Dakshita Upadhyay Feb 7, 2019

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Dakshita Upadhyay Dec 23, 2018

Lord Vishnu | Most Peaceful Mantra Ever🌷🌷🌹🌹🌹🌹🌻🌻🌼🌼🌼🌼🙏🙏 3 interesting secrets of Vishnu’s life people don’t know 1 1. According to Hindu mythology, Lord Vishnu is considered to be the God of the world. The mythology talks about two faces of Lord Vishnu. On one hand, he is shown as quiet, pleasant and gentle. But his second face is dangerous where he is shown in a comfortable posture on Kalswarup Sheshnag (king of snakes). 2 2. 2. It is written in the scriptures about Lord Vishnu that - 'Shantakaram Bhujagshayanam’ ''शान्ताकारं भुजगशयनं' This means quiet Vishnu resting on the serpent (Sheshnag). Seeing this form of Lord Vishnu for the first time a question that comes up in everybody’s mind is how can one be so calm sitting under the king of snakes? An immediate answer that follows is, he is God and it is possible for him. There are many other powers and secrets of Lord Vishnu, which can shock you. 3 3. What is the secret of Lord Vishnu resting on the Sheshnag? 3. Every moment of life is related to the duties and responsibilities. The most important of all of them include duties towards family, social and economic responsibility. However, to fulfill these duties one has to take a lot of efforts and go through many problems, which are very scary like Kalrupi Sheshnag and create anxiety. 4 4. 4. The quiet face of Lord Vishnu on the other hand inspires us to keep calm and be patient in these tough times. With a quiet attitude towards problems one can achieve success. 5 5. Why Lord Vishnu’s name is Narayan? 5. As per Hindu mythological, Lord Vishnu’s prime devotee, Narad, used to keep chanting his name – Narayan. From that time all names of Lord Vishnu are taken by adding Narayan in it. For example: Satyanarayan, Anantnarayan, Lakshminarayan, Sheshnarayan and Dhruvnaryan among others. 6 6. 6. Though many people know that Lord Vishnu is also known as Narayan, but very few know the secret behind it. As per a legend, water was born from the feet of Lord Vishnu. The name of Ganges River, ‘Vishnupadodki’ that came out from the feet of Lord Vishnu, highlights this fact. Also, water is known as ‘Neer’ or ‘Nar’ and the place where Lord Vishnu stays is also water. Therefore, from ‘Nar’ his name Narayan is formed. This means, God living inside water. 7 7. What is the meaning of his another name ‘Hari’? 7. You must have heard Lord Vishnu’s being also called as ‘Hari’. But how many of you know why? We will tell you. According to the scriptures, Hari means remover or stolen. It is said that 'Hari Harati Papani’, which means that Hari is the God that removes sin and problems from one’s life. 🙏🙏

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Dakshita Upadhyay Dec 19, 2018

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Dakshita Upadhyay Dec 16, 2018

अगर श्री राम का मंदिर तोड़ा गया तो इसका जिक्र तुलसीदास ने क्यो नही किया...????
प्रश्न वाजिब है......
खैर तलाश, रिसर्च प्रारम्भ हुआ और मिल भी गया....
पढ़ें तुलसीदास जी ने भी बाबरी मस्जिद का उल्लेख किया है!
गोस्वामी तुलसीदास जी ने अपने साहित्य...

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Dakshita Upadhyay Dec 8, 2018

OM (AUM), The Sound of The Universe


You are a miracle!

You may find it hard to believe but as a matter of fact all of us are born with the dormant clout to intentionally direct our consciousness. The power lies within us, and the sound of Om...

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+247 प्रतिक्रिया 138 कॉमेंट्स • 14 शेयर
Dakshita Upadhyay Nov 17, 2018


Sins that Lord Shiva never forgives

Lord Shiva revered as an epitome of benevolence, is also dreaded for his anger. In Hinduism, it is believed that if; ever Lord Shiva opens his third eye that would be the end of this world.


Shiva's pleas...

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Dakshita Upadhyay Nov 13, 2018

अति प्राचीन काल की बात है। द्रविड़ देश में एक पाण्ड्यवंशी राजा राज्य करते थे। उनका नाम था इंद्रद्युम्न। वे भगवान की आराधना में ही अपना अधिक समय व्यतीत करते थे। यद्यपि उनके राज्य में सर्वत्र सुख-शांति थी। प्रजा प्रत्येक रीति से संतुष्ट थी तथापि राजा...

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