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Posted June 19, 2017
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Maha kali is one of the goddess Durga’s (the concert of Lord Shiva and the destroyer in Hindu Trinity) fierce forms. The general image of Maha Kali has a garland of skulls and a protruded tongue carrying deadly weapons and generating terror in the evil and wicked people. However, Kali Maata is so merciful and benign to her worshipers and she safeguards them from all the harm granting success and prosperity.
The Kali incarnation’s ultimate purpose is to destroy the demons and evildoers whom even gods cannot kill. She is unbeatable and could pose a serious threat to the wicked and powerful demons. As Maha Kali emanated in response to the prayers of sages and gods, all the gods have given their weapons and powers to Maha Kali to assist her in her divine mission. So, the power of Maha Kali is beyond the power of anyone and cannot even be compared. She could just easily defeat the demons in no time and save devotees from all harms.
It is quite difficult to find happiness these days as problems often plague the lives of the people in one way or the other. In such scenario, you need to stay firm and put your faith in the Maha Kali Mantra. It will help you to get rid of all the problems in your life as soon as possible.
The other name of Maha Kali is Parashakti or the highest power that has created the universe, protects and destroys it ultimately. So, she represents all the 3 divine acts together. The Maha Kali Mantra is very easy to learn, very powerful and very simple to chant. It contains the seed or Beej sound and thus can generate positive vibrations installing courage, hope and confidence in the chanters’ minds.
The following is the main Maha Kali Mantra you should recite. By adding a Beej mantra in front of it, it can be made more powerful.
The chanters must be extremely careful while chanting mantras with seed since the mispronunciation will reverse the results. It is recommended that you learn chanting this mantra from a highly proficient person once and then you start chanting it. Also, there are few dedicated online sources that can guide you with pronounciation assisted by an audio version.
When you are burdened with misery and hopelessness, this mantra will give you balance, skill, knowledge, courage and confidence to fight the problems with much ease. You will come to know that you are filled with positive energy to be able to face the challenges so courageously and confidently without feeling let down.
Those who are looking for change of careers, promotions, career advancements and jobs can get hugely benefited from this mantra. Fix a proper time regularly without missing out for the purpose of chanting this mantra. Chant this mantra by sitting diligently with devotion meditating on the amiable form of Maha Kali. You will observe the results coming to you from nowhere. Chant this mantra together with your partner if you want your love life to succeed.
Sit with your family members and chant this mantra to achieve success, prosperity and peace for all the persons in the family. Maha Kali is easily pleased and is so merciful. To win her grace, you need not go through strict austerities. “Developing unshakable faith in the powers of Maha Kali” is the most important thing to do while chanting this mantra.
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Posted June 15, 2017
Edited June 15, 2017 by Naresh Konda
Karmanye vadhikaraste is the starting line and most popular in Bhagavad Gita’s chapter-2 verse-47. Bhagavad Gita is not just a book with loads of text but provides solutions and guidance to human’s life problems and equips you in improving horizon of knowledge and build a courage to live in any part of the world with confidence. It is experienced by many followers of the Bhagavad Gita readers that if you read and understand one sloka of the Bhagavad Gita per day then you will be away from all the sadness and get enlightened.
As the saying goes “No Pain No Gain”, which means when you are expecting some gains from an activity then definitely you must put 100 percent efforts on it to achieve gains from it. In contrast, the below sloka or verse goes like this:
“Karmanye vadhikaraste Ma Phaleshu Kadachana,Ma Karma Phala Hetur Bhur Ma Te Sango Stv Akarmani”
Some people write Karmanye vadhikaraste as one word Karmanyevadhikaraste, both are accepted. The latter is used because it is appeared like that in the original sloka. But for an easy understanding of the reader I am emphasizing with two words.
The above sloka or verse means:
You have every right to work but not expecting the fruits out of it.Let the focus be not on the fruits and never be inactive.
The line actually is a combination of Karmaya+eva+adhikara+te
Understanding each word of Sloka, Karmanye Vadhikaraste..
The above sloka/verse was a message given by Lord Krishna to Arjuna during the war time of the Mahabharata. Arjuna denies to fight against his opponents, who are none other than his relatives like uncles, cousins and other beloved ones being under the impression says to Lord Krishna that what will I get by killing my own relatives, just a piece of land, I will not commit a sin by killing them. Instead of killing them Arjuna prefers him to be killed by them in the war. At this moment, Lord Krishna delivers this message (i.e., the above sloka) to warrior Arjuna making him know what is his duty:
Lord Krishna says to Arjuna that your duty is to fight in the war and you have to fight. No matter whether you win or lose, but you have to fight to fulfill your duty. You don't worry about the end result of the war, just perform your duty well and leave the rest to almighty. Even if you are killed and die in the war, you will go to heaven because you have performed your duty well.
Lord Krishna also tells to Arjuna that you should never let the result be the motive of your action. In this context, fight refers to action and win or lose refers to the result or fruit. Ultimately, the inference is be neutral if you win or your opponent wins. Consistently focus on your duties and not on the output on the duties.
I want to take an example of a student in connection to the above verse
The duty of a student is to learn the subjects and gain knowledge. A student must not study for the sake of just passing the exams but has to acquire the subject comprehensively so that he/she can excel in that area in whatever way it comes. So, a student has to learn things without thinking about will he/she pass or fail in exam. If a student studies keeping in mind whether he/she will pass or fail in the exam then nothing stores in the brain subjectively, this may result in the performance issues aftermath the examination and chances are there student may lose the ability to understand the concepts learned before exams. So, it is better to follow the verse explained in the Bhagavad Gita and flourish in the world of knowledge.
One more example to highlight on Selflessness:
Under some circumstances, we help others either financially or on the grounds of the humanity without expecting the help in return, this is called as Selflessness. According to Bhagavad Gita, it is believed that if you help someone without expecting something in return then you will be rewarded by something good in some form. In reference to the above verse, helping refers to duty and getting reward is the fruit.
Be indifferent and do things differently with the knowledge you have gained. This can be performed only when you practice things consistently and explore the subject knowledge. When you do things rightly then the end result will be rewarded in some form or the other, never do things for the sake of rewards because it will confine your pathway to bigger success ahead. Learning a new verse from Bhagavad Gita on a daily basis and implementing in one’s life will yield good result and drives you to God Consciousness.
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Posted June 15, 2017
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