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The benefit of worshipping The Eternity Lord Krishna

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Lord Krishna is the eighth avatar of Lord Vishnu and the central character of the epic Mahabharata. His maternal uncle imprisoned her sister and killed her seven babies as the eighth one will be his destructor; however the king failed to kill the eighth baby as he was smuggled out of the prison and that baby was Lord Krishna. Lord Krishna is portrayed as the greatest diplomat and the omnipotent power. He narrated the Gita the revered text of the Hindu religion. The Gita is a depiction of Lord Krishna’s power and it also narrates the Hindi concept of life and death. The cult of Vaishnavism spread through the whole of India and in modern times the bhakti-movement has gained strength and made a global impact.

Reason for worshiping Lord Krishna


The Krishna is the reincarnation of Vishnu, he who preserves and nurtures creation. He is the model of love and devotion. By worshipping lord Krishna releases the soul from further reincarnation and it is absolved from further torments. The free soul then gets enshrined in the universal soul.

How to worship Lord Krishna


Lord Krishna is worshipped in two forms. In one form, the deity is a kid and called Balagovinda. In this form, the deity of lord Krishna is normally a metal idol. The ritual starts with bathing the metal idol in pure and clean water, drying and dressing up the idol. The tulsi leaf with sandalwood paste is offered and fruits and laddoos are offered; incense sticks and dias or oil lamps are a must. The items for pujas are same. The devotional songs are a part and parcel of Krishna worship and bhajans are an essential part of the pujas in the evening. The households where Balgovinda form is worshipped, the lord is worshipped in the morning in the midday and in the eveningFestivals of Lord Krishna


The main festival of Lord Krishna is the Janmashtami and is celebrated all over India. The Mathura city was once in the central attraction as Mathura is lord’s births place. However, the Janmastsmi festival is celebrated over the whole of India. Chanting hymns from the Gita and bhajans are part of the celebration. Incidentally, the bhakti movement has encouraged music in a great way. The bhajans of Mira is an example and Mira’s bhajan is also among the evening essentials.

Benefits of Worshipping Lord Krishna

Radhakrishna is to have harmony, peace of mind and a happy married life. The Krishna is another form if the Vishnu the second of the trinity and is worship frees the soul from further sufferings and rebirth and mingles with the eternal soul.

Regions where the Lord Krishna is worshipped

The lord Krishna is worshipped whole of India and outside India also. A few famous Krishna Temples are : Krishna Jianma Bhoomi Mandir, Mathura; Banke Behari Mandir, Vrindavan; Dwarakadhish Temple Gujarat; GuruVayur Temple, Kerala; Srtnath Temple, Rajasthan; Udupi Sri Krtshna Temple, Karnataka and ISKCON temple at Mayapur West Bengal

Worshipping the Goddess Of Purity Ganga

Gangadevi

In Hinduism and especially in India, river Ganges is considered the holiest of all rivers. Originating from the Gangotri glacier in the Gaumukh in the Greater Himalayas, the river has enriched the life of millions of Hindus over the centuries. Ganga is mentioned twice as a goddess in the Hindu mythology. Once in the “Visnu Purana”, as “Vishmupadi” as she was created from the sweat of Lord Vishnu and in the mythological tales where she is regarded as the daughter of Parvataraja, Devi Parvati’s sister and Lord Shiva’s consort.

Specifications of worship

The river is worshipped as a deity and respectfully referred to as “Ganga Maiya” or Gangaji”. The water of the holy river is called “Gingival” and is regarded pious and the most sacred water on earth. The water, therefore, is stored in every Hindu household as it is used in all Hindu ceremonies and festivals. Hindus lie along the Ganga Ghats or banks of the Ganges, lie Gangotri, Allahabad Varanasi and Haridwar, as these places are considered to be sacred to the Hindus.

Popular beliefs and benefits

In Hindu mythology, the river is worshipped as a goddess. It is believed that she descended from the heaven to rinse away the sins of mankind and, therefore, thousands of Hindus dip in the holy water on auspicious occasions like during “Makar Sankranti” to wash away their sin and bestow her special blessings. The bath is believed to facilitate the realization of salvation. Hindus immerse the ashes of their family in the holy waters of Ganga, with popular faith that the ashes travel to heaven.

Popular Ganga festivals

Every summer, the festival Ganga Dashami or Ganga Dusshera is celebrated. The auspicious occasion marks the descent of the river on earth. Devotees dip in the holy river seeking her blessings and worships by lighting a lamp, offers flowers, sandalwood, and milk.

Benefits of Worshipping Lord Ganesha

The worshipping of the God leads to destroying of the evils and gives success to his devotees. He is worshipped as the God of knowledge, wisdom, wealth and education.

Centers of worship

Thousand of devotees, across India, perform the “Ganga aarti” every evening, along the banks of the river like in cities like Haridwar, Varanasi, Kanpur, Patna, Allahabad among others regions. The “Ganga aarti” is an act of respect for the deity seeking her blessings.

All you need to know about Corona Virus in India

Virus

The situation of coronavirus in India is better compared to other countries. Most parts of India are unaffected as we see, so instead of panicking, we have to start following the safety measure to stop it from spreading all over. We have to start social distancing and “Self-Quarantine”.

The number of cases are increasing daily which is not at all a good sign, some of the coronavirus positive patients have attended public events and travelled in public transports which can lead to very dangerous results.

However, the government of India has taken a very good initiative by ordering to Locdown and for many office going people “work from home” is also provided. These things will avoid a lot of public gatherings and the spread of coronavirus, people are advised to stay at home.

So yes India is affected with coronavirus and steps to prevent further spread are being taken seriously. Hope everything gets well soon.

Pay attention to these things-

Handshake – avoid Shake hands with anyone. Because the easiest way is for the virus to spread. The Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has said that he will no longer join hands, he will bow with folded hands like India.

Wash hands thoroughly- Wash your hands thoroughly from both the front and back. Because we get to do many such things which will be touched by many other people like lift button, door handle etc.

Maintain distance- If you feel that a person is ill, then keep a distance of at least 3 feet while talking to him, because you can get infected by his breath or by sneezing as he speaks.

Avoid touching your face-Do not touch your face or nose as much as possible, because you may have placed your hand somewhere or touched something that has infected you. Yes, after washing your hands, do whatever you want.

If you feel a cold, difficulty in breathing or cough, call this number immediately.

Here is a list of helpline numbers for Corona Virus in India

India coronavirus central helpline number: +91-11-23978046 ..

Tollfree number: 1075

Helpline numbers for coronavirus assistance across all state ..

1 Andhra Pradesh: 0866-2410978

2 Arunachal Pradesh: 9536055743

3 Assam: 6913347770 ..

5 Chhattisgarh: 077122-35091

6 Goa: 104

7 Gujarat: 104

8 Haryana: 8558893911

9 Himachal Pradesh: 104

10 Jharkhand: 104

14 Maharashtra: 020-26127394

15 Manipur: 3852411668

16 Meghalaya: 108

17 Mizoram: 102

18 Nagaland: 7005539653

19 Odisha: 9439994859

20 Punjab: 104

21 Rajasthan: 0141-2225624

22 Sikkim: 104

23 Tamil Nadu: 044-29510500

24 Telangana: 104

25 Tripura: 0381-2315879

26 Uttar Pradesh: 18001805145

27 Uttarakhand: 104

28 West Bengal: 3323412600

Pay Homage To Tirupati Lord Venkateswara And Attain Success In Life

Lord  Venkateswara

Lord Venkateswara is known by other names like Srinivasa, balaji and is another avatar of the Hindu deity, Vishnu. Hindu Scriptures state that seeing the dedication of his devotees, Bhagawan Vishnu reincarnated himself as Venkateshwara. In the Kaliyuga age, he appeared for the upliftment and salvation of humanity. Legends state that he is the highest and most respect divinity in the dark Kaliyug age and is thus, known as Sankata Mochaka Venkata Ramana.

Worshipping the supreme divinity, Vishnu, in the form of Venkateshwara includes different types of rituals. These include Madhyahna, Nishi, and UshaKala puja. Daily ceremonial practices entail Archana, Thomala Seva, Unjal Seva, Suprabhata Seva, Arjita Brahmotsavam. These holy rituals must be performed in the break of dawn, preferably at 3:00 a.m. Shuddhi, Koluvu, Panchanga Sravanam, and Sahasranama Archana are other essential practices that take place in the early morning hours.

Reasons for praying:

Observing Vratha or fasting in the name of Lord Balaji will earn his grace and helps you in achieving your goals. Reciting Namo Venkatesaya or Govinda while performing the japa is also beneficial. Removing the barriers of health problems or financial difficulties becomes attainable by offering regular obeisance to the divinity. Obtaining promotion in your job and success in your life’s ventures become possible with dedicated praying.

Festivals celebrated:

Tirupati, in Andhra Pradesh dedicatedly celebrates festivities devoted to Lord Venkateshwara. Srivari Brahmotsavam is one of the annual festivals, celebrated during September to October, at the Dasara, and Navarathri occasions. In the months of December and January, the Adhyaynatosav am festival is commemorated with splendor during ten days of Vaikunta Ekadashi. Rathasaptami is observed in February where the deity of Balaji is taken around the town in procession.

Places of worship

Tirumala, in Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh is devoted to the divinity, Lord Balaji. Sri Venkateswara Swamy Temple, in Chittoor district, is known by different names like the Tirupati Balaji temple and Tirumala temple. People from all over the world visit the Chittoor district to see the stone deity of Dhruva Beram and Kautuka Beram. Sri Kalyana Venkateswaraswami temple is situated near Tirupati and is renowned for the Yajna performed by Muni Rishis. People from these regions have immense faith on Balaji for fighting the evils of Kaliyuga.

Out Break of Corona virus ( Covid-19) pandemic – Be safe stay at home

The coronavirus also known as COVID-19 is a deadly virus that started spreading from Wuhan City, China. The virus has now spread all over the world.
It belongs to the same family that causes SARS. It causes COVID-19, a respiratory illness that can be transmitted from person to person.

How does it get spread:

The coronavirus also known as COVID-19 – spreads from person to person in close proximity, similar to other respiratory illnesses, such as the flu.

Droplets of bodily fluids – such as saliva or mucus – from an infected person are dispersed in the air or on surfaces by coughing or sneezing.

These droplets can come into direct contact with other people or can infect those who pick them up by touching infected surfaces and then their face.

A deadly virus has killed thousands in a global pandemic, leading to sweeping changes in our way of life as the world tries to slow its spread.

You can protect yourself and help prevent spreading the virus to others if you:

Things to Do:
Keep social distancing
Wash your hands regularly for 20 seconds, with soap and water or alcohol-based hand rub.
Cover your nose and mouth with a disposable tissue or flexed elbow when you cough or sneeze.
Avoid close contact (1 meter or 3 feet) with people who are unwell.
Stay home and self-isolate from others in the household if you feel unwell.

Things Not to Do:
Don’t Touch your eyes, nose, or mouth if your hands are not clean.
Avoid Large Gatherings.
maintain distance from your elder while its effecting them more.

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