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Lakshmi Devi Names

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Lakshmi Devi & her 108 Names Name Meaning Prakruti Nature Vikruti Multi-Faceted Nature Vidya Wisdom Sarvabhootahitaprada Granter of Universal Niceties Shraddha Devoted Vibhuti Wealth Surabhi Celestial Being Paramatmika Omnipresence Vachi Nectar-Like Speech Padmalaya Residing On The Lotus Padma Lotus Shuchi Embodiment of Purity Swaha Shape of Swahadevi(Auspicious) Swadha Shape of Swadhadevi Sudha Nectar Dhanya Personification of Gratitude Hiranmayi Golden Appearance ...

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Lord Ganapathi and different Names

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Lord Ganesha is known by various names. There are 108 different names for lord Ganapathi. Following are these various Sanskrit names of Ganapathi with their meaning. These names can be used for boys and girls. Akhuratha: One whose chariot is pulled by a mouse Alampata: One who is forever eternal Amit: One who is incomparable Anantachidrupamayam: One who is the ...

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Lord Ganesh Symbolism

Big Head :- Think Big Small Eyes :- Concentrate Rope :- To pull you nearer to the highest goal. One Tusk :- Retain good throw away bad Trunk :- High Efficiency and Adaptability Madaka :- Rewards of Sadhana Large Ears :- Listern more Axe :- To cut of all bonds of attachments Small Mouth :- Talk Less Blessings :- Blesses ...

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Camphor Uses & Benifits

Aarati

We use camphor as a holy ingredient during hawans and pujas. It is also used to bring an aromatic flavour in desserts. Did you know that camphor has many medicinal uses? The white crystalline camphor can be used to treat many health as well as skin problems. It is believed that camphor when dissolved in water can be really effective ...

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Purpose of Burning Agarbatti

Burning Agarbatthi (incense) during daily poojas, social and religious occasions since time immemorial, is a Tradition followed by almost all of the Indians and other parts of the Asian Continent too. HISTORY:- There are mentions about the burning of Agarbatthi in the Vedas, specifically the Atharva –Veda and Rig Vedha. The Siddhas or the medicinal priests (as per the Vedas) are said ...

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