- Posted: January 09, 2020
Gomti Chakras, also known as Sudarshan Chakra as it resembles the divine weapon of Lord Shri Krishna, are found in Gomti River in Dwarka, a part of Gujarat in India, and are highly revered as one of the dearests to the Goddess of wealth, prosperity and fortune, Maa Lakshmi.
Also known as Cat’s Eye shell, Naag Chakra or Cow’s eye shell, Gomti Chakras are used in several traditional occult, spiritual and tantrik practices to attract immense abundance, health & overall prosperity.Read more »
- Posted: November 11, 2019Read more »
- Posted: October 15, 2019
Diwali or Deepavali means a row of lights, or lamps specifically. It signifies the triumph of good over evil, of righteousness over treachery, of truth over falsehood, and of light over darknessRead more »
We all know that desi ghee diyas were lit in the entire Ayodhya to welcome LORD RAM on his return. The entire city was rejoicing with colours and lights. But there is no proof that Fire Crackers were used for the same.
- Posted: September 12, 2019
Bhoj Patra has been used by the priests and the Sadhus from last 2100 years for writing mantras and Sholkas. It has been recorded that Raja Vikramaditya used the Bhoj Patra for writing Mantras. It was only when the Mughals introduced paper, little became the use of Bhoj Patra. As its nature it is easy to tear but does not easily spoil in the water.
Till about 50 odd years ago, Merchants and the Traders used Bhoj Patra to write mantras and make Swastiks during Diwali and Laxmi Puja and leave it overnight after the Puja.Read more »
- Posted: September 11, 2019
Kamakhya Devi’s Sindoor is known for its power to remove and heal black magic. Three days after the Ambubachi Mela, the indoor is distributed amongst tantrums, pandits and black magic practitioners. The sindoor is believed to attract positive energy and wealth as well as helps avoid bhoot prêt badha and witchcraft. The sindoor provides protection against relationship problems, paranormal beings and career related issues.Read more »
- Posted: September 01, 2019
Hawans can be described as one of the oldest Hindu rituals entailed in the Vedas which in essence are offerings of ghee and a mixture of samagri being offered to the Agni dev, the God of Fire. The main motive of performing a Hawan is to purify the soul and environment of the person performing it as well helps in realigning and re-energising the chakras of the performer.Read more »