Monday, October 31, 2016

Kartik Mahatmya in Gujarati


The originl Kartik Mahatmya was available in Skanda Purana. In the videos, it was told in Gujarati.


In the first day, the importance of Snan was described. The information was conveyed first by Brahma himself to Narada.
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Atharva Veda with Hindi Meaning


Download Samhita  of Atharva Veda

http://vedicreserve.mum.edu/atharva_veda/atharva_veda.pdf


Hindi Meaning Videos


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Kalpesh Sortia

3 more parts are there on YouTube

Kartik Mahatmyam, Vrat, Katha in Hindi



कार्तिक मास का माहात्म्य स्कन्द पुराण में दिया हुआ है।   स्वयं ब्रह्माजीने माहात्म्यको नारदजी को बोले थे।

कार्तिक में किया पुण्य अक्षय होता है।

कार्तिक में स्नान, जप, उपवास और दान बहुत फल देते है।   

कार्तिक मास स्नान की विधि - Kartik Maas Snan Vidhi

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Saturday, October 15, 2016

Venkateshwara Stotrams - Hindi - English


ॐ नमो वेंकटेशाय शेषाद्रिनिलयाय च ।
वृषदृग्गोचरायाथ विष्णवे सततं नमः ॥

सदंजनगिरीशाय वृषाद्रिपतये नमः ।
मेरुपुत्रगिरीशाय सरस्स्वामितटं जुषे ॥

कुमारकल्पसेव्याय वज्रदृग्विषयाय च ।
सुवर्चलासुतान्यस्त-सेनापत्यकराय च ॥

रामाय पद्मनाभाय सदा वायुस्तुताय च ।
त्यक्तवैकुण्टलोकाय गुह्यकुंजविहारिणे ॥

हरिचंदनगोप्तेंद्रस्वामिने सततं नमः ।
शंकरऽजननेत्राब्जविषयाय नमो नमः ॥

वसूपरिचरित्राय कृष्णाय सततं नमः ।
अब्धिकन्यापरिष्वक्तवक्षसे वेंकटाय च ॥

सनकादिमहायोगिपूजिताय नमो नमः ।
देवजित्प्रमुखानंतदैत्यसंघप्रणासिने ॥

श्वेतद्वीपे वसन्मुक्तपूजितांघ्रियुगाय च ।
शेषपर्वतरूपत्वप्रशासनवराय च ॥

सानुस्थापिततार्क्ष्याय तार्क्ष्याचलनिवासिने ।
मायागूढविमानाय गरुडस्कन्धवासिने ॥

अनंतशिरसे नित्यमनंताक्षाय ते नमः ।
अनंतचरणाय श्रीशैलनिलयाय च ॥

दामोदरय ते नित्यं नीलमेघनिभाय च ।
ब्रह्मादिदेवदृष्टाय विश्वरूपाय ते नमः ॥

वेंकटागतसद्धेमविमानांतर्गताय च ।
अगस्त्यार्चिताशेषजनदृग्विषयाय च ॥

वासुदेवाय हरये तीर्थपंचकवासिने ।
वामदेवप्रियायाथ जनकेष्टप्रदाय च ॥

वाक्पतिब्रह्मधात्रे च चंद्रलावण्यदायिने ।
मार्कण्डेयमहातीर्थजातपुण्यप्रदाय च ॥

नारायणनगेशाय ब्रह्मकॢप्तोत्सवाय च ।
शंकचक्रगदापद्मलसत्करतलाय च ॥

द्रवन्मृगमदासक्तविग्रहाय नमो नमः ।
केशवाय नमस्तुभ्यं नित्ययौवनमूर्तये ॥

अर्थितार्थप्रदात्रे च विश्वतोर्थौघहारिणे ।
तीर्थस्वामिसरःस्नातजनाभीष्टप्रदाय च ॥

कुमारधारिकास्कन्दमह्यशक्ति-प्रदाय च ।
जमदग्निसमद्भूतपौत्रिणे कूर्ममूर्तये ॥

किन्नरद्वंद्वशापांतप्रदात्रे माधवाय च ।
वैखानसमुनिश्रेष्ठ-पूजिताय नमो नमः ॥

सिंहाचलनिवासाय श्रीमन्नारायणाय च ।
सद्भक्तनीलकण्ठाय नृसिंहाय नमो नमः ॥

कुमुदाक्षगणश्रेष्ठसेनापत्यप्रदाय च ।
दुर्मेधःप्राणहर्त्रे च वामनाय नमो नमः ॥

क्षत्रियान्तकरामाय मत्स्यरूपाय ते नमः ।
पाण्डवाघप्रहर्त्रे च श्रीधराय नमो नमः ॥

उपत्यकाप्रदेशस्थशंकरध्यानमूर्तये ।
रुक्माब्जसरसीकूललक्ष्मीकृततपस्विने ॥

लसल्लक्ष्मीकरांभोजदत्तकल्हारकस्रजे ।
शालिग्रामनिवासाय शुकदृग्विषयाय च ॥

नारायणार्थिताशेषजनदृग्विषयाय च ।
मृगयारसिकायाथ वृषभासुरहारिणे ॥

अंजनागोत्रपतये वृषभाचलवासिने ।
अंजनासुतदात्रे च माधवस्याघहारिणे ॥

प्रियाङ्गप्रियकोलाय श्वेतकोलवराय च ।
नीलधेनुपयोधारासेकदेहोद्भवाय च ॥
सगरप्रियमित्राय चोलपुत्रप्रियाय च ।
सुधर्मिणे सुचैतन्यप्रदात्रे मधुघातिने ॥

कृष्णाख्यविप्रवेदान्तदेशिकत्व प्रियाय च ।
वराहाचलनाथाय बलभद्राय ते नमः ॥

त्रिविक्रमाय महते हृषीकेशाय ते नमः ।
अच्युताय नमो नित्यं नीलाद्रिनिलयाय च ॥

नमः क्षीराब्धिनाथाय वैकुंठाचलवासिने ।
मुकुंदाय नमो नित्यं अनंताय नमो नमः ॥

विरिंचभ्यर्तितानीतसौम्यरूपाय ते नमः ।
सुवर्णमुखरीस्नातमनुजाभीष्टदायिने ॥

हलायुधजगत्तीर्थसमस्तफलदायिने ।
गोविन्दाय नमो नित्यं श्रीनिवासाय ते नमः ॥


श्रीवराहपुराणे श्रीवेंकटेशाष्टोत्तरशतनामस्तोत्रं संपूर्णम्


Sri Venkateshwara Ashtothara Shata Nama Stotram

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 Sri Venkateshwara Ashtothara Shata Nama Stotram Text - Hindi


http://sanskritdocuments.org/doc_vishhnu/venkatesha4.html?lang=sa

Sri Venkateshwara Ashtothara Shata Namavali - Text English


http://godbhajans.blogspot.in/2010/01/venkateswara-ashothram.html

All Stotrams of Venkateshwara
http://sanskritdocuments.org/sanskrit/by-category/venkateshwara.php

Month Kartik - Rituals and Poojan - Hindi



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कार्तिक माह की पहली कहानी
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कार्तिक माह की दूसरी कहानी
https://chanderprabha.com/2016/07/13/kartik-maah-ki-dusari-kahani/

कार्तिक माह की तीसरी कहानी
https://chanderprabha.com/2016/07/14/kartik-maah-ki-teesari-kahani/

कार्तिक माह की चौथी कहानी
https://chanderprabha.com/2016/07/14/kartik-maah-ki-chauthi-kahani/


http://www.deepawali.co.in/kartik-maas-mahatva-puja-vidhi-vrat-katha-month-hindi.html

Budha Graha Stotramulu - Telugu - బుధ గ్రహ స్తోత్రములు


బుధ గ్రహ స్తోత్రములు


బుధాష్టోత్తరశతనామావళి

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॥ బుధాష్టోత్తరశతనామావళి ॥



ఓం బుధాయ నమః ॥

ఓం బుధార్చితాయ నమః ॥

ఓం సౌమ్యాయ నమః ॥

ఓం సౌమ్యచిత్తాయ నమః ॥

ఓం శుభప్రదాయ నమః ॥

ఓం దృఢవ్రతాయ నమః ॥

ఓం దృఢఫలాయ నమః ॥

ఓం శ్రుతిజాలప్రబోధకాయ నమః ॥

ఓం సత్యవాసాయ నమః ॥

ఓం సత్యవచసే నమః ॥ ౧౦

ఓం శ్రేయసాం పతయే నమః ॥

ఓం అవ్యయాయ నమః ॥

ఓం సోమజాయ నమః ॥

ఓం సుఖదాయ నమః ॥

ఓం శ్రీమతే నమః ॥

ఓం సోమవంశప్రదీపకాయ నమః ॥

ఓం వేదవిదే నమః ॥

ఓం వేదతత్త్వాశాయ నమః ॥

ఓం వేదాన్తజ్ఞానభాస్కరాయ నమః ॥

ఓం విద్యావిచక్షణాయ నమః ॥ ౨౦

ఓం విదుషే నమః ॥

ఓం విద్వత్ప్రీతికరాయ నమః ॥

ఓం ఋజవే నమః ॥

ఓం విశ్వానుకూలసంచారాయ నమః ॥

ఓం విశేషవినయాన్వితాయ నమః ॥

ఓం వివిధాగమసారజ్ఞాయ నమః ॥

ఓం వీర్యవతే నమః ॥

ఓం విగతజ్వరాయ నమః ॥

ఓం త్రివర్గఫలదాయ నమః ॥

ఓం అనన్తాయ నమః ॥ ౩౦
ఓం త్రిదశాధిపపూజితాయ నమః ॥

ఓం బుద్ధిమతే నమః ॥

ఓం బహుశాస్త్రజ్ఞాయ నమః ॥

ఓం బలినే నమః ॥

ఓం బన్ధవిమోచకాయ నమః ॥

ఓం వక్రాతివక్రగమనాయ నమః ॥

ఓం వాసవాయ నమః ॥

ఓం వసుధాధిపాయ నమః ॥

ఓం ప్రసన్నవదనాయ నమః ॥

ఓం వన్ద్యాయ నమః ॥ ౪౦
ఓం వరేణ్యాయ నమః ॥

ఓం వాగ్విలక్షణాయ నమః ॥

ఓం సత్యవతే నమః ॥

ఓం సత్యసంకల్పాయ నమః ॥

ఓం సత్యబన్ధవే నమః ॥

ఓం సదాదరాయ నమః ॥

ఓం సర్వరోగప్రశమనాయ నమః ॥

ఓం సర్వమృత్యునివారకాయ నమః ॥

ఓం వాణిజ్యనిపుణాయ నమః ॥

ఓం వశ్యాయ నమః ॥ ౫౦
ఓం వాతాఙ్గాయ నమః ॥

ఓం వాతరోగహృతే నమః ॥

ఓం స్థూలాయ నమః ॥

ఓం స్థైర్యగుణాధ్యక్షాయ నమః ॥

ఓం స్థూలసూక్ష్మాదికారణాయ నమః ॥

ఓం అప్రకాశాయ నమః ॥

ఓం ప్రకాశాత్మనే నమః ॥

ఓం ఘనాయ నమః ॥

ఓం గగనభూషణాయ నమః ॥

ఓం విధిస్తుత్యాయ నమః ॥ ౬౦
ఓం విశాలాక్షాయ నమః ॥

ఓం విద్వజ్జనమనోహరాయ నమః ॥

ఓం చారుశీలాయ నమః ॥

ఓం స్వప్రకాశాయ నమః ॥

ఓం చపలాయ నమః ॥

ఓం జితేన్ద్రియాయ నమః ॥

ఓం ఉదఙ్ముఖాయ నమః ॥

ఓం మఖాసక్తాయ నమః ॥

ఓం మగధాధిపతయే నమః ॥

ఓం హరయే నమః ॥ ౭౦
ఓం సౌమ్యవత్సరసంజాతాయ నమః ॥

ఓం సోమప్రియకరాయ నమః ॥

ఓం మహతే నమః ॥

ఓం సింహాధిరూఢాయ నమః ॥

ఓం సర్వజ్ఞాయ నమః ॥

ఓం శిఖివర్ణాయ నమః ॥

ఓం శివంకరాయ నమః ॥

ఓం పీతామ్బరాయ నమః ॥

ఓం పీతవపుషే నమః ॥

ఓం పీతచ్ఛత్రధ్వజాఙ్కితాయ నమః ॥ ౮౦
ఓం ఖడ్గచర్మధరాయ నమః ॥

ఓం కార్యకర్త్రే నమః ॥

ఓం కలుషహారకాయ నమః ॥

ఓం ఆత్రేయగోత్రజాయ నమః ॥

ఓం అత్యన్తవినయాయ నమః ॥

ఓం విశ్వపవనాయ నమః ॥

ఓం చామ్పేయపుష్పసంకాశాయ నమః ॥

ఓం చారణాయ నమః ॥

ఓం చారుభూషణాయ నమః ॥

ఓం వీతరాగాయ నమః ॥ ౯౦
ఓం వీతభయాయ నమః ॥

ఓం విశుద్ధకనకప్రభాయ  నమః ॥

ఓం బన్ధుప్రియాయ నమః ॥

ఓం బన్ధుయుక్తాయ నమః ॥

ఓం వనమణ్డలసంశ్రితాయ నమః ॥

ఓం అర్కేశాననివాసస్థాయ నమః ॥

ఓం తర్కశాస్త్రవిశారదాయ నమః ॥

ఓం ప్రశాన్తాయ నమః ॥

ఓం ప్రీతిసంయుక్తాయ నమః ॥

ఓం ప్రియకృతే నమః ॥ ౧౦౦
ఓం ప్రియభూషణాయ నమః ॥

ఓం మేధావినే నమః ॥

ఓం మాధవసక్తాయ నమః ॥

ఓం మిథునాధిపతయే నమః ॥

ఓం సుధియే నమః ॥

ఓం కన్యారాశిప్రియాయ నమః ॥

ఓం కామప్రదాయ నమః ॥

ఓం ఘనఫలాశ్రయాయ నమః ॥

॥ ఇతి బుధ అష్టోత్తరశతనామావళి సమ్పూర్ణమ్ ॥




శ్రీబుధపఞ్చవింశతినామస్తోత్రమ్

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శ్రీగణేశాయ నమః|
అస్య శ్రీబుధపఞ్చవింశతినామస్తోత్రస్య ప్రజాపతిరృషిః,
త్రిష్టుప్ ఛన్దః, బుధో దేవతా, బుధప్రీత్యర్థం జపే వినియోగః||

బుధో బుద్ధిమతాం శ్రేష్ఠో బుద్ధిదాతా ధనప్రదః|
ప్రియఙ్గుకలికాశ్యామః కఞ్జనేత్రో మనోహరః|| ౧||

గ్రహపమో రౌహిణేయో నక్షత్రేశో దయాకరః|
విరుద్ధకార్యహన్తా చ సౌమ్యౌ బుద్ధివివర్ధనః|| ౨||

చన్ద్రాత్మజో విష్ణురూపీ జ్ఞానీ జ్ఞో జ్ఞానినాయకః|
గ్రహపీడాహరో దారపుత్రధాన్యపశుప్రదః|| ౩||

లోకప్రియః సౌమ్యమూర్తిర్గుణదో గుణివత్సలః|
పఞ్చవింశతినామాని బుధస్యైతాని యః పఠేత్|| ౪||

స్మృత్వా బుధం సదా తస్య పీడా సర్వా వినశ్యతి|
తద్దినే వా పఠేద్యస్తు లభతే స మనోగతమ్|| ౫||

ఇతి శ్రీపద్మపురాణే బుధపఞ్చవింశతినామస్తోత్రం సమ్పూర్ణమ్||

Budha Graha Stotrams - Hindi - बुध ग्रह स्तोत्रम


बुध ग्रह स्तोत्रम


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1.
ॐ बुधाय नमः।
Om Budhaya Namah।
Om The intelligent One
2.
ॐ बुधार्चिताय नमः।
Om Budharchitaya Namah।
Om The One who is worshipped for intelligence
3.
ॐ सौम्याय नमः।
Om Saumyaya Namah।
Om The courteous One (or the Son of Soma)
4.
ॐ सौम्यचित्ताय नमः।
Om Saumyachittaya Namah।
Om The One with a calm mind
5.
ॐ शुभप्रदाय नमः।
Om Shubhapradaya Namah।
Om The bestower of good things
6.
ॐ दृढव्रताय नमः।
Om Dridhavrataya Namah।
Om The firm-vowed One
7.
ॐ दृढफलाय नमः।
Om Dridhaphalaya Namah।
Om The One who gives stong results
8.
ॐ श्रुतिजालप्रबोधकाय नमः।
Om Shrutijalaprabodhakaya Namah।
Om The One who awakens one to the collection of the Veda
9.
ॐ सत्यवासाय नमः।
Om Satyavasaya Namah।
Om The abode of truth
10.
ॐ सत्यवचसे नमः।
Om Satyavachase Namah।
Om The One with truthful speech
11.
ॐ श्रेयसां पतये नमः।
Om Shreyasam Pataye Namah।
Om The Lord of excellent qualities
12.
ॐ अव्ययाय नमः।
Om Avyayaya Namah।
Om The imperishable One
13.
ॐ सोमजाय नमः।
Om Somajaya Namah।
Om The One born from Soma
14.
ॐ सुखदाय नमः।
Om Sukhadaya Namah।
Om The bestower of happiness
15.
ॐ श्रीमते नमः।
Om Shrimate Namah।
Om The glorious One
16.
ॐ सोमवंशप्रदीपकाय नमः।
Om Somavanshapradipakaya Namah।
Om The one who increases glory of soma vamsa

17.
ॐ वेदविदे नमः।
Om Vedavide Namah।
Om The knower of the Veda
18.
ॐ वेदतत्त्वाशाय नमः।
Om Vedatattvashaya Namah।
Om The knower of the truth of the Veda
19.
ॐ वेदान्तज्ञानभास्कराय नमः।
Om Vedantagyanabhaskaraya Namah।
Om The One who shines with the knowledge of Vedanta
20.
ॐ विद्याविचक्षणाय नमः।
Om Vidyavichakshanaya Namah।
Om The One who is radiant with knowledge
21.
ॐ विदुषे नमः।
Om Vidushe Namah।
Om The wise One
22.
ॐ विद्वत्प्रीतिकराय नमः।
Om Vidvatpritikaraya Namah।
Om The One who brings joy to wise men
23.
ॐ ऋजवे नमः।
Om Rijave Namah।
Om The honest One
24.
ॐ विश्वानुकूलसञ्चाराय नमः।
Om Vishvanukulasancharaya Namah।
Om The One who provides a favourable path to all
25.
ॐ विशेषविनयान्विताय नमः।
Om Visheshavinayanvitaya Namah।
Om The One especially endowed with modesty
26.
ॐ विविधागमसारज्ञाय नमः।
Om Vividhagamasaragyaya Namah।
Om The knower of the essence of various scriptures
27.
ॐ वीर्यवते नमः।
Om Viryavate Namah।
Om The vigorous One
28.
ॐ विगतज्वराय नमः।
Om Vigatajvaraya Namah।
Om The One who is free from affliction
29.
ॐ त्रिवर्गफलदाय नमः।
Om Trivargaphaladaya Namah।
Om The bestower of three kinds of fruit
30.
ॐ अनन्ताय नमः।
Om Anantaya Namah।
Om The unbounded One
31.
ॐ त्रिदशाधिपपूजिताय नमः।
Om Tridashadhipapujitaya Namah।
Om The One who is worshipped by the Lord of Devas (Indra)
32.
ॐ बुद्धिमते नमः।
Om Buddhimate Namah।
Om The intelligent One
33.
ॐ बहुशास्त्रज्ञाय नमः।
Om Bahushastragyaya Namah।
The knower of many scriptures
34.
ॐ बलिने नमः।
Om Baline Namah।
Om The powerful One
35.
ॐ बन्धविमोचकाय नमः।
Om Bandhavimochakaya Namah।
The liberator from bondage
36.
ॐ वक्रातिवक्रगमनाय नमः।
Om Vakrativakragamanaya Namah।
The One with a very winding manner of going
37.
ॐ वासवाय नमः।
Om Vasavaya Namah।
Om The One associated with the Vasus
38.
ॐ वसुधाधिपाय नमः।
Om Vasudhadhipaya Namah।
Om The Lord of the earth
39.
ॐ प्रसन्नवदनाय नमः।
Om Prasannavadanaya Namah।
Om The One with a kind face
40.
ॐ वन्द्याय नमः।
Om Vandyaya Namah।
Om The One who is worthy to be praised
41.
ॐ वरेण्याय नमः।
Om Varenyaya Namah।
Om The most excellent One
42.
ॐ वाग्विलक्षणाय नमः।
Om Vagvilakshanaya Namah।
Om The One who is distinguished by speech

43.
ॐ सत्यवते नमः।
Om Satyavate Namah।
Om; The truthful One
44.
ॐ सत्यसङ्कल्पाय नमः।
Om Satyasankalpaya Namah।
Om; The One with a true purpose
45.
ॐ सत्यबन्धवे नमः।
Om Satyabandhave Namah।
Om; The true friend
46.
ॐ सदादराय नमः।
Om Sadadaraya Namah।
Om; The One who is always respectful
47.
ॐ सर्वरोगप्रशमनाय नमः।
Om Sarvarogaprashamanaya Namah।
Om; The One who cures all disease
48.
ॐ सर्वमृत्युनिवारकाय नमः।
Om Sarvamrityunivarakaya Namah।
Om; The One who wards off all death
49.
ॐ वाणिज्यनिपुणाय नमः।
Om Vanijyanipunaya Namah।
Om; The One who is skilful in trade
50.
ॐ वश्याय नमः।
Om Vashyaya Namah।
Om; The subdued One
51.
ॐ वाताङ्गाय नमः।
Om Vatangaya Namah।
Om; The One associated with Vata Dosha
52.
ॐ वातरोगहृते नमः।
Om Vatarogahrite Namah।
Om; The remover of Vata disease
53.
ॐ स्थूलाय नमः।
Om Sthulaya Namah।
Om; The large One
54.
ॐ स्थैर्यगुणाध्यक्षाय नमः।
Om Sthairyagunadhyakshaya Namah।
Om; The overseer of Om; The quality of steadiness
55.
ॐ स्थूलसूक्ष्मादिकारणाय नमः।
Om Sthulasukshmadikaranaya Namah।
Om; The first cause of Om; The gross and Om; The subtle
56.
ॐ अप्रकाशाय नमः।
Om Aprakashaya Namah।
Om; The concealed One
57.
ॐ प्रकाशात्मने नमः।
Om Prakashatmane Namah।
Om; The visible One
58.
ॐ घनाय नमः।
Om Ghanaya Namah।
Om; The firm One
59.
ॐ गगनभूषणाय नमः।
Om Gaganabhushanaya Namah।
Om; The Ornament of Om; The sky
60.
ॐ विधिस्तुत्याय नमः।
Om Vidhistutyaya Namah।
Om; The One who is fit to be praised with sacred rites
61.
ॐ विशालाक्षाय नमः।
Om Vishalakshaya Namah।
Om; The large-eyed One
62.
ॐ विद्वज्जनमनोहराय नमः।
Om Vidvajajanamanoharaya Namah।
Om; The One who is charming to (steals Om; The hearts of) wise men
63.
ॐ चारुशीलाय नमः।
Om Charushilaya Namah।
Om; The One with an agreeable nature
64.
ॐ स्वप्रकाशाय नमः।
Om Svaprakashaya Namah।
Om; The self-luminous One
65.
ॐ चपलाय नमः।
Om Chapalaya Namah।
Om; The wavering One
66.
ॐ जितेन्द्रियाय नमः।
Om Jitendriyaya Namah।
Om; The One whose senses are conquered
67.
ॐ उदङ्मुखाय नमः।
Om Udanmukhaya Namah।
Om; The One who faces north
68.
ॐ मखासक्ताय नमः।
Om Makhasaktaya Namah।
Om; The One who is fond of festivities
69.
ॐ मगधाधिपतये नमः।
Om Magadhadhipataye Namah।
Om; The Lord of bards
70.
ॐ हरये नमः।
Om Haraye Namah।
Om; The remover (of sin)
71.
ॐ सौम्यवत्सरसञ्जाताय नमः।
Om Saumyavatsarasanjataya Namah।
Om; The One born in Om; The Saumya (pleasant) year
72.
ॐ सोमप्रियकराय नमः।
Om Somapriyakaraya Namah।
Om; The One who is dear to Soma
73.
ॐ महते नमः।
Om Mahate Namah।
Om; The happy One
74.
ॐ सिंहाधिरूढाय नमः।
Om Simhadhirudhaya Namah।
Om; The One who is mounted on a lion
75.
ॐ सर्वज्ञाय नमः।
Om Sarvagyaya Namah।
Om; The One who knows everything
76.
ॐ शिखिवर्णाय नमः।
Om Shikhivarnaya Namah।
Om; The One who has Om; The color of flame
77.
ॐ शिवङ्कराय नमः।
Om Shivankaraya Namah।
Om; The maker of prosperity
78.
ॐ पीताम्बराय नमः।
Om Pitambaraya Namah।
Om; The One who wears a yellow garment
79.
ॐ पीतवपुषे नमः।
Om Pitavapushe Namah।
Om; The One with a yellow form
80.
ॐ पीतच्छत्रध्वजाङ्किताय नमः।
Om Pitachchhatradhwajankitaya Namah।
Om; The One who is marked by a yellow umbrella and a flag
81.
ॐ खड्गचर्मधराय नमः।
Om Khadgacharmadharaya Namah।
Om; The One who holds a sword and a shield
82.
ॐ कार्यकर्त्रे नमः।
Om Karyakartre Namah।
Om; The One who does what is proper
83.
ॐ कलुषहारकाय नमः।
Om Kalushaharakaya Namah।
Om; The remover of impurity
84.
ॐ आत्रेयगोत्रजाय नमः।
Om Atreyagotrajaya Namah।
Om; The One born in Om; The family of Atri
85.
ॐ अत्यन्तविनयाय नमः।
Om Atyantavinayaya Namah।
Om; The One who is very mild
86.
ॐ विश्वपवनाय नमः।
Om Vishvapavanaya Namah।
Om; The purifier of all
87.
ॐ चाम्पेयपुष्पसङ्काशाय नमः।
Om Champeyapushpasankashaya Namah।
Om; The One who has Om; The appearance of Om; The Champeya flower
88.
ॐ चारणाय नमः।
Om Charanaya Namah।
Om; The wanderer
89.
ॐ चारुभूषणाय नमः।
Om Charubhushanaya Namah।
Om; The One with beautiful ornaments
90.
ॐ वीतरागाय नमः।
Om Vitaragaya Namah।
Om; The One who is free from passion
91.
ॐ वीतभयाय नमः।
Om Vitabhayaya Namah।
Om; The One who is free from fear
92.
ॐ विशुद्धकनकप्रभाय नमः।
Om Vishuddhakanakaprabhaya Namah।
Om; The One with Om; The radiance of pure gold
93.
ॐ बन्धुप्रियाय नमः।
Om Bandhupriyaya Namah।
Om; The One who is fond of relatives
94.
ॐ बन्धमुक्ताय नमः।
Om Bandhamuktaya Namah।
Om; The One who is released from bondage
95.
ॐ बाणमण्डलसंश्रिताय नमः।
Om Banamandalasamshritaya Namah।
Om; The One who is protected by a circle of arrows
96.
ॐ अर्केशाननिवासस्थाय नमः।
Om Arkeshananivasasthaya Namah।
Om; The One who dwells in Om; The abode of Om; The Lord of Om; The Sun
97.
ॐ तर्कशास्त्रविशारदाय नमः।
Om Tarkashastravisharadaya Namah।
Om; The Who is skilful in Om; The science of logic
98.
ॐ प्रशान्ताय नमः।
Om Prashantaya Namah।
Om; The tranquil One
99.
ॐ प्रीतिसंयुक्ताय नमः।
Om Pritisamyuktaya Namah।
Om; The One who is joined with joy
100.
ॐ प्रियकृते नमः।
Om Priyakrite Namah।
Om; The fulfiller of desires
101.
ॐ प्रियभूषणाय नमः।
Om Priyabhushanaya Namah।
Om; The One who is fond of speaking
102.
ॐ मेधाविने नमः।
Om Medhavine Namah।
Om; The intelligent One
103.
ॐ माधवसक्ताय नमः।
Om Madhavasaktaya Namah।
Om; The One who is devoted to Madhava
104.
ॐ मिथुनाधिपतये नमः।
Om Mithunadhipataye Namah।
Om; The Lord of Mithuna (Om; The sign Gemini)
105.
ॐ सुधिये नमः।
Om Sudhiye Namah।
Om; The intelligent One
106.
ॐ कन्याराशिप्रियाय नमः।
Om Kanyarashipriyaya Namah।
Om; The One who fond of Kanya Rashi (Om; The sign Virgo)
107.
ॐ कामप्रदाय नमः।
Om Kamapradaya Namah।
Om; The fulfiller of desires
108.
ॐ घनफलाश्रयाय नमः।
Om Ghanaphalashrayaya Namah।
Om; The One who resides in the coconut


बुध पंचविम्शति स्तोत्रं
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Diwali Lakshmi Poojan Vidhi in Hindi - दिवाली लक्ष्मी पूजन विधि - Videos


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ॐ सर्वेभ्यो  गरुुभ्यो नम: ।
ॐ  सर्वेभ्यो देवेभ्यो  नम: ।
ॐ सर्वेभ्यो ब्राह्मणेभ्यो नम:   ॥
प्रारंभ कार्य निर्विघ्नमस्तु। शुभं  शोभनमस्तु ।
इष्ट देवता  कुलदेवता सुप्रसन्ना  वरदा भवतु ॥
अनुज्नाम देहि ॥

दीप  स्थापना

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आचमनं

ॐ केशवाय स्वाहा ।
ॐ नारायणाय  स्वाहा ।
ॐ माधवाय  स्वाहा ।
ॐ गोविन्दाय नम: । ॐ विष्णवे नम: । ॐ मधुसूधनाय नम: । ॐ त्रिविक्रमाय  नम: । ॐ वामनाय  ।
ॐ श्रीधराय नम:। ॐ हृषीकेशाय नम: । ॐ पद्मनाभाया नम: । ॐ दामोदराय नम: । ॐ सङ्कर्षणाय  नम: ।
ॐ  वासुदेवाय नम: । ॐ प्रद्युम्नाया नम: । ॐ अनुरुद्धाय नमः । ॐ पुरुषोत्तमाय नमः ।
ॐ अधोक्षजाय नमः । ॐ नरसिंहाय नमः । ॐ अच्युताय नमः । ॐ जनार्दनाय नमः । ॐ उपेंद्राय नमः ।
ॐ हरये नमः । ॐ श्रीकृष्णाय नमः ।



http://www.mypanchang.com/simplelakshmipuja.pdf  (Full Poojan described)

http://www.patrika.com/news/worship/laxmi-ganesh-pujan-diwali-puja-vidhi-in-hindi-1129475/


http://www.indianscriptures.com/vedic-lifestyle/puja-vidhi-in-hindi/dainik-puja-vidhi/dainik-puja-vidhi



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Wednesday, October 12, 2016

Life and times of Dr. A P J Abdul Kalam


15 October is being celebrated as World Student Day in honour of Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam

http://indianexpress.com/article/education/world-students-day-why-is-this-day-celebrated-on-apj-abdul-kalams-death-anniversary3083974/

http://zeenews.india.com/news/india/when-un-declared-dr-apj-abdul-kalams-79th-birthday-as-world-students-day_1637880.html





Picture source: http://pib.nic.in/newsite/printphoto.aspx?relid=72007
More pictures of Dr. Kalam  http://pib.nic.in/drkalam/photo%20feature.htm

Life and times of  Dr. A P J Abdul Kalam - A video posted by PIB


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Dr. Abdul Kalam breathed his last on 27 July 2015. He suddenly collapsed during a lecture at IIM Shillong, was taken to hospital and died there.


Dr. Avul Pakir Jainulabdeen Abdul Kalam: Born on 15th October 1931 at Rameswaram in Tamil Nadu.

After studying in a primary school in Rameswaram, Dr. Kalam went to Schwartz High School at Ramanathpuram from where he went to Tiruchchirapalli for his higher studies. Dr. Kalam wrote : “By the time I completed my education at Schwartz, I was a self-confident boy with the determination to be successful. The decision to go in for further education was taken without a second thought. To us, in those days, the awarness of the possibilities for a professional education did not exist; higher education simply meant going to college. The nearest college was at Tiruchchirapalli, spelled Trichinopoly those days, and called Trichi for short. “

After completing his BSc from St. Joseph’s college he joined the Madras Institute of Technology (MIT), for studying aeronautical engineering.

From MIT, he went to Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) at Bangalore as a trainee.  Dr. Kalam joined the Technical Centre (Civil Aviation) of the DTD&P (Air) as Senior Scientific Assistant on a basic salary of Rs. 250/-. From there, he joined the Indian Committee for Space Research (INCOSPAR), the predecessor of the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO). And thus Kalam started his much talked about career in rocket and missile technology.

After working for two decades in ISRO and mastering launch vehicle technologies, Dr. Kalam took up the responsibility of developing Indigenous Guided Missiles at Defence Research and Development Organisation as the Chief Executive of Integrated Guided Missile Development Programme (IGMDP). He was responsible for the development and operationalisation of AGNI and PRITHVI Missiles and for building indigenous capability in critical technologies through networking of multiple institutions. He was the Scientific Adviser to Defence Minister and Secretary, Department of Defence Research & Development from July 1992 to December 1999. During this period he led to the weaponisation of strategic missile systems and the Pokhran-II nuclear tests in collaboration with Department of Atomic Energy, which made India a nuclear weapon State. He also gave thrust to self-reliance in defence systems by progressing multiple development tasks and mission projects such as Light Combat Aircraft.

Dr. Kalam made significant contribution as Project Director to develop India's first indigenous Satellite Launch Vehicle (SLV-III) which successfully injected the Rohini satellite in the near earth orbit in July 1980 and made India an exclusive member of Space Club. He was responsible for the evolution of ISRO's launch vehicle programme, particularly the PSLV configuration.

As Chairman of Technology Information, Forecasting and Assessment Council (TIFAC) and as an eminent scientist, he led the country with the help of 500 experts to arrive at Technology Vision 2020 giving a road map for transforming India from the present developing status to a developed nation. Dr. Kalam has served as the Principal Scientific Advisor to the Government of India, in the rank of Cabinet Minister, from November 1999 to November 2001 and was responsible for evolving policies, strategies and missions for many development applications. Dr. Kalam was also the Chairman, Ex-officio, of the Scientific Advisory Committee to the Cabinet (SAC-C) and piloted India Millennium Mission 2020.

Dr. Kalam took up academic pursuit as Professor, Technology & Societal Transformation at Anna University, Chennai from November 2001 and was involved in teaching and research tasks. Above all he took up a mission to ignite the young minds for national development by meeting high school students across the country.

Four of Dr. Kalam's books - "Wings of Fire", "India 2020 - A Vision for the New Millennium", "My journey" and "Ignited Minds - Unleashing the power within India" have become household names in India and among the Indian nationals abroad. These books have been translated in many Indian languages.

Dr. Kalam is one of the most distinguished engineer-scientists of India with the unique honour of receiving honorary doctorates from 30 universities and institutions. He has been awarded the coveted civilian awards - Padma Bhushan (1981) and Padma Vibhushan (1990) and the highest civilian award Bharat Ratna (1997). He is a recipient of several other awards and Fellow of many professional institutions.

Dr. Kalam became the 11th President of India on 25th July 2002.

His focus is on transforming India into a developed nation by 2020.

http://www.abdulkalam.nic.in/profile.html

http://www.vigyanprasar.gov.in/scientists/abdulkalam/abdulkalam.htm




29 July 2015 Wednesday

As a tribute to APJ Abdul Kalam, 200 muslims under the leadership of Samajwadi Party's Zameer Ullah Khan marched in Aligarh under the banner "Gauraksha Sangharsh Padyatra (March for the struggle to save cows" They appealed to all muslims not to slaughter cows as the act antagonizes the majority community.
(Times of India 30 July 2015, Page 15)

27-July-2016
Dr APJ Abdul Kalam National Memorial Foundation Stone Laying Ceremony

The National Memorial Foundation Stone Laying Ceremony of former President Dr APJ Abdul Kalam was held at Peikarumbhu, Rameswaram, Tamil Nadu, today. The Defence Minister Shri Manohar Parrikar and Union Minister for Urban Development and Information and Broadcasting Shri M Venkaiah Naidu jointly laid the foundation stone and paid rich tributes to the late President on his death anniversary. The Ministers also inaugurated the statue of Dr. Kalam.
http://pib.nic.in/newsite/PrintRelease.aspx?relid=147841


Kalam's Life in Pictures

http://www.msn.com/en-in/news/photos/dr-apj-abdul-kalam-life-in-pictures/ss-AAdyvMW?


Updated  15 October 2016, 2 October 2016

India's Growth - McKinsey's Predictions, Forecasts, Policy and Execution Suggestions



India’s economy: Why the time for growth is now

McKinsey Global Institute September 2016
http://www.mckinsey.com/global-themes/india/indias-economy-why-the-time-for-growth-is-now

Indian consumption is going to be powered by a rising middle class that’s expected to more than triple to 89 million households by 2025.

The best companies in India grow at 25 to 30 percent a year. Some of the best banks in India have grown north of 20 percent a year for 20 years in a row.

When urbanization rates in districts or in states cross the threshold of about 35 percent, we start seeing productivity benefits kick in. You see higher GDP per capita because the dense cities and urban centers will have better connections with the rest of the world and with  markets. Citizens have better access to education, health, and so on and this will also help in improving productivity.
As you get to that 35 percent, the actual per capita GDP in that particular district more than doubles.

69 megacities each with a million-plus population are emerging.


There’s a huge opportunity for both domestic and global companies in the provision of  infrastructure—often, leapfrogging generations of what’s happened elsewhere through the use of smart meters, smart technologies, and networked cities.

How international companies should do business in India?


The opportunity is visible. What does it take to win? What does it take to execute?

There are four or five things  that might be useful.

First important issue is commitment through the cycle. There will be cycles, have to factor them in your plan and stick with your business doing downturns. You should not close your business at the first downturn.

The second issue is  building an India-centric business model, and that means identifying the three or four segments within the country for doing business.

The third big point is around empowering your talent. Both senior level personnel and middle level persons.

The last point is having the right alignment with the government.The truth is the best companies do so with absolute commitment to ethics and values. What that means in practice is to be in business and business models, where the government is already focused. Those who are focused on Smart Cities, those who are focused on Skill India etc. will be much more successful. You are in the flow of the country and will be able to take advantage of that and demonstrate that you’re doing good for the country in terms of jobs and employment.


McKinsey Global Institute (MGI)

INDIA’S ASCENT: FIVE OPPORTUNITIES FOR GROWTH AND TRANSFORMATION

AUGUST 2016
EXECUTIVE BRIEFING
http://www.mckinsey.com/global-themes/employment-and-growth/indias-ascent-five-opportunities-for-growth-and-transformation


McKinsey published several reports: From poverty to empowerment: India’s imperative for jobs, growth, and effective basic services (February 2014), which laid out a path for inclusive growth; The power of parity: Advancing women’s equality in India (November 2015) took a deep look at gender equality in India; India’s economic geography in 2025: States, clusters, and cities (October 2014), identified the high-potential markets of the future; and India’s technology opportunity: Transforming work, empowering people (December 2014),  explored the impact of disruptive technologies on India over the next ten years.



Important Points of the Report


The International Monetary Fund has projected India’s GDP growth at a robust 7.4 percent
for 2016–17. India has attractive long-term growth potential, powered largely by a consuming class that is expected to triple to 89 million households, by 2025.

MGI suggests five important measures to support India's Development


PROVIDE ACCEPTABLE LIVING STANDARDS FOR ALL INDIANS

SUSTAINABLE URBANISATION: BUILDING INDIA’S GROWTH ENGINES

MANUFACTURING FOR INDIA, IN INDIA

RIDING THE DIGITAL WAVE: HARNESSING TECHNOLOGY FOR
INDIA’S GROWTH

UNLOCKING THE POTENTIAL OF WOMEN



PROVIDE ACCEPTABLE LIVING STANDARDS FOR ALL INDIANS


The McKinsey Global Institute (MGI) has created an analytical framework to define a minimum acceptable standard of living. The result is the Empowerment Line.  The concept of the Empowerment Line is based on the level of spending required for an individual to meet the necessities of human development?  It is based on the estimate of the cost of fulfilling eight basic household needs (food, energy, housing, drinking water, sanitation, health care, education, and social security) at a level sufficient to achieve a decent, if modest, standard of living rather than just
bare subsistence.  The people under Empowerment Gap are estimated to be 680 million people.
The spending required to bring these persons to the level of the Empowerment Line, equates to 4 percent of annual GDP (I think India can afford to spend this 4 per cent of annual GDP and improve the living standard of people).

PLANNED AND SMART URBANISATION: BUILDING INDIA’S GROWTH ENGINES

In 2011, India was 31 percent urbanised, and MGI estimates that figure will be about 41 percent by 2030. The country will have some 598 million urban residents in 2030. Four large states—Gujarat, Kerala, Maharashtra, and Tamil Nadu—will be more than 60 percent urbanised by then. India’s future economic growth has to be based on rising urbanisation, leading to growth in non-farm jobs and industrial- and service-sector output. (As agricultural employment decreases, rural areas will have less population and urban population will increase. Also, many farmers will live in urban areas and go to fields by motorised transport every day).

About 77 percent of India’s economic growth from 2012 to 2025 will come from 49 clusters of districts with metropolitan cities at their nucleus.

Mumbai’s economy in 2030 will reach $245 billion of consumption. The next four cities by market size (Delhi, Ahmedabad, Hyderabad, and Bengaluru) will each have annual consumption of $80 billion to $175 billion by 2030.

MANUFACTURING FOR INDIA, IN INDIA

The government’s stated ambition is to raise manufacturing’s contribution to 25 percent of GDP by 2022 and to create 100 million jobs in the coming decade.

India’s manufacturing sector has produced world-class companies in diverse sectors such as auto and auto components, two-wheelers, and pharmaceuticals.  But  most manufacturing enterprises are sub optimal scale and have low productivity. According to a study by the Asian Development Bank, 84 percent of India’s manufacturers employed fewer than 50 workers in 2009, compared with 70 percent in the Philippines, 65 percent in Indonesia, and 25 percent in China. Across all sectors, India’s largest companies (those with more than 200 employees) have about the same level of labour productivity as large enterprises elsewhere in Asia, But the country’s smallest enterprises are only 25 to 65 percent as
productive as their small-scale peers elsewhere.

The Skill India mission aims to train more than 400 million people in different skills by 2022. There is plan to start 5,000 more Industrial Training Institutes to increase their capacity from 1.85 million to 2.5 million students. There is also plan to set up 50 overseas employment skill training centres in regions from which workers have traditionally migrated in search of employment. A new skills certification body, along the lines of the Central Board of Secondary Education, is in the works, an attempt to encourage skills training beginning at the secondary school level.

 In the corporate sphere, the Zero Defect Zero Effect (ZED) initiative of the Quality Council of
India is introducing integrated certification systems to raise quality, productivity, and energy
efficiency, and to mitigate pollution in manufacturing.

RIDING THE DIGITAL WAVE: HARNESSING TECHNOLOGY FOR INDIA’S GROWTH


 The sector accounted for 26 percent of India’s total merchandise exports in 2014–15 and has catalysed entrepreneurship in the country.

The annual economic impact of new digital applications could be $550 billion to $1 trillion a year in
2025. That represents 20 to 30 percent of India’s incremental economic growth from 2012 to 2025 and up to six times the current revenue of the IT services sector. (If we think India's GDP will expand by 5 trillion dollars by 2025, $1 trillion will be 20% of it).

The government has launched Digital India, an initiative to build a digital backbone of infrastructure and services. Bharat Net seeks to connect all of India’s households through broadband using public-private partnerships. Common Services Centers are being rolled out to provide computer access and e-government services in rural areas, and according to government data, about 100,000 are perational
today, including some run by women’s cooperatives. The modernisation of India Post is bringing digital payment services to some 155,000 post offices throughout India. Business process outsourcing facilities, such as call centers, are to be launched in smaller, rural towns.


UNLOCKING THE POTENTIAL OF WOMEN



Women are underrepresented in India’s economy. MGI estimates that, at 17 percent, India’s women have the lowest share of contribution to GDP in the world, lower than women in China (41 percent), Sub-Saharan Africa (39 percent), and Latin America (33 percent). Women in India make up just 24 percent of the workforce, compared with 40 percent globally.

 India could raise its GDP by $700 billion in 2025 by bringing 68 million more women into
the economy over this period. But India needs to provide  physical security to women. (Both social change and change in security infrastructure and legal system are needed. India may also experiment with shorter working hours for women to take care of domestic responsibilities).

Government Capabilities Have to Change to Accelerate Development


Improve and integrate specific capabilities


To become more efficient, the government needs to build a range of new functional capabilities.
These include procurement and supply-chain expertise; deep technical skills for planning portfolios of infrastructure investments, and strong project management capabilities to ensure that large capital projects are completed on time and on budget; and training staff members to use digital technologies to automate and re-engineer processes, manage big data and advanced analytics, and improve citizen interactions through digitisation of touchpoints, online access platforms, portals, and messaging and payment platforms. The government could acquire these capabilities through training programmes and secondments from the private sector, where private sector has developed the capabilities ahead of government. Management institutes and technical institutes can provide help to the government in this regard by providing the necessary continuing education to government officers.







Tuesday, October 11, 2016

Diwali Special 14 - Gajalakshmi Hindi Poojan, Bhajan, Song and Aarti - Videos

Deepavali Special Telugu - Gajalakshmi Vratam



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Diwali Special 13 - Vijayalakshmi Hindi Stotram Prardhana, Bhajan, Song and Aarti - Videos





Vijayalakshmi Stotram

By Sage Agasthya

"Lakshmi Sthotram" (Devendra) & "Sri Vijayalakshmi Sthotram" (Sage Agasthya)
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Vijayalakshmi Strotram from 7.20

Jaya padma visalakshi, jaya thwam sri pathi priye,
Jaya mathar maha Lakshmi, samasarnavarnava tharini., 1





Mahalakshmi namasthubhyam, namasthubhyam sureswari,
Hari priye namasthubhyam, namasthubhyam daya nidhe., 2

Padmalaye namasthubhyam, namasthubhyam cha sarvadhe,
Sarva bhootha hitharthaya, vasu vrushtim sada kuru., 3

Jaganmathar namasthubhyam, namasthubhyam dhaya nidhe,
Dayavathi namasthubhyam, Visweswari namosthuthe., 4

Nama ksheerrnava sudhe, nama trilokya dharini,
Vasu vrushte namasthubhyam, raksha maam saranagatham., 5

Raksha thwam deva devesi deva devasya vallabhe,
Daridrya thrahi maam Lakshmi, krupaam kuru mamopari., 6

Namasthrilokya janani, Namatrilokya pavani,
Brahmadayo namanthi thwam, jagadananda dhayini., 7

Vishnu priye, namasthubhyam, namasthubhyam jagadhithe,
Aarthhanthri namasthubhyam, samrudhim kuru may sada., 8

Abjavase namasthubhyam, chapalayai namo nama,
Chanchalayai namasthubhyam, lalithyai namo nama., 9

Nama pradhymna janani, mathasthubhyam namo nama,
Paripalaya bho mathar maam, thubhyam saranagatham., 10

Saranye thwam prapannosmi, kamale kamalalaye,
Trahi trahi mahalakshmi, parithrana parayane., 11

Pandithyam shobhathe naiva, na shobhanthi guna nare,
Seelathwam naiva shobhthe, Mahalakshmi thwaya vina., 12

Thwad virajathe roopam, thawach seelam virajathe,
Thwad guna naranaam, cha yavath Lakshmi praseedathi., 13

Lakshmi thwayalankrutha manavaye,
Papair vimuktha, nrupaloka manya,
Gunair viheena, gunino bhavanthi,
Dusshelana sheelavatham varishta., 14

Lakshmir bhooshayathe roopam, lakshmir bhooshayathe kulam,
Lakshmir bhooshayathe vidhyam, sarva lakshmir viseshyathe., 15

Lakshmi thwad guna keerthanena, kamala bhoorythyalam jihmatham,
Rudradhya ravi Chandra devathayo, vakthum naiva kshama,
Asmabhi sthava roopa lakshana gunaan vakthum kadham sakyathe,
Mathar maam paripahi viswa janani kruthwa mameshtam dhruvam., 16

Dheenarthi bheetham, bhava thapa peeditham,
Dhanair viheenam, thava parsvamagatham,
Krupa nidhithwath, mama Lakshmi sathwaram,
Dhana pradhana dhana nayakam kuru., 17

Maam vilokya janani Hari priye,
Nirdhanam sameepamagatham,
Dehi may jjadithi karagram,
Vasthra kanchana varannamadbutham., 18

Thwameva janani Lakshmi, pitha Lakshmi thwameva cha,
Bratha thwam cha sakha Lakshmi vidhya Lakshmi thwameva cha., 19

Thrahi, thrahi maha Lakshmi, Thrahi, thrahi Sureswari,
Thrahi, thrahi Jagan matha, daridryath thrahi vegatha., 20

Namasthubhyam jagad dhatri, Namasthubhyam namo nama,
Dharma dhaare Namasthubhyam, nama sampathi dhayini., 21

Daridryarnava magnoham, nimagnoham rasa thale,
Majjantham maam kare dhruthwa, thudhara thwam rame dhruvam., 22

Kim Lakshmi bahunokthena, japithena puna puna,
Anyamme saranam nasthi, sathyam sathyam hari priye., 23

Ethath sruthwa sathya vakyaam, hrushyamana hari priya,
Uvacha madhuram vaneem, thushtoham thave sarvadha., 24

Yathwayoktha midham stotram ya padishyathi manava,
Srunothi cha maha bhagas thasyaham vasa varthini., 25

Nithyam padathi yo bhakthya, thwam Lakshmi sthasya nasyathi,
Ranam cha nasyathe theevram, viyogam na pasyathi., 26

Ya padeth prathar uthaya, sradha bhakthi samanvitha,
Gruhe thasya sada sthasye nithyam sreepathina saha., 27

Sukha soubhagya sampanno, manasvee budhiman bhaved,
Puthravan gunavan sreshto bhoga bhoktha cha manava., 28

Idham stotram maha punyam Lakshmy agasthya prakeerthitham,
Vishnu prasada jananam,chaturvarga phala pradham., 29

Rajadware jayaschaiva, sathroschiva parajaya,
Bhootha pretha pisachanam, vyagranam na bhayam thadha., 30

Na sasthra anala thyaougathbhayam thasya prajayathe,
Durvruthanam cha papanam bahu hanikaram param., 31

Mandhurakari salasugavam goshte samahitha,
Padeth dosha santhyartham, maha pathaka nasanam., 32

Sarva soukhya karam, nrunam ayur aroghyadam thadha,
Agasthya munina proktham, prajanam, hitha kamyaya., 33

Diwali Special 12 - Ashta Lakshmi Hindi Prardhana, Bhajan, Song and Aarti - Videos



Ashta Lakshmi Pooja and Homam Navratri Celebrations Part 1
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Ashta Lakshmi Pooja and Homam Navratri Celebrations Part 2

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Ashtalakshmi Stotram with Hindi Lyrics
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Diwali Special 10 - Mahalakshmi Hindi Prardhana, Bhajan, Song and Aarti - Videos




Jai Jai Lakshmi Mata - Devotional Song - Anuradha Paudwal

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1008 Divine Names of Sri Mahalakshmi (Cosmic Mother) - "Sri Lakshmi Sahasranamavali" (Skanda Purana)
Shangu Chakra Gadha Padmam
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Badi Chanchal Hai Laxmi Mata - Lakshmi Mata Bhajan

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O Meri Lakshmi Mata

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Happy Diwali - Lakshmi-Kuber-Diwali-Poojan - Diwali Pooja vidhi.

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Sampoorna Diwali Pooja Vidhi in Hindi 

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Lakshmi Chalisa, Suktham, Kanakdhara, Lakshmi Gayatri, Aarti Full Audio

Diwali Pooja Vidhi 00:00
Lakshmi Chalisa 10:11
Shri Suktham 20:08
Shri Lakshmi Gayatri 26:33
Kanakdhar Stotra 33:53
Lakshmi Aarti 42:46
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Diwali Special 4 - Vaibhav Lakshmi Hindi Prardhana, Bhajan, Song and Aarti - Videos




Vaibhav Lakshmi Vrat Vidhaan  & Katha 

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MAHALAKSHMI CHALISA - 00:00:00
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MAHALAKSHMI ASHTAK - 00:09:56

MAHALAKSHMI POOJAN VIDHI - 00:19:43
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TERI HI GOONJE JAI JAIKAAR 00:39:09
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Think Over These Thoughts in 2016 and Act




It will certainly be a shame on the 21st century Bharat, if one’s own innocent kin have to bear insults and physical onslaughts, because of one’s wrath over a trivial issue or one’s superiority complex, which also facilitate the divisive forces to take benefit out of it to tarnish Bharat’s image and also to slow down the momentum of good social welfare activities being carried out all over.



All have to bear in mind that freedom and equality could be achieved and consolidated only on the strength of the quantum and intensity of fraternal feeling in the society. And the nation will be in a position to face the challenges before it only on the basis of this strength. As dense clouds of threat to security, unity, sovereignty and integrity loom large even today, it is all the more necessary to take forward the tradition of goodwill promoted by great seers like Sree Abhinavagupta and Sree Ramanujacharya. Our thoughts, words and deeds should be to cement and further fortify the oneness of all Indians, and not to weaken it. Those who give leadership in different walks of our social life, should be disciplined enough to display this sense of responsibility. Along with this, necessary mechanism should be put in place to prompt our people also to behave with this sense of responsibility. Education should equip an individual to earn his livelihood, make him self-reliant self-respecting and also make him confident about earning his livelihood. Along with acquiring knowledge and learning, he should have a sense of responsibility, congenial attitude as a citizen, and be a good person leading a life based on values. Education should be such as to meet these demands and the curriculum should be suitable to satisfy these needs. Different programmes, festivals, campaigns, etc., being organised at the social level, are intended to impart social education and culture. But, at times, they lose their spirit and turn into hollow and meaningless rituals. If at all we take care to restructure them, keeping in mind the demands of the changing times, and organise them at social level, they will still prove to be the best instruments for social education. Emancipating ourselves from the wrongful influences caused by centuries-old slavery and self-forgetfulness, we have to formulate our national policies based on our own traditional genius. For this, we have to imbue our hearts with our great and lofty eternal values, ideals and culture. Through our life and deeds we must show to the world that, as a nation, we are marching ahead with self-confidence, finding answers to all sorts of painful problems that have been nagging the world for millennia. And this is the sum and substance of the message the great saint Gulabrao Maharaj has given us through his voluminous works and his life-long penance. Activities like Samarasata, Gou-samvardhana, Kutumbaprabodhan, etc., aimed at bringing about the required change in the Samaj are being some voluntary organizations. But it is necessary for the entire society to become active in this direction. During the nine days of “Navatri,” gods – the noble human-force of that time- coordinated, harnessed and consolidated their might and, on the tenth day, decapitated demons like Chanda, Munda and Mahishasura to relieve humanity of their burden. People of India have to do it every year and break the barriers to progress of the country.

Sunday, October 9, 2016

Ninth day of Navaratri – Mahanavami - Siddhidatri Puja – Hindi


How to worship Maa Siddhidatri on the 9th day of Navaratri | Pt Suresh Pandey
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माँ सिद्धिदात्री की कथा एवं स्तुति नवरात्र
Navratri Katha Siddhidaatri Maa
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Durga Stuti | Siddhidatri Mantra (Navami) | Day Nine Mantra of Navratri
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Detailed Pooja Method of Maa Siddhidatri in English


http://hindupad.com/siddhidatri-puja-vidhi-maa-siddhidayini-pooja/



माँ सिद्धिदात्री का मंत्र (Mata Siddhidatri Mantra)


इनका उपासना मंत्र है

सिद्धगन्धर्वयक्षाघैरसुरैरमरैरपि ।
सेव्यमाना सदा भूयात् सिद्धिदा सिद्धिदायिनी॥


Siddhidatri Jaap Mantra 108 Repetitions ( Day 9 Navratri ) Navami
Chant Central
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सिद्धिदात्री की ध्यान (Mata Siddhidatri Dhyan)

वन्दे वांछित मनोरथार्थ चन्द्रार्घकृत शेखराम्।
कमलस्थितां चतुर्भुजा सिद्धीदात्री यशस्वनीम्॥
स्वर्णावर्णा निर्वाणचक्रस्थितां नवम् दुर्गा त्रिनेत्राम्।
शख, चक्र, गदा, पदम, धरां सिद्धीदात्री भजेम्॥
पटाम्बर, परिधानां मृदुहास्या नानालंकार भूषिताम्।
मंजीर, हार, केयूर, किंकिणि रत्नकुण्डल मण्डिताम्॥
प्रफुल्ल वदना पल्लवाधरां कातं कपोला पीनपयोधराम्।
कमनीयां लावण्यां श्रीणकटि निम्ननाभि नितम्बनीम्॥

सिद्धिदात्री की स्तोत्र पाठ (Mata Siddhidatri Stotra)

कंचनाभा शखचक्रगदापद्मधरा मुकुटोज्वलो।
स्मेरमुखी शिवपत्नी सिद्धिदात्री नमोअस्तुते॥
पटाम्बर परिधानां नानालंकारं भूषिता।
नलिस्थितां नलनार्क्षी सिद्धीदात्री नमोअस्तुते॥
परमानंदमयी देवी परब्रह्म परमात्मा।
परमशक्ति, परमभक्ति, सिद्धिदात्री नमोअस्तुते॥
विश्वकर्ती, विश्वभती, विश्वहर्ती, विश्वप्रीता।
विश्व वार्चिता विश्वातीता सिद्धिदात्री नमोअस्तुते॥
भुक्तिमुक्तिकारिणी भक्तकष्टनिवारिणी।
भव सागर तारिणी सिद्धिदात्री नमोअस्तुते॥
धर्मार्थकाम प्रदायिनी महामोह विनाशिनी।
मोक्षदायिनी सिद्धीदायिनी सिद्धिदात्री नमोअस्तुते॥

सिद्धिदात्री की कवच ( Mata Siddhidatri Kavach)

ओंकारपातु शीर्षो मां ऐं बीजं मां हृदयो।
हीं बीजं सदापातु नभो, गुहो च पादयो॥
ललाट कर्णो श्रीं बीजपातु क्लीं बीजं मां नेत्र घ्राणो।
कपोल चिबुको हसौ पातु जगत्प्रसूत्यै मां सर्व वदनो॥

http://www.bhaktiras.net/maa-siddhidatri-ninth-form-of-nava-durgas/



Durga Aarti |

Om Jai Siddhidatri Maa

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How To Worship ma Siddhidatri On Ninth Day Of Navratri,
नवरात्री- कैसे करे नौवे दिन की पूजा

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Navaratri Day 9 - Navratra Ki Maha Navami Par Kare Maa Siddhidatri Ki Puja, Aradhana
Vaibhava Nath Sharma
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विजयदशमी पूजा - Vijayadashami - Dasara - Dussehra - Hindi



दशहरा (विजयदशमी या आयुध-पूजा) हिन्दुओं का एक प्रमुख त्योहार है।  अश्विन  मास के शुक्ल पक्ष की दशमी तिथि को इसका आयोजन होता है।

भगवान राम ने इसी दिन रावण का वध किया था। इसे असत्य पर सत्य की विजय के रूप में मनाया जाता है।राम-रावण युद्ध नवरात्रों में हुआ। रावण की मृत्यु अष्टमी-नवमी के संधिकाल में और दाह संस्कार दशमी तिथि को हुआ। इसके बाद विजयदशमी मनाने का उद्देश्य रावण पर राम की जीत यानी असत्य पर सत्य की जीत हो गया। आज भी संपूर्ण रामायण की रामलीला नवरात्रों में ही खेली जाती है और दसवें दिन सायंकाल में रावण का पुतला जलाया जाता है। इस दौरान यह ध्यान रखा जाता है कि दाह के समय भदा न हो।
इसीलिये इस दशमी को विजयादशमी के नाम से जाना जाता है।

दशहरा वर्ष की तीन अत्यन्त शुभ तिथियों में से एक है, अन्य दो हैं चैत्र शुक्ल की एवं कार्तिक शुक्ल की प्रतिपदा। इसी दिन लोग नया कार्य प्रारम्भ करते हैं, शस्त्र-पूजा की जाती है।

प्राचीन काल में राजा लोग इस दिन विजय की प्रार्थना कर रण-यात्रा के लिए प्रस्थान करते थे।

 इस दिन जगह-जगह मेले लगते हैं। रामलीला का आयोजन होता है। रावण का विशाल पुतला बनाकर उसे जलाया जाता है। दशहरा अथवा विजयदशमी भगवान राम की विजय के रूप में मनाया जाए अथवा दुर्गा पूजा के रूप में, दोनों ही रूपों में यह शक्ति-पूजा का पर्व है, शस्त्र पूजन की तिथि है। हर्ष और उल्लास तथा विजय का पर्व है।

भारतीय संस्कृति वीरता की पूजक है, शौर्य की उपासक है। व्यक्ति और समाज के रक्त में वीरता प्रकट हो इसलिए दशहरे का उत्सव रखा गया है।

दशहरा का पर्व दस प्रकार के पापों- काम, क्रोध, लोभ, मोह मद, मत्सर, अहंकार, आलस्य, हिंसा और चोरी के परित्याग की सद्प्रेरणा प्रदान करता है।

Dusshera / Vijayadashami or Ayudhapuja Pooja Katha & Vidhi ( विजयदशमी / दशहरा / आयुध पूजा)
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Nava Raatri - YouTube Videos

Part 1 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R2SDlGQlViw

Part 2
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Part 3 - Durga Puja
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Part 4
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महिशासुरमर्दनि


आश्चिन मास के शुक्ल पक्ष की प्रतिपदा तिथि से नवरात्रे प्रारम्भ होते है, तथा पूरे नौ दिन रहने के बाद नवमी तिथि को समाप्त होते है. नवरात्रे अर्थात नौ+रात्रियां. प्रत्येक एक वर्ष में दो बार नवरात्रे आते है. इन दोनों नवरात्रों में भी आश्चिन मास के नवरात्रों का विशेष महत्व है.

आश्चिन शुक्ल पक्ष की प्रतिपदा तिथि से नवमी तिथि के मध्य के समय को नवरात्रे के नाम से जाना जाता है.  इन नवरात्रों को शारदीय नवरात्रे भी कहा जाता है. वर्ष 2014 में ये नवरात्रे 25 सितम्बर  से शुरु होकर 4  अक्तूबर, तक रहेगें.

माता के उपवासक प्रतिपदा तिथि में ही स्नान, ध्यानादि से निवृ्त होकर, नौ दिनों के व्रत का संकल्प लेते है. प्रथम दिन कलश स्थापना की जाती है. इसके बाद प्रतिदिन ज्योति जलाकर, षोडशोपचार सहित माता की पूजा की जाती है.

एक पौराणिक कथा के अनुसार नवरात्रि में मां दुर्गा ने महिषासुर नामक राक्षस का वध करके देवताओं को उसके कष्टों से मुक्त किया था. एक बार की बात है, जब महिषासुर राक्षस के आंतक से सभी देवताओ भयभीत रहते थे. महिषासुर ने भगवान शिव की आराधना करके अद्वितीय शक्तियाम प्राप्त कर ली थी और तीनों देव अर्थात ब्रह्मा, विष्णु व महेश भी उसे हराने मे असमर्थ थे. उस समय सभी देवताओं ने अपनी अपनी शक्तियों को मिलाकर शक्ति दुर्गा को जन्म दिया. अनेक शक्तियों के तेज से जन्मी माता दुर्गा ने महिषासुर का वध कर सबके कष्टों से मुक्त किया.

दुर्गा सप्त शती में माँ दुर्गा का अनेक अवतार के वर्णन है|

Durga Sapta Shati -1 - Hindi - दुर्गा सप्तशती with English Translation


Updated 11 October 2016,  17 September 2016

Surgical Strikes on Terrorist Locations in Pakistan Occupied Kashmir - 28 September 2016


Indian armed forces attacked the terrorist camps from terrorists are planning to enter India based on credible threat information during the night of 28 September 2016. They informed the Pakistan military about the action they carried out.

http://www.indiatimes.com/news/india/india-just-confirmed-we-carried-out-surgical-attacks-across-loc-last-night-destroyed-terror-targets-262617.html

Statement by DGMO in English and Hindi
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5 October 2016
DNA: Exclusive details of India's surgical strikes from eye witnesses
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Updated 11 October 2016,  29 September 2016

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స్కిల్ ఇండియా మేక్ ఇన్ ఇండియా
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Saturday, October 8, 2016

Navratri First day– Kalasha Sthapana (Kalasha Pooja) or Ghata Sthapana – Shailaputri Puja - Hindi


Maa Shailputri Puja Vidhi |

माता शैलपुत्री की पूजा |


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|| कलश स्थापना ||

नवरात्रा का प्रारम्भ आश्विन शुक्ल पक्ष की प्रतिपदा तिथि को कलश स्थापना के साथ होता है. कलश को हिन्दु विधानों में मंगलमूर्ति गणेश का स्वरूप माना जाता है अत: सबसे पहले कलश की स्थान की जाती है. कलश स्थापना के लिए भूमि को सिक्त यानी शुद्ध किया जाता है. भूमि की शुद्धि के लिए गाय के गोबर और गंगा-जल से भूमि को लिपा जाता है.

अत: इनकी पूजा में सभी तीर्थों, नदियों, समुद्रों, नवग्रहों, दिक्पालों, दिशाओं, नगर देवता, ग्राम देवता सहित सभी योगिनियों को भी आमंत्रित किया जाता और और कलश में उन्हें विराजने हेतु प्रार्थना सहित उनका आहवान किया जाता है. कलश में सप्तमृतिका यानी सात प्रकार की मिट्टी, सुपारी, मुद्रा सादर भेट किया जाता है और पंच प्रकार के पल्लव से कलश को सुशोभित किया जाता है.
इस कलश के नीचे सात प्रकार के अनाज और जौ बोये जाते हैं जिन्हें दशमी तिथि को काटा जाता है और इससे सभी देवी-देवता की पूजा होती है.

“जयन्ती मंगला काली भद्रकाली कपालिनी, दुर्गा क्षमा शिवा धात्री स्वाहा, स्वधा नामोस्तुते”. इसी मंत्र से पुरोहित यजमान के परिवार के सभी सदस्यों के सिर पर जयंती डालकर सुख, सम्पत्ति एवं आरोग्य का आर्शीवाद देते हैं।

कलश स्थापना के पश्चात देवी का आह्वान किया जाता है कि ‘हे मां दुर्गा हमने आपका स्वरूप जैसा सुना है उसी रूप में आपकी प्रतिमा बनवायी है आप उसमें प्रवेश कर हमारी पूजा अर्चना को स्वीकार करें’.
देवी दुर्गा की प्रतिमा पूजा स्थल पर बीच में स्थापित की जाती है और उनके दोनों तरफ यानी दायीं ओर देवी महालक्ष्मी, गणेश और विजया नामक योगिनी की प्रतिमा रहती है और बायीं ओर कार्तिकेय, देवी महासरस्वती और जया नामक योगिनी रहती है तथा भगवान भोले नाथ की भी पूजा की जाती है. प्रथम पूजन के दिन“शैलपुत्री” के रूप में भगवती दुर्गा दुर्गतिनाशिनी की पूजा फूल, अक्षत, रोली, चंदन से होती हैं.

|| शैलपुत्री की ध्यान ||
वन्दे वांछितलाभाय चन्द्रर्धकृत शेखराम्।
वृशारूढ़ा शूलधरां शैलपुत्री यशस्वनीम्॥
पूणेन्दु निभां गौरी मूलाधार स्थितां प्रथम दुर्गा त्रिनेत्राम्॥
पटाम्बर परिधानां रत्नाकिरीटा नामालंकार भूषिता॥
प्रफुल्ल वंदना पल्लवाधरां कातंकपोलां तुग कुचाम्।
कमनीयां लावण्यां स्नेमुखी क्षीणमध्यां नितम्बनीम्॥


|| शैलपुत्री की स्तोत्र पाठ ||
प्रथम दुर्गा त्वंहिभवसागर: तारणीम्।
धन ऐश्वर्यदायिनी शैलपुत्री प्रणमाभ्यम्॥
त्रिलोजननी त्वंहि परमानंद प्रदीयमान्।
सौभाग्यरोग्य दायनी शैलपुत्री प्रणमाभ्यहम्॥
चराचरेश्वरी त्वंहिमहामोह: विनाशिन।
मुक्तिभुक्ति दायनीं शैलपुत्री प्रमनाम्यहम्॥


|| शैलपुत्री की कवच ||
ओमकार: मेंशिर: पातुमूलाधार निवासिनी।
हींकार: पातु ललाटे बीजरूपा महेश्वरी॥
श्रींकारपातुवदने लावाण्या महेश्वरी ।
हुंकार पातु हदयं तारिणी शक्ति स्वघृत।
फट्कार पात सर्वागे सर्व सिद्धि फलप्रदा॥


Top 9 Navaratri Devi Jukebox | Jai Mata | Ma Durga | Devi Songs |
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Eighth day of Navaratri – Maha Gauri Pooja in Hindi

श्वेते वृषे समारुढा श्वेताम्बरधरा शुचिः।
महागौरी शुभं दघान्महादेवप्रमोददा॥

माँ महागौरी को नारियल का भोग लगाए इससे संतान सुख संवंधित परेशानियो के छुटकारा मिलता है !

दुर्गा अष्टमी व्रत कथा और पूजन विधि - Jagran Junction

मासिक दुर्गाष्टमी की कथा एवम इतिहास
http://hindumythology.org/know-major-hindu-festival/devotional-durga-ashtami-story/

दुर्गाष्टमी
http://www.sanatan.org/hindi/a/151.html




नवरात्री दुर्गा अष्टमी पूजा विधि || दुर्गाष्टमी पूजन विधि || Navratri Durga Ashtmi Pujan Vidhi
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माता महागौरी | आठवें दिन देवी महागौरी की पूजा
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A very special Kanya Pooja on Durga Ashtami
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Friday, October 7, 2016

India - Districts

India - Districts

India - Districts

Authors

 
 
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Census 2001
 
Number of districts
S No. State No. of districts
1 Andaman & Nicobar Islands 3
2 Andhra Pradesh 23
3 Arunachal Pradesh 16
4 Assam 27
5 Bihar 38
6 Chandigarh 1
7 Chhattisgarh 18
8 Dadra & Nagar Haveli 1
9 Daman & Diu 2
10 Delhi 9
11 Goa 2
12 Gujarat 25
13 Haryana 21
14 Himachal Pradesh 12
15 Jammu & Kashmir 15
16 Jharkhand 24
17 Karnataka 28
18 Kerala 14
19 Lakshadweep 1
20 Madhya Pradesh 50
21 Maharashtra 35
22 Manipur 9
23 Meghalaya 7
24 Mizoram 8
25 Nagaland 11
26 Orissa 30
27 Pondicherry 4
28 Punjab 20
29 Rajasthan 33
30 Sikkim 4
31 Tamil Nadu 30
32 Tripura 4
33 Uttar Pradesh 70
34 Uttaranchal 13
35 West Bengal 18
 
Total: 627 
Sources
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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    MSMEs in Each District of India


    India has 686 districts in 2016.

    How many MSMEs are there in each district on average?

    On average each district has 1,00,000 MSMEs.
    Can we take 10,000 as small enterprises, 1000 as medium enterprises and 100 as large units and the rest 89,000 as microunits.

    That will give in India 68600 large units, 686000 medium units, 68,60,000 small units and  6,11,00,000 microunits.  Total: 6,86,00,000 MSMEs



    But District Industries Centers and MSME institute is not yet adequately capturing the information. They have to integrate the MUDRA Finance data into their information base.

    Mudra finance was given more than 3 crore units in 2015-16.


    there are 442 large scale units, 91 medium scale units, 5823 small units and 9454 micro units registered with DIC.


    Number of Schools in Each Distict of Each State

    Madhya Pradesh
    2016 data
    http://www.educationportal.mp.gov.in/Public/Schools/ssrs/State_School_Block.aspx?MP=1




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    INDIA - ANNUAL STATUS OF EDUCATION REPORT 2013

    All India documents

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         ASER 2013 - Full report   |   National Findings 
         Learning and Enrollment Report Card (English / Hindi)  
         School Report Card (English / Hindi)
         About the survey                                  
         Frequently Asked Questions  ( English / Hindi )   
         Press Release (English / Hindi)  

    Articles

         Dr Madhav Chavan : Old challenges for a new generation
         Dr Rukmini Banerji : The First Step 
         Yamini Aiyar : PAISA and the ASER Survey 

    State pages   In alphabetical order

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         All India:    English / Hindi 
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         Andhra Pradesh:   State | Divisional estimates | District estimates
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         Bihar:   State ( English / Hindi ) | Divisional Estimates | District estimates
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         Chhattisgarh:   State (EnglishHindi) | Divisonal estimatesDistrict estimates
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         Gujarat:   State | Divisional Estimates | District Estimates 
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         Karnataka:   State | Divisional Estimates | District Estimates
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         Kerala:   State | Divisional Estimates | District Estimates
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         Madhya Pradesh:   State (EnglishHindi) | Divisional EstimatesDistrict Estimates
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         Tamil Nadu:   State | Divisional Estimates | District Estimates
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