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32 Forms of Lord Ganesha

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32 Forms of Lord Ganesha

Ganapathi, revered as the lord of all assemblies, is worshipped in various manifestations. Imagine a deity so revered, so distinctive, that his very form evokes a sense of wonder and inspiration—the mighty Lord Ganesha (Ganapathi). He is the eldest son of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati. Ganesha is widely known as the remover of obstacles, the patron of arts and sciences, and the deity of intellect and wisdom. His influence is deeply respected not only in India but also across the world.   Among these, devotees revered the 32 forms of Vinayaka, considering them as the primary forms. These 32 forms...

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Vastu Grihalakshmi: Bestows Wealth and Prosperity to your Home

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Vastu Grihalakshmi: Bestows Wealth and Prosperity to your Home

Vastu Grihalakshmi, a divine form of Goddess Lakshmi, is revered for bringing prosperity and wealth into homes. This special manifestation of the goddess is depicted standing gracefully with a cow against a plantain backdrop. She is believed to remove all Vastu doshas (architectural imbalances) in the house, ensuring a harmonious and prosperous environment.  Significance of Goddess Grihalakshmi  As Mahalakshmi, she embodies the immense divinity of all the gods. To householders, she is Grihalakshmi, the goddess of the home, ensuring the welfare and prosperity of its residents. To kings and statesmen, she is Rajyalakshmi, protecting both the ruler and the subjects....

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List of 51 Sakthi Peedam

Sakthi Peedam

List of 51 Sakthi Peedam

India is a land rich in spiritual heritage, with countless temples and holy sites that draw pilgrims worldwide. Hinduism, with its diverse forms of worship, religions, sects, and philosophies, is the third-largest religion in the world by number of followers. The Sakthi Peedams hold a special place in the hearts of devotees. These revered shrines are dedicated to the Goddess Sakthi, symbolizing the divine feminine energy.  According to Hindu mythology, there are 51 Sakthi Peedam of Goddess Sati (Wife of Lord Shiva), scattered across the Indian subcontinent, each representing a location where a part of the goddess's body or her ornaments...

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Geographical Indication Tags for Spiritual Products

Geographical Indication Tag

Geographical Indication Tags for Spiritual Products

In global trade and cultural preservation, Geographical Indication (GI) tags are pivotal in safeguarding unique products rooted in specific geographical origins. Tamil Nadu is renowned for its diverse and rich cultural heritage. Similarly, several spiritual products have been granted Geographical Indication tags to preserve the traditional products crafted by the people of Tamil Nadu.  What are Geographical Indications?  A geographical indication is a sign of protection used on certain products, such as agricultural or handicraft products, indicating their specific geographical origin (such as a town, region, or country). India implemented the Geographical Indications of Goods (Registration and Protection) Act in...

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Who can wear a karungali and what day must it be worn

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Who can wear a karungali and what day must it be worn

Karungali Malai, which is now becoming a fashion, protects us from negative energies and enhances positive energies. Karungali is a powerful devotional, medicinal and miraculous tree that can do wonders. The varied properties posed by Karungali are immense. Karungali tree is said to attract electromagnetic radiation and waves. It is believed that the presence of the Karungali malai enhances divine power. Karungali wood is used in many places like the temple gopurams, temple idols, statues, sticks and old things in the house.  Why Karungali is Trending?  In recent years, the Karungali Malai has found its way into the wardrobes of...

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