Monday, December 27, 2010

Chinese Astrology ~ An Introduction

Chinese Astrology

Chinese Astrology is based upon a twelve year lunar cycle. Native zodiac sign is determined by the year in which he/she were born. Each sign and those born under it, are represented by one of twelve animals. The twelve animals are Rat, Cow, Tiger, Rabbit, Dragon, Snake, Horse, Sheep, Monkey, Chicken, Dog and Pig. These 12 animals represent the rotating 12-year cycle that is the basis of the Chinese Zodiac. 12 Chinese Zodiac signs are associated with Five Elements Metal, Water, Wood, Fire and Earth so each animal can be converted into Five Elements. Chinese Astrology uses the balance theory of Yin-Yang Five Elements to predict people future. If these Five Elements are balanced, you will be lucky. When they are out of balance, cause you trouble.

Legend Behind Twelve Animal Zodiac Sign

Twelve animals of the Chinese Zodiac were chosen by Buddha. When Buddha was near death he invited all the animals to visit him. Only twelve came: the Rat, Ox, Tiger, Rabbit, Dragon, Snake, Horse, Goat, Monkey, Rooster, Dog and Pig. For visiting him, Buddha honored each by using them to represent the twelve Zodiac of Chinese Lunar year.

2011 ~ Year of Metal Rabbit

According to Chinese Astrology Calendar 2011 is the Year of Metal Rabbit and it will start on February 3, 2011 . The color of Metal in Five Elements system is related to White, Yellow or Golden. Therefore 2011 will be a White Rabbit, Yellow Rabbit, Metal Rabbit or Golden Rabbit year. Rabbit contains only Wood. Therefore 2011 will be a strong Wood year.

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Thursday, December 23, 2010

Online Courses in Astrology, Vaastu, Palmistry and Numerology

Astrology has the answers to many problems we face in our daily lives and can help us resolve them more easily. With and understanding of astrology and your own birth chart it becomes so much easier to face up to everyday, and major, problems simply by understanding urself and those around you in much more depth. Astrology gives us the key to knowing things about people and ourselves included that we may not otherwise find out until it is too late. Astrology uncovers your true potential and provides the missing links to life. So people interested in learning Astrology, Vaastu, Numerology, Palmistry online/regular/distance can contact me at


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Sunday, December 19, 2010

Total Lunar Eclipse ~ 21 December 2010

A total lunar eclipse will occur on December 21, 2010. It is the 2nd of two lunar eclipses in 2010. The first was a partial lunar eclipse on June 26, 2010. It will take place in Mrigashira constellation and Gemini sign. This total lunar eclipse will be unique being winter solstice and December full moon. These three events have not synchronized since 1703. It will be visible after midnight Eastern Standard Time on December 21 in North and South America. The beginning of the total eclipse will be visible from northern Europe just before sunrise. The end of the total eclipse will be visible rising at sunset for Japan and northeastern Asia; it also appears very visible to the Philippines just after sunset (as in Partial lunar eclipse). It may visible in North Eastern states of India during Moon rise. In North Eastern states of India – Nagaland, Manipur and Arunachal Pradesh etc. This Chandra Grahan will not be visible in rest of the places of India. West part of Africa can also see some partial eclipse.

It will be the first total lunar eclipse in nearly three years, the last being on February 20, 2008. It is also called the Christmas lunar eclipse. Eclipse occurs between 01:40 – 02:53 Hrs (EST) of USA. It will not be good for the people born under Taurus, Gemini, Cancer, Capricorn, Sagittarius, Aquarius moon signs or ascendants. It is not a good period for Mrigashira nakshatra natives. For others, not much effects will be seen. Effects of eclipse are neglible for people who live in other parts of the world on that day.

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Friday, December 10, 2010


Mantra for wealth
“Durge Smrita Harasi Bhitimshesh Jantoh Swasthaih Smritamati Mateev Shubhaam Dadasi Daridray Duhkh Bhayaharini ka Twadanya Sarvopakarkaranay Sadadrachitta.”

Mantra for welfare
“Sarv Mangala Mangalye Shive Sarvarth Sadhike
Sharanye Trayambke Gouri Narayani Namostute.”

Mantra for power
“Srishtisthiti Vinashaanam Shaktibhute Sanatani Gunaashraye Gunamaye Narayani Namostute.”

Mantra for overcoming problems
“Sharanagat Deenart Paritranaparayane Sarvsyartihare Devi, Narayani Namostute.”

Mantra for overcoming fear
“Sarvaswarupe Sarveshe Sarvashakti Samanvite Bhaye Bhyastrahi No Devi! Durge Devi Namostute.”

Mantra for getting protection
“Shulen Pahi No devi! Pahi Khadagen Chambike Ghanta Swanen Nah Pahi, Chapajyanihswanen Cha.”

Mantra for health and good luck
“Dehi Saubhagyamaarogyam Dehi Me Paramam Sukham Rupam Dehi Jayam Dehi, Yasho Dehi Dwikho Jahi.”

Mantra for the eradication of an epidemic
“Jayanti Mangala Kali, Bhadrakali Kapalini Durga Kshama Shiva Dhatri Swaha Swadha Namoastute Te.”

Mantra for getting suitable wife
“Patni Manormam Dehi, Manovrittanusarinim Tarineem Durgsansarsaagarasya Kulodbhavaam.”

Mantra for getting suitable husband
“Katyayani Mahamaye Mahayoginyadheswari
Nandogopa sutam Devi Patim Me Kurute Namah.”

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Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Kaal Bhairav Ashtami

Kaal Bhairav Jayanti, also known as Maha Kala Bhairava Jayanthi or Kaal Bhairav Ashtami is believed to be the appearance day of Lord Kaal Bhairav, the fierce form of Lord Shiva. It is observed on the 8th day during the Krishna Paksha in the month of Margashirsha in North Indian calendars. In 2010 Kaal Bhairav Jayanti date is November 28th in traditional Hindu calendar.

Kaal Bhairav Ashtami is dedicated to Lord Shiva and on this day he is worshipped as Kaal Bhairav is the God of Time. Kaal means ‘time’ and ‘Bhairav’ the manifestation of Shiva. All krishna paksha ashtamis are dedicated to Bhairav ji, but out of the 12 krishna ashtamis in a year, the one which falls in the month of Margashirsha is very auspicious. It is believed that on this day, Lord Kala Bhairav appeared on Earth.

Kaal bhairav is a terrific manifestation of Lord Shiva. He is the protector of the pious city "Kaashi" (
Varanasi). He is worshiped by the tantrik cult and is considered to be an easy to please deity. In Astrology he is worshiped for the pacification of Rahu and Shani. All Devi sadhaks have to worship him and take permission from him before they actually start there Devi sadhana.

The legend or the story of Kaalbhairav and his divine avatar is mentioned in the Shiva Maha Purana. Legend has it that Lord Shiva cut the fifth head of Lord Brahma on this day and performed penance. In this form Shiva is believed to punish the sinners. Another Myth is that once a controversy arose among Lord Vishnu, Lord Shiva and Lord Brahma that who was the greatest of them. Lord Shiva, infuriated by a chance remark of Brahma, took the form of Kaal Bhairav and cut off one of the faces of Lord Brahma.

Devotees of Lord Shiva observe special prayers and rituals on this occasion. On this day, Lord Kaal Bhairav is worshipped in all temples and his vehicle dog is fed with milk and sweets. Fasting undertaken on this day is considered to wash away all sins and save one from the havoc of time. This day is beneficial for Tantra puja, Security puja, Kalsarpa puja, Black magic removing puja, Shakti puja. Pitra dosha nivarana puja, Sharddha. Kaal Bhairav is pleased with deep daan. Chant the following mantra while worshiping Kaal Bhairava :

Om hreem kaal bhairavaye hreem namah

Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Tulsi Vivah or Tulasi Shaligram Vivaha

‘Tulsi vivah’ refers to an age-old ritual of Tulsi Devi’s marriagewith lord Vishnu or his incarnation Krishna. Tulsi Vivah is an auspicious ritual observed in Kartik month of Hindu Calendar. Tulsi vivah is performed by Hindu communities during different period. Any day starting from the Ekadasi (after Amavasi) in Kartik month to Purnima (the full moon day) in Kartik Month is chosen to perform Tulsi Vivah. Majority of the people perform Tulsi Vivah on the Ekadasi day. On this day Tulsi is married to Saaligram. This year, Tulsi Vivah will be celebrated on 17th November 2010.

Tulsi vivah is an important ritual observed in the month of Kartik (October – November). It is the symbolic wedding of Tulsi devi to Shaligram shila. Tulsi vivha marks the end of the monsoon and the beginning of the Hindu wedding season. Popular belief is that performing the wedding ceremony of marrying Tulsi to Vishnu considering her as their daughter is equal to performing Kanyadan.

Tulsi is worshipped as a deity. She is considered as an incarnation of Sri Mahalakshmi who was born as Sri Vrinda. Tulsi devi is also known as an exalted devotee of Lord Krishna. The glories of Tulsi devi are mentioned in Skanda purana, Pdama purana and other devotional literature of Hindus.

Legend and celebrations of Tulsi vivah :

When Tulsi devi was on the earth, she was married to demon Jalandar. He was the king of oceans and had immense powers. When demoniac people get powers they exploit it by harassing others. Demon Jalandar did the same thing. He started exploiting everyone around. But as he was married to a great devotee, with the result that no god was able to harm him. However on the request of the other gods, Lord Vishnu took the form of Jalandhar and stayed with the unsuspecting Tulsi. When the truth emerged after Jalandhar's death, Vrinda crused Vishnu and turned him to stone (Shaligram) and collapsed. From her body emerged the tulsi plant. That is why Vishnu pooja is considered incomplete without tulsi leaves. As per a blessing by Vishnu to marry Vrinda in her next birth, Vishnu in form of Shaligram – married Tulsi on Prabodhini Ekadashi. To commemorate this event, the ceremony of Tulsi Vivah is performed.

Another minor legend narrates that Lakshmi – the chief consort of Vishnu – slew a demon on this day and remained on earth as the Tulsi plant.

The very name Tulsi, that which cannot be compared, the "incomparable one", has spiritually uplifting qualities. Tulsi has been found to possess extraordinary powers of healing. Tulsi, or the Holy Basil, is the sacred plant of the Hindus and symbolizes purity and is famous for its medicinal properties.

Happy Tulsi Vivah

Vrindaayai Thulasee Devyai,
Priyaayai KesavyasyaCha,
Kesavaarthe sinomi
Dhwaam Varadhaa bhava sarvatha

Om Tat Sat

Devuthan Ekadashi ~ Prabodini Ekadasi

Ekadasi is an auspicious day dedicated to Lord Vishnu on the 11th day of every lunar fortnight in traditional Hindu calendar. On the 11th Day (Ekadashi) of Shukla Paksh in the month of Karthik, the festival of Devuthan Ekadashi is celebrated. lt is also called Prabodini Ekadasi or Hari Bodhini Ekadasi or Uthwana Ekadashi or Kartiki Ekadashi. It is believed that on this day Lord Vishnu had woken up after a rest of four months. Hence, this day marks the end of Chaturmaas.

This day is considered as a very auspicious day and marriages take place on this day all over India. All auspicious work that could not be done during the Chaturmaas are started on this day. In 2010 Devuthan Ekadashi will be celebrated on Wednesday, 17 November 2010.

Majority of the people perform Tulsi Vivah on the day of Karthik Ekadashi. On this day Tulsi is married to Saaligram.

Bhisma Panchak is also observed on 17 Nov 2010 continued to 21 November 2010.

Saturday, October 30, 2010

Diwali Special ~ Mantras of Goddess Lakshmi

Diwali is both a festival of traditional poojas and calibrations.Traditionally Diwali Pooja is performed after sunset at home. On Diwali night, Ganesha shares the altar with Lakshmi. Shree Ganesha is the god of good beginnings and the fabled remover of obstacles. It is when placed side by side, Lakshmi and Ganesha hold out promise of fulfillment of desires, freedom from wants and obstacles.Those who know the ritualistic pooja perform it in the traditional way. Several people call a priest to perform the pooja. Others recite the stotras of Ganesha and Lakshmi. Doing the mantra japa of Ganesha and Lakshmi is very auspicious on this day. Maha Lakshmi is claimed to fulfill the promises of material, wealth and contentment. Lakshmi is the goddess of wealth, luxury, beauty, power, generosity and auspiciousness.

Mantra with respective Yantra will bring more effective results. In ancient texts, Lord Shiva is supposed to have explained the mystical meaning of the Yantra to his consort, Goddess Parvati: "The Yantra is as essential to a god as oil is to the oil lamp or as a body is to a living human being". The Yantra is actually more powerful than a picture of a God which, to be energized, requires a Yantra to be affixed at its base or back. A Yantra always contains a Mantra associated with it. Just as the mind is a part of, yet different from the body, so is the Mantra from the Yantra. The Mantra is the mind consciousness while the Yantra is the form of the deity.

Ganesha Mantra :


Meaning : Elephant-faced, worshipped by the existing beings, of all living beings, tasting the elephant apple (kaith) and jambolana (jamun), the son of Uma, destroyer of grief, I bow to the lotus feet of Ganesha who is Lord of all.

Mantras of Goddess Lakshmi are as follows:

Meaning: I have heard of the Goddess from the teachers and the scriptures and have tried to mediate upon Her. I now beseech the same Goddess Lakshmi to motivate me to mediate upon Her.

I have heard of Lord Ganesh from the teachers and scriptures and have mediated upon him. I pray to Lord Ganesh to motivate me to mediate upon him.

I have prepared this collection of flowers by procuring flowers which grow in this season from different places. Oh, great Goddess, kindly accept my offering of flowers.

"Sarvagyay Sarvavarday Sarvadushtbhaydkree
Sarvadukhaharay Devi Mahalakshmi Namostutay"

Meaning: O Maa Lakshmi, you know everything, you grant favors to all, you are a terror to the evil and your art removes the misery of all. O propitious goddess, I surrender to you.

"Siddhi Buddhipraday Devi Bhuktimuktipradayeenee
Mantramurtay Sada Devi Mahalakshmi Namostutay"

Meaning: O divine goddess, you are the provider of success and intelligence. You are the benefactor of both worldly pleasure and freedom. The magical sound symbols-the Mantras, verily comprise their form with your grace. Propitious Mother, I surrender to you always.

"Aadhantarhitay Devi Aadhshakti Maheshwari
Yogajay Yogasambhutay Mahalakshmi Namostutay"

Meaning: O Ultimate Mother, your art is without beginning and end. Your art is the primal power. Your art comes out of Yogic practice and your art is evident through Yoga. Promising Mother, I surrender to you.

"Sthulsukshmay Maharodray Mahashakti Mahodray
Mahapaapharay Devi Mahalakshmi Namostutay"

Meaning: Goddess Lakshmi, your art in gross and subtle, is the most awful and powerful. Mother, you contain all things and you remove even the greatest sins. Auspicious Mother, I surrender to you.

"Padnaasanstithay Devi Parbrahmaswaroopeenee
Parmashree Jaganmatra Mahalakshmi Namostutay"

Meaning: Maa Lakshmi, you reside in the hearts of devotees and prove the art of the Supreme Brahman. You are mother of the universe with your supreme art. O Great Mother, I bow to you.

Goddess Mahalakshmi Gayatri :

Om MahaDevyaicha Vidhmahe
Vishnu Patnyaicha Dheemahi
Thanno Lakshmi Prachotayaath

Mahalakshmi Mantra :

|| om shreem shreem kamale kamalalaye prasid prasid shreem hleem om mahalakshmaye namaha ||



Shring is the Lakshmi bija. Recite with Shri Yantra will bring Mother lakshmi’s blessings in the form of peace, prosperity and harmony.


The mantra of Goddess Lakshmi, the goddess of all the wealth and Prosperity in the world.

Goddess Laxmi Mantra Siddhi Japa : Daily worship of this mantra helps in attaining Siddhi:


Lakshmi mantras according to ascending signs (lagnas) :







KANYA ~AUM SHREEM EIM SAUN (N has a nasal sound)







Lord Kubera Mantra :

Om Hreem Yakshaya Kuberaya Vaishravanaya Dhana Akarshanaya Sarvaloka Vasigaraya Dhana Dhanya Adhipataya Dhana Dhanya

Shri Lakshmi Astothra : Sadha Naamavali

Aum Prakruthyai Namah

Aum Vikruthyai Namah

Aum Vidyaayai Namah

Aum Sarvabhoothahithapradayai Namah

Aum Shraddhayai Namah

Aum Vibhuthyai Namah

Aum Surabhyai Namah

Aum Paramatmikaayai Namah

Aum Vache Namah

Aum Padmalayaayai Namah

Aum Padmaayai Namah

Aum Shuchaye Namah

Aum Swahaayai Namah

Aum Swadhaayai Namah

Aum Sudhaayai Namah

Aum Dhanyaayai Namah

Aum Hiranmaiyai Namah

Aum Lakshmaiyai Namah

Aum Nityapushtayai Namah

Aum Vibhavaryai Namah

Aum Adhithyai Namah

Aum Dheethyai Namah

Aum Deepthaayai Namah

Aum Vasudhaayai Namah

Aum Vasudhaarinyai Namah

Aum Kamalaayai Namah

Aum Kaanthayai Namah

Aum Kaamakshyai Namah

Aum Kamala sambhavaayai Namah

Aum Anugrahapradhaayai Namah

Aum Buddhaiyai Namah

Aum Anaghaayai Namah

Aum Harivallabhaayai Namah

Aum Ashokaayai Namah

Aum Amruthaayai Namah

Aum Deepaayai Namah

Aum Lokashoka vinashinyai Namah

Aum Dharmanilayaayai Namah

Aum Karunaayai Namah

Aum Lokamatre Namah

Aum Padmapriyaayai Namah

Aum Padmahasthaayai Namah

Aum Padmakshyai Namah

Aum Padmasundariyai Namah

Aum Padmodbhavaayai Namah

Aum Padmamukhyai Namah

Aum Padmanabha priyaayai Namah

Aum Ramaayai Namah

Aum Padmamalaadharaayai Namah

Aum Deviyai Namah

Aum Padminiyai Namah

Aum Padmagandhinyai Namah

Aum Punyagandhaayai Namah

Aum Suprasannaayai Namah

Aum Prasadabhi mukhyai Namah

Aum Prabhaayai Namah

Aum Chandravadhanaayai Namah

Aum Chandraayai Namah

Aum Chandrasahodharyai Namah

Aum Chaturbhujaayai Namah

Aum Chandrarupaayai Namah

Aum Indiraayai Namah

Aum Indhu sheethalaayai Namah

Aum Ahlaadha jananvaya Namah

Aum Pushtyai Namah

Aum Shivaayai Namah

Aum Shivakariyai Namah

Aum Satyaayai Namah

Aum Vimalaayai Namah

Aum Vishwajananyai Namah

Aum Dhustyai Namah

Aum Dharidriya naashinyai Namah

Aum Preethi Pushkarinyai Namah

Aum Shanathayai Namah

Aum Shuklamaalyaambharaayai Namah

Aum Bhaskaryai Namah

Aum Bilva nilayaayai Namah

Aum Vararohaayai Namah

Aum Yashaswinyai Namah

Aum Vasundharaayai Namah

Aum Udhaarangaayai Namah

Aum Harinyai Namah

Aum Hemamalinyai Namah

Aum Dhana dhanyakaryai Namah

Aum Siddhayai Namah

Aum Sthraina Soumyaayai Namah

Aum Shubhapradaayai Namah

Aum Nrubavema gathanandhayai Namah

Aum Varalakshmaiyai Namah

Aum Vasupradhaayai Namah

Aum Shubhaayai Namah

Aum Hiranya praakaaraayai Namah

Aum Samudhra dhanaayayai Namah

Aum Jayaayai Namah

Aum Mangalaayai Namah

Aum Vishnuvakshah Sthalasdhithaayai Namah

Aum Vishnupathnyai Namah

Aum Prasannaakshyai Namah

Aum Narayana Samashrithayai Namah

Aum Dharidriya Dhwamsinyai Namah

Aum Devlakshmi Namah

Aum Sarva padhrava nivaarinyai Namah

Aum Navadurgaayai Namah

Aum Mahakaalyai Namah

Aum Brahma-Vishnu-Shivathmikaayai Namah

Aum Thrikaalagyanasampannaayai Namah

Aum Bhuvaneshwaryai Namah

Aum MahaaLakshmi Astothra sadha Namah

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Lakshmi-Ganesh Yantra

Sampoorna Kuber yantra

Kuber Yantra ~Megical square

Kuber Yantra

Sri yantra

Sri yantra Locket

Vyaapar Vridhdhi Yantra

Shri Sampoorna MahaLakshami Mahayantra

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