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Nārāyaṇa Kavacha Part-1

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 In the Bhagavat Gita, Kṛṣṇa reveals His universal form (Viśvarūpa) to Arjuna which was so formidable for the great hero to even behold. Therefore, before jumping to worship Viśvarūpa, we need to see the teachings in the Śrīmad Bhagavataṁ. Bear in mind that the Viṣṇu avatāra are sustainer of things based on their specific forms. […]

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Pañca Sakhā

The five Mahāpuruṣa of Orissa are the initiators of the lineages. Our lineage of Vedic astrology comes from the holy feet of Sri Achyutananda. अच्युताय नमस्तुभ्यं गुरवे परमात्मने। सर्वतन्त्रस्वतन्त्राय चिद्घनानन्दमूर्तये॥ acyutāya namastubhyaṁ gurave paramātmane | sarvatantrasvatantrāya cidghanānandamūrtaye || Pancha Mahapurusha of Orissa … Pancha means five and sakha means friends – it is noteworthy that […]

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Wisdom of our tradition

This article is in continuation of a series on Das Avatara. Please read (1) Avatāra and (2) Dasa avatāra Overview before this article to get a complete picture. We have shown the wisdom of our tradition in explaining that there is no real controversy about the list of dasa-avatāra and that each of the lists […]

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Dasa avatāra Overview

Dasa avatāra or ten incarnations Any list of ten incarnations can be made from the lists of various avatāra of Viṣṇu indicated above. However for identifying the ten principal avatāra of Viṣṇu symbolizing the highest potentate of the ten variables of Jyotiṣa (navagraha and lagna), we need to ensure that they belong to principal list […]

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Avatāra

Avatāra The Sanskrit word avatāraḥ is derived from ava meaning ‘down’ or descent and tarati  meaning ‘crossing over or tiding over’ and refers to the deliberate descent of a deity, immortal being or the Supreme Being from heaven (normally Viṣṇu) for specific purpose(s). As a noun, avatar also means a new personification of a familiar, […]

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Krishna Astakam

By Adi Sankaracharya Bhagavatpada भजे व्रजैकमण्डनं समस्तपापखण्डनं स्वभक्तचित्तरंजनं सदैव नन्दनन्दनम्‌। सुपिच्छगुच्छमस्तकं सुनादवेणुहस्तकं अनंगरंगसागरं नमामि कृष्णनागरम्‌॥ १॥ bhaje vrajaikamaṇḍanaṁ samastapāpakhaṇḍanaṁ svabhaktacittaraṁjanaṁ sadaiva nandanandanam | supicchagucchamastakaṁ sunādaveṇuhastakaṁ anaṁgaraṁgasāgaraṁ namāmi kṛṣṇanāgaram || 1|| मनोजगर्वमोचनं विशाललोललोचनं विधूतगोपशोचनं नमामि पद्मलोचनम्‌। करारविन्दभूधरं स्मितावलोकसुन्दरं महेन्द्रमानदारणं नमामि कृष्णावारणम्‌॥ २॥ manojagarvamocanaṁ viśālalolalocanaṁ vidhūtagopaśocanaṁ namāmi padmalocanam | karāravindabhūdharaṁ smitāvalokasundaraṁ mahendramānadāraṇaṁ namāmi kṛṣṇāvāraṇam || 2|| कदम्बसूनकुण्डलं […]

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Tirupati Vyaṇkaṭeśvara

Tirumala Venkateswara Temple, is a famous Hindu temple located in the hill town Tirumala, near Tirupati in the Chittoor district of Andhra Pradesh, India. Tirumala is a hill town in Chittoor district in the state of Andhra Pradesh, India. Tirumala, dedicated to Lord Vishnu, is one of the most popular centers of today’s Hindu/Vedha Religion.

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Rāma Rahasya Upaṇiṣad

Contributed by Sarbani Rath Ekākṣarādi Mantra Tārkṣa सनकाद्या मुनयो हनूमन्तं पप्रच्छुः। आञ्जनेय महाबल तारकब्रह्मणो रामचन्द्रस्य मन्त्रग्रामं नो ब्रूहीति। sanakādyā munayo hanūmantaṁ papracchuḥ | āñjaneya mahābala tārakabrahmaṇo rāmacandrasya mantragrāmaṁ no brūhīti | Translation: The saints headed by Sanaka again asked Hanūman: “Son of Āñjani of greatest strength, please speak the collection of Mantras for Tāraka-Brahmaṇa Rāmachandra.

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Gopāla Mantra

Viniyoga: ॐ अस्य श्री गोपाल मन्त्रस्य नारद ऋषि विराट् छन्दस् गोपाल-कृष्ण देवत काम बीज स्वाहा शक्ति ममाभीष्ट सिद्धये जपे विनियोगः om asya śrī gopāla mantrasya nārada ṛṣi virāṭ chandas gopāla-kṛṣṇa devata kāma bīja svāhā śakti mamābhīṣṭa siddhaye jape viniyogaḥ Mantra: गोपिजनवल्लभाय स्वाहा gopijanavallabhāya svāhā Lupta bīja: Hidden i.e. to be recited silently in deep meditation […]

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Atmakaraka II: Bhagavat Gita

This entry is part 3 of 3 in the series Kārakāṁśa

This entry is part 3 of 3 in the series KārakāṁśaContinued from Ātmakāraka I Bhagavat Gītā: A few years ago when we were asked about the standard books for studying Jyotisa, the Bhagavat Gītā, Bṛhat Parāśara horā śāstra and Maharṣi Jaimini’s upadeśa sutra were recommended as the foundation. Today we shall explore the teachings of […]

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