Unknown avatars of Vishnu

Unknown avatars of Vishnu Namaste friends, how are you doing today? Welcome to #BhagavanBhakthi website / blog. Bhagavan Lord Sri Vishnu blessings to you and your family! In this website / blog, you will always learn about #Hinduism #Sanskrit language. Also subscribe to my YouTube channel #BhagavanBhakthi to view videos about #Hinduism #Sanskrit language. My dear friends, Lord Vishnu has taken infinite number of avatars and will take infinite number of avatars in the future also. Whenever there is Adharma (Going against Dharma, lawlessness, injustice, vileness, etc.) on this earth, Lord Vishnu has promised he will definitely take avatar on this earth. The main purpose of his avatars will be either to annihilate the Adharmis and also to re-establish the Dharma on this earth or both. Lord Vishnu will always save the Sadhus (Followers of Dharma), Sajjanas (Dharmic people), devotees etc. on this earth and similarly he will end the atrocities against the Sadhus, Sajjanas, devotees, etc. Now let us know the "unknown avatars of Vishnu". This...
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Shukla Paksha (Waxing) & Krishna Paksha (Waning) meaning

Shukla Paksha (Waxing) & Krishna Paksha (Waning) meaning Namaste friends, how are you doing today? Welcome to #BhagavanBhakthi website / blog. Bhagavan Lord Sri Vishnu blessings to you and your family! My dear friends, just moving forward to know about "Shukla Paksha (Waxing) & Krishna Paksha (Waning) meaning", Let us have very small brief about Hinduism (Sanatana Dharma). Hinduism is the most perfect Dharma on this earth. Hinduism is not a religion. Hinduism is called as Sanatana Dharma as it is present since the "aadi kalam" (unknown time frame) and will definitely last long for the "ananta kalam" (unknown infinite time frame). This means Sanatana Dharma is eternal, everlasting, never-ending, endless, perpetual, undying, immortal, imperishable, etc. I am not at all talking about religion here. I want to make you understand the words Shukla Paksha and Krishna Paksha and thus I am using the names like Dharma, Lord Vishnu etc. Sanatana also means which is opposite of 'anatha', that is, orphan. Sanatana Dharma can never be...
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What all things came out of samudra manthan (Churning of ocean)

What all things came out of samudra manthan Namaste friends, how are your doing today? Bhagavan Sri Vishnu blessings to you and your family! The real legend and classic समुद्र मंथन / ಸಮುದ್ರ ಮಂಥನ / samudra manthana (Samudra Manthana / Churning of ocean) is one of the popular phenomenon in Hinduism (Sanatana Dharma). This has been very clearly explained in Hindu Shastras (Hindu divine books) like Srimad Bhagavatam (Sri Vishnu Purana). The Samudra Manthana explains the origin of Amrita (Ambrosia), Kalpavriksha etc. (More names we will see below). Samudra Manthana episode shows both greed and need, that is, Rakshasas (Demons) showed the greed, whereas Devatas (Demigods) showed their need. Here Samudra Manthana = Ocean + Churning, that is churning of the ocean. Samudra Manthana is also known as Sagara Manthana or Kshira Sagara Manthana. Some people call it as simply 'Amrita Manthana'. Bhagavan Sri Vishnu made the Mandara parvata (mountain) the churning rod and Vasuki (Lord Shiva's neck snake) the rope, and svayam Bhagavan Sri Vishnu...
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Famous Vishnu temples in India (With deity images / pics)

Famous Vishnu temples in India (With deity images / pics) Namaste friends, how are you doing today? Bhagavan Sri Vishnu blessings to you and your family! India (Bharat) is full of divine temples, starting from Jammu & Kashmir up to Kanyakumari and from Gujarat up to Arunachal Pradesh. A Devalaya or Mandir or Hindu temple is not just a religious place, but a scientific significance for every human and living being on this earth. Hindu temple is a structure designed to bring human beings and Devatas (Demigods) together, using symbolism to express the ideas and beliefs of Hinduism. This divine Hindu symbolism and structure of the Hindu temples are rooted way back to Vedic traditions. A Hindu temple incorporates all elements of the Hindu cosmos, that is, presenting the good, the evil and the human and as well as the elements of the Hindu sense of cyclic time and the essence of life. These are symbolically presenting Dharma, Kama, Artha, Moksha, and finally Karma. Today let us know...
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What are Vaikuntha Ekadashi unknown facts (Mukkoti Ekadashi) (Vaikuntha North door Darshanam)

What are Vaikuntha Ekadashi unknown facts (Mukkoti Ekadashi) (Vaikuntha North door Darshanam) Namaste friends, how are you doing today? Bhagavan Sri Vishnu blessings to you and your family! Just before going to know about "What is Vaikuntha Ekadashi (Mukkoti Ekadashi) (Vaikuntha North door Darshanam)", let us have a brief about Ekadashi. Ekadashi in Sanskrit means the 11th lunar day (tithi) in Hindu calendar (Panchang) that occurs twice in a lunar month both in Shukla paksha (bright fortnight) as well as in Krishna paksha (dark fortnight). This means, we normally get two Ekadashi days in a lunar month (Chandraman Panchang) and thus, in a year there will be 24 Ekadashi days. Whereas, sometimes even more Ekadashis days are found, that is because whenever there is Adhika masam (Extra month) as per lunar calendar (Chandraman Panchang / Chandramana Panchanga). List of Vaikuntha Ekadashi unknown facts are as given below: Ekadashi is the most favourite day of Lord Vishnu Ekadashi is also known as Hari Din Ekadashi day has given...
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What are Lord Vishnu characteristics (Lakshanas)

What are Lord Vishnu characteristics (Lakshanas) Namaste friends, how are you doing today? Bhagavan Sri Vishnu blessings to you and your family! How can someone can know about the characteristics of Lord Vishnu. Can we know about Lord Vishnu from our parents? Can we know about Lord Vishnu from our Guru? Can we know about Lord Vishnu by reading the Hindu scriptures like Vedas, Mahabharata, Ramayana, Puranas, Upanishads, etc. Can we know about Lord Vishnu by seeing his deities in Tirupati (Srinivas, Venkatesh), Pandarpur (Panduranga, Vittala), Udupi (Sri Udupi Krishna), Dwarka (Dwarkadhish), Badrinath (Badri Narayan), Mathura (Sri Krishna), Srirangam (Sri Ranganatha), Puri (Sri Jagannath), etc. Can we know about Lord Vishnu in our dreams, or how can we know about Lord Vishnu? Our Shastras like Vedas, Mahabharata, Ramayana, Puranas, Upanishads, etc. tell that, we can know about Lord Vishnu by knowing his characteristics, by knowing his attributes, by knowing his qualities. This is the best means of understanding, endearing, loving Lord Vishnu. The everlasting, real and precise...
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Why should we know about God (Lord Vishnu)

Why should we know about God (Lord Vishnu) Namaste friends, how are you doing today? Bhagavan Sri Vishnu blessings to you and your family! This question is highly important and this question is been asked since the 'aadi kalam' (grand unknown time) and will be asked until the 'ananta kalam' (grand infinite time). But, we should always remember that, why a question is raised, then answer for that question will be also available for the person who really wants to know the correct answer(s) as per Hindu Sanatana Dharma texts. Hindu God Bhagavan Sri Vishnu is present since the 'aadi kalam' and will be present until the 'ananta kalam'. Lord Vishnu is known as 'guna paripurna', that is, he is having all the infinite qualities and no other Devatas (Demigods) is having such all the qualities. Thus, Hindu Sanatana Dharma always says to know the corrects as per the Hindu scriptures and not the answer(s) given by a particular person(s) from his / her own...
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List of Ekadashi fasting (upavasam) days names

List of Ekadashi fasting (upavasam) days names Namaste friends, how are you doing today? Bhagavan Sri Vishnu blessings to you and your family! Let us learn the "List of Ekadashi fasting (upavasam) days": “Hari din / Day of Hari – Ekadashi upavasam / fasting”. Namaste mitragan / friends, first let us know the meaning of "Upavasam" – “Upavasam” means, one should stay away from the banned things and should always think and do only the works which will make Sri Vishnu / Sri Hari / Sri Krishna / Sri Rama happy. The bhoga (luxury, lust etc.) things should not be done and used in any way at all on the GREAT Ekadashi fasting / Upavasam day. When does the GREAT Ekadashi Vrata starts - When does the GREAT Ekadashi Vrata starts - Ekadhashi Vrata begins with the sankalpam on the Dashami day and then fasting on the Ekadashi day and doing Parana on Dwadashi day.  Since it is spread over three days it got the name 'Dinatraya' (here...
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List of fasting (upavasam) names with meaning in Hinduism

List of fasting (upavasam) names with meaning in Hinduism Namaste friends, how are you doing today? Bhagavan Sri Vishnu blessings to you and your family! First of all, let us understand, what is fasting (upavasam) as per Hindu Sanatana Dharma? The meaning of "Upavasam" is that one should stay away from the banned things and should always think and only do the works which will make Bhagavan Sri Vishnu happy. No bhoga (luxury, lust etc.) things should be done on the fasting (upavasam) day(s). Only things related to Bhagavan Sri Vishnu should be done, like reading about the Sanatana Dharma grantas (especially related to Bhagavan Sri Vishnu), listening the pastimes of Sri Hari etc. During the fasting (upavasam) day(s), one should avoid over eating, applying oil on any part of the body, sleeping during day time, drinking lots of water etc. On the Great Ekadashi day, one should not have the teertha more than once (remember only teertha can be taken that too only once and...
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What are Lord Hayagriva unknown facts

What are Lord Hayagriva unknown facts Namaste friends, how are you doing today? Bhagavan Sri Vishnu blessings to you and your family! First let us know the meaning of the name Hayagriva: Hayagriva = Haya + Griva = Horse + Neck. This means, Bhagavan Sri Vishnu in the avatar of Hayagriva is in the form of Horse headed Supreme God of knowledge and wisdom. On Shravana Shukla Purnima (Full Moon day in the Lunar month of Shravana Masam / month) is recognized as Lord Hayagriva Jayanti, that is: This is the day Bhagavan Sri Vishnu took the avatar / incarnated as Bhagavan Sri Hayagriva and restored lost Vedas and the day generally coincides with Upakarma. Bhagavan Sri Hayagriva also means the one who has the most divine and most beautiful throat (Hayagriva = Haya's griva = Horse's throat) from where all the divine knowledge (Vedas etc.) has been articulated and has been demonstrated. Bhagavan Sri Vishnu in His avatar as Bhagavan Sri Hayagriva has killed the...
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