What is nakshatra yoga and how to do it?

Nakshatra yoga is one of the effective technique which is based on your zodiac that helps you to reyalise your true pottentioal with high end practice. This practice should be carried out with the help of a certified yoga teacher inb order to get full effect. Related posts:Kriya for Ashlesha KUNDALINI YOGA CROSS-HEART KIRTAN KRIYA […]

Shukla Paksha and Krishna Paksha Crow

Your Personality according to your PanchpakshiYou will have a strong desire to get material pleasures in life and give birth to other desires after fulfilling one. You will always try to fulfill your desires. Hence, it is advisable to limit your desire, otherwise, you will not feel happy besides having all the material resources in […]

Maruthu/ Neermaruthu/ Marutham/ Jarul/ Arjun – Arjuna Tree / Queen’s Flower

Terminalia arjuna is a tree of the genus Terminalia. It is commonly known as arjuna or arjun tree in English, thella maddi in Telugu, kumbuk in Sinhala, marudha maram in Tamil and neer maruthu (നീർമരുത്) in Malayalam. Hole Matthi in Kannada. Related posts:Plasu/ Chamata/ Palas/ Khakda/ Modugu/ Murikku/ Parasu/ Polash/ Desuka Jhad/ Dhak/ Chalcha – […]

Arcturus

Indian zodiac: 6°40′ – 20° Tula Western zodiac 0°26′ – 13°46 Scorpio Arcturus, designation α Boötis (Latinized to Alpha Boötis, abbreviated Alpha Boo, α Boo), is the brightest star in the constellation of Boötes, the fourth-brightest in the night sky, and the brightest in the northern celestial hemisphere. Together with Spica and Denebola (or Regulus, depending […]

Deva Gana (God)

Deva Gana nature is humble, generous and kind-hearted. According to deva gana features, these persons possess good temperament, good behavior and tend to follow all the cultural rules and traditions. deva Gana person appreciates the good qualities of others and avoids getting into quarrels and refrains from being envious. They are attractive with a nice […]

Thamo Guna One of the ThriGuna No-2

Tamas manifests itself as impurity, laziness, and darkness. It is the consequence of ignorance and it prevents all beings from seeing reality. In order to decrease the tamasic elements in your mind and body, avoid eating tamasic foods (eg. alcohol, meat, processed food), indulging (eg. overeating, oversleeping, etc). Definition of the Guna Tamas by example […]

Fire(Agni) One of the Panchabhootha No -3

Fire or Agni is the third element of Indian Panchabhuta. Again it has eternal and perishable elements as we have seen above. The essential character of Fire is to generate heat. According to Hindu Mythology, Agni is one of the Eight guardians who guards our universe and is known as Asta- dik-palakas (Asta-eight, dik–Zone, Palaka-Guardian). The Fire is posited in the South East of […]

Shakthi – The feminine force of creativity

While shiva gives bija Shakthi grows it that is the reason Shakthi is worshipped as the creative side of existence. Without shakthi there is no creation is possible. Even the soundaraya lahari the book of tantra starts with this concept without Shakthi even the shiva cant do anything. The qualities of a godess Abundance and […]

Kapha nature food and diseases

Kapha’s predisposition to illnesses and Ayurvedic treatment of the imbalance Diseases occurring due to imbalance of the “watery” Kapha are related to increased fluid in the organism, localized in the mouth and tongue, nose, respiratory system, stomach, spleen, around the heart, where there are a protective sack, nails, and hair.  Typical diseases of Kapha: Bronchitis  […]

Vayu – The wind

Vayu (Sanskrit pronunciation: [ʋaːjʊ], Sanskrit: वायु, IAST: Vāyu) is a primary Hindu deity, the lord of the winds, the father of Bhima and the spiritual father of Hanuman. He is also known as Anila (“Air, Wind”), Vyāna (Air), Vāta (“Airy Element”), Tanuna (The Wind), Pavana (“The Purifier”),and sometimes Prāṇa (“The Breath”). Mantra : Om vayu devaya namaha Related posts:Pitrus – The ancestors The Pitris (Sanskrit: पितृ, the fathers), are the spirits of the departed ancestors in Hindu culture. They are often remembered […]