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The Groom is then escorted to the mandap where supplications to God are offered to Lord Ganesh first and afterward a concise function happens to respect the man of the hour and purify the mandap under which the wedding service will occur.
The Bride then makes her fabulous passageway and is escorted to the mandap by her maternal uncles or siblings in a service known as Kanya Agaman. A screen called the Antarpat is kept before the Groom differentiating him from the Bride.
The event of one's first entry into a new house should do Griha Pravesh for better future in the house. Once the home is ready, the family moves in on a fortunate day that is determined by the astrological charts. Clarity of panchang (almanac) and fortunate time (muhurat) must be considered in the griha pravesh. Three types of griha pravesh have been stated in our antique scriptures:
Apoorva (New) griha pravesh should perform when one takes first entry to newly built house on a particular property.
Sapoorva griha pravesh should be done when one takes entry into an already existing house after travelling abroad or migration.
As soon as one takes entry into a house after refurbishment or renovation consequent to damage because of fire, flood or earthquake is named as dwandwah (Old) griha pravesh.
For apoorva griha pravesh, the exact auspicious time needs to be followed to. For sapoorva griha pravesh or dwandwah griha pravesh, the clarity of the panchang should be given due to consideration.
Nava Griha Pooja
'Nava' means nine & 'Graha' means planets. As per Vedic Astrology, there are nine planets that influence our lives. According to the great Indian yogi Paramahamsa Yogananda, "Man is born on that day and that moment when his individual fate is in perfect mathematical harmony with the progress of the stars in heaven". The Conclusion of good or bad things of one's life and the time of their effect depends on how the planets are located in ones horoscope at the time of birth. Some planets are well placed and some are badly placed in each horoscope. During the period of our life we go through achievements and disappointments, happiness and troubles in numerous phases of life in different time slots in varying degrees. Conflagrations of certain planetary gives rise to strong bad effects which are known as "Doshas".
As per "Nava Graha Doshas" individuals fall into sadness and certain low moods. This low period may last for some period based on the power of the planet. However this can be averted with intelligence. Connecting to the cosmic intelligence to avert any hindrances in life and to bestow tremendous peace and success in life, Navagraga Pooja is conducted. The Vedic scriptures and the astrology scriptures prescribe various poojas to ward off the negative influence of the planets and to improve the benefic effects.
The Navagraha pooja is performed in the prescribed manner with the Nava Dravyas of the 9 planets. Navagraha Sooktam is recited and 108 Namavalis of all the 9 planets are recited. This pooja is performed by 2 pundits.
The Satyanarayana Pooja is performed to Lord Satyanarayana who is Lord Vishnu the sustainer of the universe according to Vedic convention. The puja is said to present huge flourishing on the individual or family who performs the puja.
Satyanarayana Pooja is typically done on uncommon events as an offering of appreciation to the Lord. These events incorporate marriage, graduation, and the buy of another home to name a couple. The Satyanarayana Pooja is additionally done on the Poornima day of each month (full moon day).
The puja begins with a supplication to God to Lord Ganesha, the remover of all snags. An alternate a piece of the request to God includes requests to God to the Navagraha's, which are the 9 vital heavenly creatures, in the universe. They comprise of Surya (the Sun), Chandra (the moon), Angaaraka/Chevaai (Mars), Budha (Mercury), Guru otherwise known as Bruhaspati (Jupiter), Shukra (Venus), Sani (Saturn), Rahu (the head of Demon snake), and Ketu (the tail of Demon snake).
Whatever remains of the supplication to God is love to Lord Satyanarayana, to a great degree altruistic manifestation of Lord Vishnu. Once more, names of Lord Satyanarayana are droned alongside offering of a mixture of prasads (nourishment offerings) and blossom petals.
Likewise in the puja the story of the source of the puja is perused to be heard among each one of those watching and sharing in the puja. The story additionally clarifies the profits of performing the puja.
The petition to God finishes up with Arati and appreciation contemplation!
Gayatri Mata is the Mata of the Vedas, including Rig Veda, Yajur Veda, Samved and Arthwa Veda. That is the reason Panchmukhi Gayatri Mata has four additional confronts speaking to every one of the Veda like the master Brahma the father of Sarasvati the Godess of Knowledge. Gayatri Havan is performed to achieve joy inside the family.
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Most Hindus believe that humans are in a cycle of death and rebirth called SAMSARA. When a person dies their atman is reborn in a different body. Some believe rebirth happens directly at death, others believe that an atman may exist in other realms.
Hindus believe in reincarnation. The basic belief is that a person's fate is determined according to his deeds. These deeds in Hinduism are called Karma.
According to Hindu Funeral customs, the body remains at the home until it is cremated, which is usually within 24 hours after death. The Ashes are typically scattered at a sacred body of water or at some other place of importance to the deceased.
A garland of flowers should be placed in the casket. During the wake. family and friends gather around the casket and ma recite hymns or mantras at the end of the wake, before body is removed for cremation, many Hindus place "Pinda" (rice balls) near the casket.
Sagai is traditionally held at the bridegroom’s home where the family members and friends of both the bride and the bridegroom are invited for the ceremony. The bride’s family visits the bridegroom’s family with lots of immaculately wrapped traditional gifts, sweets and dry fruits, and tikka material to perform the ritual of Sagai/Kurmai/Mangni. Nowadays, the tikka ceremony has been combined with the Sagai ceremony. The tikka material that the bride’s family carries to the bridegroom’s home consists of a silver tray with a few grains of rice on it, a silver bowl containing some saffron, 14 chuharey (dried dates) nicely wrapped in a silver foil and a coconut covered in a golden leaf.
At the beginning of the tikka ceremony, the bridegroom’s sister(s) put a fine, silk palla (long scarf) around his neck which he then holds open on his lap when the bride’s family comes to present him with various gifts and sweets. The bride is also wrapped with an ornate chunni (stole). This chunni could be a family heirloom as well, which is passed on from generation to generation. The bride’s father then applies tikka on his would-be son-in-law’s forehead and blesses him. He then fills the palla with sweets and dry fruits, and presents the bridegroom with a gold Kara, some money and/or other gifts like a watch or a gold chain.
Traditionally, baby showers are given only for the family's first child, and only women are invited, though this has changed in recent years, now allowing showers being split up for different audiences: workplace, mixed-sex, and feminist. Activities at baby showers include gift-giving and playing themed games.
Baby shower games vary, sometimes including standard games such as bingo, and sometimes being pregnancy-themed, such as "guess the mother's measurements" or "guess the baby". These games help let the close friends attending the shower bond with the mother, and enable the new family to say thanks ahead of time, figuring out who is willing and able to help them with the challenges of bringing up a child.
According to etiquette authority Miss Manners, because the party centers on gift-giving, the baby shower is typically arranged and hosted by a close friend rather than a member of the family, since it is considered rude for families to beg for gifts on behalf of their members. However, this custom varies by culture or region and in some it is expected and customary for a close female family member to host the baby shower, often the baby's maternal grandmother
Janoi vidhi holds high significance in Hinduism. It is one of the major sanskars amongst the 16 mentioned in the Hindu Dharmashastras. A janeu is a white colored, sacred thread made of three streams of threads, that is worn from the left shoulder towards the right side. This ceremony is known as Upanayana Sanskar in Sanatan Dharma, where upanayana signifies moving closer to God, while in Sanskrit, it is called Yagyopavita Sanskar. Yagyopavita is a blended word of yagya and upavita, which means getting the right to perform yagya/havan (fire sacrifice). Without completing this ritual; praying, studying, doing puja, business, etc. are said to be meaningless.
The Hindu Shastras state that after performing the Upanayana Ceremony, a child’s sins from his previous lives are cleansed. Consequently, it was believed that the child is reborn after this ceremony as only after completing this ritual does the child become religiously pious. In ancient times, a child was educated only after this was done, as it was believed that the Janoi Ceremony is crucial for the child’s growth and gaining knowledge.
Randal maaa na lota
There are many reasons why people perform this ceremony, here are some: –
A family tradition were the ceremony is performed when a new daughter-in-law is welcomed into the new home. The ceremony will bring happiness and blessings upon the couple.
In other family traditions the ceremony is associated with the first pregnancy, they will do this on the seventh month to call blessings upon the baby inside the mother to be.
The Matajis Mudh (Alter) is made ready by the priest, however this room is very devotional and is reserved for meditation and devotional songs. Food is prepared. Although Kheer and paar are done Usually early morning.
On Monday people worship Bholenath. It is believed that if Lord Shiva is worshiped with true heart on this day, then God fulfills every wish of the devotee. People also observe fast on this day. One should recite Shiva Chalisa or Shivashtak while worshiping Shiva. One should not make any mistake while worshiping Shiva. It is said that he does not like the mistake while worshiping Bholenath. In such a situation, some things are taken care of while worshiping on Monday. If you too are worshiping Bholenath today, then here we are giving you information about these things.
Do not offer these things even after forgetting Shivji:
Shivji should never offer kettle flowers. Also, basil leaves should not be offered. Shiva should not even offer water from a conch shell. The use of sesame is also prohibited. Shivji should also not offer turmeric and kumkum.
Bhagavata saprah also known as srimad Bhagavata Maha-puraṇa, srimad Bhagavatam or Bhagavata, is one of Hinduism's eighteen great Puranas. Composed in Sanskrit and available in almost all Indian languages, it promotes devotion to Krishna integrating themes from the Advaita philosophy of Adi Shankara, Vishishtadvaita of Ramanujacharya and Dvaita of Madhvacharya.
The Bhagavata Purana, like other puranas, discusses a wide range of topics including cosmology, astronomy, genealogy, geography, legend, music, dance, yoga and culture. As it begins, the forces of evil have won a war between the benevolent deities and evil demons and now rule the universe. Truth re-emerges as Krishna, – first makes peace with the demons, understands them and then creatively defeats them, bringing back hope, justice, freedom and happiness – a cyclic theme that appears in many legends.
The Bhagavata Purana is a revered text in Vaishnavism, a Hindu tradition that reveres Vishnu.The text presents a form of religion that competes with that of the Vedas, wherein bhakti ultimately leads to self-knowledge, salvation and bliss. However the Bhagavata Purana asserts that the inner nature and outer form of Krishna is identical to the Vedas and that this is what rescues the world from the forces of evil. An oft-quoted verse is used by some Krishna sects to assert that the text itself is Krishna in literary form.
The Garuda Purana is one of 18 Mahapuran of texts in Hinduism. It is a part of Vaishnavism literature corpus, primarily centering around Hindu god Vishnu. Composed in Sanskrit, the earliest version of the text may have been composed in the first millennium BCE, but it was likely expanded and changed over a long period of time.
The cosmology presented in Garuda Purana revolves around Vishnu and Lakshmi, and it is their union that created the universe. Vishnu is the unchanging reality called Brahman, while Lakshmi is the changing reality called Maya. The goddess is the material cause of the universe, the god acts to begin the process.
The cosmogenesis in Garuda Purana, like other Puranas, weaves the Samkhya theory of two realities, the Purusha and Prakriti, the masculine and feminine presented as interdependent, each playing a different but essential role to create the observed universe. Goddess Lakshmi is the creative power of Prakriti, cosmic seed and the source of creation. God Vishnu is the substance of Purusha, the soul and the constant. The masculine and the feminine are presented by the Garuda Purana, states Pintchman, as an inseparable aspect of the same divine, metaphysical truth Brahman.
The Garuda Purana, states Madan, elaborates the repeatedly found theme in Hindu religious thought that the living body is a microcosm of the universe, governed by the same laws and made out of the same substances. All the gods are inside the human body, what is outside the body is present within it as well. Body and cosmos, states Madan, are equated in this theme. Vishnu is presented by the text as the supreme soul within the body.
Astrology is a pseudoscience that claims to divine information about human affairs and terrestrial events by studying the movements and relative positions of celestial objects. Astrology has been dated to at least the 2nd millennium BCE, and has its roots in calendric system used to predict seasonal shifts and to interpret celestial cycles as signs of divine communications. Many cultures have attached importance to astronomical events, and some—such as the Hindus, Chinese, and the Maya—developed elaborate systems for predicting terrestrial events from celestial observations. Western astrology, one of the oldest astrological systems still in use, can trace its roots to 19th–17th century BCE Mesopotamia, from where it spread to Ancient Greece, Rome, the Arab world and eventually Central and Western Europe. Contemporary Western astrology is often associated with systems of horoscopes that purport to explain aspects of a person's personality and predict significant events in their lives based on the positions of celestial objects; the majority of professional astrologers rely on such systems.
Throughout most of its history, astrology was considered a scholarly tradition and was common in academic circles, often in close relation with astronomy, alchemy, meteorology, and medicine. It was present in political circles and is mentioned in various works of literature, from Dante Alighieri and Geoffrey Chaucer to William Shakespeare, Lope de Vega, and Calderón de la Barca. Following the end of the 19th century and the wide-scale adoption of the scientific method, researchers have successfully challenged astrology on both theoretical and experimental grounds, and have shown it to have no scientific validity or explanatory power. Astrology thus lost its academic and theoretical standing, and common belief in it has largely declined.