What is Nahusha story (Nahusha Arrogance story)

What is Nahusha story (Nahusha Arrogance story)

What is Nahusha story (Nahusha Arrogance story) Namaste friends, how are your doing today? Bhagavan Sri Vishnu blessings to you and your family! The story of Nahusha, the son of Aayu and father of the Yayati, clearly shows us what un-attainable high positions one can achieve as long as he has vinayam / humbleness and what drastic downfall can happen if one has ahankar / arrogance. Nahusha was raised in his childhood by the great Brahmarshi Vashishtha. Since he was unaffected by happiness or sorrow and did not feel the slightest ahankar / arrogance when once Devatas / Demigods praised him in his childhood, he was named Nahusha (Here, Na means can't be affected and husha means happiness or sorrow. This means, he is someone who can't be affected by both happiness or sorrow.) He learnt all shastras (Techniques etc.) and after his education became the King. Due to his great qualities, his fame spread quickly in all the directions. Everyone was in praise of him,...
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What is King Shibi, dove and eagle (birds) story

What is King Shibi, dove and eagle (birds) story

What is King Shibi, dove and eagle (birds) story Namaste friends, how are your doing today? Bhagavan Sri Vishnu blessings to you and your family! Before starting the story of the Great Raja Shibi, first let us know few important points of this Great Raja Shibi: 1. Raja Shibi belonged the great vamsha / family of the Bharata Chakravarti. 2. Raja Shibi was from the great vamsha vruksha / family tree of the Chandra vamsha / Chandra family tree. 3. Raja Shibi’s father name was Ushirava. Raja Shibi was a dharmishtta (righteous), satyavaadi (truthful), nyaayavaadi (always sincere) and always was a follower of what he had promised earlier. As said above Raja Shibi comes in the lineage of Bharata Chakravarti. Raja Shibi was very famous for his satyavaada (truthfulness), nyaayavaada (always sincere), and always was a follower of Sanatana Dharma and what he has promised earlier.   Svayam Dharmaraja Sri Yama Deva himself decided to test the capability, mind power, character etc of Raja Shibi.  Once when the Raja...
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What is Dushyant Shakuntala story

What is Dushyant Shakuntala story

What is Dushyant Shakuntala story Namaste friends, how are your doing today? Bhagavan Sri Vishnu blessings to you and your family! First, let us understand the meaning of the beautiful name “Shakuntala”: “Shakunta” means a beautiful bird and ‘la’ means protected. Thus “Shakuntala” means “someone who is protected by birds”. In Hinduism and Sanatana Dharma Shakuntala is one of the main characters. Shakuntala is the maata / mother of Chakravarti / Emperor Bharata Chakravarti and also Shakuntala is the wife of Maharaja Dushyanta.  Maharaja Dushyanta was the founder of the Paurava vamsha / family (Paurava Dynasty). Shakuntala was the daughter of the Great Maharshi Vishvamitra and Sri Menaka Devi.  (One should remember that the Great Maharshi Vishvamitra was indeed seduced by the Indraloka’s divine Devi Sri Menaka. This happened as per the wishes of Bhagavan Sri Maha Vishnu. If someone great has to be born means, then his / her parents also need to be great / daivi / divine.) (Since Shakuntala was indeed daivi / divine /...
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How Dhruv became pole (celestial) star story | Why Dhruv did tapasya (penance) at young age

How Dhruv became pole (celestial) star story | Why Dhruv did tapasya (penance) at young age

How Dhruv became pole (celestial) star story | Why Dhruv did tapasya (penance) at young age Namaste friends, how are your doing today? Bhagavan Sri Vishnu blessings to you and your family! Bhagavan Srimann Narayana created Sri Chatur Mukha Brahma Deva (chatur - four, mukha - face). And in turn Sri Chatur Mukha Brahma Deva created Manu (Here it should be noted from the word Manu, English word Man has come). Manu had two putras (sons), namely Priyavrata and Uttanapada. Uttanapada had two patnis (wives), there naanam (names) were Suniti and Suruchi. Suniti's putra (son) naanam (name) was Dhruva and whereas the naamam (name) of the Suniti's putra (son) was Uttama.  had more attraction towards Suruchi then Suniti. Thus Suruchi had command over the Suniti and his putra (son) Dhruva and also some control over her pati (husband) Uttanapada. Once Suruchi's putra (son) was sitting on the lap of his father. As a five year old even the other putra (son) Dhruva would like to sit on the...
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Why we should not do anything without prior consent (Shankha and Likhita brothers story)

Why we should not do anything without prior consent (Shankha and Likhita brothers story)

Why we should not do anything without prior consent (Shankha and Likhita brothers story) Namaste friends, how are your doing today? Bhagavan Sri Vishnu blessings to you and your family! Let's understand great knowledge by knowing one good story from our Hindu Puranas. Once upon a time, there were two brothers Shankha (elder) and Likhita (younger), who were Munis (Saints) and used to live in their respective ashramas (hermitages) on the banks of the river Bahuda. One day, the younger brother, Likhita, went to the Shankha’s ashrama (hermitage) and on not finding his brother, sat under a mango tree. He started eating one of its mangoes, without taking the consent and permission of the owner of the tree (Shankha). Shankha returned to his ashrama (hermitage) and found Likhita eating the mangoes. Shankha then told Likhita that, "one must never take the things which do not belong to them". He said “You should have eaten it only after taking my taking my consent and permission”. He further told Likhita...
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Kacha, Shukracharya & Devayani story | Alcohol consumption (effects) in Hinduism

Kacha, Shukracharya & Devayani story | Alcohol consumption (effects) in Hinduism

What is Kacha, Shukracharya & Devayani story | Alcohol consumption (effects) in Hinduism Namaste friends, how are you doing today? Welcome to #BhagavanBhakthi website / blog. Bhagavan Lord Sri Vishnu and Lord Shiva 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. Just before moving forward to know about "What is Kacha, Shukracharya & Devayani story | Alcohol consumption (effects) in Hinduism", let's know the meaning of Mritasanjivani. Daityas (Rakshasas) (demons) always fight against Devatas to satisfy their ill habits. The Daityas (Rakshasas) (demons) Guru is Śukrācārya (Shukracharya). Shukracharya knew the vidya (knowledge) of Mritasanjivani Vidya (mṛtasanjīvinī) (Knowledge about making death person alive). Shukracharya obtained the Mritasajivani Vidya (knowledge) by doing a long tapas (penance) of Lord Shiva. Using this vidya, Śukrācārya used to bring back the dead Daityas (Rakshasas) (demons) to life and save them. However the Devatas (Demigods)...
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List of Valmiki rishi unknown truths (From thief, how Valmiki became rishi)

List of Valmiki rishi unknown truths (From thief, how Valmiki became rishi)

List of Valmiki rishi unknown truths (From thief, how Valmiki became rishi) Namaste friends, how are your doing today? Bhagavan Sri Rama blessings to you and your family! List of Valmiki rishi unknown truths are as given below: Belongs to Maharishi Bhrigu family : Valmiki Rishi is from Maharishi Bhrigu family. Maharishi Bhrigu is son of Sri Brahma Deva and Sri Brahma Deva is the son of Bhagavan Sri Vishnu. Valmiki Rishi belongs to such a great family. Part of Goddess Lakshmi family : Valmiki Rishi took birth in the great family where Goddess Sri Maha Lakshmi Devi took avatar. Pracheta : Valmiki was born as Agni Sharma to a Brahmin family to Pracheta (Also known as Sumali) with Maharishi Bhrigu gotra. Aadi Kavi : Valmiki Rishi is known as the Aadi Kavi (Grand first Poet). He has been honored as the Aadi Kavi as he is the one who gave the divine Ramayana to the world. Valmiki Ramayana author : Valmiki Rishi is the author of...
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List of Manus and Manvantaras names (Sudharma story)

List of Manus and Manvantaras names (Sudharma story)

List of Manus and Manvantaras names (Sudharma story) Namaste friends, how are your doing today? Bhagavan Sri Vishnu blessings to you and your family! In very manvantara, a new Indra Deva is been appointed. This is just like a new PM is appointed to our nation in every 5 years. Once, Sri Indra Deva went to his Guru Sri Brishaspati, the teacher of the Devatas / Demigods, and asked: "I have heard that the Devatas / Demigods change from manvantara (era) to manvantara. Can you please tell me the names of the Devatas / Demigods and Sri Indra Devas who have ruled earlier?" "I am not that old," replied the Guru of Devatas / Demigods Sri Brihaspati. "I do not know the answer to your question. But there is a holy man named Sudharma. He knows everything and is bound to know the answer to your question. Let us go up to him and ask." Accompanied by the other Devatas / Demigods, Sri Indra Deva...
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What is Mohini, Lord Shiva, Bhasmasur story

What is Mohini, Lord Shiva, Bhasmasur story

What is Mohini, Lord Shiva, Bhasmasur story Namaste friends, how are you doing today? Lord Shiva and Bhagavan Sri Vishnu blessings to you and your family! Lord Shiva and Bhagavan Sri Maha Vishnu’s Mohini roopa Lord Shiva after Samudra Mathana, heard that Bhagavan Sri Maha Vishnu took the Mohini roopa to misguide the asuras and distributed the amrita among Devatas / Demigods. Lord Shiva also heard that the roopa of Bhagavan Sri Maha Vishnu as Mohini was so attracting, that no one in the past had ever seen such a roopa. Lord Shiva wanted to have a darshana of such a roopa of Mohini again. Thus, Lord Shiva went to Vaikuntha and asked Bhagavan Sri Maha Vishnu to show the Mohini roopa. Bhagavan Sri Maha Vishnu told him that Lord Shiva could not sustain that attractive Mohini roopa. But Lord Shiva demanded and pleaded again and again. Thus finally Bhagavan Sri Maha Vishnu told Lord Shiva to come the next morning... Next morning, Lord Shiva was sitting...
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After punishment in hell (Naraka) why suffering on earth

After punishment in hell (Naraka) why suffering on earth

After punishment in hell (Naraka) why suffering on earth Namaste friends, how are your doing today? Bhagavan Sri Vishnu blessings to you and your family! This is a common question in most of the human beings today, especially the agnanis / less knowledgeable people of Kali Yuga, will always have this question in his / her mind. If Yama Deva gives all the shiksha / punishment to us in the Naraka, then why we need to suffer on this earth also? Why so much hardships on earth also?  Why as been humans or been any animals or plants or any living or non-living organisms, why we need to suffer so much on this earth? (yes, even non-living beings have to suffer on this earth). This is very well and beautifully explained in both the Great Mahabharata and also in Garuda Purana. Dear friends, there's huge hierarchy even in the paapa / sin: For small paapa / sin, punishment is different. For big paapa / sin, punishment is different. For a robber,...
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