Tuesday, August 21, 2012

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Sunday, August 19, 2012

Rama Dwadasa nama Stotram

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Adhika maasa Karthavya

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Adhika maasa Karthavya

Adhika Masa Na-Karthavyas
Rakshasas by name Nairuthas dominate in the Adhika masa and destroy the phalas of all Kamya karmas - Functions or Vratas with a specific desire are known as Kamya karmas. List of them to be avoided in an Adhika masa are Agnyadheya, Devatha Prathishte, Yajna, Vratas, Upakarma, Vrushothsava, Choodakarma (First haircut), Upanayana, Vivaha, Vasthu devatha pooja, Gruha pravesha, Yathrothsava, Wearing of new ornaments and Mahadanas. Thulapurushadana, Hiranyagarbhadana, Brahmandadana, Kalpapadapada, Gosahasradana are some of the sixteen mahadanas.
Yathrothsava: The ban on yathra is only for those who are going for the first time. Here yathra means those who visit pilgrim centres for darshana and Shraddha.
Karthavyas in Adhika masa
Nithya Sandhyavandana, Devatha Pooja, Vaishwadeva, Pumsavana, Seemantha, Jathakarma, Shanthis associated with it, Masika Shraddha, Sapindeekarana, Varshika Shraddha (for those who have passed away during an Adhika masa), Dana & Japa on Grahana day, Chathurmasya vratha (if the Adhika masa happens to be one of the Chathurmasas), Japas / Archanas etc as Pariharas for illnesses, Japas / Parayanas etc for getting rain, and other routine activities.
Kshaya Masa
A chandramana masa in which TWO sankramanas occur is known as Kshaya Masa. Normally only one Sankramana occurs in each Chandramana masa with the exception of an Adhika Masa.
A Kshaya Masa is also called Shoonya Masa.
TWO Adhika masas: Whenever a Kshaya masa occurs, two Adhika masas occur during the same year. The earlier one is known as Amhaspathi or Prakrutha and the second one as Samsarpa or Malimluncha. Prakrutha Adhika masa is considered normal masa with no stigma of Na-karthavyas.
Activities of a Kshaya masaDuring a Kshaya masa, theoretically a masa is lost and all activities during the masa will have to be lost.
In practice, the Kshaya masa gets sort of merged with the next masa. During such a masa, the first half of each thithi is considered to represent the Kshaya masa and the later half the next masa.
Luckily each thithi is divided into two equal halves and are known as Karanas. Therefore the first karana of a thithi refers to the kshaya masa and the later karana to the next masa. Activities of the masas are to be carried out in the respective karanas.
Occurance: Kshaya masa can occur only during Kartheeka, Margashira or Pushya masas.
Next Kshaya masa: Kshaya masas occur alternately once in 141 years and 19 years. Kshaya masa occured in the past during 1983 after a gap of 19 years i.e year 1964. Therefore the next Kshaya masa is expected during 2124.
Details of Shraddha during Adhika Vaishakha Masa
1. Annual shraddhas due in Vaishakha masa are to be performed in Nija Vaishakha masa.
2. First Abdika of persons who passed away during last year’s Vaishakha masa is to be performed during Adhika Vaishakha masa itself.
3. Masika (shraddha) for persons who passed away during last year after Vaishakha masa has to be performed in both Adhika and Nija Vaishakha masas.
4. Darsha shraddha has to be performed during both Adhika and Nija masas.
5. Annual shraddha for those who have passed away during Adhika Vaishalka masa has to be peformed in Adhika Vaishakha masa only. [During years without a Adhika Vaishakha masa, it has to be performed in Vaishakha masa.]

Adhika maasa Dhana

Vrathas & Danas in Adhika Masa
Masa Snana: Snana during Arunodaya (One and a half hour period before Sunrise) on all days of the masa in rivers / sarovaras / tanks / wells etc.
Ayachitha Vratha: Being content with what you have and not ask anybody for anything.
Akhanda Deepa: One lamp should glow continuously without a break during the entire masa.
Deepa Seva: Lighting of 33 lamps, 108 lamps, 1008 lamps on all days / special days / one day or any combination.
Dharana Parana Vratha: Fifteen cycles of One complete day fasting (dharana) followed by Parana on the next day.
Vishnu Panchaka Vratha: Five fasts during the masa on - Shravana Nakshatra day, Two Ekadashis, Pournami and Amavasya
Naktha Bhojana / Eka Bhuktha: Complete fasting during the day and just One meal at night time.
Thamboola Dana: On all days of the masa to brahmin couples.
Bagina dana: Women should give away baginas to at least 33 mutthaides (sumangalis).
Apoopa Dana: Apoopas prepared out of Rice, Jaggery and Ghee. At least 33 apoopas in a bronze vessel to be given away. Ghee in another vessel also to be given away. This is said to bestow Vishesha Phala.
Phala Dana: Minimum of 33 plantains or mangoes or Jack fruit lozenges.
Those who cannot give on all days of the masa should try and give on the special days: Shukla Dwadashi, Pournima, Krishna Ashtami, Navami, Dwadashi, Chathurdashi and Amavasya.
Note: All danas should be accompanied by Dakshina (cash).
Dakshina is the name of the Lakshmidevi seated to the south of Sriman Narayana. Danas are considered being given to Sriman Narayana and Dakshina to Lakshmidevi by name Dakshina.
Shastras say Dakshina should be equal to the monetary value of the item being given away. Considering what shastras say, Dakshina should not be just a coin.
Vrathas and Danas are complete only with a Samarpane to Bhagavantha. Traditionally, “Bharathi ramana Mukhya Prananthargatha Shri Krishnarpanamastu” is used.
The number 33 mentioned in all the above cases is the minimum indicated and persons who can afford need not limit to 33.

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Saturday, August 18, 2012

AshtaVasus


The Ashtavasus are:

1.Drona [Vishnu],
2.Dhruva [Jishnu],
3.Dosha [Mahavishnu],
4.Arka [Hari],
5.Agni [Krishna],
6.Dyaou [Adhokshaja],
7.Prana [Keshava] and
8.Vibhavasu [Madhava]

Dwadash Adithya


The Dwadashadithyas are:

1.Vivaswan [Thrivikrama],
2.Aryama [Vasudeva],
3.Poosha [Jagadyoni],
4.Thwastru [Anantha],
5.Savithru [Sheshashayee],
6.Bhaga [Sankarshana],
7.Dhathru [Pradyumna],
8.Parjanya [Daithyari],
9.Varuna [Vishwathomukha],
10.Mithra [Janardhana],
11.Shakra [Dharavasa],
12.Urukrama [Damodara],
13.Prajapathi [Agardhana] and
14.Vashatkara [Shreepathi].

Ekadasa Rudraru


The names of Ekadasha Rudras with their antharyami Bhagavantha’s names are: 1.Bheema [Rama]2.Raivatha [Achyutha]3.Oja [Purushotthama]4.Ajaikapath [Govinda]5.Mahan [Vamana]6.Bahuroopa [Shreesha]7.Bhava [Shreekanta]8.Vamadeva [Vishwasakshi]9.Ugra [Narayana]10.Vrushakapi [Madhuripu] and 11.Ahirbudhni [Aniruddha].

Wednesday, August 15, 2012

Tithi Abhimani Devatas


Tithi Abhimani Devatas

  1. Padya (Pratipat)          :    Agni
  2. Dvitiya                         :    Brahma
  3. Tritiya                          :    Gouri
  4. Chaturthi                     :   Ganesha
  5. Panchami                     :   Naga
  6. Shashti                        :   Skanda
  7. Saptami                       :   Surya
  8. Ashtami                       :   Durga
  9. Navami                        :   Lakshmi, Vayu
  10. Dashami                      :   Vishnu
  11. Ekadashi                     :   Vishnu
  12. Dvadashi                     :   Vishnu
  13. Trayodashi                  :   Kama
  14. Shukla Chaturdashi     :   Yama
  15. Krishna Chaturdashi    :   Shiva
  16. Purnima                       :   Chandra
  17. Amavasya                    :   Pitrus

Clear Explanation of Taratamya


Taratamya

The Taratamya or hierarchy amongst Ishvara and Jivas.
I) Maha Vishnu or Narayana or Paramatma
II) Maha Lakshmi
  1. Brahma, Vayu
  2. Saraswati, Bharati
  3. Gaurda, Shesha, Rudra
  4. Shanmahishis (Jambavati, Nila, Bhadra, Mitravinda, Kalindi and Lakshana)
  5. Souparni, Varuni, Parvati
  6. Indra, Kama
  7. Ahankarika Prana
  8. Aniruddha, Shachi, Rati, Svayambhuva Manu, Bruhaspati, Daksha Prajapati
  9. Pravaha Vayu
  10. Surya, Chandra, Yama, Shatharupa
  11. Varuna
  12. Narada
  13. Bhrugu, Agni, Prasuti
  14. Vishvamitra, Marichi, Atri, Angirasa, Pulastya, Pulaha, Kratu, Vasishta, Vaivasvata Manu
  15. Mitra, Tara, Nirruti, Pravahi
  16. Vishvaksena, Aswini Devatas, Ganapati, Kubera, 7 Vasus, 10 Rudras, 6 Adityas, 47 Maruts, 10 Vishvedevatas, 1 Rubhu, 2 Dyavaprithivi, 3 Pitrus
  17. Karmaja Devatas (Sanatkumaras, 7 Indras, Grahas, Gandharvas, Manus, Apsaras, etc)
  18. Ganga, Parjanya, Sanjna, Rohini, Shamala, Virat
  19. Anakhyata Devatas
  20. Svaha
  21. Budha
  22. Usha (wife of Ashvini Devatas)
  23. Shani
  24. Pushkara
  25. Ajanaja Devatas (16100 wives of Lord Krishna, etc)
  26. Chira Pirtus
  27. Deva gandharvas
  28. Manushya gandharvas
  29. Antardarshi Kings
  30. Uttama Manushyas
While Maha Vishnu and Maha Lakshmi do not have Linga Deha, the rest in the list do have Linga Deha (some
form of physical representation)

Madhwara Parampare Mathas


Madhva Mathas

A list of the various Mathas adhering to Srimadacharya’s philosophy. Out of these, the first eight are part of the Ashta (eight) mathas of Udupi who take turns once every two years to worship Lord Krishna at Udupi.
  1. Palimaru Matha
  2. Adamaru Matha
  3. Krishnapura Matha
  4. Puttige Matha
  5. Shirooru Matha
  6. Sode Matha
  7. Kaniyooru Matha
  8. Pejavara Matha
  9. Uttaradi Matha
  10. Bhandarakeri Matha
  11. Subramanya Matha
  12. Chitrapura Matha
  13. Bhimanakatte Matha
  14. Madhva Kanva Matha
  15. Sagarakatte Vyasaraja Matha
  16. Kashi Matha
  17. Partagali Jeevottama Matha
  18. Raghavendra Matha
  19. Sosale Vyasaraja Matha
  20. Kundapura Vyasaraja Matha
  21. Baligaru Arya Akshobhya Tirtha Matha
  22. Kudli Arya Akshobhya Tirtha Matha
  23. Tambehalli Madhava Tirtha Matha
  24. Mulbagalu Sripadaraja Matha

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Thursday, August 09, 2012

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Krishna Astami Special Mantra

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                                        || Krishnaya Yadhavendraya Gyagna Mudraya Yogine |
                                         | Nathaya Rukminisaya Namoo Vedhantha vedine ||


Krishna Argya Mantram


कृष्णार्ध्यमन्त्र
जातः कंसवधार्थाय भूभारोत्तारणाय च ।
कौरवाणां विनाशाय दैत्यानां निधनाय च ।
पाण्डवानां हितार्थाय धर्मसंस्थापनाय च ।
गृहाणार्घ्यं मया दत्तं देवक्या सहितो हरे ।।

चन्द्रार्घ्यमन्त्र

क्षीरोदार्णवसंभूत अत्रिगोत्रसमुद्भव ।

Krishna Astami Special





.....................................................Today  Lord Krishna Janmastami...............................
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Mantra:

..........................................OM KLEEM KRISHNAYA NAMAHA...........................................

Friday, August 03, 2012

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om namo raghavendraya namaha


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