Gayatri Mantra with (correct) meaning and uses

Gayatri Mantra with (correct) meaning and uses

Gayatri Mantra with (correct) meaning and uses Namaste friends, how are you doing today? Welcome to #BhagavanBhakthi website / blog. Bhagavan Lord Sri Krishna blessings to you and your family! In this website / blog, you will always learn about #Hinduism #Sanskrit language. Also subscribe to my YouTube channel from this link #BhagavanBhakthi to view videos about #Hinduism #Sanskrit language. Gayatri Mantra is without any question is the most well-known Vaidika (Vaidik) mantra in the unlimited universes. According to sampradaya / tradition, Gayatri Mantra is taught to a young boy (about eight years old approximately) at the time of - his Upanayana (Yagnopaveetham Dhaarana / wearing the Yagnopaveetham / Janeu) or Brahmopadesham.  Thus giving that young boy adhikara / authority to do Veda-adhyayana. (Studying Vedas and other scriptures according to sampradaya / traditional manner).  However, Gayatri Mantra's popularity goes beyond the narrow limitations of religion, sect or caste.  Gayatri Mantra is universally revered as ‘Veda mAta’ (mother of all the Vedas) or the Genesis of all Vedas.  To appreciate this...
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What are Mahabharata unknown secrets

What are Mahabharata unknown secrets

What are Mahabharata unknown secrets Namaste friends, how are you doing today? Bhagavan Sri Vishnu blessings to you and your family! The Great Mahabharata is written by Sri Veda Vyasa Ji (He is an avatar of Bhagavan Sri Vishnu). Veda Vyasa means, he is someone who separates the divine Vedas, so that the Kali Yuga people can understand in the much better way, as the Kali Yuga people are the least intelligent. Here Veda = Divine Vedas, Vyasa = Someone who separates (who makes more and more simpler). Mahabharata is full of deep and unknown secrets. Starting from the birth of Pandavas, Bhagavan Sri Krishna until the end of the great epic Mahabharata is full of divine secrets. Only a person who has the blessings of Bhagavan Sri Vishnu / Krishna can understand more easily. Let us now start. There are unlimited number of deep secrets about the Great Granta "Mahabharata". Let us know few of them: 1. Sri Krishna's birth: Sri Krishna didn't took birth from the...
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Who killed whom in Mahabharata

Who killed whom in Mahabharata

Who killed whom in Mahabharata Namaste Sajjanas, how are you doing today? Bhagavan Sri Krishna blessings to you and your family! Mahabharata is the greatest epic that the mankind has ever heard and witnessed. Mahabharata says millions of people were killed in this great 'dharma yuddha' (Dharma war). Starting from Duryodhana, Shakuni, Dusshasana, Karna, Jayadrata, etc etc etc all were slayed down only because of their 'adharma karya' (Adharma works). Mahabharata teaches great lesson, that whatever we sow, same we will get as the fruits. If we do good Karma, we will get good fruits. If we do bad Karma, we will get fruits as per our bad Karmas. In Hindi there is a saying, "Jaise karni, waise bharni", means, the fruits we get depends on our type of works / Karmas (good or bad). Let us know, who killed who in Mahabharata. Let us consider during the Mahabharata war and also during other situation during the Mahabharata period. Ø    Putana - She was killed by Sri Krishna. She...
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List of avatars in Mahabharata

List of avatars in Mahabharata

Which deities (Devatas) took avatar in Mahabharata Namaste friends, how are you doing today? Bhagavan Sri Krishna blessings to you and your family! Mahabharata is the greatest epic that the mankind has ever known. This is written by Bhagavan Sri Veda Vyasa ji, who is an avatar of Bhagavan Sri Vishnu. In the great epic Mahabharata we can learn everything starting from birth, death and even after birth lessons. This is the greatness of the great epic Mahabharata. Mahabharata means, "Great Bharata" (Great India). Whenever Bhagavan Sri Vishnu takes avatar, all the deities / Devatas also take avatars to do seva (serve) to Bhagavan Sri Vishnu. Let us know which all deities / Devatas took birth during the Mahabharata period: List of avatars in Mahabharata are as given below: Krishna: Bhagavan Sri Narayana Vedavyasa: Bhagavan Sri Narayana Parashurama: Bhagavan Sri Narayana Yudhisthira: Lord Yamadeva Bhima: Lord Vayudeva. He is same as Sri Hanuman during Ramayana period. Devi: She was wife of Bhima and was an avatar of Rakaa (She is a Poornima...
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