Sanatan Secrets

What is Uttarayana?

Uttarayana marks the daytime of the Devas. The 6 months of Uttarayana, beginning on Makara Sankranthi on January 14th, are considered fortunate since we go towards the Sun. During Uttarayana, harvest and spring celebrations, marriages, and other auspicious occasions are commemorated. This period begins with short daytimes, which gradually lengthens as the days become longer …

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Lord Brahma

Tale Behind The Four Faces of Brahma The Creator

Lord Brahma is responsible for the creation of mankind as a whole. Lord Brahma’s four faces or heads are thought to represent the Hindu religion’s four Vedas. Rig-Veda, Sama-Veda, Yajur-Veda, and Atharva-Veda are the Vedas dedicated to each head. the four faces, according to another tale, represent the four primary directions of the universe: north, …

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Maa Lalitha

SRI LALITHA SAHASRANAMAM-A DIVINE CHANT

What is Lalitha Sahasranamam? Lalitha is the Self’s exuberant, vibrant, and enthralling expression. A free consciousness is inherently joyous and vigorous because it is free of cravings and aversions and is well-founded in the Self. This is Lalitha’s personal place. Sri Lalitha Sahasranama is in the 36th chapter of Lalitopakyana in Brahmanda Purana.It is offered …

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SIGNIFICANCE OF COCONUT IN HINDUISM-A MUST RITUAL FOR EVERY NEW BEGINNING

In Sanskrit, the coconut is known as Sriphala, or “God’s Fruit.” The coconut is the only fruit that is associated with the word ‘God.’ Coconuts are one of the most typical temple offerings in the Hindu religion. It is also an important part of all pujas.The coconut is a satvic fruit, which means it is …

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Brahma emerging from Bhagawan Vishnu

Relativity of Time: Our One Year Is Just 10micro seconds for Lord Brahma

According to Puranic scriptures, Krishna’s departure marks the end of the Dvapara-yuga and the beginning of the Kali-yuga. We are halfway through Brahma’s lifetime (maha-kalpa). A maha-kalpa is followed by an equal-length maha-pralaya (complete disintegration). Each kalpa (Brahma’s day) is followed by an equal-length pralaya (Brahma’s night or partial dissolution). Each manvantara has a manvantara-sandhya (connection period) …

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