Mysterious persons of Hinduism scriptures
According to Hindu history and mythology, there are seven persons who are Chiranjeevi. All this is bound by some word, rule or curse and it is endowed with all divine powers. All the powers of Ashta Siddhi which have been said in yoga are present in them.It is like parapsychology, only those who know the science of modern science today, such as parapsychology and telepathy, can believe it. Let's know which are the seven living great human beings according to Hinduism.अश्वत्थामा बलिव्र्यासो हनूमांश्च विभीषण:।
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सप्तैतान् संस्मरेन्नित्यं मार्कण्डेयमथाष्टमम्।
जीवेद्वर्षशतं सोपि सर्वव्याधिविवर्जित।।
Ashwatthama Balivryaso Hanumanshach Vibhishanah
Kripah Parashuramashcha Saptaetai Chirjeevinh॥
Saptaitaan Sasmarennityam Markandeyamathasthamam
Jeevadvarshatam sopi sarvavyadhivivarjit
That is, by remembering these eight people (Ashwathama, Daityaraja Bali, Veda Vyasa, Hanuman, Vibhishana, Kripacharya, Parashurama and Markandeya Rishi) in the morning, all diseases end and man attains the age of 100 years.On the basis of ancient beliefs, if a person takes the names of these eight immortal people (Ashta Chiranjeevi) every day, then his get life is long.
1. Hanuman -In Kali Yuga, Hanumanji is considered to be the earliest happy deity and Hanumanji is also one of these Ashta Chiranjeevias. Sita blessed Hanuman after hearing Rama's message in Ashoka Vatika in Lanka that he would remain ajar-immortal. Azar-Amar means that one who will never die and never old age. For this reason, Lord Hanuman has always been considered a source of power because he is an under-age.
2. Kripacharya -According to the Mahabharata, Kripacharya was the kulguru of the Kauravas and the Pandavas. Kripacharya is the son of Gautam Rishi and his sister's name is Kripi. Kripi was married to Dronacharya. Kripacharya is the maternal uncle of Ashwathama. In the Mahabharata war, Kripacharya also sided with the Kauravas against the Pandavas.
3. Ashwatthama-The description of many incarnations of Lord Shankar is also found in the texts. One of them is an avatar who is still wandering on earth for his salvation.
When there was war between Kauravas and Pandavas in Dwaparyuga, Ashwatthama sided with the Kauravas. According to the Mahabharata, Ashwatthama was a composite part of Kaal, Krodha, Yama and Lord Shankar. Ashwatthama was a very brave, fierce warrior. According to religious texts, it was Lord Krishna who cursed Ashwatthama to wander on earth forever.
The prevailing belief in relation to Ashwathama ... There is a fort 20 km from the city of Burhanpur in Madhya Pradesh. It is called the fort of Asirgarh. This fort has an ancient temple of Lord Shiva. Local residents here say that Ashwatthama comes to this temple daily to worship Lord Shiva.