World No Tobacco Day – Prernamurti Bharti Shriji

World No Tobacco Day

The World No Tobacco Day is observed on May 31 every year, and this year, the World Health Organization (WHO) is calling for governments across the world to enact policies for plain packaging of tobacco products.

 

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World No Tobacco Day – Prernamurti Bharti Shriji

WHO’s slogan for this year’s World No Tobacco Day is “Get ready for plain packaging” and in a statement released Tuesday, it said: “Plain packaging is an important demand reduction measure that reduces the attractiveness of tobacco products, restricts use of tobacco packaging as a form of tobacco advertising and promotion, limits misleading packaging and labelling, and increases the effectiveness of health warnings. Plain packaging of tobacco products refers to measures that restrict or prohibit the use of logos, colours, brand images or promotional information on packaging other than brand names and product names displayed in a standard colour and font style.”

According to WHO, about 6 million people die every year from tobacco-related illnesses. About 5 million die from direct tobacco use, and more than 600,000 deaths are caused by second-hand smoke.

 

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Ravivari Saptami (Sun’s Worship) – Prernamurti Bharti Shriji

 

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Ravivari Saptami (Sun’s Worship) – Prernamurti Bharti Shriji

Benefits of Ravivari Saptami Puja

There are various benefits being involved if Ravivari Saptami Puja is being performed…

Worshipping to god Sun with pure mind, soul and heart makes the human beings to remain healthy for the lifetime. Brahmins worshipping to Sun become celestials. Ravivari Saptami Puja forgives the humans who slanged the Brahmins. Ravivari Saptami Puja being done by women make them to achieve knowledge and good fortunes in their present life.

Mantra on Ravivari Saptami Puja

Mantra to recite during worshipping of god Sun.

Om Mitraya NamahOm Ravya NamahOm surya namahOm Bhanve NamahOm Khagaye NamahOm Pushde NamahOm HrniyagrbhayaOm Marichay NamahOm Adityay NamahOm Savitre NamahOm Akarya NamahOm Bhaskraya NamahOm Shriswit Suryanarayana Namah

Ravivari Saptami – Mythological Basis

According to Shastras, Sun cures all kinds of diseases. It is believed that if a person worships Lord Sun, all kinds of diseases are cured. A lot of stories have been explained about Ravivari Saptami in mythological scriptures. According to such a story, Lord Krishna’s son, Shamb, was filled with pride because of his physical strength. Shamb disrespected Saint Durvasa because of his pride. Saint Durvasa cursed Shamb to suffer from leprosy.

Lord Krishna asked Shamb to worship Lord Sun. Shamb worshipped Lord Sun and his illness was cured. Due to this, it is believed that a person worshipping Lord Sun on this day is cured of all kinds of diseases. Moreover, such a person is blessed with a son and wealth.

Ravivari Saptami – Sun’s Worship

Lord Sun is believed to cure all kinds of diseases. Devotees keep a fast on this day and worship Lord Sun. There is nothing in this world without Sun’s light. On this day, a person worshipping Lord Sun is cured of all kinds of diseases. Presently, Sun’s worship is associated with Ayurvedic remedies.

Lord Sun’s worship is believed to cure diseases related to physical weakness, joint pains and weak bones. A person should face the Sun and offer prayers to get some relief from skin diseases. This fast is also considered to be important if you want to be blessed with a son. This fast maintain a good relationship between father and son..

Ratha Saptami -Prernamurti Bharti Shriji

Ratha Saptami

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Prernamurti Bharti Shriji, describes about vrata of Ratha Saptami on this day who worshipped the sun god offered water with red flowers and do meditation would becomes stunning (Tejaswi), invincible and rich wealthy….

Ratha Saptami

Ratha Saptami or Rathasapthami (Sanskrit: रथसप्तमी or Magha Saptami) is a Hindu festival that falls on the seventh day (Saptami) in the bright half (Shukla Paksha) of the Hindu month Maagha. God Vishnu in his form as Surya (the Sun-God) is usually worshipped on this day. This day is considered as Arogya saptami also.

This day with reverence who worship the sun duly offered water and doing pujan by lotus, his Grieve becomes devoid as well as receive a son was part of the Sun. On this day who worshiped the sun god and do meditation would becomes stunning, invincible and rich wealthy. (Narad-agnipuran)

Arogya saptami or arogyavrtam (Ratha Saptami) is considered as highly meritorious for those who are suffering from various illness, ailments and disorders. Devotees observe fast or upavas during whole day and break their fast on next day. Those who observe fast, vrata become free from disease and enjoy a healthy life.

Legend

Ratha Saptami also marks the birth of Surya to sage Kshyapa and his wife Aditi and hence celebrated as Surya Jayanti (the Sun-god’s birthday). A legend is narrated by the Kamboj empire’s King Yashovarma, a noble king who had no heir to rule his kingdom. On his special prayers to God, he was blessed with a son. The king’s vows did not end with this, as his son was terminally ill. A saint who visited the king advised that his son should perform the Ratha Saptami Pooja to Sun god (worship) with reverence to rid of his past sins. Once the King’s son performed this, his health was restored and he ruled his kingdom well. It is also said that sage Bhisma breathed his last breath fourth day after the Rathasaptahmi day on ekaadashi.

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