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- Prajapati - A wise sage and Lord of creatures.
- Prajapati is all the gods; verily with the gods do they offer the sacrifice.
- Prajapati is the sacrifice; verily he grasps the sacrifice as Prajapati.
- Prajapati was hatched from the egg, speaking the sounds -bhur,- -bhuvah,- and -svark,- thereby forming the earth, the air, and the sky.
- Prajapati was here alone; he desired, 'May I create offspring and cattle'; he took out from his body the omentum, and placed it in the fire.
- Hinduism: The main religion of India - A brief introduction to Hinduism, Ramayana, and Hindu reformers.
- Rama rajya – "the reign of Rama," adopted by many Hindu reformers as a symbol of the social ideal.
- The Hindu law are supporting patriarchal social system.
- Yajnavalkya Smriti is chiefly consulted in all matters of Hindu Law.
- The Hindu law as codified by Manu is based on the principle of inequality.
- Other important scriptures are the sectarian Hindu Agamas which are texts related to rituals and worship and is dedicated to Vishnu, Shiva and Devi.
- However, unlike other Hindus, Lingayats reject the Vedas but rather focus more on the Hindu Agamas, specifically, the Shaivite Agamas.
- Hindu astronomy is one of the ancient astronomical systems of the world.
- Frawley states, "Precessional changes are the hallmark of Hindu astronomy.
- Abhyasa is the keynote of the life of Sadhana.
- Abhyasa is the key-word to success in concentration.
- Abhyasa is the constant criterion for all effort, and the indispensable tool, whenever and however taken up.
- An Abhyasi is a spiritual seeker in the esoteric Eastern mystical traditions.
- He has taken total charge of the abhyasi.
- The abhyasi is asked to look within.
- Aditi is known as mother of twelve suns, came second Goddess in Rigved .
- Aditi is the mother both of Agni and of the Adityas, a group of Asuras, led by Mitra and Varuna, with Aryaman, Bhaga, Daksha, Ansa and Savitar.
- Aditi is the mother of of the gods and Aditya sigifies 'son of Aditi'.
- Aditi was Devaki, the mother of Krishna.
- Aditi was the great mother of the gods.
- Agastya was a great devotee of Lord Shiva Shiva (also spelled Siva, Sanskrit: शिव) is a form of God in Hinduism.
- Agastya was a sage of great renown, who is immortalized as a star in the celestial heavens(one of the seven Rishi-s, saptarshhi or Ursa Major).
- Agastya was also invited by the brothers and was fed the ram's meat, but, unlike the other Brahmins, he was strong enough to digest - it.
- Agastya was highly satisfied and told the wives to ask for any boon they wished.
- Agastya was visiting several places of pilgrimage and was sad to see many people steeped in ignorance and involved in only sensual pleasures.
- Aitareya Brahmana: Part of the Rig Veda dealing principally with worship and ceremonies of royal inauguration.
- Aitareya Brahmana: (Sanskrit) Part of the Rig Veda dealing principally with worship and ceremonies of royal inauguration.
- Aitareya Brahmana again notes that Uttarakuru was a devak-setra or divine land.
- This turtle is the great Akupara, on whose back rests the entire cosmos.
- Its base was Akupara, the divine turtle.
- AKUPARA. the tortoise - on which Earth or Prithvi rests.
- In Hinduism, Alaka, which is also sometimes called Alakapuri, is a mythical city in the Himalayas.
- Since he was extremely vain, he invited Shiva to a feast in his fabulous city, Alakapuri, so that he could show off to him all of his wealth.
- The Yakshas have Kubera as their lord, living in Alakapuri in the Himalayas, and constitute a group of semi-celestial gnomes or fairies.
- An ashram is usually a very peaceful and tranquil place, making it a perfect place to meditate on God.
- Ashram: A spiritual settlement or community, a peaceful retreat.
- The ashram was plainly furnished; everything was simple, clean, and utilitarian.
- The ashram was quite beautiful and clean, a real oasis from the pounding I had taken wandering around India for five months.
- Avidya is the causal body of Jiva or the individual soul.
- Avidya is the first or the last of the Twelve Nidanas.
- Avidya is the main cause of all our troubles.
- Buddhi is a derivative of Prakrti; Mahat, the great Principle, is the cosmic counterpart of Buddhi.
- Buddhi is a modification or vrtti of the inner organ.
- Buddhi is an unthinking prakriti (matter) without reflection from Self.
- Buddhi is like the moon; moon appears effulgent in the night and it is only a reflected glory.
- Buddhi is the link between all the distal elements and the soul which apprehends the object and the outside world by the elements mentioned above.
- A Brahmin is to be treated as god and respected even if he is ignorant.
- Brahmin - a male member of the highest caste.
- Brahmin is a Varna and also a caste within the larger fold of Hindu society found all over the world especially India and Nepal.
- Brahmin is a class ( Varna) as well as a caste within the larger fold of Hindu society found all over the world especially India and Nepal.
- Brahmin is a class ( Varna) within the larger fold of Hindu society found all over the world especially India and Nepal.
- Daksha is one of the topics in focus at Global Oneness.
- Daksha was born from Brahma-s right toe.
- Daksha was decapitated by Virabhadra, but was later given the head of a goat to humble him, once the rishis and Brahma had pleaded with Shiva for lenience.
- Daksha was decapitated by Virabhadra.
- Daksha was highly pleased.
- Devi is a great Being, parabrahman sakti.
- Devi is a palette of contrasts.
- Devi is the Divine Mother of the Hindu culture.
- Devi is the Sakti aspect of Ishvara.
- Devi is the Vacaka Sakti, the manifestation of Cit in Praktri, and the Vicya Sakti or Cit itself.
- Draupadi is the instrument of Lord Krishna.
- Draupadi is a symbol of courage, pride and love for the righteous way - the Krishna way.
- Draupadi is a model and devoted wife to the brothers.
- Draupadi is born of fire and therefore, often referred to as Yagnyaseni.
- Draupadi is the most complex and controversial female character in Hindu literature.
- Jnana is a means for Self-realization and not merely an intellectual conviction.
- Jnana is only the means to attain the highest bliss.
- Jnana is the awakened, superconscious state (karana chitta) working within the ordinary experience of the world, flowing into daily life situations.
- Jnana is the awakened, superconscious state (karana chitta).
- Jnana is the benefit which one gets in the internal (Avantara Prayojana).
- Karma Yoga is the path of disinterested action.
- Karma Yoga: The Yoga of selfless action; performance of one’s own duty; service of humanity.
- Karma yoga is the gift of Sri Krishna to the world in this perspective.
- Karma yoga is the path of selfless service.
- Karma yoga: The discipline of selfless action as a way to perfection instead of following mystic, ascetic, or other spiritual paths.
- Kedarnath : The Kedarnath shrine, one of the 12 jyotirlings of Lord Shiva, is a scenic spot situated, against the backdrop of the majestic Kedarnath range.
- Kedarnath is a majestic sight, standing in the middle of a wide plateau surrounded by lofty snow covered peaks.
- Kedarnath is one of the four main Hindu pilgrim centres in Uttarakhand (Himalayan Uttara Pradesh).
- Kedarnath is one of the twelve Jyotirlingas.
- Kedarnath is the most important Hindu shrine in Himalayas, and among the major Shiva temples, of the country.
- Muktinath is a holy place for all the devotees.
- Muktinath is a pilgrimage centre for Buddhists and Hindus.
- Muktinath is a site for pilgrimage for Hindus and Buddhists.
- Muktinath is an important pilgrimage site for both Hindus and Buddhists alike, and the area includes a Buddhist gompa and a Hindu temple.
- Muktinath is one of the five most important pilgrimage sites for Hindus.
- Namagiri was Srinivasa Ramanujan 's family goddess.
- Namagiri was the mathematician Srinivasa Ramanujan 's family goddess.
- Namagiri was thee mathematician Srinivasa Ramanujan 's family goddess.
- The name "Namagiri" translated from Sanskrit into Tamil sounds like "Namakkal".
- Parvati is a representation of Devi the great goddess.
- Parvati is also the mother of Janet.
- Parvati is also the mother of the beloved deity, Ganesh, the potbellied god with the head of an elephant and Kartekeya, the god of war.
- Parvati is the Sakti of Lord Siva who bestows Jnana and Mukti on men.
- Parvati is the benevolent aspect of Shakti, the Hindu supreme goddess ( see Shaktism).
- Pradyumna is a character in Hindu mythology.
- Pradyumna is the creator; Aniruddha is the protector; Sankarsana is the destroyer; and Vasudeva is the supervising and the controlling authority.
- Pradyumna is the incarnation of god of love, KAma.
- Pradyumna was later killed in a drunken brawl in his father's court at Dwaraka.
- Purusha is the witness-subject.
- Purusha: One who abides in the body or pura.
- The Purusha is like a crystal without any colour.
- The Purusha is the center of consciousness, whereas the Prakriti is the source of all material existence.
- The Purusha is the witness of the Gunas.
- Puja is a ritual welcoming of a holy person or deity, to whom all precious substances and comforts are offered.
- Puja is a word in Sanskrit language.
- Puja is a yoga, or link, between this and inner worlds.
- Puja is the act of showing reverence to a god, a spirit, or another aspect of the divine through invocations, prayers, songs, and rituals.
- The meaning of puja: The word "puja" consists of two letters, "pa" and "ja".
- Rudra is an early form of Shiva and a name of Shiva in the Shiva sahasranama.
- Rudra is also a lord of the animals, with the ability to spread disease or vitality among them as well.
- Rudra is one of the Trimurti (i.e "trinity").
- Rudra is the destructive aspect of the Lord.
- Rudra is the destructive power of Shiva, of the Spirit.
- Savitri is the god of the day long sun.
- Savitri is a model for all devoted wives to follow.
- Savitri was a princess, born by the blessing of the sun god to King Ashwapati.
- Savitri was eventually arrested by the occupation -authorities- in February 1949.
- Savitri was the daughter of Asvapati, king of Madra tribe).
- Svadhyaya is a deliberate study, with attention to the meaning, of what one is studying, so that one is actually absorbed in what is being studied.
- Svadhyaya is a very efficacious and unfailing means of removing the three obstacles, i.e., ego, love and hate.
- Svadhyaya is the key that opens an access into the vast treasure-house of sublime, elevating and life-transforming spiritual knowledge.
- Svadhyaya is the study of sacred literature as also repetition of sacred mantras and prayers.
- THE TANTRAS: The word tantra is derived from the root "tan" means to spread and the suffix "tra" to save.
- Tantras are based in practice.
- Tantras are manuals of religious practice.
- Tantras were revealed wisdom; worship of Mother Goddess was in practice long before the advent of Krishna.
- The Tantras are Agama texts devoted to worship of Devi.
- In the private spiritual lives of most members of the Vedanta Society, Kali remains peripheral.
- One year later, Vivekananda founded the Vedanta society in New York.
- VAYU : the god of the wind.
- Vayu is a described in the Rigveda as a beautiful god, ideally the first partaker of soma juice which he seems to be especially fond of.
- Vayu is also one of the five elements (panchamahabhoota), which are earth (prthivi), water (aap), fire (agni), air (vayu), and space (akasha).
- Vayu is the calf.
- Vayu is the god of the winds, sometimes gentle and life-giving, sometimes terrible and fierce.
- Vasuki is a naga, or one of the serpents of Hindu mythology.
- Vasuki was upset during the process of this churning, and vomited up a poison which became human karma.
- Vasuki was wound round Mandara.
- Vasuki: The king of the serpents.
- Adipurana deals with the ten lives of the first tirthankara, known as Vrishabhanatha.
- Vikramarjuna Vijaya and Adipurana are, in some respects, comparable to Milton's Paradise Lost and Paradise Regained.
- It is this dynasty that patronized Pampa, the great poet and author of Adipurana.
- Agnihotra is a gift to humanity from the ancient Vedic traditions to the present age.
- The Agnihotra is the beginning of the sacrifice, these Vyahrtis are the Brahman; verily at the beginning of the sacrifice he makes the Brahman .
- The gods said to Prajapati, 'Cause sacrifice to be made to us with a thousand.' He caused sacrifice to be made by the Vasus with the Agnistoma.
- By means of the Agnistoma Prajapati created off spring; by means of the Agnistoma he grasped them.
- The Hotr is a Bhargava; the Saman of the Brahman is the Çrayantiya; the Agnistoma Saman is the Varavantiya.
- He is equated with the wind god V--yu, Anila being understood as the name normally used for V--yu when numbered among the Vasus.
- Agni is the son of Anila i.e.wind.
- And the wife of Anila is Siva, and Siva's son were Manojava and Avijnataagati.
- In Hinduism, Aranyani is a goddess of the forests and the animals that dwell within it.
- A Rigveda hymn is addressed to the forest nymph Aranyani.
- To read more information about them and their Sacred Site focal points please see Asvin Diancecht and Asvin Nuada.
- One of the most important festivals in North India is Durga Pooja, which is celebrated in the autumn during the month of Asvin.
- The bridesmen were the Asvin Pair Agni was leader of the train.
- There are 27 Nakshatram starting from Aswini and ending with Revati.
- The science of poisons or Visha Sastra is said to have been exhaustively written about by Aswini Kumaras.
- The Atharvan was a special kind of priest involved with Soma and fire rituals.
- And, O king, it is said that the sons of Atri are numerous.
- When by your great deeds, Atyins, Chiefs, Atri is brought to us again.
- Thus Saraswathi, Lakshmi and Parvati assumed the form of ordinary women, appeared before Atri and asked for their own husbands as alms.
- Babulnath is a temple dedicated to Lord Siva.
- Babulnath is an ancient Shiva temple in Mumbai, India.
- Recently it has come to known as Netaji Subhashchandra Bose Road with Nariman Point on one end to Babulnath, at the foot of Walkeshwar on the other.
- In Hinduism, Badi Mata is one of the mahavidyas.
- Start the Badi Mata article or add a request for it.
- Please search for Badi Mata in Wikipedia to check for alternative titles or spellings.
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