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Tuesday, April 29, 2014

(10.4.3) Narad Jayanti 2017

Narad Jayanti 2017

When is Narad Jayanti in 2017
In the year 2017, Narad Jayanti is on Friday,12 May 2017.
Important things about Narad Jayanti :- 
(1) Narad Jayanti is celebrated as the birth anniversary of Narad Muni.
(2) Narad is also referred as Devrishi which means the sage of gods.
(3) Devrishi Narad is also known as the divine messenger. He has the power to visit all the three worlds i.e. Swarg Lok, Mrityu Lok and Patal Lok. He is source of information and carries the information from one place to another in no time. He always carries a Veena with him. In some cases his information may create a trouble to someone but his intention of giving information is always positive and benevolent. In the light of the above lines he can be called the  reporter in the modern sense.
(4) He is the devotee of Lord Vishnu.
(5) It is considered auspicious to read the Narad Puran and to go to the temple of Lord Vishnu. on Narad Jayanti.
'' wishes you a very happy Narad Jayanti.

Monday, April 28, 2014

(13.1.10) Peacock Feathers / Importance of Peacock feathers

Importance of Peacock feathers / How are  peacock feathers useful  

A peacock is a very beautiful bird. It is the national bird of India.It has a long tail with a small beak. Its neck with light and dark blue glossy feathers around it, looks very graceful . On its head there is a crest. It has a bright long tail. Its tail has eye- like spots in violet blue and green. On a cloudy day the peacock feels very cheerful.It is filled with thrills of joy and begins to dance. While dancing, it spreads its tail feathers in a semi-circle and shouts (cries) like 'Meh Aao' which means 'come rain'. So the people believe that it is calling rain to come.
In the Hindu scriptures it is mentioned that peacock is the vehicle of Kartikey, the god of war. The peacock was also the favourite bird of Lord Krishna who wore the feathers of the peacock in his coronet.It was Lord Krishna's love for this bird that made it sacred to the Hindu community.
Importance of Peacock feathers :- 
(1) Peacock feathers and Hinduism
The peacock is considered as a sacred bird because of its association with the Hindu deities.
According to the Hinduism, the peacock is the symbol of purity. So the feathers of the peacock are considered sacred.
(2) Peacock feathers and goddess Saraswati
As peacock is associated with Saraswati, the goddess of knowledge and fine arts so it is said that if a student keeps the feather of the peacock in his books and has their Darshan in the morning, it helps him in getting good education. It also increases memory power.retention power and concentration.
(3) Peacock feathers as a remedial measure 
If the peacock feathers are kept in the bed room, the persons who sleep in that room will not see bad or inauspicious dreams.
(4) Peacock feathers and Vastu Shastra
According to the Vastu Shastra, keeping the peacock feathers in the house keeps away the negative energy from that house.
Peacock feathers attract positive energy.
(5) Lord Krishna and Peacock feathers 
The peacock was  the favourite bird of Lord Krishna. He wore the feathers of the peacock in His coronet.
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(10.1.17) Navsamwatsar / Hindu Nav Varsh 

(5.3.28) Tri Pushkar Yog 2017 - 2018

Tri Pushkar Yog and its impact / How is Tri Pushkar formed/ Tri Pushkar dates in 2017 - 2018/ त्रिपुष्कर योग 2017-2018

According to the Hindu calendar, with the combination of a particular week day (Vaar), particular Tithi and Particular Nakshatra, a particular Yog is formed which can be auspicious or inauspicious.
Here under is given the formation of  Tri Pushkar yog (when Tri Pushkar yog is formed) and its effect :-
Formation of  Tri Pushkar Yog-  
Tri Pushkar Yog is formed when there is the combination of any of the following Tithis, Vaar and Nakshatra -
Tithi-   Dwitiya or Saptami or Dwadashi.
Vaar- Sunday or Tuesday or Saturday.
Nakshatra- Vishakha or  Uttara Phalguni or Purva bhadrapad, Punarvasu, Kritika or Uttra ashadha.
Impact or Effect of Tri Pushkar Yog- 
If a task takes place or is done during Tri Pushkar yog, the same type of task or work will take place two times more, whether the task is good or bad. So the person should avoid doing any bad task during this Yog.
Tri Pushkar yog in 2017 - 
> 08.01.2017 From 29:03 to 09.01.2017 till Sunrise
> 18.02.2017 From Sunrise to 18.02.2017 till 11:47
> 04.03.2017 From 08:23 to 04.03.2017 till 22:28
> 18.04.2017 From 22.10 to 18.04.2017 till 26.36
> 22.04.2017 From 28.04 to 23.04.2017 till 25.39
> 06.05.2017 From 20.30 to 07.05.2017 till 07.04
> 24.06.2017 From 28.20 to 25.06.2017 till 23.24
> 04.07.2017 From 24.29 to 04.07.2017 till 29.26
> 19.08.2017 From sunrise  to 19.08.2017 till 07.17
> 27.08.2017 From 22.41 to 28.08.2017 till sunrise
> 02.09.2017 From 09.37 to 03.09.2017 till 09.36
> 12.09.2017 From sunrise to 12.09.2017 till 07.55
> 21.10.2017 From 10.16 to 21.10.2017 till 27.00
> 31.10.2017 From 18.55 to 01.11.2017 sunrise
> 05.11.2017 From 07.39 to 05.11.2017 till 22.30
> 24.12.2017 From 25.54 to 25.12.2017 till sunrise
> 30.12.2017 From sunrise to 30.12.2017 till 18.55
Tri Pushkar Yog in 2018
> 02.01.2018 From 28.07 to 03.01.2018 till sunrise
> 07.01.2018 From 16.03 to 07.01.2018 till 25.09
> 17.02.2018 From 11.27 to 17.02.2018 till 28.50
> 03.03.2018 From sunrise to 03.03.2018 till 20.54
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Sunday, April 27, 2014

(10.3.42) Apara Ekadashi Vrat 2017

Apara Ekadashi 2017

When is Apara Ekadashi in 2017
(For date of falling Apara Ekadashi CLICK HERE )
Jeshtha  Krishna Ekadashi is known as Apara Ekadashi. Observing fast on this Ekadashi washes away the sins of the Vrati. ( click here to know the date of falling Apara Ekadashi and other Ekadashis.)
Apara Ekadashi Vrat Vidhi :- 
(For detail click here 10.3.33)
(1) The person who wants to observe Apara Ekadashi fast should get up early in the morning on Dashami Tithi, a day before Ekadashi.He should take a bath and perform his daily routine. He should have a single meal on Dashami Tithi.
(2) On Ekadashi , no meal is taken. (But if health does not permit, one should take some fruits and milk.) In the night the Vrati should hear the religious discourses or read religious books.
(3) On Dwadashi Tithi, the Vrati should break the Vrat after feeding the Brahmins and giving them some Dan.
Importance of Apara Ekadashi Vrat:- 
Ekadashi Tithi is considered as a very pious Tithi. It is believed that Ekadashi Vrat is very beneficial. Observing Ekadashi Vrat eradicates the sins of the Vrati.
'' wishes you and your family a very happy Apara Ekadashi.
May this Apara Ekadashi fulfill your wishes and bring you joy, peace and prosperity.
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(10.3.31) 26 Ekadashi and their names
(10.3.33) Importance of Ekadashi and Vrat Vidhi

Thursday, April 24, 2014

(9.3) Rajasthan General Knowledge (GK) for competitive Exams.

Rajasthan GK 

In the following posts the visitors will find a very useful reading material particularly the candidates who are making preparation for the competitive examinations.

Rajasthan is a land which is famous for bravery and sacrifice of its people.It is also known for its diversity. Here you will find different kinds of customs, culture, costumes, music, dialects, manners, cuisine, physiography etc.

The following topics  will be covered -
Popular Fairs of Rajasthan
Dialects and languages
Folk gods of Rajasthan
National Parks and Sanctuaries of Rajasthan
Historically signaficant placesin Rajasthan
Temples of Rajasthan
and much more.

(15.3.1) List of Live TV channels

Here under you will find the list of the live TV channels. You are to click on the name of the TV channel and you will find the programme of your choice.

* Aaj Tak
* India TV
* P7 News 
* Zee News
* Shri News TV
* News 24 TV live
* Loksabha TV live
* DD news
* ABP news live TV

(5.3.27) Combustion Of Shukra (Venus) in 2017 - 2018

 Combustion of Shukra (Shukra ka Ast Hona) Shukra Tara Ast 

When will Shukra (Venus) remain combust (Ast) in the year 2017 - 2018
(1) In the year 2017-2018  Combustion of Shukra (Venus) or Shukra Tara Ast will begin -
(A) On Tuesday 21.03.2017 in the west direction and the combustion will end on Saturday 25.03.2017 in the east
(B) On Friday, 14.12.2017 in the east direction and the combustion will end on Friday, 03.02.2018  in the west
Note -  (The old age period is observed three days before the combustion of Venus and childhood period is observed three days after the combustion of the Venus is over.This period is also considered as inauspicious)
What is combustion
When a planet  comes within a certain range of closeness to the sun,that planet is said to be combust. This range of closeness is measured in degrees which is different for different planets.When a planet becomes combust,it loses its strength and shine and becomes weak.
According to the Hindu astrology,Jupiter(Guru) and Venus (Shukra) are considered auspicious / benefic/shubh planets,so the performing of any auspicious ceremonies during the period of their combustion is prohibited.
The following tasks are not done when the Venus becomes combust - 
Digging well,laying foundation of a house,Grih pravesh,marriage,engagement,mundan,purchasing a new vehicle,beginning a new business etc.  
Parihaar - The things for which the period or days are fixed , like- Jaatkarm, Naamkaran, Annapraashan etc. can be during the period of combustion of Venus. 
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(5.3.15) Combustion of Guru (Jupiter) 

Tuesday, April 22, 2014

(10.5.1) The List of Hindu Festivals and Vrat in 2017 -2018

The list of the Festivals and Vrat for the year 2017 - 2018   

In Hinduism Festivals and Vrat play a vital role. For  the Hindus they are so important that they have become the integral part of their daily life.Here under you will find the list of the important festivals and Vrat. As the Hindu new year begins with Chaitra Shukla Pratipada and ends with Chaitra Krishna Amavasya so we have begun the list of the festivals and Vrat which fall in Chaita Shukla Paksh.
The order of entry -Post code No., Name of the Festival / Vrat , Day and date
Year 2017 - 2018
(Month- Chaitra ) (Shukla Paksh)
(5.2.6/14.2.13)- Vasant Navratra  , Tuesday, 28.03.2017
(10.1.13/10.11.13) -Gudi Padava ,Tuesday, 28.03.2017
(10.1.14/10.11.13) -Ugadi , Tuesday, 28.03.2017
(10.1.15/12.11.13) - Cheti Chand -  Tuesday, 29.03.2017
(10.1.1/4.4.13) - Gangaur Festival - Thursday, 30.03.2017
Gangaur Fair - Thursday, 30.03.2017
(10.2.7 / 9.3.15) Karani Mata Fair -2017

(10.2.6 / 9.3.15) Kaila Devi Fair -2017
(10.3.17/18.10.13) - RamNavami - Tuesday, 04.04.2017
(Month -Vaisakh)
(10.1.16/13.11.13) - Vaisakhi  - Thursday,  13.04.2017
(10.3.38/11.4.14) Varuthani Ekadashi - Saturday, 22.04.2017  
(5.2.7/14.2.13) - Akshay Tritiya - Friday, 28.04.2017
Ganga Jayanti - Tuesday, 02.05.2017
(10.3.39/12.4.14 ) Mohini Ekadashi - Saturday, 06.05.2017
(5.2.14/15.5.13) -Nrisingh Jayanti - Tuesday- 09.05.2017
(Month - Jyeshth)
(10.3.42/27.4.14) Apara Ekadashi- Monday., 22.05.2017
(10.3.40/18.4.14) Shani Jayanti-  Thursday, 25.05.2017
Sant Gyaneshwar Jayanti- 
(5.2.17/24.5.13) Ganga Dashera - Sunday, 04.06.2017
(5.2.16/18.5.13) Ganga Dashmi - Sunday, 04.06.2017
Batuk Bhairav Jayanti- Saturday, 03.06.2017
(10.3.19/19.11.13) Vat Savitri Vrat- Friday., 09.06.2017 (Purnima Paksh)
(10.3.43/4.5.14)- Yogini Ekadashi-  Tuesday, 20.06.2016 ( Smartha /Vaishnava )
Asha Dasami Vrat - Monday, 03.07.2017
(10.3.3/25.6.13)- Dev Shayani Ekadasi - Tuesday.,04.07.2017
(Month- Shravan)
(10.3.46/8.5.14) -Kamika Ekadashi- Wednesday, 19.07.2017
(10.3.58 / 5.8.14) Dasha Mata Vrat in Gujrat  (Begins on 24.07.2017 and ends on 02.08.2017)
(10.3.45/6.5.14) Swarngauri Vrat /Madhushrava Teej Vrat- Wednesday, 26.07.2017
(10.3.27/25.1.14)- Nag Panchami - Thursday, 27.07.2017
(5.2.11/7.5.13) -Rakshabandhan- Monday, 07.08.2017
(Month- Bhadrapad)
(10.3.52/2.7.14) - Chandra Shashthi - Tuesday, 23.08.2016
(10.3.53/3.7.14) - Ub Chhat - Tuesday, 23.08.2016
(10.4.5/1.7.14) Halshashti / Balram Jayanti - Tuesday, 23.08.2016
(5.2.18/24.5.13) - Janmashtami- Wednesday,24.08.2016 ( Samarth )
Varah Jayanti- Sunday, 04.09.2016
(10.3.60/3.9.14) ) Bhai Panchami - Tuesday, 06.09.2016
(10.3.75/18.9.15) Santan Saptami - Thursday. 08.09.2016
(10.3.76/ 18.9.15).Durva Ahatmi - Freiday, 09.09.2016
(10.3.77/19.9.15) Radha Ashatami - Friday, 09.09.2016
(10.3.78/ 19.9.15) Mahalakshami Vrat - Friday, 09.09.2016
Nanda Navami - Saturday, 10.09.2016
Dasha Avatar Vrat- Monday, 12.09.2016
(10.2.3/7.7.14 ) Teja Fair - Thursday ,31.082017
(10.2.4/ 25.8.14) Ramdevara Fair - Thursday, 31.08.2017
(10.3.10/7.8.13) - Padma/Jaljhoolni Ekadashi- Tuesday, 13.09.2016
10.3.13/27.8.13)- Vaman Jayanti- Tuesday, 13.09.2016
(10.1.21/8.2.14)- Onam- Wednesday,14.09.2016
(13.1.5/5.6.13) - Shraddh Paksh- Begins on Friday, 19.09.2016
(Month - Ashvin)
(10.4.10/6.10.15) Agrasen Jayanti- Saturday, 01.10.2016
(10.1.36/17.10.15) Mahanavami- Monday,10.10.2016
(10.3.2/27.5.13) - Sharad Purnima- Saturday, 15.10.2016
(10.3.2/27.5.13) - Kojagari Vrat- Saturday, 15.10.2016
(Month- Kartik)
(10.3.1/27.5.13) - Karava Chauth- Wednesday, 19.10.2016
(10.3.62/10.10.14) )Ahoi Ashtami-  Saturday, 22.10.2016
(10.3.61/13.9.14) Rama Ekadashi-  Wednesday,26.10.2016
(10.1.3/23.6.13) Dhan Trayodashi-  Tuesday, 17.10.2017
(10.4.11/6.11.15) Dhanvantri Jayanti -Tuesday, 17.10.2017 
Anna koot - Monday, 31.10.2016
(10.1.10/2.10.13) - Bhai Dooj/YamDwitiya- Tuesday, 01.11.2016
Yam Dwitiya - Tuesday, 01.11.2016
(10.1.25/9.10.14) Gyan Panchami - Saturday, 05.11.2016
(10.1.26/9.10.14) Pandava Panchami -  Saturday, 05.11.2016
(10.1.28/19.10.14) Labh Panchami- Saturday,05.11.2016
Soubhagya Panchami - Saturday, 05.11.2016
(10.1.27/9.10.14) -Chhatpuja- Sunday, 06.11.2016
(10.1.29/20.10.14) Amla Navami - Wednesday, 09.11.2016.
(10.3.21/13.11.13) - Bhishm Panchak- Thursday, 10.11.2016.

(10.4.6/ 19.10.14) Kalashtmi / Kal Bhairav Jayanti - Monday, 21.11.2016
(Month- Poush)
( Month - Magh)
(10.3.18/9.11.13) Magh Snan- (No) begins from Thu. 12.01.2017
(10.5.15/16.1.16) Magh Guptnavratra -Begins From Sat.,28.01.2017
(Month- Phalgun)
(Month- Chaitra, Krishnapaksh)
(10.3.23/24.1.14) -Sheetala Saptmi  -Sun.,19.03.2017 (Puja on 20.03.2017)

Important celebrations, Events and Muhurat in 2017 -2018
Celebrations / dates

(6.2.1/14.10.12) - Adhik Maas
(5.3.27/24.4.14) - Combustion of Shukra (Venus)

MUHURAT in  2017 - 2018

(5.2.5/14.2.13) Muhurat for Deepawali (Lakshmi Poojan Muhurat)
(5.2.20/10.3.14) Prasuti Snan / Sutika Snan Muhurat
(5.2.21/18.3.14) Muhurat for Yagyopavit
(5.2.22/ 2.4.14) Muhurat for filing Nomination papers (N)
(5.2.23/20.5.14) Muhurat for Mundan Sanskar
(5.2.24/ 1.6.14 ) Muhurat for adopting a child (N)
(5.2.25/5.6.14) Muhurat for Namkaran Sanskar (N)
(5.2.26/ 29.6.14) Muhurat for travelling / Journey (N)
(5.2.27/ 19.8.14) Muhurat for Sagaai (N)
(5.2.28/ 17.10.14) Chaitra Shukla Pratipada 
(5.2.29/ 17.10.14) Kartik  Shukla Pratipada 
(5.2.30/19.1.15) Holika Dahan Muhurat

Gangaur Fair
(10.2.7 / 9.3.15) Karani Mata Fair 
(10.2.6 / 9.3.15) Kaila Devi Fair
(10.2.13/15.12.16) Gogamedi Mela 
(10.2.4/ 25.8.14) Ramdevara Fair -
(10.2.1/18.6.14) Ganga Sagar Mela
(10.2.5/ 1.2.15) Baneshwar Fair
(10.1.37/10.2.16) Desert Fair / Maru Mahotsav
(10.2.5/26.2.15 ) Khatu Shyamji Fair -
(10.2.8/13.7.15) Kumbh Mela Nasik 2015
(10.2.9/7.1.16) Ardh Kumbh Mela 2016 dates  
(10.2.12/20.2.16) Kumbh Parva Chakra ( N )

(10.4) Jayantis

(10.5) Hindu Calendar

Monday, April 21, 2014

(10.3.41) Magh Purnima / Maghi Poornima 2017

When is Magh Poornima in 2017
Shukla Paksh Purnima in the month of Magh is known as Magh Purnima or Maghi Poornima.
In the year 2017 Magh Purnima is on Friday,10.02.2017
Important things about Magh Purnima or Maghi Purnima:-
(1) According to the Hindu religion the month of Magh is very holy and auspicious.
(2) Magh Purnima is considered to be sacred Tithi. On this Tithi after having a bath, people worship Lord Vishnu, perform Pitra Shraddh, and donate food, clothes, Til, blankets, Gud, Ghee modak etc.
(3) On Purnima of the Magh month, the person, who takes a bath in the Ganga or at any holy river, is free from the sins he has committed.
(4) Giving donations to the needy and feeding Brahmins is considered very fruitful.
(5) Observing fast on Maghi Purnima is highly rewarding.
(6) On Magh Shukla Purnima if Shani is Mesh Rashi, Guru and Chandrama are in Singh Rashi, Sun is in Shravan Nakshtra, this combination is known as Mahamaghi. During this combination having a bath and making donations bring good results.
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Sunday, April 20, 2014

(15.2.1) On line Newspapers (Page-First)

Here under the visitors will find the list of the newspapers which are available on line.
* Dainik Bhaskar (Hindi)
* Dainik Jagaran (Hindi)
* Dainik Navjyoti (Hindi)
* Hindustan Times (English)
* The Hindu (Hindi)
* Indian Express (English)
* Jansatta  (Hindi)
* Nai Dunia (Hindi)
* Nafa Nuksan (Hindi) 
* Panchjanya (Himdi)
* Pioneer (English)
* Rashtriya Sahara
* The Tribune (English)
* Times of India (Engldh)
* UniVarta (Hlndi)

Saturday, April 19, 2014

(15.1.1) Employment News/Recruitment/Jobs

Here under we have provided the information regarding Employment news / Job vacancyl Recruitment in Govt. and Private sector in India. It is hoped that it will help the visitors in finding suitable recruitment information according to their qualification and the field of their interest. 
(A) Employment News by web sites -
(B) Employment News through Newspapers -
(C) Employment News (Jobs in India)
(1) Through UPSC
(2) Through SSC
(D) Employment News by States -

(12.2.9) Bible / Bible Quotes

Bible's Quotations 

1. If you have faith as a grain of mustard seed, you will say to your mountain, " Move. " And it will move and nothing will be impossible for you.
2. Be content with what you have, for God has said, " Never will I leave you, never will I forsake you. " So say with confidence, " The Lord is my helper, I will not be afraid."
3. This is the day which the Lord has made, let us rejoice it and be glad in it.
4. Know you not that you are the temple of God and that the spirit of God dwells in you.
5. With man it is impossible, but to God all things are possible.
6. Seek peace and pursue it.
7. It is more blessed to give than to receive.
8. Wisdom is a fountain of life to him who has it.
9. Be truly glad. There is wonderful joy ahead.
10. Whatever your hand find to do, do it with all your might.
11. The one who refreshes others, will be refreshed.
12. A merry heart does good like a medicine.
13. Be strong and of good courage, fear not, nor be afraid. For God is with you.
14. If you can believe, all things are possible to him who believes.
15. Happy is the man who finds wisdom and understanding for the gain from it, is better than the gain from silver and profit better than gold.
16. Be strong and courageous. Do not be frightened, and do not be dismayed, for God is with you wherever you go.
17. Be true to yourself, help others, make each day your masterpiece.
18. A fool gives full vent to his anger, but a wise man keeps himself under control.
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(7.2.17) Vrind Ke Dohe / Dohe of Vrind (Page - First)

Vrind ke Dohe / Kavi Vrind ke Dohe

(For Hindi translation click here)
Some facts about the poet Vrind 
> It is said and believed that poet Vrind was born at Merta  (Rajasthan) in 1685.
> He was the Guru of Maharaj Singh, the king of Krishnagarh.
> The poet Vrind is famous for his Dohes in Hindi literature as like Raheem.
> His Dohes are full of the practical knowledge and experience of life.
> Although his language is easy yet it leaves the long lasting  impression on the mind of the reader.
> His Dohes are educative and have proved very useful to readers.
The following are some of the Dohes composed by the Poet Vrind which we hope that they will be liked by the visitors to this site also.

(1) Man Bhaavan ke milan ke, sukh ko naahin chhor.
Boli uthai, nachi- nachi uthai, mor sunat ghanghor.
Meaning - The poet Vrind says that hearing the thunders of the clouds , the peacock gets very happy and begins to call out in sweet voice and dances joyfully. In the same way when we meet the person dearer to us, we feel over joyed and our happiness has no limits.
(2) Niras baat, soi saras, jahaan hoya hiya het.
Gaaree pyaree lage, jyon- jyon Samdhin det.
Meaning - Poet Vrind says that the person for whom we have love and affection, looks us very sweet whatever he / she says to us. For example , when the samdhin (a Rajasthani word which means a female relative) calls us bad names or uses abusive language for us (in her songs) looks us very sweet because  her bad names or abusive language, has the feelings of love and affection.
Note-  In rajasthan , there are some songs which are known as Galiyaan (a colloquail use.) The women of Rajasthan sing such type of songs addressing to their relatives at some joyful occasion. 
(3) Uttam vidhyaa leejiye, jadapi, Neech pe hoy.
Paro apaavan thour men, kanchan tajat na koy.
Meaning - The poet Vrind says that no one wants to abandon the piece of gold even though it is lying at any dirty or unholy place. In the same way we must learn or adopt good  knowledge  (learning) even from the ignoble person.
(4) Udhyam kabahun na chhodiye, Par aashaa ke mod .
Gaagari kaise foriye, unayo dekhi payod.
Meaning - The poet Vrind says that we must not break the pitcher ( a pot for collecting drinking water) on seeing the sky over cast with clouds ( in the hope that it is going to rain soon). In the same way we must not stop our own efforts in hope that some other person will do the things for us or we shall get the things from others.
(5) Moorakh ko hit ke vachan , suni upajat hai kop.
Saanpahi doodh pivaaiye, vaake mukh vish op.
Meaning - The snake will take out only poison even if it is given the milk to drink. Likewise a foolish person gets angry even though  he is told the things for his good.
(6) Sabai sahaayak sabal ke, kou na nibal sahaay.
Pavan Jagaavat aag ko , deepahi det bujhaay.
Meaning - Fierce wind turns the fire into a fierce fire,but  the same fierce wind puts out the Deepak (the earthen lamp). The rule of the world is that a lot of persons come forward to help the strong ones but no one comes forward to help the weak ones.
(7) Unche baithe naa lahe, Gun bin badapan koi.
Baitho deval sikhar par, Baayas garud na hoi.
Meaning - A man attains greatness by his merits, not simply by occupying a seat at a high place. A crow cannot be called an eagle (Garud) simply by his sitting on the top of the high temple.
For remaining Dohes of Vrind go to the - Page- First , Page - Second, Page - Third , Page - Fourth
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(7.2.16) Rahim Ke Dohe / Dohe Of Rahim (Page- First)

Dohe of Rahim with English Translation

Rahim ke Dohe 

Short information about Rahim 
1. His full name - Abdul Rahim Khaan Khaanaa but he is popularly known as Rahim.
2. Father's name - Bairam Khaan.
3. Birth place - Lahore.
4. Year of birth - 1556.
5. He was one of the nine ministers, who were known as Navratna, in Akbar's Court.
6. He was scholar of Arbi, Turki, Hindi and Sanskrit.
7. Dohe of Rahim have simplicity, but leave a long lasting impression on the reader.
Dohe of Rahim -
1. Bigaree baat bane nahin, laakh karo kin koy.
Rahiman bigare doodh ko, mathai na maakhan hoye.
Meaning- Rahim says that if milk turns sour, you can not get butter from it whether it is churned again and again. Similarly if any thing goes wrong, it can not be got right even if you try hard.
2. Rahiman dekh baden ko, laghu na deeje daari.
Jahaan kaam aave sui, kahaan kare tarvaari.
Meaning - The poet Rahim says that when you get important or big things, you must not throw away the small things. For example,  you can not use a sword in place of a needle, although a needle is smaller than a sword.
3. Jo Rahim uttam prakriti, kaa kari sakat kusang.
Chandan vish vyaapat nahin, lipate rahat bhujang.
Meaning - Rahim says that a bad company can not have bad effect on the persons who have good and noble nature. For example the sandal wood tree does not become poisonous even if snakes wind around it.
4. Rahiman dhaagaa prem kaa, mat todo chhatakaay.
Toote se phir naa jure, jure gaanth pari jaay.
Meaning - Rahim says that we must not break the string of love. If it is broken, it can not be repaired, if you try to tie it again, there will be a knot in it.
5. Taruvar phal nahin khaat hai, sarvar piye na paan.
Kahi Rahim par kaaz hit, sampati sanchahi sujaan.
Meaning - Trees do not eat their own fruits nor do the ponds drink their own water. The poet Rahim says that noble persons use their property for the good of others.
6. Roothe sujan manaaiye, jo roothe sau baar.
Rahiman phir - phir poiye, toote muktaa haar.
Meaning - Rahim says that as we repair the necklace of pearls whenever it is broken. In the same way we must reconcile with the good or noble persons whenever they get angry with us.
7. Jo baden ko laghu kahe, nahin Rahim gtat jaahi.
Giridhar murali dhar kahe,  kachhu dukh maanat naahi.
Meaning - If we call great persons small, it will have no effect on their greatness. Lord Krishna who lifted the mount Govardhan, if we call Him Giridhar or Muralidhar, it well have no difference nor will it diminish his greatness.
8. Bade badaai naa kare, bade naa bole bol.
Rahiman heera kab kahe, laakh hamaaro mol.
Meaning - The persons who are great in the real sense, do not praise their qualities or their greatness themselves. Rahim says that a diamond which is really very valuable, but it does not say that its value is very high.
Other posts you will like to read - 
(7.2.17) Vrind Kavi ke dohe
(7.2.16) Rahim ke dohe 
(7.2.19) Kavi Ghagh Ki Kahavaten 
(7.2.18) Bihari ke Dohe
(7.2.13) Kabir ke Dohe 
(7.2.14) Subhashitani
(7) Good spiritual articles

Friday, April 18, 2014

(13.3.2/8) Hindu Names for Girls (Page - Eighth)

Hindu Baby Names 

Here under we have given a large collection of beautiful , modern, rare and classical names for Hindu girls. In this page you will find the names for girls beginning with 'प'and 'फ'. 
Note - If you want to know the names for Hindu boys,click here.
Note - Click here to know the Rashi or the Name Sign. 
पंचवल्लभा - Panchavallabha
पवित्रा - Pavitra
परिणीता - Parinita
पद्मा - Padma
पद्मिनी - Padmini
पर्णिका - Parnika
परिधि - Paridhi
पन्ना - Panna
पलभा - Palabha
परमिता - Parmita
पलक - Palak
पल्लवी - Pallavi
परमा - Parama
पवना - Pavana
पारुल - Parul
पार्वती - Parvati
पायल - Payal
पारिजात - Parijat
पिंकी - Pinki
पिपासा - Pipasa
पूर्णिका - Poorika
पुनीता - Punita
पुष्पा - Pushpa
पूर्णा - Poorna
पुष्पिता - Pushpita
पूजा - Pooja
पूजिता - Poojita
पुष्पलता - Pushpalata
पूज्या - Poojya
पूर्णिमा - Poornima
पूनम - Poonam
प्रतिभा - Pratibha
प्रेम - Prem
प्रतीक्षा - Pratiksha
प्रतीति - Pratiti
प्रकृति - Prakriti
प्रतिमा - Pratima
प्रतिभा - Pratibha
प्रज्ञा - Pragya
प्रभा - Prabha
प्रमुदा - Pramuda
प्रमिला - Pramila
प्रचेता - Pracheta
प्राची - Prachi
प्रगति - Pragati
प्रतिज्ञा - Pratigya
प्रचिता - Prachita
प्रणिता - Pranita
प्रार्थना - Prarthana
प्रिया - Priya
प्रियंका - Priyanka
प्रीति - Preeti
प्रियवंदा - Priyavanda
प्रेरणा - Prerana
फाल्गुनी - Phlguni
फूलवती - Phoolvati
Note - Click to go to Page -First ,Second, Third, Fourth,Fifth ,Sixth, Seventh, Eighth, Ninth, Tenth,Eleventh, Twelfth.

(10.3.40) Shani Jayanti 2017

Shani Jayanti, the birth day of Shani Dev 2017

When is Shani Jayanti in 2017
Jeshtha Krishna Amavasya is known as Shani Jayanti. In the year 2016 Shani Jayanti is on Thursday, 25.5.2017.
Important things about Shanj Dev:-
(1) Surya is Shani's father and Chhaya is his mother.
(2) Amavasya is the birth Tithi of Shanidev.
(3) The day of Shani is Saturday.
(4) The Shani Mantra is ' Aum Shan Shanaishcharaay Namh' 'ॐ शं शनैश्चराय नमः' 
(5) Shani is known as the god of justice.He punishes the persons for their evil deeds and rewards them for their good deeds. So the person who worships him with pure heart and dedication, gets relief from troubles and sufferings by his (Shanidev's) grace.
Important things about Shani Jayanti :- 
(1) according to the Hindu scriptures Shanidev was born on Jeshtha Krishna Amavasya. So this day is celebrated as Shani Jayanti or the birthday of Shanidev.
(2) The person who observes fast on Shani Jayanti and worships him, gets relief from the bad effects of Sadhe Sati of Shani and Dhaiya of Shani.
(3) The Pooja and donation on Shani Jayantiis considered very fruitful.
Other Posts you will like to read :-
(6.2.7) Sadhesati of Shani 
(6.2.8) Dhaiya of Shani
(10.3.36) Shani Amavasya

Sunday, April 13, 2014

(12.4.3) The Song of the Free

The song of the Free - An inspiring Poem
The following poem, composed by Swami Vivekanand, is very inspiring. It expresses his views on the philosophy of 'Advaitvad'.It expresses the poet's faith in the divine character of human soul.
The Poem
The wounded snake its hood unfurls,
The flame stirred up doth blaze,
The desert air resounds the calls,
Of heart-struck Lion's rage;
The cloud puts forth its deluge strength,
When lightning cleaves its breast,
When the soul is stirred to its inmost depth,
Great ones unfold their best.

Let eyes grow dim and grow faint,
And friendship fail and love betray.

Let fate its hundred sorrows send,
And clotted darkness block the way.

And nature were one angry frown,

To crush you, out-still know my soul,
You are divine, March on and on,
Nor right nor left, but to the goal. 
(Composed by - Swami Vivekanand)
The central idea and the teachings of the poem- 
There are pains and sufferings all around us in this world. But one who has firm faith in God is not afraid of miseries and troubles. 
Adversity gives man an opportunity to show his best powers. The snake attacks man only when it is hurt.The tiger roars when it is struck by the arrows of the hunter.He never fears any bullet. His only aim is to attack the hunter.In the same way one who has firm in God, is never shaken by sufferings and failures. He never leaves his right path. 
The poet says that the man must not be afraid even if all the worldly powers are against him.Godhood is the goal of his life and he should always remember it. The success will touch his feet in the end.He must face all difficulties boldly. the poet knows that his soul is divine so he will never fail. This faith gives him power to march forward. Man with divine soul has a definite aim in life.
The poet says that whatever difficulties come in our path, we should not feel disturbed or forget our goal. Let difficulties come in our way, let darkness block our path, we must remember that we have to move forward and continue our efforts to obtain our goal. We must remember that our goal is divine and God is with us. We have to attain higher goal in life and nothing can stop us from attaining it. 

Saturday, April 12, 2014

(12.4.2) Life - A Poem

Life - (An inspiring poem) 
The following poem is very inspiring. In this poem the poetess, mother Teresa, has described life as an opportunity, beauty,dream, challenge, duty, game, promise, song, struggle,tragedy,adventure etc. Though the poem is short and the words used are simple yet the message , the poem gives, is big. The poem shows the better ways to lead the life in a real sense. If one follows the ideas given in this poem, one can get success and lead a happy and better life. The poem is as follows -
Life is an opportunity, benefit from it.
Life is a beauty,admire it. 
Life is a dream, realize it.
Life is a challenge, meet it.
Life is a duty, complete it.
Life is a game, play it.
Life is a promise, fulfill it.
Life is a sorrow, overcome it.
Life is a song, sing it.
Life is a struggle, accept it.
Life is a tragedy, confront it. 
Life is an adventure, dare it.
Life is luck, make it. 
Life is life, fight for it.
(Composed by - Mother Teresa)

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