipping Devi Katyayini on the Shashti (sixth day) of Durga Pooja, devotees feel presence of Agya Chakra in their mind and soul. Agya Chakra shows the light to devotees to completely sacrifice everything for Goddess Katyayini. Through this Chakra, devotees get influenced for Sampurna Atmadan (Absolute self-sacrifice) at asylum of devi Katyayini. The feeling of absolute self-sacrifice wins heart of this divine Devi and she accomplishes true desires of her devotees. Her regular devotees certainly get eminent position on earth. Offer your devotion and dedication to majestic Devi Katyayini on sixth day of Durga Puja and get glorious fruits. Jai Katyayini Maa!

Sunday, 24 September 2017

Worship Maa Skandamata on the fifth day of Navaratri

The 5th day of Navratri is dedicated to Goddess Skandamata, the 5th manifestation of Goddess Durga and the mother of Lord Kartikeya, who was chosen by the devatas as their commander in chief in the war against the demons. The image of Devi Skandamata portrays Her holding Lord Skanda in his infant form and a lotus in her right hand. She has four arms, three eyes and a bright complexion. She is also called as Padamasani since She is often depicted seated on a lotus flower in a her idol. She is also worshiped in the form of Parvati, Maheshwari or Mata Gauri. The left arm of the goddess is in a pose to grant boons with grace to her devotees.

The legend says that Tarkasur, a great demon, once pleased Lord Brahma with his great devotion and extremely tough penance. He asked Lord Brahma to shower His blessings and make him immortal. Lord Brahma denied him this blessing, saying none can escape death. Tarkasur acted smart and asked for the death by the son of Lord Shiva, since he thought Lord Shiva would never get married. Tarkasur started tormenting the people on the earth. Fearing his strength would cause destructions, the devatas requested Lord Shiva to get married. He agreed and married Goddess Parvati. Their child, Lord Kartikeya/ Skand Kumar, demolished Tarkasur. Devi Skandmata is a symbol of the mother-son relationship.

By worshipping Her, you get immense love and affection from her and gets all his desires fulfilled. You may attain supreme joy even in this very mortal world. Her worship automatically includes the worship of Lord Kartikeya (in his child form). 

Chant this mantra to worship Goddess Skandamata...

सिंघासनगता नित्यम पद्माश्रितकरद्वया |
शुभदास्तु सदा देवी स्कन्द माता यशश्विनी ||

Siṅghāsanagatā nityama padmāśritakaradvayā |
śubhadāstu sadā dēvī skanda mātā yaśaśvinī ||

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Saturday, 23 September 2017

Goddess Kushmanda: Fourth day of Navaratri Festival

Kushmanda Devi is worshipped on the 4th day of Navratri festival (nine nights of Nava Durga) and she is the fourth manifestation of Goddess Durga. Her name signifies her importance, “Ku” (little), “ushma” (energy or warmth) and “anda” (cosmic egg); basically it means with her divine smile she has created the whole universe in the form of a cosmic egg. Goddess Kushmanda is also called as Smaanda Devi, Adi Shakti and Ashtabhuja Devi.

Appearance and Power of Maa Kushmanda:
The Goddess, with eight hands (hence the name Ashta bhuja) holding a discus, an arrow, a bow, a sword, a mace, a lotus and a jar of honey, riding on a lion (that depicts Dharma) and shining like a glowing Sun gives light in all directions. Her eighth hand holds a rosary that blesses her devotees with Ashta Siddhis (eight-types of wisdom’s) and Navasiddhis (eight-types of wealth). It is believed that she improves the health and grants wealth and strength to her followers.And so, she is worshipped on fourth day of Navaratri where devotees keep their mind in spiritual practice worshipping her to improve one’s health and strength, gives true knowledge, destroys negative ego’s/habits and bowing to her with forgiveness. She is the first being of the entire universe and the only creator of the universe.
Legend behind Goddess Kushmanda:
                  Lord Vishnu with the help of Devi Kushmanda was able to create the whole universe. She with her little and divine smile created the universe in the form of an egg when there was no existence of any creation and in every direction there was only darkness. Her divine smile blossomed to light up the entire universe in all directions like rays of the sun. As she created the universe in the form of an egg or anda, she is known as Adi Shakti. There is a saying that she gives direction to Sun God, Surya as she gives brightness and illumination by her luminosity and hence she resides in the core of Surya. Her body glows with a golden color complexion and a shining face. She removes all sufferings and sorrows from your life and grants strength and prosperity.
Worship Goddess Kushmanda:
                     She is worshipped in the form of a Kaalash and flowers are offered. White pumpkin is considered as sacred offering to Kushmanda Devi and her divine abode resides in Bhimaparvat. Lord Shiva and Lord Brahma are also worshipped after the Devi puja.
To seek the blessings of Goddess Kushmanda, chant the given mantra:
(Yādēvīsarvabhūtēṣumāmkushmandarūpēṇasansthitā |
Namastasyainamastasyainamastasyainamōnama: ||)
The mantra means: Worship her to obtain and be blessed with inner strength, good health and prosperity.
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