According to Indian scriptures, the Zodiac consists of 360 degrees and there are 27 Constellations in total (also known as Nakshatras or Stars). Accordingly, each Star is allocated 20 minutes and thirteen Degrees. The First constellation or Nakshatra is named Aswini and the 19th is the Moola Nakshatra. The cluster of Stars is further divided in to 9 parts for the 9 planets. Of the 27 constellations, the first Aswini, the tenth Makham and the nineteenth Moolam falls under the rule of Ketu. Lambda Scorpio is the name for Moola Nakshatra in western astrology.
The word Moola literally means the root. The symbol for this star is a bunch of roots. The presiding deity of this Nakshatra is Alakshmi, which is opposed to Lakshmi or fortune. Moola also means the centre.
The persons born in this Nakshatra have a fundamental approach towards life. They tend to get to core of things. The word ‘relentless’ appropriately fits to people born in Moola Nakshatra. They just don’t stop till they have their wish or desire fulfilled. They can be also very impulsive, and regret their actions at the end.
Moola also happens to be an arrogant Nakshatra which often fails to understand its true potential. The influence of Ketu makes Moola sometimes to get negative and outrageous.
The people who are born in this Nakshatra possess good physical appearance and have bright eyes. They walk very fast, are optimistic and never give in easily. They are very helpful by nature and many times selfless. They are expert in making money, and are self made. They possess strong creative powers. It is good for them if they move away from their place of birth. They are religious people by nature, and are honest and humble.
Marriage for people born in this Nakshatra
Some on the Nakshatras are considered damaging by nature; Moola is one amongst those, especially when it comes to marriage activities. It is believed that marrying a girl born in this Nakshatra can prove fatal for the groom’s mother, brother and even father. It is not any different for a man born in the Moola Nakshatra.
Verses to appease afflictions caused by Moola Nakshatra
Depending on the planets transiting through the Moola Nakshatra, there are different verses to appease the negative effects:
SUN – If Sun is transiting, then one should recite Aditya Hridaya stotra daily along with worshipping Lord Shiva.
MOON – One should recite Annapurna Kavach daily along with worshipping Goddess Gouri
MARS – One should recite Kartikeya Mantras (Om saravana-bhavayaya Namah) or Shiva Mantra (Om Nama Shivaye)
JUPITER – One should recite Shri Rudram and Guru Beej Mantra
MERCURY – One should recite Vishnu Sahastranama Stotra.
VENUS – One should recite Durga Chalisa and Shukra Stotra. It is also advisable to recite Devi Stuti Stotra.
RAHU – One should recite rahu Beej Mantra and alongside worship Lord Shiva.
SATURN – One should recite Shani Mantra and Hanuman Stotra.
If there happen to be a Graha Dosha, especially the houses, for which construction started at the time of Moola Nakshatra, one should light earthen lamps or other lamps with pure mustard oil. This would help in eradicating household evils.
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Karva Chauth is a very important festival for married women and is celebrated mostly in the Northern part of India, and also some parts of Pakistan. The ritual is to observe a total fasting from sunrise to moonrise by all married women, and pray for the safety and long life of their husbands.
The festival of Karva Chauth, according to Hindu lunar calendar, falls on the 4th day after the poornima (full moon) in the month of Kartik (October-November). The fasting is generally meant for married women, but some unmarried women also observe the fast for long life of their fiancée or beloved.
The origin of the Karva Chauth is not known, but there are various legends associated with this day; two of them are as follows:
- Once upon a time, there was a beautiful girl, and her name was Viravati. She had seven brothers, and was the only sister. The brothers loved their sister a lot. When she got young, she was married to a king. For the observance of her first Karva Chauth after the marriage, Viravati visited her parents. She started observing the fast strictly as was required, but as the day passed slowly, she desperately started for moon to rise; she was feeling too much hungry. Her brothers could not bear the site of their sister suffering as such, so they decided to play a trick for her to break her fast. They reflected a mirror through leaves of a tree, and Viravati took it to be moonrise, and hence broke her fast before actual moon rise. No sooner that she had broken her fast, she received the news that her husband was critically sick.
Viravati immediately left to see her husband; on the way, she happened to meet Lord Shiva and his consort, Devi Parvati. Devi Parvati informed her that her husband had died because of her breaking fast at wrong time. Viravati was left heartbroken, and asked for forgiveness to the Goddess for her unintentional mistake. Devi Parvati was pleased and assured her that her husband would be revived; the condition was that she would need to undertake the fast of Karva Chauth very rigorously. Virvati happily agreed to it, and undertook the fasting again, and thus succeeded in reviving her dead husband.
- It is stated in Mahabharata that Draupadi, the wife of Pandavas also observed this fasting. The Pandavas were going through hard time and Draupadi remembered Lord Krishna for help. Lord Krishna reminded her of a pastime of Devi Parvati, where she was suggested by Lord Shiva to observe Karva Chauth . Draupadi followed the fasting, and thus helped Pandavas to come out of that troublesome situation.
The preparations for fasting start much earlier than the day of fasting itself. Married women buy new clothes, cosmetics and decorate their palms with henna.
On the day of Karva Chauth, they wake up before sunrise and eat something, according to customs in different parts of Northern India. After this, for the whole day till moon rise, fasting women don’t eat or drink anything. Parents send different gifts to their married daughters on this day.
Some other customs are also observed, which varies according to different regions.
At the end, the moon rise is awaited. As soon as the moon is visible the fasting woman sees its reflection through a sieve. The husbands also stand nearby their wives at this time. The women offers water to moon and they pray for the blessings. After this the woman sees her husband again through a sieve. The husband, at this time, gives his wife some water and a little piece of food, mostly a sweet. Thus the day long fast is broken. The husband also gifts his wife a nice gift as a token of appreciation.
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What is Shani graha?
Shani graham or Saturn planet is one of the nine most important celestial beings in Jyotisa or Hindu astrology. Shanidev is the ruling lord of Saturday, and hence the name Shanivaar, the hindi name for Saturday.
The word Shani is derived from Sanskrit verse shanaye kramati sa:, which means “one who moves very slowly”; and science also acknowledges, that Saturn planet takes 30 years to complete one rotation around the earth.
The term Sade Sati means the seven and a half year long period of Shani planet. People fear the name of sade sati in India. This period starts for a person when Saturn planet enters the zodiac sign, which falls immediately before the zodiac sign of moon (janam-rashi), for that person.
One school of astrology believed that this time is not very favourable for the individual, and he might have to undergo many troubles during this time.
But another school of astrology does not believe that and claims that this period might be challenging, but it is not as damaging also. On the other hand, for some people it may prove to be favourable, bringing a lot of success.
What is Shani Amavasya?
All hindu people, usually know this term amavasya. Amavasya means the no moon day, and that amavasya which falls on a Saturday, is called Shani amavasya. In Hinduism, the amavasya or no moon day is considered as an inauspicious day, and is the darkest day of the month. In similar line, Shani amavasya is also considered inauspicious, and people fear from Shani graham (the Shani planet). Three Shani amavasya fall in year 2010. Two of them have already past, one being on 13th February and the other on 12th July. The third and last Shani amavasya for the year 2010 is falling on 6th of November.
Most of the people have an impression that Shani graham always brings inauspiciousness. But this is a very big myth, says all the renowned astrologers. Shani dev is very happy, if he is worshipped with proper rules and regulations. Moreover, it should be understood, that Shani Dev gives us the results for our own deeds done during the life time; it would be punishment or reward would depend on our own deeds.
Worshipping Shani Dev:
People believing in astrology do several remedial poojas for Shani shanti pooja. People who are suffering from Kaal Sarp Dosa or Pitra Dosa do special worships to get the favour of Shani dev.
Especially on the day of Shani Amavasya, people collect in thousands, in the temples having Navagrahas to performing abhisheka to Shani Dev.
Shani Amavaysa is considered as a perfect day to offer oblations to one deceased forefathers.
There exist many theories describing the good and ill effects of Shani on one’s horoscope. Experts suggest that praying to Lord Hanuman is the best way to escape the ill effects. There is a legend that Lord Hanuman subdued Shani Dev, hence praying to Lord Hanuman can protect you from ill-effects of the Shani.
On coming shani amavasya on the 6th of November, there is a grand consecration (abhishek), and shani peeda shanti yagya (sacrifice meant for pacifying shanidev’s influence) in the most famous navgraha temple in the village of Khargon.
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Navratri in 2010 commences on 8th October and ends on 16th of October. Every year the festival of Navratri starts on the first day of the bright fortnight of the lunar month of Ashwin.
What does Navratri means?
The word Navratre or Navratri literally means nine nights. The festival is observed for nine nights and ten days.
Who is the presiding deity of this festival?
During the nine nights and ten days of this festival, nine forms of Durga devi or Shakti are worshipped. The tenth day of this period is well known as vijaydasami, and is celebrated to honour the victory of Lord Rama over evil Ravana.
The festival is celebrated all over the country with great enthusiasm. Even so, it holds special significance for Bengalis and Guajaratis. Highlights of Navratri in Gujarat region are dandiya and garba raas.
Farmers sow seeds in the field and pray to Durga Devi for good yield.
As mentioned above nine form of Durga Devi are worshipped during the nine nights. The first three days are dedicated to Durga Devi dressed in red clothes, mounted on a lion. Various incarnations, signifying three different stages of womanhood, viz. child, young girl and a mature woman, are worshipped like Kumari, Parvati Devi, and Kali Devi.
The next three days are dedicated to Lakshmi devi or Goddess of fortune. She is worshipped dressed in gold and riding on an owl.
The last three days are dedicated to the worship of Goddess Saraswati, the Goddess of learning and knowledge. She is worshipped dressed in white and riding on a milky white swan. Sweets are prepared for the festivities and celebrations and both adults and children dress up in bright new clothes.
Some communities observe rigorous fasting during this nine days period of Navratri. Some don’t eat grains all nine days, some fast on first and the eighth day, and most of the families including meat-eaters, shun even onion-garlic during this period. The festival concludes on the ninth day, also known as Mahanavami. On this day people perform kanya-puja, which is worshipping of very young girls, who have not reached puberty. Usually, nine young girls are invited; representing the nine forms of Durga Devi, and their feet are washed as a mark of respect to Durga Devi. They are offered various food stuffs, clothes, money and other items.
Commercialization has not left the religious festivals also. The festival also became a social thing in some places than a religious observance. Despite of these things there is nothing to dampen the spirit of the devoted followers of Durga Devi.
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We wish all the devotees a very Happy and auspicious Navratri celebration, and pray that Goddess Durga showers her blessings on all of us.
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A.R. Rahman announced the release of CWG theme song “Swagatham” in New Delhi. The song is currently not completed yet as Rahman is doing final touches to the most awaiting song of India. According to Rahman, his song will beat and go beyond the Shakira’s Waka-Waka Song, which she sang for Fifa World Cup 2010.Since the song is not energetic, I don’t think it can beat Waka-Waka for some people. The song is dedicated to Mahatma Gandhi.
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Lets Go! -2
O yaro, ye India bula liya
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duniya salami de..
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