Allergy occurs when our body becomes too sensitive and gets susceptible to allergic reaction. There is no specific area in the body where allergy takes place. It can happen anywhere and is mostly caused by pollens, dust, cosmetics, animal hair, poisonous plants, serums, vaccines and drugs.
At times, it can also result from over exposure to physical agents, such as heat, cold and sunlight. On other occasions, it has been found that some food items can also be the reason for allergic reactions.
Careless diets and faulty style of living are some other causes of allergy. Last, but nor the least, allergy might be the result of mental or physical stress and strain. Frequent headaches, eczema and swelling on the face and eyes are some of the symptoms of an allergy. If you are looking for some home remedies for curing the problem, the following tips will come handy. Home Remedies For Allergy The best home remedy would be a paste of sandalwood and limejuice. Apply the paste on the affected area.
It will relieve you from itching and provide a soothing effect as well. Application of mashed almond leaves on the affected area would also prove to be effective. If you do not want to apply anything on the affected area, no problem.
Put five grams garden mint in water and make a paste. Filter this mixture and add 12 grams of sugar. Intake this mixture two times a day. Allergy brings itching along with it. Rub mashed papaya seeds on the affected area to get rid of itching. Another natural way to cure allergy is to combine lemon juice with coconut oil. Apply this mixture on the affected area. Yet another effective home remedies is a mixture of poppy seeds, water and lime juice.
Crush a tablespoon of poppy seeds and add a teaspoon of water and a teaspoon of limejuice. Apply on the affected area to get relief. One of the easiest remedies for allergy comprises of food items that are rich in Vitamin C.Yanmoole sarva tirthaani yannagre sarva devataa Yanmadhye sarva vedaascha Tulasi taam namaamyaham. I bow down to the Tulasi, at whose base the roots are all the holy places, at whose top reside all the deities divinityand in whose middle are all the Vedas.
Tulasi is a gentle female energy, a sweet little goddess, and should be treated like the queen she is — the queen of medicinal plants. For she is also a plant of power, a powerful lady, a friend, a physician and an ally. When you have Tulasi around, you are protected, and she will bring beauty, health, elegance and grace into your life.
Wherever there is Tulasi Mayi there is pavitrata, purity, for she is the great purifier, both of the body and of the environment. If you plant nine or eleven Tulasi trees in your garden the air will be pure within a wide radius, and bacteria-free. She is one of those trees that possess divine qualities to invoke the descent of devatas, illumined beings, and increase the spiritual vibrations.
In fact, the Paramahamsa Alakh Bara in Rikhia is shaded by trees of only this quality. The Tulasi plant is extremely sensitive and aware, and quickly able to register the vibrations around her. She loves to listen to the Vedas, all Sanskrit chanting, to hear the name of God in the form of kirtan, and she is especially fond of ragas sung to the accompaniment of the tampura.
Another name for Tulasi is Hari Priya, the beloved of Lord Narayana, and she is always offered along with the prasadam, sanctified food offering, given after worship of Krishna or Rama although she is used for other deities also.
She is a symbol of Goddess Lakshmi, the consort of Lord Vishnu.
The Tulasi leaf is the only type of prasadam that can be used more than once in worship. After being washed, it can be offered again. Traditionally, in temples the priests keep water and Tulasi leaves in a copper pot and offer three small spoonfuls as prasadam to devotees, who drink part of it and dribble the remainder on their heads. From prehistoric times the earliest inhabitants of the Indian subcontinent held plants in great reverence.
However, India is unique in that it has maintained this reverence right up to the present day. As early as BC, worship of actual plants was turning into reverence for Nature as a source of medicine.
By the time Ayurveda became an established science, these beneficial plants had long been acknowledged in the vast medicinal pharmacopoeia contained in plants. Although this dispelled much of the superstition connected with Tulasi and other plants, it did not diminish the reverence in which plants were held by Ayurveda.
Tulasi is known as the Mother of Ayurveda. The English name for Tulasi is basil, which is very similar to the Indian Tulasi, and which is used both for medicinal purposes and in cooking.
There are two types of Tulasi. One is called Shyam Tulasi or Krishna Tulasi because it is said to be the same colour as Sri Krishna — purplish black.Sri Saligrama puja
The other is called Rama Tulasi or Swarna Tulasi and is light green in colour. Shyam Tulasi is the more powerful of the two. The remarkable thing about Tulasi is that, unlike other medicinal plants, she is effective even if she is not consumed.
Just her close proximity is enough.
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In Sanskrit it is said, Tulanaa naasti athaiva Tulasi — that which is incomparable in its qualities is the Tulasi plant. Along with her brother, the bael tree of Lord Shiva, she is considered to be the most powerful of all medicinal plants. She contains mercury, and is an antibiotic or antibacterial. All respiratory tract problems such as coughs and colds, sore throats, whooping cough in children, etc. Infusions of Tulasi tea are most effective in all such cases.
Boil ten to fifteen leaves and three to five black pepper corns in one hundred milligrams of water until the liquid reduces to half, add a pinch of salt and drink as hot as is comfortable. Tulasi is also effective in fever, insomnia, mental tension, skin problems, and the treatment of cancer and diabetes. Hormonal imbalance is regulated in both men and women by the consumption of Tulasi. For all-round protection and physical strength, ten to fifteen leaves should be taken daily in the morning on an empty stomach, preferably during brahmamuhurta the two hours before sunrise when the vibrations are sattwic or subtle and healingafter bathing and worshipping the Tulasi plant.
Children can take five to six leaves.Archive of all Stotras. Also published is an authentic rendering of the work. Presented below is the complete stotra to the accompaniment of an authentic rendering. Because of his immense achievements and the many similarities of his life with Sri Adi Shankaracharya, Sri Sacchidananda Shivabhinava Narasimha Bharati Mahaswamiji, the 33rd Jagadguru of Sringeri, is widely considered as the reincarnation of Sri Shankaracharya.
On the occasion of the Centenary Celebrations of the rediscovery of Kalady in Maythe current Jagadguru Shankaracharya of the Sringeri Sharada Peetham, Sri Bharati Tirtha Mahaswamiji, composed a Sanskrit hymn comprising of six verses to honor the memory of the Mahaswamiji. These verses illustrate that the Mahaswamiji is the reincarnation of Sri Adi Shankaracharya. Go to Top. Transliterate Transliterate all sanskrit content into a language of your choice.
Gurudvaya Abhedanusandhanam 23rd March, Because of his immense achievements and the many similarities of his life with Sri Adi Shankaracharya, Sri Sacchidananda Shivabhinava Narasimha Bharati Mahaswamiji, the 33rd Jagadguru of Sringeri, is widely considered as the reincarnation of Sri Shankaracharya.Toggle navigation. It is celebrated on the twelfth day of the bright half of the hindu month-vaishakh. Before commencing the rituals, a devotee should purify himself by taking a bath and then worship an idol of lord Parshuram kept on a pot filled with water.
While worshipping he should make offerings of various articles tothe deity-flowers, sandalwood,ardhya,etc. It is mandatory to remain awake for the whole night. On the following day,he should donate the idol to a brahmin. A devotee who observes a fast on this day gets all his wishes fulfilled and attains to Brahma loka. The rituals commence by worshipping various organs of lord Narayan amidst the chanting of different mantras which are as follows- om sahastra shirse namah - head om purushay namah - arms om vishwa rupine namah - throat om gyanastray namah - weapons om shri vatsaaya namah - chest om jagad grasishnave namah - abdomen om divya murtaye namah - waist om sahastra paday namah - feet.
Similarly,srikrishna dwadashi is celebrated in the hindu month of Ashadh,shukla- paksha. A devotee should worship lord Krishna on this day and observe a fast.
It is related with the worship of lord Vishnu and the rituals have some special characteristics-having one meal on the eleventh day of the month ekadashi ,donating barley to brahmins,worshipping the idol of goddess Prithvi on 'ekadashi', etc.
The austerity concludes on dwadashi.
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On ekadashi,goddess Prithvi is also worshipped alongwith lord Vishnu. Both the idols are installed side by side and covered with white clothes. After that some rice grains are scattered in front of both the idols. As per the norms of the rituals,a devotee is required to remain awake for the whole night. Next morning,he should invite twenty-four brahmins and feed them. He should also donate a cow,apparels,ornaments,an umbrella,woodden sandle and similar articles to them. A devotee who observes a fast on this auspicious day enjoys prosperity.
The austerity commences on the first day of the bright half of the hindu month-aghan and lasts for a year. Rituals include worshipping Agnideva-an embodiment of lord Vishnu, chanting of certain mantras praising the glory of the deity and performing 'havan'.
There are specific instructions on the type of food a devotee should have during the course of this austerity-for four months chaitra to ashadh he should have delicacie s like 'kheer' seasoned in pure ghee. From shravan to kartik he should have food-items prepared from gram-flour.
This way,the austerity lasts for one year whereby a devotee observes fast on the first day of every month that follows. The austerity concludes by worshipping an idol of lord Agni made of gold. The idol is adorned with a piece of red-cloth and red-flowers are offered to the deity while worshipping.
After the rituals are accomplished,the idol should be donated to a brahmin. The observance of this particular austerity brings good fortune to a man and makes him prosperous. One important charecteristic of the ritual is that all the organs of lord Padmanabh is worshipped. The idol is placed on a pot filled with water and while worshipping offerings of various articles are made-flowers, fruits,sandalwood,etc.
On the following day the idol is donated to a brahmin. One who observes a fast on this day enjoys a prosperous life and attains to the abode of lord Padmanabh. The austerity begins on the eleventh day of the bright half of the hindu month-shravan. On this day lord Vishnu is worshipped with appropriate rituals and by making offerings of various articles like flowers, fruits, incense, etc.
The following mantras should be chanted while worshipping the various organs of lord Vishnu - om damodaray namah - feet om hrishikeshay namah - waist om sanatanay namah - abdomen om shri vatsadharine namah - chest om chakrapanaye namah - arms om haraye namah - throat om manju keshay namah - head om bhadray namah - top-knot shikha. After the accomplishment of the rituals,the idol should be donated to a brahmin.
The rituals consist of taking a 'sankalp' on the preceding day saptami and worshipping lord sri Hari on the next day with appropriate rituals. Offerings are made to the sacrificial fire,which usually consist of articles like barley,sesame seeds,ghee,etc.Everything which I informed about saligram is very true, but without dedicated worship of Saligrams, the Saligram is like a stone. Hence, I am letting everybody know the stotram, according to Vedas, through this page to be blessed by Saligram.
Price quoted are Donation for particular Saligram, as price covers basic expenditure for Saligram to reach at our place. Thank You, Mukunda Khatiwada. I chant this saligram strotra matra in front of Lord Narayan Hrishi and in sitting in good position. In Kush Asan offer water. Your Cart. Himalaya is situated in the bank of river Gandaki.
In the south of this Himalaya a big and beautiful land is situated where you can find saligrams sila. This is the place where Devi Dwarabati begins. This place is called Mukti Chektra. Saligram Sila found here are very precious and significant.
These silas are consider as Lord Vishnu and the person who worship or keep in house or wash it and drinks water or pour water in head that man became free from all sine and it prevent from untimely death.
That person became free from all sine and disease. The most feared sine Bramahatya Killing a Brahmin is also wash away by worshiping Saligram. The person who do snan wash saligram with chakra everyday get rid of sine like Bramahatya and if he drinks such water daily gets the equal boon of thousand of havan of Lord Vishnu.
The person, who worships saligram with Tulsi leaf daily, gets the boon of million Yajna. With out worship, with out offering any sweets or with out any pilgrims only chanting this saligram mantra is enough to wash away sins and fulfillment of all desire. There are various kind of size and shape of saligram in which Lord Vishnu is situated in different incarnation.
Good Luck increases and gets satisfaction from children in every aspect by worshipping saligram black in color with little cakras. Person who gets the chance to look Vahudev sila he became free from sins.My life has changed after I daily praying to goddess Lakshmi by chanting Lakshmi Stotram and also drawing the beautiful sankranti muggulu with chukkalu which are also called sankranthi muggulu designs in Telugu in front of our homes to welcome Mata Lakshmi devi.
Post a Comment. Shaligram Stotra. According to the Puranas, Vishnu had reunited with Laxmi, His wife. Sarasvati, also wanted to be Lord Vishnu's consort. Once in anger Sarasvati cursed Laxmi. Sarasvati's curse changed Lakshmi into a tulasi plant and forced her to live on earth forever. Vishnu, however, intervened and modified the curse, saying that Lakshmi would remain on earth as tulasi until the river Gandaki flowed from her body.
In the meantime, He would wait by the riverside in the form of a stone to take her back to His abode. This stone was the shaligram shila, which thus remained on earth as a representative of Vishnu.
The shila deities and the tulasi plant are thus always worshipped together as Vishnu and Lakshmi. Yudhishthira uvacha. Shridevadeva devesha devatarchanamuttamam. ShrIbhagavanuvacha gandakyam chottare tire girirajasya dakshine Dashayojanavistirna mahAkshetravasundhara 2. Shaligramo bhaveddevo devi dvaravati bhavet. Ubhayoh sangamo yatra muktistatra na sa. Ajanmakr itapapanam prayashchittaM ya ichchhati. Nanavarnamayam chaiva nAnAbhogena veShTitam.
Narayanodbhavo devashchakramadhye cha karmanA. Vamaparshve cha vai chakre krishNavarNastu pingalam. Ipsitam labhate rajyaM vishNupujAmanukramAt Note : Sale and Purchase of Shalagrama-shilas Prohibited.
The Skanda Purana warns that no one should buy or sell shalagrama-shilas. One who puts a price on a shalagrama-shilas, sells a shalagrama-shila, gives his opinion on its value, or examines one with a view to estimate its sale value, all such people will live in hell until the time of universal destruction.
Newer Post Older Post Home. Subscribe to: Post Comments Atom. Bhajans Raghupati Raghav Vaishnav jan to Tumhi ho Mata Hum ko man kiMeaning : When the war was nearing the end, Rama was in a fatigued position.
Raavana was daring for a fresh encounter as he appeared to be exalted. Meaning : At the entrance of the battlefield, Sage Agasthya visited Lord Rama, saw His exhausted state and told him the way of attainment as thus: rama rama mahabaho shrinu guhyam sanatanam yena sarvanarin vatsa samare vijayishyasi 3. Meaning : Lord Ramaa, mighty-armed, I will tell you the eternal secret by which you can defeat your enemies and win in the battlefield.
Meaning : Aditya Hrudayam is a sacred chant and destroyer of all enemies. Chanting it with passion on daily basis provides imperishable absolute victory. It removes the woes of mind heart and will enhance the longevity of life.
He is the Lord of the Universe by whose effulgence all else gets brightened. Meaning : With His dazzling radiant rays, He protects the whole world which includes the hordes of both Devas and Asuras. Meaning : Lord Surya is the ancestral mane, dispenser of treasures, semi-divine yogis, devas, celestial physicians, manu the all-knowing, wind god, fire god and He is the creator of all seasons with His dazzling rays and is the source of all light and awareness of knowledge.
Meaning : Lord Surya is the son of Aditi hence called Aditya. Aditi is the mother of all Devas, the creator of the Universe, She shines and cherishes and has brightness similar to gold and is the life and essence of the Universe and is the maker of the day.
Meaning : Lord Surya possesses thousand rays and seven greenish yellow horses and removes darkness. He is the dispeller of misfortunes and grants happiness. His rays spread everywhere, and He is omnipresent. Meaning : Lord Surya is Hiranyagarbha, the soul with subtle body sukshma sareera. He expels chillness. He has the fire in his body, and He removes evil-mindedness and coldness.
Meaning : Lord Surya is the dispeller of darkness, doom and death. He is the versatile scholar of Vedas. He showers rain, and He befriends water. He crossed Vindhya mountains as a cosmic traveler.
Meaning : Lord Surya is the one who is the master of the space, He emanates and spreads heat, creates life and inflicts end of life. He induces action in the universe. He is omnipresent.
His bright red rays make creatures alive in this universe. Salutations to you, oh Sun God! Meaning : Salutations to the mountains in the east where the sun rises and the mountains in the west where the sun sets. Jayaya jaya bhadraya haryashvaya namo namah namo namah sahasramsho adityaya namo namah Meaning : Salutations to the Victorious. Salutations to the prosperous blessings which arises from such success.
Meaning : Salutations to the ferocious and brave. Salutations to the unbound. Salutations to the one who awakens the lotus.