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Published Date : 2018-09-01T01:04:50.000Z

A value is a universal value if it has the same value or worth for all, or almost all, people. Spheres of human value encompass morality, aesthetic preference, human traits, human endeavour, and social order. Whether universal values exist is an unproven conjecture of moral philosophy and cultural anthropology, though it is clear that certain values are found across a great diversity of human cultures, such as primary attributes of physical attractiveness whereas other attributes are subject to aesthetic relativism as governed by cultural norms. This objection is not limited to aesthetics. Relativism concerning morals is known as moral relativism, a philosophical stance opposed to the existence of universal moral values. The claim for universal values can be understood in two different ways. First, it could be that something has a universal value when everybody finds it valuable. This was Isaiah Berlin's understanding of the term. According to Berlin, "...universal values....are values that a great many human beings in the vast majority of places and situations, at almost all times, do in fact hold in common, whether consciously and explicitly or as expressed in their behaviour..." Second, something could have universal value when all people have reason to believe it has value. Amartya Sen interprets the term in this way, pointing out that when Mahatma Gandhi argued that non-violence is a universal value, he was arguing that all people have reason to value non-violence, not that all people currently value non-violence. Many different things have been claimed to be of universal value, for example, fertility, pleasure,and democracy.The issue of whether anything is of universal value, and, if so, what that thing or those things are, is relevant to psychology, political science, and philosophy, among other fields. Listen this song you must change your life style | PSLV TV share This video Hope you like this video And Please Subscribe my channel for more Updated videos like this ------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to My channel :https://goo.gl/KaT4cD Facebook Page : https://goo.gl/tAvBj2 Google+ : Twitter : https://goo.gl/GLLQfZ Youtube : https://goo.gl/zeUm1f WebSite : http://www.pslvtv.com/ Thumbnail Credits & Intro : ----------------------------------------------------------------- Note: Get latest updates in pslvtv.com -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nC5Qw_7hne0 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
    

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Published Date : 2017-09-27T13:31:15.000Z

భగవంతుని ఆరాధనలో శ్రవణం ఒక భాగం. మనం ఆ దేవదేవున్ని పూజించాలేకపోయినా, లేక స్తుతించలేక పోయినా కనీసం ఆయన స్తుతిని ఒకసారి వింటే వెయ్యి జన్మల పాపాలు హరించుక పోతాయని చెబుతుంది మన సనాతన ధర్మం. ఏడుకొండలవాడిని మీరు కీర్తించలేదని బెంగ పడవద్దు ఒక్కసారి ఈ కీర్తన వినండి చాలు.... share This video Hope you like this video And Please Subscribe my channel for more Updated videos like this ------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to My channel :https://goo.gl/KaT4cD Facebook Page : https://goo.gl/tAvBj2 Google+ : Twitter : https://goo.gl/GLLQfZ Youtube : https://goo.gl/zeUm1f WebSite : http://www.pslvtv.com/ Thumbnail Credits & Intro : ----------------------------------------------------------------- Note: get latest updates in pslvtv.com -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nC5Qw_7hne0 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
    

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Published Date : 2018-10-17T18:38:32.000Z

Artwork depicting the goddess Durga slaying the Buffalo demon Mahishasura is found all over India, Nepal and southeast Asia. Clockwise from top: 9th-century Kashmir, 13th-century Karnataka, 9th century Prambanan Indonesia, 2nd-century Uttar Pradesh. Demon Mahishasura statue in Mysuru, Karnataka, India Mahishasura is a buffalo demon in Hindu mythology, known for deception and who pursued his evil ways by shape shifting into different forms.He was ultimately killed by Durga getting named Mahishasuramardini. It is an important symbolic legend in Hindu mythology, particularly Shaktism. The legendary battle of Mahishasura as evil and Durga as good is narrated in many parts of South Asian and Southeast Asian Hindu temples, monuments and texts such as the Devi Mahatmya.The story is also told in the Sikh text Chandi di Var, also called Var Durga di, which many in Sikh tradition believe was included in the Dasam Granth by Guru Gobind Singh. Mahishasura is a Sanskrit word composed of mahisha meaning buffalo and asura meaning demon, or "buffalo demon". As an Asura, Mahishasura wagedbattle against the Devas, as the Devas and Asuras' were perpetually in conflict. Mahishasura had gained the boon that no man could kill him. In the battles between the gods and the demons, the Devas led by Indra were defeated by Mahishasura. Dejected by their defeat, the Devas assemble in the mountains where their combined divine energies coalesce into goddess Durga. The new born Durga led a battle against Mahishasura, riding a lion, and killed him. Thereafter she is named Mahishasuramardini, meaning "the killer of Mahishasura". Mahishasura's legend is told in a major text of the Shaktism tradition known as the Devi Mahatmya. He is described as an evil being who can change his outer form, but never his demonic goals. According to Christopher Fuller, Mahishasura symbolically represents forces of ignorance and chaos hidden by outer appearances.The symbolism is carried in Hindu arts found in South Asia and southeast Asia (Javanese artwork, for example), where Durga is shown as serene, calm, collected and graceful symbol of good as she pierces the heart and kills the scared, overwhelmed and outwitted Mahishasura. Durga slaying Mahishasura is a prominent theme which was sculpted in various caves and temples across India. Some of the prominent representations are seen at the Mahishasuramardini caves in Mahabalipram, the Ellora caves, in the entrance of Rani ki vav Hoysaleswara Temple in Halebidu and many more temples across India. Durga is worshiped in her Mahishasuramardini form, during Durga Puja The worship of Durga during Durga puja in West Bengal is represented in pandal which depict Durga killing Mahishasura.... Listen this stotra today Goddess Durga will bless your family | PSLV TV share This video Hope you like this video & Please Subscribe my channel for more Updated videos like this ------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to My channel :https://goo.gl/KaT4cD Facebook Page : https://goo.gl/tAvBj2 Google+ : Twitter : https://goo.gl/GLLQfZ Youtube : https://goo.gl/zeUm1f WebSite : http://www.pslvtv.com/ Thumbnail Credits & Intro : ----------------------------------------------------------------- Note: Get latest updates in pslvtv.com
    

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Published Date : 2018-03-08T06:33:49.000Z

Annamacharya was born on Vaishakha Shuddha Pournami in the year Sarwadhari in Tallapaka, Near Rajampet Mandal, a village in current day Kadapa district of Andhra Pradesh, India.He was born into a Nandavarika Niyogi Brahmin family. His wife, Timmakka,had written Subhadra Kalyanam, and is considered the first female poet in Telugu literature. Their son, Pedda Tirumalacharya, and grandson, Tallapaka Chinnayya, were also composers and poets. The Tallapaka compositions are considered to have dominated and influenced the structure of Carnatic music compositions. Annamacharya lived for 95 years until Phalguna Bahula Dvadashi in the year Dhundhubhi Annamacharya is said to have composed as many as 32,000 sankeertanas on the god Venkateswara,of which only about 12,000 are available today. He is also the author of musical treatise called "Sankirthana lakshanamu". Annamacharya considered his compositions as floral offerings to Venkateswara. In the poems, he praises the deity, describes his love for him, argues and quarrels with the Lord, confesses the devotee's failures and apprehensions, and surrenders himself to Venkateshwara. His songs are classified into the Adhyaatma and Sringaara sankeertanas genres. His songs in the "Sringaara" genre worship Venkateswara by describing the romantic adventures of Venkateshwara and his consort Alamelu, while others describe the Bhakti of his devotees. In his later keertanas, he espouses subjects such as morality, dharma and righteousness. He was one of the first few who opposed the social stigma towards the untouchable castes in his era, with his sankeertanas explaining that the relationship between God and human is the same irrespective of the latter's color, caste and financial status, in his songs "Brahmaṃ Okkatē Paraḥbrahmamokkatē" and "ē kulajuḍainanēmi evvaḍainanēmi". His prodigious literary career earned him a place among the all-time greats of Telugu literature.... Beautiful Annamacharya Sankeertana touches our soul with devotional feel | PSLV TV share This video Hope you like this video And Please Subscribe my channel for more Updated videos like this ------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to My channel :https://goo.gl/KaT4cD Facebook Page : https://goo.gl/tAvBj2 Google+ : Twitter : https://goo.gl/GLLQfZ Youtube : https://goo.gl/zeUm1f WebSite : http://www.pslvtv.com/ Thumbnail Credits & Intro : ----------------------------------------------------------------- Note: get latest updates in pslvtv.com -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nC5Qw_7hne0 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
    

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Published Date : 2018-10-16T17:46:57.000Z

Maa Durga or Adi Parashakti or Maha Kali or Bhavani are the different names given to the same Divine Shakti. She is the consort of Shiv. Maa Durga represents Power or Shakti or Energy of the Universe. She is Prakriti or Mother Nature. She is depicted as female because in the natural world the female gives birth to her children and plays the role of a Mother. Maa Durga is Jagdamba or Mother of the whole universe. Shiv is the cosmos while Shakti is His Energy. She is the other half of Shiv, Ardhnareshwar. Maa Durga is depicted to have 8 or 10 arms, each hand carrying a weapon or sacred item. Her vaahan or vehicle is a Tiger or Lion. Tiger represents unlimited power while Lion represents beastly desires. Her riding on a lion depicts She has conquered all beastly desires. She is the force/ energy behind Kundalini, the dormant energy coiled like a serpent at the base of the spine of every human. Maa Durga has 9 forms or avatars, known as NavDurga. She also has 10 other divine forms of Vidya or knowledge, known as Dus Mahavidyas. She in her Katyayani form (the 6th form in NavDurga) slayed the notorious and mighty buffalo demon Mahishasura. This earned her the famous epithet Mahishasura Mardini, meaning slayer of Mahishasura. Mahishasura had obtained a boon from Lord Brahma after hard penance that no male God or Deva / deity no matter who it is can slay him. He misused this boon and conquered the Devloka or Kingdom of Gods and dethroned Indra from his reign. He created havoc in the three worlds. All the Devas went to the Trinity, Shiv, Vishnu, Brahma for help. The Trinity and other Devas combined their powers and gave them to Parvati, wife of Shiv. She then transformed into a form mightier than any God or Goddess. She transformed into Mother Durga. According to legends it is said that Maa Durga is not only the form that Parvati took after having received the combined powers from all Gods and The Trinity but that She is beyond everything, beyond all space and time. She is the Divine Source of Energy from which everything, including the Trinity Gods took birth. Her smile created the Universe and her Wrath can annihilate the Universe. She is the End and She is the Beginning. Hence the name Adi Parashakti. Maa Durga is one of the original manifested forms of Adi Parashakti, the others being Sati and Lalita Tripura Sundari. Maa Durga slayed the wicked demons Shumbh and Nishumbh and Chand and Mund in her Kali or Maha Kali form. Her skin turned black and tongue turned blood red. She wore a garland of severed heads and skulls of demons that She slayed. Once after slaying a wicked demon named Raktbeej (so named because this demon would replicate himself everywhere his blood fell), Maa Kali became so angry that She was about to destroy the whole Universe. To calm the situation, Lord Shiv laid Himself down on the ground before Her. Accidentally She stepped on Shiv's body and this made Her feel a sense of shame (since Shiv is Her consort and She has nothing but pure love for Him). This made Her stick Her bloody red tongue out...... Listen this stotra today Goddess Durga bless your family | PSLV TV share This video Hope you like this video & Please Subscribe my channel for more Updated videos like this ------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to My channel :https://goo.gl/KaT4cD Facebook Page : https://goo.gl/tAvBj2 Google+ : Twitter : https://goo.gl/GLLQfZ Youtube : https://goo.gl/zeUm1f WebSite : http://www.pslvtv.com/ Thumbnail Credits & Intro : ----------------------------------------------------------------- Note: Get latest updates in pslvtv.com
    

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Published Date : 2018-02-12T10:51:56.000Z

Here is a powerful keerthana, dedicated to NaraSimha swamy, by Annamayya that brings out the roudra rasa or anger essence. This piece is in Sanskrit and full of sobriquets attributed to NaraSimha. While the Telugu movie on Annamayya has accounted this song to have been written when he is imprisoned by the King. Of the forehead eye's powerful lightning creeper, roaming for sport, is Lakshmi NaraSimha! he wind of the storm, with heaps of frightening bellows, one who stays on/with Lotus/Lakshmi, the composer; The mountain in his Class, the caretaker of Lakshmi and Earth, moving in the Sun filled sky, the skilled one at fate, is the steady Narasimha. Discussion: There are sobriquets that are contrasting in this line. First, let's look at the difficult ones. My apologies for having misread the word "marutha" as "amrutha"initially, a misplacement of letter "a" after and before "m". So He is the wind that carries the storm/tornado and causes destruction. Just an example on how the words can be easily misinterpreted!!! A note that Lakshmi is also refered to as Lalitha/ Kamala or Lotus. Please refer to Sriman Narayana keerthana for discussion on it. The second challenging adjective is that He is the "composer". The Lord must have composed many "Leelas" or episodes but not sure what Annamayya is referring to here. KulaSaila means to be a mountain in His class or Kula, the strength of the race/class. The last adjective "Nischala" is the contrasting one. Nishchala means motionless and steady. However, Annamayya has refered to the movement of the Lord especially as Narasimha a couple of times. Taking cue from the previous adjective of being the one who is "skilled with fate/destiny", the motionlessness that he refers to is that of being indifferent to the ups and downs of fate.... పాలనేత్రానల ప్రబల విద్యుల్లతా కేళీ విహార లక్ష్మీనారసింహా .. ప్రళయమారుత ఘొర భస్త్రీకాపూత్కార లలిత నిశ్వాసడోలా రచనయా .. కూలశైలకుంభినీ కుముదహిత రవిగగన- చలన విధినిపుణ నిశ్చల నారసింహా.. Annamacharya keerthana ... పాలనేత్రానల ప్రబల విద్యుల్లతా కేళీ విహార లక్ష్మీనారసింహా | PSLV TV share This video Hope you like this video And Please Subscribe my channel for more Updated videos like this ------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to My channel :https://goo.gl/KaT4cD Facebook Page : https://goo.gl/tAvBj2 Google+ : Twitter : https://goo.gl/GLLQfZ Youtube : https://goo.gl/zeUm1f WebSite : http://www.pslvtv.com/ Thumbnail Credits & Intro : ----------------------------------------------------------------- Note: get latest updates in pslvtv.com -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nC5Qw_7hne0 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
    

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Published Date : 2018-10-18T14:48:14.000Z

Power Star Pawan Kalyan,chief of Jana Sena party is all set to show his party power with Jana Sena Kavatu on Dhawaleswaram Cotton Barriage. Jana Sena activists will perform Kavatu for one and half hour from Pichukalanka to Cotton Statue heading for 2.5 KM. Pawan Kalyan will reach Pichukalanka from Vijjeswaram,West Godavari district. Jana Sena supporters erected Jana Sena flags from Vijjeswaram to Dhaleswaram throughout the barriage. Police expect 2 lakh Jana Sainkis. NRI Venkat reaction on Yamini Sadineni comments against Janasena | PSLV TV share This video Hope you like this video & Please Subscribe my channel for more Updated videos like this ------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to My channel :https://goo.gl/KaT4cD Facebook Page : https://goo.gl/tAvBj2 Google+ : Twitter : https://goo.gl/GLLQfZ Youtube : https://goo.gl/zeUm1f WebSite : http://www.pslvtv.com/ Thumbnail Credits & Intro : ----------------------------------------------------------------- Note: Get latest updates in pslvtv.com
    

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Published Date : 2018-10-18T15:00:55.000Z

హిందూ సంస్కృతీ సాంప్రదాయాలకు ఎవరైనా సలాం చేయాల్సిందే మన బతుకమ్మ నృత్యంలో అడుగులు వేస్తూ ఈ న్యూయార్క్ పోలీస్ యెంత ఆనందపడుతున్నాడో చూడండి . share This video Hope you like this video & Please Subscribe my channel for more Updated videos like this ------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to My channel :https://goo.gl/KaT4cD Facebook Page : https://goo.gl/tAvBj2 Google+ : Twitter : https://goo.gl/GLLQfZ Youtube : https://goo.gl/zeUm1f WebSite : http://www.pslvtv.com/ Thumbnail Credits & Intro : ----------------------------------------------------------------- Note: Get latest updates in pslvtv.com
    

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Published Date : 2017-11-10T07:32:59.000Z

Taḷḷapāka Annamāchārya (or Annamayya) was a 15th-century Hindu saint and is the earliest known Indian musician to compose songs called sankirtanas in praise of the god Venkateswara, a form of Vishnu. He is the first known composer in carnatic music. Other composers like Purandaradasa came after him. The musical form of the keertana songs that he composed, which are still popular among Carnatic music concert artists,have strongly influenced the structure of Carnatic music compositions.Annamacharya is remembered for his saintly life, and is honoured as a great devotee of Vishnu by devotees and saintly singers. He is believed to have been the avatar of Nandaka, the sword of Vishnu. He is widely regarded as the Andhra Pada kavitā Pitāmaha .... Amazing and beautiful song of Lord Venkateswara which was written by Annamacharya | PSLV TV... share This video Hope you like this video And Please Subscribe my channel for more Updated videos like this ------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to My channel :https://goo.gl/KaT4cD Facebook Page : https://goo.gl/tAvBj2 Google+ : Twitter : https://goo.gl/GLLQfZ Youtube : https://goo.gl/zeUm1f WebSite : http://www.pslvtv.com/ Thumbnail Credits & Intro : ----------------------------------------------------------------- Note: get latest updates in pslvtv.com -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nC5Qw_7hne0 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
    

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Published Date : 2018-09-14T23:01:42.000Z

According to the Tirumala sthala Purana, the legend of Venkateswara is as follows: Once, sages headed by Kashyapa began to perform a fire sacrifice (homa) on the banks of the Ganges. Sage Narada visited them and asked them why they were performing the sacrifice and who is the patron deity of the sacrifice. Unable to answer, the sages approached Sage Bhrigu (who had an extra eye in the sole of his foot) to determine the worthy patron god among the Trimurti, the Hindu trinune gods. Bhrigu first went to Satyaloka, the abode of the god Brahma. At Satyaloka, he found Brahma reciting the four Vedas in praise of Vishnu, with each of his four heads, and attended upon by his consort Saraswati. Brahma did not notice Bhrigu offering obeisance. The angry sage cursed Brahma and left Satyaloka. He then reached Kailash, the abode of the god Shiva. Bhrigu found Shiva deep in meditation with his wife Parvati by his side. Feeling ignored, Bhrigu cursed Shiva too and left for Vaikuntha, the abode of Vishnu. At Vaikuntha, Vishnu was resting on the serpent Shesha with his consort Lakshmi in service at his feet. Bhrigu was infuriated and kicked Vishnu on his chest, the place of Lakshmi in Vishnu's body. To pacify the sage, Vishnu held his legs and pressed them gently. He squeezed the extra eye in Bhrigu's foot - the symbol of his egotism. The sage realized his folly and apologized to Vishnu. There upon, Bhrigu concluded that Vishnu was supreme of the Trimurti and informed the sages the same. Lakshmi was angered by Vishnu's action of placating Bhrigu who had kicked her place in Vishnu's body and thus insulted her. She abandoned her heavenly abode and resided in Karavirapur (Kolhapur) on earth. After her departure, a forlorn Vishnu followed suit and took abode in an ant-hill under a tamarind tree, beside a pushkarini on the Venkata hill, meditating for the return of Lakshmi, without food or sleep. Taking pity on Vishnu, Brahma and Shiva assumed the forms of a cow and its calf to serve him. Lakshmi in the form of a cowherdess sold the cow and calf to the king of the Chola country. The Chola king sent them to graze on the Venkata Hill along with his herd of cattle. Discovering Vishnu on the ant-hill, the cow provided its milk, and thus fed him. Meanwhile, at the palace, the cow was not yielding any milk, for which the Chola queen chastised the royal cow herder severely. To find out the cause of lack of milk, the cow herder followed the cow secretly and discovered the cow emptying her udder over the ant-hill. Angered by the conduct of the cow, the cow herder flung his axe to harm the cow. However, Vishnu rose from the ant-hill to receive the blow and save the cow. When the cow herder saw Vishnu bleed by the blow of his axe, he fell down and died of shock. The cow returned to the king, bellowing in fright and with blood stains all over her body. To find out the cause of the cow's terror, the king followed her and found the cow herder lying dead on the ground near the ant-hill. Vishnu rose from the ant-hill and cursed the king to become an Rakshasa (demon) because of the fault of his servant. Upon the king pleading innocence, Vishnu blessed him to be born as Akasa Raja and that the curse would end when Vishnu will be adorned with a crown presented by Akasa Raja at the time of his marriage with Padmavati. Thereafter, Vishnu, as Srinivasa, decided to stay in Varaha Kshetra and requested Varaha (the boar avatar of Vishnu) to grant him a site for his stay. Srinivasa ordained that a pilgrimage to his shrine would not be complete unless it is preceded by a bath in the Pushkarini and the worship of Varaha before him. Vishnu built a hermitage and lived there, attended to by Vakula Devi who looked after him like a mother........ Beautiful Annamacharya sankeertana about Lord Venkateswara | PSLV TV share This video Hope you like this video And Please Subscribe my channel for more Updated videos like this ------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to My channel :https://goo.gl/KaT4cD Facebook Page : https://goo.gl/tAvBj2 Google+ : Twitter : https://goo.gl/GLLQfZ Youtube : https://goo.gl/zeUm1f WebSite : http://www.pslvtv.com/ Thumbnail Credits & Intro : ----------------------------------------------------------------- Note: Get latest updates in pslvtv.com
    

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Published Date : 2018-10-18T15:59:08.000Z

Sri Rajarajeswari Devi is the consort of Lord Shiva. The name is also mentioned in Sri Lalita Sahasranama. In Lalita Sahasranama "Rajarajeswari" is mentioned in 864th name of 1000 names of the Devine Mother Sri Lalithambika. Below is the meaning for "Rajarajeswari". In Hindu Relegion there are said to be Eight Lords who governs each directions of our Universe.They are called Ashta Digpalakas. Their governing directions are mentioned below. East- Indra,South East- Agni,South- Yama,South West- Nairuthi,West- Varuna,North West- Vayu,North- Kuber,North East- Eshana And they are also called as Raja.the Trimurtis - Brahma, Vishnu and Maheswara are the Over lords of Ashta Digpalakas. They are called as Rajeswar. The Goddess who rules over these Trimurthi is called as Rajarajeswari. Divinity manifests from age to age in the human form in order to re-establish Dharma (righteousness) and to guide all mankind back to the righteous path. The Mother is a universal embodiment of compassion. She extends her warmth and grace to protect and bless her children. God appears in many forms but to experience God in the form of Sri Varahi brings a great deal of peace and joy. Shakti, Goddess: Goddess Shakti is Supreme Godhead in the form of the Mother of Creation. She is the Supreme Godhead worshipped by members of the Shakta sect of Hinduism. Her forms include Goddess Parvathi, Lakshmi, Saraswati, Durga, Kali, Rajarajeswari, Amman. Goddess Shakti is also represented by the Sri Chakra Yantra, which is often worshipped in place of Her other forms. Sri Maha Vaarahi is the solemn power of Sri Raja Rajeswari. Sri Raja Rajeswari took the incarnation of Sri Maha Vaarahi to eliminate the cruel demon Pandasura. Varahi as a very powerful and active Goddess who destroys evil forces, protects spiritual aspirants, and grants wishes. According to her mythology, she is commander of the forces of the mother-goddess, symbolizing the might of SriVidya (knowledge of yogas, rituals and devotional service). As Varahi she destroys evil forces that obstructs the devotees ,progress, paralyses the enemies, and leads the devotees ultimately to Sri-Vidyas. Varahi represents the new-moon and the illumination aspects of the mother-goddess. Varahi is also said to be one of the Yoginis, taking the form of a boar. She is said to lift up the earth with her tusks to confer benefits on all creatures. Shri Rajarajeswari amman is shakthi. she is the mother. she blesses her children. she gives us strength. Shri Rajarajeswari is an amsa of shakthi. Listen this tstotra today Goddess Rajarajeswari will give you wealth and health | PSLV TV share This video Hope you like this video & Please Subscribe my channel for more Updated videos like this ------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to My channel :https://goo.gl/KaT4cD Facebook Page : https://goo.gl/tAvBj2 Google+ : Twitter : https://goo.gl/GLLQfZ Youtube : https://goo.gl/zeUm1f WebSite : http://www.pslvtv.com/ Thumbnail Credits & Intro : ----------------------------------------------------------------- Note: Get latest updates in pslvtv.com
    

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Published Date : 2018-10-18T22:27:23.000Z

Maa Durga or Adi Parashakti or Maha Kali or Bhavani are the different names given to the same Divine Shakti. She is the consort of Shiv. Maa Durga represents Power or Shakti or Energy of the Universe. She is Prakriti or Mother Nature. She is depicted as female because in the natural world the female gives birth to her children and plays the role of a Mother. Maa Durga is Jagdamba or Mother of the whole universe. Shiv is the cosmos while Shakti is His Energy. She is the other half of Shiv, Ardhnareshwar. Maa Durga is depicted to have 8 or 10 arms, each hand carrying a weapon or sacred item. Her vaahan or vehicle is a Tiger or Lion. Tiger represents unlimited power while Lion represents beastly desires. Her riding on a lion depicts She has conquered all beastly desires. She is the force/ energy behind Kundalini, the dormant energy coiled like a serpent at the base of the spine of every human. Maa Durga has 9 forms or avatars, known as NavDurga. She also has 10 other divine forms of Vidya or knowledge, known as Dus Mahavidyas. She in her Katyayani form (the 6th form in NavDurga) slayed the notorious and mighty buffalo demon Mahishasura. This earned her the famous epithet Mahishasura Mardini, meaning slayer of Mahishasura. Maa Kali is supposed to represent the Raw power of Nature. She is linked with Dark Matter and Dark Energy, the energy that is currently one of the reasons of the continuous expansion of the Universe. Maa Maha Kali is one of the Ten Mahavidyas. She is beyond time and the consort of Mahakaal (one of the most powerful manifestations of Lord Shiv). Maa Kali emerges when Maa Durga turns wrathful. However beneath all the horror and rage is a Mother, is Mother Durga. Maa Durga is often connected to Fire and also called Jwala or Jyotawali Maa (Mother of Divine Flame or Fire). As mentioned before, She is Mother Nature Herself.The Shaktipeeths are divine spots dedicated to Maa Durga. Sati immolated Herself when her father Daksha did not accept Her love for her husband Mahadev (Shiv). Shiv turned wrathful and lost all control. He carried Sati's burned body around in the heavens. Nobody was able to console Him. Then Lord Vishnu with His Sudarshan Chakra tore Sati's body into 51 different parts in order to calm Lord Shiv’s sorrow down. The 51 body parts fell at different places in Bharat. Those sites came to be known as Shaktipeeths. One of the most famous powerful manifestations of Maa Durga is Maa Vaishno Devi. If you listen this powerful stotra today you will get good result | PSLV TV share This video Hope you like this video & Please Subscribe my channel for more Updated videos like this ------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to My channel :https://goo.gl/KaT4cD Facebook Page : https://goo.gl/tAvBj2 Google+ : Twitter : https://goo.gl/GLLQfZ Youtube : https://goo.gl/zeUm1f WebSite : http://www.pslvtv.com/ Thumbnail Credits & Intro : ----------------------------------------------------------------- Note: Get latest updates in pslvtv.com
    

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Lord Venkateshwara of Tirupati is a famous Hindu deity. Every year millions of people throng to the hills of Tirumala to seek blessings of the Lord. It is believed that Lord Venkateshwara resides at Tirumala with His consort Padmavathi. Lord Venkateshwara is also known by the name of Balaji, Srinivasa and Govinda. Lord Venkateshwara is believed to be one of the richest deities of India. The myth about the riches of the Tirumala God says that Lord Srinivasa is still repaying the debt of His marriage to Goddess Padmavathi which He had taken from Kuber, from the donations made by devotees. Lord Venkateshwara is deemed as a very powerful deity. It is said that the Lord fulfills all the wishes of an individual if the devotee asks with a true heart and strong determination. Many people ask for wishes to the Lord and then offer their hair at the temple when the wish is fulfilled. Once Sage Bhrigu, who was believed to be born with an extra eye in his foot, went around the Universe seeking true knowledge. First, he approached Lord Brahma. But Lord Brahma was so engrossed in chanting the name of Vishnu that He did not notice sage Bhrigu. Enraged at this behaviour, sage Bhrigu cursed Brahma that nobody will ever worship Him on earth. Then the sage went to Lord Shiva. At that time Shiva was engrossed in talking to Goddess Parvati and failed to notice the sage. So, the sage cursed the Lord that He would be worshipped only as stones (linga). After that sage Bhrigu went to Lord Vishnu, who also did not notice him. Enraged at this, the sage kicked Lord Vishnu at His chest. It is believed that Goddess Mahalakshmi resides in Lord Vishnu's chest. In an attempt to calm down the sage, Lord Vishnu held the sage's legs and started pressing them gently. While doing this, the Lord squeezed out the extra eye of the sage from his foot which brought an end to the sage's ego. The sage apologised for his mistake. However, Goddess Mahalakshmi was extremely disappointed with Lord Vishnu on His act of apologising to the sage. She became very angry, left Vaikuntha and descended on Earth. The forlorn Lord Vishnu also came to Earth to look for the Goddess and took refuge in an ant hill under a tamarind tree near Venkata Hill. The Lord gave up food and sleep and started meditating for the Goddess to return. Seeing the pain of Lord Vishnu, Lord Brahma and Shiva took the form of a cow and calf. The king of the Chola country bought them and sent them grazing on the fields of the Venkata hill. On discovering Lord Vishnu on the ant hill, the cow fed Him with milk. The Queen at the palace became very angry as the cow was not able to produce milk. So, she asked the cow herder to keep a watch on the cow. The cow herder found that the cow was spilling all its milk on an anthill. Angered by the cow, the cow herder attempted to kill it with his axe. Then, Lord Vishnu appeared out of the ant hill and took the blow. On seeing Lord Vishnu covered with blood, the cow herder fell down and died of shock. After that the king came rushing to the spot and found the cow herder dead..... Listen this beautiful song of Lord Srinivasa this Saturday | PSLV TV share This video Hope you like this video & Please Subscribe my channel for more Updated videos like this ------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to My channel :https://goo.gl/KaT4cD Facebook Page : https://goo.gl/tAvBj2 Google+ : Twitter : https://goo.gl/GLLQfZ Youtube : https://goo.gl/zeUm1f WebSite : http://www.pslvtv.com/ Thumbnail Credits & Intro : ----------------------------------------------------------------- Note: Get latest updates in pslvtv.com
    

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Published Date : 2018-10-16T23:22:29.000Z

Durga is the Goddess of Power, Motherhood and Invincibility and also one among the forms of Goddess Adi-Shakti and/or Parvati. Her name defines 'The Inaccessible One'. She is shown as a graceful lady with eight arms, six of her hands holding a discus, mace, bow, arrow, longsword and a shield. Her two other hands hold a trident. She is depicted wearing celestial red garments and is decked with shining ornaments on all her limbs. Multiple iconographies show Durga mounted upon the back of either a lion or tiger, acting as her carrier. She is described as being the creator, maintainer and destroyer of the world and is the root source of the world. She is the Mother and the Empress of all creation and when pleased, she grants boons towards her devotees. There are many stories and legends relating to Goddess Durga. Her most well-known story is her being the killer of the buffalo-demon Mahishasur. This famous story was taken from the extracts of the Shiva Purana, Vamana Purana, the Devi Mahatmyam in the Markandeya Purana, Skanda Purana, and the Devi Bhagawatam. The destruction of Mahishasur runs as follows: A vile Demon King, Mahishasur, performed severe austerities to please Lord Brahma. Being pleased by the virtue of his penances, Lord Brahma appeared and granted him his choicest boons. Mahishasur requested the boons of changing forms and not to get defeated at the hands of any masculine force, if he is a God, demon or a man. Lord Brahma granted the demon's boons. Hence, empowered and protected by the boons with their respective powers, he gathered his large demonic armies and fought a fierce battle with Indra and his own forces. The battle lasted for a hundred years until Mahishasur became heaven's new King. That vicious demon himself had absorbed the duties of Gods Surya, Indra, Agni, Vayu, Chandra, Yamraj and Varuna and others. Banished from heaven, they were forced to wander about on earth. The host of Gods then sought the help of Tridev (Three Gods: Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva). The Gods approached them and informed them about the reign of caused by Mahishasur. Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva were immediately enraged and from their bodies, emitted out their radiance. The Gods were also enraged and also emitted their respective energies to coalesce with Tridev's energies. From the coalesced powers of all Gods, including Tridev, a woman manifested herself from the powers of Gods. All the Gods were elated on seeing the lady born of feminine features. She was none other than Adishakti, who manifested herself as Goddess Durga. Other sources say that Durga did not arise from the Gods as she was a form of Goddess Adishakti. Goddess Durga had eighteen arms. All the Gods, including Tridev, drew forth their respective weapons from their weapons and gave them to her eighteen hands. The Mountain-King Himavan offered Durga a lion as her vehicle. Armed with the deadly weapons of the Gods and decked with divine ornaments, Goddess Durga, mounted upon her lion, laughed terribly again and again. Seeing her miraculous form, the Gods rejoiced and sages revered her. They prayed to the divine Durga to kill Mahishasur and uphold them. Durga, rendering a deafening roar in all the ten directions, descended on Earth. The Earth shook, mountains rocked, seas trembled and gails of wind blew violently as Durga rode into the region where Mahishasur frequented. The Demon-King himself had no idea that the time of his death had come and he took all his demon armies to search and destroy the perpetrator who caused the Earth to shake. On their way, whilst departing for the battlefield, everywhere in the regions of the demon world, all the demons witnessed horrendous omens, indicating that their death has come. Upon arriving to the battlefield, the demons, lead by Mahishasur came to the place where Goddess Durga had positioned herself. The Supreme Goddess challenged the demons for battle, as to which they accepted. So a fierce battle had commenced between Durga and the demons. All the demon armies, led by generals Chixsur, Chamara, Udagra, Mahahanu, Asiloma, Bashkaal, Parivarita, Bidal, Karala, Udhata, Tamraka, Andhaka, Ugrasya, Ugravirya, Durdhara and Durmukh, all attacked Durga simultaneously. Upon seeing the demons charging towards her, Durga became violently furious and full of rage. Listen this powerful stuti today Goddess Durga will protect your family | PSLV TV share This video Hope you like this video & Please Subscribe my channel for more Updated videos like this ------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to My channel :https://goo.gl/KaT4cD Facebook Page : https://goo.gl/tAvBj2 Google+ : Twitter : https://goo.gl/GLLQfZ Youtube : https://goo.gl/zeUm1f WebSite : http://www.pslvtv.com/ Thumbnail Credits & Intro : ----------------------------------------------------------------- Note: Get latest updates in pslvtv.com
    

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Published Date : 2018-07-25T02:58:25.000Z

Ganesha About this sound listen , also known as Ganapati, Vinayaka, Pillaiyar and Binayak, is one of the best-known and most worshipped deities in the Hindu pantheon. His image is found throughout India, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Bali, Bangladesh and Nepal. Hindu denominations worship him regardless of affiliations.Devotion to Ganesha is widely diffused and extends to Jains and Buddhists. Although he is known by many attributes, Ganesha's elephant head makes him easy to identify.Ganesha is widely revered as the remover of obstacles, the patron of arts and sciences and the deva of intellect and wisdom. As the god of beginnings, he is honoured at the start of rites and ceremonies. Ganesha is also invoked as patron of letters and learning during writing sessions.Several texts relate mythological anecdotes associated with his birth and exploits and explain his distinct iconography. Ganesha likely emerged as a deity as early as the 2nd century AD, but most certainly by the 4th and 5th centuries AD, during the Gupta period, although he inherited traits from Vedic and pre-Vedic precursors. Hindu mythology identifies him as the restored son of Parvati and Shiva of the Shaivism tradition, but he is a pan-Hindu god found in its various traditions. In the Ganapatya tradition of Hinduism, Ganesha is the supreme deity.The principal texts on Ganesha include the Ganesha Purana, the Mudgala Purana, and the Ganapati Atharvashirsa. Brahma Purana and Brahmanda Purana are other two Puranic genre encyclopedic texts that deal with Ganesha. Listen this suktam every day Lord Ganesha will bless you | PSLV TV share This video Hope you like this video And Please Subscribe my channel for more Updated videos like this ------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to My channel :https://goo.gl/KaT4cD Facebook Page : https://goo.gl/tAvBj2 Google+ : Twitter : https://goo.gl/GLLQfZ Youtube : https://goo.gl/zeUm1f WebSite : http://www.pslvtv.com/ Thumbnail Credits & Intro : ----------------------------------------------------------------- Note: Get latest updates in pslvtv.com -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nC5Qw_7hne0 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
    

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Published Date : 2018-07-20T01:29:16.000Z

Mantra Pushpam is taken from Yajur Veda. Where this hymn can be found? Whether in Krishna Yajur Veda or Shukla Yajur Veda or both? And also quote the number of hymn.As stated in Triyugi Narayan Mani's answer, the Mantra Pushpam is a collection of 10 mantras from the Taitariya Aranyaka associted with the Yajurveda. Exact location is Taitariya Aranyaka KAnda 1, Prasna 22| 1-10. Yo apam pushpam veda.... ya evam veda. He who reagrds the water as Pushpa, becomes endowed with Pushpa , successors and knowledge . He who knows that Moon nourishes the waters, becomes endowed with Pushpa , successors and knowledge , know thus. yo apAm Ayatanam veda, AyatanavAn bhavati... ya evam veda. He who knows the abode of waters, becomes possessed of an abode ( AyatanavAn bhavati, this phrase is repeated in all mantras). He who knows the waters as the abode of Agni, becomes possessed of an abode. He who knows the abode of Agni, becomes possessed of an abode. He who knows the water as the abode of Agni, becomes possessed of an abode, Know thus. He who knows the abode of waters, becomes possessed of an abode. Know Vayu as the abode of waters, becomes possessed of an abode. abode of Vayu, becomes possessed of an abode. Know waters as the abode of VAyu, becomes possessed of an abode. Know thus. He who knows the abode of waters, becomes possessed of an abode. that burning Sun as the abode of waters, becomes possessed of an abode... Know thus. He who knows the abode of waters, becomes possessed of an abode. Moon is the abode of waters, becomes possessed of an abode. Know the abode of Moon's rays; becomes possessed of an abode. waters as the abode of Moon's rays; becomes possessed of an abode. Know thus. He who knows the abode of waters, becomes possessed of an abode. The asterisms are the abode of waters; becomes possessed of an abode. Know the abode of asterisms; becomes possessed of an abode. Waters as the abode of asterisms; becomes possessed of an abode; Know thus. He who knows the abode of waters, becomes possessed of an abode. Rain in the abode of waters, becomes possessed of an abode. He who knows the abode of Parjanya, becomes possessed of an abode. Waters as the abode of Parjanya, becomes possessed of an abode. Know thus. He who knows the abode of waters, becomes possessed of an abode. Time is the abode of waters, becomes possessed of an abode. He who knows the abode of time, becomes possessed of an abode. Waters as the abode of time, becomes possessed of an abode. Know thus. Yo apsu nAvam pratishthithAm veda, pratyeva tishthati, ime vai lokA apsu pratishthitAh, tadeshA abhyanuktA || He who established firmly in the waters, is able to be established in his own world. The worlds that are seen are established in the waters. This has been declared. apAm rasam udayam san.... tam vo grhnAmi uttamam || The essence (rasa) of all rises in the waters. This essence is collected from the pure Sun-World. The water are the essence of the essences. We receive the Supreme essence. This powerful mantra can change your life and fate | నిత్యం ఈ మంత్రం వినండి | PSLV TV share This video Hope you like this video And Please Subscribe my channel for more Updated videos like this ------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to My channel :https://goo.gl/KaT4cD Facebook Page : https://goo.gl/tAvBj2 Google+ : Twitter : https://goo.gl/GLLQfZ Youtube : https://goo.gl/zeUm1f WebSite : http://www.pslvtv.com/ Thumbnail Credits & Intro : ----------------------------------------------------------------- Note: Get latest updates in pslvtv.com -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nC5Qw_7hne0 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
    

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Venkateswara literally means "Lord of Venkata".The word is a combination of the words Venkata (the name of a hill in Andhra Pradesh) and Isvara ("Lord").According to the Brahmanda and Bhavishyottara Puranas, the word "Venkata" means "Destroyer of sins", deriving from the Sanskrit words vem (sins) and kata (power of immunity). Thirumalai finds mention in Sangam literature, where Sangam landscape was classified into five categories, known as thinais, based on the mood, the season and the land. Tolkappiyam, mentions that each of these thinai had an associated deity and mentions Thirumala as presiding in Mullai region- the forests.The Tirumala hill is located in the temple town of Tirumala, where Tirumala Venkateswara Temple is located on this hill. The ancient Tamil texts describe its Venkata peak as the northernmost part of Tamilakam...... Extraordinary and pleasant song of Lord Venkateswara which touch our soul....| PSLV TV share This video Hope you like this video And Please Subscribe my channel for more Updated videos like this ------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to My channel :https://goo.gl/KaT4cD Facebook Page : https://goo.gl/tAvBj2 Google+ : Twitter : https://goo.gl/GLLQfZ Youtube : https://goo.gl/zeUm1f WebSite : http://www.pslvtv.com/ Thumbnail Credits & Intro : ----------------------------------------------------------------- Note: get latest updates in pslvtv.com -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nC5Qw_7hne0 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
    

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Published Date : 2018-09-28T01:53:42.000Z

Devī is the Sanskrit word for "goddess"; the masculine form is Deva. Devi – the feminine form, and Deva – the masculine form, mean "heavenly, divine, anything of excellence", and are also gender specific terms for a deity in Hinduism.The concept and reverence for goddesses appears in the Vedas, which were composed in the 2nd millennium BCE; however, they do not play a central role in that era.Goddesses such as Saraswati and Usha have continued to be revered into the modern era.The medieval era Puranas witnessed a major expansion in mythology and literature associated with Devi, with texts such as the Devi Mahatmya, wherein she manifests as the ultimate truth and supreme power. She has inspired the Shaktism tradition of Hinduism. The divine feminine has the strongest presence as Devi in Hinduism, among major world religions, from the ancient times to the present.The goddess is viewed as central in Shakti and Saiva Hindu traditions.The Devi Sukta of the Rigveda 10.125.1 through 10.125.8, is among the most studied hymns declaring that the ultimate reality is a goddess: I have created all worlds at my will without being urged by any higher Being, and dwell within them. I permeate the earth and heaven, and all created entities with my greatness and dwell in them as eternal and infinite consciousness. The Vedas includes numerous goddesses including Parvati (power), Lakshmi (wealth), Prithvi (earth), Aditi (cosmic moral order), Saraswati (river, knowledge), Vāc (sound), Nirṛti (destruction), Ratri (night), Aranyani (forest), and bounty goddesses such as Dinsana, Raka, Puramdhi, Parendi, Bharati, Mahi among others are mentioned in the Rigveda.:6–17, 55–64 However, the goddesses are not discussed as frequently as gods (Devas).Parvati, appears in late Vedic texts dated to be pre-Buddhist, but verses dedicated to her do not suggest that her characteristics were fully developed in the Vedic era.:18–19 All gods and goddesses are distinguished in the Vedic times,:18 but in the post-Vedic texts, particularly in the early medieval era literature, they are ultimately seen as aspects or manifestations of one Devi, the Supreme power. Devi is the supreme being in the Shakta tradition of Hinduism, while in the Smarta Tradition, she is one of the five primary forms of Brahman that is revered.In other Hindu traditions, Devi embodies the active energy and power of Deva, and they always appear together complementing each other, such as Parvati with Shiva in Shaivism, Saraswati with Brahma in Brahmanism, and Lakshmi with Vishnu in Vaishnavism. The Devi-inspired philosophy is propounded in many Hindu texts, such as the Devi Upanishad, which states that Shakti is essentially Brahman (ultimate metaphysical Reality), from her arise Prakṛti (matter) and Purusha (consciousness), she is bliss and non-bliss, the Vedas and what is different from it, the born and the unborn, and all of the universe. Shakthi is Parvati, Shiva’s wife.She is also mentioned as the creative power of Shiva in Tripura Upanishad, Bahvricha Upanishad, and Guhyakali Upanishad. Devi identifies herself in the Devi Upanishad as brahman in her reply to the gods stating that she rules the world, blesses devotees with riches, she is the supreme deity to whom all worship is to be offered, and that she infuses Ātman in every soul.Devi asserts that she is creator of earth and heaven and resides there.Her creation of sky as father, seas as mother is reflected as the "Inner Supreme Self".Her creations are not prompted by any Higher being and she resides in all her creations. She is, states Devi, the eternal and infinite consciousness engulfing earth and heaven, and "all forms of bliss and non-bliss, knowledge and ignorance, Brahman and Non-Brahman". The tantric aspect in Devi Upanishad, states June McDaniel is the usage of the terms yantra, bindu, bija, mantra, shakti and chakra. Among the major world religions, the concept of goddess in Hinduism as the divine feminine, has had the strongest presence since the ancient times. Listen this powerful stotra every Friday Goddess Devi protect you | PSLV TV share This video Hope you like this video & Please Subscribe my channel for more Updated videos like this ------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to My channel :https://goo.gl/KaT4cD Facebook Page : https://goo.gl/tAvBj2 Google+ : Twitter : https://goo.gl/GLLQfZ Youtube : https://goo.gl/zeUm1f WebSite : http://www.pslvtv.com/ Thumbnail Credits & Intro : ----------------------------------------------------------------- Note: Get latest updates in pslvtv.com
    

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Published Date : 2018-10-15T22:45:39.000Z

The name Saraswati came from "saras" (meaning "flow") and "wati" (meaning "she who has "), i.e. "she who has flow". So, Saraswati is symbol of knowledge; its flow (or growth) is like a river and knowledge is supremely alluring, like a beautiful woman. In Hinduism Saraswathi is the goddess of knowledge, music, arts and science. She is the consort of Brahma, also revered as His Shakti. In the Rigveda, Saraswati is a river as well as its personification as a goddess. In the post-Vedic age, she began to lose her status as a river goddess and became increasingly associated with literature, arts, music, etc. In Hinduism, Saraswati represents intelligence, consciousness, cosmic knowledge, creativity, education, enlightenment, music, the arts, eloquence and power. Hindus worship her not only for "academic knowledge", but for "divine knowledge" essential to achieve moksha. Goddess Saraswati is often depicted as a beautiful woman dressed in pure white often seated on a white lotus, which symbolizes that she is founded in the experience of the “Absolute Truth”. Thus, she not only has the knowledge but also the experience of the Highest Reality. The lotus on her hand symbolizes true knowledge. Her ride is a white swan which is known for its peculiar capability of separating water from the milk. The swan indicates that we should have the ability to discriminate the bad from the good. She is mainly associated with the color white, which signifies the purity of true knowledge. Occasionally, however, she is also associated with the colour yellow, the colour of the flowers of the mustard plant that bloom at the time of her festival in the spring. She is adorned with simple jewels and gold, unlike the goddess Lakshmi; representing her preference of knowledge over worldly material things. She is generally shown to have four arms, which represent the four aspects of human personality in learning: mind, intellect, alertness, and ego. Alternatively, these four arms also represent the 4 Vedas, the primary sacred books for Hindus. The Vedas, in turn, represent the 3 forms of literature: Poetry — the Rigveda contains hymns, representing poetry Prose — Yajurveda contains prose Music — Samaveda represents music. he is usually depicted near a flowing river, which may be related to her early history as a river goddess. Sometimes a peacock is shown beside the goddess. The peacock represents arrogance and pride over its beauty, and by having a peacock as her mount, the Goddess teaches not to be concerned with external appearance and to be wise regarding the eternal truth.... Listen this powerful stotra today Goddess Saraswathi will bless you | PSLV TV share This video Hope you like this video & Please Subscribe my channel for more Updated videos like this ------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to My channel :https://goo.gl/KaT4cD Facebook Page : https://goo.gl/tAvBj2 Google+ : Twitter : https://goo.gl/GLLQfZ Youtube : https://goo.gl/zeUm1f WebSite : http://www.pslvtv.com/ Thumbnail Credits & Intro : ----------------------------------------------------------------- Note: Get latest updates in pslvtv.com
    

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Published Date : 2018-10-16T06:32:20.000Z

Diabetes is a condition where people don't produce enough insulin to meet their body's needs and/or their cells don't respond properly to insulin. Insulin is important because it moves glucose, a simple sugar, into the body's cells from the blood. It also has a number of other effects on metabolism.The food that people eat provides the body with glucose, which is used by the cells as a source of energy. If insulin isn't available or doesn't work correctly to move glucose from the blood into cells, glucose will stay in the blood. High blood glucose levels are toxic, and cells that don't get glucose are lacking the fuel they need to function properly. Type 1 diabetes occurs when the pancreas cannot make insulin. Everyone with type 1 diabetes requires insulin injections. Most people are diagnosed with type 1 diabetes during their childhood or adolescent years. Type 1 diabetes occurs most commonly in people of northern European ancestry. Type 2 diabetes occurs when the pancreas does not make enough insulin or the body does not use insulin properly. It usually occurs in adults, although in some cases children may be affected. People with type 2 diabetes usually have a family history of this condition and 90% are overweight or obese. People with type 2 diabetes may eventually need insulin injections. This condition occurs most commonly in people of Indigenous and African descent, Hispanics, and Asians. Another less common form is gestational diabetes, a temporary condition that occurs during pregnancy. Depending on risk factors, between 3% to 13% of Canadian women will develop gestational diabetes which can be harmful for the baby if not controlled. The problem usually clears up after delivery, but women who have had gestational diabetes have a higher risk of developing type 2 diabetes later in life. Prediabetes is a term used to describe blood sugar levels that are higher than normal, but not high enough to be classified as diabetes. Many people with prediabetes go on to develop diabetes.... Diabetes - Causes, Symptoms, Treatment, Diagnosis by Dr Umaa Venkatesh | PSLV TV share This video Hope you like this video & Please Subscribe my channel for more Updated videos like this ------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to My channel :https://goo.gl/KaT4cD Facebook Page : https://goo.gl/tAvBj2 Google+ : Twitter : https://goo.gl/GLLQfZ Youtube : https://goo.gl/zeUm1f WebSite : http://www.pslvtv.com/ Thumbnail Credits & Intro : ----------------------------------------------------------------- Note: Get latest updates in pslvtv.com
    

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Alamelu also known as Alamelu manga and Padmavati(శ్రీ పద్మావతి అమ్మవారు) (often spelled "Padmavathi" or "Padmavathy"), is a Hindu devi. Believed to be a form of lakshmi, the Hindu Goddess of Elemental Prakriti, Alamelu Manga is the consort of Sri Venkateshwara and an incarnation of Goddess Mahalakshmi. The name Padmavati is Sanskrit for "she who emerged from lotus". The most prominent shrine of Padmavathi is Sri Padmavathi Ammavari Temple situated at Tiruchanur, a suburb of Tirupati City. Tradition dictates that every pilgrim to Tirupati must offer obeisance at this temple before visiting the Tirumala Venkateswara Temple. Alamelu Manga is a major deity in Hinduism worshipped as an aspect of Goddess Lakshmi.It is believed that her intercession is indispensable to gaining the favour of the lord, it is also believed that Lakshmi is co-omnipresent, co-illimitable and the co-bestower of moksham along with Lord Vishnu. Sri Alamelumanga is the mother-goddess figure for staunch Sri Vaishnavites in particular and Hindus in general. Nammalwar in his Thiruvaymozhi says "agalakillEn iRaiyum enRu alarmEl mangkai uRai mArbA! nigaril pugazhAy! ulagam mUnRudaiyAy! *ennai ALvAnE! nigaril amarar munik kaNangkaL virumbum thiruvEngkadaththAnE! pugal onRillA adiyEn un adik kIzh amarndhu pugundhEnE " The sentence agalakillEn iRaiyum enRu * alarmEl mangkai uRai mArbA! which translates as "Goddess Laxsmi will not away from your (venkateswara) heart,always stay with you (him)." Poet Sri Annamacharya, was a staunch devotee of Sri Alamelu Mangamma. Most of his creative output is either inspired or centers around the deity. Many of the most famous and popular Kritis of Annamacharya personify her benevolence and grace. The name Alamelu Manga or Alaru+melu+Manga is an old Tamil term which translates conjoint of the words Alar (lotus) and Mel(aloft or up); Mangai means "(lady)" in pure Tamil In Alamelu manga is the goddess Lakshmi.The name Alamelu has traditionally been a popular one in South India. Apart from that basic name, several variations are popular. This beautiful song describes Goddess Padmavathy benevolence and grace | PSLV TV share This video Hope you like this video & Please Subscribe my channel for more Updated videos like this ------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to My channel :https://goo.gl/KaT4cD Facebook Page : https://goo.gl/tAvBj2 Google+ : Twitter : https://goo.gl/GLLQfZ Youtube : https://goo.gl/zeUm1f WebSite : http://www.pslvtv.com/ Thumbnail Credits & Intro : ----------------------------------------------------------------- Note: Get latest updates in pslvtv.com
    

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Published Date : 2018-07-07T01:46:02.000Z

According to the Hindu scriptures, Vishnu, out of love towards his devotees, incarnated as Venkateswara and appeared for the salvation and upliftment of humanity in this Kali Yuga age. It is considered the supreme form of Vishnu in this age. The Venkateswara swami temple is also called Kaliyuga Vaikuntam. Venkateshwara is another form of Lord Vishnu who is the most popular deity among GSBs in Kerala. He is also known as Venkatachalapathi or Venkataramana or Tirumal devar or Varadaraja or Srinivasa or Balaji or Bithala. He has a dark complexion and four hands. In his two upper hands he holds a discus . With his lower hands extended downward he asks devotees to have faith and surrender to him for protection. The supreme temple of Venkateswara is at Tirupati and every GSB wants to visit this temple at least once in life.The temple town of Tirupati is situated at the foot of Tirumala hills in the Chandragiri Taluka of the Chittor district in Andhra Pradesh. The sacred spot on the hill about 2,800 feet above sea level is known as Tirumala, the abode of Lord Venkateswara. The hill forms part of the Eastern Ghats and is also known as Venkatachala and Seshachala. It is said that the Eastern Ghats on this side along with their curves, heights and falls resemble the serpent Adisesha and that the seven hills of Tirupati are its seven heads and Ahobalam where Lord Narasimha murthy is worshipped, representing the centre of Adisesha, and Srisailam representing the tail end of Adisesha. That is why Tirumala is called Seshachala. According to the legends, this has been a sacred place in all the four yugas, and was known as Vrishabhachala in the Krithayuga, Anjanachala in the Tretayuga, Seshachala in the Dwaparayuga and Venkatachala in the present Kaliyuga. In this temple, unlike other Vishnu temples, we find no minor shrines or idols of Vaishnava saints. Apart from the Lord Venkateswara temple, the other important places at Tirumala and Swami pushkarini, Papavinasam and Akasaganga waterfalls, Varahaswamy temple, and Shila Toranam a very ancient rock formation supposed to be over 10,000 years old.Once some rishis headed by Kasyapa began to perform a sacrifice on the banks of the Ganges. Sage Narada visited them and asked them why they were performing the sacrifice and who would be pleased by it. Not being able to answer the question, the rishis approached Sage Bhrigu. To reach a solution after a direct ascertainment of reality, Sage Bhrigu first went to Satyaloka, the abode of Lord Brahma. At Satyaloka, he found Lord Brahma, reciting the four Vedas in praise of Lord Narayana, with each of his four heads, and attended upon by Saraswati. Lord Brahma did not take notice of Bhrigu offering obeisance. Concluding that Lord Brahma was unfit for worship, Bhrigu left Satyaloka for Kailasa, the abode of Lord Shiva. At Kailasa, Bhrigu found Lord Siva spending his time pleasantly with Parvati and not noticing his presence. Parvati drew the attention of Siva to the presence of the sage. Lord Siva was furious at Bhrigu's intrusion and tried to destroy him. The sage cursed Lord Siva and left for Vaikuntam. At Vaikuntam, Lord Vishnu was reposing on Adisesha with Sri Mahalakshmi in service at His feet. Finding that Lord Vishnu also did not notice him, the sage was infuriated and kicked the Lord on His chest, the place where Mahalakshmi resides. At once, Lord Vishnu hastened to apologise to the angry sage and pressed his feet to allay the pain caused to Bhrigu's leg. In doing so the Lord removed the eye in the foot of the sage, stripping of his special powers. Thereupon, the sage concluded that Lord Vishnu was the most supreme of the trimurthis and told the rishis the same...... This beautiful song exposes Lord Srinivasa's grace and greatness | PSLV TV share This video Hope you like this video And Please Subscribe my channel for more Updated videos like this ------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to My channel :https://goo.gl/KaT4cD Facebook Page : https://goo.gl/tAvBj2 Google+ : Twitter : https://goo.gl/GLLQfZ Youtube : https://goo.gl/zeUm1f WebSite : http://www.pslvtv.com/ Thumbnail Credits & Intro : ----------------------------------------------------------------- Note: Get latest updates in pslvtv.com -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nC5Qw_7hne0 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
    

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Published Date : 2018-10-17T07:41:54.000Z

Rayalaseema, the southern region of Andhra Pradesh, has some unique dishes in its cuisine. Rayalaseema cuisine is famous for being spicy because of the liberal use of chilli powder in almost all the dishes. Seema karam is unique to its dishes. There are different foods and snacks made in the Rayalaseema region. Some of the main courses include rice, jonna (jowar), ragi roti with a combination of neyyi as well as Raagi Sangati, usually served with spinach or Pulusu. Uggani is a dish unique to Rayalaseema region especially Ananthapur, Kurnool and Kadapa districts and Karnataka where it is called as Oggane .It is made by boiled Paddycorn and is generally yellowish in color due to liberal usage of turmeric powder and is usually served with mirapakaya bajji (chili bajji) Uggani Bajji is served primarily as breakfast but generally eaten as a snack food too. It is spicy and is one of the ethnic and authentic dishes of Rayalaseema and Eastern Karnataka. Attirasaalu or Attirasa (rice-based vada using jaggery), pakam undalu, (a mixture of steamed rice flour, ground nuts, jaggery), Borugu Undalu (a sweet variety made corn of jowar and jaggery) and rava laddu are the sweet specialities. Masala borugulu or Nargis Mandakki (like snacks), ponganaalu wet rice flour, fry with oil, carrot, onions, chilis are other savory specialties. Dosa is a popular breakfast among the southern part of india.It is very rich in carbohydrates and protiens. The recipe i am posting is a basic dosa recipe which is quick,easy and most importantly tasty!!.Even today my week doesn't feel complete without making dosa as breakfast atleast for one day of the week!! This Dosa is very taste sirji because its belongs to Rayalaseema | PSLV TV share This video Hope you like this video & Please Subscribe my channel for more Updated videos like this ------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to My channel :https://goo.gl/KaT4cD Facebook Page : https://goo.gl/tAvBj2 Google+ : Twitter : https://goo.gl/GLLQfZ Youtube : https://goo.gl/zeUm1f WebSite : http://www.pslvtv.com/ Thumbnail Credits & Intro : ----------------------------------------------------------------- Note: Get latest updates in pslvtv.com
    

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Published Date : 2018-09-22T01:56:39.000Z

According to the Tirumala sthala Purana, the legend of Venkateswara is as follows: Once, sages headed by Kashyapa began to perform a fire sacrifice (homa) on the banks of the Ganges. Sage Narada visited them and asked them why they were performing the sacrifice and who is the patron deity of the sacrifice. Unable to answer, the sages approached Sage Bhrigu (who had an extra eye in the sole of his foot) to determine the worthy patron god among the Trimurti, the Hindu trinune gods. Bhrigu first went to Satyaloka, the abode of the god Brahma. At Satyaloka, he found Brahma reciting the four Vedas in praise of Vishnu, with each of his four heads, and attended upon by his consort Saraswati. Brahma did not notice Bhrigu offering obeisance. The angry sage cursed Brahma and left Satyaloka. He then reached Kailash, the abode of the god Shiva. Bhrigu found Shiva deep in meditation with his wife Parvati by his side. Feeling ignored, Bhrigu cursed Shiva too and left for Vaikuntha, the abode of Vishnu. At Vaikuntha, Vishnu was resting on the serpent Shesha with his consort Lakshmi in service at his feet. Bhrigu was infuriated and kicked Vishnu on his chest, the place of Lakshmi in Vishnu's body. To pacify the sage, Vishnu held his legs and pressed them gently. He squeezed the extra eye in Bhrigu's foot - the symbol of his egotism. The sage realized his folly and apologized to Vishnu. There upon, Bhrigu concluded that Vishnu was supreme of the Trimurti and informed the sages the same. Lakshmi was angered by Vishnu's action of placating Bhrigu who had kicked her place in Vishnu's body and thus insulted her. She abandoned her heavenly abode and resided in Karavirapur (Kolhapur) on earth. After her departure, a forlorn Vishnu followed suit and took abode in an ant-hill under a tamarind tree, beside a pushkarini on the Venkata hill, meditating for the return of Lakshmi, without food or sleep. Taking pity on Vishnu, Brahma and Shiva assumed the forms of a cow and its calf to serve him. Lakshmi in the form of a cowherdess sold the cow and calf to the king of the Chola country. The Chola king sent them to graze on the Venkata Hill along with his herd of cattle. Discovering Vishnu on the ant-hill, the cow provided its milk, and thus fed him. Meanwhile, at the palace, the cow was not yielding any milk, for which the Chola queen chastised the royal cow herder severely. To find out the cause of lack of milk, the cow herder followed the cow secretly and discovered the cow emptying her udder over the ant-hill. Angered by the conduct of the cow, the cow herder flung his axe to harm the cow. However, Vishnu rose from the ant-hill to receive the blow and save the cow. When the cow herder saw Vishnu bleed by the blow of his axe, he fell down and died of shock. The cow returned to the king, bellowing in fright and with blood stains all over her body. To find out the cause of the cow's terror, the king followed her and found the cow herder lying dead on the ground near the ant-hill. Vishnu rose from the ant-hill and cursed the king to become an Rakshasa (demon) because of the fault of his servant. Upon the king pleading innocence, Vishnu blessed him to be born as Akasa Raja and that the curse would end when Vishnu will be adorned with a crown presented by Akasa Raja at the time of his marriage with Padmavati. Thereafter, Vishnu, as Srinivasa, decided to stay in Varaha Kshetra and requested Varaha (the boar avatar of Vishnu) to grant him a site for his stay. Srinivasa ordained that a pilgrimage to his shrine would not be complete unless it is preceded by a bath in the Pushkarini and the worship of Varaha before him. Vishnu built a hermitage and lived there, attended to by Vakula Devi who looked after him like a mother. A while later, a King named Akasa Raja who belonged to the Lunar race, came to rule over Tondamandalam. The childless Akasa Raja performed a sacrifice to gain an heir. As part of the sacrifice, he was ploughing the fields. The plough struck a lotus, which had an infant girl in it. Upon the advice of a divine voice that the girl would be a harbinger of fortune, the king adopted the girl and named her Padmavati, since she was found in a lotus (padma). The princess grew up into a beautiful maiden and was attended by a host of maids. Listen this beautiful song of Lord Venkateswara this Saturday | PSLV TV share This video Hope you like this video And Please Subscribe my channel for more Updated videos like this ------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to My channel :https://goo.gl/KaT4cD Facebook Page : https://goo.gl/tAvBj2 Google+ : Twitter : https://goo.gl/GLLQfZ Youtube : https://goo.gl/zeUm1f WebSite : http://www.pslvtv.com/ Thumbnail Credits & Intro : ----------------------------------------------------------------- Note: Get latest updates in pslvtv.com
    

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Published Date : 2018-09-28T02:16:06.000Z

A popular place to visit in Srisailam is the Bhramaramba Devi Temple. Being one of the 18 shakthi peethas in India, this temple is a must visit for every devotee who come for Srisailam tour. Located on the Nallamala Hills, Bhramaramba Devi Temple is within the temple complex of Sri Mallikarjuna Swamy Temple Bhramaramba Devi Temple is dedicated to Goddess Bhramarambika, a form of Goddess Parvati. Goddess Bhramarambika is the consort of Lord Mallikarjuna Swamy, a manifestation of Lord Shiva. In this temple, goddess is worshiped in the form of Brahmani Shakti. The idol of the Goddess has eight arms and is wearing a silk sari. Inside the garbha griha of the temple, there is an idol of Lopamudra, wife of saint Agastya. There is a sri yantra in front of garbha griha.The word Bhramaramba means “Mother of Bees”. As per the legend, Goddess Bhramaramba has released thousands of bees with six legs to kill the demon Arunasura. There are many legends associated with the Bhramaramba Devi Temple. As per the most popular legend, Arunasura, a demon, was an ardent devotees of Lord Brahma. Pleased with his unwavering dedication, Lord Brahma blessed him with the powers that he can not be killed by any two or four legged living being. After receiving the boon, Arunasura started causing problems to devas and saints. Because of his immense powers, devas couldn't defeat him. Owing this, they went to Goddess Durga and pleased her to protect them. As an answer to their request, Goddess Durga took the form of Bhramari or Bhramarambika and created thousands of six legged bees that killed the demon. Later Goddess stayed back in the form Bramarambika in Srisailam. There is one more legend associated with Bhramaramba devi temple as it is one of the shakti peethas. According to the story of Shakti peeth, King Daksha, father of Goddess Sati, organized a yagna but did not invite Lord Shiva and Goddess Sati. In spite of this, Goddess Sati decided to attend her father’s yagna. However, grieved by the insults she and her husband Lord shiva had to face at the yagna, she jumped in the holy pyre. Angered by this, Lord Shiva killed King Daksha and destroyed the entire yagna. Later he carried the corpse of the devi and started his dance of destruction- Tandava. In order to stop tandava, Lord Vishnu intervened. He cut the corpse of devi through his divine Sudarshana Chakra; because of this different parts of the body fell on various locations. Each of the place where a part of the devi fell is considered as Shakti peetha. It is said that neck of devi fell here in Srisailam. Bhramaramba Devi Temple Timings for darshan are from 4.30 AM to 10 PM. It is open on all days of the week. Although devotees visit this temple throughout the year, the best time to visit is during the festivals when it is filled with increased liveliness and enthusiasm of the devotees. Visit especially during the Navaratri and the Kumbham festival to experience the unmatched spiritual aura of the temple.Bhramaramba Devi Temple is located behind the Sri Mallikarjuna Swami temple, which is a prominent landmark of Srisailam town. It can be reached easily by auto rickshaws or hired taxi. Listen this beautiful Bhramarambika ashtakam this Friday | PSLV TV share This video Hope you like this video & Please Subscribe my channel for more Updated videos like this ------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to My channel :https://goo.gl/KaT4cD Facebook Page : https://goo.gl/tAvBj2 Google+ : Twitter : https://goo.gl/GLLQfZ Youtube : https://goo.gl/zeUm1f WebSite : http://www.pslvtv.com/ Thumbnail Credits & Intro : ----------------------------------------------------------------- Note: Get latest updates in pslvtv.com
    

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Published Date : 2018-10-05T00:35:40.000Z

Durga is Adi-Parashakti herself. The Devi Gita, declares her to be the greatest Goddess. Thus, she is considered the supreme goddess and primary deity in Shaktism, occupying a place similar to Lord Krishna in Vaishnavism. According to Skanda Purana, the goddess Parvati accounted the name "Durga" after she killed the demon Mahishasura.Durga has 8 to 10 arms. These represent the 8 quadrants or directions in Hinduism. This suggests she protects her devotees from all directions.She’s presented as “shakti”, or the female principle of divine energy, but she assumes the power of male gods to save the universe. She’s depicted as riding a lion, which symbolizes unlimited power. Durga riding a lion indicates that she possesses unlimited power and uses it to protect virtue and destroy evil.The trishul or trident she holds is symbolic of the three human qualities– Satwa (Inactivity or the ideal state of mind characterized by awareness and purity of thought), Rajas (activity or energy associated with desires, wishes and ambitions) and Tamas (lethargy and stress). In order to attain peace and happiness, there needs to be the balance between these three qualities.Durga is the other half of Shiva; he is the form, she is the expression. Shakti (Durga) is considered to be the mother of the universe, while Purusha (Shiva) is the father.She also possesses three eyes giving her the name triyambake. Which represent Agni, surya and Chandra. Durga Puja commemorates Prince Rama’s offering to Maa Durga before going to fight with the demon king Ravana. Lord Rama first worshipped the ‘Mahishasura Mardini’ (the other name for the Goddess) or the assassin of the buffalo-demon, by offering 108 blue lotuses and lighting 108 lamps.Originally, Durga Puja was celebrated during Spring as Basanti Puja. The ritual during autumn (September-October) is different from the conventional one. So, this Puja is also known as ‘Akal-Bodhan’ or out-of-season (‘Akal’) worship (‘Bodhan’).The period of Durga Puja is celebrated as Garbha-Dandiya in the western part of India, as Ramlila in the north and as Golu or Bonalu down South. Only in eastern India it is celebrated as Durga Puja.Devi Paksha’ (Fortnight of the Goddess) exists during this phase. It marks the end of ‘Pitri Paksha’ which is dedicated to deceased forefathers. It is said that Maa Durga alongwith her children starts her journey towards the earth on the first day of the Devi Paksha period. The soil in front of a brothel is considered to be highly pure. It is believed that while entering a brothel, a man leaves behind all his purity at the threshold of the brothel thereby making it highly virtuous. To make Goddess Durga’s idol this pure soil is begged from a brothel and is used in carving the idol.Various forms of pratima or idol are available in the market during Durga Puja. The oldest and most conservative form is known as ‘Daaker Saaj’. Imported beaten silver or rangta’ from Germany was used for decorating the idol. Since it was delivered by the postal service or ‘Daak so it uses the name Daaker Saaj.Other weapons in the hands of Durga such as a mace, sword, disc, and arrow, convey the idea that one weapon cannot destroy all different kinds of enemies. Different weapons must be used to fight enemies depending upon the circumstances. For example, selfishness must be destroyed by detachment, jealousy by desirelessness, prejudice by self-knowledge, and ego by discrimination.‘Kola Bou’ or the tree bride, more popularly known as Lord Ganesha’s wife, is prepared by adorning a banana plant. On Saptami, the seventh day of Durga puja, Kola Bou is bathed in the morning as a part of rituals and placed on the right side of Maa Durga’s son, Ganesha.‘Kumari Puja’ (worshipping young and ‘eligible’ girls), is a tradition started by Swami Vivekananda in 1901 in Belur Math. Kumari Puja is an inherent part during Durga Puja and signifies the divine feminine power. Food and gifts are offered to young girls by those who observe fast........... Must listen this stuti every Friday Goddess Durga protect your family | PSLV TV share This video Hope you like this video & Please Subscribe my channel for more Updated videos like this ------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to My channel :https://goo.gl/KaT4cD Facebook Page : https://goo.gl/tAvBj2 Google+ : Twitter : https://goo.gl/GLLQfZ Youtube : https://goo.gl/zeUm1f WebSite : http://www.pslvtv.com/ Thumbnail Credits & Intro : ----------------------------------------------------------------- Note: Get latest updates in pslvtv.com
    

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Published Date : 2018-09-26T00:36:41.000Z

Ganesha, the elephant-headed Hindu god who rides a mouse, is one of the faith's most important deities. One of the five primary Hindu deities, Ganesha is worshiped by all sects and his image is pervasive in Indian art.The son of Shiva and Parvati, Ganesha has an elephantine countenance with a curved trunk and big ears atop the pot-bellied body of a four-armed man. He is the lord of success and the destroyer of evils and obstacles, worshiped as the god of education, wisdom, and wealth. Ganesha is also known as Ganapati, Vinayaka, and Binayak. Worshippers also regard him as the destroyer of vanity, selfishness, and pride, the personification of the material universe in all its manifestations.Ganesha's head symbolizes the Atman or the soul, which is the supreme reality of human existence, while his body signifies Maya or mankind's earthly existence. The elephantine head denotes wisdom and its trunk represents Om, the sound symbol of cosmic reality. In his upper right hand, Ganesha holds a goad, which helps him propel mankind forward on the eternal path and remove obstacles from the way. The noose in Ganesha's upper left hand is a gentle implement to capture all difficulties. The broken tusk that Ganesha holds like a pen in his lower right hand is a symbol of sacrifice, which he broke for writing the Mahabharata, one of Sanskrit's two major texts. The rosary in his other hand suggests that the pursuit of knowledge should be continuous. The laddoo or sweet he holds in his trunk represents the sweetness of the Atman. His fan-like ears convey that he will always hear the prayers of the faithful. The snake that runs round his waist represents energy in all forms. And he is humble enough to ride the lowest of creatures, a mouse.The most common story of Ganesha's birth is depicted in the Hindu scripture Shiva Purana. In this epic, the goddess Parvati creates a boy from the dirt she has washed off her body. She assigns him the task of guarding the entrance to her bathroom. When her husband Shiva returns, he is surprised to find the strange boy denying him access. In a rage, Shiva decapitates him. Parvati breaks down in grief. To soothe her, Shiva sends out his warriors to fetch the head of any sleeping being who is found facing the north. They return with the severed head of an elephant, which is attached to the boy's body. Shiva revives the boy, making him the leader of his troops. Shiva also ordains that people will worship Ganesha and invoke his name before undertaking any venture. There's a less popular story of Ganesha's origin, found in the Brahma Vaivarta Purana, another significant Hindu text. In this version, Shiva asks Parvati to observe for one year the teachings of the Punyaka Vrata, a holy text. If she does, it will appease Vishnu and he will grant her a son (which he does). When gods and goddesses assemble to rejoice in Ganesha's birth, the deity Shanti refuses to look at the infant. Perturbed at this behavior, Parvati asks him the reason. Shanti replies that his looking at the baby would be fatal. But Parvati insists, and when Shanti looks at the baby, the child's head is severed. Distressed, Vishnu hurries to find a new head, returning with that of a young elephant. The head is attached to Ganesha's body and he is revived. Unlike some other Hindu gods and goddesses, Ganesha is nonsectarian. Worshippers, called Ganapatyas, can be found in all sects of the faith. As the god of beginnings, Ganesha is celebrated at events big and small. The biggest of them is the 10-day festival called Ganesh Chaturthi, which typically takes place each August or September. Listen this powerful Bhujanga stotra of Lord Ganesha | PSLV TV share This video Hope you like this video & Please Subscribe my channel for more Updated videos like this ------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to My channel :https://goo.gl/KaT4cD Facebook Page : https://goo.gl/tAvBj2 Google+ : Twitter : https://goo.gl/GLLQfZ Youtube : https://goo.gl/zeUm1f WebSite : http://www.pslvtv.com/ Thumbnail Credits & Intro : ----------------------------------------------------------------- Note: Get latest updates in pslvtv.com
    

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Published Date : 2018-05-19T01:46:58.000Z

Venkateswara Temple is a landmark Vaishnavite temple situated in the hill town of Tirumala at Tirupati in Chittoor district of Andhra Pradesh, India. The Temple is dedicated to Lord Sri Venkateswara, an incarnation of Vishnu, who is believed to have appeared here to save mankind from trials and troubles of Kali Yuga. Hence the place has also got the name Kaliyuga Vaikuntham and Lord here is referred to as Kaliyuga Prathyaksha Daivam. The temple is also known by other names like Tirumala Temple, Tirupati Temple, Tirupati Balaji Temple. Lord Venkateswara is known by many other names: Balaji, Govinda, and Srinivasa. Tirumala Hills are part of Seshachalam Hills range. The hills are 853 metres above sea level. The Hills comprises seven peaks, representing the seven heads of Adisesha. The temple lies on the seventh peak -Venkatadri, on the southern banks of Sri Swami Pushkarini, a holy water tank. Hence the temple is also referred to as "Temple of Seven Hills". Tirumala town covers about 10.33 sq mi in area. The Temple is constructed in Dravidian architecture and is believed to be constructed over a period of time starting from 300 AD. The Garbagriha is called AnandaNilayam. The presiding deity, Venkateswara, is in standing posture and faces east in Garbha griha. The temple follows Vaikhanasa Agama tradition of worship. The temple is one of the eight Vishnu Swayambhu Kshetras and is listed as 106th and the last earthly Divya Desam. The Temple premises had two modern Queue complex buildings to organize the pilgrim rush, Tarigonda Vengamamba Annaprasadam complex for free meals to Pilgrims, hair tonsure buildings and a number of pilgrim lodging sites. It is the richest temple in the world in terms of donations received and wealth.The temple is visited by about 50,000 to 100,000 pilgrims daily , while on special occasions and festivals, like the annual Brahmotsavam, the number of pilgrims shoots up to 500,000, making it the most-visited holy place in the world. In 2016, it was reported that 27.3 million pilgrims visited the temple. It is around 435 km from Vijayawada, 571.9 km from Hyderabad, 138 km from Chennai, 291 km from Bangalore, and 781.2 km from Visakhapatnam. If you listen this song every day you will get blessings of Lord Venkateswara | PSLV TV share This video Hope you like this video And Please Subscribe my channel for more Updated videos like this ------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to My channel :https://goo.gl/KaT4cD Facebook Page : https://goo.gl/tAvBj2 Google+ : Twitter : https://goo.gl/GLLQfZ Youtube : https://goo.gl/zeUm1f WebSite : http://www.pslvtv.com/ Thumbnail Credits & Intro : ----------------------------------------------------------------- Note: Get latest updates in pslvtv.com -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nC5Qw_7hne0 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
    

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Saraswati is the Hindu goddess of knowledge, music, art, wisdom and learning worshipped throughout Nepal and India. She is a part of the trinity (Tridevi) of Saraswati, Lakshmi and Parvati. All the three forms help the trinity of Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva to create, maintain and regenerate-recycle the Universe respectively. The earliest known mention of Saraswati as a goddess is in the Rigveda. She has remained significant as a goddess from the Vedic period through modern times of Hindu traditions.Some Hindus celebrate the festival of Vasant Panchami (the fifth day of spring, and also known as Saraswati Puja and Saraswati Jayanti in so many parts of India) in her honour,and mark the day by helping young children learn how to write alphabets on that day.The Goddess is also revered by believers of the Jain religion of west and central India,as well as some Buddhist sects.Saraswati is also worshipped outside the Indian subcontinent, in nations such as Japan, Vietnam, Indonesia and Myanmar. Sarasvati, is a Sanskrit fusion word of saras (सरस्) meaning "pooling water", but also sometimes translated as "speech"; and vati (वती) meaning "she who possesses" (also found in the name of Parvati, "She who has wings"). Originally associated with the river or rivers known as Saraswati, this combination therefore means "she who has ponds, lakes, and pooling water" or occasionally "she who possesses speech". It is also a Sanskrit composite word of surasa-vati (सुरस-वति) which means "one with plenty of water". The word Saraswati appears both as a reference to a river and as a significant deity in the Rigveda. In initial passages, the word refers to the Sarasvati River and is mentioned as one among several northwestern Indian rivers such as the Drishadvati. Saraswati, then, connotes a river deity. In Book 2, the Rigveda describes Saraswati as the best of mothers, of rivers, of goddesses. अम्बितमे नदीतमे देवितमे सरस्वति | – Rigveda 2.41.16 Best of mothers, best of rivers, best of goddesses, Sarasvatī. Saraswati is celebrated as a feminine deity with healing and purifying powers of abundant, flowing waters in Book 10 of the Rigveda, as follows: अपो अस्मान मातरः शुन्धयन्तु घर्तेन नो घर्तप्वः पुनन्तु | विश्वं हि रिप्रं परवहन्ति देविरुदिदाभ्यः शुचिरापूत एमि || – Rigveda 10.17 May the waters, the mothers, cleanse us, may they who purify with butter, purify us with butter, for these goddesses bear away defilement, I come up out of them pure and cleansed. –Translated by John Muir In Vedic literature, Saraswati acquires the same significance for early Indians (states John Muir) as that accredited to the river Ganges by their modern descendants. In hymns of Book 10 of Rigveda, she is already declared to be the "possessor of knowledge".Her importance grows in Vedas composed after Rigveda and in Brahmanas, and the word evolves in its meaning from "waters that purify", to "that which purifies", to "vach (speech) that purifies", to "knowledge that purifies", and ultimately into a spiritual concept of a goddess that embodies knowledge, arts, music, melody, muse, language, rhetoric, eloquence, creative work and anything whose flow purifies the essence and self of a person.In Upanishads and Dharma Sastras, Saraswati is invoked to remind the reader to meditate on virtue, virtuous emoluments, the meaning and the very essence of one's activity, one's action. Saraswati is known by many names in ancient Hindu literature. Some examples of synonyms for Saraswati include Brahmani (power of Brahma), Brahmi (goddess of sciences),Bharadi (goddess of history), Vani and Vachi (both referring to the flow of music/song, melodious speech, eloquent speaking respectively), Varnesvari (goddess of letters), Kavijihvagravasini (one who dwells on the tongue of poets). Goddess Saraswati is also known as Vidyadatri (Goddess who provides knowledge), Veenavadini (Goddess who plays veena, the musical instrument held by Goddess Saraswati), Pustakdharini (Goddess carrying book with herself), Veenapani (Goddess carrying veena in her hands), Hansavahini (Goddess who sits on swan) and Vagdevi (Goddess of speech). Chant this Saraswathi Ashtakam she will give knowledge to your children | PSLV TV share This video Hope you like this video & Please Subscribe my channel for more Updated videos like this ------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to My channel :https://goo.gl/KaT4cD Facebook Page : https://goo.gl/tAvBj2 Google+ : Twitter : https://goo.gl/GLLQfZ Youtube : https://goo.gl/zeUm1f WebSite : http://www.pslvtv.com/ Thumbnail Credits & Intro : ----------------------------------------------------------------- Note: Get latest updates in pslvtv.com
    

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Lord Venkateswara, the most famed god of our times installed on the hills of Tirumala – Tirupati in Andhra Pradesh attracts the largest number of devotees on the making this the wealthiest temple on the earth. The several mysteries associated with Lord Venkateswara, the idol in the sanctum sanctorum and this temple have evoked the curiosity of millions on the earth. One such mystery is the question, “Why Lord Venkateshwara’s eyes are closed?” Here we explore the origin of this question, and learn some interesting answers from different sources. This popular question is due to the fact that the Idol is decorated with a huge size Namam that nearly covers more than half of the idol’s eyes. While a sizeable segment of the Lord’s devotees across the world accept this fact as it is, there are several others who shoot out this question as to why the size of the Namam should not be reduced in a way letting the devotees have a fulfilling devotees of the Lord’s enchanting eyes.In fact, this is one of the popular queries shot by the devotees in their letters to the TTD temple administration. Here are some interesting facts about Lord venkateswara’s Namam. The white coloured Namam on the forehead of Lord Venkateswara is a very broad application prepared with powdered camphor. This application is done by the priests on the idol once a week on Fridays following the Abhishekam or sacred bath to the idol.Thursdays are special days when the size of the Namam is reduced significantly letting the eyes of the Lord exposed more than usual. This is called Netra darshan , enjoyed the most by the devotees visiting the temple.The idol of Lord Venkateswara is given a sacred bath only once a week on Friday mornings when the Namam is removed before bath. It is said that the first glance of the Lord when the Namam is removed is so powerful and blazing. Therefore in order to quell the powerful rays of his eyes, a heap of tamarind rice is kept in front of the Lord letting Lord’s sight fall on it rather than on the devotees. After the Abhishekam, a new Namam is applied once again immediately. The Namam worn by Lord Venkateswara is the symbolic representation of Vaishnavism. There are two Vaishnavite sects namely Vadagalai and Tengalai in Vaishnavism which adopt the symbol of ‘U’ shaped and ‘Y’ shaped Namams respectively. In order to represent these two sects together and project the deity as the common one for both these sects, the shape of the Nama applied on Lord Venkateswara in this temple is shaped uniquely as the combination of the English letters U and Y.A popular interpretation of the Namam closing the eyes of Lord Venkateswara observes thus. Lord Venkateswara is the self-manifested deity who has descended on the earth during the age of Kali to rule the earth. He is very just, impartial and strict with everyone. He cannot put up with the wrong doings of the people during this age of Kali when the morality of the people is in its lowest watermark. Since the angry looks of the Lord will scorch the earth to flames, the Namam is applied in this wide fashion using fresh camphor that is cooling in nature and also partially covers the eyes of the Lord. The idol of Lord Venkateswara has a very old history behind it. The idol has only two hands unlike any other typical idol of Lord Vishnu and also has a third eye in the forehead which is the typical attribute of Lord Shiva. For so long, the idol was worshipped as Lord Shiva. In the tenth century, Ramanujacharya, one of the most famous saints of Vaishnavism visited Tirumala and argued with the priests there that this form is that of Vishnu and therefore steps must be taken to covert this into a Vishnu temple.To solve the dispute, the two groups representing Saivism and Vaishnavism decided to leave the matter to the Lord himself. One night before closing the temple for the day, they kept on one side Shankha and Chakra and on the other side Trishul and Damaru that will represent Vishnu and Shiva respectively. In the morning, they saw that the Lord was wearing Shankha and Chakra. Therefore it was decided they would henceforth worship the Lord as Vishnu. In order to cover the third eye on the forehead that would signify Shiva, Ramanujacharya arranged to apply this wide Namam and the fashion continues to this day..... This beautiful song discribes defferance between Lord Rama and Venkateswara | PSLV TV share This video Hope you like this video & Please Subscribe my channel for more Updated videos like this ------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to My channel :https://goo.gl/KaT4cD Facebook Page : https://goo.gl/tAvBj2 Google+ : Twitter : https://goo.gl/GLLQfZ Youtube : https://goo.gl/zeUm1f WebSite : http://www.pslvtv.com/ Thumbnail Credits & Intro : ----------------------------------------------------------------- Note: Get latest updates in pslvtv.com
    

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Published Date : 2018-10-13T23:07:16.000Z

Devi, also known as Mahadevi or 'Great Goddess', is an all-embracing Mother Goddess first worshipped in India in Prehistoric times. In the Vedic period, she was assimilated into the Hindu pantheon and so came to represent the female energy or Sakti (Power) of her husband Shiva. Both Devi (meaning goddess in Sanskrit) and Sakti may also be used more generically to reference any female Hindu goddess, especially Parvati, Lakshmi, and Sarasvati. Devi is most often manifested as the fearsome female warriors Durga and Kali, both of whom famously killed a number of terrible demons in Hindu mythology. Devi is also the mother of Nandi, Shiva's doorkeeper and bull; Skanda, the six-headed god; and Ganesha, the elephant-headed god. Devi's character has two opposing sides represented by various separate female deities: as Uma, the benevolent, and as Durga, the terrible. It is as the latter, more fierce personification that she is most frequently worshipped. Her dark side can also take the form of the fearsome black goddess Kali. The deity has a myriad of many other names and may, for example, also be referred to as Vindhyavasini, Kanya (the Virgin), Mahamaya (the Illusion), and Bhutanayaki, the queen of the Bhuta, those ghosts and goblins who haunt graveyards, make the dead live again, and trick the living so that they might feast on their flesh. Devi's more benevolent side is worshipped as Uma, and this facet of her character is represented as both beauty and light. This softer side is also referred to as Jaganmata (Mother of the World), Gauri (Yellow and Brilliant or Golden), Bhavani, Haimvati, and Parvati (the Mountaineer). DEVI'S DARK SIDE IS THE TERRIBLE DURGA WHO HAS TEN ARMS, AN IMPRESSIVE ARMOURY OF WEAPONS, AND WHO RIDES A MAGNIFICENT LION. Devi's dark side is represented as the terrible Durga (the Inaccessible) who has ten arms, an impressive armoury of weapons, and who rides a magnificent lion or tiger. This side is further manifested in the forms of Kali, Kalika or Syama (the Black Goddess); Candi or Candika (the Fierce), in which guise she killed many a demon or asura; and Bhairavi (the Terrible). Worshippers of this face of Devi seek her favours and dark powers and so make blood sacrifices and perform wild rituals in the ceremonies of Durga-puja, Carak-puja, and the Tantrikas which call on Durga's magical powers. Devi appears in various episodes of the Mahabharata, the Puranas, and other, later, Hindu religious texts. One of Devi's most famous mythological escapades is her slaying of Mahisa, the demon who had the body of a man and the head of a buffalo, as told in the epic poem the Candipat (or Candi-mahatmya), which is part of the Skanda Purana. Ambitious Mahisa wanted to take over the world, no less, and so led an army of demons to wage a 100-year battle with the gods. Doing rather well, Mahisa managed to kick most of the gods out of heaven, forcing them to wander the earth as mere men. Eventually, the situation got so bad that Brahma gave a rousing speech to his fellow gods Vishnu and Shiva during which he told of Mahisa's great mischief. Outraged, the two great gods became so furious that divine fire blazed from their mouths. At the same time, fantastic energies came forth from the similarly indignant bodies of Indra, Yama, and all the other gods. Swirling around heaven, this tremendous energy condensed into a single mass and formed the terrible goddess Durga. As with many Hindu tales, this is but one version of Durga's birth. In other versions, Devi has already long existed as the daughter of Himavat, the personified deity of the Himalaya Mountains, and in this episode she is only given weapons by the angered gods. These arms include a discus, trident, bow, sword, dagger, harpoon, and a noose This powerful stotra will solve all your problems if you listen every day | PSLV TV share This video Hope you like this video & Please Subscribe my channel for more Updated videos like this ------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to My channel :https://goo.gl/KaT4cD Facebook Page : https://goo.gl/tAvBj2 Google+ : Twitter : https://goo.gl/GLLQfZ Youtube : https://goo.gl/zeUm1f WebSite : http://www.pslvtv.com/ Thumbnail Credits & Intro : ----------------------------------------------------------------- Note: Get latest updates in pslvtv.com
    

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Manidweepam is the island where Sri Chakra Bindu Rupini Sri Rajarajeswari Sridevi Sri Maha Vidya Sri Maha Tripura Sundari Sri Lalita Parabhattaria (Sri Lalita Devi Full Name) resides. This island was created just by Her thought. Being more splendid than kailasam, more glorious than vaikuntam and most amazing of all the worlds, manidweepam is called ‘sarva lokam’. This dweepam is surrounded on the four sides by amrutam which creates a gentle cool breeze with its waves. Inside this dweepam are many forts, each made up of a unique common material. The first fort is made up of iron. Each entrance of this fort is guarded by sentinels wearing weapons. Devi devotees reside in this place. Proceeding away from this fort, to the inside of the island is another fort made of brass, this fort has unique gopuram. This fort is surrounded by a variety of fruit bearing trees. It also lodges a number of birds, butterfiles, bees etc. On surpassing this fort, is a kalpavanam. vasantam is incharge of this vanam. In this vanam gandharvas reside and sing praises in the glory of Sridevi. On proceeding inside is a fort made up of glass. In between these two forts is santana vatika having grishma rithuvu as incharge. In this forest siddha ganas reside. On proceeding inside is a fort made of copper. In between the glass and copper forts is another forest to which varsha rithuvu is incharge.Sridevi resides in Chintamani gruham. The air is filled with fragrances from flowers and dhoopam. There are four mantapams- shringara mantapam, jnana mantapam, mukthi and ekanta mantapam.In the shringara mantapam, Gods sing praises of Triupura Sundari. In this court, between the Gods, The Goddess of the world sits on her simhasanam.From the jnana mantapam, Sridevi imparts jnanam to her devotees. From the mukthi mantapa, sridevi discusses issues with her ministers.It is said that at the time of death if we think of manidweepam, we are granted a place in the house of the lotus feet of the mother. Great stuti of Manidweepa varnana which gives us wealth and health | PSLV TV share This video Hope you like this video And Please Subscribe my channel for more Updated videos like this ------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to My channel :https://goo.gl/KaT4cD Facebook Page : https://goo.gl/tAvBj2 Google+ : Twitter : https://goo.gl/GLLQfZ Youtube : https://goo.gl/zeUm1f WebSite : http://www.pslvtv.com/ Thumbnail Credits & Intro : ----------------------------------------------------------------- Note: Get latest updates in pslvtv.com -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nC5Qw_7hne0 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
    

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Vijayadashami (Devanagari: विजयदशमि ); (Kannada: ವಿಜಯದಶಮಿ); (Telugu: విజయదశమి); (Malayalam : വിജയദശമി) & (Tamil : விஜயதசமி) is a composite of two words "Vijaya" (विजय) and "Dashami" (दशमी), which respectively mean "victory"and "tenth," connoting the festival on the tenth day celebrating the victory of good over evil.The same Hindu festival-related term, however, takes different forms in different regions of India and Nepal, as well as among Hindu minorities found elsewhere. Ravana kept Sita. To free her; Rama requested Ravana to release her but situation became worse & lead to the battle. After performing severe penance for ten thousand years he received a boon from the creator-god Brahma: he could henceforth not be killed by gods, demons, or spirits. He is portrayed as a powerful demon king who disturbs the penances of rishis. Lord Vishnu incarnates as the human Rama to defeat and kill him, thus circumventing the boon given by Lord Brahma. A deadly and fierceful battle takes place between Rama & Ravana in which finally Rama kills Ravana and ends the evil rule. Ravana has 10 heads. Killing of the one who has 10 heads is called Dusshera. Finally Dharma was established on the Earth because of Rama's victory over Ravana. Thus this festival is celebrated reminding the victories of Good over Evil. In the Mahabharata, the Pandavas are known to have spent their thirteenth year of exile in disguise in the kingdom of Virata. Before going to Virata, they are known to have hung their celestial weapons in Shami tree for safe keeping for a year. Bhima kills Kichaka. Hearing about the death of Kichaka, Duryodhana surmises that the Pandavas were hiding in Matsya. A host of Kaurava warriors attacks Virata, presumably to steal their cattle, but in reality, desiring to pierce the Pandavas' veil of anonymity. Full of bravado, Virata's son Uttar attempts to take on the army by himself while the rest of the Matsya army has been lured away to fight Susharma and the Trigartas. As suggested by Draupadi, Uttar takes Brihannala with him, as his charioteer. When he sees the Kaurava army, Uttar loses his nerve and attempts to flee. Then Arjuna reveals his identity and those of his brothers'. Arjuna takes Uttar to the tree where the Pandavas hid their weapons. Arjuna picks up his Gandiva after worshipping the tree as Shami tree safeguarded the Pandavas’ weapons for that complete year. Arjuna reties thread to Gandiva, simply drags& releases it- which produces terrible twang. At the same point of time, Kaurava warriors were eagerly waiting to spot Pandavas. Dispute chats takes place between Karna & Drona. Karna told Duryodhana that he would easily defeat Arjuna & don’t get threatened with Drona’s words since Drona was intentionally praising Arjuna as Arjuna was favorite student of Drona. Ashwatthama supports his father by praising Arjuna. Then Arjuna arrives the battle field. Eager to defend the land that had given him refuge, Arjuna engaged the legion of Kaurava warriors. The battle starts between Arjuna & entire Kuru Army. All the warriors including Bhishma, Drona, Karna, Kripa and Ashwathama together attacked Arjuna to kill him but Arjuna defeated all of them multiple times. During the battle Arjuna also killed Sangramjit the foster brother of Karna and instead of taking the revenge of his brother, Karna took heroice flight in order to save his life from Arjuna. Karna tried to fly away from Arjuna but he could not since Arjuna invoked Sammohanaastra which made entire army fell asleep.This is the battle in which Arjuna proved that he was the best archer in the world at his time. In this way Arjuna alone defeated entire Kuru army consisting of 10,000s of soldiers, Maharathis : Bhishma, Drona, Karna ; Atirathis : Kripa, Ashwatthama. One of the names of Arjuna is Vijaya- ever victorious. This incident took place on the same day on which Lord Rama killed Ravana. As it was Arjuna’s day; the day also became popular as “VIJAYA" DASHAMI... Listen this powerful stotra on Dasara first day you must get blessings of Durga | PSLV TV share This video Hope you like this video & Please Subscribe my channel for more Updated videos like this ------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to My channel :https://goo.gl/KaT4cD Facebook Page : https://goo.gl/tAvBj2 Google+ : Twitter : https://goo.gl/GLLQfZ Youtube : https://goo.gl/zeUm1f WebSite : http://www.pslvtv.com/ Thumbnail Credits & Intro : ----------------------------------------------------------------- Note: Get latest updates in pslvtv.com
    

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A great remedy is to listen or meditate on the Chandrasekhara Ashtakam. Lord Shiva is hailed as Chandrasekhar (Chandra – moon, Sekhar – crown) – The one who adorns his crown with the moon. Chandrasekhar Ashtakam was written by Rishi Markandeya. One legend relates the story of how Lord Shiva protected Markandeya from the clutches of death, personified as Lord Yama.Mrikandu rishi and his wife Marudmati worshipped Shiva and sought from him the boon of begetting a son. As a result, he was given the choice of either a righteous son, but with a short life on earth or 100 long-lived, foolish sons. Mrikandu rishi chose the former and was blessed with Markandeya, an exemplary son, destined to die at the age of 16. Markandeya grew up to be a great devotee of Shiva and on the day of his destined death, he continued his worship of Shiva in his aniconic form of Shivalingam. The messengers of Yama, the god of death were unable to take away his life because of his great devotion and continual worship of Shiva. Yama then came in person to take away Markandeya’s life and sprung his noose around the young sage’s neck. By accident or fate the noose mistakenly landed around the Shivalingam, and out of it, Shiva emerged in all his fury attacking Yama for his act of aggression. After defeating Yama in a battle to the point of death, Shiva then revived him, under the condition that the devout youth would live forever. For this act, Shiva was thereafter also known as Kalantaka (“Ender of Death”). The word Kalantaka means “He who ends Death”. The name is derived from two Sanskrit words- kala (काल) which means “Death or Time” and antaka (अन्तक) which means “He who ends”. ..... If you listen this Ashtakam Lord Yam Never touches you | PSLV TV share This video Hope you like this video And Please Subscribe my channel for more Updated videos like this ------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to My channel :https://goo.gl/KaT4cD Facebook Page : https://goo.gl/tAvBj2 Google+ : Twitter : https://goo.gl/GLLQfZ Youtube : https://goo.gl/zeUm1f WebSite : http://www.pslvtv.com/ Thumbnail Credits & Intro : ----------------------------------------------------------------- Note: Get latest updates in pslvtv.com -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nC5Qw_7hne0 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
    

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The son of Shiva and Parvati, Ganesha has an elephantine countenance with a curved trunk and big ears, and a huge pot-bellied body of a human being. He is the Lord of success and destroyer of evils and obstacles. He is also worshipped as the god of education, knowledge, wisdom and wealth. In fact, Ganesha is one of the five prime Hindu deities (Brahma, Vishnu, Shiva and Durga being the other four) whose idolatry is glorified as the panchayatana puja.According to Shivpuran, it was Parvati’s friends Jaya and Vijaya’s decision to make Lord Ganesha. They had suggested Parvati that Nandi and other follow the instructions of Lord Shiva only. Therefore, there should be someone who follows Parvati’s orders too. Hence, Parvati made Ganesha from the dirt of her body. According to Shiva Maha Puran, the body colour of Lord Ganesha is green and red.According to Brahmavavart Puran, Goddess Parvati had kept Punyak fast for a baby boy. As a result of this fast only, Lord Krishna in disguise of a baby boy came to Parvati.According to Brahmavavart Puran, when all the Gods were blessing Lord Ganesha, Shani Dev was standing with his head facing downwards. When Parvati asked the reason for this act, he replied that if he looks directly at Ganesha, he will lose his head. Bur Parvati insisted and Shani Dev looked at Ganesha. This resulted in Ganesha losing his head from his body. According to Brahmavavart Puran, when Ganesha’s head got separated from his body when Shani Dev looked at him directly, that time lord Shrihari flew on his Garud towards north direction and reached River side of Pushpbhadra. There a female elephant was sleeping with her newly born baby elephant. He cut the baby elephant’s head and put it on Ganesha’s body and brought him back to life.According to Brahmavavart Puran, Lord Shiva in anger had once attacked Surya Dev with his Trishul. Surya Dev’s father got annoyed with Shiva and cursed him that thw way he has harmed his son’s body, one day his son’s will be cut from his body.According to Brahmavavart Puran, one day Tulsidevi was crossing through the banks of Ganges. That time Ganesha was meditating there. Seeing Ganesha, Tulsidevi got attracted towards him. She asked him to marry her, but Ganesha refused to do so. In anger, Tulsi cursed Ganesha that he will marry soon and Ganesha in return cursed her to be a plant. According to Shiva Maha Puran, Ganesha’s marriage was fixed with Riddhi and Siddhi. He had two sons – Shetra and Laabh.According to Shiva Maha Puran, when Lord Shiva was going to destroy Tripur, an akashvani happened that till the time he worships Ganesha, he won’t be able to destroy Tripur. Then Shiva called Bhadrakali and did Gajanan Puja. He won the battle.According to Brahmavavart Puran, when Parshuram went to Kailash Mountain to meet Shiva, he was meditating. Lord Ganesha did not allow Parshuram to meet Shiva. Parshuram got angry and attacked Ganesha. The weapon he used to attack Ganesha was given to him by Lord Shiva only. Ganesha did not want the attack to go waste as it was his father’s weapon, so he took the attack in his teeth and thus lost one of his teeth. Since then he is known as Ekdant.Mahabharat epic has been written by Lord Ganesha.According to Ganesh Puran, there are 8 Gana in Chandpuran – Magan, Nagan, yagan, jagan, bhagan, ragan, sagan and tagan. Alphabets are also known as Gana.According to Ganesh Puran, the muladhar chakra of a human body is also known as Ganesha. Chant this stotra Every Day Lord Ganesha protect your family | PSLV TV share This video Hope you like this video & Please Subscribe my channel for more Updated videos like this ------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to My channel :https://goo.gl/KaT4cD Facebook Page : https://goo.gl/tAvBj2 Google+ : Twitter : https://goo.gl/GLLQfZ Youtube : https://goo.gl/zeUm1f WebSite : http://www.pslvtv.com/ Thumbnail Credits & Intro : ----------------------------------------------------------------- Note: Get latest updates in pslvtv.com
    

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Sai Baba of Shirdi, also known as Shirdi Sai Baba, was an Indian spiritual master who is regarded by his devotees as a saint, a fakir, a satguru and an incarnation (avatar) of Lord Shiva and Dattatreya. He is revered by both his Hindu and Muslim devotees during, as well as after his lifetime. Saibaba is now revered as incarnation of Sri Dattatreya, and considered as Saguna Brahma. He is attributed to be the creator, sustainer and destroyer of this universe by his devotees. He is decorated with jewels and all forms of Hindu vedic deities as he is supreme God. According to accounts from his life, he preached the importance of realization of the self, and criticized love towards perishable things. His teachings concentrate on a moral code of love, forgiveness, helping others, charity, contentment, inner peace, and devotion to the God and guru. He stressed the importance of surrender to the true Satguru, who, having trod the path to divine consciousness, will lead the disciple through the jungle of spiritual training. Sai Baba also condemned distinction based on religion or caste. It remains unclear if he was a Muslim or a Hindu. This, however, was of no consequence to Sai Baba. His teaching combined elements of Hinduism and Islam: he gave the Hindu name Dwarakamayi to the mosque in which he lived,practised both Hindu and Muslim rituals, taught using words and figures that drew from both traditions, and took samadhi in Shirdi. One of his well-known epigrams, Allah Malik (God is King) and Sabka Malik Ek (Everyone's Master is One), is associated with both Hinduism and Islam. He is also known to have said Look to me, and I shall look to you. Sai Baba's date of birth including his birthplace remains unknown and is debatable due to lack of evidence and no definitive information exists to prove it. Most definitive information about Shirdi Sai Baba tends to be derived from a book called Shri Sai Satcharitra written by a disciple called Hemadpant (also known as Annasaheb Dabholkar / Govind Raghunath) in 1922 in Marathi.The book itself is a compilation based on accounts by his various disciples and Hemadpant's personal observations observing Sai Baba from 1910 onwards. Sai Baba's real name remains unknown. The name 'Sai' was given to him by Mhalsapati when he arrived at Shirdi, a town now in the west Indian state of Maharashtra. The word 'Sai' refers to a religious mendicant but can also mean 'God'. In several Indian and Middle Eastern languages the term 'Baba' is an honorific signifying grandfather, father, old man or sir. Thus Sai Baba denotes holy father, saintly father or (venerable) poor old man. Some of Sai Baba's disciples became famous as spiritual figures and saints, such as Mhalsapati, a priest of the Khandoba temple in Shirdi, and Upasni Maharaj. He was revered by other saints as well, such as Saint Bidkar Maharaj, Saint Gangagir, Saint Janakidas Maharaj, and Sati Godavari Mataji.Sai Baba referred to several saints as 'my brothers', especially the disciples of Swami Samartha of Akkalkot. Listen this beautiful song which describes about Shiridi Saibaba | PSLV TV share This video Hope you like this video & Please Subscribe my channel for more Updated videos like this ------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to My channel :https://goo.gl/KaT4cD Facebook Page : https://goo.gl/tAvBj2 Google+ : Twitter : https://goo.gl/GLLQfZ Youtube : https://goo.gl/zeUm1f WebSite : http://www.pslvtv.com/ Thumbnail Credits & Intro : ----------------------------------------------------------------- Note: Get latest updates in pslvtv.com
    

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Published Date : 2018-10-12T14:36:22.000Z

The thyroid gland, or simply the thyroid, is an endocrine gland in the neck, consisting of two lobes connected by an isthmus. It is found at the front of the neck, below the Adam's apple. The thyroid gland secretes thyroid hormones, which primarily influence the metabolic rate and protein synthesis. The hormones also have many other effects including those on development. The thyroid hormones triiodothyronine (T3) and thyroxine (T4) are created from iodine and tyrosine. The thyroid also produces the hormone calcitonin, which plays a role in calcium homeostasis. Hormonal output from the thyroid is regulated by thyroid-stimulating hormone (TSH) secreted from the anterior pituitary gland, which itself is regulated by thyrotropin-releasing hormone (TRH) produced by the hypothalamus. The thyroid may be affected by several diseases. Hyperthyroidism occurs when the gland produces excessive amounts of thyroid hormones, the most common cause being Graves' disease, an autoimmune disorder. In contrast, hypothyroidism is a state of insufficient thyroid hormone production. Worldwide, the most common cause is iodine deficiency. Thyroid hormones are important for development, and hypothyroidism secondary to iodine deficiency remains the leading cause of preventable intellectual disability.In iodine-sufficient regions, the most common cause of hypothyroidism is Hashimoto's thyroiditis, also an autoimmune disorder. In addition, the thyroid gland may also develop several types of nodules and cancer. The thyroid hormones are created from thyroglobulin. This is a protein within the follicular space that is originally created within the rough endoplasmic reticulum of follicular cells and then transported into the follicular space. Thyroglobulin contains 123 units of tyrosine, which reacts with iodine within the follicular space. Iodine is essential for the production of the thyroid hormones. Iodine travels in the blood as iodide (I−), which is taken up into the follicular cells by a sodium-iodide symporter. This is an ion channel on the cell membrane which in the same action transports two sodium ions and an iodide ion into the cell.Iodide then travels from within the cell into the follicular space, through the action of pendrin, an iodide-chloride antiporter. In the follicular space, the iodide is then oxidized to iodine. This makes it more reactive,and the iodine is attached to the active tyrosine units in thyroglobulin by the enzyme thyroid peroxidase. This forms the precursors of thyroid hormones monoiodotyrosine (MIT), and diiodotyrosine (DIT). When the follicular cells are stimulated by thyroid-stimulating hormone, the follicular cells reabsorb thyroglobulin from the follicular space. The iodinated tyrosines are cleaved, forming the thyroid hormones T4, T3, DIT, MIT, and traces of reverse triiodothyronine. T3 and T4 are released into the blood. The hormones secreted from the gland are about 80–90% T4 and about 10–20% T3.Deiodinase enzymes in peripheral tissues remove the iodine from MIT and DIT and convert T4 to T3 and RT3.This is a major source of both RT3 (95%) and T3 (87%) in peripheral tissues. The thyroid gland also produces the hormone calcitonin, which helps regulate blood calcium levels. Parafollicular cells produce calcitonin in response to high blood calcium. Calcitonin decreases the release of calcium from bone, by decreasing the activity of osteoclasts, cells which break down bone. Bone is constantly reabsorbed by osteoclasts and created by osteoblasts, so calcitonin effectively stimulates movement of calcium into bone. The effects of calcitonin are opposite those of the parathyroid hormone (PTH) produced in the parathyroid glands. However, calcitonin seems far less essential than PTH, as calcium metabolism remains clinically normal after removal of the thyroid (thyroidectomy), but not the parathyroid glands..... Thyroid Disorders Symptoms Cure, Causes, Treatment by Dr Uma Venkatesh | PSLV TV share This video Hope you like this video & Please Subscribe my channel for more Updated videos like this ------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to My channel :https://goo.gl/KaT4cD Facebook Page : https://goo.gl/tAvBj2 Google+ : Twitter : https://goo.gl/GLLQfZ Youtube : https://goo.gl/zeUm1f WebSite : http://www.pslvtv.com/ Thumbnail Credits & Intro : ----------------------------------------------------------------- Note: Get latest updates in pslvtv.com
    

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Published Date : 2018-08-23T00:33:14.000Z

Sai Baba of Shirdi, also known as Shirdi Sai Baba, was an Indian spiritual master who is regarded by his devotees as a saint, a fakir, a satguru and an incarnation of Lord Shiva and Dattatreya. He is revered by both his Hindu and Muslim devotees during, as well as after his lifetime. Saibaba is now revered as incarnation of Sri Dattatreya, and considered as Saguna Brahma. He is attributed to be the creator, sustainer and destroyer of this universe by his devotees. He is decorated with jewels and all forms of Hindu vedic deities as he is supreme God. According to accounts from his life, he preached the importance of realization of the self, and criticized love towards perishable things. His teachings concentrate on a moral code of love, forgiveness, helping others, charity, contentment, inner peace, and devotion to the God and guru. He stressed the importance of surrender to the true Satguru, who, having trod the path to divine consciousness, will lead the disciple through the jungle of spiritual training. Sai Baba also condemned distinction based on religion or caste. It remains unclear if he was a Muslim or a Hindu. This, however, was of no consequence to Sai Baba.His teaching combined elements of Hinduism and Islam: he gave the Hindu name Dwarakamayi to the mosque in which he lived, practised both Hindu and Muslim rituals, taught using words and figures that drew from both traditions, and took samadhi in Shirdi. One of his well-known epigrams, Allah Malik God is King and Sabka Malik Ek Everyone's Master is One, is associated with both Hinduism and Islam. He is also known to have said Look to me, and I shall look to you.Sai Baba's date of birth including his birthplace remains unknown and is debatable due to lack of evidence and no definitive information exists to prove it. Most definitive information about Shirdi Sai Baba tends to be derived from a book called Shri Sai Satcharitra written by a disciple called Hemadpant in 1922 in Marathi.The book itself is a compilation based on accounts by his various disciples and Hemadpant's personal observations observing Sai Baba from 1910 onwards. Sai Baba's real name remains unknown. The name 'Sai' was given to him by Mhalsapati when he arrived at Shirdi, a town now in the west Indian state of Maharashtra. The word 'Sai' refers to a religious mendicant but can also mean 'God'. In several Indian and Middle Eastern languages the term 'Baba' is an honorific signifying grandfather, father, old man or sir. Thus Sai Baba denotes holy father, saintly father or venerable poor old man. Some of Sai Baba's disciples became famous as spiritual figures and saints, such as Mhalsapati, a priest of the Khandoba temple in Shirdi, and Upasni Maharaj. He was revered by other saints as well, such as Saint Bidkar Maharaj, Saint Gangagir, Saint Janakidas Maharaj, and Sati Godavari Mataji.Sai Baba referred to several saints as 'my brothers', especially the disciples of Swami Samartha of Akkalkot. Listen this beautiful Sai Baba song this Thursday you will get good result | PSLV TV share This video Hope you like this video And Please Subscribe my channel for more Updated videos like this ------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to My channel :https://goo.gl/KaT4cD Facebook Page : https://goo.gl/tAvBj2 Google+ : Twitter : https://goo.gl/GLLQfZ Youtube : https://goo.gl/zeUm1f WebSite : http://www.pslvtv.com/ Thumbnail Credits & Intro : ----------------------------------------------------------------- Note: Get latest updates in pslvtv.com -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nC5Qw_7hne0 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
    

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Published Date : 2017-12-15T02:25:55.000Z

Lord Vishnu has four arms and is male: The four arms indicate his all-powerful and all-pervasive nature. His physical existence is represented by the two arms in the front, while the two arms at the back represent his presence in the spiritual world. The Upanishad Gopal Uttartapani describes the four arms. Title has been given since some of these facts may be shocking for someone, soothing for devotees and interesting for others. Some of these facts may be known to someone but unknown to other.The Shreevatsa mark is on his chest, symbolizing his consort Lakshmi.He wears the auspicious "Kaustubha" jewel around his neck and a garland of flowers (Vanamala). Lakshmi dwells in this jewel, on Vishnu's chest.A crown adorns his head: The crown symbolizes his supreme authority. This crown sometimes includes a peacock feather, borrowing from his Krishna-avatar.He wears two earrings: The earrings represent inherent opposites in creation — knowledge and ignorance; happiness and unhappiness; pleasure and pain.He rests on Ananta, the immortal and infinite snake.A conch shell or Shankha, named Panchajanya, is held by the upper left hand. It represents Vishnu's power to create and maintain the universe. Panchajanya represents the five elements or Panchabhoota – water, fire, air, earth and sky or space. It also represents the five airs or Pranas that are within the body and mind. The conch symbolizes that Vishnu is the primeval Divine sound of creation and continuity. It also represented as Om.The Chakra, a sharp, spinning, discus-like weapon, named "Sudarshana", is held by the upper right hand. It symbolizes the purified spiritualized mind. The name Sudarshana is derived from two words – Su, which means good, superior, and Darshana, which means vision or sight; together. The Chakra represents destruction of ego in the awakening and realization of the soul's original nature and god....... ప్రతి రోజు ఈ పాట వినండి మీకు లక్ష్మిదేవి కటాక్షం తప్పకుండా కలుగుతుంది || Lakshmi Devi Song | PSLV TV share This video Hope you like this video And Please Subscribe my channel for more Updated videos like this ------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to My channel :https://goo.gl/KaT4cD Facebook Page : https://goo.gl/tAvBj2 Google+ : Twitter : https://goo.gl/GLLQfZ Youtube : https://goo.gl/zeUm1f WebSite : http://www.pslvtv.com/ Thumbnail Credits & Intro : ----------------------------------------------------------------- Note: get latest updates in pslvtv.com -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nC5Qw_7hne0 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
    

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Published Date : 2018-08-21T02:52:17.000Z

Durga is Adi-Parashakti herself. The Devi Gita, declares her to be the greatest Goddess. Thus, she is considered the supreme goddess and primary deity in Shaktism, occupying a place similar to Lord Krishna in Vaishnavism. According to Skanda Purana, the goddess Parvati accounted the name "Durga" after she killed the demon Mahishasura. Durga has 8 to 10 arms. These represent the 8 quadrants or directions in Hinduism. This suggests she protects her devotees from all directions.She’s presented as “shakti”, or the female principle of divine energy, but she assumes the power of male gods to save the universe. She’s depicted as riding a lion, which symbolizes unlimited power. Durga riding a lion indicates that she possesses unlimited power and uses it to protect virtue and destroy evil.The trishul or trident she holds is symbolic of the three human qualities– Satwa (Inactivity or the ideal state of mind characterized by awareness and purity of thought), Rajas (activity or energy associated with desires, wishes and ambitions) and Tamas (lethargy and stress). In order to attain peace and happiness, there needs to be the balance between these three qualities. Durga is the other half of Shiva; he is the form, she is the expression. Shakti (Durga) is considered to be the mother of the universe, while Purusha (Shiva) is the father.She also possesses three eyes giving her the name triyambake. Which represent Agni, surya and Chandra.Durga Puja commemorates Prince Rama’s offering to Maa Durga before going to fight with the demon king Ravana. Lord Rama first worshipped the ‘Mahishasura Mardini’ (the other name for the Goddess) or the assassin of the buffalo-demon, by offering 108 blue lotuses and lighting 108 lamps. Originally, Durga Puja was celebrated during Spring as Basanti Puja. The ritual during autumn (September-October) is different from the conventional one. So, this Puja is also known as ‘Akal-Bodhan’ or out-of-season (‘Akal’) worship (‘Bodhan’).The period of Durga Puja is celebrated as Garbha-Dandiya in the western part of India, as Ramlila in the north and as Golu or Bonalu down South. Only in eastern India it is celebrated as Durga Puja. Devi Paksha’ (Fortnight of the Goddess) exists during this phase. It marks the end of ‘Pitri Paksha’ which is dedicated to deceased forefathers. It is said that Maa Durga alongwith her children starts her journey towards the earth on the first day of the Devi Paksha period.The soil in front of a brothel is considered to be highly pure. It is believed that while entering a brothel, a man leaves behind all his purity at the threshold of the brothel thereby making it highly virtuous. To make Goddess Durga’s idol this pure soil is begged from a brothel and is used in carving the idol. Listen this stotra every day Goddess Durga gives you wealth and health| PSLV TV share This video Hope you like this video And Please Subscribe my channel for more Updated videos like this ------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to My channel :https://goo.gl/KaT4cD Facebook Page : https://goo.gl/tAvBj2 Google+ : Twitter : https://goo.gl/GLLQfZ Youtube : https://goo.gl/zeUm1f WebSite : http://www.pslvtv.com/ Thumbnail Credits & Intro : ----------------------------------------------------------------- Note: Get latest updates in pslvtv.com -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nC5Qw_7hne0 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
    

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Published Date : 2018-02-04T14:30:41.000Z

Venkateswara also known as srinivasa, Balaji, Veṅkaṭā, Venkata Ramana, Veṅkaṭācalapati and Govindha,is a form of the Hindu god Vishnu. Venkateswara's most prominent temple is the Tirumala Venkateswara Temple located in Tirupathi, Andhra Pradesh in Southern India. Venkateswara literally means "Lord of Venkata".The word is a combination of the words Venkata the name of a hill in Andhra Pradesh and isvara "Lord".According to the Brahmanda and Bhavishyottara Puranas, the word "Venkata" means "destroyer of sins", deriving from the Sanskrit words vem "sins" and kata power of immunity. According to the Tirumala sthala Purana, the legend of Venkateswara is as follows Once, sages headed by Kashyapa began to perform a fire sacrifice on the banks of the Ganges. Sage Narada visited them and asked them why they were performing the sacrifice and who is the patron deity of the sacrifice. Unable to answer, the sages approached Sage Bhrigu who had an extra eye in the sole of his foot to determine the worthy patron god among the Trimurti, the Hindu trinune gods. Bhrigu first went to Satyaloka, the abode of the god Brahma. At Satyaloka, he found Brahma reciting the four Vedas in praise of Vishnu, with each of his four heads, and attended upon by his consort Saraswati. Brahma did not notice Bhrigu offering obeisance. The angry sage cursed Brahma and left Satyaloka. He then reached Kailash, the abode of the god Shiva. Bhrigu found Shiva deep in meditation with his wife Parvati by his side. Feeling ignored, Bhrigu cursed Shiva too and left for Vaikuntha, the abode of Vishnu. At Vaikuntha, Vishnu was resting on the serpent Shesha with his consort Lakshmi in service at his feet. Bhrigu was infuriated and kicked Vishnu on his chest, the place of Lakshmi in Vishnu's body. To pacify the sage, Vishnu held his legs and pressed them gently. He squeezed the extra eye in Bhrigu's foot - the symbol of his egotism. The sage realized his folly and apologized to Vishnu. There upon, Bhrigu concluded that Vishnu was supreme of the Trimurti and informed the sages the same. Lakshmi was angered by Vishnu's action of placating Bhrigu who had kicked her place in Vishnu's body and thus insulted her. She abandoned her heavenly abode and resided in Karavirapur on earth. After her departure, a forlorn Vishnu followed suit and took abode in an ant-hill under a tamarind tree, beside a pushkarini on the Venkata hill, meditating for the return of Lakshmi, without food or sleep. Taking pity on Vishnu, Brahma and Shiva assumed the forms of a cow and its calf to serve him. Lakshmi in the form of a cowherdess sold the cow and calf to the king of the Chola country. The Chola king sent them to graze on the Venkata Hill along with his herd of cattle. Discovering Vishnu on the ant-hill, the cow provided its milk, and thus fed him. Meanwhile, at the palace, the cow was not yielding any milk, for which the Chola queen chastised the royal cow herder severely. To find out the cause of lack of milk, the cow herder followed the cow secretly and discovered the cow emptying her udder over the ant-hill. Angered by the conduct of the cow, the cow herder flung his axe to harm the cow. However, Vishnu rose from the ant-hill to receive the blow and save the cow. When the cow herder saw Vishnu bleed by the blow of his axe, he fell down and died of shock..... Most beautiful song about Lord Venkateswara you never listen | PSLV TV share This video Hope you like this video And Please Subscribe my channel for more Updated videos like this ------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to My channel :https://goo.gl/KaT4cD Facebook Page : https://goo.gl/tAvBj2 Google+ : Twitter : https://goo.gl/GLLQfZ Youtube : https://goo.gl/zeUm1f WebSite : http://www.pslvtv.com/ Thumbnail Credits & Intro : ----------------------------------------------------------------- Note: get latest updates in pslvtv.com -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nC5Qw_7hne0 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
    

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Published Date : 2018-10-04T02:38:50.000Z

Bhakti literally means "attachment, participation, fondness for, homage, faith, love, devotion, worship, purity".In Hinduism, it refers to devotion to, and love for, a personal god or a representational god by a devotee.In ancient texts such as the Shvetashvatara Upanishad, the term simply means participation, devotion and love for any endeavor, while in the Bhagavad Gita, it connotes one of the possible paths of spirituality and towards moksha, as in bhakti marga. Bhakti in Indian religions is "emotional devotionalism", particularly to a personal god or to spiritual ideas.The term also refers to a movement, pioneered by Alvars and Nayanars, that developed around the gods Vishnu (Vaishnavism), Brahma (Brahmanism), Shiva (Shaivism) and Devi (Shaktism) in the second half of the 1st millennium CE.It grew rapidly in India after the 12th century in the various Hindu traditions, possibly in response to the arrival of Islam in India. Bhakti ideas have inspired many popular texts and saint-poets in India. The Bhagavata Purana, for example, is a Krishna-related text associated with the Bhakti movement in Hinduism.Bhakti is also found in other religions practiced in India, and it has influenced interactions between Christianity and Hinduism in the modern era. Nirguni bhakti (devotion to the divine without attributes) is found in Sikhism, as well as Hinduism. Outside India, emotional devotion is found in some Southeast Asian and East Asian Buddhist traditions, and it is sometimes referred to as Bhatti. The Bhagavad Gita, variously dated to have been composed in 5th to 2nd century BCE,introduces bhakti yoga in combination with karma yoga and jnana yoga,while the Bhagavata Purana expands on bhakti yoga, offering nine specific activities for the bhakti yogi.Bhakti in the Bhagavad Gita offered an alternative to two dominant practices of religion at the time: the isolation of the sannyasin and the practice of religious ritual.Bhakti Yoga is described by Swami Vivekananda as "the path of systematized devotion for the attainment of union with the Absolute". In various chapters, including the twelfth chapter of the Bhagavad Gita, Krishna describes bhakti yoga as one of the paths to the highest spiritual attainments.In the sixth chapter, for example, the Gita states the following about bhakti yogin. The yogin who, established in oneness, Honors Me as abiding in all beings, In whatever way he otherwise acts, Dwells in Me. He who sees equality in everything, In the image of his own Self, Arjuna, Whether in pleasure or in pain, Is thought to be a supreme yogin. Of all yogins, He who has merged his inner Self in Me, Honors me, full of faith, Is thought to be the most devoted to Me. — Bhagavad Gita, The Yoga of Meditation, VI.31-VI.32, VI.47. Listen this beautiful devotional song its touch your heart | PSLV TV share This video Hope you like this video & Please Subscribe my channel for more Updated videos like this ------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to My channel :https://goo.gl/KaT4cD Facebook Page : https://goo.gl/tAvBj2 Google+ : Twitter : https://goo.gl/GLLQfZ Youtube : https://goo.gl/zeUm1f WebSite : http://www.pslvtv.com/ Thumbnail Credits & Intro : ----------------------------------------------------------------- Note: Get latest updates in pslvtv.com
    

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Published Date : 2018-09-29T00:16:18.000Z

According to the Hindu scriptures, Vishnu, out of love towards his devotees, incarnated as Venkateswara and appeared for the salvation and upliftment of humanity in this Kali Yuga age. It is considered the supreme form of Vishnu in this age. The Venkateswara swami temple is also called Kaliyuga Vaikuntam. Venkateswara is an avatar of Lord Vishnu who is one of the most popular deity among devotees of Vishnu in South India. He is also known as Venkatachalapathi or Venkataramana or Tirumal devar or Varadaraja or Srinivasa or Balaji or Bithala. He has a dark complexion and four hands. In his two upper hands he holds a discus (a symbol of power) . With his lower hands extended downward he asks devotees to have faith and surrender to him for protection. The supreme temple of Venkateswara is at Tirupati and every Lord Vishnu devotee wants to visit this temple at least once in life. Once some rishis headed by Kashyapa began to perform a sacrifice on the banks of the Ganges. Sage Narada visited them and asked them why they were performing the sacrifice and who would be pleased by it. Not being able to answer the question, the rishis approached Sage Bhrigu. To reach a solution after a direct ascertainment of reality, Sage Bhrigu first went to Satyaloka, the abode of Lord Brahma. At Satyaloka, he found Lord Brahma, reciting the four Vedas in praise of Lord Narayana, with each of his four heads, and attended upon by Saraswati. Lord Brahma did not take notice of Bhrigu offering obeisance. Concluding that Lord Brahma was unfit for worship, Bhrigu left Satyaloka for Kailasa, the abode of Lord Shiva. At Kailasa, Bhrigu found Lord Shiva spending his time pleasantly with Parvati and not noticing his presence. Parvati drew the attention of Siva to the presence of the sage. Lord Shiva was furious at Bhrigu’s intrusion and tried to destroy him. The sage cursed Lord Shiva and left for Vaikuntam. At Vaikuntam, Lord Vishnu was reposing on Adisesha with Sri Mahalakshmi in service at His feet. Finding that Lord Vishnu also did not notice him, the sage was infuriated and kicked the Lord on His chest, the place where Mahalakshmi resides. At once, Lord Vishnu hastened to apologize to the angry sage and pressed his feet to allay the pain caused to Bhrigu’s leg. In doing so the Lord removed the eye in the foot of the sage, stripping of his special powers. Thereupon, the sage concluded that Lord Vishnu was the most supreme of the Trimurtis and told the rishis the same. Sri Mahalakshmi was angered by the action of her Lord in apologizing to Bhrigu who committed an offence. Out of anger and anguish she left Vaikuntha and resided in Karavirapur now known as Kolhapur. The Kohlapur Mahalaxmi temple is considered on the four Shakti Peethas in Maharashtra. After the departure of Mahalakshmi, a forlorn Lord Vishnu left Vaikuntam and took abode in an ant-hill under a tamarind tree, beside a Pushkarini on the Venkata Hill, meditating for the return of Lakshmi, without food or sleep. This was the place where Lord took the form of Varaha to rescue Mother Earth form the deep ocean. Taking pity on Lord Vishnu, Brahma and Maheshwara decided to assume the forms of a cow and its calf to serve Him. Surya, the Sun God informed Mahalakshmi of this and requested her to assume the form of a cowherds and sell the cow and calf to the king of the Chola country. The king of the Chola country bought the cow and its calf and sent them to graze on the Venkata Hill along with his herd of cattle. Discovering Lord Vishnu on the ant-hill, the cow provided its milk, and thus fed the Lord. Meanwhile, at the palace, the cow was not yielding any milk, for which the Chola Queen chastised the cowherd severely. To find out the cause of lack of milk, the cowherd followed the cow, hid himself behind a bush and discovered the cow emptying her udder over the ant-hill. Incensed over the conduct of the cow, the cowherd aimed a blow with his axe on the head of the cow. However, Lord Vishnu rose from the ant-hill to receive the blow and save the cow. When the cowherd saw the Lord bleed at the blow of his axe, he fell down and died of shock. If you listen this song Lord Venkateswara gives you 1000 times blessings | PSLV TV share This video Hope you like this video & Please Subscribe my channel for more Updated videos like this ------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to My channel :https://goo.gl/KaT4cD Facebook Page : https://goo.gl/tAvBj2 Google+ : Twitter : https://goo.gl/GLLQfZ Youtube : https://goo.gl/zeUm1f WebSite : http://www.pslvtv.com/ Thumbnail Credits & Intro : ----------------------------------------------------------------- Note: Get latest updates in pslvtv.com
    

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Rayalaseema is a geographic region in the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. It comprises four southern districts of the state namely, Anantapur, Chittoor, Kadapa and Kurnool. As of 2011 census of India, the region with four districts had a population of 15,184,908 and covers an area of 67,526 km2. The present-day region of Rayalaseema in Andhra Pradesh was officially referred to as the 'Ceded Districts' ('Datta Maṇḍalālu' in Telugu) under the British Madras Presidency, since the districts had been ceded by the Nizam of Hyderabad to the British. The local intellectuals found the name 'Datta Maṇḍalālu' to be insulting. In 1928, a strong dislike was expressed from the leaders in the Andhra Mahasabha, held at Nandyal and they sought to rename it. The region got its name as Rayalaseema with a proposal from Chilukuri Narayana Rao and was accepted.The name Rayalaseema hearkened back to the Vijayanagara times, whose Kings used a suffix Rāya or Rāyalu in Telugu as their title.Thus, Rāyalasīma means 'the region or extent of Rāyalu rule'. 'Rāyalu' could also refer to Kr̥ṣṇarāya in particular.During the British era, the Nizam of Hyderabad ceded this area to the British, and hence was called Ceded Districts. Independence, it was renamed as Rayalaseema as 'seema' was an administrative territorial entity of the Vijayanagara Empire similar to today's districts. In February 2014, the Andhra Pradesh Reorganisation Act, 2014 bill was passed by the Parliament of India for the formation of Telangana state comprising ten districts. Hyderabad will remain as a joint capital for 10 years for both Andhra Pradesh and Telangana.The new state of Telangana came into existence on 2 June 2014 after approval from the President of India.The formation of a new state named Telangana from Andhra Pradesh is not considered an amendment to the Constitution of India per article 3 and 4 of that document. Telugu culture reached its zenith during the Vijayanagara rule under Sri Krishnadevaraya. Amongst Ashta Diggajas, Allasani Peddana, Dhoorjati, Nandi Timmana, Maadayyagari Mallana and Ayyalaraju Rama Bhadrudu are from this region. Poets like Vemana, Sri Potuluri Virabrahmendra Swami from Kadapa district played a great role in educating the common people through their literary works. It is also written by most experts until the 1930s that Pothana, who penned Andhra Mahabhagavatham, actually belonged to Ontimitta village of Kadapa District. Indian philosopher and spiritual teacher Jiddu Krishnamurti and Cattamanchi Ramalinga Reddy – an essayist, poet and educationist are from this region. Yogi Vemana is also a notable poet. Annamayya is from Kadapa District who got settled in Tirupati of Chittor District and composed many songs in praise of Sri Venkateshwara Swamy is of Vijayanagara period and is one of the most famous Carnatic composer in the history of Telugu Literature. There are many notable actors in film industry such as, Chitturu Nagayya, Kadiri Venkata Reddy, Pasupuleti Kannamba, Basavaraju Venkata Padmanabha Rao, Chadalavada Kutumba Rao, Mohan Babu etc. Musicians and poets include, Annamayya, Rallapalli Anantha Krishna Sharma, Vellaala Subbamma etc.Annamayya is a spiritual guru, who wrote songs on Lord Venkateswara, Sri Potuluri Virabrahmendra Swami, Ganapathi Sachchidananda, Satya Sai baba is a spiritual and religious savant, Jiddu Krishnamurtie.Gandikota is one of the oldest fort dating back to 1123. Belum Caves are the second largest cave in Indian sub-continent and the longest caves in plains of Indian Subcontinent. It is located at Belum Village of Kurnool District. Sri Lankamalleswara Wildlife Sanctuary is the only Sanctuary in the world which provides home for a bird called Jerdon's courser. Gurramkonda, Chandragiri, Horsley Hills, Kuppam and Talakona of Chittoor district. Thimmama Marrimanu, world's largest banyan tree, covering 5.2 acres and 550 years old. It holds a Guinness record. It is situated Near Kadiri, 120 kilometres from Anantapur. A beautiful song about Rayalaseema history and culture | PSLV TV share This video Hope you like this video & Please Subscribe my channel for more Updated videos like this ------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to My channel :https://goo.gl/KaT4cD Facebook Page : https://goo.gl/tAvBj2 Google+ : Twitter : https://goo.gl/GLLQfZ Youtube : https://goo.gl/zeUm1f WebSite : http://www.pslvtv.com/ Thumbnail Credits & Intro : ----------------------------------------------------------------- Note: Get latest updates in pslvtv.com

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