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Helpful Tips - Worship Of Three Principal Deities For Improving Financial Status & Peaceful Living (155)

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Helpful Tips - Worship Of Three Principal Deities For Improving Financial Status & Peaceful Living (155)
This section Helpful Tips is all about Frequently Arising Questions. Sri Narendra Babu Sharma widely known as Brahmanda Guruji, share the knowledge on general topics and Hindu Sanathana Dharma in his Television Programme - Lakshmi Kataksha, telecasted in Kasthuri Kannada Channel, which i have put in this section. Guruji also share information of knowledge on Vasthu Shastra and lot of Helpful stuffs. Many People have lot of doubts on Hindu Sanathana Dharma, which is also covered in this section.
Please do ask a priest or elders, if you have any doubts in below, who knows very well about our customs and practices and clarify the same.

  • Worship Of Three Principal Deities at Home

    ship Of Three Principal Deities For Improving Financial Status & Peaceful Living
    A caller had asked Brahmanda Guruji, Shri Narendra Babu Sharmaji to get improvement in financial status and peaceful living. His query was Earnings are huge but he is not able to save anything, everything earned goes in some or the other way. Guruji asked all the listeners to follow the below given simple procedure.

    You have to purchase three Hundi's (offering/cash box) for three principal deities.

    The three principal deities are: first is the Grama Devata (the god of the village or town or area you reside), the second is the Kula Devata (deity of his family), and the third is the Ishta Devata (personal deity).

    These three Hundi's should be kept in pooja room in the order of Ishta Devata, Kula Devata and Grama Devata.

    You have to start this procedure on Monday.

    You have to first put pinch of Vibhuti (Sacred ash) in all the Hundi's.

    After dropping Vibhuti, you have to put Silver Coin/Small piece of silver sheet in all the Hundi's.

    The Ishta Devata should be choice of Head of the family (meaning if Son is following this procedure the Ishta Devata should not be of his choice, it should be his Father's choice if he is alive).

    Everyday offer flowers favorable to respective deities and offer your prayers.

    You have to put Rs.11/- or Rs.101/- or Rs.1001/- in all the three hundi's everyday or weekly once or every 15 days once or once in every month depending on your choice. If you start with Rs.11/- follow the same everytime for the time frame chosen by you.

    You have to visit once or twice a year and offer any seva with the amount collected in the Hundi's to respective deity temples i.e. offer seva to Ishta Devata Temple, Kula Devata Temple and Grama Devata Temple.

  • Pechiamman Temple, Kodumudi

    Pechiamman Temple, Kodumudi
    Kalidasa was born as a stammering and brainless Brahmin boy. One of the most commonly quoted stories about Kalidasa is an incident where he sits on the branch of the tree that is trying to cut. While many people laugh at him, one passerby takes pity on him and warns him that he is going to fall down if he continues cutting that branch. And true, Kalidasa fell. After falling, he quickly ran to that passerby and praised him for being such a great astrologer. Was that sheer intelligence?

    The princess of the kingdom where Kalidasa lived was known to be a very learned women, who haughtily rejected many suitors after she defeated them in philosophical debates. Some of her suitors were very learner scholars themselves and wanted to teach the princess a lesson for being so haughty. When they heard about the stupid Kalidasa, they decided to masquerade him as a learned pundit and impress the princess. But Kalidasa was to keep his mouth shut all the time.

    The princess was told that a great guru was seeking to debate with her. But since he was on a silence vow, his disciples would interpret his sign language. The princess also decided to use sign language. She showed one finger up – indicating the principle of Advaita and one Brahman. Kalidasa was stupid. He thought she meant “I will poke your eye”. He raised two fingers thinking “I will poke both your eyes”. The so-called disciples interpreted thus “Though there is only one God, the Jivatma and the Paramatma are different. They are realized by people in different stages of spiritual development.” The princess was impressed. In a similar fashion, when the princess lifts her palm up indicating that this sristi is made of the five elements – air, water, fire, earth and sky, Kalidasa thinks “She is going to slap me. Let me punch her”, and he shows a fist. The thrilled interpreters translate this into “Even though the universe is made up of the five elements, during pralayam, everything that is manifested, merges into the Brahman”. The princess was impressed with Kalidasa’s scholarship and immediately fell at his feet. Kalidasa continued to remain silent and he found himself married to this beautiful princess very soon. Not until after the marriage did the princess realize how she had been fooled. She insulted Kalidasa and cried in pity for herself. Kalidasa was deeply hurt when his wife insulted him thus, and sadly he left the palace to kill himself. But when he went to the river to drown, he saw how the stones were eroded by the river. He realized that if the river could erode something as hard as stone, then Mother KaLi could easily erode his ignorance.

    When he went to the temple, he found that the idol was barren and lifeless – Kali was on rounds in the city. Kalidasa was very sad and he hid inside the temple and locked the doors. When Kali returned, she could not get into the temple. Kalidasa asked her to first give him some wisdom before he would let her in. Even though she tried coaxing him to let her in first, he was not going to do that yet, because he knew if he let her in first, Kali would run and hide in her idol and not come out ever until Kalidasa stops asking for wisdom. (Kalidasa’s innocence is portrayed here). Instead, he asked her to write something on his tongue (the tongue is where Saraswati – the Goddess of Knowledge- resides), so that he becomes wise. Kali decided to write “OM” on his tongue. He was instantly transformed to the wise Kalidasa and he wished to spread this wisdom and eternally remain the servant of KaLi, and hence adopted the name.

    This is where Mahakavi Kalidoss attained knowledge from Goddess Malaiyamman. There is a shrine of Pechiamman also in the same temple for curing ENT diseases. Mahakavi Kalidoss is also said to have performed pariharam here to wash out the curses of his previous birth and recover the knowledge gained by him earlier.

    Kodumudi is situated in the Erode – Trichy train route and is about 40 Kms from Erode and 25 kms from Karur. It is surrounded by Dharapuram, Thiruchengode, Namakkal and Thiruppur towns.


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