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Barahachhetra Ancient Vanarashi in Nepal

Barahachhetra Ancient Vanarashi in Nepal

Barahachhetra Ancient Vanarashi in Nepal, Incarnation of Narayana in Barahaawatar-Nepalayatimes Barahachhetra: Ancient Vanarashi in Nepal Sunsari – Barahachhetra, places in Sunsari District of Province no. 1 Nepal used to be called Ancient Vanarashi in Nepal People have that believes it is an incarnation Of Narayana as Barahaawatar (Boar). Lord Vishnu appeared as a giant boar to kill demon Hiranyakashyapu and save …

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GURU The Divine Light: Guru Brahma Vishnu Maheshworaha

GURU The Divine Light: Guru Brahma Vishnu Maheshworaha-Nepalayatimes Pokhara – Guru Brahma Guru Vishnu Guru Devo Maheshworaha; Guru Sakshat Param Bramha Tasmai Shree Guruve Namaha! The above Sanskrit verse clarifies that Brahma (the Creator) is Guru, Vishnu (the preserver is Guru) and Maheshwor (destroyer) is also Guru but the ultimate Guru is “The Supreme Divine Light” –Sat Guru Gorakshanath! It …

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Misconception Of Yoga – Meditation

Rajesh Shrestha   Everybody in this world is craving for happiness and peace but out of reach. Layers of life journey take people to unexpected different world. In pursuit of truth, people choose to experience yoga-meditation classes as this the royal road to spirituality. Disconnection with the Almighty Creator, living against the law of nature and unknown about the self …

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Pashupatinath Temple Kathmandu Nepal

Pashupatinath Temple in Kathmandu Nepal

Pashupatinath Temple in Kathmandu Nepal NepalayatimesKathmandu – Shiva, the destroyer, is generally the god most loved in the nation. He might be adored as the sacred parsimonious, delineated with his partner Parvati and holding a trident and a little drum or all the more regularly as the linga, a lengthened stone speaking to his generative forces. The most imperative linga …

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Bijaya Dashami Being Celebrated today

Nepalayatimes Kathmandu – Bijaya Dashami the 10th day of the Bada Dashain festival, Hindu devotees is being celebrated all over the nation today with great keenness by receiving ‘Tika’ and ‘Jamara’ with blessings from elders. Tika and Jamara are considered the promising gifts of the goddess Nava Durga. Although the auspicious hour for receiving Prasad of Devi has been fixed …

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Maha Astami being Celebrated on Eighth day of Bada Dashain

Nepalayatimes   Kathmandu – All of Hindus from all over the nation as well as outside nation are celebrates Maha Astami, the eighth day of the 10-day Bada Dashain festival with Worshipping Goddess Durga Bhawani today. On this day, Hindu Devotees worship the Goddesses Mahakali, Mahalaxmi and Maha Saraswati. Maha Ashtami is considered special as the Goddess Durga attained power …

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