Maha Swamiji’s Independence Day Message


Sage of Kanchi

 

HH mahaswamiji

 

MESSAGE GIVEN BY HIS HOLINESS PUJYASHRI CHANDRASEKHARENDRA SARASWATHI MAHASWAMIJI on 15 AUGUST 1947 – Independence Day

On this happy occasion when our country Bharat has attained Independence, the people of this ancient country must pray whole heartedly and with one mind to Sri Bhagavan. Let us all pray to God to vouch safe to us strength of mind and energy to engage ourselves more and more in attaining spiritual knowledge. It is only by the grace of Almighty that we can safeguard the freedom that we have achieved and also help all the living beings on earth to lead a happy life.

It is worthy to note that luckily the Chakra of Bhagavan, who is the embodiment of Dharma, has its place in the centre of our National Flag. This Chakra reminds us of the moral values enjoined by Emperor Ashoka, who is historically famous as Devanampriyaha. Further…

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கொத்தமல்லிக்கீரையின் மருத்துவ குணங்கள்:


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கொத்தமல்லிக்கீரையின் மருத்துவ குணங்கள்:

கொத்தமல்லிக் கீரை வீட்டுத் தோட்டங்களிலும் மட்டுமின்றி சிறு தொட்டிகளில் கூட வளர்க்கலாம். வழக்கமாக ரசம், சாம்பார் போன்றவற்றில் மணத்திற்காக இக்கீரையைப் பயன்படுத்துவார்கள்.

கொத்தமல்லிக் கீரை உப்புச் சுவையுடையது. உஷ்ணமும் குளிர்ச்சியும் கலந்த தன்மை உடையது.

கொத்தமல்லிக் கீரையை உணவில் சேர்த்துக் கொள்வதால் காய்ச்சல் குணமாகும். வாதம், பித்தம் நீங்கும். உடல் பலம் பெறும். தாது விருத்திக்கும் நல்லது.

இக்கீரை பசியைத் தூண்டும் சக்தி படைத்தது.

இக்கீரையின் சாறு பிழிந்து பித்தத் தழும்புகள் மீது பூசினால் விரைவில் குணம் கிடைக்கும்.

இக்கீரையை எண்ணெயில் சிறிது வதக்கி, கட்டிகள், வீக்கங்களின் மீது வைத்துக் கட்டினால் குணம் கிட்டும்.

கொத்தமல்லிக் கீரையைத் துவையல் செய்து சாப்பிடலாம். தினமும் இக்கீரையை உணவில் சேர்த்து வந்தால் சிறுநீர் எளிதாய் பிரியும்.

பற்களுக்கு உறுதியை அளிக்கும். பல் சம்பந்தமான எல்லா நோய்களும் இக்கீரையை உண்டுவரக் குணமாகும்.

முதுமைப் பருவத்தில் ஏற்படும் தோல் சுருக்கத்தைப் போக்கி தேகத்திற்கு அழகையும் மினுமினுப்பையும் தரும்.

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கொத்தமல்லிக்கீரையின் மருத்துவ குணங்கள்:


கொத்தமல்லிக்கீரையின் மருத்துவ குணங்கள்:

கொத்தமல்லிக் கீரை வீட்டுத் தோட்டங்களிலும் மட்டுமின்றி சிறு தொட்டிகளில் கூட வளர்க்கலாம். வழக்கமாக ரசம், சாம்பார் போன்றவற்றில் மணத்திற்காக இக்கீரையைப் பயன்படுத்துவார்கள்.

கொத்தமல்லிக் கீரை உப்புச் சுவையுடையது. உஷ்ணமும் குளிர்ச்சியும் கலந்த தன்மை உடையது.

கொத்தமல்லிக் கீரையை உணவில் சேர்த்துக் கொள்வதால் காய்ச்சல் குணமாகும். வாதம், பித்தம் நீங்கும். உடல் பலம் பெறும். தாது விருத்திக்கும் நல்லது.

இக்கீரை பசியைத் தூண்டும் சக்தி படைத்தது.

இக்கீரையின் சாறு பிழிந்து பித்தத் தழும்புகள் மீது பூசினால் விரைவில் குணம் கிடைக்கும்.

இக்கீரையை எண்ணெயில் சிறிது வதக்கி, கட்டிகள், வீக்கங்களின் மீது வைத்துக் கட்டினால் குணம் கிட்டும்.

கொத்தமல்லிக் கீரையைத் துவையல் செய்து சாப்பிடலாம். தினமும் இக்கீரையை உணவில் சேர்த்து வந்தால் சிறுநீர் எளிதாய் பிரியும்.

பற்களுக்கு உறுதியை அளிக்கும். பல் சம்பந்தமான எல்லா நோய்களும் இக்கீரையை உண்டுவரக் குணமாகும்.

முதுமைப் பருவத்தில் ஏற்படும் தோல் சுருக்கத்தைப் போக்கி தேகத்திற்கு அழகையும் மினுமினுப்பையும் தரும்.

 

vara Ma


 

 SRI VARALAKSHMI VRATAM on Friday – 16/08/2013
devi
 
 
Goddess Lakshmi [ Goddess of Prosperity ] :
Lord Sri Narayana or Mahavishnu is known as the preserver. The beloved wife of Sri Narayana is Sri Lakshmi. Mother Lakshmi is always identified with the Lord, and hence they are known as Sri Lakshmi Narayana. Mother Lakshmi is a mother of prosperity, peace and illumination. Without Her grace one can’t have inner peace or perennial joy.
Lakshmi is commonly known as Goddess of wealth. Wealth is not only the money. Tradition and values of life is also wealth. Our family and progress is also wealth. Our belongings such as land, properties, animals, grains, etc as well as virtues like patience, persistence, purity etc in the form of a character are nothing but our wealth and so also glory or victory. Thus this eightfold Sri Lakshmi is known as Sri Ashta Lakshmi.
Mother Lakshmi is the source and provider of the following enumerated well-known sixteen types of wealth and many more. (1) Fame (2) Knowledge (3) Courage and Strength (4) Victory (5) Good Children (6) Valor (7) Gold and other gross properties (8) Grains in abundance (9) Happiness (10) Bliss (11) Intelligence (12) Beauty (13) Higher Aim, High Thinking and Higher Meditation too (14) Morality and Ethics (15) Good Health (16) Long Life. Let us glance upon the glory of mother Ashta Lakshmi´s individual nature and forms.
Adi Lakshmi: Mother Lakshmi resides with Lord Narayana in the Vaikuntha, the abode of Lord Narayana. She is known as Rama, means bringing happiness to the mankind. She is also known as Indira (who holds lotus or purity in the hands or heart.) Divine Mother’s this form is normally seen serving Sri Narayana. Lord Narayana is omnipresent. Adi Lakshmi or Rama Lakshmi serves Sri Narayana is symbolic of her serving the whole creation. Though Sri Narayana is attended by innumerable devotees, still she personally loves to serve the Lord. Actually mother Adi Lakshmi and Narayana are not two different entities but one only. Many a place we see her form sitting in the lap of Sri Narayana.
Dhanya Lakshmi: Dhanya means grains. This includes all kind of purified food containing all essential vitamins, minerals, protein, calcium, carbohydrate and so on. With the grace of mother Dhanya Lakshmi one gets all essential nutrients grains, fruits, vegetables and other foods.
Dhairya Lakshmi: This form of mother Lakshmi grants the boon of infinite courage and strength. Those, who are in tune with infinite inner power, are always bound to have victory. Those who worship mother Dhairya Lakshmi they live and lead a life with tremendous patience and inner stability.
Gaja Lakshmi: In the holy book of Srimad Bhagavata the story of the churning of the ocean by Gods and demons is explained in detail. Author, the Sage Vyasa writes that Lakshmi came out of the ocean during the churning of the ocean (Samudra Manthan). So she is known as a daughter of the ocean. She came out of the ocean sitting on a full-bloomed lotus and also having lotus flowers in both hands with two elephants by her sides, holding a beautiful vessel filled with milk and pouring it over Sri Lakshmi. Many a time we see Sri Lakshmi standing in the lotus and elephants are pouring nectar over her. During the festival of the lamps or the Deepavali along with Sri Lakshmi the Ganapathi or the Elephant God also gets worshipped; that signifies the protection from evils as well as abundant grace and blessings for additional prosperities!
Santan Lakshmi: In the family life, the children are the greatest treasure. Those who worship this particular form of Sri Lakshmi, known as a Santan Lakshmi, are bestowed with the grace of mother Lakshmi and have wealth in the form of desirable children with good health & long life.
Vijay Lakshmi: Vijay is victory. Vijay is to get success in all undertakings and all different facets of life. Some are strong physically but weak mentally while others are economically rich but poor in their attitude and cannot exert any influence. Vijay is to have all encompassing victory. Vijay is to rejoice glory of our real nature – Vijay is to conquer the lower nature. Vijay is the victory in external and internal wars and of course eternal wars! Hence those, with grace of mother Vijay Lakshmi, have victory everywhere, at all time, in all conditions. Victory to Vijay Lakshmi!!
Dhana Lakshmi: Dhana is wealth. But as per Rigved´s Purush Shukta Dhana is not only a wealth in coins and currency. Even Sun and moon, fire and stars, rains and nature, oceans and mountains, rivers and streams, all these are our wealth, so are the progeny, our inner will power, our character and our virtues. With the grace of mother Dhana Lakshmi we will get all these in abundance.
Vidya Lakshmi: Vidya is education. Education is not mere studies to receive the degrees and diplomas certificates from the educational institutes or universities. Serenity, Regularity, Absence of Vanity, Sincerity, Simplicity, Veracity, Equanimity, Fixity, Non-irritability, Adaptability Humility, Tenacity, Integrity, Nobility, Magnanimity, Charity, Generosity and Purity are the eighteen “itis” that only can give immortality.
Education, which cannot give peace to the soul or cannot give the knowledge of the Self and the inner satisfaction, is not education. Education, which cannot wipe the tears of others, known or unknown, is not education. Education is the understanding the situation and silence or art of living and leading the life that can make the life, the Life Divine, where the ultimate Goal of the life is the God-Realization.
Such Education can come only through discrimination and dispassion. One can have abundant amount of money, but if he does not know how to make good use of it, it will work to his disadvantage. If an alcoholic or a drug addict gets a big sum of money, it will only hasten his downward journey to destruction. Vidya Lakshmi is the understanding and the knowledge to mold the ordinary life into the Divine Life. A life of Service, a life of feeling for a fellow being, a life of charity and generosity, a life of purity, a life for seeking a soul within the soul and a life with an ultimate aim of the realization of the ABSOLUTE is the only real education, which can come only with the grace of Vidya Lakshmi.
Thus all these eightfold Sri Lakshmi is ultimately one single power only. That is Adishakti.
The perennial and unchangeable, ever lasting, eternal truth or the absolute is this Supreme blessedness, the mother Adishakti. She is the origin. She is the light. She is the power, the wisdom and the strength. She is the Supreme Joy, peace, bliss and illumination.
Year after year we have seen the lamps being lit for Diwali, the birth day and the wedding day of Goddess Lakshmi. In the dark night the glowing flames herald the advent of longer nights-the early days of an Indian winter.
The essence of this light is Shri Lakshmi-arising, at the beginning of time, out of the waters at the churning of the Milky Ocean by gods and demons for a thousand years. Regarded as the goddess of love, beauty and prosperity, Lakshmi, Kamla or Padma (Sanskrit words for lotus), the beloved consort of Vishnu, along with the dearly loved pot-bellied, elephant headed, auspicious god of the Hindu theology, Siri Ganesha, is a presiding deity of the festival of lights. They are worshipped in every household so that the year may be full of prosperity. Throughout the night a lamp is kept burning before her image so that she may continue to dwell in the house and bestow upon it the wealth of life.
May Mother Adishakti´s and Sri Ashta Lakshmi´s grace be ever upon us all, to receive her divine grace for being befitting servant of the mankind in her cosmic kingdom. Om Shanti.
Lakshmi Bhagwati
 Prayers to Lakshmi, the Goddess of Fortune
These are Prayers to all of the qualities of the Goddess and the blessings that She gives.
The First is the Lakshmi-Stuti, from Vishnu Purana, 7.9.116-138,
The Second is the Sri Suktam.

This Stuti eulogy of Lakshmi, which was spoken by Lord Indra, is the source of all opulence. In this world, poverty never dwells among those who recite this stuti daily.

indra uvacha
namasye sarva-lokanam
jananim abja-sambhavam
Shriyam unnidra-padmaksim
vishnor vakshah-sthala-sthitam
Indra [the demigod king of heaven] said, “I offer my obeisances unto the lotus-born mother of all beings, unto Sri [the Goddess of fortune], having full-blown lotus-like eyes, and reposing in the bosom of Vishnu.”
 
padmalayam padmakaram
padma patra-nibheksanam
vande padma-mukhim devim
padma-nabha-priyam aham
“I offer my obeisances unto the Goddess who is the abode of lotuses, who holds the lotus, whose eyes resemble the petals of a lotus, whose face is a lotus, and who is dear to the Lord who has a lotus navel.”
 
tvam siddhis tvam svadha svaha
sudha tvam loka-pavani
sandhya ratrihi prabha bhutir
medha sraddha sarasvati
“You are siddhi, nectar, Svaha and Svadha, O purifier of the worlds. You are twilight, night, effulgence, opulence, intelligence, faith and Sarasvati.”


yajna-vidya maha-vidya
guhya-vidya cha shobhane
atma-vidya cha devi tvam
vimukti-phala-dayini
“You are the knowledge of sacrifice, the worship of the universal form, and occult learning, O beauteous one. You are the knowledge of Brahman, O goddess, and the bestower of the fruit of liberation.”
 
anvikshiki trayi varta
danda-nitis tvam eva cha
saumyasaumyair jagad rupais
tvayaitad devi puritam
“You are the science of dialectics, the three Vedas, Varta, the knowledge of chastisement. O goddess, this universe is filled with your gentle and terrifying forms.”

 

ka tv anya tvam rte devi
sarva-yajna-mayam vapuhu
adhyaste deva-devasya
yogi cintyam gada-bhritaha
“O goddess, who except you can dwell in the person of that God of gods, who consists of all forbearance, the bearer of the mace, who is contemplated by the yogis?”
 
tvayi devi parityaktam
sakalam bhuvana-trayam
vinashta-prayam abhavat
tvaye danim samedhitam
“O goddess, the three worlds, having been abandoned by you, were on the verge of destruction–because of you, they have again recovered their position.”
 
dara-putras tatha garam
suhrid-dhanya dhanadikam
bhavaty etan maha-bhage
nityam tvad-vikshanam nrinam
“O exalted one, men are endowed with wives, sons, houses, friends, grain and wealth due to your constant glance.”
 
sharirarogyam aishvaryam
ari-paksa-ksayam sukham
devi-tvad-drishti-drishtanam
purushanam na durlabham
“O goddess, freedom from bodily ailments, riches, destruction of enemies, and happiness are not difficult to attain for persons who view your glances.”
 
tvam mata sarva-bhutanam
deva-devo harih pita
tvayaitad vishnuma chadya
jagad vyaptam-characharam
“You are the mother of all creatures, as that God of gods, Hari, is their father. And this universe, consisting of moving and nonmoving entities, is presently permeated by you, as well as Vishnu.”
 
ma nah kosham tatha goshtham
ma griham ma paricchadam
ma sariram kalatram cha
tyajethaha sarva-pavani
“O purifier of all, if you forsake us, neither our treasures, nor our cows, nor our houses, nor our possessions, nor our bodies, nor our wives, are secure.”
 
ma putram ma suhrid-vargam
ma pashun ma vibhushanam
tyajetha mama devasya
vishnor vaksah-sthalalaye
“O you whose abode is the chest of Vishnu, if you forsake me, neither sons, nor friends, nor animals, nor ornaments can be mine.”
 
sattvena satya-shaucabhyam
chatha shiladibhir gunaih
tyajante te narah sadyaha
sansyakto ye tvayamale
“O spotless one, men who are forsaken by you are also forsaken by goodness, truth, purity, good character and other virtues.”
 
tvayavico kitah sadyaha
shiladyair akhilair gunaih
kulaishvaryaish cha muhyante
purusha nirguna api

 “And those who are glanced upon by you, although devoid of any good qualities, are infatuated by all good qualities, such as good character, lineage, wealth, etc.”

 
sa shlaghyah sa guni dhanyaha
sa kulinaha sa biddhinam
sa shurah sa cha vikranto
yas tvaya devi vikshitaha
“O goddess, he who is glanced upon by you, is praiseworthy, accomplished, fortunate, intelligent, high-born, heroic and possessed of power.”
 
sadyo vaingunyam ayanti
shiladyah sakala gunaha
paranmukhi jaga-dhatri
yasya tvam vishnu-vallabhe
“O nurse of the universe, O beloved of Vishnu, all virtues, character, etc., immediately abandon him from whom you turn away.”
 
na te varnayitum shakta
gunan jihvapi vedhasaha
prasida devi padmakshi
masmams tyakshih kadachana
“Even the tongue of Brahma is incapable of describing your qualities. O lotus-eyed one, be auspicious unto me. Please do not abandon me.”
[Thus ends the Lakshmi-stuti]

Sri [the Goddess of Fortune] said: “I shall never turn my face from one who praises me every morning and evening with this hymn.”

SRI SUKTAM

Om Hiranya Varnam Harineem
Survanam Rajatas Rajam
Chandraam Hiranmayim
LakshmeEm Jatavedo Mamaavaha
Sloka 1
O all-knowing fire-god (Agni), would you kindly propitiate Mahalakshmi, the Goddess of prosperity, one whose body has the golden color; one who is decked with gold and silver garlands; one whose sari is yellow colored and one Whose face is like the full moon and whose eyes bless humanity with soothing grace. O Jata Veda, the fire-god, kindly tell Her of our supplications.

 Taamma Aavaha Jaatavedo
LakshmeEm Ananpagammineem
Yasyaam Hiranmyam Vindeyam
Gaam-Asvam Purusham-Aham
Sloka 2
O, Agni, the great fire-god, with the blessings of Mahalakshmi, wealth and prosperity, gold and cattle, horses and useful animals, family and children and every type of prosperity will come to me. By the arrival of Goddess Lakshmi in my home, the prosperity will be imperishable. Health, friends, knowledge, everlasting peace and finally freedom — all these types of wealth will be mine by the arrival of the Universal Mother, Lakshmi, into my home.

Aswa-Poorvaam Ratha-MadhyaAm
Hastinaada Prabhodineem
Sriyam Deveem-Upahvahe
Sreemaa Devirjushataam

Sloka 3
That Goddess Lakshmi in whose procession the celestial horses and the divine chariots are used, as the elephants roar the OM sound which pleases that Goddess. She being Gajalakshmi or Lakshmi Who is worshiped by the elephants. O Agni, I am invoking that power, the spouse of Vishnu. May I attain Her grace.

Kaamsosmkitaam Hiranya PraakaaraamAardraam
Jvalenteem Truptaam Tarpayantim
Padmastitaam PadmavarnaAm
Taamihopahvaye Sriyam

Sloka 4
One Who is sitting on the blossomed thousand-petalled lotus; one whose body has the color of the lotus; may that great Goddess. The compassionate, radiant, ever-smiling, fulfiller of all the desires of Her votaries, hear my prayers. I invoke that Mother, Mahalakshmi of golden color.
 
Candraamprabhassaam Yasasaajvalantim
Sriyamloke Devajustamudharam
Tam Padmineemim Saranamaham
Prapadye Alakshmeerye
Nasyatam twaam vrine
Sloka 5
I invoke Mahalakshmi Who shines like the full moon and like lightening. Her fame is all-pervading. Denizens of heaven constantly worship Her. She is minificent. Her benevolent hands are like lotuses. I take refuge in Her lotus feet. Let Her destroy my poverty forever. O Mother Mahalakshmi, I take shelter at Your lotus feet.
 
Aadityavarne TapasodhijaatoO
Vanaspatistava Vrikshothabilvaha
Tasya Phalaani Tapassaanudantu
Maayaantaraayaastcha Baahyaa Alakshmehim

Sloka 6
O Universal Mother, shining like the sun, it is through Your penance that the holiest trees of Bilva and Tulasi are born. They symbolize the tree of life. The fruit of that tree of life removes our poverty from both within and without. In other words, bless us with inner light and outer independence and abundance.
 
Upaitumaam Devasakhaha
Keertishtcha Maninaa Saham
Praddour-booto smit rastresmin
Keerthimrudhim dadaatume

Sloka 7
O Devi, the great Goddess, with Your blessings let Kubera, the treasurer of the gods; his friend, Manibhadra, the protector of wealth, and Keerti, the goddess of fame who was the daughter of Daksha Prajapati.
 
Ksutipaasaamalaam JyesthaAm
Alakshreem naasayaamyaham
Abhootimasamriddhim cha
Sarvadh Nirmuda me grihaat

Sloka 8
That goddess of hunger and thirst, one who is reduced to a skeleton; I would like the death of the goddess of poverty. O Mahalakshmi, may You kindly drive away any fear of poverty and inauspiciousness from my home. In other words, bless me always with abundance and joy.
 
Gandhadvaraam duradharshaam
Nitya Pushtaam Karishineem
Eesvareehim sarvabhoottaanaam
Taamihopahvaye Sriyam
Sloka 9
I invoke that supreme Goddess Lakshmi to dwell in my home forever. She is the supreme power of protection and Goddess of all the universes and cosmic elements. She is Mother Earth, the bestower of great contentment. Her blessings are bringing us the fragrance of the sandalwood paste. May that Ishwari be ever present in me.
Manashaha-Kaamamaakootim
Vaachasatya masheemahi
Pashoonam Roopamanasya
Mayi Sreesrayataam Yasaha
Sloka 10
May Mahalakshmi fulfill all my desires. May I attain perfection. May my words come true. May I be bestowed with cattle, wealth, food, milk and honey to share with all. May that Sri Devi come to my home in the form of undying fame.
Kardhamena Prajaabhuttaa Mayi
Sambhava Kardhamam
Sriyam Vaasayame KuleE
Maataram Padma maalineem

Sloka 11
We are the progeny of our forefather, Sage Kardama, who is one of the sons of Goddess Lakshmi. We invoke that Sage Kardama to install in his family the Universal Mother, Mahalakshmi, who is decked with the garland of lotuses. So be it.
Apahasrujantu Snigdhaani Chikleeta
Vasa Me Gruhe
Nicha deveem MaatarahamM Sriyam
Vaasaya Me Kule
Sloka 12
We invoke another son of Lakshmi named Chikleeta. May he dwell in our home and may his mother, Mahalakshmi, dwell in our family.
Ardraam Pushkarineem Pushtim
Pingalaam Padmamalineem
Chandramm Hirnamayeem LakshmeEm
Jaatavedo Mamaavaha
Sloka 13
O Agni, may You propitiate Mahalakshmi, the destroyer of demons but merciful to Her devotees, abode of auspiciousness, bestower of total protection, extraordinarily beautiful, bedecked with valuable ornaments, shining like a thousand suns; may that Hiranmayi, the golden colored Goddess, be pleased with us.
Ardraam Yah-Karineem yastiIm
Survarnaam Hemamaalineem
Sooruyamm Hirnamayeem LakshmeEm
Jaatavedo Mamaavaha
Sloka 14
O Agni, the fire-god, I once again pray unto you to invoke the presence of the Lakshmi Devi with us. The Mother Who is merciful blessings with Her lotus hand. May that yellow-clad, lotus-garlanded, moon-faced Goddess shower Her choicest cup of blessings upon us.
Taama Aavaah JaatavedoO
Lakshmmeemanapa-gamineem
Yasyam Hiranyam Prabhootam Gaavo
Daasyoshvam Vindeyam Purushanaham
Sloka 15
O Agni, please pray to that Lakshmi that we should be blessed with inexhaustible wealth. May that wealth bring that greatest joy and peace along with all material comforts of cows, servants, horses, family and good children, and the highest of all, freedom.
Om Mahalakshmi cha Vidmahe Vishnu
Patnyaicha Dhimahi
Taano LakshmihiprachodayaAta
Om Shanti Shanti Shantihi
Sloka 16
Let that Mahalakshmi be invoked on Whom I meditate upon, Who is the consort of Lord Vishnu, the Supreme Mother. Let peace prevail everywhere.


Lakshmi Bhagwati
Goddess Lakshmi or “Sri Devi” is the consort of Vishnu. She is the Goddess of wealth and prosperity. Wealth includes nobler values of life, power of mind and intellect, moral, and ethical qualities that constitute the spiritual wealth.
Fridays are considered auspicious for Lakshmi puja. The Friday before the full moon in the Hindu month of ‘Sravan’ or ‘Shravan’ (August-September) is considered especially sacred and Varalakshmi Vrata (puja for boons and longevity) is performed on that day by women whose husband’s are still alive. Lord Shiva describes the glory of this Vrata in the “Skanda Purana”.
Lakshmi-The Goddess Of Wealth And Wisdom
Hindu Goddess Lakshmi not only bestows wealth and all sorts of material prosperity, but also imparts divine wisdom to all Her devotees. She is “Vidya Shakti” and She is the one who introduces Her devotees to Her Lord for their salvation.
Goddess Maha Lakshmi is the power of “Lord Narayana” who is also known as Lord Vishnu or Lord Hari. Narayana is God’s aspect of preservation. He is an embodiment of “Shuddha Sattwa”. Lakshmi is His causal body. She is ‘Maya’, the illusory power of Nature. She deludes the whole world by Her veiling power and projects it through Her projecting power. She Herself as Vidya-Lakshmi enlightens the spiritual aspirant. Beauty, grace, a picturesque scenery or charming landscape, modesty, love, prosperity, music, the five elements and their combinations, the internal organs, mind, ‘Prana’, intellect – all these are Her manifestations.
Without Lakshmi even ‘Sannyasins’ cannot do propaganda or preaching work or run their institutions. They are in fact more in need of Lakshmi than the house – holders because they have to do great dynamic work for human weal. Sri Shankara worshipped Devi, Lakshmi and Saraswathi for success in his work. All great prophets and divine messengers who have done great spiritual work in the past were devotees of Mother Lakshmi, Devi and Saraswathi.
The Festivity
After a purificatory bath, the lady performing the puja should put on a clean, fresh cloth and make a mandala (place where the puja is performed) with the drawing of a lotus upon it. A kalasha (pot) filled with rice and topped with fresh mango leaves, a coconut and cloth are placed on the mandala and Lakshmi is invoked therein. Fresh grains are used in the worship as they convey the idea of growth and prosperity.
After the worship of the kalasha, follows the worship of Ganesha, then the worship of the ‘Raksha’ or the sacred thread. Now the main worship of Vara Lakshmi begins and the ‘Raksha’ is worshipped a second time and is then tied to the right hand of the lady who is performing the puja. Special varieties of sweets like ‘Paayasam’ and ‘Laddu’, fruits, milk etc are offered to the goddess.
She is worshipped with different varieties of flowers like Lotus, Jasmine, Marigold etc. Many devotees buy gold ornaments on this day and place it near the goddess and take her blessings. After the worship various auspicious articles are given as charity to some deserving ladies whose husband’s are alive.
Jabali Muni.
 
Sarve    Bhavantu    Sukhinah,       Sarve     Santu    Niraamayaa
Sarve Bhadraani Pashyantu, Maa kascchid Dukh bhaagbhavet

May all become happy, may all be free from disease;  May there be nothing but auspiciousness in everyone’s lives; May no one undergo pain or suffering.

 

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சர்க்கரை நோய்க்கு மாத்திரை வேண்டாம், ஊசி வேண்டாம். முயற்சி செய்து பாருங்களேன்: ஒரு மாதத்தில் சர்க்கரை நோய் உங்களை விட்டு ஓடிவிடும்! ! ! !

சர்க்கரை நோய் உள்ளவர்கள் கவனிக்கவும்: let’s try
வரக்கொத்தமல்லி –அரை கிலோ
வெந்தயம் —கால கிலோ
தனித்தனியா மேற்கண்டவற்றை பொன்னிறமாக வறுத்து தனித்தையாக பொடி செய்து இரண்டையும் நன்கு கலக்கவும்.

(வரக்கொத்தமால்லி என்பது மளிகைக்கடையில் மிளகாய் மல்லி என்று கேட்டு வாங்குவதில் உள்ள கொத்தமல்லியே. இது புரிந்துகொள்வதற்காக).

கலந்த பொடியில் இரண்டு டீஸ்பூன் பொடியை இரண்டு டம்ளர் (இருநூறு மில்லி ) குடிநீரில் கொதிக்க வைத்து ஒரு தம்லராக சுண்டக் காய்ச்சவும். பின்பு வடிகட்டி மூன்று வேலைகளுக்கு சாப்பாட்டிற்கு முக்கால் மணி முன்பாக சப்ப்பிட்டு வரவும்.

இதைச் செய்தவுடன் குறைந்தது முக்கால் மணி நேரம் வேறு எதையும்(குடிநீர் தவிர) உண்ணக்கூடாது.

ஒரு மாதத்தில் சர்க்கரை நோய் உங்களை விட்டு ஓடிவிடும். சர்க்கரை உங்கள் ரத்தத்தில் உள்ள அளவை ஒரு வார இடைவெளியில் இம்மருந்து சாப்பிடும் முன்பாகவும் பின்பாகவும் பரிசோதனைக்கூட சோதனையில் உறுதி செய்யுங்களேன்.

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