Lalitha Devi Chariot Sri Chakra Raja Ratha Description


The Devathas were being harasses by Bhandasura and the Devas entreated Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva. Lord Shiva in his Form as Maha Sambhu performed a Maha Yaga and Lalitha Devi appeared in the Homa Kunda, Chdagni Kunda-Philosophically speaking from the Chit. Article follows on the Special Homa by Shiva. Lalita Devi appeared in Her Chariot, Sri Chakra Raja Ratha. This is the description by Brahmanda Purana and Lalithaopkyana.

Sarabeswara Astothra Prathyingara Female Narasimha


To cool down Vishnu,(it may be noted that that Vishnu is known for His Calm and Serene demeanor),Lord Shiva , (with the help of Devi) had two wings, Prathyankara and Soolini, the parivaras of Devi. The two wings of the Saraba could not cool down Narasimha, despite the wings fanning Him. Out of Vishnu's anger rose Kandaberunda and it started attacking Shiva. Shiva then ordered Prathyankara to fight.

Puranas As Body Parts Of Vishnu List


Puranas, compiled by Veda Vyasa are said to be the body pats of Lord Vishnu.     Here is the description.   1.Brahma Purana    -  Head   2.Padma Purana        -  Heart.   3.Vishnu Purana         Right Hand.   4.Shiva Purana                Left Hand.   5.Bhagavatha Purana-   Thighs.   6.Naradha Purana-          -Navel.   7.Markandeya Purana- … Continue reading Puranas As Body Parts Of Vishnu List

Is Kanchi Kamakshi a Shakti Peetam


I posted an article on the 18 Shakti Peetams by Adi Shankaracharya and followed it up with a Post on the The Shakti Peetam A Complete List. I received emails that complaining that I have included Kanchi Kamakshi as a Shakti Peeta in my 18 Shakti Peetas Post. On posting The Shakti Peetams Complete List I have received more emails pointing out that I have not included the Kamakshi temple in the Post. A writer who has Publisheda Book on the Shakti Peetams wanted to know the actual position of Kancipuram as a Shakti Peeta. If one notices the complete list of the Shakti Peetas complete list, it will be noticed only Four places in the South have been named as Shakti Peetas. 1. The Bhagavathy temple in Kanyakumari,-This is thought to be situated in Yunnan province, China. 2.Sarvashail or Godavaritir, at Kotilingeswar temple on the banks of Godavari river near Rajamundry. 3. Srisailam in Shriparvat hills under Kurnool district. This is also thought to be in Shri Parvat, near Ladak, Jammu and Kashmir. 4. Shuchi, in a Shiva temple at Suchindrum 11 km on Kanyakumari Trivandrum road This is based on Brahmanda Purana, one of the major eighteen Puranas, it mentions 64 Shakthi Peetha of Goddess Parvati in the Bharat or Greater India including present day India, Bangladesh, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka. According to the manuscript Mahapithapurana (c. 1690 – 1720 CE), there are 52 such places. Among them, 23 are located in the Bengal region, 14 of these are located in what is now West Bengal, India, 1 in Baster (Chhattisgarh), while 7 are in what is now Bangladesh. Rishi Markandeya composed the 'Devi Saptashati' or the seven hundred hymns extolling the virtues of the Divine Goddess at the shaktipeetha in Nashik. The idol is also leaning a little to the left to listen to the sages composition. The Saptashati or the "Durga Stuti" forms an integral part in the vedic form of Shakti worship.

Many Ved Vyasas Contradiction?


Krishnadwaipayana, for the present-Dweedeeya Paraartham,Swetha Varaaha Kalpam,Vaivastha Manvantham,,Kaliyuga,Prathamapdaham. We are now in the Seventh Manvantara,Vaivastha Manvantara. This list is according to Sri Vishnu Purana. Brahmanda Pura’s list of Vyasas differ. Lord Siva is reported to have divulged the list of Vyasas to Lord Brahma.