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Mar 17 14 tweets 3 min read
Vijaya, a medicinal herb stated in Ayurveda, has a vital mentioning in the Shiv Puran. It is one of the five sacred herbs. Several people must have heard about Vijaya as a natural drug substance, but our Rishi Munis praised the herb for its medicinal benefits. The Rishi Munis who ImageImage wrote Vedas examined 5000 herbal plants with benefits keeping Vijaya among the vital herbs.
Vijaya as a Medicine in Ayurveda
Vijaya is one of the main herbs used for treatment in Ayurveda. In allopathy, ethanol acts as a base for medicines. Similarly, Vijaya helps as a base for
Mar 16 5 tweets 2 min read
The temples are the place where people worship the divine lord. The architecture of the temples is more than just a spiritual approach. A lot of science indulges in the construction of these Hindu temples. Hindu Temples are the place where science meets spirituality to attain the highest knowledge to strive for eternity.

Every single facet, the structure created is a science that affects the preachers. Temple architecture is a highly developed science. The Structure of the temple from the placement of pillars to the size of the idols everything
Mar 15 7 tweets 2 min read
The chorus of this song uses the shlokas taken from Sundarkand of Ramayana.

It is a series of Sanskrit shlokas recited by Jambavant to Hanuman to remind Him of his true potential.

1. धीवर प्रसार शौर्य भरा: The brave persevering one, your bravery is taking you forward. 2. उतसारा स्थिरा घम्भीरा: The one who is leaping higher and higher, who is firm and stable and seriously determined.

3. ुग्रामा असामा शौर्या भावा: He is strong, and without an equal in the ability/mentality to fight
Mar 14 5 tweets 2 min read
Valari is a traditional weapon, primarily used by the Tamil people of the Indian subcontinent.The valari actually looks and act as boomerang. The valari (boomerang) was used by #Tamil people in ancient times on battles. The valari is used for protecting cattle from predators, and for war and hunting.

The valari has a long history, dating back to pre-historic times. The valari was very popular in the southern part of #India in its different forms.
Mar 10 6 tweets 2 min read
Agni Puran states that only oil or Ghee (clarified butter) be used in the lamp. In spiritual terms the lamp with Ghee is more spiritually pure than the oil lamp. Generally the use of oil is more prevalent than Ghee. The oil lamp kindles longer in comparison to the ghee lamp. The oil lamp attracts sattvik vibrations spread over a distance of 1 meter while the ghee lamp can attract vibrations spread all over. When the oil lamp stops burning the sattvik impact in the atmosphere is enhanced and lasts for half an hour, whereas for the ghee lamp it is
Mar 9 6 tweets 2 min read
According to Adhi Parva in Mahabharata, Guru Dronacharya (Drona means pot, Acharya means Scholar) was not born in a womb of a woman but he was born in a Drona, a pot made up of sand when Rishi Bhardwaj stored his semen in a pot and kept it in his ashram. After a while, Dronacharya was born. That's why Drona has no mother in Mahabharat. This can be considered as a reference to a similar technique like the use of cloning, test-tube, or artificial womb used today in the modern world.

Similarly, the test-tube technique can be stated on the birth
Mar 1 10 tweets 4 min read
Did you know about the place where Bhagwan #Shiva and mata parvati got married?

The Triyuginarayan temple in Triyuginarayan village located at the confluence of the Sone-Ganga and Mandakini rivers in the Rudraprayag district is of considerable significance because it was the venue chosen for Lord Shiva and Parvati's marriage. The ancient temple is dedicated to Bhagwan Vishnu.Triyuginarayan consists of three words - Tri + Yuga + Narayan.

The word Tri denotes Three, Yuga means era and Narayan refers to Lord Vishnu. This temple has been in existence
Feb 28 8 tweets 3 min read
The Internet has become an active source of false and manipulated content. You must be aware of the knowledge you seek. Many people have misunderstood the real meaning of linga in ‘Shiva Linga.’ The western world has compared linga to a sex organ many times. But, the word linga ImageImage consists of a deeper meaning. The word ‘linga’ in Sanskrit means symbol (chinha). Moreover, the Agama text explains by breaking the literal meaning into two primary pieces where ‘ling’ means to dissolve or destroy whereas ‘ga’ means to emerge or create. The intended meaning is
Feb 27 11 tweets 3 min read
Do you know who formulated the Pythagoras Theorem? You must be thinking about Pythagoras, but if we tell you that it was formulated even before the mathematician stated. The Baudhayana Sulba Sutra in Yajur Veda defines that the area of the diagonal is equal to the sum of the area Image of the perpendicular and base side.

It is widely believed that Baudhayana was a priest and also an architect of very high principles. It is possible that Baudhayana’s interest in Mathematical calculations stemmed more from his work in religious matters rather than an enthusiasm
Feb 27 5 tweets 2 min read
Hawan is a scientific process in which special herbs (Hawan Samagri) are offered in the fire of medicinal woods ignited in a specially designed fire pit called agnikuñda. Many research had been conducted on the process of Hawan and evidence suggested that Yagya reduces ImageImage air pollution generated by increased SO2 and NO2 levels in the atmosphere, along with biological air pollutants such as microorganisms.

In Havan on burning of mango wood, there is zero CO emission. During the process, Medicines and herbs are vaporized by offering them into the
Feb 23 6 tweets 2 min read
Bhagwan Venkateswara’s idol is having a Srivatsam mark on his right chest, which is a permanent part of the Idol. It can be seen embossed, but only on Thursdays, when the jewels are removed completely, leaving the Melchat Vastram, and on Fridays, during Abhishekam and Nijapada Darsanam. The darsan of Vakshathala Lakshmi can be seen if we come very near to Kulasekhara Padi and even from there also, we can only assume the shape of the Lakshmi. Only Archakas can see the Lakshmi on the Chest.

This Lakshmi is called Dvi-bhuja-Vyuha-Lakshmi in Vaikhanasa
Feb 22 5 tweets 3 min read
There are eight siddhis mentioned in our ancient scriptures also known as Ashta Siddhi. The Scriptures also include the abilities gained by the seeker after the attainment of the Ashta Siddhis. The seeker needs to be very disciplined and learn to control the mind as it is not so easy to attain these siddhis. After attaining siddhis, the seeker rises above worldly attachment. Longing for desires of the materialistic world ends. It is said in the scriptures that Mata Sita blessed Hanuman ji that he can grant anyone with Ashta siddhis and nine Nidhis.
Feb 20 5 tweets 1 min read
The spiritual meaning of Namaste is profound. Particularly in Hinduism, Gods are worshiped by closing the eyes and joining the palms in reverence, which indicates the recognition of their divinity. In the Namaskar posture, the joined fingers act as an antenna to assimilate the Chaitanya (Divine consciousness) or the energy transmitted by a Deity. While joining the palms, the fingers must touch each other because leaving space between the fingers will result in the accumulation of energy in that space. This energy will be immediately transmitted in
Feb 19 6 tweets 3 min read
Ancient scriptures depict that rudraksha beads formed by the tears (Aksha) of Lord Shiva (Rudra). Yogi’s, Saints, Sages, and Mystics from India, Nepal, China, and across the world use rudraksha beads for balancing the mind, emotions and creating the proper environment for meditation and peaceful actions to achieve specified goals in life. Overall, #Rudraksha beads are known to help in #meditation, stress relief, healing the body, and cause positive changes.

The Rudraksha seed is a blessing due to its powerful #vibration that protects against all
Feb 17 5 tweets 2 min read
Janaeu Dharan is a custom followed by Brahmins and some Kshatriyas in Hinduism. Janaeu is a sacred white thread worn by a Brahman boy after the age of 12. It holds a deeper meaning in the Vedic scriptures.
It is a practice that follows under the sixteen sanskaras of Sanatan Dharma. Wearing a Janaeu is the tenth sanskara followed under the Upanayana Sanskar. Janaeu Dharan is the symbol of a sacred vision straightforward in the direction of doing right

Many people follow this custom throughout India but are unaware of its scientific benefits.
Feb 16 5 tweets 2 min read
Om Mantra is an ancient Sanskrit spiritual symbol in #Indian religions. Which was first felt by rishis as they meditated. Eventually, as the experience proliferated, the word came forth and people started chanting it to feel the same experience. #OM is also one of the most ImageImage important spiritual symbols. It refers to Atman (soul, self within) and Brahman (the entirety of the universe, the ultimate reality, and cosmic knowledge). Om is a sound with a complex meaning. It is the whole universe fused into a single word, representing the union of body,
Jan 24 5 tweets 1 min read
The Vedic Puranas have the mentioning of the jyotirlingas. There are twelve Primary Jyotirlingas in total. Somnath Temple is the foremost and the oldest Jyotirlinga mentioned in the Skanda Puran, Shreemad Bhagavad, Shiv Puran, and many more. The Somnath Temple, situated in the Prabhas Kshetra near Veraval in Saurashtra, on the western coast of Gujarat, India, has its significance as the first Jyotirlinga. The temple located at the shore of the Arabian Sea has an ancient story associated with it. The moon god himself constructed the first temple.
Jan 16 11 tweets 3 min read
The four great eras in #SanatanDharma are Satya Yug, Treta Yug, Dwapar Yuga, and Kali Yuga. Satya Yuga or the Age of Truth lasts for 4800 divine years, Treta Yuga for 3,600, Dwapara Yug for 2400, and Kali Yuga will last for 1200 divine years a divine year equalling 360 earthly years. Sanatan tradition holds three of these great ages of this current universe that have already passed away, and we are now living in the fourth yuga the Kali. It is quite hard to look at the meaning of huge quantities of time expressed, the numbers are quite huge. There are
Jan 8 4 tweets 2 min read
The word Jyotirlinga originates from Sanskrit Language, which means Symbol. Further, the Agama text defines the literal meaning by breaking it into three pieces. “Jyoti” means light, “Ling” means to dissolve or destroy and, “Ga” means to emerge or create. The in-depth sense of jyotir linga lights on Lord Shiva’s infinite nature, we are a creation of Lord Shiva (Universe), and we all dissolve back into him at the end. Jyotirlinga marks the cosmos of the universe.

There are twelve traditional Jyotirlinga shrines in India:
Jan 7 7 tweets 3 min read
You must have read some books or have heard from many yogis about Chakras. But, do you know what chakras are? How do they work? In the Sanskrit language, chakra means wheel. Here, the spiritual meaning of chakra is “a wheel of flowing energy” in the body. We have 114 chakras in total in the human body, and they work as the connection or junction of the Nadis. The Nadis are the passage of prana or energy in the body.

Out of the 114 Chakras, two of them are outside the physical body. In reality, we can only work on 108 chakras from the remaining 112
Jan 6 5 tweets 2 min read
The Vedas are the holiest and first religious texts ever know to the world. They are the source of integral knowledge, science, tradition, and culture of our ancestors. The Vedas are known as oral compilations of knowledge preserved from time immemorial. They are recognized not ImageImage only as scriptures but also as the source of Indian culture and human civilization. The word Veda means knowledge. The word comes from the Sanskrit root 'vid', which means 'to know' or to understand. It does not refer to any particular literary work but relates to a vast corpus