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ASTOMATICS

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Vol. 12, Issue-3, March 15, 2016


1Patron
Jagadgaru 1008 Katangi
Peethadhishwar
Swami Pragyananda Ji Maharaj

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uo o"kZ dh 'kqHkdkeuk;sa --------------------------------------- 5
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ikiekspuh ,dkn'kh ---------------------------------------------- 7
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Chief Editor
Ashok Vasudeva

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Gudi Padwa ------------------------------------------- 10

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Yugadi-2016 ------------------------------------------- 10

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Three Aspects of Mother Divine ----------------- 11

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Holi : Festival of Colours --------------------------- 13

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Vedic Culture ------------------------------------------ 14

Bureau Chief
Dr. M.K. Mishra
Editorial Associate
Ms Meena
Dr. N.K. Sharma

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Design
Chetan Vasudeva

Five Healthy Habits ---------------------------------- 17

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EDTORIAL

VIDYA DADATI VINYAM

Vidya dadati vinayam,


vinaya dadati paatrataam,
paatratva dhanamaapnoti,
dhanat dharmam tatatsukham.
Education gives Humility; Humility gives
Character; from Character one gets Wealth; from
Wealth one gets Righteous (dharmam) life; from
Righteousness one gets Happiness.
Neither the thief can steal it, nor can the
king take it, neither divided amongst brothers,
nor too heavy to carry. The more you expand
it, the more it increases, Knowledge is the
prime wealth.
We go to school, college, universities etc to
study in our respective fields to live our life
peacefully and earn money for our livelihood.
The Sages professed "Guru Shishya Parampara"
means learning from teachers who were well
versed in their fields and give to the Society in
the form of their research the Vedas, Upnishads
and Puranas so that general masses can be
enlightened and live peacefully.
In this scientific age many scientists have
given much in the last 400 years to make this
world more comfortable to live. In our Vedic
era and later evolutions of Sanatan Dharma our
Sages were also engage in doing research on
arms and ammunitions so that demonic minds
can be cleansed from earth but never used them
against the peaceful people.
Now in this 21st century the scenario has
totally changed. The politicians are exploiting
the young clean mind to meet their ends. The
present scenario in India is worst than any other
place in the world. When we talk about the
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difficulties and aspirations of the general public


and raise our voice against the rulers that suits
everyone. There are very less solutions available
with the rulers due to paucity of resources and
finances. The general masses because of less
understanding of the scenario of the country as
a whole are limited to their own needs and start
following the versions publicized by the students
who are mere pawns of political aspirants.
In our physical body we have negative and
positive systems and this is law of nature due to
the fact that negative always mesmerized the
positive. Man to man professing is very difficult
again everybody has its own perceptions.
Student life always enchants everyone and they
are full of energies and if nurtured in any way
they quickly grasp and people accept the same
very easily.
The only solution to this problem is to have
proper check on the School, Colleges and
Universities. The first timer embargo is to be
imposed in the interest of nation and its people
at large.
The recent case in Indian Universities has
exposed such conspiracy to de-stabilize the
cultural, social and economical health of the
country. This has become menace and our
Government should by legislation in the
parliament and make law that educational
institutions should only impart education in their
respective fields and not disintegrate the nation.
This will be good for the students and the country
as a whole.
Ashok Vasudeva

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uo laoRlj o"kZ 2073 izkjaHk % 8 vizSy

dSlk jgsxk uoo"kZ \

vkidks uo o"kZ dh ije 'kqHkdkeuk;sa


vkb;s ge lc feydj Lokxr djrs gSa u, lky 2016 dk vkSj foeh laor 2073 dkA bl
laoRlj ds jktk gksaxs 'kq vkSj ea=kh gksaxs cq/k tks fd LokLF;] lEiUurk] [kq'kh] mUufr ds izrhd gSA
blls ns'k ds fodkl ds cgqr vPNs ;ksx cusaxsA bl lkSE;k laoRlj dk izos'k flag yXu esa gks jgk gSA
^foe laor 2073* dk 'kqHkkjEHk 8 vizSy] lu 2016
dks pS=k ekl ds 'kqDy i{k] izfrink ls gSA iqjk.kksa ds vuqlkj
pS=k ekl ds 'kqDy i{k dh izfrink dks czk us l`f"V fuekZ.k
fd;k Fkk] blfy, bl ikou frfFk dks uo laoRlj ioZ ds
:i esa Hkh euk;k tkrk gSA laoRlj&p ds vuqlkj lw;Z bl
_rq esa vius jkf'k&p dh izFke jkf'k es"k esa izos'k djrk
gSA olar _rq esa vkus okys oklafrd ^uojk=k* dk izkjEHk Hkh
lnk blh iq.; frfFk ls gksrk gS tks bl o"kZ oSk`fr ;ksx esa
gksxkA Hkkjro"kZ esa olar _rq ds volj ij uwru o"kZ dk
vkjEHk ekuuk blfy, Hkh g"kksZYykliw.kZ gS] D;ksafd bl _rq
esa pkjksa vksj gfj;kyh jgrh gS rFkk uohu i=k&iq"iksa }kjk
izd`fr dk uo J`axkj fd;k tkrk gSA yksx uoo"kZ dk Lokxr
djus ds fy, vius ?kj&}kj ltkrs gSa rFkk uohu oL=kkHkw"k.k
/kkj.k djds T;ksfr"kkpk;Z }kjk uwru o"kZ dk laoRlj Qy
lqurs gSaA
'kkL=kh; ekU;rk ds vuqlkj pS=k 'kqDy izfrink dh
frfFk ds fnu izkr% dky Luku vkfn ds }kjk 'kq) gksdj gkFk
esa xa/k] v{kr] iq"i vkSj ty ysdj vkse HkwHkqZo% Lo%
laoRlj& vf/kifr vkokg;kfe iwt;kfe p bl ea=k ls
uo laoRlj dh iwtk djuh pkfg, rFkk uoo"kZ ds v'kqHk
Qyksa ds fuokj.k gsrq czk th ls izkFkZuk djuh pkfg, fd ^gs
Hkxou! vkidh d`ik ls esjk ;g o"kZ dY;k.kdkjh gks vkSj
bl laoRlj ds e/; esa vkus okys lHkh vfu"V vkSj fo?u
'kkar gks tk,a*A uo laoRlj ds fnu uhe ds dksey ikksa vkSj
_rqdky ds iq"iksa dk pw.kZ cukdj mlesa dkyh fepZ] ued]
ghax] thjk] feJh] beyh vkSj vtok;u feykdj [kkus ls
j fodkj vkfn 'kkjhfjd jksx 'kkar jgrs gSa vkSj iwjs o"kZ
LokLF; Bhd jgrk gSA ?kj dks /otk] irkdk] rksj.k] canuokj]
Qwyksa vkfn ls ltk, o vxjckh] kwi vkfn ls lqxaf/kr
djsAa fnuHkj Hktu&dhrZu dj 'kqHk dk;Z djrs gq, vkuaniwod
Z
fnu fcrk,A lHkh tho ek=k rFkk izd`fr ds fy, eaxy
dkeuk djsaA u, o"kZ dk iapkax ;k Hkfo";Qy T;ksfr"kh ds
eq[k ls lqusaA ijLij dVqrk dk Hkko feVkdj lerk&Hkko
LFkkfir djus dk ladYi ysaA
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dSlk jgsxk o"kZ 2073


jktk 'kq vkSj ea=kh cq/k] nksuksa gh 'kqHk xzg gksus ls bl
laoRlj esa lHkh izdkj ds [kk|kUuksa dk vPNk mRiknu
gksxkA ljdkj }kjk 'kkafr] dkuwu ,oa U;k; O;oLFkk ds
mik; vkSj lqn`<+ cuk, j[kus ds fy, fo'ks"k fu;e cuk,
tkus ds iz;kl fd, tk,axsA ns'k esa vuqdwy o mi;ksxh o"kkZ
gksxhA
ikfdLrku] vQxkfuLrku vkfn ns'kksa esa minzo foLQksV
,oa v'kkafr QSysxhA uo foeh laor~ 2073 dk jktk 'kq
gksus ls laor dk okgu nknqj vFkkZr esa<d gksxkA ftlds
QyLo:i dqN izns'kksa foiqy o"kkZ gksus ds ladsr gSaA ck<+
Hkw&L[kyu vkfn izkd`frd izdksi Hkh gksus dh laHkkouk jgsxh]
ftlls d`f"k] tu /kukfn dh {kfr dk Hk; jgsxk] tcfd dqN
izns'kksa esa mi;ksxh o"kkZ dh deh ls Qlyksa dks {kfr igqapsxhA
jktk 'kq ds dkj.k /kkU;] xUuk] xsgwa vkfn vuktksa ,oa
ekSleh Qy&Qwyksa dk izpqj mRiknu gksxkA o`{kksa@ikS/kksa ij
ekSleh Qy vf/kd ek=kk esa gksaA xk;] HkSal vkfn pkSik;ksa dh
la[;k esa o`f) gksxhA iq#"k&fL=k;ksa esa vkilh vkd"kZ.k vf/
kd c<+xs kA ehfM;k esa jkx&jax] xk;u] u`R;kfn }kjk v'yhyrk
,oa fuyZTtrk ds v'kksHkuh; izn'kZu dks c<+kok fn;k tk,xkA
lqxfa /kr inkFkksZa ds dkjksckj esa izxfr gksxhA ns'k ds lkSna ;hZdj.k
ij ljdkj dk /;ku tk,xkA ea=kh cqk gksus ds dkj.k Hkksx
foykl ds izfr fL=k;ka vf/kd vkl jgsaxhA dke okluk
laca/kh vijk/kksa esa o`f) gksus ls vke vkneh nq[kh vuqHko
djsxkA Ropk laca/kh jksx vf/kd gksaxsA vlk/; jksxksa dh
o`f) gksxhA lkSE; laor~ dh yXu dqaMyh esa 'kfu&eaxy ds
o`f'pd jkf'k esa gksus ls varjtkrh; o jkT;ksa ds ;qok oxZ esa
izse fookg ds vf/kd ;ksx cu jgs gSaA eaxy ds nqxsZ'k gksus ds
dkj.k lsuk dk Lokeh gksus ls lk/kkj.k yksx jksx] egaxkbZ]
vko';d oLrqvksa dh deh vlqj{kk vkfn vusd nq[kksa o
ijs'kkfu;ksa ls ihfM+r jgsaxsA lsuk dh lf;rk vusd {ks=kksa
esa c<+sxhA fo;ksx] laca/k foPNsn tSlh ?kVukvksa dh o`f)
gksxhA vjktdrk QSykus okys dqN laxBuksa ij yxke dlus
esa lsuk lQy Hkh gksxhA
'ks"k i`"B 10 ij
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dSyk'k efUnj] ,yksjk

1200 lky iqjkuk eafnj tks ,d gh iRFkj ls cuk gS


dSyk'k efUnj] ,yksjk dks fgeky; ds dSyk'k dk :i
nsus esa ,yksjk ds okLrqdkjksa us dqN deh ugha dhA f'ko dk
;g nkseaftyk eafnj ioZr dh Bksl pku dks dkVdj cuk;k
x;k gSA ,yksjk dk dSyk'k efUnj egkjk"V ds vkSjaxkckn
ftys esa izfl) ^,yksjk dh xqQkvksa* esa fLFkr gSA ;g eafnj
nqfu;k Hkj esa ,d gh iRFkj dh f'kyk ls cuh gqbZ lcls cM+h
ewfrZ ds fy, izfl) gSA bl eafnj dks rS;kj djus esa djhc
150 o"kZ yxs vkSj yxHkx 7000 etnwjksa us yxkrkj bl ij
dke fd;kA iPphdkjh dh n`f"V ls dSyk'k efUnj vn~Hkqr
gSA eafnj ,yksjk dh xqQk la[;k 16 esa fLFkr gSA bl efUnj
esa dSykl ioZr dh vuqd`fr fufeZr dh xbZ gSA
xqQk,
,yksjk esa rhu izdkj dh
xqQk, gS&a egk;kuh ckS) xqQk,]
ikSjkf.kd fganw xqQk,] fnxacj
tSu xqQk,A
bu xqQkvksa esa dsoy ,d
xqQk 12 eaftyh gS] ftls
^dSyk'k eafnj* dgk tkrk gSA
eafnj dk fuekZ.k jk"VdwV
'kkld d`".k izFke us djo;k
FkkA ;g xqQk f'kYi dyk dk
vn~Hkqr uewuk gSA ,d gh pku
esa dkV dj cuk, x, fo'kky eafnj dh izR;sd ewfrZ dk
f'kYi mPp dksfV dk gSA bu xqQkvksa ls ,d fdyksehVj dh
nwjh ij ,yksjk xko gSA blh xko ds uke ij ;s ^,yksjk
xqQk,* dgykrh gSaA
dSyk'k eafnj dks NksM+dj 'ks"k eafnj 600&750 bZ- ds
vkl&ikl cus crk, tkrs gSaA ,yksjk dh ewfrZdyk vuqie
gSA xqIr dky ds ckn bruk HkO; fuekZ.k vkSj fdlh dky
[kaM esa ugha gqvkA ,yksjk dh xqQkvksa dk lh/kk laca/k ckS)]
fgUnw vkSj tSu /keZ ls gS] blfy, bu /keksaZ ds vuq;kf;;ksa dh
;gk HkhM+ yxh jgrh gSA blds vfrfj ns'kh&fons'kh i;ZVdksa
dh Hkh ;gk iwjs lky pgy&igy jgrh gSA bu xqQkvksa esa
bruk vkd"kZ.k vkSj dkS'ky gS fd ;gk vkus okys lHkh
i;ZVd bUgsa ns[kdj pfdr gks mBrs gSaA iwjk {ks=k cgqr [kqyk
vkSj 'kkar gSA ,yksjk ds ikl gh ^?k`".ks'oj egknso* dk eafnj
gSA
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,yksjk dh xqQk&16 lcls cM+h xqQk gS] ftlesa lcls


T;knk [kqnkbZ dk;Z fd;k x;k gSA ;gk ds dSyk'k eafnj esa
fo'kky vkSj HkO;g ud~dk'kh gS] tks fd dSyk'k ds Lokeh
Hkxoku f'ko dks lefiZr gSA dSyk'k eafnj ^fo#ik{k efUnj*
ls izsfjr gksdj jk"VdwV oa'k ds 'kklu ds nkSjku cuk;k x;k
FkkA vU; xqQkvksa dh rjg blesa Hkh izos'k }kj] eaMi rFkk
ewfrZ;k gSaA
vuqie okLrqf'kYi
f'ko dk ;g nkseaftyk eafnj ioZr dh Bksl pku dks
dkVdj cuk;k x;k gS vkSj vuqeku gS fd izk;% 30 yk[k
gkFk iRFkj blesa ls dkVdj fudky fy;k x;k gSA ,Fksal dk
izfl) eafnj ^ikFksZuu* blds
vk;ke esa lewpk lek ldrk
gS vkSj bldh pkbZ ikFksZuu
ls de ls de Mks<+h gSA
dSyk'k ds HkSjo dh ewfrZ
ftruh mxz gS] ikoZrh dh
mruh gh Lusg'khy gS vkSj
rkaMo dk osx rks ,slk gS]
tSlk iRFkj esa vU;=k miyCk
ughaA
f'ko&ikoZrh dk ifj.k;
Hkkoh lq[k dh e;kZnk ck/krk
gS] tSls jko.k dk dSyk'kkksyu ikS#"k dks ewfrZeku dj nsrk
gSA mldh Hkqtk, QSydj dSyk'k ds ry dks tSls ?ksj ysrh gSa
vkSj brus tksj ls fgykrh gSa fd mldh pwysa <hyh gks tkrh
gSa vkSj mek ds lkFk gh dSyk'k ds vU; tho Hkh la=kLr dki
mBrs gSaA fQj f'ko iSj ds vxwBs ls ioZr dks gYds ls nckdj
jko.k ds xoZ dks pwj&pwj dj nsrs gSaA dkfynkl us dqekjlaHko
esa tks jko.k ds bl iz;Ru ls dSyk'k dh laf/k;ksa ds fc[kj
tkus dh ckr dgh gS] og bl n`'; esa loZFkk dykdkjksa us
izLrqr dj nh gSA ,yksjk dk oSHko Hkkjrh; ewfrZdyk dh
ewkZU; miyfC/k gSA
;wusLdks }kjk 1983 ls ^fof'o fojklr LFky* ?kksf"kr
fd, tkus ds ckn vtark vkSj ,yksjk dh rLohjsa vkSj
f'kfYidyk /kkfeZd dyk ds mRd`"V uewus ekus x, gSa vkSj
budk Hkkjr esa dyk ds fodkl ij xgjk izHkko gSA
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ikiekspuh ,dkn'kh djsxk vkidks ikiksa ls eq


ozr rksM+us ds fy, mi;q le; % 4 vizSy 2016] 13%38 cts ls 16%07 cts
ikj.k frfFk ds fnu gfj oklj lekIr gksus dk le; 11%00
,dkn'kh frfFk izkjEHk 3 vizSy 2016] izkr% 07%27 cts
,dkn'kh frfFk lekIr 4 vizSy 2016] izkr% 05%37 cts
ikj.k ds fnu }kn'kh lw;ksZn; ls igys lekIr gks tk,xh
nwth ikieksfpuh ,dkn'kh 4 vizSy 2016
5 vizSy dks] nwth ,dkn'kh ds fy, ikj.k ozr rksM+us dk le; 06%10 ls 08%39
tkus&vutkus esa fd;s gq, iki dk ;fn i'pkrki djuk gks
rks mlds fy, ikieksfpuh ,dkn'kh iw.;frfFk gSA bl ,dkn'kh
dk ozr djus ls ikiksa ls eqf fey tkrh gS] ,slk ekuk tkrk
gSA iapkax ds vuqlkj ;g ,dkn'kh gj foe laor o"kZ dh
vafre ,dkn'kh gksrh gS vkSj ;g lnSo gksfydk ngu vkSj
pS=k uojk=kh ds chp esa gh vkrh gSA bl fnu lHkh Hk
Hkxoku fo".kq dh vkjk/kuk djrs gSa vkSj muds uke ls ozr
j[krs gSa] ozr ds ikj.k djus ls iwoZ ozr dFkk lquh tkrh gS]
,dkn'kh ds fnu izkr% dky Hkxoku fo".kq dh iwtk
djsaA ?kh dk nhi vo'; tyk,a] tkus&vutkus esa vkils tks
Hkh iki gq, gSa muls eqf ikus ds fy, Hkxoku fo".kq ls gkFk
tksM+dj izkFkZuk djsaA bl nkSjku ^ ueks Hkxors oklqnsok;*
ea=k dk ti fujarj djrs jgsaA ,dkn'kh dh jkf=k izHkq Hkf
esa tkxj.k djs] muds Hktu xk,a] lkFk gh Hkxoku fo".kq dh
dFkkvksa dk ikB djsaA
'kkL=kksa esa ,dkn'kh ds fy, dqN fu;e Hkh cuk, x,
gSaA buesa ,d cM+k fu;e gS ,dkn'kh ds fnu pkoy dk
R;kxA 'kkL=kksa ds vuqlkj ,dkn'kh ds fnu pkoy [kkuk
v[kk| inkFkZ vFkkZr ugha [kkus ;ksX; inkFkZ [kkus dk Qy
iznku djrk gSA ikSjkf.kd dFkk ds vuqlkj ekrk 'kf ds
ks/k ls cpus ds fy, egf"kZ es/kk us 'kjhj dk R;kx dj
fn;k vkSj mudk va'k i`Foh esa lek x;kA pkoy vkSj tkS ds
:i esa egf"kZ es/kk mRiUu gq, blfy, pkoy vkSj tkS dks
tho ekuk tkrk gSA ftl fnu egf"kZ es/kk dk va'k i`Foh esa
lek;k] ml fnu ,dkn'kh frfFk FkhA blfy, ,dkn'kh ds
fnu pkoy [kkuk oftZr ekuk x;kA oSKkfud rF; ds
vuqlkj pkoy esa ty rRo dh ek=kk vf/kd gksrh gSA ty
ij pUnzek dk izHkko vf/kd iM+rk gSA pkoy [kkus ls 'kjhj
esa ty dh ek=kk c<+rh gS blls eu fopfyr vkSj papy
gksrk gSA

tks ,dkn'kh gksfydk ngu vkSj pS=k uojkf=k ds e/;


esa vkrh gS mls ikieksfpuh ,dkn'kh ds :i esa tkuk tkrk
gSaA ;g lEor o"kZ dh vkf[kjh ,dkn'kh gSA ;g ,dkn'kh
ozr pS=k ekl ds d`".k i{k dh ,dkn'kh dks fd;k tkrk gSA
,dkn'kh ds ozr lekIr djus dks ikj.k dgrs gSaA
,dkn'kh ozr ds vxys fnu lw;ksZn; ds ckn ikj.k fd;k
tkrk gSA ,dkn'kh ozr dk ikj.k }kn'kh frfFk lekIr gksus
ls igys djuk vfr vko';d gSA ;fn }kn'kh frfFk lw;ksZn;
ls igys lekIr gks x;h gks rks ,dkn'kh ozr dk ikj.k
lw;ksZn; ds ckn gh gksrk gSA }kn'kh frfFk ds Hkhrj ikj.k u
djuk iki djus ds leku gksrk gSA
,dkn'kh ozr dk ikj.k gfj oklj ds nkSjku Hkh ugha
djuk pkfg,A tks J)kyq ozr dj jgs gSa mUgsa ozr rksM+us ls
igys gfj oklj lekIr gksus dh izfr{kk djuh pkfg,A gfj
oklj }kn'kh frfFk dh igyh ,d pkSFkkbZ vof/k gSA ozr
rksM+us ds fy, lcls mi;q le; izkr%dky gksrk gSA ozr
djus okys J)kyqvksa dks e/;ku ds nkSjku ozr rksM+us ls
cpuk pkfg,A dqN dkj.kksa dh otg ls vxj dksbZ izkr%dky
ikj.k djus esa l{ke ugha gS rks mls e/;ku ds ckn ikj.k
djuk pkfg,A
dHkh dHkh ,dkn'kh ozr yxkrkj nks fnuksa ds fy, gks
tkrk gS A tc ,dkn'kh oz r nks fnu gks r k gS rc
LekrZ&ifjokjtuksa dks igys fnu ,dkn'kh ozr djuk pkfg,A
nqljs fnu okyh ,dkn'kh dks nwth ,dkn'kh dgrs gSaA
lU;kfl;ksa] fo/kokvksa vkSj eks { k izkfIr ds bPNqd J)kyqvksa
dks nwth ,dkn'kh ds fnu ozr djuk pkfg,A tc&tc
,dkn'kh ozr nks fnu gksrk gS rc&rc nwth ,dkn'kh vkSj
oS".ko ,dkn'kh ,d gh fnu gksrh gSaA
iqjk.kksa esa dgk x;k gS fd fdlh Hkh izdkj ds
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efg"kklqj ds vk/kqfud ekul&iq=ksa }kjk Hkkjr dk vieku


nsoh nqxkZ ds fy, os';k tSls 'kCnksa dk iz;ksx djuk dkSu lh J)k gS\ vki cs'kd efg"kklqj dks iwft,
ysfdu] ek nqxkZ tks ns'k dh cgqla[; vkcknh ds fy, izkphu dky ls ije iwtuh; jgh gSa] ds vieku
dk vkidks dksbZ vf/kdkj ughaA oLrqr% ;g fons'kh 'kf;ksa }kjk Hkkjrh; lekt dks ckV dj ns'k ds
VqdM+s&VqdM+s djus dh lkft'k gSA
ts,u;w fookn esa jk"Vfojks/kh ukjksa ds lkFk&lkFk ,d
vkSj vR;ar nqHkkZX;iw.kZ rF; ts,u;w esa euk;k tkus okyk
^efg"kklqj 'kgknr fnol* vkSj bl ns'k dh cgqla[; yksxksa
}kjk ek ds :i esa iwftr ikSjkf.kd ik=k nsoh nqxkZ ds fy,
^os ' ;k* tS l s v'yhy
fo'ks"k.kksa ds iz;ksx ls
lEcaf/kr gSA ns'k dh
cgqla[; vkcknh rks ,slh
ckrksa ds fo"k; esa lksp
Hkh ugha ldrhA ns'k ds
fdlh Hkh {ks=k vkSj tkfr
ds yksx gksa] muds fy,
nqxkZ ,d mikL; nsoh vkSj
'kf dh izrhd gSa] tks
lalkj dks d"V nsus okys
efg"kklqj vkSj mlds tSls
vusd nq"VkRekvksa dk var
djus ds fy, le; nj le; izdV gksrh jgh gSaA yksxksa dh
;g ekU;rk iwjh rjg ls Hkkjrh; ikSjkf.kd vk[;kuksa tks
nqxkZ&efg"kklqj pfj=k dk izeq[k lzksr jgs gSa] ij vk/kkfjr gSA
D;k gS iqjk.kksa esa
njvly gekjs iqjk.kksa ds eqrkfcd vlqjksa ds jktk jaHk
dks ty esa jgus okyh f=kgkf;g.kh uked ,d HkSal ls I;kj gks
x;kA jaHk vkSj HkSal ls efg"kklqj uke dk csVk gqvkA laLd`r
esa efg"k dk vFkZ HkSal gksrk gSA efg"kklqj esa vlqj vkSj HkSal
nksuksa ds xq.k vk x, Fks blfy, og bPNkuqlkj tc pkgs HkSal
vkSj tc pkgs euq"; dk :i /kkj.k dj ldrk FkkA efgj"kklqj
dk iq=k gqvk xtklqjA blh xtklqj dk flj dkVdj x.ks'k
th dks iquZthou fn;k x;kA tks Hkh gks] ml dky [kaM esa
o.kZ O;oLFkk ugha gksus ls tkfr;ksa dk izkdV~; ugha gqvk FkkA
tkfr O;oLFkk rks lH;rk ds fodkl ds cgqr ckn mith]
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blfy, efg"kklqj ds nfyr gksus dh ckr [kqn&c&[kqn [kkfjt


gks tkrh gSA
efg"kklqj czk dk ije Hk FkkA mlus dfBu riL;k
djds czk ls vejrk dk ojnku ekaxkA czk us dgk tks
kjrh ij vkrk gS mls
ejuk rks iM+rk gh gS rqe
dqN vkSj oj ekaxksaA bl
ij efg"kklqj us lkspk fd
fL=k;ka uktqd gksrh gSa vkSj
dksbZ Hkh L=kh mls ekj ugha
ldrh blfy, mlus dgk
fd eq>s ,d L=kh ds gkFkksa
ejus dk ojnku nks A
ojnku ikdj efg"kklqj
fuMj gks x;k vkSj LoxZ
yksd ds nsorkvksa dks
ijs'kku djus yxk vkSj
i`Foh ij Hkh mRikr epkus yxkA mlus LoxZ ij ,d ckj
vpkud vke.k dj fn;k vkSj banz dks ijkLr dj LoxZ ij
dCtk dj fy;kA nsox.k ijs'kku gksdj czk] fo".kq vkSj
egs'k ds ikl lgk;rk ds fy, igqapsA dksbZ mik; u ikdj
f=knso us efg"kklqj ds fouk'k ds fy, nqxkZ dk l`tu fd;k
ftls 'kf vkSj ikoZrh ds uke ls Hkh tkuk tkrk gSA nsoh
nqxkZ us efg"kklqj ij vke.k dj mlls ukS fnuksa rd ;q)
fd;k vkSj nlosa fnu mldk o/k fd;kA blh miy{; esa 10
fnuksa dk R;ksgkj nqxkZ iwtk euk;k tkrk gSA
vc blh ikSjkf.kd vk[;ku ds ik=kksa dks mBkdj
ts,u;w oklh yky lykeh izKkp{kqvksa }kjk ,d u, gok&gokbZ
bfrgkl dks x<+k x;k gS fd efg"kklqj ,d nfyrks)kjd]
U;k;fiz; vkSj tufiz; jktk Fkk] ftldks lo.kks }kjk izsfjr
,d pfj=kghu L=kh nqxkZ us Ny ls ekj fn;kA bl izdkj tc
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ns'k uojk=k eukrk gS rks ;s xksekal dh nkor dk vk;kstu


djus yxrs gSa vkSj fot;n'keh dks ;s vius ekufld firk
efg"kklqj dh 'kgknr ds :i esa vk;ksftr djds cSB tkrs
gSaA vc ;s yky lykeh ew[kZ nsoh nqxkZ ds fy, ^os';k* tSls
?k`f.kr fo'ks"k.kksa dk iz;ksx djrs gSa] budk iwT; efg"kklqj Hkh
;gh djus dh ukdke dksf'k'k fd;k djrk FkkA vFkkZr
budh vkSj efg"kklqj dh ekufldrk ,dne leku :i ls
L=kh&fojks/kh gS] ;g ns[krs gq, bUgsa ^efg"kklqj ds vk/kqfud
ekul&iq=k* dguk vR;ar lehphu gh gksxkA
gkykafd gj ckr esa nwljksa ls rF; vkSj izek.k ekaxus
okys ;s efg"kklqj ds eqh Hkj vk/kqfud ekul&iq=k vius bl
eux<+ar vkSj okfg;kr bfrgkl ds fo"k; esa vkt rd dksbZ
Bksl izek.k ugha ns lds gS] cl fgVyj ds izpkj ea=kh
xks;cYl dh rjg bl >wB dks ckj&ckj jV&jVdj lgh
lkfcr djus dh ukdke
dksf'k'k esa yxs jgrs gSaA ;gk
rd fd bl ij >w B ks a ]
diksy&dfYir okfg;kr rF;ksa
vkSj dqrdks ls Hkjh if=kdk
rd fudky pqds gSaA oSls]
buds bl ckSf)d dqd`R; dk
foMacukRed i{k ;s gS fd
,d rjQ rks ;s Hkkjrh;
ikSjkf.kd bfrgkl dks feFkd
vkSj diksy&dfYir dgds [kkfjt djrs gSa vkSj nwljh rjQ
mlh ls nqxkZ&efg"kklqj tSls pfj=kksa dks mBkdj eux<+ar <ax
ls is'k Hkh djrs gSaA ;g ns[krs gq, dg ldrs gSa fd tSls
efg"kklqj le; vkSj vko';drkuqlkj :i cny ysrk Fkk]
oSls gh mlds ;s vkkqfud ekul&iq=k Hkh volj ns[kdj
psgjs cnyus dh dyk esa iwjs ekfgj gSaA
os dgrs gSa fd ;g bl ikSjkf.kd vk[;ku dh nfyr
O;k[;k gSA ,sls esa esjh bu efg"kklqj&iq=kksa ls xqtkfj'k gS fd
bl ns'k ds 'kgjh bykdksa ls ysdj nwj&njkt ds xzkeh.k
bykdksa rd dgha Hkh nfyrksa ls viuh bl rFkkdfFkr
^nfyr&O;k[;k* dh ppkZ djds tjk bldh tu&Lohdk;Zrk
dh tkap dj ysaA nkok gS fd buds bl uohu bfrgkl dks
lquus ds ckn 'kk;n gh dksbZ nfyr ,slk gksxk tks budks
xkyh&xykSt djrk gqvk vius njokts ls u Hkxk nsA ykr&twrs
iM+ tk,a rks Hkh vk'p;Z ughaA lPpkbZ ;gh gS fd bl ns'k dh
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nfyr&lo.kZ vkfn dksbZ Hkh tkfr gksa] lcds fy, nqxkZ gh


vyx&vyx :iksa esa ije iwtuh; gSa u fd efg"kklqj! exj]
;g ckr fnYyh ds ts,u;w esa cSBdj ns'k ds cgqla[; nqxkZ
Hk yksxksa ds VSDl ds iSls ls izkIr lfClMh ij i<+ jgs
efg"kklqj ds bu vk/kqfud ekul&iq=kksa dks le> esa ugha vk
ldrh D;ksafd] budh le> dk nk;jk buds yky lyke dh
ctctkgV ls 'kq: gksdj dHkh efg"kklqj dks viuk ^oSpkfjd
cki* rks dHkh vQt+y xq# tSls ns'knzksgh nfjanksa dks viuk
thoukn'kZ ekudj [kRe gks tkrk gSA foMEcuk gS fd ns'k ds
dbZ jktuhfrd ny vfHkO;f dh vktknh ds uke ij
budk leFkZu dj jgs gSaA
D;k gS vk/kqfud fo}kuksa dh jk;
>kj[kaM ds ,d tutkrh; fo}ku izdk'k mjkao us dgk
gS fd nsoh nqxkZ us ftls ekjk Fkk vkSj ftls lc nkuo ds :i
esa tkurs gSa] og Hkkjr dh
fdlh tutkfr ds fy,
izsj.kknk;h ;k iwT; ugha jgk
gSA >kj[kaM ljdkj dh laLFkk
V k bcy fjlpZ ba L VhVw V
VhvkjvkbZ ds iwoZ funs'kd
mjkao us crk;k fd fdlh Hkh
fdrkc es a efg"kklq j ls
tutkfr ds yksxksa dk dksbZ
laca/k ugha ik;k x;k gSA
iwoZ funs'kd us dgk fd ,d tkudkj gksus ds ukrs [kqn
tutkrh; leqnk; ls gksus ds ckotwn mUgksaus ,slk dHkh ugha
lquk fd efg"kklqj fdlh Hkh vkfnoklh leqnk; ds fy, ,d
izsj.kklzksr jgkA mUgksaus dgk fd ,slk yxrk gS fd ;g dqN
yksxksa dk u;k iSnk fd;k gqvk fookn gSA eSa >kj[kaM esa gh
iyk&c<+k gwaA eSa tutkrh; gwa] ysfdu dHkh ugha lquk fd
efg"kklqj fdlh Hkh tutkrh; leqnk; ds fy, izsj.kk gSA
mjkao us dgk fd okLro esa vlqj ,d tutkfr gS]
ftldk is'kk yksgk xykuk gSA ysfdu mudk Hkh efg"kklqj ls
dksbZ ysuk&nsuk ugha gSA mUgksaus dgk fd tutkrh; yksx
vfgald vkSj Hkksys&Hkkys gksrs gSaA mjkao us dgk fd efg"kklqj
ds tutkrh; leqnk;ksa }kjk iwtus ds fy, ftEesnkj Bgjkus
ds ihNs dksbZ jktuhfrd dkj.k gks ldrk gSA ,d oxZ ,slk
Hkh gks ldrk gS tks tutkfr;ksa vkSj nfyrksa dks jktuhfrd
dkj.kksa ls ,d lkFk ykus dh dksf'k'k dj jgk gksA
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New Year Celebration

8 April, 2016

GUDI PADWA OF MAHARASHTRA


Gudi Padwa or Samvatsar Padvo is celebrated
as the first day of the year by Maharashtrians and
Konkanis. On this day new Samvatsara, which is
cycle of sixty years, starts. All sixty Samvatsara are
identified by unique name.
Gudi Padwa is celebrated as Ugadi by the
people of Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh. Both Gudi
Padwa and Ugadi are celebrated on the same day.
Gudi Padwa is Marathi New Year according to
Luni-Solar calendar. Luni-Solar calendars consider
the position of the Moon and the position of the Sun
to divide the year into months and days. The counterpart of Luni-Solar calendar is Solar calendar which

considers only position of the Sun to divide the year


into months and days. Because of that Hindu New
Year is celebrated twice in the year with different
names and at two different times of the year. The
Hindu New Year based on Solar calendar is known
as Puthandu in Tamil Nadu, Bihu in Assam,
Vaisakhi in Punjab, Pana Sankranti in Orissa and
Naba Barsha in West Bengal.
The day begins with ritual oil-bath followed by
prayers. Oil bath and eating Neem leaves are must
rituals suggested by scriptures. North Indians don't
celebrate Gudi Padwa but start nine days Chaitra
Navratri Puja on the same day and also eat Neem
with Mishri on the very first day of Navratri.

YUGADI 2016 IN ANDHRA PRADESH AND KARNATAKA

position of the Sun to divide the year into months


and days. Because of that Hindu New Year is
celebrated twice in the year with different names and
at two different times of the year. The Hindu New
Year based on Solar calendar is known as Puthandu
in Tamil Nadu, Bihu in Assam, Vaisakhi in Punjab,
Pana Sankranti in Orissa and Naba Barsha in West
Bengal.
The day begins with ritual oil-bath followed
by prayers. Oil bath and eating Neem leaves are must
rituals suggested by scriptures. North Indians don't
celebrate Ugadi but start nine days Chaitra Navratri
Puja on the same day and also eat Neem with Mishri
(crystallized sugar) on the very first day of Navratri.

Ugadi or Yugadi is celebrated as the first day


of the year by people of Andhra Pradesh and
Karnataka. On this day new Samvatsara, which is
cycle of sixty years, starts. All sixty Samvatsara are
identified by unique name.
Ugadi is celebrated as Gudi Padwa by the
people of Maharashtra. Both Ugadi and Gudi Padwa
are celebrated on the same day.
Ugadi is New Year according to Luni-Solar
calendar. Luni-Solar calendars consider the position
of the Moon and the position of the Sun to divide the
year into months and days. The counter-part of LuniSolar calendar is Solar calendar which considers only

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dh fLFkfr;ka iSnk gks ldrh gSaA bLykeh uo o"kZ fgtjh ds vuqlkj Hkh eaxy 'kfu dk ;ksx gksus ls o lw;Z&cq/k&jkgq dk laca/
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t:jr gSA mudh o`f'pd jkf'k ij 'kfu fojkteku gSA mUgsa fojks/k ds nkSj ls xqtjuk iM+sxkA lhekvksa ij pkSdlh fo'ks"k
:i ls c<+kuh iM+sxhA bl o"kZ vusd usrkvksa dks vfXu ijh{kk ds nkSj ls Hkh xqtjuk iM+ ldrk gSA 'kfu] jkgq] eaxy] xq#
dk mik; djus ls ifjfLFkfr;ksa esa ldkjkRed cnyko vk,xk vkSj vfuf'prrk dk okrkoj.k de gksxkA lekt o 'kklu
esa lkSgknZ c<+sxkA ljdkj dh vPNh ;kstuk,a yksxksa rd igqapsxhA dqy feykdj ;g o"kZ vPNk jgsxkA xzgksa dh xfr ls le;
vuqdwy o izfrdwy pyrk gSA usr`Ro ftruk bZekunkj vkSj ln~pfj=k jgsxk] mldk izHkko fuf'pr :i ls ns'k ij iM+sxkA
fo'o esa Hkkjr dh lk[k fuf'pr :i ls c<+sxhA
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THREE ASPECTS OF MOTHER DIVINE


Swami Chinmayananda
Religion without philosophy is superstition.
Philosophy without religion is mere theory. And
nowhere is the wedding of these two as perfect and
enduring as in the great religion of Hinduism.
Religion, everywhere, includes three sections:
the ritualistic forms and symbols, the mythology
and the philosophy. These three are three stages
regular, systematic, measured and graded. In this
light let us view Navaratri, the nine day's Devi Puja
and the glorious end of it all on the tenth day, the
Vijaya Dasami. What do we do in these nine days?
Every house is cleaned, and there is an air of
festivity in the entire village or town. Each house
is converted for these ten days to serve as a temple.
For ten days there is regular pujas, kirtans, songs,
and reading of the spiritual books.
Now what exactly is the procedure? These
nine days are divided into three sections, each three
days; the first three days are dedicated for Durga
or Kali, the second for Lakshmi (the Raja
Rajeshwari) and the last three days for Goddess
Saraswati. The nine days' puja ends in the great
festivity and joy inexpressible, on the tenth day the Dussera Day, the Vijaya Dasami Day. Thus the
ritual, with forms and symbols - "the burning of
the Devil" at the dawn heralds in the Vijaya Dasami,
and the merry laughter and joyous feasting.
What Then Do These Nine Days Of Celebration
Mean?
The first three days we invoke Sri Kali Mata:
Mother Durga. Durga is the "Power Terrible" that
manifested out of the Unmanifested Eternal which
is paripurna, (full or complete in all respects) and
so has in THAT all powers. "Mother Terrible" took
the "form dreadful" to kill and end the rakshasas
(devils) that were roaming about the world of men,
tyrannizing over the faithful, the devoted: the divine
sadhakas (spiritual seekers). This is the story in a
nutshell as we read it in the Puranas. The Puranic
stories are all, Chinmaya repeats, all figurative
voiceless truths of the Upanishads, the Brahma
Sutra and Gita - the great oceans of the highest
philosophies in the world.

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When a jiva on his march has thus purified


himself, and gets recharged with the Daivi sampatti
(the divine wealth), he is a fit adhikari - a fit student
- to be initiated into the philosophical side of
religion. He is told of the supreme Reality, the state
of sat-chit-ananda (absolute Knowledge, absolute
Existence, absolute Bliss, the padvi (state) of
sivoham the becoming of the Lord, the merger of
the jiva to become Mahesvara, the final waking
from this dream of samsara into realization that "I
am the all-pervading knowledge in itself. Pure
existence beyond time, space and causality - where
the experience is I am God". This knowledge is
the last and final stage in the evolution of man.
There the mortal rises to become immortal. Death
has no more stings for him - beyond death, beyond
birth, beyond maddening cruelties of dharma and
adharma, pleasure and pain, heat and cold, success
and failure, love and hatred. The sadhaka drops
his deluded conception "I am a man, devotee", and
realizes, remembers - I am He (Nitya-muktachinmayoham!)
.
The Goddess of Jnana is Devi, Mother
Sarasvati. Her veena is tuned within when the heart
strings are polished off it's clogs - the asuric
sampatti, non-divine traits. In the resulting peace,
the bhakta sees his Lord in the peaceful, purified
within. The soft floating tunes waft from within as
the Lady of the veena passes Her tender fingers
blessingly over thy heart-strings. The Siva bhakta
melts in that music of the within and becomes one
with Siva!
Thus in nine days, in three stages, even the
ignorant is made to go through the right invocations
in their required sequences of worship, and on the
tenth day, make a huge bonfire of the devil, the
samsarin in me - the mortal, who dreamt, and wept
his dreams.
(Excerpts from a letter written by Swami
Chinmayananda to Sri. P.B. Menon and
published in "Glory of the Mother" by Central
Chinmaya Mission Trust, Bombay.)

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pS=k uojkf=k

fof/kor ?kVLFkkiuk ls feysxk


ek dk Hkjiwj vk'khokZn
'kjn uojkf=k ds nkSjku fd;s tkus okys lHkh vuq"Bkuksa
dks pS=k uojkf=k ds nkSjku Hkh fd;k tkrk gSA ?kVLFkkiuk
eq g w r Z vkSj lfU/k iwtk eqgwrZ 'kjn uojkf=k ds nkSjku vf/kd
yksdfiz; gSa] ysfdu bu eqgwrksaZ dk p=k uojkf=k ds nkSjku Hkh
mruk gh egRo gksrk gSA
?kVLFkkiuk uojkf=k ds nkSjku egRoiw.kZ deZdk.Mksa esa
ls ,d gSA blh ls ukS fnu ds mRlo dh 'kq#vkr gksrh gSA
gekjs 'kkL=kksa esa ?kVLFkkiuk ds fy;s fu;eksa vkSj fn'kk funsZ'kksa
dks vPNh rjg ls of.kZr fd;k x;k gSA ?kVLFkkiuk dj
uojkf=k dh 'kq#vkr ,d fuf'pr vof/k ds nkSjku eqgwrZ ns[k
ds gh dh tkuh pkfg;sA ?kVLFkkiuk ls Hkxorh nqxkZ dk
vkoku dj iwtk ds fy;s fuefU=kr fd;k tkrk gSA vr%
?kVLFkkiuk eqgwrZ dk p;u vR;f/kd egkiw.kZ gSA ?kVLFkkiuk
ds fy;s vekoL;k frfFk vkSj jkf=k dk le; fuf"k) gSA
?kVLFkkiuk dk eqgwrZ] izfrink frfFk esa fnu ds igys ,d
frgkbZ Hkkx esa] lcls mi;q gksrk gSA dqN dkj.kksa dh otg
ls ;fn eqgwrZ bl le; miyC/k ugha gS rks ?kVLFkkiuk
vfHkthr eqgwrZ ds nkSjku dh tk ldrh gSA uojkf=k ?kVLFkkiuk
fp=kk u{k=k vkSj oS/k`fr ;ksx ds nkSjku Vkyus dh lykg nh
tkrh gS] ysfdu fp=kk u{k=k vkSj oS/k`fr ;ksx dk fuf"k) ugha
gSA ?kVLFkkiuk dk eqgwrZ fopkj djus ds fy, lcls egRoiw.kZ
dkjd izfrink frfFk vkSj nksigj ls igys dk le; gSA ;s
eqgrw Z fnYyh ds le; ds fglkc ls fudkyk x;k gSA ?kVLFkkiuk
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Holi: March 24, 20016

DON'T REDUCE HOLI TO MERE FESTIVAL OF COLOURS


Holika Dahan Muhurta
Holika Dahan = 23rd March 2016 (Wednesday)
Holika Dahan Muhurta = 18:30 to 20:53
Duration = 2 Hours 22 Mins
Bhadra Punchha = on 22nd, March 23:45 to 01:04
Bhadra Mukha = 01:04 to 03:15
Dhulandi (Rangwali Holi) on 24th, March
Purnima Tithi Begins = 15:12 on 22/Mar/2016
Purnima Tithi Ends = 17:30 on 23/Mar/2016

Significance of Holi
Holi is considered as second biggest festival
on Hindu calendar after Diwali. Holi is also known
as festival of Colors. The festival has deep spiritual
and philosophical significance. So don't reduce it
to mere colours. For most of us, Holi has always
been about fun, frivolity and colours. Very few
know that like all other festivals, Holi too has a
great spiritual-cum-philosophical significance.
Holi is a festival which signifies the win of good
over evil. Ever since the beginning, the good and
the evil have fought for supremacy. Evil has always
tried to curb the goodness. No matter how hard the
evil may try, truth possesses an innate quality to
come out shinning as does the gold from the test
of fire.
We all know the story of Hiranyakashyap and
his son Prahalad and how he tried to kill Prahalad
with the help of his sister Holika. Since then, the
ritual of burning woods to mark the occasion has
continued. On the occasion of Holi, however, we
should not only burn the woods, but also annihilate
our negative traits. We should commit ourselves
to lead the life as has taught to us by various saints
and mystics. We should get rid of hatred, deceit,
dishonesty and discrimination from our lives and
come out pure.
The colours of Holi create multi-coloured
designs on our clothes. We do not try to change
the design, but accept whatever comes our way with
delight and joy. Similarly, let us take this as a
message to love and accept each other. If we are
married, we should stop trying to fight with each
other but accept each other in love. The festival of
Holi should make us introspect and commit
ourselves to burn all our vices and come out pure
and energised. Also, we must try and accept others
as they are and appreciate the goodness of the other,
hence contributing in love, peace and harmony
among all.

Significance of Holika Dahan Timing


According to Hindu scriptures Holika Dahan,
which is also known as Holika Deepak or Chhoti
Holi, should be done during Pradosh Kaal (which
starts after sunset) while Purnimasi Tithi is
prevailing. Bhadra prevails during first half of
Purnimasi Tithi and all good work should be
avoided when Bhadra prevails. If Bhadra prevails
during Pradosh but it ends before midnight then
Holika Dahan should be done after Bhadra is over.
If Bhadra is getting over after midnight then only
Holika Dahan should be done in Bhadra and
preferably during Bhadra Punchha. However one
should avoid Bhadra Mukha and in no condition
Holika Dahan should be done in Bhadra Mukha.
Doing so brings bad luck for the whole year not
only for individuals but for whole city and country.
Many times Bhadra Punchha is not available
between Pradosh and midnight. In such situations
one should do Holika Dahan during Pradosh. In
rare occasions when neither Pradosh nor Bhadra
Punchha is available then one should do Holika
Dahan after Pradosh. Choosing right Muhurta for
Holika Dahan is more important than choosing
right Muhurta for any other festivals. For other
festivals doing puja at wrong time will not bring
puja benefits but doing Holika Dahan at wrong time
would bring suffering and misfortune. Holika
Dahan is referred to Kama Dahanam in South
India.

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VEDIC CULTURE : AS RELEVANT TODAY AS EVER


Stephen Knapp
(Contd...from back issue)
So what is Ayurveda exactly? Literally includes eight major clinical specialties of
translated from Sanskrit it is composed of two medicine namely, (1) Medicine (Kayachikitsa), (2)
words 'Ayus' which means life and 'Veda' which Surgery (Salya Tantra), (3) ENT (Salakya Tantra),
denotes knowledge. So Ayurveda is the knowledge (4) Pediatrics (Kaumatabhritya), (5) Psychiatry
of healthy living and is confined not only to the (Bhutvidya), (6) Toxicology (Agad Tantra), (7)
treatment of diseases. Life is a vast, and an all- Nutrition, rejuvenation and geriatrics (Rasayan
encompassing phenomena, which includes death. tantra), and (8) Sexology and virilization
On one end, life is a celebration of birth, growth, (Vajikarana). This shows what a developed science
child bearing, youth and sexuality; on the other Ayurveda was in ancient times.
end, life also brings forth disease, decay, aging,
"The exact origin of Ayurveda is lost in the
and loss of vigor. Ayurveda is that ancient art and mists of antiquity. Since Panini is placed at 7th
science that helps us understand this very 'life' with century BC and Ayurveda depicts non-Paninian
all its different shades and colors; understand how Sanskrit grammar, it is logical to place Ayurveda
best we can undertake this journey; and how we between 6th -10th Century BC. Tracing the
transition through its different phases, example continuity of Ayurveda, it is natural to look for the
from teenage, to adulthood, to maturity, etc. continuing thread in India's ancient Vedic tradition.
Following the principles of Ayurveda brings about Although the term Ayurveda, does not seem to
a profound understanding of the inner ability to appear in the Vedas, and it appears first in Panini's
have sound body, mind and spirit. From this point
Ashtadhayayi, however, there are positive
of view, Ayurveda is a compendium of life and not
evidences to show that in the Vedic period,
disease. This is a major agenda indeed for any
medicine as a profession was prevalent. The Rig
system of medicine, but can it be any less-Veda and the Atharva Veda both mention that there
especially if true healing has to take place. Perhaps,
were thousands of medical practitioners and
this is exactly why Ayurveda manages to get to the
thousands of medicines. References to Ayurveda
root of the disease that distresses the mind or the
are found as early as the Rig Veda. The three Rig
emotion that ails the body.
"Ayurveda has twin objectives--maintaining Vedic gods Indra, Agni and Soma relate to the three
the health of the healthy, and cure illnesses of the biological humors: Vata, Pitta and Kapha.
diseased. Ayurveda, which is not just a system of References are made of organ transplants as in the
disease and its management, but literally a living case of the artificial limb of queen Vishpala,
dynamic philosophy and manual on the art of daughter of King Khela. The functions of
living, is well fitted to meet its objectives. On one physicians are also described in the Rig Veda.
"Rishi Sushruta, famous Ayurvedic Surgeon,
hand Ayurveda offers treatments like Panchakarma
also
holds
that Ayurveda is a supplement (upanga)
or even surgery for the diseased; and on the other
of
the
Atharva
Veda. While several other sources
hand Ayurveda offers preventative medicine for the
healthy. These include elaborate details for including the famous Hindu epic Mahabharata
following ideal daily and seasonal routines, speak of Ayurveda as an upanga of Atharva Veda;
specialized diets for optimizing health and several other schools of thought hold Ayurveda as
immunity (Ojas), Rasayana Chikitsa (promotive a fifth Veda (Panchamveda). Perhaps Ayurveda
therapy), Vajikarna Chikitsa (aphrodisiac therapy), grew from Atharva Veda first as a branch and then
Swasthavritta (regimen to stay healthy furnishing as a comprehensive vast system deserving it's own
details on topics such as exercise, smoking for status, or it developed parallel to the four Vedas as
an independent knowledge (with close resemblance
health), Sadachar (social hygiene), etc.
"Ayurveda advocates a complete promotive, to the Atharva Veda)."
preventive and curative system of medicine and
(Contd. in next issue)
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5 HEALTHY HABITS THAT CAN ACTUALLY BE HARMFUL


As members of the modern, globalized
society, we are continuously exposed to a variety
of magazine articles, television and radio shows
and other forms of online media that bombard and
often confuse us with contradictory information.
One research report negates what another
confirmed to be proven true, leaving us in quite a
quandary as we seek to form and follow healthy
habits. Now, we see what Ayurveda says:
Ayurveda is a Time-Tested Science
Ayurveda, India's ancient medical system has
been around for 5,000 years, proving as effective
today as it was thousands of years ago. The reason
many of us may not have heard of it is because
Ayurveda was banned for many years by the British
colonists.
Ayurveda's time-tested health-promoting
wisdom sheds light on why the following habits
touted by modern media as healthy can actually
harm us.
Drink Eight Glasses of Water Daily
Ayurveda teaches us to only drink water (or
any other liquid, for that matter) when we are
thirsty-but not otherwise. Excess water intake
(which occurs when we drink beyond our thirst
level) is, in fact, a causative factor for obesity, skin
problems, digestive, and many other health
challenges. If you're actually thirsty enough to
drink 8 glasses, do so. If not, don't.
Make Breakfast Your Biggest Meal
We learn as part of Ayurveda's prescribed
daily routine (called Dinacharya) the importance
of eating lighter at breakfast and dinner, and eating
the most quantity at lunchtime instead. The reason
for this is that Ayurveda follows a natural circadian
rhythm. We are solar powered creatures, and so
we must follow the sun's course in our daily lives
to be abidingly health. We have our greatest
digestive capacity at the time of day when the sun
has fully risen, which happens between 12-1 p.m.,
the time Ayurveda recommends we eat a large
lunch. Having grown up eating larger breakfasts
and dinners, my health and digestion definitely
thank me now for making lunch my heaviest meal.

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Avoid Fat Intake


As a society that has unprecedented rates of
obesity, it is very easy to want to practice avoiding
fat consumption altogether. Modern western and
ancient Ayurvedic medicine both agree that we
actually do need some fat to be healthy, regardless
of how obese we may be-it just must be the right
kind of fat. The fat derived from ghee (clarified
butter), mustard and coconut oils, nuts and
avocados is considered healthy. What Ayurveda
additionally teaches, however, is that these fats can
only increase your health to the extent that you
can digest them.
Make Up For Lost Sleep on Weekends
There is this idea that we can accumulate sleep
debt during the work week and repay it over the
weekend by sleeping in. Having once heavily
subscribed to this belief, I now strive to maintain a
regular sleep pattern, as good sleep habits are
considered one of the three pillars of health,
according to Ayurveda. Try sleeping by 10:30 p.m.
at the latest and awakening no later than 6 a.m.
regularly and you, too, will feel the difference.
Exercise Vigorously Daily, No Matter What
I will proudly raise my hand to tell you I fell
(hard) for this so-called healthy habit, too, and
suffered from all sorts of aches, pains, and cracking
joints as a result. There is no one-size-fits-all
prescription for exercise in Ayurveda-how much,
how long, what kind, when, as well as our own
individual strength are all factors that play
important roles in determining our ideal exercise
habits. A woman should never exercise during her
menstrual cycle and exercise is also contraindicated
when we are ill, infirm, or already completely
exhausted from excess travel, work, study, etc.
Ayurveda's seasonal wisdom teaches us that
we can exercise more vigorously in the winter and
spring months, as we feel physically stronger
during these times. The heat and dryness of summer
and early fall cause very vigorous exercise to
deplete and exhaust us; a gentler routine is
recommended at this time.

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ekfld jkf'kQy 15 ekpZ ls 14 vizSy] 2016 rd


1 es"k Aries pw] ps] pks] yk] yh] yw] ys] yks] vA
dM+h esgur ds ckn gh fo/kkfFkZ;ksa dks izfr;ksfxrk ijh{kk esa
lQyrk feysxhA ysfdu ;g ekl ?kVuk iz/kku jgsxkA lc
dqN vPNk gksrs gq, Hkh vKkr Hk; cuk jgsxk D;ksafd 'kfu
vkSj eaxy vkids vkBosa LFkku esa fojkteku gSaA vPNh vk;
gksus ij Hkh /ku dh deh cuh jgsxhA _.k ysuk iM+sxkA
2 o`"kHk Taurus m] b] ,] vks] ok]oh]ow]os]oksA
bl ekg lkekftd eku lEeku esa o`f) ,oa dk;Z {ks=k esa
lQyrk feysxhA O;kolkf;d {ks=k esa dfBukb;k vk;saxhA
lk>snkjh dk;ksZ esa gkfu lEHkoA LokLF; ds lac/a k esa lkokkfu;k
cjrsaA O;; dh vf/kdrk ds dkj.k Hkh ijs'kkfu;k gksaxhA
xkspj 'kfu dh n`f"V /kuHkko ij gS tks 25 ekpZ ls oh gks
tk;saxsA
3 feFkqu Gemini d] dh] dw] ?k] M] N] ds] dks] gkA
bl ekg dk;Z {ks=k esa cM+k ifjorZu gksuk Hkh lEHko gSA
?kVukvksa dh vf/kdrk jgsaxhA uohu dk;Z izkjEHk gksaxsA
LFkkukarj.k dk ;ksxA mkjk)Z esa vdkj.k gh ikfjokfjd
fookn mRiUu gksaxsA jktdh; dk;ks esa ykHk gksxkA dk;Z {ks=k
esa foLrkj vFkok 'kqHk lekpkj feysxkA LokLF; dh n`f"V ls
dfBu le; gSA
4 ddZ Cancer gh] gw] gs] gks] Mk] Mh] Mw] Ms] MksA
;g ekg dbZ ek;uks esa egRoiw.kZ fl) gksxkA fe=k oxZ ls
lg;ksx feysxkA larku ds dkj.k fpark gksxhA [kkldj L=kh
oxZ ls ykHk dh vk'kkA U;k;ky;h dk;ksZ esa fot; izkIr
gksxhA Hkwfe laca/kh dk;ksZ esa fot; feysxhA eklkar esa tfVy
ifjfLFkfr;ka vkus ds ckotwn vki fLFkfr;ksa ij dkcw ik
tk;saxsA
5 fla g Leo ek] eh] ew] es] eks] Vk] Vh] Vw] VsA
pksjh dk Hk; jgsxkA ekaxfyd dk;ksZ ij O;; gksxkA ;fn
vki vfookfgr gSa rks fj'rs Hkh vk;saxsA uohu dk;Z dk
izkjEHk gksxkA O;kolkf;d ekeyks es rsth vk;sxhA lk>snkjh
dk;ksaZ ls lko/kku jgsaA yEch ;k=kk,a ykHkizn gksaxhA vpkud
dgha ls cM+h izkfIr gks ldrh gSA dqy feykdj ekg la?k"kZiw.kZ
jgsxkA
6 dU;k Virgo Vks] ik] ih]iw] "k] .k] B] is] ihA
mPpkf/kdkfj;ksa dk lg;ksx o lkfUu/; feysxkA bl ekg
ekaxfyd dk;ksZ ij O;; gksxkA yksxks ls lEidZ c<+sxkA dk;Z
{ks=k esa o`f) gksxhA jktdh; dk;ksZ esa lQyrk feysxhA ;fn
csjkstxkj gS rks jkstxkj izkfIr ds volj izkIr gksaxsA dqy
feykdj ekg esa ykHk dh fLrfFk;ka fujarj cuh jgsxhA
,LVkseSfVDl

7 rqyk Libra jjk]k] jh] :] js] jks]rk] rh] rw] rsA


bl ekg lk<+s&lkrh ds dkj.k O;kolkf;d dk;ksZ esa vojks/k
mRiUu gksxa As vkfFkZd raxh ds dkj.k ijs'kku jgsxa As yksdfiz;rk
lkekftd eku lEeku es deh vk;sxhA okgu pykus es
lko/kkuh cjrsaA vk;&O;; dk larqyu fcxM+sxkA fudV
lg;ksxh ds dkj.k Hkh ijs'kkuh gksxhA
8 o` f 'pd Scorpio rks ] uk] uh] uw ] us ] uks ] ;k] ;h] ;w A
bl ekg vkidh jkf'k esa gh 'kfu vkSj eaxy ds dkj.k
ijs'kku jgsaxsA vk; dh vis{kk O;; vf/kd gksxkA jktuSfrd
yksxks ls lEidZ c<+sxkA fdlh vKkr Hk; ds dkj.k ijs'kku
jgsaxsA bl ekg vkidk vf/kdka'k le; vk; o`f) ij
dsfUnzr gksxkA 25 ekpZ ls 'kfu oh gksaxs] blfy, lpsr
jgsaA
9 /kuq Sagittarius ;s ] ;ks ] Hk] Hkh] Hkw ] /kk] Qk] <k] Hks A
lk<+s&lkrh ds ckotwn thou dk cM+k ifjorZu vkidks ns[kus
dks feysxkA ikfjokfjd fookn pje ij gksaxsA ifjokj esa
ekaxfyd dk;Z gksaxsA bl ekg vkidks vR;ar lko/kkuh
cjrus dh vko';drk gS] [kkldj ikfjokfjd ekeyksa esa
vU;Fkk cM+h gkfu lEHkoA fthiu ds dkj.k ijs'kkfu;k
tUe ysrh gSa] vr% /;ku j[ksaA
10 edj Capricorn Hkks ] tk] th] [kh] [kw ] [ks ] [kks ] x] xhA
uohu dk;Z ;kstuk dk izkjEHk gksxkA bl ekg dk;Z O;olk;
esa ykHk dh fLFkfr;k fujarj cuh jgsaxhA thou lafxfu dk
lg;ksx o lkfUu/; feysxkA fe=k oxZ esa vuko';d fookn
Hkh mRiUu gksaxsA larku i{k ls lq[kn lekpkj feysxkA
fe=koxZ vFkok lykgdkjksa dh lykg u ekuus ds dkj.k
gkfu gksxhA
11 dq a H k Aquarius xw ] xs ] xks ] lk] lh] lw ] ls ] lks ] nkA
bl ekg dk;Z O;olk; esa o`f) gksxhA /ku dh fLrfFk vPNh
jgsxhA fpM+fpM+kiu jgsxkA eu esa fpark cuh jgsaxhA
mPpkfkdkfj;ksa dh vuqdEik izkIr gksxhA O;kolkf;d
izfr}af}rk ls izsfjr gksdj dk;Z u djsa vU;Fkk gkfu lEHkoA
mkjk/kZ esa dk;Z{ks=k esa cM+s ifjorZu dh ;kstuk vkids eu esa
jgsaxhA Hkkx nkSM+ dh vf/kdrk jgsxhA
12 ehu Pisces nh] nw] Fk] >] t] ns] nks] pk] phA
dfBu le; gksus ds dkj.k ifjfLFkfr;k fHkUu gksus yxsxhA
dqy feykdj ;g ekg ?kVuk iz/kku jgsxkA Hkze dh fLFkfr;k
cuh jgsaxhA larku ds dkj.k d"V gksxkA utnhdh fj'rksa esa
vuko';d dM+okgV vk;sxhA eklkar esa uohu dk;Z izkjEHk
gksxkA lkekftd eku izfr"Bk esa o`f) gksxhA 'k=kq i{k ds
dkj.k fpfUrr jgsaxsA
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