What Hinduism says about education

What Hinduism says about education

What Hinduism says about education Namaste friends, how are your doing today? Bhagavan Sri Vishnu blessings to you and your family! A person who does Vidya-daanam (teaching) to a satpatra (deserved one), is considered to be a Shreshtha (great). Because of such a Vidya-daata (Teacher), 100 Vamshams (families) will be saved.  Of the daatas (donator) a Vidya-pradata (someone who teaches or a teacher) is like Bhagavan Sri Maha Vishnu in Devatas, Sri Maha Lakshmi in stri-jaati (among Devis). In the previous Kalpam, there used to be a Brahmin by name “Sangira”. He used to do dustarkam (misconduct) with Panditas (Learned Brahmins).  Though he didn't have enough gnyaanam (knowledge) he used to have durahankaram (arrogance) that he was a Gnyaani (knowledgeable man). He was a Hetuvaadi (the rationalist). He never thought about paramartham (ultimate truth) and always tried to do dustarkam (misconduct) and show his ill-greatness. He used to do Veda-ninda (The abuse of the Vedas)! He used to say Vedas were written by humans!! Similarly Smrutis.  He also...
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What Hinduism says about afternoon (daytime) sleep

What Hinduism says about afternoon (daytime) sleep

What Hinduism say about afternoon (daytime) sleep Namaste friends, how are your doing today? Bhagavan Sri Krishna blessings to you and your family! Once the BAALAKA (child) SRI KRISHNA PARAMAATMA was playing with his sakhas (friends).  He used to play the games like Raja and Sainika, Sipaahi and Chora (thief), etc.  While playing one such game, Sri Krishna had to hide himself somewhere. Sri Krishna saw a house who's main door was opened.  Thus Sri Krishna entered that house and hide himself inside that house. In that house Sri Krishna saw a young woman, who is the daughter-in-law of that house was sleeping. Sri Krishna thought a plan to teach that lady a good lesson of not to sleep in the afternoons. Sri Krishna stole all the curds which was kept in that house and ate it.  And at last he took some curds and wiped to the mouth of the daughter-in-law and went out of the house just like an innocent child. After sometime the mother-in-law saw...
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What is the importance of time in Hinduism

What is the importance of time in Hinduism

What is the importance of time in Hinduism Namaste friends, how are your doing today? Bhagavan Sri Vishnu blessings to you and your family! Kaala Mahima (the glory of time) is great. Kaalam / time is unavoidable, unbreachable and un-surpassable.  Only the Bhagavan Sri Maha Vishnu has control of it. Sri Adi Sesha Naaga, the bearer of the worlds, is the Kaala (time) swarupam and if you notice Lakshmana and Balarama who were the Sri Adi Sesha Naaga’s avatars were always with the Paramaatma Sri Raama and Sri Krishna respectively.  Under the influence of Kaalam / time, even great mighty warrior like Arjuna was not able to defeat mere thieves.  Bhagavan Sri Krishna’s brother Satyaki and Krutaverma were one of the greatest yaadavas. Yet in the end they had to obey the result of their karma (because of muni shaapam / curse for their arrogance, die in a petty fight amongst each other). Arjuna arrives after the end of the avatar of Bhagavan Sri Krishna at Dvaraka....
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List of different Yugas with meaning in Hinduism

List of different Yugas with meaning in Hinduism

List of different Yugas with meaning in Hinduism Namaste friends, how are your doing today? Bhagavan Sri Vishnu blessings to you and your family! There are four yugas (eras). They are known as Satya yuga or Krita yuga, Treta yuga, Dwapara yuga and Kali yuga. In the Satya Yuga, 99% of the people will follow the Dharma. In Treta Yuga, 50% - 80% of the people will follow Dharma. In Dwapara Yuga, 25% - 50% will follow Dharma. In Kali Yuga, less than 1% will follow Dharma. In Satya Yuga, lifespan of humans will be over 1,000 - 1,00,000+ years. In Treta Yuga, lifespan will be 1,000 - 10,000+ years. In Dwapara Yuga 100 - 1,000+ years. In Kali Yuga max will be 120 years. Four such yugas constitute a Mahayuga and a Mahayuga lasts for twelve thousand years of the Devatas / Demigods. The present Mahayuga has been seen the following avatars of Bhagavan Srimann Narayana: List of different Yugas with meaning in Hinduism are as given...
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List of 64 arts (Kalas / Vidyas / techniques) in Hinduism

List of 64 arts (Kalas / Vidyas / techniques) in Hinduism

List of 64 arts (Kalas / Vidyas / techniques) in Hinduism Namaste friends, how are you doing today? Bhagavan Sri Krishna blessings to you and your family! Even Bhagavan Sri Krishna after killing Kamsa went to Sri Sandipini ashrama to learn these Great 64 Vidyas. But, we should remember that Bhagavan Sri Krishna doesn't learns anything from anybody, but rather he shows us the way on how to learn? what all to learn? from whom to learn? when to learn? etc. Sri Krishna is svayam Bhagavan and knows anything and everything. Thus doesn't need anybody's support or help. Bhagavan Sri Krishna is known as 'antaryaami', means he is inside everything and everybody. Bhagavan Sri Krishna knows what he should give to someone and not. Also Bhagavan Sri Krishna is known as 'aananda', means he is blissful and cheerful always. Bhagavan Sri Krishna doesn't want anybody to make him happy. Bhagavan Sri Krishna himself is known as 'aananda'. List of 64 arts (Kalas / Vidyas / techniques) in Hinduism are as...
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How warriors are classified in Hinduism

How warriors are classified in Hinduism

How warriors are classified in Hinduism Namaste Sajjanas, how are you doing today? Bhagavan Sri Vishnu blessings to you and your family! Hinduism is amazing and it has all the ingredients to look for. Hinduism has great Grantas (Hindu divine books) which describe anything and everything related to Hinduism (Sanatana Dharma) started from before the birth of a baby until and after death too. Hinduism explains how the heart beat starts, when it starts in the foetus (unborn baby). Hinduism has answers to all the questions around the world. Among those, let us now know about the different warriors classification in Hinduism. According to the Great Sanatana Dharma, there are different warriors who can be classified into different groups. Let us understand, how and why the warriors are classified into multiple groups: 1. रथी/ Rathi: He / She is a warrior capable of attacking a minimum of 5,000 warriors simultaneously. (Examples are Dasharatha Maharaja, Janaka Maharaja, Jatayu Pakshi, Vibhishana Maharaja etc). 2. अतिरथी/ Atirathi: He / She is a warrior capable of contending at least...
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Different ways of getting children in Vedic Hinduism

Different ways of getting children in Vedic Hinduism

Different ways of getting children in Vedic Hinduism Namaste friends, how are you doing today? Bhagavan Sri Vishnu blessings to you and your family! Just before moving to "What are the different ways of getting children in Vedic Hinduism", let us have small brief about Hinduism. Hinduism is the oldest Dharma which is existing on this earth. Hinduism is one of the largest Dharma (Divine religion), with over 1.2 billion followers all over the world. Hinduism is a diverse system of thought marked by a single philosophy, but in modern era because of many reasons people have buildup their own theories and have been practicing their own concepts. India is the divine place where unlimited pilgrimage places are existing. In our Vedas, very clearly it is written that there is only one 'Parabrahma' and others are his followers. Here Parabrahma means Bhagavan Sri Vishnu and whereas all others including Sri Maha Lakshmi Devi, Sri Brahma Deva, Sri Sarasvati Devi, Sri Rudra Deva, Sri Tulasi Devi,...
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What are astonishing facts about Hinduism (Sanatana Dharma)

What are astonishing facts about Hinduism (Sanatana Dharma)

What are astonishing facts about Hinduism (Sanatana Dharma) Namaste friends, are you doing today? Bhagavan Sri Vishnu blessings to you and your family! Sanatana Dharma (Hinduism) is existing since the 'aadi kalam' (Grand unknown period) and will stay until the 'ananta kalam' (Grand infinite period). Bhagavan Sri Vishnu is the founder of this divine and grand Sanatana Dharma (Hinduism). No one knows since when Bhagavan Sri Vishnu is existing. Sanatana Dharma (Hinduism) is as old as Bhagavan Sri Vishnu himself. Firstly Bhagavan Sri Vishnu with the prayers of Sri Maha Lakshmi Devi created Sri Brahma Deva from his 'nabhi' (Divine navel). Later, Sri Brahma Deva created several 'manasa putras' (Divine children from his mind) including Lord Shiva. Then Brahmanda (Universe) and others planetary things were created by Sri Brahma Deva as per the instructions by Bhagavan Sri Vishnu. Thus the creation started. After every Kalpa, a new Sri Brahma Deva is created by Bhagavan Sri Vishnu. Thus, again the new Sri Brahma Deva will create all the...
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What are Kartika, Margashirsha and Vaishakha months unknown facts

What are Kartika, Margashirsha and Vaishakha months unknown facts

What are Kartika, Margashirsha and Vaishakha months unknown facts Namaste friends, how are your doing today? Bhagavan Sri Vishnu blessings to you and your family! Hindu Sanatana Dharma is designed with utmost care and versatility. Swayam (Directly) Bhagavan Sri Vishnu has designed everything about Hindu Sanatana Dharma and has gifted to us. In this, one of the most prominent facts we should know is about the Hindu Panchanga (Calendar) names with it's meaning as per Sanatana Dharma. In Hindu Panchanga (calendar), there are totally 12 masam (divine months) and there names are: Chaitra (चैत्र), Vaishākha (वैशाख), Jyaishtha (ज्येष्ठ), Āshādha (आषाढ), Shrāvana (श्रावण), Bhaadra or Bhādrapada (भाद्रपद), Āshwin (अश्विन्), Kārtika (कार्तिक), Agrahayana or Mārgashīrsha (मार्गशीर्ष, अगहन), Pausha (पौष), Māgha (माघ), Phālguna(फाल्गुन). In those, let's know about Kartika, Margashirsha and Vaishaka now. List of Kartika, Margashirsha and Vaishakha months unknown facts are as given below: KARTIKA Once, on being asked by some sages about the significance of the hindu month- Kartika, Sutaji narrated the following tale: 'Once, Devarshi Narada had...
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List of last rites rituals (antyeshti) in Hinduism

List of last rites rituals (antyeshti) in Hinduism

List of last rites rituals (antyeshti) in Hinduism Namaste friends, how are you doing today? Bhagavan Sri Vishnu blessings to you and your family! Antyeshti = Antya + Eshti = End + Rituals = Last rituals or ceremony. This refers to the funeral rites of the dead body in Hinduism, which usually involves the ritual of cremation of the dead body. This rite of passage is the last sanskar in a series of traditional life cycle sanskars that start from conception in Hindu Sanatana Dharma. Other names of Antyeshti are 'Antya Kriya', 'Antima Sanskar', 'Anvarohanyya', 'Vahni Sanskar', 'Antyeshti Kriya', etc. The following is taken from 'Varaha Purana', where the swayam Bhagavan Varaha Swamy explains to his beloved wife Prithvi or BhooDevi (Mother Earth) about 'List of last rites rituals (antyeshti) in Hinduism'. List of last rites rituals (antyeshti) in Hinduism are as given below: 1. PITRU YAGNA 2. ASHAUCHA AND PINDA KALPA 3. THE FLAWED SHRADDH (SHRADDHA) AND ITS PREVENTION 4. PREPARATION OF 'MADHUPAAKA' PITRU YAGNA Prithvi (Mother Earth), the...
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