Worship Devi Through Vishnu Surya Sahasranama 52- 53

Gabhastinemis Sattvasthas Simho BhutaMaheshvarah   |
Adidevo Mahadevo Devesho Devabhridguruh 

Uttaro Gopatir Goptaa Jnanagamyah Puraatanah                    |
ShareeraBhutabhrid Bhoktaa Kapindro Bhuri-Dakshinah ||53||

Sri Vishnu Sahasranama 52-53
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Santana Dharma and Russia Part 1

The roots of Santana Dharma in Russia can be traced back to the 18th century when the Russian Empire expanded towards the south and started to interact with Indian traders and travelers. During this time, the Russian elite showed a keen interest in Indian Vedas, religious texts written in Sanskrit, and started to learn about…

Russian Influence on India,India Part of Bharatha Varsha

According to a research paper by a Russian researcher on the history of the world, it was Russia that gave the Vedas, Vimanas, philosophy, and sciences to the world, not India. The author of the paper suggests that the Vedas were composed in the Arctic, and Shiva and his son Ganesha traveled through the western…


Lakshmi in Pompeii Italy 80 BC

The time of Immigration coincides with the Great Flood mentioned in the Hindu texts and ancient Tamil Classics. The next question is about the people who were present locally when the Immigration took place. I postulate that both belonged to Bharatavarsha,the name the present India. One must remember the landmass was different then.

Devi Mahatmiyam Durga Sapthasati Parayana Procedure

The Devi (mother Goddess) killed Madhu and Kaidabha as Vishnu Maya (Thamasic-base), killed Mahishasura as Lakshmi (Rajashic form-materialistic) and killed Shumbha and Nishumbha in the form of Goddess Saraswathi (Sathvic-spiritual). All the three are combined in this Stotra. It consists of Chapters 74 to 86 (13 chapters) of the Markandeya Purana and has 700 stanzas.

Devi Describes Herself Devi Gita Text English Translation

Devi describes herself in the Srrimad Bhagavatham The seventh canto of the Devi Bhagavatham is called the Devi Gita.. This is the essence of Devi, having been revealed by Herself. There is another sacred Text where the Devi was described at Her bidding is the Lalita Sahasranama. Read my Posts on this..

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