Significance of Narak Chaturdashi(Day to Enlighten the evil with Divinity)– Prernamurti Bharti Shriji

Narak Chaturdashi

Narak Chaturdashi’(14th day of lunar fortnight of the Hindu month of Kartika)) is also known as kali chaudas’. According to ‘Puranas’ (Hindu Scriptures), on this day, Lord Krishna killed the demon ‘Narakasura’ and made the world overcome its fear from the demons. This festival is celebrated in remembrance of their victory.

Another tale says that in ‘Vamana Avtar’( incarnation ), Lord Vishnu measured the whole universe with one foot. Lord Vamana became very happy with the sacrifice and devotion of king Bali and asked for a boon.

Bali then prayed to God that ‘If any of the citizens of my kingdom worships ‘Yamraja ‘ on the three days i.e. ‘Kartik Krishna Tryodashi, Narak chaturdashi and Dipawali, he would not get any suffering by Yama and Goddess Laxmi would never leave his house.

Lord blessed him with the same, that whosoever will light diyas on these three days, Goddess Laxmi would never leave him.

Rituals of the Day

On this day , Goddess Laxmi resides in oil and Goddess Ganga resides in water. Therefore, one who gets up before the sun rises and does  oil massage and thereafter have bath, does not have the sight of ‘Yamloka (the hell)’. One who takes bath after sunrise and doesn’t offer diyas for Yamaraja after sunset has to suffer badly.

After taking bath wear fresh clothes, apply tilak on your forehead put some sesame seeds in a bowl full of water and stand facing south direction, chant the following mantra thrice and offer the water filled in your palm thrice and light a four cornered diya. This process is called auspicious Yama- Tarpan (offering to Yama). This destroys all the sins happened by you during the whole year.

Om Yamaye namah, Om Dharmarajae namah, Om mrutave namah

Om antkaye namah, Om vaivswataye namah, Om kaalaye namah

Om sarvbhukshaye namah, Om audumbarae namah,

Om dadhnaye namah, Om neelaye namah, Om parameshtine namah,     Om vrakkodrae namah, ,Om chitrae namah, Om chitraguptae  namah,         

On this day, light diyas everywhere like temples, kitchen, bathroom, and other auspicious trees like Basil, Banyan, Peepal, Amla, Mango etc, river banks, Garde & Cowsheds etc…

To please Goddess Laxmi chant “Om Shreem Hreem Kleem Kamalvasinye Swaha.” In the night make ‘kajal’(kohl) using mustard oil and pure ghee in a diya and apply it into your eyes. This improves eye sight and saves  from evil eyes.

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MAY THE WHOLE WORLD GLITTER–Prernamurti Bharti Shriji

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SHUBH DIPAWLI…

One  diya for pure mind

One diya for internal enlightenment

One diya for wisdom

glitters the whole world”

 

May your Diwali becomes special with the tips for happiness, prosperity, health, getting rid of domestic problems and for stable wealth….

May the whole world glitter….        

                                                                                                         

“MAY THE WHOLE WORLD GLITTER”

The countries & communities which celebrate the maximum festivals are considered to be the most prosperous / developed ones. There is hardly any date or day left in “Indian Panchang”(Hindu Calendar) when there is no fast , festival or celebration. In India, there are celebrated around 80 festivals as important ones and they all are celebrated with a unique style which cannot be seen anywhere in the world or any culture.

Dipawali which is being celebrated on the occasion of victory of Lord Rama over the demon Ravana, conveys the message to us as to how to win our internal evils and enlighten our hearts with the lamp of wisdom/ knowledge. Everybody Knows that on the occasion of Diwali, the houses get cleaned, painted and the wastes are being thrown out, the houses are decorated and the diyas are lit.

Generally, this festival is a symbol of mutual love , affection , warmth & jubilation, but as per the directions given by our holy scriptures to celebrate Diwali, the style, culture and the objective behind it is unique and full of scientific reasons , which is helpful in our physical, mental & spiritual  growth.

So lets understand….how to make each day of  Diwali a happy one !!

DHANTERAS

The thirteenth day (of moon)(tryodashi) of kartik month – Krishna paksha is known as ‘DHANTERAS’. This belongs to both Yamaraja(God of Death) and Lord Dhanvantri

On this day the Deities & Demons did ‘Samudra Manthan’(Churning of Sea) and out of that Lord Dhanvantri had appeared with a vase full of medicines to cure all diseases. So, on the day of Dhanteras ‘HE’ is worshipped for a healthy & disease free life. On this day, buying of silver vessel is considered to be auspicious.

There is a story in ‘PadmaPurana’ related to this – Once the ‘Yamraja’  asked its messengers – “Do you ever feel pity or sorrow when you take life from the creatures on the earth (the mirtyuloka)” ?

The messenger said –“ Yes Lord!” when somebody dies before time, we feel very sad and distressed. Once we had to take life of a prince on the very fourth day of his wedding. At that time, when we saw the outcry , sorrow , screaming & screech, we hated ourselves and felt very bad.

 O’ Yamaraja! Please give us some solution so that no body dies before time.”

Yamraja on request said –“ Anybody who will offer diyas(lamps) on Dhanteras with this objective , will never die before time.

WHAT TO DO ON DHANTERAS

Get up early in the morning , have bath and wear fresh clothes, worship Lord Dhanvantri and pray for a healthy life . If the picture of Lord Dhanvantri is not available, then you can worship the picture of Lord Vishnu, having soulful feelings for Lord Dhanvantri. Then give Salutation to Sun God , offer red flowers to HIM and pray for health.

In the evening, put some rice , wheat grains and jaggery in a bowl and keep it near the main door. Stand facing south direction and say “ I am offering diyas for Lord Yamraja , He along with the Goddess Shyama bless me”

Then keep the lighted diyas on those grains and chant the following mantras along with offering flowers & scents:-

Mrutyunaa paash hasten kaalen bharyayaa seh!

Tryodashyaam deepdaanat suryajah priyataamiti !!

Pray to Goddess  Lakshmi(goddess of wealth) with the objective of gaining wealth by chanting the following mantra :-

Om namah bhagyalakshami ch vidmahe!

Ashta lakshami ch dhimahi, tanno lakshami prachodayaat !!

Significance of Rama Ekadashi– Prernamurti Bharti Shriji

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Listen listen listen, today is Dashami(i.e the 10th lunar day)…

Listen listen listen, tomorrow is Ekadashi…

Nobody shall have meals

One devotee to Sh. Sh. Bharti Shriji:  Prabhuji!  what is this? We request you to please explain it in detail.

Sh.Sh.Bharti Shriji :This is the kingdom of king Muchukund.In the kingdom of king Muchukund, even animals and birds would not eat grass on ekadashi.

The same is being proclaimed here.

In ancient times, king Muchukund became very famous.King Muchukund was the disciple of Lord Vishnu and was veracious.Due to his honesty and devotion towards Lord Vishnu, the most superior river of all, named Chandrabhaga incarnated in his house in the form of his daughter .Muchukund’s daughter Chandrabhaga is famously known as a  river in present time. King Muchukund arranged marriage of his daughter Chandrabhaga with Chandrasen’s son Shobhan. Once, Shobhan and his wife Chandrabhaga went to his in-laws’ house to roam around. The day on which they went there was Dashami tithi (i.e the 10th lunar day)

In that city, it was being proclaimed  – Listen listen listen, today is Dashami. Listen listen listen, tomorrow is Ekadashi. Nobody shall have meals.

Looking at this, Shobhan became speechless.

Why is this happening? And what is this?

He asked his wife, “Chandrabhaga, what is this”?

In your father’s kingdom, why is it being proclaimed that today is Dashami and tomorrow is ekadashi!

Then Muchukund’s daughter Chandrabhaga told her husband  – “In my father’s kingdom, even animals and birds abstain from eating food and drinking water on the day of Ekadashi,  then what to say about humans ….!!

In my father’s kingdom, the entire population, right from children to the old people observe ekadashi fast. So,if you won’t observe ekadashi fast, then people will start taunting you.

Shobhan says – Oh dear, you are right. Whatever you will say, I will do that only”.

While narrating this incident to Yudhisthira, Lord Krishna says – Dear King, Shobhan observed the fast of Rama Ekadashi with full determination.

He observed fast , but people who are not used to observe fast keep on thinking that – Today is my fast and I can’t  tolerate the hunger…!!

If you are determined, then you will notice, that, the day on which fast is being observed, you won’t feel hungry and the day on which you know that you can have your meals, you feel hungry every now and then.

But Shobhan was fasting for the first time ever.

That thought was lingering on in Shobhan’s mind that – Today I have observed fast, Today I have observed fast.He was dying of hunger. Next morning,by the time the sun was about to rise, he expired.King Muchukund carried out the funeral of his son- in- law.After that, Chandrabhaga started living with her father.

Lord Krishna told Yudhisthira – Do you know what happened by observing fast of Rama ekadashi?

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Importance of Kartik Month–Prernamurti Bharti Shriji

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Hare Ram Hare Ram Ram Ram Hare Hare
Hare Krishna Hare Krishna Krishna Krishna Hare Hare

This is Kartika month(the eighth lunar month in Hindu Calendar).In this month, doing charity and holy deeds has a lot of significance. One should wake up early in the morning before sun rise. On Dwitiya, Saptami, Navami, Dashami, Thrayodashi and Amavasya(i.e 2,7,9,10,13,15th day) , use of amla(gooseberry) should be avoided ,whereas on the remaining days, one should take bath with the mixture of sesame seeds and gooseberry juice which prevents physical illness. By sitting & eating food under gooseberry tree, the diseases, caused by unwanted elements in food, are prevented during the year.

In Kartika Month, there is a lot of significance of donating diyas(lamps).  In this month, lighting a diya of ghee(clarified butter) or sesame oil during evening time, in front of Guru or Lord Vishnu improves one’s eyesight.  One should offer Tulsi(basil) to Lord Vishnu or Shaligram( a most sacred stone used for worshipping) in Kartika month which blesses with luxuries & liberation and at the same time eliminates  troubles/ illness. Minimum 108 Tulsi leaves should be offered. Black gram (urad dal), honey, sesame oil, milk of cow, goat, buffalo only should be consumed.  Gooseberry leaves should not be plucked in Kartik month. That’s why one should try to eat food beneath gooseberry tree or else keep gooseberry fruits near oneself. In this period, the intake of pulses should be kept to minimum.

The Hindu festival of Diwali falls in Kartika month. In our small booklet ‘Jagmag ho sara jahan’, the details of following are provided –

mantras to recite while taking bath on Trayodashi;

mantra to recite for Yama-Tarpan (offerings to the God of Death) while facing south direction and donating diya with the intension of pleasing Yamaraja which prevents accidental deaths & what shall be done on Trayodashi, Chaturdashi, Diwali and New Year.

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Switch On -Off—- Prernamurti Bharti Shriji

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Prernamurti Bharti Shriji in these excrept of spiritual discourse that one should always be independent and happy should not rely on objects, others for their happiness and joy.

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Human being has made his happiness dependent on others, dependent on sense pleasures; that’s why he is sad, worried and upset.
One becomes happy if praised and sad if criticized.

Light , fan, A.C., etc are controlled by the switch on the switch board to on and off these devices. Similarly, if you become happy and sad by honor and criticism of others, then it as good as you have given the control of your switch to others to make you happy and said. You can’t get happiness till your are controlled by others.

Always control your switch yourself. Become independent, not dependent. Try to be happy and stable always, in both favorable and unfavorable conditions.

Vashishthaji told Lord Ram, this world burns without fire and sinks without water. Here, fire is referred to fire of anger, jealousy and unrest; not the actual fire. Kabirji said – if you want peace and rest, then take refuge in the lotus feet of holy saints.

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The above life inspiring words are the excrepts of spiritual discourses by PRERNAMURTI BHARTI SHRIJI, who is a renowed spiritual leader …an inspiration beyond imagination. PRERNAMURTI BHARTI SHRIJI has undertaken and always strives best  for betterment and upliftment of the mankind through various religious  and social activities.

OM RAAM KIRTAN—Prernamurti Bharti Shriji

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Hri Om Om Om Om , Hri Om Om Om Om

 Hri Om Om Om Om , Hri Om Om Om Om

 Hri Om Om Om Om , Hri Om Om Om Om

 Hri Om Om Om Om , Hri Om Om Om Om

It’s a festival, celebrate!

..festival to denote your internal happiness; it’s an opportunity to take benefit of Kartik (most auspicious month amongst all 12 Hindu months(oct-nov)

.. festival to denote the divine nectar appearing in your heart

..today is ekadashi; japa,meditation, spiritual discourse on this day will benefit you infinitely..

Hri Om Om Om Om , Hri Om Om Om Om

 Hri Om Om Om Om , Hri Om Om Om Om

 Hri Om Om Om Om , Hri Om Om Om Om

 Hri Om Om Om Om , Hri Om Om Om Om

Its Happiness..

Hri Om Om Om Om , Hri Om Om Om Om

 Hri Om Om Om Om , Hri Om Om Om Om

Mere Raam (My Lord Rama) Raam, Raam, Raam ,Raam

Pyare (dear) Raam, Raam, Raam ,Raam

Celebrate with joy, happiness& whole heartedly..

Mere Raam (My Lord Rama) Raam, Raam, Raam ,Raam

Pyare (dear) Raam, Raam, Raam ,Raam

Man has made himself the slave of comforts , that’s  why he is unhappy and disturbed. If somebody says good about him , he becomes happy; if some says ill of him, he becomes unhappy and hurt.

Just like the switch of lights, which are on a board, if someone switches on, the light or fan starts and when switches off , light & fan stops; similarly, if you get happy or hurt by someone saying something, then it means that you have given the cord of your life in someone else’s hands.

KEEP THE CORD OF YOUR LIFE IN YOUR HANDS ONLY…

Make yourself so tough and determined , whether things happen according to your wishes or not, you have the feeling of thankfulness towards God.

Always stay balanced in any situation, enjoy the feeling of being balanced or leveled in any circumstances. Keep the switch of your feelings in your hands; don’t become slave of circumstances..

Your heart is filled with the divine nectar of that Supreme Lord..

This  moment of time is very pious, its beautiful..

when there is filled in heart devotion towards That Supreme Lord, when my dearest Lord conveys some message, He knocks the doors of the heart, that time is always beautiful….

Mere Raam (My Lord Rama) Raam, Raam, Raam ,Raam

Pyare (dear) Raam, Raam, Raam ,Raam

Mere Raam (My Lord Rama) Raam, Raam, Raam ,Raam

Pyare (dear) Raam, Raam, Raam ,Raam

There is no happiness lies in the worldly pleasures, which are momentary like the lightning in the sky..

This happiness is the outcome of  the company of Saints, their spiritual discourses & getting One with the Self only..

This is the true happiness, which cannot be attained by through our roaming senses..

When our senses are in our control, only then we can feel this happiness..

O’Lord , You are so kind & compassionate, You don’t forget us in any circumstances, always reside in me, inspires me to do right things even my senses roam here & there..

YOU ARE MINE , I AM YOURS..

Mere Raam (My Lord Rama) Raam, Raam, Raam ,Raam

Pyare (dear) Raam, Raam, Raam ,Raam

Mere Raam (My Lord Rama) Raam, Raam, Raam ,Raam

Pyare (dear) Raam, Raam, Raam ,Raam

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The above life inspiring words are the excrepts of spiritual discourses by PRERNAMURTI BHARTI SHRIJI, who is a renowed spiritual leader …an inspiration beyond imagination. PRERNAMURTI BHARTI SHRIJI has undertaken and always strives best  for betterment and upliftment of the mankind through various religious  and social activities.

Significance of Sharad Purnima – Prernamurti Bharti Shriji

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Sharad Purnima( full moon day of Hindu Lunar month of Aswin (Sep-Oct), is also known as ‘Rasotsav’(day on which Lord Krishna showered nectar through His flute) because on the night of Sharad Purnima, Lord Krishna played flute and showered nectar through it.  When He played flute, few Gopis who were milking cows ,immediately, when they heard the sound of flute, they ran away in the direction where flute was being played calling for ‘Krishna, Krishna, Krishna, Krishna…. leaving behind milking halfway. Some Gopis were igniting stove. They also ran away leaving behind the stove half ignited.  Few of them were wearing cloths; they wore the bottom cloth at top and top cloth on the head and just ran away madly after Krishna. Few were combing their hair, they left the hair half braided and half open and went after Krishna.  Few applied some kajal on eyes and some on cheeks and ran away.

Karshati Aakarshati iti Krishna…

The One, who attracts and pulls towards Himself is named as Krishna. Those Gopis are our tendencies and attitude. The importance of Lord Krishna cannot be understood till this world is considered to be real.  When the importance of Lord Krishna is understood and the devotion and love towards Krishna  is attained, then these artificial things have no value-what makeup and what work….  One leaves behind everything and starts doing bhakti(devotion) of that Lord…!!

Gopis would go mad when they listen to the divinely melodious sound of Krishna’s flute.  One of the Gopis was feeding milk to baby, she left the baby aside, crying and screaming and ran away going mad for Krishna. One was eating food; she left the food and went after Krishna. One  applied eye liner some on eyes and some here & there and ran after Him. One left the hair half braided and went away.

Playing flute is the invocation of Lord Krishna. When He plays flute, it means He is calling Gopis. It indicates that the devotees have to run. They leave aside all their work and run after Krishna. Similarly, in our hearts too, that Lord plays flute sometimes by giving sorrows, sometimes by giving happiness, sometimes through his existence, sometimes through experience, sometimes through His wisdom. His flute is  being played, but you don’t listen to it. When you will hear it, then you also will leave behind all the work of this materialistic world and start meditating on that Supreme God alone…!!

Sharad Purnima gives you the message, that, when you will consider all the materialistic work to be trivial and only Krishna as your main goal, then you also will become happy like Gopis.

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Permenant Shelter–Prernamurti Bharti Shriji

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Baghel Khand, Bandhav Garh. There lived a King, called Veer Singh. The person who served Veer Singh, Shri Senji was a very kind man. He had family ties with the royal family. His ancestors were barbers who served the royal family’s ancestors. Shri Senji also served King Veer Singh. Senji’s routine consisted of regularly going to the King, trimming his beard, applying oil, cutting his hair, massaging it and giving him a bath. But Shri Senji had taken the shelter of God. He had taken the shelter of devotion to God. He had also taken the shelter of Saints. He loved doing their service. Some people say we believe in God but we don’t believe in any Gur(SpiritualMaster). But one who believes in God cannot survive without believing in Saints. One who cannot believe in Saints, what belief can he have in God!?

Even the Supreme Lord Krishna  says, “O’Udhav! Saints are the most dear to me! I always follow them, wherever They reside. Udhav!Saints are most dear to me!” God leaves His Godliness and massages THE Lotus Feet OF saints’ . Lord Krishna used to massage Sage Durvasa’s feet. God Himself had picked up plates in which Saints had eaten, after the Rajsuya Yajna . He Himself is God, yet he does not miss rendering service to saints. But those who out of false ego, think themselves to be the supereme and say that they do not believe in any Guru, they are the most foolish people on the earth. We don’t believe in any Guru. We don’t believe in saints. We believe only in God. We believe only in Baanke Bihari (a name of Lord Krishna). So, brother, you believe in Baanke Bihari. Do you believe in Baanke Bihari for Baanke Bihari’s sake or to have faith in Him? Do you believe only in His form and if you believe in His principles, then you will not be able to survive without surrendering to Saints. Because, where God surrenders,  what value does your surrender carry? Lord Krishna and Rukmini(His wife) pulled Sage Durvasa’s chariot. Durvasa was alert, if there is any sign of grudge on Rukmini’s face. Now there is no sign of grudge on either Lord Krishna’s countenance or on Rukmini’s. So the sage says, “Krishna! Doesn’t it occur to you as to how tender Rukmini can pull a chariot?” Lord Krishna replied, “O’ revered Sage! This is our good fortune that we have got such an opportunity to serve supremely generous saints like you. I am fortunate. From that itself Lord Krishna got a boon.“ So Durvasa offered kheer to God in the form of an offering which had been given by Saints. What importance is attributed to Saints! Ordinary people cannot understand this.

Shri Sen was a server of Saints. He liked serving them. One day, it so happened that Shri Sen had set out from his house. Then a gathering of Saints passed by chanting, “Hare Rama, Hare Rama..”There is sweetness in God’s name. If I say “Jaggery, jaggery..” then no sweetness is felt in one’s mouth. If I say “chilli…” then no hot sensation is felt in the mouth. If I say “sugar…” then no sweetness is felt in the mouth. But if I say “Rama…” then sweetness is felt in the mouth. You will have to believe this. The heart becomes sweet.  This you will have to believe. If you chant God’s name properly even once, the heart becomes sweet and is filled with the nectar of life.

Hare Rama, Hare Rama…

Now Shri Sen while singing kirtan(devotional song) got entranced and started dancing. Emotions sprung up and his heart was filled with devotion. He forgot that the King had told him to come daily and complete his work of a barber. It was work entrusted to him for a long time. He forgot. He started surrendering himself at the divine feet of Saints. He asked the Saints to come to visit his house. They refused initially, but he insisted and said ‘how can you leave this village without visiting my house’? So they agreed. One who takes the shelter of God remains worriless and fearless. They remain in a mirthful state. When a devotee becomes worriless and takes the shelter of God, then He too fills your empty place. But if you have more faith in worldly shelter than in God, you are no where. God is supremely dear and compassionate.

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Signficance of Papankusha (sin prohibitive) Ekadashi—-Prernamurti Bharti Shriji

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Narayanaya Namaha, Narayanaya Namaha….

Lord Shiva told Narad Muni, Sanatkumars told Lord Vyasa, Lord Krishna told KingYudhisthira, and nowI am telling you the same significance of fasting on ‘Papankusha Ekadashi’.

The fast, which prohibits all the sins& which fulfills all the desires, is known as ‘Paap Ankusha’ Ekadashi, in other words ‘Triprusha’ Ekadashi.

‘Triprusha’ means Ekadashi comprising of three tithis (Dates according to Hindi Calender)– Ekadashi, Dwadashi and Trayodashi (i.e 11th, 12th &13th day falling between new moon to full moon) 

 Dashami(i.e the 10th day) will not be counted ,but only Ekadashi, Dwadashi and Trayodashi.

The combination of these three ‘tithis’ is known as ‘Triprusha’ Ekadashi. Just like, the last breath in ‘Prayaga’ and taking holy bath in ‘Gomti’ river near Lord Krishna in Dwarka leads to eternal liberation.

Similarly, the same liberation is attained by observing fast of ‘Triprusha’ Ekadashi.

Those who are lustful,  can’t do meditation & are passionate, those who cannot earn any punya(merit);  for such people it is said that ‘Triprusha’ Ekadashi fast is the best for attaining liberation.

One who observes fast on ‘Triprusha’ or ‘Papankusha’ Ekadashi, gets the fruit of doing 1000 Ashwamedha Yajna and 100 Vajapeya Yajna.

One gets liberated from sins like that of crores of Brāhmahatya (sin occurred due to killing of a vedic Hindu Brahmin) by observing fast of‘Triprusha’.

By mere listening to its glory, one gets the fruits of taking bath in holy river Ganges.

One who recites the Dwadash Mantra(twenty two letter mantra) – ‘Om Namo Bhagwate Vasudevay’  – on this ekadashi, attains ‘moksha’ (liberation) after death, irrespective of his caste be it -Brahmin, Shudra, Vaishya or Kshatriya.

In ancient times, Lord Brahma and many other Rishis(sages) did anushthana of this fast.

That’s why, it is also known as ‘Vaishnavi Tithi’ because the Supreme Lord, Himself, originated this tithi.

Triprusha ekadashi is the conjunction of Ekadashi, Dwadashi and Trayodashi.

But one should be careful about not observing fast of Ekadashi which falls on Dashami tithi, even by mistake since it leads to destruction of offspring and poverty.

Lord Krishna, while narrating its significance to King Yudhisthra said – the fruit, which is attained by going to and doing darshan(sight) of all the temples on this earth, is attained by doing kirtan and japa of Lord’s name.

Mere observing of fast of Triprusha Ekadashi and doing japa of Dwadashaakshara Mantra, one gets the fruit of all  pilgrimages.

This Ekadashi gets moksha and heaven; healthy body;  beautiful wife, wealth and well wishers.

Lord Krishna told Yudhisthira – Dear King, one who observes fast on this day liberates ten generations of mother, father and wife.

That’s why even a poor person should too give donations as much as possible, do japa on this day and make this fast successful.

                       “Aavandhyam divasam kuryat daridropinrupottama
                            Samacharan yathashakti snanadanadikakriya”

So far as possible, one should take bath in some holy river, donate, do japa of God’s name.

Whether one has any offspring or not; one is poor person or a king;  observing this fast attains – Dharma (Righteousness, Duty), Artha (Wealth), Kama (Desire) and Moksha (Liberation).

Narayanaya Namaha, Narayanaya Namaha….

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Dussehra—Prernamurti Bharti Shriji

Happy Dassehra

The ultimate goal of human being is:

  • Renunciation of wishes (kamana ki nivrutti)– Refrain one self from fulfilling unnecessary wishes.

It is achieved by being judicious, sensible and following appropriate discipline in life.

  • Fulfillment of curiosity (jigyasa ki purti)–Fulfillment of questions like – who am I, from where did I come, wheream I supposed to go, for whom am I doing all this?

If one sits peacefully and asks oneself these questions, definitely he will get the answers.

  • Attainment of eternal love (shashvat prem ki prapti)– To attain enlightenment.

To attain enlightenment by taking refuge in the lotus feet of God, Saints.

If one accomplishes these three goals then his human life is successful.

It is said that the human body is made up of nine doors containing vices.

Vijayadashami or Dussehra conveys the message to defeat these vices by taking refuge in the lotus feet of God .