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Janmashtami – Birth of Lord Krishna

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Janmashtami – Celebration of Krishna’s Birth Janmashtami is a yearly festival celebrated widely across the country to venerate the birth of lovable Lord Krishna. The day is adorned with fun-filled festivities, religious rituals and delicious recipes. Krishna, the supreme preserver and sustainer archetype, incarnated on this earth […]

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How To Celebrate Krishna Janmashtami At Home

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Krishna Jayanti or Janmashtami is the day to revere the birth of Lord Krishna and is one of the widely celebrated Hindu festivals across the country. Poojas and rituals offered to the avatar of the Supreme preserver and sustainer archetype may vary from place to place. In […]

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Something All the Planets Like: Acts of Compassion

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I often have people ask me is there something simple they can do that helps create a more positive relationship with all the planets. Yes! Anyone, wherever they are, can do acts of compassion and kindness, and these are always pleasing to the planets. For this reason, […]

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Sounds to Control the 9 Planets: Gift From Tamil Saint

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I have heard Dr. Pillai, founder of AstroVed, encourage people to become more conscious about time and more mindful about the influence of the planets in their daily planning. I myself use the Hora Watch Pro application from AstroVed on a Smart Phone to help me pay […]

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Twelve Names of the Sun

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Recently I was reading a poem by Swami Ramalingam, a famous Tamil saint who left Earth in a light body in 1874. He is famous for sharing a mantra given directly to him by Shiva, archetype of dissolution, for dissolving the physical body into light: Arut Perum […]

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Smashing 108 Coconuts: Destiny Changing Spiritual Technology

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Recently I went to a temple in Tamil Nadu (state in southern India) with some friends. We each wanted to smash 108 coconuts on a 14th Moon phase day (Chaturdasi tithi). Every 14th Moon phase day is a good time for invoking Ganesha’s blessings through the smashing […]

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Omen to Revive Cow Pooja

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March, 2017, a young male calf was found abandoned in the neighborhood of a guesthouse I was staying at in Chennai. Having a male calf show up for Spring Equinox was considered a good omen as Nandi the divine bull is said to bring water. I wrote […]

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WHY IS VASANT NAVRATRI CELEBRATED

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Vasant Navratri is the Nine Nights of Spring which falls in the month of Chaitra. Divine Mother, Adi Parashakti manifests herself as Mother Nature providing vegetation, nourishment, shelter, protection to all creatures, bringing rejuvenation to life on Earth. Mother’s grace and inherit beauty is apparent in spring […]

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10 Things To Donate On Akshaya Tritiya

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Day of Abundance – Akshaya Tritiya 2017 Akshaya means unlimited or inexhaustible – which never deteriorates. It is considered the most auspicious day to start a new venture. Vedic Astrologers say that this day is free from all malefic effects and any auspicious activities like buying gold, […]

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Astrology of a Chef: Maya Kaimal Cooks Fresh Flavors From Kerala

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Maya Kaimal is an American-born author who won a Julia Child Award for Best First Book for her first cookbook titled Curried Favors: Family Recipes from South India. She has also become a successful online entrepreneur with a product line of sauces, snacks, cookbooks and t-shirts, all […]

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How to Strengthen Your Soul’s DNA with Ancestors for an Improved Life

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The Mahalaya Paksha that falls during the Tamil month of Purattasi (the Sanskrit month of Bhadrapada) begins on September 17 through October 1, 2016. The dark lunar phase of this month is called Pitru Paksha and this fortnight is considered auspicious for chanting mantras, making prayers and […]

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Unlocking the Secrets Behind Krishna’s Intimate Devotee, Tulsi Devi

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Tulsi, or holy basil, is a herb revered for spiritual and medicinal qualities. It signifies the traits of devotion and love in women, and is the only herb worshiped as a devi, or goddess. Many sacred texts regard her as divine, and spiritual leaders revere her as […]

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