Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Ganesh Chaturthi 2010 - Date of Ganesh Chaturthi Festival 2010

Ganesh Chaturthi 2010 Festival Date: In Hindu beliefs Ganesh Chaturthi or Vinayak Chaturthi is celebreat as birth day or Jayanti of Lord Ganesha. It is one of the hugly celebreated festival of India. It is mostly celebrated in Mumbai, Maharashtra on large scale. This year Ganesh Chaturthi observed on 11 September, 2010. Lord Ganesha also know as Vignahata, Gajanana, Ganapati, and Vinayaka.

Ganesh Chaturthi is fully dedicated to lord Ganesha and celebret for 10 days from Ganesh Chaturthi (Date 11 september, 2011) to Ananta Chaturthi (date 22 September, 2010). On Ananta Chaturthi day all the devotee of lord Ganesha immerse (Visarjan) the idol of Lord Ganesha.

Monday, August 30, 2010

10 Names of Lord Krishna: Meaning and Names of Lord Krishna

Lord Krishna 10 Names and Meaning: Lord Krishna was the eighth incarnation of Lord Vishnu, took birth for a porpus to kill his maternal uncle Kansa. According to Hidu beliefs Lord Krishan was very lovely, Handsome, Naughty, and very clever boy. In Hindu teals he was very naughty boy in his childhood. He plays many role and kill many demons in his childhood.

Famous Names of Lord Krishna: 10 Different Name of Krishna.

Balgopal (the child Krishna),
Dwarkapati (Lord of Dwarka),
Govinda (One who pleases the Cows and the Nature),
Keshava (One Who Has Long, Black Matted Locks),
Krishna (Dark-Complexioned Lord),
Murlidhar (One Who Holds the Flute),
Shyam (Dark-Complexioned Lord),
Vasudev (All Prevailing Lord )
Achala (Still Lord),
Achyuta (Infallible Lord),

Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Hindu Festival 2010 - Hindu Festivals in September to December 2010

Hindu auspicious day and festival dates in 2010 or Hindu festival calendar of 2010 list is given below. Shri Krishna Janmashtami, Hartalika Teej, Ganesh Chaturthi, Ananta Chaturdashi, Durga Navratri, Lalitha Panchami, Durgashtami, Bathukamma Panduga, Mahanavami, Vijaya Dashami or Dasara, Kojagari Purnima Lakshmi Puja, Karva Chauth, Dhanteras, Diwali, Guajarati New Year, Chhat Puja, Tulsi Vivah, Kartik Purnima and Gita Jayanti are major auspicious day and festivals observe and celebrated on these month September, October, November and December 2010. Many other important festivals from there respective region are celebrated to there regional Panchang. Hre you will get a major list of Hindu auspicious day and Festivals which will celebreted from September, October, NOvember, December 2010.

September 2010 auspicious days and Festivals:

* 1st September 2010 - Sri Krishna Janmashtami
* 8 September 2010 - Amavasi
* 10th September 2010 - Hartalika Teej
* 11th September 2010 - Ganesh Chaturthi
* 12th September 2010 - Rushi Panchami
* 22nd September 2010 - Anant Chaturdasi
* 23 September 2010 - Poornima

October 2010 auspicious days and Festivals:

* 7 October 2010 - Amavasya
* 8 October 2010 - Navratri 2010 starts, Durga Navaratri or Maha Sharad Navratras 2010
* 11th October 2010 - Lalita Panchami
* 15th October 2010 - Durga Ashtami
* 15th October 2010 - Bathukamma 2010 – Bathukamma Festival
* 16th October 2010 - Mahanavami
* 17th October 2010 - Dasara
* 17th October 2010 - Vijaya Dasami
* 17th October 2010 - Navratri 2010 ends
* 22nd October 2010 - Kojagari Purnima, 2010 – Kojagari Lakshmi Puja
* 22nd October 2010 - Sharad Purnima
* 26th October 2010 - Karwa Chauth 2010

November 2010 auspicious days and Festivals:

* 3rd November 2010 Dhantrayodashi, Dhanteras 2010
* 5th November 2010 Diwali
* 6th November 2010 Annakut
* 6th November 2010 Shani Amavasi
* 7th November 2010 Gujarati New Year
* 7th November 2010 Bhai Dooj
* 11th November 2010 Chhat Puja
* 17th November 2010 Tulsi Vivah , Ksheerabdi Dwadasi
* 21 November 2010 Kartik Purnima
* 21 November 2010 Bhakteshwara Vratam
* 21 November 2010 Maha Raas
* 21 November 2010 Kartika Jwalathoranam

December 2010 auspicious days and festivals:

* 5th December 2010 Amavasya
* 17th December 2010 Gita Jayanti
* 21 December 2010 Margashirsh Purnima

Thursday, August 19, 2010

Photos Onam Pookalam: Floral Design

Onam Pookalam design pictures photos. Here you will find latest floral design photos which is all dedicated to Onam festival. Onam Pookalam celebrets in kerala state, India. it is the femous festival of kerala. In 2010, Onam festival is on Auguest 23.

Latest Onam Pookalam Photos Designs.

Janmashtami 2010: Shri Krishna Jayanti 2010 or Janmashtami

Shri Krishna Janmashtami 2010: According to the hindu trditional calendar, Shri Krishna Janmashtami or Krishna Jayanti is observed on the eight day of the Shukla paksha of Bhadrapad Month. It is the birthday of most popular HIndu God Lord Shri Krishan. Janmashtami or Krishna Jaynti also know as Gokulashtami. In 2010 Shri Krishna Jayanti celebration date is September 1, 2010 in north India and other part of India the date is September 2, 2010.

Janmashtami is famous festival in Maharastra and know as Dahi Hand Festival. On the Shri Krishna Jayanti, Gangs of boy walk around the city and break the traditional Dahi Handi.

Janmasthami according to The Smartha Sects: 1 September 2010.
Janmashtami according to Vaishnava Sects: 2 September 2010.

On this day peoples held Special worships or Pujas and Kiratan all nights in Temples, and they make fast and break it in midnight. God Krishna’s temples are decorated in the grand style and numerous religious programs are organized. Some episodes from Krishna’s life are enacted by children. In the midnight, when Krishna took birth, special worships are performed to Krishna and sweets (prasad) and panchamrit are distributed in the midnight.

Shri Krishna Janmashtami or Gokulashtami: Birthday of Lord Krishna

Janmashtami the Birthday of shri Krishna: Janmashtami is also known as Gokulashtami or Krishnashtami. It is the birthday of Hindu god Shri Krishna. Lord Krishna was born to king Vasudeva and Devaki in Kansa’s jail in midnight, on the eighth day of the second fortnight in the month of Shravana. Shri Krishna is considered the eighth incarnation of Lord Vishnu and one of the most famous gods of Hindu religion. He is considered to be the lord Vishnu’s most glorious incarnations. He was born in the 'Rohini' nakshatram (star). Krishna was born on a dark, stormy and windy night to end the rule and atrocities of his maternal uncle Kansa. Kansa was a demon, who tortured sages and his subjects. He made numerous plans to kill Krishna, but he never succeeded in his missions.

As shri Krishna appeared himself in the midnight, he was transferred to Gokul, where he spent his childhood with his friends under the guidance of Nand Baba and Yashoda. In his childhood, he killed and restored many demons. The main objective of Krishna’s birth was to demolish the demon Kansa and other evil powers of that time. He appeared on the earth approximately 5,227 years ago.

Janmashtami or Krishna Jayanti Puja: How to worship

How to worship Janmashtami or Krishna jayanti? Don't worry here i will give you 27 ways to worship (Puja) Janmashtami or Krisha Jayanti. Speak all chants step by step and feel krishna in you soul.

Steps of Worshiping (Puja) Lord Krishna on Janmashtamin Day.

1 step of Puja:- Dhyaanam Samarpayami (Think or meditate on the Lord)
2 step of Puja:- Aawaahanam Samarpayami (Invite the Lord into your home/heart)
3 step of Puja:- Aasanam Samarpayami (Offer a seat)
4 step of Puja:- Paadyam Samarpayami (Offer water to wash the feet)
5 step of Puja:- Arghyam Samarpayami (Offer water to wash the hands)
6 step of Puja:- Aachamaneeyam Samarpayami (Offer water to drink)
7 step of Puja:- Snaanam Samarpayami (Give bath)
8 step of Puja:- Maha Abhishekam Samarpayami (Main head bath)
9 step of Puja:- Pratishtaapayaami (Make Him seated)
10 step of Puja:- Vasthram Samarpayami (Offer clothes)
11 step of Puja:- Yajnopaveetham Samarpayami (Offer the Holy Thread)
12 step of Puja:- Gandham Samarpayami (Offer sandlewood paste/powder
13 step of Puja:- Akshatham Samarpayami (Offer Akshatha (rice))
14 step of Puja:- Pushpam Samarpayami (Offer flowers)
15 step of Puja:- Ashthothtra Poojam Samarpayami (Say the holy names of the Lord)
16 step of Puja:- Dhoopam Aaghraapayaami (Offer fragrance)
17 step of Puja:- Deepam Darshayaami (Offer light)
18 step of Puja:- Neivedyam Samarpayami (Offer food)
19 step of Puja:- Phalam Samarpayami (Offer fruits)
20 step of Puja:- Taamboolam Samarpayami (Offer betel nut and leaves )
21 step of Puja:- Dakshinam Samarpayami (Offer wealth)
22 step of Puja:- Maha Nirajanam Samarpayami (Perform aarti)
23 step of Puja:- Pradakshinam Samarpayami (Continue aarti)
24 step of Puja:- Namaskaram Samarpayami (Prostrate before Him)
25 step of Puja:- Mantra Pushpam Samarpayami (Offer incantations and flowers)
26 step of Puja:- Praarthanaam Samarpayami (Offer prayers, request your desires)
27 step of Puja:- Kshamaapanam Samarpayami (Admit wrongdoings and ask for forgiveness)

Wednesday, August 18, 2010

Onam 2010 Date: Thiru Onam 2010, Auspicious Festival of Kerala

Onam 2010 Date:- Onam is most popular and biggest festival of Kerala, India. which is also calles Thiru Onam. The Onam or Thiru Onam festival is celebrated in August - September according to Malayalam month Chingam. In 2010 Thiru Onam date is 23 Auguest, Monday. According to earlyer Beliefs, during the four days of onam or Thiru Onam festival, the Asura (demon King) King Mahabali comes to visit the state Kerala. This festival is the welcome to the demon king Mahabali.

Tiru Onam is traditionally a harvest festival. Onam is celebrated for ten days. during the ten day kerala people and children prepare many floral carpet design in front of there house, which is called Ona-Pookkalam and it is welcome preparation for Demon King Mahabali. The preparation for onam being from Atham Nakshatram day. Kerala people held many events and games, and celebrate all the days with many cultural events.

Bhadra Month 2010 and Auspicious days in Bhadra Month

Bhadra Month 2010:-Bhadra Masha or Bhadra Month is the fifth month in Bengali Calendar, It is the traditional Bangali calendar and followed in West Bangal. Bangali Bhadra Month or Bhadra Mash start on 18 th Auguest, 2010 and ends on 17 th September, 2010. This is the 1417 calendar year in Bangali calendar.

Festivals and auspicious days in Bhadra Month 2010:- Bhadra MOnth is a type of festival very highly considered as auspicious time in West Bangal. Here are the list of Bangali festivals and auspicious days in Bhadra Month 2010.

Jhulan Yatra (August 19 to August 24, 2010),
Rakhi Purnima (August 24),
Manasa Devi Ashtang Puja (August 29, 2010),
September 1, 2010 (Janmashtami),
September 11, 2010 (Ganesh Chaturthi)
September 15, 2010 (Radha Ashtami)
September 17, 2010 (Bishwakarma Puja)

Purnima day in Bhadra month in 2010 is on August 24.

The Amabashya in Bhadrapad Mash is on September 8.

The two Ekadashis in the month are on August 20, 2010 and September 4.

Monday, August 16, 2010

Lord Radha Krishna Pictures, Beautiful Lord Radha Krishna Posters: Hindu Religion

Lord Radha Krishan :-Find Beautiful Posters and Pictures of Lord Radha and Krishna. All posters and pictures in various style and recreated posters. Here you will get beautiful Radha Krishna Pictures and posters in various form like Love pictures and other.

Beautiful Love Pictures of Lord Radha Krishna


Hindu Festivals and Auspicious Days in September 2010

Dates of Auspicious Days and festival in september 2010, which is related to hinduism (Hndu Religion). All the Auspicious dates based on magor hindu calendars and Indian Standard Time(IST), which is used in India.

September 2010 - Hindu Festivals and Auspicious Days.

September 1, 2010 – Sri Krishna Jayanti (Janmashtami) in East, West and South India

September 1, 2010 – Shitala Satam in Gujarat

September 2, 2010 – Sri Krishna Jayanti in Gujarat and North India (Janmashtami)

September 2, 2010 – Gopalakala – Dahi Handi

September 3, 2010 – Goga Navami

September 4, 2010 – Amla Ekadasi (Orissa) – Aja Ekadasi (Smarta)

September 5, 2010 – Aja Ekadasi (Vaishnava)

September 6, 2010 – Som Pradosh

September 7, 2010 – Mahakal Bhairav Puja

September 8, 2010 – Amavasya

September 9, 2010 – Bhadrapad month begins in Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka and Gujarat

September 10, 2010 – Bali Tritiya in Orissa

September 10, 2010 – Hartalika Teej

September 10, 2010 – Varaha Jayanti

September 10, 2010 – Samaveda Upakarma

September 11, 2010 – Ganesh Chaturthi

September 12, 2010 – Nuakhai in Orissa

September 12, 2010 – Sama Pancham

September 12, 2010, 2010 – Rishi Panchami

September 13, 2010 – Sashti Vrata / Surya Sashti in North India

September 15, 2010 – Radha Ashtami

September 15, 2010 - Jyeshta Gauri Puja

September 17, 2010 – Kanni Masam begins in Kerala (Sabarimala Temple open from September 16 evening to September 21)

September 17, 2010 – Tamil Month Puratasi begins

September 17, 2010 – Bishwakarma Puja

September 18, 2010 – Aashain month begins in Bengal

September 18, 2010 – Parsva Ekadasi (Smarta)

September 19, 2010 – Parsaparivartini Ekadasi

September 19, 2010 – Vaman Jayanti

September 20, 2010 – Pradosh Vrat

September 22, 2010 – Ananta Chaturdashi

September 23, 2010 – Purnima/full moon day (Purnima begins on September 22 in South)

September 23, 2010 – Purnima Mahalya Shradh

September 24, 2010 – Ashwin month begins in North Indian calendars

September 24, 2010 – Mahalya Pitru Paksha Shradh begins – Pratipada Shradh

September 25, 2010 – Dwitiya Shradh

September 26, 2010 – Tritiya Shradh

September 26, 2010 – Sankashti Chaturthi Vrat

September 27, 2010 – Chaturthi Shradh

September 28, 2010 – Panchami Shradh

September 29, 2010 – Sashti Shradh

September 30, 2010 – Saptami Shradh

Saturday, August 14, 2010

How to be a Shiny, Happy Person - Enlighten Yourself

Enlighten Yourself and be happy and shiny :-In today’s life where everyday is a new challenge it is difficult to be happy all time. Therefore, it is important for one to train oneself and learn to be a happy person. Every time we believe in our self is just like believing in God who too believe in us. When we believe that all is for our best, it will change our attitude towards our life.

It is necessary that you feel happiness from within as when you pretend to be a happy person when in actual you are not happy this will make you more unhappy person instead of a happy person. In addition, you will find it difficult to accept the reality.

In order to face reality, it is good to know thyself and trust thyself.

Even if something is wrong in your life or may be, everything is going wrong in your life know thyself and trust thyself. If you resist accepting this reality, you will not be able to be a happy person. To be a happy person you need to really feel life and enjoy every moment. Learn to accept that everything will be fine and may be you can repeat the mantra from movie 3 idiots “Aal Izz Well”.

We humans have tendency to run away from reality or to take a shortcuts. Hence, please avoid taking shortcuts and escaping from the situation. Instead, face reality and take the challenge. When you do this regularly, you will gain inner confidence. Sooner you will trust yourself and will be a shiny, happy person.

Raksha Bandhan or Rakhi Purnima - Raksha Bandhan Festival Date 2010

Every body want to know, when is Raksha Bandhan or Rakhi Purnima date falls this year 2010?

Raksha Bandhan or Rakhi Purnima is a aspicious festival which is comes in shravan month on Shravan Purnima. This Year 2010 Rakasha Bandhan Festival Date is Auguest 24, Tuesday. It celebrated on Shravan Purnima, which is comes on full moon day in Shravan Month (Mostly in Auguest). This festival showes the affection and love between sister and brother.

Rakasha Bandhan or Rakhi Purnima in diffrent part of India.

Rakhi Purnima festival celebreat in India whit their differnt name and rituals, A very short list given below.

Maharashra - Narali Purnima.
Gujarat - Pavitropana
Central Region of India - Kajari Purnima
Andhra Pradesh - Jandhyala Purnima
Tamil Nadu and Kerala - Avani Avittam

Happy Raksha Bandhan to All Visitors.

Friday, August 13, 2010

Raksha Bandhan Festival - Celebrate Raksha Bandhan Festival

Raksha Bandhan is a holy festival in Hinduism celebrating in associated of Sisters and Brothers love. This famous Raksha Bandhan festival is celebrating in the month of Shravana (Shravan purnima) on the full moon day. India is a big country in which festival are many more and Raksha Bandhan is a part always come in month of august.

Raksha Bandhan is celebrated almost whole India. In foreign, some are also take part in celebrate. It is not necessary that the Rakhi can wear on wrist only to his blood brother; any people can accept this as a brother by tying a Rakhi on the person, (which are blood brothers and sisters, whether they are cousins or a good friend).

Meaning of Raksha Bandhan :
Raksha’ means protection, and ‘Bandhan’ here means to tie. So sister ties ‘Rakhi’ on her brother’s wrist and brother pledge to protect her from any danger. At last brother gives a gift known as Rakshabandhan gift. The festival is also known as Narial Poornima in Maharashtra. This 2010 year festival will come in 24 august. So enjoy it happily.

Happy Raksha Bandhan

Tuesday, August 10, 2010

Maa Vaishno Devi Aarti: Goddess Vaishno Devi Aarti in English

Maa Vaishno Devi temple is the most popular pilgrim of goddess Vaishno Devi in India, Here you will get the Aarti of Maa Vaishno Devi. This prayer recites the love and dedication by devotee of Maa Vaishno Devi.

Maa Vaishno Devi Aarti in English:

Jai Vaishno Mata, Maiya Jai Vaishno Mata l Haath Jod Tere Aage, Aarti Mai Gaata ll
Jai Vaishno Mata, Maiya Jai Vaishno Mata l
Shish Pe Chhatra Biraaje, Muratiya Pyaari l Gangaa Bahati Charanan, Jyoti Jage Nyaari ll
Jai Vaishno Mata, Maiya Jai Vaishno Mata l
Brahma Ved Padhe Nit Dvaare, Shankar Dhyaan Dhare l Sevak Chanvar Dulaavat, Naarad Nritya Kare ll
Jai Vaishno Mata, Maiya Jai Vaishno Mata l
Sundar Gufa Tumhaari, Man Ko Ati Bhaave l Baar-Baar Dekhan Ko, Aye Maa Man Chaave ll
Jai Vaishno Mata, Maiya Jai Vaishno Mata l
Bhavan Pe Jhande Jhoole, Ghanta Dhvani Baaje l Uncha Parvat Tera, Mata Priy Laage ll
Jai Vaishno Mata, Maiya Jai Vaishno Mata l
Paan Supaari Dhvaja Naariyal, Bhent Pushp Mevaa l Daas Khade Charano Me, Darshan Do Devaa ll
Jai Vaishno Mata, Maiya Jai Vaishno Mata l
Jo Jan Nishchay Karake, Dvaar Tere Aave l Usaki Ichchha Puran, Mata Ho Jaave ll
Jai Vaishno Mata, Maiya Jai Vaishno Mata l
Itani Stuti Nishadin, Jo Nar Bhi Gaave l Kahate Sevak Dhyaanu, Sukh Sampati Pave ll
Jai Vaishno Mata, Maiya Jai Vaishno Mata l

Saturday, August 7, 2010

Gayatri Aarti - Aarti in English of Goddess Gayatri

Goddess Gayatri Aarti - This is the prayer and love for goddess by their devotee. Goddess Gayatri is portrayed as shinning with unmatched brilliance. She is the mother of the Gods and the holy sacred texts the Vedas.

Goddess Gayatri Aarti and Chant in English -

Aarti Shri Gaayatri Ji Ki l
Gyan Deep Aur Shradhaa Ki Baati l So Bhakti Hi Purti kare Jaha Ghee Ki ll
Aarti ...
Maanas Ki Suchi Thaal Ke Upar l Devi Ki jyoti Jage, Jaha Niki ll
Shudh Manorath Ke jaha ghanta l Baaje Kare Paari aasahu Hi Ki ll
Jaake samaksh Hume Tihu Lok Ke l Gaddhi Mile Tabhu Lage Fiki ll
Aarti ...
Sankat Aave Na Paas Kabo Tinhe l Sampada Aur Sukh Ki Bane Liki ll
Aarti Prem So Nem So Kari l Dhyavahi Murti Bramha Lali Ki ll

Om Bhuurbhuvah Swah Tatsviturvarenyam l
Bhargo Devasy Dhiimahi Dhiyo Yo Nah Prachodayaat ll

Thursday, August 5, 2010

God Shiva: Lord Shiva Aarti in Hindi

This Aarti is dedicated to Lord Shiva and sung by Hindus all over the world.

 Lord Shiva Aarti in Hindi:

जय शिव ओंकारा, ॐ जय शिव ओंकारा । ब्रह्मा, विष्णु, सदाशिव, अर्द्धांगी धारा ॥
जय शिव ओंकारा, ॐ जय शिव ओंकारा ।
एकानन चतुरानन पंचानन राजे । हंसासन गरूड़ासन वृषवाहन साजे ॥
जय शिव ओंकारा, ॐ जय शिव ओंकारा ।
दो भुज चार चतुर्भुज दसभुज अति सोहे । त्रिगुण रूप निरखते त्रिभुवन जन मोहे ॥
जय शिव ओंकारा, ॐ जय शिव ओंकारा ।
अक्षमाला वनमाला मुण्डमाला धारी । त्रिपुरारी कंसारी कर माला धारी ॥
जय शिव ओंकारा, ॐ जय शिव ओंकारा ।
श्वेतांबर पीतांबर बाघंबर अंगे । सनकादिक गरुणादिक भूतादिक संगे ॥
जय शिव ओंकारा, ॐ जय शिव ओंकारा ।
कर के मध्य कमंडलु चक्र त्रिशूलधारी । सुखकारी दुखहारी जगपालन कारी ॥
जय शिव ओंकारा, ॐ जय शिव ओंकारा ।
ब्रह्मा विष्णु सदाशिव जानत अविवेका । प्रणवाक्षर में शोभित ये तीनों एका ॥
जय शिव ओंकारा, ॐ जय शिव ओंकारा ।
लक्ष्मी व सावित्री पार्वती संगा । पार्वती अर्द्धांगी, शिवलहरी गंगा ॥
जय शिव ओंकारा, ॐ जय शिव ओंकारा ।
पर्वत सोहैं पार्वती, शंकर कैलासा । भांग धतूर का भोजन, भस्मी में वासा ॥
जय शिव ओंकारा, ॐ जय शिव ओंकारा ।
जटा में गंग बहत है, गल मुण्डन माला । शेष नाग लिपटावत, ओढ़त मृगछाला ॥
जय शिव ओंकारा, ॐ जय शिव ओंकारा ।
काशी में विराजे विश्वनाथ, नंदी ब्रह्मचारी । नित उठ दर्शन पावत, महिमा अति भारी ॥
जय शिव ओंकारा, ॐ जय शिव ओंकारा ।
त्रिगुणस्वामी जी की आरति जो कोइ नर गावे । कहत शिवानंद स्वामी सुख संपति पावे ॥
जय शिव ओंकारा, ॐ जय शिव ओंकारा ।

Lord Shiva Aarti: Hindu Divine God Shiva Aarti in English

Shiva Aarti : Lord Shiva is know as powerful God and third one in Hindu trinity. He is the destroyer and  transformer of the world according to Hindu beliefs. Lord Shiva aarti is recite the kindness and divine power of  lord Shiva. It is sung by Hindus and devotee of Shiva all over the world.

Lord Shiva Aarti in English

Jay Shiv Omkaara,Om Jay Shiv Omkaara l Bramha,Vishnu ,Sadashiv,Ardhangi Dhaara ll
Jay Shiv Omkaara,Om Jay Shiv Omkaara l
Ekaanan Chaturaanan Panchaanan Raje l Hansaanan Garudaasan Vrishvaahan Saaje ll
Jay Shiv Omkaara,Om Jay Shiv Omkaara l
Do Bhuj Chaar Chaturbhuj Dasamukh Ati Sohe l Trigun Rup Nirakhate Tribhuvan Jan Mohe ll
Jay Shiv Omkaara,Om Jay Shiv Omkaara l
kshamaala Vanamaala Mundamaala Dhaari l Tripuraari Kansaari Kar Maala Dhaari ll
Jay Shiv Omkaara,Om Jay Shiv Omkaara l
Shvetambar Pitambar Baaghambar Ange l Sanakaadik Garunaadik Bhutaadik Sange ll
Jay Shiv Omkaara,Om Jay Shiv Omkaara l
Kar Ke Madhy Kamandalu Charka Trishuladhaari l Sukhakaari Dukhahaari Jagapaalan Kaari ll
Jay Shiv Omkaara,Om Jay Shiv Omkaara l
Bramha Vishnu Sadaashiv Jaanat Aviveka l Pranavaakshar Mein Shobhit Ye Tino Ekaa ll
Jay Shiv Omkaara,Om Jay Shiv Omkaara l
Lakshmi Va Saavitri Paarvati Sangaa l Paarvati Ardhaangi, Shivalahari Gangaa ll
Jay Shiv Omkaara,Om Jay Shiv Omkaara l
Parvat Sohe Parvati, Shankar Kailasa l Bhang Dhatur Ka Bhojan, Bhasmi Mein Vaasa ll
Jay Shiv Omkaara,Om Jay Shiv Omkaara l
Jataa Me Gang Bahat Hai, Gal Mundan Maala l Shesh Naag Lipataavat, Odhat Mrugachaala ll
Jay Shiv Omkaara,Om Jay Shiv Omkaara l
Kashi Me Viraaje Vishvanaath, Nandi Bramhchaari l Nit Uthh Darshan Paavat, Mahimaa Ati Bhaari ll
Jay Shiv Omkaara,Om Jay Shiv Omkaara l
Trigunasvamiji Ki Aarti Jo Koi Nar Gave l Kahat Shivanand Svami Sukh Sampati Pave ll
Jay Shiv Omkaara,Om Jay Shiv Omkaara l

Maa Kali Aarti: Goddess Kali Aarti in English

This Aarti is dedicated to maa Kali. It is sung by Hindus all over the world when they are praying maa Kali at there home or in the temple.In Hindu beliefs Goddess Kali is as powerful goddess all over.

Maa Kali Aarti in English

Ambe Tu Hai Jagdambe Kali Jai Durga Khappar Wali l
Tere Hi Gun Gayen Bharti,O Maiya Hum Sab Utare Teri Aarti ll
Tere Bhakt Jano Pe Mata Bheer Padi Hai Bhari l
Danav Dal Par Toot Pado Maa Karke Sinh Savar ll
Sou Sou Sinho Se Hai Balshali Hai Dus Bhujaon Wali l
Dukhion Ke Dukhde Niwarti,O Maiya Hum Sab Utare Teri Aarti ll
Maan Bête Ka Hai Is Jug Main Bada Hi Nirmal Nata l
Poot Kapoot Sune Hain Par Na Mata Suni Kumata ll
Sub Pe Karuna Darsane Wali Amrit Barsane Wali l
Dukhion Ke Dukhde Niwarti,O Maiya Hum Sab Utare Teri Aarti ll
Nahin Mangte Dhan Aur Daulat Na Chandi Na Sona l
Hum To Mange Tere Man Main Ek Chhota Sa Kona ll
Sub Ki Bigdi Banane Wali Laaj Bachane Wali l
Sathiyon Ke Sat Ko Sanvarti,O Maiya Hum Sab Utare Teri Aarti ll
Ambe Tu Hai Jagdambe Kali Jai Durga Khappar Wali l
Tere Hi Gun Gayen Bharti,O Maiya Hum Sab Utare Teri Aarti ll

Wednesday, August 4, 2010

Hindu God Shiva : Shiva The Destroyer or transformer of the Trimurti

Lord Shiva meaning "auspicious one" is a major Hindu deity (God), and the Destroyer or transformer of the Trimurti, the Hindu Trinity of the primary aspects of the divine. Lord Shiva is very Powerful Gracious god also known as Bhola and many names. Shiva is usually worshipped in the abstract form of Shiva linga. In images, he is generally represented as immersed in deep meditation or dancing the Tandava upon Apasmara Purusha, the demon of ignorance in his manifestation of Nataraja, the lord of the dance. Lord Siva wears a deer in the left upper hand. He has Trident in the right lower arm and has fire and Damaru and Malu or a kind of weapon. He wears five serpents as ornaments. He wears a garland of skulls. He is pressing with His feet the demon Muyalaka, a dwarf holding a cobra. He faces south. Panchakshara itself is His body. He has three eyes in which two is simple but, third was powerful, believe in Hinduism that it can destroy whole world.

God Shiva had two wives namely as Ganga and Parwati. Ganapati and Kartikey was two son of Lord Shiva in which Ganapati was rider of Mouse (really mouse was demon, has lot of power but changed by Ganapati powers and Kartikey was rider of peacock.

Shiva body is looks like blue color due to once up on a time he drank a Halala poison for save world. So he also has known as “Neelkanth”. At last Shiva is deities in Hinduism and powerful gracious god, mostly specially people’s worshipped in month of August in Savan Somvar, has fast in this time as pray a lot.