Showing posts with label feeling. Show all posts
Showing posts with label feeling. Show all posts

Friday, November 15, 2019

Prayers to Harinam हरिनाम से प्रार्थना

Prayers to Harinam - this should be our sentiment

 O God! Be kind to me and appear on my tongue; Dance there continuously O God! I beg you to fall at your feet.
 As per your wish, you keep me in this world or take your abode, whatever you do with me, but keep me giving you the elixir of your divine names.
 You have descended into this world to distribute the holy name, so please understand me from the same people whom you have come up with the idea of ​​blessing.
 O savior of impure ones! I am unhappy in the unrighteous, and you are committed to the salvation of the unrighteous, this is our continual relationship.
 O God! On the strength of our unbreakable relationship, I beg you to rain amritic holy names on me.
 Jai Jai Shri Radhe Radhe ji

हरिनाम से प्रार्थनाएं - यही भाव हो हमारा

हे भगवन ! मुझ पर कृपा कीजिये और मेरी जिह्वा पर प्रकट हो जाइये; वहां निरंतर नृत्य कीजिये । हे भगवन ! मैं आपके चरणों में गिरकर आपसे यह विनती करता हूँ ।
आपकी इच्छानुसार, आप मुझे इस संसार में रखें या अपने धाम ले चलें, आप मेरे साथ चाहे जो करें परन्तु मुझे अपने दिव्य नामों का अमृतपान कराते रहें ।
आप इस संसार में पवित्र-नाम को वितरित करने के लिए अवतरित हुए हैं, इसलिए कृपया मुझे भी उन्हीं लोगों में से समझिए जिन पर आप कृपा करने का विचार लेकर आये हैं ।
हे पतितों के उद्धारक ! मैं अधमों में अधम हूँ, और आप अधमों का उद्धार करने को प्रतिबद्ध हैं, यही हमारा नित्य-सम्बन्ध है ।
हे भगवन ! हमारे इसी अटूट सम्बन्ध के बल पर मैं आपसे भीख मांगता हूँ कि मुझपर अमृतमय पवित्र-नामों की वर्षा करें
जय जय श्री राधे राधे जी

Thursday, November 14, 2019

Importance of conch (Sankh)

Importance of conch (Sankh) 


 According to Hindu belief, no puja, havan, yagna etc. is considered complete without the use of conch shells. According to religious scriptures, by blowing conch shells, ghosts, ignorance, disease, mistreatment, sin, downtrodden thoughts and poverty are destroyed. The tradition of playing conch has been going on since ancient times. In the Mahabharata period, Shri Panchajanya conch was played many times by Shri Krishna. According to modern science, by playing conch shell exercise our lungs, we get power to fight respiratory diseases. At the time of worship, the water kept in the conch is sprinkled all over it, which has the wonderful power to destroy germs in the conch water. Also, drinking water kept in conch shell is very beneficial for health and our bones, teeth. The shell has the properties of calcium, phosphorus and sulfur which get into the water kept in it.

And remember one special thing always, do not offer conch (Sankh) water on Lord Shiva!

 Why do not offer water to Shiva by conch( sankh) ?

 According to Shiva Purana, there was a Mahaprakrami monster named Shankhchud. Shankhchud was the son of Daityaraj Dambha. When no child was born to the Daityaraja Dambha for a long time, he did intense penance for Vishnu and appeared pleased with austerity. Vishnu asked to ask for a boon , then Dambha asked for a mahaparakrami invincible boon son's for all the three places and Vishnu were disappeared by speaking thaastu.

Then Shankhchud was born in Dambha and he pleased Brahma at Pushkar by doing severe penance.  Brahma asked for the boon and Shankhchud asked for the boon to become invincible to the gods.  Brahma speaks thaastu and gave him Sri Krishna's armor, then he disappeared.  While going, Brahma ordered Shankhchud to marry Tulsi, the daughter of Dharmadhvaja.  Tulsi and Shankhchud got married after getting Brahma's orders.

 Daityaraja Shankhchud established ownership over the three worlds under the head of Brahma and Vishnu's boon .  The gods were distressed and sought help from Vishnu, but they themselves had granted the gift of such a son to Dambha, so they prayed to Shiva.  Then Shiva decided to end the sufferings of the gods and they left.

But due to Shri Krishna Kavach (armor's) and Tulsi's integrity, Shivji was not able to kill him, then after taking Brahmin form from Vishnu, received in donation his Sri Krishna armor from Daityaraja and then the took form of Shankhchud and kidnapped Tulsi's modesty.

Now Shiva consumed Shankhchud with his trident and Shankh was born from his bones. Since Shankhchud was a devotee of Vishnu, Lakshmi-Vishnu is very fond of conch water and there is a law to offer conch water to all the gods. But since Shiva killed him, the water of the Conch (Sankh) is said to be prohibited to Shiva. That is why Shiva is not offered water from the conch (Sankh) .

Scientific importance of visiting the temple

Scientific importance of visiting the temple-

According to the Vedic system, the temple should be built from where the magnetic waves of the earth become dense.

 - In these temples, the idol of the deity is installed at such a place in the sanctum sanctorum.

 - Copper leaves are kept under this idol which absorb these waves.

 In this way, the person who goes to the temple every day and performs pradakshina in the direction of walking the clockwise of this idol absorbs this energy.

 - It is a slow process and regular development of positive power of the person.

 - The temple remains closed from three sides, which increases the effect of energy.

- The lamp ignited in front of the idol distributes the energy of heat.

 - From Ghantanad(bell sounds) , the mantra is made by the sound which concentrates.

 - By chanting in group, personal problems are forgotten.

 - Stress is relieved by the fragrance of flowers, carpur and dhoop , and mental peace is attained.

 - The pilgrimage water is treated with a mantra. It touches the copper plate located in the place of density of magnetic energy and this Tulsi camphor is mixed. In this way it becomes a divine medicine.

 - Vayumudra is made while taking the pilgrimage. The giver also chants the mantra, then after drinking, the hands touch the Shikha i.e. Sahastrar, eyes.

 - When going to the temple, the tradition of wearing clothes i.e. only silk started from this because they help in the absorption of that energy.

 - Women should wear jewelry while going to the temple. These ornaments made of metal absorb energy and deliver it to the place and chakra like neck, wrist, head etc.

 - It is the custom to use new ornaments and objects also by touching the feet of the temple idol, which can now understand why.

 - The urn of the temple is of pyramidal shape, which absorbs cosmic energy waves and benefits those sitting below it.

 - It is not necessary for every ordinary person to understand the higher scientific reason, so all our customs are followed as the order of religion and elders.

Wednesday, November 13, 2019

Prabodhini Ekadashi

Prabodhini Ekadashi

Lord Shri Krishna said: O Arjuna! I narrate the conversation between Narada and Brahmaji regarding the 'Prabodhini Ekadashi' of Shuklapaksha of Kartik month, which liberates you.

 Once Naradji asked Brahmaji: 'O father! What is the result of 'Prabodhini Ekadashi' fast, please kindly tell me all this in detail. '
Brahma said: O son! The thing which is difficult to meet in Trilok, that thing also meets the 'Prabodhini Ekadashi' fast of Shuklapaksha of Kartik month. Due to the effect of this fast, many bad deeds done before birth are destroyed in a moment. Hey son A person who reverently does a little virtue on this day, his immortality becomes as stable as a mountain. His father goes to Vishnuloka. Great sins such as brahmahatya are also destroyed by awakening at night on Prabodhini Ekadashi.

Hey Narada! A man must observe this Ekadashi fast of Kartik month to please God. A person who observes this Ekadashi fast is wealthier, yogi, ascetic and winner of the senses, because Ekadashi is very dear to Lord Vishnu.
On this day of Ekadashi, human beings who donate, meditate on the attainment of God, tapa, home, yajna (Goddess jaap is also the ultimate sacrifice. 'Yajnam japayyagyanosmi'. In yajna, chanting is my form. '- Srimad Bhagavadgita), etc., they get unseen virtue.
 Therefore, O Narada! You should also worship Lord Vishnu in a systematic way. On this Ekadashi, a person should get up in Brahmamuhurta and take a pledge of fast and worship. The night should be spent near the Lord performing songs, dances, stories and kirtans.

On the day of Prabodhini Ekadashi, one should worship God with flowers, naivaidhya, incense, etc., and offer prayers to God. Its results is many times more than that of pilgrimage and charity etc.
 Those who worship Lord Vishnu with flowers of rose, flowers of Bakul and Ashoka, flowers of white and red Kaner, from Durvadal, from Shamipatra, from Champakpushp, they are missed by the cycle of movement. In this way, after worshiping the Lord in the night, after bathing in the morning and praying to the Lord, one should worship the Guru and leave his fast by giving Dakshina to the virtuous and holy Brahmins.

Those who renounce any thing in the Chaturmasya fast, should reclaim it from this day. Those who do a systematic fast on the day of Prabodhini Ekadashi, get eternal happiness and finally go to heaven.

The story of Bankebihari's temple in Vrindavan

The story of Bankebihari's temple in Vrindavan

There is a black colored statue of Bihari in the Bankebihari Ji temple in Vrindavan.  There is a belief about this statue that this statue contains Sakshat Shrikrishna and Radhaji, so the mere results of their visit brings the results of Radha-Krishna's visitations. The legend and the leela of the appearance of this statue is very interesting and amazing, so every year on the fifth date of Margashirsha month, Bankebihari manifesto is celebrated in the Bankebihari temple.Legend of the appearance of Bankebihari ji, is related to Swami Haridas ji who is Guru of Tansen. He was an ardent devotee of Lord Shri Krishna.

Sitting in Nidhivan, the seat of near the Shri Krishna, located in Vrindavan, they used to get  wooed by his music for Shreekrishna. Haridas ji, immersed in devotion to the Lord, used to get absorbed in the Lord whenever he sang songs. Lord Shri Krishna came in front of them with his devotion and singing. Haridas ji became enchanted and began to caress Shri Krishna. One day one of his disciples said that you alone get the benefit of Shri Krishna's visit, let us also have a vision of Shyaam sundar . After this Haridas ji sank in devotion to Shri Krishna and started singing hymns.

The couple of Radha-Krishna appeared and suddenly there was a change in the tone of Haridas and

Song started 

भाई री सहज जोरी प्रकट भई,जुरंग की गौर स्याम घन दामिनी जैसे।प्रथम है हुती अब हूँ आगे हूँ रहि है न टरि है तैसे।अंग-अंग की उजकाई सुघराई चतुराई सुंदरता ऐसे।श्री हरिदास के स्वामी श्यामा पुंज बिहारी सम वैसे वैसे।

bhaee ree sahaj joree prakat bhee,jurang kee gaur syaam ghan daaminee jaise.pratham hai hutee ab hoon aage hoon rahi hai na tari hai taise.ang-ang kee ujakaee sugharaee chaturaee sundarata aise.shree haridaas ke svaamee shyaama punj bihaaree sam vaise vaise.

Shri Krishna and Radhaji desired to be near Haridas. Haridas Ji told Krishnaji that I am a saint, Lord. I will make you wear langaut(nappies) , but will bring Mother from ornaments regularly. Listening to the devotee, Shri Krishna smiled and the couple pair of Radha-Krishna appeared in unison as a Deity. Haridas ji named this Deity as 'Bankebihari'. This Deity is seen in the Banke Bihari temple. Both Radha and Krishna are included in the Deity of Banke Bihari, whoever sees this Deity of Shri Krishna, his wishes are fulfilled.

Tuesday, November 12, 2019

Guru Nanak Devji - brief life introduction

Guru Nanak Devji - brief life introduction

Guru Nanak Devji

 On 12 November 2019

 Special on 550th Festival of Lights


He is the first Adi Guru of Sikhs.

 His followers address him by the names Nanak, Nanak Dev Ji, Baba Nanak and Nankashah.

 Nanak had the qualities of philosopher, yogi, householder, religious reformer, social reformer, poet, patriot and Vishwabandhu - all in his personality.

 Birth of Nanak

 Kartik Purnima, Samvat 1527 or 15 April 1469 took place in a Khatrikul on Kartiki Purnima in the village situated on the banks of Ravi river in Talwandi, present Nankana Sahib, Punjab, Rai Bhoi.
 Some scholars consider his date of birth as April 15, 1469.
 But the prevailing date is Kartik Purnima, which falls in October-November, 15 days after Diwali.
 His father's name was Mehta Kalu ji, mother's name was Trupta Devi. Talwandi's name later came to be named after Nanak. His sister's name was Nanaki.
 From childhood, he started showing signs of sharp intelligence. He used to be indifferent to worldly subjects since childhood. They did not mind to read and write. The school missed school at the age of 7-8 years because the teacher gave up in front of his questions regarding Bhagwatprapati and he came to leave home with respect. Thereafter, he spent all his time in spiritual contemplation and satsang. Many miraculous incidents happened during childhood, which the people of the village started seeing them as divine personalities. His sister Nanki and the village ruler Rai Bular were the chief among those who revered him since childhood.

Their marriage

 At the age of sixteen in Balapan, the daughter of Moola, who lived in a place called Lakhouki under Gurdaspur district, was married to Sulakhani. At the age of 32, his first son Srichand was born. Four years later, the second son Lakhmidas was born. After the birth of both the boys, in 1507, Nanak left the burden of his family on his father - in - law and with Mardana, Lahna, Bala and Ramdas start pi traveling for pilgrimage with these four companions.
 He turned around and started teaching.
 By 1521, he completed four travel cycles, touring the main places of India, Afghanistan, Persia and Arabia. These yatras are called "gloom" in Punjabi.
 Nanak was an altruist.
 He gave a different path to the worship of a divine being to humanity, contrary to the style of idolatry of Sanatan Mat. He always opposed the evils spread in Hinduism. His philosophy was like Sufiyon. He has also looked at the political, religious and social conditions of the time. In saint literature, Nanak is in the category of saints who have given nobility to women.

The essence of his sermon was that God is one and his worship is for both Hindu Muslims. The idol worshiper called the polytheism unnecessary. Both Hindus and Muslims had their influence.
 In the last days of his life, his fame increased greatly and his thoughts also changed. He himself started living with his family and spent time in the service of humanity.
 He established a city called Kartarpur, which is now in Pakistan and built a large Dharamshala in it. It was at this place that Ashwana Krishna died on 10, Samvat 1597 (22 September 1539 AD).
 Before death
 He proclaimed his disciple brother Lahna as his successor who later became known as Guru Angad Dev.
 Nanak was also a good Sufi poet.
 His emotional and tender heart, combined with nature, is unique. His language was "Bahta Neer", in which Persian, Multani, Punjabi, Sindhi, Khadi Boli(Pure language), Aabic words were included.

From Guru Nanak's life

 Some connected miracles


 Guru Nanak Dev
 When he embarked on his first journey to propagate the knowledge of the divine, he traveled a long way from Sultanpur Lodhi to Saidpur city. There was a market here in which a carpenter prepared and sold items from wood.
 He was a very good-natured and caring person. His name was Lalo.
 He requested Nanak to visit his house as well. Nanak Dev saw her reverence and accepted the invitation. Guruji and brother Mardana went to Lalo's house.


 Was a hard-working man.
 He had a modest house, but what did Nanakji mean by these things! They had Come to see his love. Lalo served Gurudev and served it in an ordinary pot of millet made from his earnings.

Guruji and Bhai Mardana also enjoyed delicious dishes in this dry-dried meal. After the meal, Brother Mardana asked Gurudev, why did this food seem as dull as it looked, why did it taste as delicious in the intake?
 Nanak Dev ordered, he is a true human being. There is love in its heart. It earns hard work. It does not kill anyone's rights and it has served us food for the same income.
 In the same city
 The very rich vassal Malik Bhago hosted the banquet. For this he performed a huge yajna and sent invitations to all the saints and fetters of the city. An invitation came to Nanak Dev too but he did not wish to go to the banquet.
 Wheat, rice, pulses and all other things were forcibly collected from poor farmers for this feast. People could not refuse because Malik Bhago had a big name. Who would trouble him by refusing him?

But Nanak Dev did not care for him. The biggest name for him was not of Malik Bhago but of his Lord. Finally, after a lot of Bhago's efforts, Nanak went there.
 There Malik Bhago asked Guruji, why didn't you come here to the banquet? Why are Lalo's house chewing dried pieces?
 Then Guruji said to Malik Bhago, you get me some pudding-whole. I just now tell the secret of it.
 Halwa-puri was called for Guruji. At the same time, he also got a piece of dry bread from Lalo's house. Guruji took pudding in one hand and a dry piece in the other. He squeezed the two together. Then from the halwa-puris of Bhago, the torrent of blood and the dry bread of Lalo started flowing with milk. Thousands of people were surprised to see this scene.

Nanak Dev

 They told the people present there, brothers, this is the earning of religion, from which the edge of milk has come out, and this is the earning of sin, which is blowing the edge of blood.
 Seeing this scene
 Malik Bhago's eyes opened. He clung to Guruji's feet. He apologized for the crimes he had committed so far in his life and left a life of violence. Now he started spending his earnings in noble work.

Miracle done in Mecca

 Guru Nanak Dev Ji
 Made many trips to his place during his lifetime. Once Nanak Dev Ji reached Mecca City. He was accompanied by some Muslims. When he reached Mecca, the sun was setting. All the passengers were quite tired.
 The famous place of worship of Muslims in Mecca is Kaaba. Guru ji slept on foot towards the Kaaba when tired during the night. Seeing his feet towards Kaaba, Jeon angrily said to Guruji, "Who are you Kafirs who have slept on foot in the house of God?"
 On this, Nanak Dev ji said with great humility, I am tired of the whole day's journey here, I do not know where the house of God is, where you can hold our feet and go there, which is not the house of God.
 Jeon got angry after hearing Guru Ji's words and dragged his feet to the other side. After this, when he saw the feet leaving, he also saw the Kaaba on the same side.
 In this way, when he did the steps again on the other side, the Kaaba was seen moving around. Jion told this to Haji and the Muslims.

Hearing this miracle, a large number of people gathered there. On seeing this, all the people were stunned and fell at the feet of Guru Nanak. They all apologized to Nanak Dev ji. When he started preparing to walk from there, the Kaaba's peers pleaded with Guru Nanak Dev Ji and kept him as a standing sign.
 When the Kaaba Chief Maulvi Imam Ruknadin came to know about this incident, he came to meet Gurudev and he started asking him spiritual questions. He started saying to Nanak Dev ji that I have come to know that you are not a Muslim. Asked what you have come here for. Gurudev said that I have come here to see you all.
 On this, Rukandin started asking that Hindus are good that Muslims, on this Guru Ji said that there is nothing worse than birth and caste. Only those who are good are the masters of good conduct. Gurudev Ji said that the Prophet calls him who will convey the message of God to man. Rasool or Nabi had brought the message of God.

Guru Nanak Dev's visit to Omkareshwar

 Gurunanakdevji came to Burhanpur in Madhya Pradesh via Nashik city of Maharashtra. In Burhanpur they stayed on the banks of the Tapti River. From there he went to Omkareshwar and from Omkareshwar to Indore.
 Mr. Mahipat has described his journey in Indore in his book 'Lilavati'. According to it, Guru Nanak Dev Ji, the ocean of love, came to Indore during the second gloom (yatra). He planted a tamarind tree here. Gurdwara Imli Sahib is established here. Gurudev stopped the people from idol worship and told the importance of the word.

 Says that When people wanted to touch his feet with respect, they were amazed. He only saw light. From here, Guru Nanak Devji went there to save the grieving masses of Betma. Shepherds used to live there. He respected Guruji very much, listened to his teachings. When people prayed about the sufferings of water in front of them, they said that at that place, say Dhanna Kartar, dig up the land with a spade. When people did this, a fresh spring of water spilled over there.
 Today there is a very beautiful gurudwara.

Karthik Poornima - Dev Diwali

Karthik Purnima

 Special on 12 November 2019

 #Kartik_Purnima is traditionally referred to as Dev Diwali. It is believed that on this day Shiva killed Tripurasura, due to which he was worshiped in Tripurari form. That is why this festival is also known as Tripurari Purnamasi. To protect the world from the holocaust, the Matsya avatar of Vishnu also took place on this day, it is described in the Puranas. It is said that it was on Kartik Purnima that Shri Krishna realized the soul i.e. Shri Radha. This day is also considered to be the day of the revelation of Goddess Tulsi. It is said that by offering Tulsi-leaves to Shrihari on this day, there is freedom of disease and bereavement. In cold regions where there is a shortage of Tulsi, gooseberry(Amla ) should be considered as a lifelong and should take this full moon day after worship, according to Ayurveda sutras. Dev Diwali is also called Mahakartiki. The Sikh community celebrates this day as Prakashotsav, because on this day Gurunanak Dev was born. If Bharani Nakshatra is on this full moon day, then its importance increases. This time Mahakartiki, Prakashotsav i.e. Dev Diwali will be celebrated on 12 November in Bharani Nakshatra.

Karthik Purnima

 Purnima fasting holds an important place in Hinduism. There are 12 full moon days each year. When Adhikamas or Malamas comes, then their number increases to 13. Kartik Purnima is also known as Tripuri Purnima or Ganga Snan. This Purnima has been termed as Tripuri Purnima because on this day Lord Bholenath ended the Mahabhayanaka Asura named Tripurasura and was worshiped as Tripurari. It is believed that by seeing Shiva Shankar in this day Kritika, a person is knowledgeable and wealthy for seven births. On this day, when the moon is rising in the sky, worshiping Shiva, Sambhuti, Santi, Preeti, Anusuya and Kshama, these six Kritikas bring Shiva's happiness. Taking a bath in the Ganges river on this day also results in bathing throughout the year.

In the Puranas

 On this day, Lord Vishnu wore the Matsya avatar to protect the Vedas and save the world during the Holocaust.

 Mahabharata period

 When Yudhishthira was distracted by seeing warriors and relatives in the disastrous war of 18 days during Mahabharata period, Lord Krishna came with the Pandavas to the vast sandy plain of Garh Khadar. The Pandavas bathed on Kartik Shukla Ashtami and performed a yagna on the banks of the Ganges till Kartik Shukla Chaturdashi. After this, paying tribute to the peace of the departed souls at night, paying tribute. Therefore, bathing in the Ganges on this day, and especially in the Gardhmukteshwar pilgrim city, is of special importance.

Shiva Tripurantak

 It is also believed that by fasting for the whole day, donating a boon or calf in the night gives Shivpad. The person who fasts and praises Lord Bholenath on this day gets the result of the yagna called Agnishtom. This Purnima is as much recognized in Shaivism as it is in Vaishnavism.


Kartik Purnima was worshiped by Shri Krishna in the Rasamandal of Goloka. Radha Utsav is celebrated and the Rasamandal is held on this day, which is the highest Goloka, beyond us and all other universe. On Kartik Purnima, there was auspicious event of Goddess Tulsi in Shri Hari's Baikuntha Dham. Goddess Tulsi was born on earth on Kartik Purnima. On Kartik Purnima, a person gets rid of the bondage of birth by seeing and worshiping the auspicious statue of Radhika ji. On this day, the lord of Baikunth offers a Tulsi leaves to Shri Hari. In Kartik month, especially Shri Radha and Shri Krishna should be worshiped. Those who worship the idol of Shri Radha and Shri Krishna under the Tulsi tree in Kartik (in a senseless way) should be considered life-free. In the absence of Tulsi , one should worship under the gooseberry(Amla) . In Kartik month, discard grains, carrots, lentils, rice, radish, brinjal, ghee, oil, eat oil, drink alcohol, kanji. Donate food in Kartik month. Karthik Purnima has gained a lot of recognition. This full moon has also been called Mahakartiki. If there is a Bharani Nakshatra on this full moon day, then its importance increases even more. If Rohini Nakshatra, then the importance of this full moon increases manifold. If there is moon and Jupiter on Kritika Nakshatra on this day, then it is called Maha Poornima. If there is moon on Kritika Nakshatra and Sun on Visakha then "Padmak Yoga" is formed in which bathing the Ganges gives more fruit than Pushkar.


 Taking Ganga baths, Deep(lamp) donations, Havan, Yajna etc. on the day of Kartik Purnima is the mitigation of worldly sins and heat. The donation of food, money and clothing on this day is also said to be of great importance. Whatever is donated on this day gets manifold benefits. It is also believed that what a person donates on this day is preserved in heaven for him, who after renouncing death, recovers it in heaven.
 It is mentioned in the scriptures that bathing in holy river and lake and holy place like Ganga, Yamuna, Godavari, Narmada, Gandak, Kurukshetra, Ayodhya, Kashi on the day of Kartik Purnima gives special merit. On the full moon date of Kartik month, a person should not remain without bathing.

Bath and donation process 

 Maharishi Angira has written in the context of bathing that if the number is not resolved while chanting water in the bath and chanting water in the hand, then karma will not yield results. Following the rules of the scripture, while bathing on this day, first wash your feet and feet, then take a bath with a cushion in your hands, and in the same way, donate water with water in your hands.  If you are doing yajna and chanting, then first decide the number and then do chanting and yajnadi karma.

Guru Nanak Jayanti

 In the Sikh community, the day of Kartik Purnima is celebrated as Prakashotsav. Because on this day Guru Nanak Dev, the founder of Sikh sect was born. On this day, the followers of the Sikh community take a bath in the morning and go to the gurudwaras and listen to the Guruvani and take the initiative to follow the path given by Nanak. It is also called Guru Parva.

Monday, October 21, 2019


No more left in mind,

So where is the dust sat down 

And where has when God lost that who will be found............

Once a Guruji used to live in his ashram.
There were thousands of disciples of Guruji who used to serve him in his ashram.
Once in his ashram, a boy came to him and started to beg that O Gurudev should also keep me in his service.
So Guruji said that although there is no work in the ashram,
But if you want to do service then go and take the task of cleaning rice in the kitchen and when I am happy with your service, then I will give you some new work.
The boy went to the kitchen to clean the rice.
His nature was so good that in a few days everyone became his friend.
Gradually, that boy became so engrossed in that work that now he did not enjoy any other work in the world.

After some time, that boy was cleaning rice so that he lost his body.
He would only clean the rice all day long,
Neither speaks to anyone,
Neither laughs nor exits the kitchen.
Now the people of the ashram considered him crazy and stopped speaking to him.
Nobody would go to him and that boy was also very happy in this situation because he had no awareness at all.
There was satsang-kirtan in the ashram, he did not go in them either.
One day Guruji went to a sick post and with his yoga practice, he found out that his death was near.
He thought that I will give a new heir to this ashram in front of me, so that there is no chaos here posthumously.
So he declared that whoever tells the correct definition of the religion, he will be made the owner of the ashram.

On hearing this, all the boys started searching for their definitions, but no one dared to go to Guruji to explain his definition.
With great difficulty a boy dared and told his friends that
I will write my definition on the front wall of Guruji's room and leave the ashram.
If Guruji likes it, then call me from the front hill otherwise tell us that we do not know where it is.
That boy wrote
The mind is a mirror,
Remove the dust on which the dust of the deeds is set,
The divine will be found
When Guruji read this in the morning, the fire became angry with anger.
Everyone started scolding which insane has written this.
So everyone refused that we do not know.
The boy who cleaned rice, he was unaware of all these things.
One day some boys came out of the kitchen talking about this definition.
When he heard this thing, he started laughing loudly.

Everyone was surprised that he never spoke to anyone, how is he laughing today.
When he asked him, he said that this definition is such a laugh.
And told them all you go and write on that wall
No more left in mind,
So where is the dust frozen
And when was God lost that will be found
Everyone wrote like this and when Guruji read this after getting up in the morning, he started crying with joy.

When all the boys saw that Guruji liked the definition, everyone went to him.
Master said, call the boy who cleans the rice,
No one can write this thing except that.
All the boys were surprised how Guruji came to know.
So Guruji told that you guys were doing satsang kirtan, yet you did not understand the true meaning of religion and this boy only cleaned the rice so deeply that he knew the religion so deeply that whatever he did, he used to work with full devotion. .
Cleansing of rice was its religion and it was also its karma.
On hearing this, all the boys were ashamed and this boy was declared the sovereign of that ashram.

Kishori ji please all of you ....

!! Jai Jai Shreekrishna!!
!! Jai Jai Shree Radhe !!

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