Ashadhi Ekadashi and Vithoba (Panduranga) of Pandharpur

Hari Om Ashadhi Ekadashi is one of the most important religious festivals that is celebrated with grandness in Maharashtra and other parts of India. This ceremony is generally held at Pandharpur where a huge number of devotees gather to celebrate the festival. It is a religious procession festival which is held every year during the … Continue reading Ashadhi Ekadashi and Vithoba (Panduranga) of Pandharpur

Philosophy of RÂSA (Rasakreeda or Rasalila) – From The Bhagavata Purana

Hari Om The Bhagavata Purana - SKANDHA X. CHAP. 29-33. Suka said: — "Seeing those autumnal nights, gay with Mallika flowers, Bhagavân wished to enjoy Himself by resort to Yogamâyâ." (It looks odd that there should be a show of conquering the God of love by enjoyment of others' wives. But it is really not … Continue reading Philosophy of RÂSA (Rasakreeda or Rasalila) – From The Bhagavata Purana

SIVA TATTVA

Hari Om Om Namassivaya! In Me the universe had its origin, In Me alone the whole subsists; In Me it is lost—Siva, The Timeless, it is I Myself, Sivoham! Sivoham! Sivoham! Salutations to Lord Siva, the vanquisher of Cupid, the bestower of eternal bliss and immortality, the protector of all beings, destroyer of sins, the … Continue reading SIVA TATTVA

Beneficial Vedic and Spiritual Guidelines as per Dharmasastra

Hari Om General Guidelines : 1. Performing special rituals at your family deity temple, - such as lighting mavillaku, abhishegam, santhana kappu and annadhanam, will bring more benefits. If there is a tank at the temple, take a bath in it or sprinkle the tank water on your head before going for darshan. Always buy … Continue reading Beneficial Vedic and Spiritual Guidelines as per Dharmasastra