Monday September 16, 2019

Here’s Why Rudraksha is Worn by the Devotees of Lord Shiva!

Rudraksha is related to the Hindu god Shiva and is usually worn for security by his devotees

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These Hindu prayers beads are made out of Rudraksha seeds. Wikimedia
  • Rudraksha is a seed primarily utilized as Hindu prayer beads
  • They are related to the Hindu god Shiva and are worn by his devotees
  • Rudraksha beads are known to shield you from criminals, death, and sudden mishaps

New Delhi, August 4, 2017: Rudraksha is a seed customarily utilized as Hindu prayer beads. The seed is delivered by a few types of evergreen wide-leaved trees in the class Elaeocarpus, with Elaeocarpus citrus being the key species. They are related to the Hindu god Shiva and are usually worn for security by his devotees.

Rudrakshas are basically utilized as a part of India and Nepal as globules for natural gems and malas and are given the same status as semi-valuable stones.

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Rudraksha beads are associated with Lord Shiva. Wikimedia

It is believed that wearing these Hindu prayer beads helps in controlling virility, bp, scholarly improvement, domestic gains, mental peace, solidarity, achievement of success in Business and furthermore helps in remaining calm. Also, devotees believe that it contains all the five components and shields you from criminals and sudden mishaps and death.

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One faced Rudraksha

It has its own importance as it gives all the joy, riches, favorable luck, great life, and fortunes and you will be honored by the blessings of all god and goddess.

Two faced Rudraksha

This will help you in annihilating sins and sicknesses like cancer and diseases related to the left eye, intestine, and kidney. It will help in achieving success in relationships and business and aides in balancing the mind.

Three faced Rudraksha

This is ought to be worn to get freedom from sins. It likewise cures skin related sicknesses. It will likewise get accomplishment in education. This will help you to fulfill and satisfy your wishes.

Four faced Rudraksha

This ought to be worn by engineers, teachers, and doctors or the individuals who are considering this field of calling.

Five faced Rudraksha

This also helps in liberation from sins. This ought to be worn for peace of mind, good well-being, and basically, represents five components. It additionally helps in conquering distress and poverty. It is exceptionally helpful in upgrading wealth, fame, knowledge, and power.

-prepared by Harsimran Kaur of NewsGram. Twitter @Hkaur1025

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Top 3 Most Famous South Indian temples

These temples' architecture is very good. Apart from this, the art in these temples holds great importance

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Temples in South India are decorated with art and paintings. Pixabay

Here is a list of top 3 South Indian temples.

1. Tirupati Tirumala Temple, Lord Vishnu

The Tirupati Temple is one of the most important temples in South India. This Temple is very much popular with all the pilgrims and is located in Chittoor, in the state of Andhra Pradesh. Daily, a lot of pilgrims are visiting this temple from all over India, and also from foreign countries. It is one of the richest temples in India. Every year, crores of rupees are received from the devotees through hundial, and also received from various endowment donations. Nithya annadanam scheme is very much popular in Tirupati. A lot of devotees are consuming good and tasty divine food daily. Hence it is a must to visit this temple, at least once in a year and to offer our prayers, to have annadanam and to offer money based on our financial background, and to get Lord Sree Venkateswara’s divine blessings forever.

2. Ramanatha Swamy Temple, Lord Shiva:

The Ramanatha Swamy temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva and it is situated at Rameswaram.

People are visiting here for doing their ancestral rituals, and it is very famous for that. This is one of the ancient temples of South India. Free food is offered in the temple for more than 100 devotees. Aadi Amavasya, Thai Amavasya and Mahalaya Amavasya pitru rituals are very popular in this temple. We can take a bath from the sacred wells situated inside the temple. It is a must to visit this temple, to get relieved from various sins, and also by clearing our ancestral debts by doing pitru tharpan. Many sites seeing places are also there nearby Rameswaram. We can visit Abdul Kalam Sir’s Memorial also in Rameswaram. Dhanushkodi is the best sightseeing place situated near Rameswaram.

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There are hundreds of temples in South India where people go to worship. Pixabay

3.Virupaksha Temple of Lord Shiva

The virupaksha temple is one of the most famous temple of south India situated at Hampi, Karnataka. This is one of the sacred temples of Lord Shiva and it was established in 7th century AD and also it is one of the oldest temples in India. It is a must to visit this temple since it is surrounded by natural beauty. The temple continues to prosper and attracts huge crowds for the marriage festivities of Virupaksha in the month of December every year.

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(Hindu Council of Australia)