Water is Medicine : Quotations from the Atharvana Veda! (Post no.10,495)

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Post No. 10,495

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January 2022 Good Thoughts Calendar

Festival Days- January 13 -Bogi Pandikai,14- Pongal/Makara Sankranti, 15- Cattle Pongal; 16-Tiruvalluvar day/Kanum Pongal,  18-Thai Pusam, Vadalur Jothi Dharsanam,22- Thiagaraja Aradhana, 23– Seshadri Swamikal Jayanti, 26 Republic Day, 31-Thai Amavasai

Full moon Day/ Purnima -Jan.17; New Moon day/Amavasya – Jan.2, 31; Ekadasi Fasting Days- 13, 28

Auspicious Day- 20

31 Quotations from the Atharvana Veda

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January 1 Saturday

May now Vāchaspati assign to me the strength and powers of
  those  who, wearing every shape and form, the triple seven, are
   wandering round. AV- 1-1-1

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January 2 Sunday

Come you again, Vāchaspati, come with divine intelligence.
  Vasoshpati, repose you here. In me be Knowledge, yes, in me AV.1-1-2

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January 3 Monday

I call the Waters, Goddesses, hitherward where our cattle
   drink:
  The streams must share the sacrifice.
Amrit is in the Waters, in the Waters balm.AV.1.4.3/4

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January 4 Tuesday

You, Waters, truly bring us bliss: so help us to strength and
   power  That we may look on great delight
. AV 1-5-1

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January 5 Wednesday
Here grant to us a share of dew, that most auspicious dew of
   yours, Like mothers in their longing love. AV 1-5-2

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January 6 Thursday

The Waters be to us for drink, Goddesses, for our aid and
   bliss: 
  Let them stream health and wealth to us. – AV.1- 6- 1

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January 7 Friday

Within the Waters—Soma thus hath told me—dwell all balms
   that heal
, And Agni, he who bless all. – AV.1- 6- 2

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January 8 Saturday
O Waters, teem with medicine to keep my body safe from harm,
  So that I long may see the Sun.
AV.1- 6- 3

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January 9 Sunday
The Waters bless us, all that rise in desert lands or marshy
   pools!

  Bless us the Waters dug from earth, bless us the Waters brought
   in jars, bless us the Waters of the Rains! -AV.1- 6- 4

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January 10 Monday

May Indra, Pūshan, Varuna, Mitra, Agni, benignant Gods,
   maintain this man in riches.
  May the Ādityas and the Visve Devas set and support him in
   most supreme lustre. AV.1-9-1

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January 11 Tuesday
May light, O Gods, be under his dominion, Agni, the Sun, all;
   that is bright and golden.
  Prostrate beneath our feet his foes and rivals. Uplift him to the.
   loftiest cope of heaven. AV.1-9-2

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January 12 Wednesday
Whatever falsehood you have told, much evil spoken with the
   tongue,
  I liberate you from the noose of Varuna the righteous King. AV 1-10-3

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January 13 Thursday

I free you from Vaisvānara, from the great surging flood of sin.
  Call you your brothers, Awful One! and pay attention to our
   prayer. AV 1-10-4

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January 14 Friday

Four are the regions of the sky, and four the regions of the
   earth:
  The Gods have brought the babe; let them prepare the woman
   for the birth. AV 1-11-2

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January 15 Saturday

Well be it with my upper frame, well be it with my lower parts.
  With my four limbs let it be well. Let all my body be in health
. AV 1-12-4

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January 16 Sunday

Homage to you, the Lightning’s flash, homage to you, the
  Thunder’s roar!
  Homage to you, the Stone which you hurl against the
   undevoted! AV 1-13-1

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January 17 Monday
Homage to ou, Child of the Flood whence you collect fer-
   vent heat!
  Be gracious to our bodies, give our children happiness and
   joy
. AV.1-13-2

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January 18 Tuesday

Lord of the clans, giver of bliss, fiend-slayer, mighty o’er the
   foe,
  May Indra, Soma-drinker, go before us, Bull, who brings us
   peace. AV 1-21-1

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January 19 Wednesday
Indra, subdue our enemies, lay low the men who fight with
   us:

  Down into nether darkness send the man who shows us enmity: AV 1-21-2

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January 20 Thursday

Strike down the fiend, strike down the foes, break you asunder
  Vritra’s jaws.
  O Indra, Vritra-slayer, quell the wrath of the assailing foe. : AV 1-21-3

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January 21 Friday

  Grant us your great protection
; keep his deadly weapon far
   away. AV 1-21-4

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January 22 Saturday

Further us rightly, favour you our bodies with your gracious love.
  Give (you) our children happiness.AV.1-26-4

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January 23 Sunday 29

With that victorious Amulet which strengthened Indra’s power-
   and might
  Do you, O Brāhmanaspati, increase our strength for kingly
   sway. AV.1-29-1

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January 24 Monday


Slayer of rivals, vanquisher, may that victorious Amulet
  Be bound on me for regal sway and conquest of my enemies
. AV 1-29.4

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January 25 Tuesday
Yon Sun hath mounted up on high, and this my word hath
   mounted up
  That I may smite my foes and be slayer of rivals, rival less. AV.1.29.5

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January 26 Wednesday

Guard and protect this man, all Gods and Vasus. Over him keep-
   ye watch and ward, Ādityas.


  Let not death reach him from the hands of brothers from hands
   of aliens, or of human beings.AV.1-3-1

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January 27 Thursday

Listen, one-minded, to the word I, utter, the sons, O Gods,
   among you, and the fathers!
  I trust this man to all of you: preserve him happily, and to
   length of days conduct him
.AV.1-30-2

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January 28 Friday
All Gods who dwell on earth or in the heavens, in air, within.
   the plants, the beasts, the waters,
  Grant this man life to full old age, and let him escape the
   hundred other ways of dying
. AV.1.30.3

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January 29 Saturday


You, Guardians of the regions, Gods who keep the quarters of
   the heavens,
  Rescue and free us from the bonds of Nirriti, from grief and
   woe! -AV. 1-31-2

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January 30 Sunday

Well be it with our mother and our father, well be it with our
   cows, and beasts, and people.
  Ours be all happy fortune, grace, and favour. Long, very long
   may we behold the sunlight.
-AV. 1-31-4

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January 31 Monday

Homage to the supreme Brahman

Of whom the sun is the eye,

And the moon that becomes new again and again,

And who has made Agni his mouth – AV.10-7-33

RIVER TUNGABHADRA, Mantralaya 

—subham—

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MORE QUOTATIONS FROM PANCHATANTRA-NOVEMBER 2021 CALENDAR (Post.10,278)

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Post No. 10,278

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FESTIVAL DAYS-  4 DEEPAVALI, AMAVASYA, LAKSHMI PUJA; 5- GOVARDHAN PUJA, GUJARATI NEW YEAR; 9 SOORA SAMHARAM, SKANDA SHASTI ; 14 CHILDRENS DAY; 19-KARTIK PURNIMA, CHANDRA GRAHANA/LUNAR ECLIPSE; 23 SRI SATHYA SAI BABA

NEWMOON DAY/AMAVASYA- NOVEMBER 4, FULL MOON – 19, EKADASI DAYS 1, 15, 30 ; AUSPICIOUS DAYS- 8, 11, 21, 24, 25, 29

NOVEMBER 1 MONDAY

Rulers live off their lands

Physicians off the sick

Merchants live off their consumers

The learned off fools

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NOVEMBER 2 TUESDAY

Thieves live off the unwary

Almsman off householders

Harlots off pleasure seekers

And workers off the whole world

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NOVEMBER 3 WEDNESDAY

The king incarnates all the gods

So sing the sages old

Then treat him like gods,to him

Let nothing false be told

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NOVEMBER 4 THURSDAY

King pays for good or ill at once

The Gods, a lifetime hence

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NOVEMBER 5 FRIDAY

There is no toy,called easy joy

But man must strain, to body s pain

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NOVEMBER 6 SATURDAY

To what good purpose can a cow

That brings no calf nor milk,be lent

Or why beget a son who proves

A dunce and disobedient

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NOVEMBER 7 SUNDAY

It is better to be dead than to be poor

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NOVEMBER 8 MONDAY

One without ambition does not hold office

And fallen out of love does not care to adorn himself

And one who lacks learning displays no eloquence

And one who is blunt in speech is never a cheat

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NOVEMBER 9 TUESDAY

The hurricane innocuous passes

Over feeble,lowly bending grasses

But tears at lofty trees, the great

Their prowess greatly demonstrate

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NOVEMBER 10 WEDNESDAY

With fields ever changing rivers

With wife on flirting bent

Or in a house with serpents

No man can be content

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NOVEMBER 11 THURSDAY

Slay not a woman, Brahmin, child

An invalid or hermit mild

In case of major dereliction

Disfigurement is the infliction

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NOVEMBER 12 FRIDAY

A king though proud and pure of birth

Will see his servants flee

A court where no rewards are won

As birds a withered tree

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NOVEMBER 13 SATURDAY

No stranger may be turned aside

who seeks your door at even tide

Nay,honour him and you shall be

Transmuted into deity

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NOVEMBER 14 SUNDAY

Indulge no anger,shameless wish

To hurt, unless you can

The chickpea hopping up and down

Will crack no frying pan

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NOVEMBER 15 MONDAY

Unceasing effort brings success

Fate, fate is all let dastards wail

Smite fate and prove yourself a man

What fault if bold endeavour fail

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NOVEMBER 16 TUESDAY

The gods befriend a man who climbs

Determination s height

So Vishnu, discuss, bird sustained

The weaker in the fight

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NOVEMBER 17 WEDNESDAY

Let resolution guide the Great

However desperate his state

However grim his hostile fate

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NOVEMBER 18 THURSDAY

By resolution lifted high

With shrewd decision as ally

He grimly sees troubles fly

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NOVEMBER 19 FRIDAY

Educating minds unfit

Cannot rescue sluggish Wit

Just as house lamps wasted are

Set within a covered

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NOVEMBER 20 SATURDAY

The great are firm, though battered

Great ocean is not fouled by caring shore

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NOVEMBER 21 SUNDAY

No rouge asks reason for his wrath

Nor saint,to travel in kindness path

By nature power the sweet or sour

In sugar dwells or neem trees flower

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NOVEMBER 22 MONDAY

A man might confide somethings to his wife

Some to his close friends, and some to his son

These deserve his trust, but not reveal

All matters to everyone in sight

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NOVEMBER 23 TUESDAY

The wise do not care to serve the king

who cannot recognise each one’s merit

Such service is wholly barren of all fruit

Like the tillage of a salt meadow

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NOVEMBER 24 WEDNESDAY

Servants and ornaments are to be placed

Each in the position right fo them

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NOVEMBER 25 THURSDAY

The wiseman puts one foot forward

While he stands firm on the other

He will not foresake his former home

Until he finds another

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NOVEMBER 26 FRIDAY

Slight kindness shown to lofty souls

A strange enlargement seeks

The moon s beam glean with white r light

On Himalayas peak

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NOVEMBER 27 SATURDAY

Does a scoundrel require provocation to fly into a great rage?

Or a saint needs kindness to make him calm?

It is the inherent nature each

To produce its own flavour distinctive.

NOVEMBER 28 SUNDAY

By no man’s smile is any man raised high

By no man s frown is any man cast down

Up or down, a man rises or falls in life

By the true worth of his actions and conduct

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NOVEMBER 29 MONDAY

The firefly seems a fire, the sky looks flat

Yet sky and fly are neither this nor that

The true seem often false, the false seem true

Appearance s deceive, so think it through

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NOVEMBER 30 TUESDAY

Where the tongue is double

You may look for trouble

–SUBHAM–

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More Rigvedic Quotations (Post No.9907)

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Post No. 9907

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August 2021 ‘Good Thoughts’ Calendar

FESTIVAL DAYS IN AUGUST 3- ADIP PERUKKU (in Tamil Nadu), 8- Adi Amaavasai, 11- Adi Pooram, 15- Indian Independence Day, Aurobindo Birth Day, 20-Mohuram, 21-Varalaakshmi Vratam, 21 Onam, 22- Yajur Upakarma, Raksha Bandhan, 23- Gayathri Japam,30- Krishna Jayanthi

Amavasai / new moon day – 8; Purnima/ Full moon day- 22,

Ekadasi Fasting Days-4, 18

Auspicious Day s for Weddings etc- 20, 26

August 1 Sunday

To gain your mercy, Varuna,with hymns we bind your heart, as a charioteer binds his horse ( to the chariot) 1-25-3

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August 2 Monday

Never do they fail the ever faithful worshipper 1-25-6

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August 3 Tuesday

O Agni, you are like a Father to his son, Kinsman for kinsman and Friend to a good friend 1-26-3

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August 4 Wednesday

Release us from the upper bond, , untie the bond between, and loose the bonds below. 1-25-21

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August 5 Thursday

Him, whosoever he may be, no man may vanquish, mighty one.

Nay, very glorious power is his 1-27-8

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August 6 Friday

Agni, you save even one ,who walks in evil way 1-31-6

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August 7 Saturday

Agni, you are our Providence, you are our father , we are your

brothers,and you are our spring of life 1-31-10

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August 8 Sunday

Will not the Indestructible endow us with perfect knowledge of this wealth, of cattle? 1-33-1

Cattle does not mean cows and bulls. Like Tamil saint Tirumular it means the five senses.

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August 9 Monday

I fly to him invisible Wealth giver like a falcon flies to his cherished eyrie 1-32-2

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August 10 Tuesday

O Asvins, thrice bring to us abundant wealth,; thrice in the Gods assembly, thrice assist our thoughts

Thrice grant us prosperity, thrice grant us fame, for the Sun’s daughter has mounted your three wheeled car 1-34-5

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August 11 Wednesday

Thrice,Asvins, grant to us heavenly medicines, thrice those of earth, and thrice that the waters hold 1-34-6

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August 12 Thursday

His chariot decked with Pearl, of various colours,lofty,with golden pole, the God has mounted

The many rayed one, the holy Savita, bound, bearing power and might, for darksome regions 1-35-4

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August 13 Friday

Three heavens are there, two Savita’s adjacent, in Yama’ world one, the home of heroes

As on a lynch pin, firm, rest things immortal; he who has known it let him declare it here 1-35-6

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August 14 Saturday

Manu has stabilised you a light, Agni, for all the race of men 1-36-19

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August 15 Sunday

Stand up erect to lend us aid, stand up like Savita,the God 1-36-13

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August 16 Monday

Smite down as with a club, you who has fire for teeth, smite the wicked, right and left. Let not the man who plots against us in the night, nor any foe prevail over us 1-36-16

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August 17 Tuesday

O, Maruts, before your fury, the earth trembles like a king who is weakened by age 1-37-8

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August 18 Wednesday

Come quickly in swift horses, for you have worshippers among Kanva’s sons.

May you rejoice among them well 1-37-14

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August 19 Thursday

What now? When will you take us by both the hands as a dear father his son?

Gods, sacred grass is cut and spread for you 1-38-1

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August 20 Friday

Never were your praiser loathed like a wild beast in pasture land.

Nor should he go on Yama’s path 1-38-5

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August 21 Saturday

O Maruts , at your voice’s at this earthly habitation shakes;

And each man reels who dwells there in 1-38-10

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August 22 Sunday

You have yoked the spotted deer to your chariot; a red deer, as a leader, draws.

Even the earth herself listened to you as you came near, and men were sorely terrified 1-39-6

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August 23 Monday

O, Son of Strength, each man calls you for aid when spoil of battle waits for him.

O Maruts, may this man who loves you well obtain wealth of good horses and hero might ,may Suntra the goddess come 1-40-2

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August 24 Tuesday

May Brahmanaspati draw nigh, may Suntra the goddess, come to this rite which gives the god the five-fold gift the Hero, Lover of Mankind .1-40-3

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August 25 Wednesday

Let him not love to speak ill words; but fear the One, who holds all four within his hand until they fall

Tread with your foot and trample out the fire brand of the wicked one, the double tongued, whoever he be 1-42-4

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August 26 Thursday

Lead us to meadows rich in grass; send on our way no early heat.

O Pusan, you find power for this 1-42-8

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August 27 Friday

What shall we sing to Rudra, strong, most bounteous, excellently wise,

That shall be dearest to his heart?1-43-1

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August 28 Saturday

O, Soma, you set upon us the glory of a hundred men.

The great renown of mighty chiefs 1-43-7

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August 29 Sunday

Agni, Him noblest and most youthful, richly worshipped guest, dear to the men who offer gifts. Him, Jatavedas, I beseech at dawn that he may bring gods to us 1-44-4

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August 30 Monday

Asvins, Sons of the Sea, mighty to save discoverer s of riches, you Gods with deep thought who find out wealth 1-46-2

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August 31 Tuesday

Come in the ship of these our hymns to bear you to the hither shore:

O Asvins, harness the car 1-46-7

The heavens wide vessel is your own; on the floods shore your chariot waits. Drops , with the hymn, have been prepared 1-46-8

–subham–

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MAY 2021 ‘GOOD THOUGHTS’ CALENDAR; QUOTES FROM SRI RAMAKRISHNA (Post.9548)

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Post No. 9548

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HOLIDAYS AND HOLY DAYS:- May 1- May Day;14-Akshaya Trutyai, Parasurama Jayanti  and Ramzan, 17-  Shankara Jayanti, 25- Vaikasi Visakam, 26-Buddha Purnima, Lunar Eclipse and Kanchi Mahaswamikal Jayanti (Hot Summer Days- Agni Nakshatra period- 4th to 28th May)

Ekadasi –May 7, 22/23; New Moon Day/ Amavasai-11; Full Moon Day– 26;

Muhurtha Days/ auspicious Days—May 9,14,17, 23,24,28

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Following quotations are taken from ‘Sayings of Sri Ramakrishna’, published by Sri Ramakrishna Math, Mylapore, Chennai-600004. Page numbers are given after the quotations.

May 1 Saturday

You see many stars in the sky at night, but not when the sun rises. O man, because you cannot find god in the days of your ignorance, say not that there is no god -page 23

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May 2 Sunday

He is born in vain, who having attained the human birth, so difficult to get, does not attempt to realise god in this very life page 23

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May 3 Monday

A man is rewarded according to his thoughts and motives page 23

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May 4 Tuesday

Man is born in this world with two tendencies—

Vidya, the tendency to follow the path of liberation and

Avidya, the leaning towards worldliness and bondage, page 23

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May 5 Wednesday

Know the One, and you will know the all. Ciphers placed after the figure 1 get the value of hundreds and of thousands , but they become valueless if you wipe out that figure. page 24

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May 6 Thursday

There are pearls in the deep sea, but you must hazard all perils to get them . So also in the quest for the Lord, if your first attempt to see Him proves fruitless, do not lose heart. Persevere in the attempt, and you are sure to realise Him at last. Page 26

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May 7 Friday

As a lamp does not burn without oil,so man cannot live without god. Page 27

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May 8 Saturday

The Union of the Jivatman with the Paramatman is like the union of the hour and the minute hands of a watch once in every hour. They are inter related and inter dependent, and though usually separate, they may become united as often as favourable opportunities arise. Page 27

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May 9 Sunday

The soul enchained is man,but when free from the chain (Maya), it is the Lord page27

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May 10 Monday

The idea of an individual ego is just like enclosing a portion of the water of the Ganges and calling the enclosed portion one’s own Ganges. Page 28

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May 11 Tuesday

The Self is not attached to anything. Pleasure, pain, sinfulness, righteousness can never affect the Self in anyway. Page 29.

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May 12 Wednesday

Men are of different natures according to the preponderance of Sattva, Raja’s or Tamas in them. Page 29

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May 13 Thursday

A Brahmana s son is no doubt a Brahmana by birth; but some of these born Brahmanas grow up into great scholars, some become priests, others turn out cooks, and still others roll themselves in the dust before courtesan s doors. Page 30

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May 14 Friday

It is true that god is even in tiger; but we must not therefore go and face the animal. It is true god dwells in the most wicked beings, but it is not proper that we should associate with them. Page 31

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May 15 Saturday

Even at the time of death the ‘bound souls’ speak of worldly matters only. A parrot may ordinarily sing the holy name of Radha- Krishna, but when it is attacked by a cat, it cries out Kang, Kang, its natural cry. Page 31.

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May 16 Sunday

A man’s rebirth is determined by what he has been thinking about just before death. Devotional practices are therefore very necessary. Page 32

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May 17 Monday

Siva and Sakti (Intelligence and Energy) are both necessary for creation. With dry clay no potter can make a pot; water is also necessary. So Siva alone cannot create without the help of Sakti. Page 33

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May 18 Tuesday

As the cloud covers the sun, so Maya hides the deity. When the cloud moves away , the sun is seen again, when Maya is removed, God becomes manifest-35

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May 19 Wednesday

The cat catches her kitten with her teeth and they are not hurt;but when a mouse is so caught,it dies. Thus Maya never kills the devotee, hough it destroys others.36

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May 20 Thursday

Woman and gold, remember, keep men immersed in worldliness and away from god.

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May 21 Friday

As the monkey sacrifices its life at the feet of the hunter, so does a man at the feet of a beautiful woman 39

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May 22 Saturday

Money can fetch you bread alone. Do not consider it as your sole end and aim. 43

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May 23 Sunday

As a piece of rope ,when burnt, retains its form,but cannot serve to bind, so is the ego which is burnt by the fire of supreme Knowledge-51

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May 24 Monday

The knowledge which purifies the mind and heart alone is true Knowledge , all else is only a negation of Knowledge .54

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May 25 Tuesday

It is easy to utter, sa,re, ga , ma , pa, dha, ni with the mouth, but it is difficult to play them on an instrument. So it is easy to talk on religion, but difficult to practise it. 55

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May 26 Wednesday

In the kingdom of God, reason, intellect and learning are of no avail. There the dumb speak, the blind see, and the deaf hear.55

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May 27 Thursday

Grantha does not always mean a holy scripture, but often it comes to mean a Granthi or a knot.56

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May 28 Friday

He alone is the true teacher who is illumined by the light of true Knowledge, page

63.

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May 29 Saturday

As water can never soak a piece of stone, so religious teachings can produce an impression on a soul in bondage page 69.

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May 30 Sunday

Water poured into an empty vessel makes a bubbling noise, but when the vessel is full, no sound is heard. Similarly the man who has not found god is full of vain disputation about his existence in nature.but who has seen him, silently enjoys the bliss Divine.

May 31 Monday

When the grace of the Almighty descends on anyone, he immediately understands his mistakes; knowing this,you should not dispute – page 58.

–subham—

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APRIL 2021 ‘GOOD THOUGHTS’ CALENDAR (Post No.9428)

Thirty quotations from the Tamil book “Neethi Venbaa” are given in this calendar.

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Post No. 9428

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TAMIL APRIL 2021 CALENDAR

APRIL 11- NEWMOON DAY/AMAVASYAI ;26- CHITRA PURNIMA/FULLMOON DAY ; APRIL 7, 23- EKADASI FASTING DAYS

AUSPICIOUS DAYS IN AORIL -22, 25, 26, 29

APRIL – 1 NEW ACCOUNTING; 2- GOOD FRIDAY;4- EASTER SUNDAY; 12-GUDI PADWA; 13-UGADHI AND BAISAKHI; 14- TAMIL NEW YER DAY – PLAVA YEAR; VISHU; CHETI CHAND. 21- SRI RAM NAVAMI; 23- THRISSUR POORAM; 25- MAHAVIR JAYANTHI; MADURAI RATHA YATRA; 26-CHITRA POUNAMI FESTIVAL IN MADURAI

APRIL 1 THURSDAY

Mantras and medicine, God and Gurus grace, Tantra and Yantra are effective only for believers. They cease to be effective for the skeptics.

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APRIL 2 FRIDAY

Gods servant s are more powerful than god. One can bear the heat of sand but not the hot sand heated by the sun.

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APRIL 3 SATURADY

The beauty of a woman ceases with the birth of a child. The greatness of a Saint will cease the moment he seeks anything worldly.

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APRIL 4 SUNDAY

Nobody worships a blazing forest fire, but worship s only a small flame in a lamp. Though God is present everywhere , he is easily seen in the devotees of god.

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APRIL  5 MONDAY

Whatever good or bad happens to a person is due to Karma. One cannot escape them.

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APRIL 6 TUESDAY

Suns and moons rays are present everywhere. But they shine the best in the sunstone and moonstone. Likewise God is present everywhere, but is seen best in his devotees.

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APRIL 7 WEDNESDAY

Some people look like good, but they never do anything good.

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APRIL 8 THURSDAY

People who are half learned make much noise, but who are well read don’t open their mouth.

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APRIL 9 FRIDAY

If good people see bad people, they move away and don’t encounter them face to face.

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APRIL 10 SATURADY

The Vedas declare that even Vishnu and other gods have an end . We also see people dying daily on this earth. Why then do we love this body? The only way is then to worship Sankara the eternal God.

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APRIL 11 SUNDAY

Virtue which gives both intelligence and salvation, alone can make people flourish, not vice.

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APRIL  12 MONDAY

Living with a wife is better than another woman, who will hold the tail of a dog instead of a cow to cross the river.

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APRIL 13 TUESDAY

One who has enslaved his desires, will enslave the world.

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APRIL 14 WEDNESDAY

It is a sin to harm cows, brahmins, women, children, brahmins

Plan a work before you start it.

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APRIL 15 THURSDAY

Poison is in the head of a fly, sting of a scorpion, teeth of a snake, the whole body of a bad guy.

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APRIL 16 FRIDAY

Whatever spices you add to a garlic dish, still the garlic smell wont go away. Bad people also cannot be changed

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APRIL 17 SATURADY

Sweet words are liked by everyone

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APRIL 18 SUNDAY

Keep yourself safe by staying away at least 5 yards from a cow ,10 yards from a horse, 1000 yards from an elephant and run away from a bad guy till you disappear from his sight.

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APRIL  19 MONDAY

A wise enemy is like a friend. An unwise friend is like an enemy.

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APRIL 20 TUESDAY

Truth is unpalatable to many, but falsehood is sweet to all.

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APRIL 21 WEDNESDAY

The power of speech distinguishes a scholar from a fool, not the body shape.

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APRIL 22 THURSDAY

The learned alone know the greatness of the learned, not the unlearned

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APRIL 23 FRIDAY

Everyone has two eyes. The eyes are infinite to those who had performed penance and attained wisdom.

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APRIL 24 SATURADY

If hair on the head, sharp nails, white teeth are fallen no one cares for them. If esteemed men fall from their places they are not respected.

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APRIL 25 SUNDAY

But the sages are honoured even if they slipped from their places like the claws of tiger, hair of yak, and tusks of elephant s.

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APRIL  26 MONDAY

If your tongue has a sweet speech, wealth and many friends will come to you.

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APRIL 27 TUESDAY

Lotus, gold, pearls milk, honey and spicy products from animals are valued irrespective of the places they are born. Hence, does it matter where the good are born?

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APRIL 28 WEDNESDAY

The World loves a sweet voice and despises a harsh one.

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APRIL 29 THURSDAY

Women without husbands, Saints with anger, sons without mothers are useless.

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APRIL 30 FRIDAY

One who eats only once a day is a Yogi, twice eating are (Bhogi)enjoying life, thrice eating becomes Rogi/sick person and the Four times eater is a gone case.

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 tags – April 2021 Calendar, Neethi Venba, Quotations

QUOTATIONS ON INDIA (Post No.9408)

POSTED  BY LONDON SWAMINATHAN

Post No. 9408

Date uploaded in London – –21 MARCH  2021     

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FROM ALBERT EINSTEIN TO SRI AUROBINDO WE HAVE BEAUTIFUL QOTATIONS ABOUT INDIA.

HERE ARE SOME QUOTES FROM SWAI VIVEKANANDA, ROMAIN ROLLAND, MARK TWAIN, WILL DURANT, COL. JAMES TODD, SYLVIAN LEVY, ALBERT EINSTEIN, SHRI AUROBINDO AND HU SHIH. IT WAS COMPILED BY RAKHAL SAHA.

PLEASE SEE THE ATTACHMENT

 

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Quotations on Wealth & Goddess of Wealth (Post No.8971)

WRITTEN BY LONDON SWAMINATHAN

Post No. 8971

Date uploaded in London – –26 NOVEMBER 2020   

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DECEMBER 2020 ‘GOOD THOUGHTS’ CALENDAR

FESTIVAL DAYS –  DEC.16- MARKAZI MONTH BEGINS; 25- VAIKUNDA EKADASI, CHRISTMAS; 26 BOXING DAY; 30- ARUDRA DARISANAM

FULL MOON/PURNIMA- 29; NEW MOON/AMAVASYAI- 14; EKADASI/HINDU FASTING DAYS – 11, 25; MUHURTA DINA/AUSPICIOUS DAYS –4, 10, 11.

DECEMBER 1 TUESDAY

Wealth resides in the diplomatic and the heroic Hitopadesam 3-116

DECEMBER 2 WEDNESDAY

Wealth must be acquired by righteousness by honest work. Such wealth brings virtue and happiness. Kural –754

DECEMBER 3  THURSDAY

He who serenades Lakshmi may not get her, but the one she woos

definitely will –Sakuntalam 3-12

DECEMBER  4 FRIDAY

Earn wealth with verve-Vikramorvasiya

DECEMBER 5  SATURDAY

There is nothing other than wealth which turns a man of no worth into one of great worth –Kural 751

DECEMBER 6 SUNDAY

All virtues repose in gold–Niti Sataka 41

DECEMBER 7 MONDAY

Off with money acquired not by love., grace and mercy. It is disgraceful. Hoest men throw it away. Kural 755

DECEMBER 8 TUESDAY

The goddess of fortune shuns the envious and hands them over to her elder sister, the goddess of poverty KURAL167

DECEMBER 9 WEDNESDAY

A man’s influence is itself great wealth even if he lacks riches —– Kahavatratnakar

DECEMBER 10  THURSDAY

Prosperity is indeed cruel for it annihilate s the love of one’s own– Ramayana Manjari

DECEMBER  11 FRIDAY

How can the once rich ever be subservient to the moneyed

Valmiki Ramayana 2-8-35

DECEMBER 12  SATURDAY

Great prosperity is never free of the malevolent element

Padatasadika 56-1

DECEMBER 13 SUNDAY

That by which one helps others is Lakshmi –Sanskrit proverb

DECEMBER 14 MONDAY

Wealth is an unfailing lamp that reaches wherever it is wanted and dispels darkness –Kural 753

DECEMBER 15 TUESDAY

Far more excellent is the extreme poverty of the wise than wealth obtained by heaping up of sinful deeds KURAL 657

DECEMBER 16 WEDNESDAY

Ill luck resides with the indolent and good luck of the lotus deity Lakshmi with strenuous strivers- Kural 617

DECEMBER 17  THURSDAY

Loss of wealth is due to undertaking tasks without assessing one’s ability-Sisupalavadha

DECEMBER  18 FRIDAY

The poor are scorned by all. The rich are esteemed by all– Kural 752

DECEMBER 19  SATURDAY

When the plate itself is golden, why enquire about the condiments

–Sanskrit proverb

DECEMBER 20 SUNDAY

Alas! The deceitful rob the affluent of their property—Subhasita ratnavali.

DECEMBER 21 MONDAY

Gambling is the elder sister of Lakshmi. Those who are deluded and swallowed by her, suffer grief, misery and poverty –Kural 936

DECEMBER 22 TUESDAY

Amass wealth without straining the body

Manu Smrti 4-3

DECEMBER 23 WEDNESDAY

Never make money by evil means

Such money will be snatched away by others Yuktikalpataru

DECEMBER 24  THURSDAY

Wealth earned unscrupulous ly will get wasted the same way — Kahavatratnakar

DECEMBER  25 FRIDAY

Wealth earned by one is happily enjoyed by another — Kahavatratnakar

DECEMBER 26  SATURDAY

A rag to riches man rubbishes the whole world–

SANSKRIT proverb

DECEMBER 27 SUNDAY

Wealth appears and disappears like unseasonal clouds — Katha Sarit Sagara

DECEMBER 28 MONDAY

All profits that make others weep, depart with tears. Even if lost, blessings flow from good deeds Kural 659

DECEMBER 29 TUESDAY

Whose prosperity is permanent ?–Rajatarangini

DECEMBER 30 WEDNESDAY

Neither wealth nor misfortune generally last eternally Hanuman Nataka 9-21

DECEMBER 31 THURSDAY

What is achieved by a man that has wealth is like witnessing a fight between two elephants having climbed to the top of the hill – Kural 758

JANUARY 1, 2021 FRIDAY

—-SUBHAM—

BONUS QUOTATIONS……..

Whom does not a windfall delude? — Katha Sarit Sagara

Where and when are twilight, lightning and wealth  Constant?

Wealth is extinguished by high handedness as fames by

Water—Brhat Katha Manjari

Goddess Lakshmi abandons the homeless Subhasita ratna khanda manjusa

In good times all gems come to one effortlessly—Ramayana manjari

Wealth amassed is to be enjoyed gradually. Panca Tantra  2-81

Prosperity follows the courageous — Katha Sarit Sagara

Who is not beguiled by wealth? –Subhasita Ratna Bhandagara

Usually, one in whose home wealth dwells is alone honoured

What will one, who has hidden all his riches in a hollow show –Mrhcha katikam

LAKSHMI invests her heart in none but Sri Vishnu — Brhat Katha Manjari

PROSPERITY follows the lucky – Bharata Manjari

 tags– wealth, quotations, December 2020, calendar 

—- subham—

STAR QUOTATIONS FROM THE VEDAS (Post No.8956)

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Post No. 8956

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Vedic Hindus were keen observers of the sky. They recorded all the 27+1 stars even before the world started writing in their languages. Some parts of old testament were written in 9th century BCE. Zend Avesta of Persians came around that time. Latin and Tamil literature came vey late, just 2000 years ago.

Hindus differentiated stars from the planets; stars twinkle and planets don’t. Stars maintain relative distance and remain static, but planets move. Mahabharata beautifully describe the stars as

Nakshatra means the one which does not move- says Mahabharata- na ksharati iti nakshatra-

Shanti parva 290-36.

Rig Veda says,

One of the sages went on observing  the sky day and night, says ,

The pure and alert king Varuna presents a heap in the bottomless sky above the world. The rays of light  placed inside dome come down though the source or base in above—Rig Veda  1-27-7

Atharva  Veda 13-12-17 and 20-47-14 state that

The stars run away with the night, just like the thieves, for the sun to see the world.

The suns are powerful than the moon and the earth is greater than the moon. The moon is kept in the lap of stars- RV 10-85-2 and  AV  14-1-2

Rig veda mentioned some stars out of 27 stars.

Agha-Magha and Arjuni ; Revati ; Punarvasu ; Chitra ;

Tishya .

The word

Nakshatra is used in the Rig Veda  at 1-5o-2; 10-68-11; 7-86-1

Taitriya Samhita of  Black  Yajur Veda 4-4-10  gives all the names of the stars. This means that they observed the path of moon and recorded everything even before other cultures started producing literature. Black  Yajur Veda  is dated before 1000 BCE.

Here is the list; the deity of the ‘nakshatra’ is given in the bracket-

Kritika –-Agni ,

Rohini – Prajapati ,

Mrgasirsa –Soma ,

Ardra – Rudra ,

Punarvasu- Aditi,

Tisya –  Brhaspati,

Aslesa – S arpa,

Magha- P itr

Purva Phalguni – Aryama,

Uttara Phalguni-  Bhaga,

Hasta – Savitr,

Chitra – Indra,

Svati – Vayu,

Vishaka – Indra , Agni

Anuradha – Mitra,

Jyeshta – Indra

Vichrti –  Pitr,

Purva Ashada-   Aapa,

Uttara ashada- V isve Devaah,

Srona –  Vishnu,

Svavista- Vasu,

Satabhisaja – Indra,

Purva prostapada –  Aja Ekapada ,

Uttara Prostapada –  Ahirbudhnya,

Revati-  Pusan,

Asvayujau-   Asvinau,

Apabharani-  Yama.

Knowing that moon, sun and earth are in one line they named new moon day as Amaa vasya;

Amaa means together and Vaasya means residing .

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Here are some more details from our previous posts-  

FROM OUR OLD POSTS IN THIS BLOG……………………………..

  1. Ashwini –Alpha, Beta –Aries அஸ்வினி
    2) Bharani – No 28,29,41 Taurus பரணி
    3) Krittika – Pleiades கார்த்திகை
    4) Rohini – Aldebaran Hyades, Alpha, Theta, Gama, Delta and Epsilon Taurus ரோஹிணி
    5) Mrigashirsha – Lambda, Phi 1, Phi 2, Orion மிருகசீர்ஷம்
    6) Aardraa –Betelgeaux – Alpha Orion திரு ஆதிரை
    7) Punarvasu – Castor, Pollux with Procyon Alpha, Beta, Gemini-Alpha Canis Minor respectively புனர் பூசம்
    8) Pushya – Gama, Delta and Theta of Cancer பூசம்
    9) Ashlesha – Delta, Epsilon, Eta, Rho and Zeta Hydra ஆயில்யம்
    10) Maagha – Alpha, Ela, Gama, Zeta My and Epsilon Leonis மகம்
    11) Poorva Phalkuni – Delta and Theta Leo பூரம்
    12) Utra Phalkuni – Beta and 93 Leo உத்தரம்
    13) Hasta – Delta, Gama, Eta, Virgo ஹஸ்தம்
    14) Chitraa – Spica, Alpha Virgo சித்திரை
    15) Swaati – Arcturus – Alpha Bootes ஸ்வாதி
    16) Vishaakha – Alpha, Beta etc Libra விசாகம்
    17) Anuraadha – Beta, Delta, Pi –Scorpia அனுஷம்
    18) Jyestha – Antares Alpha, Sigma Tau Scorpio கேட்டை
    19) Mula – Scorpio, tail stars மூலம்
    20) Poorvaashadaa – Delta and Epsilon Sagittarius பூராடம்
    21) Uttaraashaada – Zeta and Omicron Sagittarius உத்திராடம்
    22) Shraavanaa – Altair – Alpha Aquila திரு ஓணம்
    23) Dhanishtha – Delphinus அவிட்டம்
    24) Shatabhisak – Lambda Aquarius சதயம்
    25) Poorva Bhaadrapada – Alpha and Beta Pegasus பூரட்டாதி
    26) Uttara Bhaadrapada – Gama Pagasus and Alpha Andromeda உத்திரட்டாதி
    27) Revathi – Zeta Piscum ரேவதி

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Like we have Graha purusa and Vastu Purusa, Varahamihira gives us some information about Nakshatra Purusa:

The FEET of the stellar deity are represented by the star Mula

The LEGS by Rohini

The KNEES by Asvini

The THIGHS by two (Purva/Uttara) Asadas

The PRIVITIES by two Phalgunis (Purva/ Uttara)

The HIPS by Krittikas

The SIDES by Purva and Utthara) Bhadrapadas

The STOMACH by Revati

The BREAST by Anuradha

The BACK by Dhanista

The ARMS by Visakha

The HANDS by Hastha

The FINGERS by Punarvasu

The NAILS by Aslesa

The NECK by Jyeshata

The EARS by Sravana

The MOUTH by Pusya

The TEETH by Svati

LAUGHTER by Sathabishak

The NOSE by Magha

The EYES by Mrgasiras

The FOREHEAD by Chitra

The HEAD by Bharani and

The HAIR by Arudra

Hindus always describe Gods from Foot to Head and human beings from Head to Foot. It is seen in Sangam Tamil and more ancient Sanskrit literature.

12 signs of zodiac (12 Rasis) represent Kalapurusa (Time in the form of a Person). Likewise the 27 Nakshatras are distributed among the limbs of the Nakshatra purusa.

TAGS– 27 STARS, NAKSHATRA, QUOTATIONS, VEDAS

–SUBHAM–

TRI SANKU NAKSHATRA/ SOUTHERN CROSS IN THE SOUTH SKY

QUOTATIONS ON INDIA AND BHAGAVAD GITA (Post 5352)

Compiled by London swaminathan

Date: 22 August 2018

 

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Post No. 5352

 

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FOLLOWING TWO PAGES ARE TAKEN FROM LONDON HOLY MISSION SINDHI COMMUNITY HOUSE NEWS LETTER, AUGUEST 2018.

TWO PAGES OF QUOTATIONS ON BHAGAVAD GITA (HINDU HOLY BOOK) AND INDIA.

 

 

 

 

 

-subham-

30 Beautiful Quotations from Kalhana’s Rajatarangini( Post No.4856)

April 2018 ‘Good Thoughts’ Calendar

COMPILED by London Swaminathan 

 

Date: 27 MARCH 2018

 

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Post No. 4856

 

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Kalhana was a minister in Kashmir King Harsha’s (1089-1101) Kingdom. He wrote his epic poem in Sanskrit, Rajatarangini (River of Kings). It gives the history of Kashmir

 

FESTVAL DAYS:  APRIL 14- TAMIL NEW YEAR DAY, 18-AKSHAYA THRUTHYAI, 29- CHITRA PURNIMA, BUDDHA PURNIMA

APRIL 1– EASTER DAY, 2-EASTER MONDAY

 

EKADASI/ HINDU FASTING DAYS- 12 and 26

 

AMAVASYAI/ NEW MOON- 15

 

FULL MOON DAY/ PURNIMA- 29
Auspicious Days in APRIL-  5, 20, 22,25, 27

 

In the past three years, hundreds of quotations are given in both Tamil and English monthly calendars in my blog. Please use them

 

April 1 Sunday

Opportunity
A lost opportunity is considered equivalent to the three worlds. RAJATARANGINI 8-2457
April 2 Monday
Opposition
By going against a stream, one cannot succeed in accomplishing a matter which takes away what comes in its wake like the current of a river 8-3010
April 3 Tuesday
Passion
In the cases of the hearts of a king, a crystal and an unchaste woman, in the absence of their constant companions, there enters a passion for another. 6-33
April 4 Wednesday
People
An enterprise if crowned with success is not equally condemned by the people for they  hardly think whether or not it was justified by its relevant conditions 7-1422

 

April 5 Thursday
Perversity
In the ways of the creator, perversity is shown indeed 8-1275


April 6 Friday
Pity
There is none, who has not a good plan but its execution is neglected. Every one may know how to use a dart but rare is one who has the aim for it. 8-1529
April 7 Saturday
Plot
Whoever devises a plot to harm others certainly ruins himself from that same plot. Fire produces smoke which blinds the eyes. After turning into a cloud, it extinguishes the very fire by its torrential rain 4-125

 

April 8 Sunday
Poet
If the poet didn’t perceive what he is to reveal to all men, what other proof would there be of his divinity 1-5

April 9 Monday
Polity
Every one is aware of polity but few know its practical application 8-1529

April 10 Tuesday
Possession
As possessions are controlled by fate, the pride of foolish people in their family greatness is vain and false 7-206


April 11 Wednesday
Promotion
No metals can break a diamond and stone dykes can withstand the waters, but against the wicked, nothing is proof 6-273
April 12 Thursday
Prosperity
Men of small merits hardly survive long in their good fortune 8-1999
April 13 Friday
Proximity
The heat of summer becomes severe when rains approach and nights darkness when the dawn is close. Likewise, when extraordinary good fortune of surpassing glory dawn s for a person, receding Ill-luck accelerates the violence of its woes. 7-795

April 14 Saturday
Prudence
What wrath recommended, prudence forbade. 8-1359
April 15 Sunday
Reality
Can a lion in a picture emulate the activities of the real one? 7-60

 


April 16 Monday
Refuge
When the dignity of honourable men is outraged by a slight which cannot be remedied, their minds are tormented. What other refuge can they have except death? 6-278
April 17 Tuesday
Refuge
What refuge other than death is possible now? To us, who have forsaken the battle, even that is not possible. 7-847
April 18 Wednesday
Regret
It is futile to regret what one has done, right or wrong. 7-502

 
April 19 Thursday
Remedy
Against sedition there is no remedy 7-913
April 20 Friday

Splendour
The splendour which clings to men who shine for a brief moment like stars, passes away like a short summer night.7-133

 

 
April 21 Saturday
Retribution
That the clouds send down on the trees rain as well as lightning is the consequence of retribution for good or evil actions of a former existence. 7-342

April 22 Sunday
Riches
The rivulets waxing powerful feed the earth at its roots from the heavens showers fall and from all sides through the mouths of the channels the water courses through, filling a tank during the rainy season. When good fortune smiles, why will not riches come in hundred ways? 7-505

 

April 23 Monday
Scruples
Those who long for the acquisition of wealth have truly no dislike for evil practices 8-1099
April 24 Tuesday
Self- respect
The renunciation of self -respect cannot be eradicated even by a sage. 7-238

April 25 Wednesday
Self -respect
Men of honour should never break the great word of keeping their self -respect. 7-329

April 26 Thursday

Spark
One who clasps a spark mistaking it for a gem only burns his fingers. 4-299

April 27 Friday
Servant
A servant not trusted at a critical moment, brings disaster on his master like a hand sword in a struggle. 7-1160
April 28 Saturday
Service
In truth the service of the kings is more dangerous than the raising of a demon, the leap over a precipice, the chewing of poison or fondling of a snake 8-2187

 

April 29 Sunday
Skill
Even a little mischief, if repeated without skill, breaks out again and again through a hundred openings just as an old piece of cloth as when stitched with a needle.
7-849
April 30 Monday
Sleep
Sleep ,like a sweet heart left me in a huff and went somewhere far away. The night, like land bestowed on an unworthy person, is not yet over. 3-181

–SUBHAM–