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Benefits of Amla(Hindi), Nellikai(Tamil), Indian Gooseberry
Benefits of Amla juice and Amla Churan (Powder)

Taking Amla juice or powder with honey purifies blood.

Licking one tea spoon of dried Amla powder with honey or ghee after dinner
 
checks acidity.
 
Taking fresh Amla juice with honey checks diabetes.
Taking 4 tsp fresh Amla juice and 3 tsp honey mixed in a glass of water relieves
 
constipation.
 
Taking two tsp of fresh Amla juice with honey twice a day helps in taking out the
 
phlegm and controls cold.
Washing the head with Amla-juice mixed with water after rubbing the scalp
 
for 10-15 mins helps in restoring the vitality of hair.
 
Soak dried Amla, Harar, Bahera and Shikakai in an iron utensil overnight and mesh
 
them nicely, washing your hair regularly with
 
this strengthens the hair and checks hair loss.
Applying the paste of Amla powder mixed in lemon juice on the hair 10 to 15 mins
 
before washing them with Amla water keeps the hair strong and shining.
Washing the hair with dicoction of Amla removes dryness of the scalp, checks
 
dandruff and stops excessive fall and the greying of hair.
Massaging the head with Amla oil imparts natural glow to hair, relieves mental
 
tension and induces sleep.
Take boiled pulp of Amla with honey two times a day relieves the pain in the
 
bleeding during periods.
Taking Amla juice mixed with ripe banana 3 to 4 times a day during periods-checks
 
profuse bleeding.
Application of the Amla paste on the face and washing it off after 10 to 15 mins
 
class pimples and heals up the spots so created.
 

happy Dhan teras and deepavali to all


 About Dhanteras

Dhanteras marks the first day of five-days-long Diwali Festival. Dhanteras Festival, also known as Dhantrayodashi or Dhanwantari Triodasi, falls on the auspicious thirteenth lunar day of Krishna Paksha in the Hindu month of Kartik (October/November). In the word Dhanteras, “Dhan” stands for wealth. On Dhanteras Goddess Laxmi is worshiped to provide prosperity and well being. Hence Dhan Teras holds a lot more significance for the business community.
It takes place two days before Diwali to honor Dhanvantari, an incarnation of Vishnu.
Dhanteras is observed on the 13th day of Krishna Paksh in the month of Karthik. This is also known as Yamadeep. It is said that after the Sagar Manthan between the Devtaas and Asuras, Dhanvantari came out of the sea with an Amrit Kalash. That is why, Dhanteras is also known as Dhanvantari Jayanti.
On this day, we pray for good health and wealth for the family. Decorated clay idols and photos of Shri Ganesh and Shri Lakshmi are bought from the market. While buying the idols it’s kept in mind that the trunk of Ganeshji is turned towards the right as it is considered more auspicious. These idols are worshiped on the day of Deepavali.
Silver articles are bought for the house and Iron, Copper or Brass utensils are boughtfor the kitchen.
 
 
 
Fun & Info @ Keralites.netOn Dhanteras we perform puja and pray for the good health and wealth of the family. Decorated clay idols or photos of Shri Ganesh and Shri Lakshmi are bought from the market and these idols are worshiped on the day of Deepavali.

Preparation for the Puja

One Deepak made out of atta/clay with 4 wicks
Wicks for the Deepak oil/ghee, matchstick
One shell with a hole
Flowers, roli, chawal
Water in panchpatra and a spoon
Some money
Pata & Aasan
Kheel & batasha
Dhoop (sambrani) & dhoop daan
Chopda with roli, chawal for applying tikka
Suhali, petha (shaker para)

Vidhi ( Method) of Performing the Puja

In the evening, after seeing the star, the women of the house get together for puja. In some houses both men & women do the puja.
The 4 wick Deepak is placed on the pata.

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Oil/ghee is put in the Deepak with the Four Wicks.
The Cowrie shell is placed on the Deepak.
The Deepak is lit. This is referred as Yamadeep. This Deepak pleases Yamaraj and the pitars/departed ancestors of the family.
Some water from the panchpatra is sprinkled around the Deepak, puja is performed with roli, chawal andmoney.
Four suhali and little pethas are offered.
Some people offer kheel and batasha also Dhoop is lit.
Women performing the puja go around the Deepak four times & do pranam.
The eldest woman of the family or unmarried girl of the house puts tilak from the roli in the chopda to everyone sitting for the puja.
One male staff member of the house, covers his head with a cloth, takes the lit Deepak and keeps it outside on the right side of the main gate. This person is given dakshina.
After puja, the family members do pranam to all the elder people to them.


Dhanteras Legengd and Rituls

Legend

The Yama legend– There are two legends associated with this festival. The first one goes like there was a 16 year old son of King Hima whose horoscope predicted his early death by a snake-bite on the fourth day of his wedding.
The newly-wed wife of the prince was cunning. She did not allow him to sleep on the fourth day of the wedding and she laid out all her ornaments accompanied with heaps of gold and silver coins at the entrance of the sleeping chamber and lit lamps all over the place. Then she started singing melodious songs to keep her husband from falling asleep.
When Yamraj (Death God) came to take the prince in the guise of snake, his eyes got dazzled and he was temporarily blinded by the sharp light of lamps and jewellery. The serpent was not able to enter the chamber till morning and therefore, he climbed on top of the gold coin heap and sat there the entire night enjoying the songs sung by prince’s wife. In the morning, he silently went away.
This saved the young prince from his early death and since then this day is celebrated as Dhanteras or Yamadeepdaan. In few houses ladies light earthen lamps or ‘deep’ and these are kept burning throughout the night to glorify Yama (the god of Death).
Dhanvantari myth-According to the other legend in the cosmic battle between the gods and the demons when both churned the ocean for ‘amrit’ or divine nectar, Dhanvantari – the physician of the gods and an incarnation of Vishnu – emerged carrying a pot of the elixir. So, according to this mythological tale, the word Dhanteras comes from the name Dhanvantari, the divine doctor.

Rituls
As Dhanteras is associated with the worship of Goddess Lakshmi, people draw small footprints with rice flour and vermilion powder throughout the house right from the entrance (indicating the arrival of Goddess Lakshmi). As Dhantrayodashi or Dhanteras is considered very auspicious, people shop for gold, silver and some utensils. To celebrate the auspicious arrival of Goddess Lakshmi, the homes of people are illuminated by oil lamps, which are lit throughout the night. Lakshmi Puja is also an important part of the Dhanteras celebrations. The Lakshmi-Puja is performed at midnight. Devotional songs, in praise of Goddess Lakshmi, are sung by the people. Goddess Lakshi is offered naivedya of sweets, which serve as the auspicious Prasad of the Goddess. In many parts of South India, there is a tradition of cow worship by the farmers (on Dhanteras). For farmers, cows signify wealth and are considered to be the incarnation of Goddess Lakshmi
 
 
 Happy Dhanteras
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Happy Dhan Teras and Deepavali to all


 

 About Dhanteras
 
Dhanteras marks the first day of five-days-long Diwali Festival. Dhanteras Festival, also known as Dhantrayodashi or Dhanwantari Triodasi, falls on the auspicious thirteenth lunar day of Krishna Paksha in the Hindu month of Kartik (October/November). In the word Dhanteras, “Dhan” stands for wealth. On Dhanteras Goddess Laxmi is worshiped to provide prosperity and well being. Hence Dhan Teras holds a lot more significance for the business community. 
It takes place two days before Diwali to honor Dhanvantari, an incarnation of Vishnu.
Dhanteras is observed on the 13th day of Krishna Paksh in the month of Karthik. This is also known as Yamadeep. It is said that after the Sagar Manthan between the Devtaas and Asuras, Dhanvantari came out of the sea with an Amrit Kalash. That is why, Dhanteras is also known as Dhanvantari Jayanti.
On this day, we pray for good health and wealth for the family. Decorated clay idols and photos of Shri Ganesh and Shri Lakshmi are bought from the market. While buying the idols it’s kept in mind that the trunk of Ganeshji is turned towards the right as it is considered more auspicious. These idols are worshiped on the day of Deepavali.
Silver articles are bought for the house and Iron, Copper or Brass utensils are boughtfor the kitchen.
 
 
 
 
Fun & Info @ Keralites.netOn Dhanteras we perform puja and pray for the good health and wealth of the family. Decorated clay idols or photos of Shri Ganesh and Shri Lakshmi are bought from the market and these idols are worshiped on the day of Deepavali.

Preparation for the Puja

One Deepak made out of atta/clay with 4 wicks
Wicks for the Deepak oil/ghee, matchstick
One shell with a hole
Flowers, roli, chawal
Water in panchpatra and a spoon
Some money
Pata & Aasan
Kheel & batasha
Dhoop (sambrani) & dhoop daan
Chopda with roli, chawal for applying tikka
Suhali, petha (shaker para) 

Vidhi ( Method) of Performing the Puja

In the evening, after seeing the star, the women of the house get together for puja. In some houses both men & women do the puja.
The 4 wick Deepak is placed on the pata.

Fun & Info @ Keralites.net

Oil/ghee is put in the Deepak with the Four Wicks.
The Cowrie shell is placed on the Deepak.
The Deepak is lit. This is referred as Yamadeep. This Deepak pleases Yamaraj and the pitars/departed ancestors of the family.
Some water from the panchpatra is sprinkled around the Deepak, puja is performed with roli, chawal andmoney.
Four suhali and little pethas are offered.
Some people offer kheel and batasha also Dhoop is lit.
Women performing the puja go around the Deepak four times & do pranam.
The eldest woman of the family or unmarried girl of the house puts tilak from the roli in the chopda to everyone sitting for the puja.
One male staff member of the house, covers his head with a cloth, takes the lit Deepak and keeps it outside on the right side of the main gate. This person is given dakshina.
After puja, the family members do pranam to all the elder people to them.

 
Dhanteras Legengd and Rituls
 
Legend
 
The Yama legend– There are two legends associated with this festival. The first one goes like there was a 16 year old son of King Hima whose horoscope predicted his early death by a snake-bite on the fourth day of his wedding.
The newly-wed wife of the prince was cunning. She did not allow him to sleep on the fourth day of the wedding and she laid out all her ornaments accompanied with heaps of gold and silver coins at the entrance of the sleeping chamber and lit lamps all over the place. Then she started singing melodious songs to keep her husband from falling asleep.
When Yamraj (Death God) came to take the prince in the guise of snake, his eyes got dazzled and he was temporarily blinded by the sharp light of lamps and jewellery. The serpent was not able to enter the chamber till morning and therefore, he climbed on top of the gold coin heap and sat there the entire night enjoying the songs sung by prince’s wife. In the morning, he silently went away.
This saved the young prince from his early death and since then this day is celebrated as Dhanteras or Yamadeepdaan. In few houses ladies light earthen lamps or ‘deep’ and these are kept burning throughout the night to glorify Yama (the god of Death).
Dhanvantari myth-According to the other legend in the cosmic battle between the gods and the demons when both churned the ocean for ‘amrit’ or divine nectar, Dhanvantari – the physician of the gods and an incarnation of Vishnu – emerged carrying a pot of the elixir. So, according to this mythological tale, the word Dhanteras comes from the name Dhanvantari, the divine doctor.
 
Rituls
As Dhanteras is associated with the worship of Goddess Lakshmi, people draw small footprints with rice flour and vermilion powder throughout the house right from the entrance (indicating the arrival of Goddess Lakshmi). As Dhantrayodashi or Dhanteras is considered very auspicious, people shop for gold, silver and some utensils. To celebrate the auspicious arrival of Goddess Lakshmi, the homes of people are illuminated by oil lamps, which are lit throughout the night. Lakshmi Puja is also an important part of the Dhanteras celebrations. The Lakshmi-Puja is performed at midnight. Devotional songs, in praise of Goddess Lakshmi, are sung by the people. Goddess Lakshi is offered naivedya of sweets, which serve as the auspicious Prasad of the Goddess. In many parts of South India, there is a tradition of cow worship by the farmers (on Dhanteras). For farmers, cows signify wealth and are considered to be the incarnation of Goddess Lakshmi
 
 
 Happy Dhanteras
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Blocks diarrhea
Improves lung capacity
Cushions joints
Apricots
Combats cancer
Controls blood pressure
Saves your eyesight
Shields against Alzheimer’s
Slows aging process
Artichokes
Aids digestion
Lowers cholesterol
Protects your heart
Stabilizes blood sugar
Guards against liver disease
Avocados
Battles diabetes
Lowers cholesterol
Helps stops strokes
Controls blood pressure
Smoothes skin
Bananas
Protects your heart
Quiets a cough
Strengthens bones
Controls blood pressure
Blocks diarrhea
Beans
Prevents constipation
Helps hemorrhoids
Lowers cholesterol
Combats cancer
Stabilizes blood sugar
Beets
Controls blood pressure
Combats cancer
Strengthens bones
Protects your heart
Aids weight loss
Blueberries
Combats cancer
Protects your heart
Stabilizes blood sugar
Boosts memory
Prevents constipation
Broccoli
Strengthens bones
Saves eyesight
Combats cancer
Protects your heart
Controls blood pressure
Cabbage
Combats cancer
Prevents constipation
Promotes weight loss
Protects your heart
Helps hemorrhoids
Cantaloupe
Saves eyesight
Controls blood pressure
Lowers cholesterol
Combats cancer
Supports immune system
Carrots
Saves eyesight
Protects your heart
Prevents constipation
Combats cancer
Promotes weight loss
Cauliflower
Protects against Prostate Cancer
Combats Breast Cancer
Strengthens bones
Banishes bruises
Guards against heart disease
Cherries
Protects your heart
Combats Cancer
Ends insomnia
Slows aging process
Shields against Alzheimer’s
Chestnuts
Promotes weight loss
Protects your heart
Lowers cholesterol
Combats Cancer
Controls blood pressure
Chili peppers
Aids digestion
Soothes sore throat
Clears sinuses
Combats Cancer
Boosts immune system
Figs
Promotes weight loss
Helps stops strokes
Lowers cholesterol
Combats Cancer
Controls blood pressure
Fish
Protects your heart
Boosts memory
Protects your heart
Combats Cancer
Supports immune system
Flax
Aids digestion
Battles diabetes
Protects your heart
Improves mental health
Boosts immune system
Garlic
Lowers cholesterol
Controls blood pressure
Combats cancer
Kills bacteria
Fights fungus
Grapefruit
Protects against heart attacks
Promotes Weight loss
Helps stops strokes
Combats Prostate Cancer
Lowers cholesterol
Grapes
Saves eyesight
Conquers kidney stones
Combats cancer
Enhances blood flow
Protects your heart
Green tea
Combats cancer
Protects your heart
Helps stops strokes
Promotes Weight loss
Kills bacteria
Honey
Heals wounds
Aids digestion
Guards against ulcers
Increases energy
Fights allergies
Lemons
Combats cancer
Protects your heart
Controls blood pressure
Smoothes skin
Stops scurvy
Limes
Combats cancer
Protects your heart
Controls blood pressure
Smoothes skin
Stops scurvy
Mangoes
Combats cancer
Boosts memory
Regulates thyroid
Aids digestion
Shields against Alzheimer’s
Mushrooms
Controls blood pressure
Lowers cholesterol
Kills bacteria
Combats cancer
Strengthens bones
Oats
Lowers cholesterol
Combats cancer
Battles diabetes
Prevents constipation
Smoothes skin
Olive oil
Protects your heart
Promotes Weight loss
Combats cancer
Battles diabetes
Smoothes skin
Onions
Reduce risk of heart attack
Combats cancer
Kills bacteria
Lowers cholesterol
Fights fungus
Oranges
Supports immune systems
Combats cancer
Protects your heart
Straightens respiration
 
Peaches
Prevents constipation
Combats cancer
Helps stops strokes
Aids digestion
Helps hemorrhoids
Peanuts
Protects against heart disease
Promotes Weight loss
Combats Prostate Cancer
Lowers cholesterol
Aggravates 
Diverticulitis
Pineapple
Strengthens bones
Relieves colds
Aids digestion
Dissolves warts
Blocks diarrhea
Prunes
Slows aging process
Prevents constipation
Boosts memory
Lowers cholesterol
Protects against heart disease
Rice
Protects your heart
Battles diabetes
Conquers kidney stones
Combats cancer
Helps stops strokes
Strawberries
Combats cancer
Protects your heart
Boosts memory
Calms stress
 
Sweet potatoes
Saves your eyesight
Lifts mood
Combats cancer
Strengthens bones
 
Tomatoes
Protects prostate
Combats cancer
Lowers cholesterol
Protects your heart
 
Walnuts
Lowers cholesterol
Combats cancer
Boosts memory
Lifts mood
Protects against heart disease
Water
Promotes Weight loss
Combats cancer
Conquers kidney stones
Smoothes skin
 
Watermelon
Protects prostate
Promotes Weight loss
Lowers cholesterol
Helps stops strokes
Controls blood pressure
Wheat germ
Combats Colon Cancer
Prevents constipation
Lowers cholesterol
Helps stops strokes
Improves digestion
Wheat bran
Combats Colon Cancer
Prevents constipation
Lowers cholesterol
Helps stops strokes
Improves digestion
Yogurt
Guards against ulcers
Strengthens bones
Lowers cholesterol
Supports immune systems
Aids digestion