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Ashirvaad (Blessing) by Shri Krishna



divyam jnanam yato dadyat
kuryat papasya sankshayam |
tasmad dikseti sa prokta
desikais tattva-kovidaih ||

“The process that bestows divyam jnanam (transcendental spiritual knowledge) and destroys sin , is called ‘Diksha’ by the spiritual persons who have seen the Truth (desikais tattva-kovidaih).”

Sreemadh Bhagvad Gita


Through Mantra-Diksha, the Guru rekindles the dormant powers of the aspirant. Diksha is composed of two syllables, ‘Diksha’, ‘Di’ and ‘ksha’. ‘Di’, means what is given or the person capable of bestowing divine grace. And ‘ksha’ means one who is capable of assimilating. On one side is the benediction of the one (The Guru) who is capable of imparting the Lord’s grace and on the other hand is the assimilating capability of the aspirant. The combination of these two is Diksha. When the Guru initiates His disciple with the mantra, He also bestows His sensitive power of intuition and empowers the disciple with His ‘sankalpa’ (benign resolve) as well. When a farmer sows seeds in his farm, a stranger cannot tell whether the seeds are sown. But slowly and surely, when the seeds are watered and nurtured, they gradually sprout forth and only then there is proof that seeds were sown. Similarly, we are unaware of what is imparted unto us at the time of Mantra-Diksha. But when we water that seed in the form of spiritual practices and devotion, the hallowed grace of Mantra-Diksha does sprout forth.

Diksha is of three kinds: Shambhavi-Diksha, Mantra-Diksha and Sparsh-Diksha. Shambhavi-Diksha is given through a glance as Shukdev Muni gave to king Parikshit on the fifth day of the seven-day long narration of the holy Srimad Bhagwat. Sparsh-Diksha is given through sparsh. Mantra-Diksha is given through a mantra. The greater the spiritual elevation of the Guru, the more effective is the mantra given by him. If an ignorant illiterate man tells you to chant ‘Rama’, it will not benefit you so much. But the same ‘Rama’ coming from the mouth of a God-realized Saint like Ramanandji (The Sadguru of Kabirji), becomes a powerful mantra. Kabirji performed japa of the mantra with faith and devotion and became accomplished. The mantra was the same ‘Rama’ but in this case the inner self of the Guru was perfect with enlightenment.

If a peon says something, it does not carry much weight. But if the same thing is uttered by the Prime Minister, then it becomes very effective. The mantra given by Saints of great spiritual accomplishment delivers us when practised with faith and devotion. Mantra = manan (reflection) + antar (in heart); that which is to be reflected upon in the heart. Alternatively, mantra = mann (the mind) + tarr (deliver), that which delivers the mind from samsara.

The smaller the mantra given at the time of Mantra-Diksha, the more rhythmic its recital and the more convenient and propitious it is for the aspirant. This leads him fast on the track of spiritual progress.

Naradji was a Saint who was completely un-attached to any community or sect. His prime concern was the welfare of anyone coming in contact with him. Those who have the welfare of others close to their hearts, are ‘Lok Sants’ (Universal Saints). When Naradji initiated the robber, Valia, the mantra had a longer ‘Ra’ and a shorter ‘ma’, and ‘ma’ preceded the ‘Ra’. Valias, life-force was in the lower centres of the subtle body. Naradji gave the mantra knowing fully well that japa of ‘maRa’ would produce vibrations in those centers and gradually he would reach the higher centres without fail. He blessed Valia with Shambhavi-Diksha as well, thus transmitting his own spiritual energy unto him. Valia started japa of ‘maRa’ in right earnest.

Gradually his Kundalini was awakened with the japa becoming more and more rhythmic, and thus the robber was transformed into Valmiki Rishi.

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Shrimadh Bhagawad Gita

tad viddhi pranipatena pariprasnena sevaya |
upadeksyanti te jnanam jnaninas tattva-darsinah ||

Just try to learn the truth by approaching a spiritual master. Inquire from him submissively and render service unto him. The self-realized soul can impart knowledge unto you because he has seen the truth. (Chapter4, Sloka 34)

Shri Guru Gita

By the glory of Guru Diksha, all your actions bear fruit. By the attainment of a Guru one attains everything. One without a Guru is mere fool. (102)

To the person who has the Guru Mantra on his tongue, all acts become fruitful but not for others. By the power of initiation disciples attains success in all actions. (133)

Those who are averse to Guru Diksha (initiation) will never know the Supreme Truth. Without this knowledge, they are like animals. (191)


भगवान श्रीकृष्ण उद्धवजी से कहते हैं :

एवं गुरुपासनयैकभक्त्या विद्याकुठारेण शितेन धीरः |
विवृश्च्य जीवाशयमप्रमत्तः सम्पद्य चात्मानमथ त्यजास्त्रम ||

‘ उद्धव ! तुम इस प्रकार गुरुदेव की उपासनारूप अनन्य भक्ति द्वारा अपने ज्ञान की कुल्हाड़ी को तीखी कर लो और उसके द्वारा धैर्य एवं सावधानी से जीवभाव को काट डालो | फिर परमात्मस्वरूप होकर उस वृत्तिरूप अस्त्रों को भी छोड़ दो और अपने अखंड स्वरूप में ही स्थित हो रहो |’

(श्रीमदभागवत : ११.१२.२४)

Shri mad Aadya Shankaracharya

यदि शरीर रूपवान हो, पत्नी भी रूपसी हो और सत्कीर्ति चारों दिशाओं में विस्तृत हो, मेरु पर्वत क तुल्य अपार धन हो किन्तु गुरु क श्रीचरणों में यदि मन आसक्त न हो तो इन सारी उपलब्धियों से क्या लाभ ?

Shri Raman Mahirshi

सदगुरू क चरणों में बैठने से जो बल मिलता हैं उससे सभी वृत्तियाँ स्वकेन्द्रित होकर स्थिर हो जाती हैं | इसलिए शास्त्र कहते हैं की यथाक्रम प्राप्त किए गुरु क अनुग्रह से ही आत्मा का दर्शन किया जान सकता हैं | दूसरे किसी भी प्रकार क सामर्थ्य से उसका दर्शन नहीं किया जान सकता हैं |

Ramakrishna Paramhansa

गुरु सच्चिदानान्द्स्वरूप हैं |गुरु क वचन पर विश्वास होना चाहिए | यदि तुम गुरुवाक्य पर बालक की भाँति विश्वासकरो तो तुम भगवान को पा जाओगे |

Swami Vivekananda

Every soul is destined to be perfect, and every being, in the end, will attain the state of perfection. Whatever we are now is the result of our acts and thoughts in the past; and whatever we shall be in the future will be the result of what we think end do now. But this, the shaping of our own destinies, does not preclude our receiving help from outside; nay, in the vast majority of cases such help is absolutely necessary. When it comes, the higher powers and possibilities of the soul are quickened, spiritual life is awakened, growth is animated, and man becomes holy and perfect in the end.

This quickening impulse cannot be derived from books. The soul can only receive impulses from another soul, and from nothing else. We may study books all our lives, we may become very intellectual, but in the end we find that we have not developed at all spiritually. It is not true that a high order of intellectual development always goes hand in hand with a proportionate development of the spiritual side in Man. In studying books we are sometimes deluded into thinking that thereby we are being spiritually helped; but if we analyse the effect of the study of books on ourselves, we shall find that at the utmost it is only our intellect that derives profit from such studies, and not our inner spirit. This inadequacy of books to quicken spiritual growth is the reason why, although almost every one of us can speak most wonderfully on spiritual matters, when it comes to action and the living of a truly spiritual life, we find ourselves so awfully deficient. To quicken the spirit, the impulse must come from another soul.

The person from whose soul such impulse comes is called the Guru — the teacher; and the person to whose soul the impulse is conveyed is called the Shishya — the student. To convey such an impulse to any soul, in the first place, the soul from which it proceeds must possess the power of transmitting it, as it were, to another; and in the second place, the soul to which it is transmitted must be fit to receive it. The seed must be a living seed, and the field must be ready ploughed; and when both these conditions are fulfilled, a wonderful growth of genuine religion takes place. “The true preacher of religion has to be of wonderful capabilities, and clever shall his hearer be” ; and when both of these are really wonderful and extraordinary, then will a splendid spiritual awakening result, and not otherwise.

Religion, which is the highest knowledge and the highest wisdom, cannot be bought, nor can it be acquired from books. You may thrust your head into all the corners of the world, you may explore the Himalayas, the Alps, and the Caucasus, you may sound the bottom of the sea and pry into every nook of Tibet and the desert of Gobi, you will not find it anywhere until your heart is ready for receiving it and your Guru has come. And when that divinely appointed Guru comes, serve him with childlike confidence and simplicity, freely open your heart to his influence, and see in him God manifested. Those who come to seek truth with such a spirit of love and veneration, to them the Lord of Truth reveals the most wonderful things regarding truth, goodness, and beauty.

Swami Shivanand

From a doctor, you get a prescription. From two doctors, you get consultation. From three doctors, you get your own cremation. Even so, if you have many Gurus, you will be bewildered. You will be at a loss to know what to do. One Guru will tell you: “Do Soham Japa.” Another will tell you: “Do Japa of Sri Ram.” A third Guru will tell you: “Hear Anahata sounds.” You will be puzzled. Stick to one Guru and follow his instructions.

Listen to all, but follow one. Respect all, but adore one. Gather knowledge from all, but adopt the teachings of one Master. Then you will have rapid spiritual progress.

Spiritual knowledge is a matter of Guru-Parampara. It is handed down from Guru to his disciple. Gaudapadacharya imparted Self-knowledge to his disciple Govindacharya; Govindacharya to his disciple Sankaracharya; Sankaracharya to his disciple Suresvaracharya. Matsyendranath imparted knowledge to his disciple Gorakhnath; Gorakhnath to Nivrittinath; Nivrittinath to Jnanadeva. Totapuri imparted knowledge to Sri Ramakrishna, and Ramakrishna to Swami Vivekananda. It was Ashtavakra who moulded the life of Raja Janaka. It was Gorakhnath who shaped the spiritual destiny of Raja Bhartrihari. It was Lord Krishna who made Arjuna and Uddhava get themselves established in the spiritual path when their minds were in an unsettled state.

A Bhakta will be initiated by a Bhakta saint in the path of devotion. A Jnani will initiate a student of Vedanta in the Mahavakyas. A Hatha Yogi or Raja Yogi can initiate another in his particular path. But, a sage of perfect Realisation, a Purna Jnani or Purna Yogi, can give initiation in any particular path. A sage or saint like Sri Sankara or Madhusudhana Sarasvati can initiate a Sadhaka, in any particular path for which the aspirant is fit. The Guru will find out by close study of the aspirant his tastes, temperaments and capacity, and decide for him the most suitable path. If his heart is impure, the teacher will prescribe selfless service for a number of years. Then the Guru will find out for what particular path the student is fit and initiate him in that.

Just as you can give an orange to a man, so also, spiritual power can be transmitted by one to another. This method of transmitting spiritual powers is termed Sakti-Sanchara. In Sakti-Sanchara, a certain spiritual vibration of the Satguru is actually transferred to the mind of the disciple.

Spiritual power is transmitted by the Guru to the proper disciple whom he considers fit for Sakti-Sanchara. The Guru can transform the disciple by a look, a touch, a thought or a word or willing.

Sakti-Sanchara comes through Parampara. It is a hidden mystic science. It is handed down from the Guru to the disciple. A disciple of Samartha Ramdas transmitted his power to that dancing girl’s daughter who was very passionate towards him. This disciple gazed at her and gave her Samadhi. Her passion vanished. She became very religious and spiritual.

Swami Akhandanand Saraswati

A medical student is required to do residency under the guidance of experienced doctor even after he/she has completed the studies from medical school; A law graduate needs to practice law under the guidance of an expert advocate; similarly in order to meet God, to move forward on this unknown path, one needs to take the help of somebody who knows the path very well.

God is such an object, Truth is such an object which can be seen with eyes, smelled with nose and also tasted with tongue. That which is not a subject of physical senses, and that which keeps control over the sensory organs & mind, is your eternal soul or Atman. No sense organ has the power to reverse its nature to focus on your inner self.

The Guru opens the door to our sixth sensory organ. He bestows us with the eye that can see the inner self, and the energy which can show us the Atman-Parmatman(i.e. the soul & the supreme soul). This means Guru bestows the God to the disciple, and the disciple accepts and digests that. The syllable “di” of the word diksha means bestowal of God and “ksha” means the energy to digest. This is how the word diksha is made. Diksha means to bestow & to digest. Bestowed by Guru & digested by the disciple.

The one who does not have a Guru does not have a true well-wisher. Are you one of those who do not have someone to guide in this life & life beyond death and to show the righteous way to help ownself & others? In that case you are very helpless. Do you think that you are so brilliant and are so proud of your intelligence that you do not consider anybody more knowledgeable than you? Brother! This is the limit of self-pride!

There are many types of diksha: by seeing with eyes (drishtipaat), by making a pledge (sankalpa), by touching with hands & by giving mantra. The type of diksha depends on capability. What is this capability? The capability of a disciple is faith and the capability of the Guru is affection. As a child is born when a bride & bridegroom unite with each other, similarly with the union of faith & affection a special kind of will-power develops in life and an appropriate Ishta (form of God, may be Vishnu, Shiva, Durga etc.), mantra & spiritual practice gets decided for you so that you do not change that. Otherwise you will keep listening different things from different people and the person who is good in praising will sing songs of his Ishta & mantra, thus you will then desire to do the same. Sometimes you will go for ‘Yoga’ & at other times for ‘Vipashyana’, sometimes you will read ‘Vedanta’and at other times you will worship ‘Shri Ramakrishna’, sometimes you will go for God with form and at other times for form-less God.

Getting married to the first likeable man/woman means that there be only one man/woman in our life. Similarly, taking a mantra means – there be only one dedication, mantra & Ishta in our life.

Remember one more thing. Dedication alone arises the will-power. It alone makes one a devotee. It alone makes ones mind stable forever. God is something which is in complete equilibrium. When our mind also reaches equilibrium then both the objects in equilibrium become united.

Therefore, the Guru gives us stability & sincere dedication in our Ishta, meditation, worship & mantra, and He also gives us whatever we desire. The Guru is all capable of giving & making others give. I say that all those who do not have a Guru are very unfortunate.

Listen, even when one wants to gamble he needs someone to teach him gambling; if one wants to murder someone then also guidance of an experienced person is required; and then it is surprising that how you expect to complete your journey on this road to attain God, devotion & spiritualism without the guidance of a Guru.

Guru not only gives you mantra, tells you about spiritual practices, enables you decide your Ishta, but also rectifies the mistakes that you make. Please do not mind & I’ll tell you something: “God is everything, therefore the means to attain God is also everything.”

God can be attained in all countries, at all times, in all objects, in all persons & in all actions. It is just that you could not find someone who can teach you to recognize God and that is why you’ve not been able to realize God. Therefore, diksha is a very important part of not only spiritualism but part of life also. Life without diksha is equivalent to life of an animal.



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॥ ॐ श्रीमद देवी भागवतम ॥

Srimad Devi Bhagavatam Sri Devi Puranam

The Srimad Devi Bhagavatam, also known as Devi Purana, was composed into 12 chapters, containing 18000 verses by the great Veda Vyasa. Though classified as an upa-purana it is the only purana Vedavyasa called “Maha Purana” meaning the great purana. At the end of each chapter of the 18 main puranas or the upa puranas is the verse “This is the end of the fifth section of the Vishnu Purana”, or “Thus ends the first chapter of Ganesha Purana Upasanakhanda called “The Description of Somakanta”. Where as in the Devi Bhagavatam it is clearly – “Thus ends the eighth chapter of the first Skandha in the Mahapurâna Srimad Devî Bhâgavatam of 18,000 verses by Maharsi Vedavyâsa”. The choice of words by the great rishis is obvious as Divine Mother is described in all major sastras as the one beyond and above the trinities and all Gods.

What is Srîmad Bhâgavat is to the Vaisnavas, the Devî Bhâgavatam is to the Saktas.


1-12 Skandhas or Books


Chapter I – On the questions by S’aunaka and other Risis.

” II – On the question by S’aunaka and other Risis.

” III – On praising the Purânas and on each Vyâsa of every Dvâpara Yuga

” IV – On the excellency of the Devî

” V – On the narrative of Hayagrîva

Chapter VI – On the preparation for war by Madhu Kaitabha

” VII – On the praise of the Devî

” VIII – On deciding who is to be worshipped

” IX – On the killing of Madhu Kaitabha

” X – On S’iva’s granting boons

Chapter XI – On the birth of Budha

” XII – On the birth of Pururavâ

” XIII – On Urvas’î and Pururavâ

” XIV – On the birth of S’uka Deva and on the duties of householders

” XV – On the dispassion of S’uka and the instructions of Bhagavatî to Hari

Chapter XVI – On S’uka’s desiring to go to Mithilâ to see Janaka

” XVII – On S’uka’s self-control 

” XVIII – On Janaka’s instructions to S’uka Deva 

” XIX – On S’uka’s marriage

” XX – On Vyâsa doing his duties


Chapter I – On the birth of Matsyagandhâ 

” II – On the birth of Vyâsa Deva 

” III – On the curse on the river Gangâ

” IV – On the birth of the Vasus

” V – On the marriage of Satyavatî

Chapter VI – On the birth of the Pândavas

” VII – On shewing the departed ones

” VIII – On the extinction of the family of Yadu and on the anecdote of Parîksit

” IX – On the account of Kuru

” X – On the death of Parîksit

Chapter XI – On the Sarpa Yajña

” XII – On the birth of Âstika 


Chapter I – On the questions put by Janamejaya

” II – On Rudrâs going towards the heavens on the celestial car

” III – On seeing the Devî

” IV – On the hymns to the Devî

” V – On chanting hymns by Hara and Brahmâ

Chapter VI – On the powers of the Devî

” VII – On creation

” VIII – On Gunas

” IX – On the characteristics of the Gunas

” X – On the anecdote of S’atyavrata

Chapter XI – On the Devî in the anecdote of S’atyavrata 

” XII – On the Ambâ Yajña

” XIII – On the Devî Yajña

” XIV – On the glories of the Devî 

” XV – On the fight between Yudhâjit and Vîrasena 

Chapter XVI – On Yudhâjit’s going to the hermitage of Bharadvâja

” XVII – On the story of Vîsvâmitra

” XVIII – On Svayambara of the daughter of the king of Benares

” XIX – On the marriage

” XX – On the Svayambara Hall

Chapter XXI – On the king of Benares fulfilling the advice of his daughter

” XXII – On S’udarsana’s marriage

” XXIII – On killing the enemy of S’udars’an

” XXIV — On the installation of Durgâ Devî in Benares

” XXV – On the installation of the Devî in Ayodhâ and Benares

Chapter XXVI – On the Navarâtri

” XXVII – On worshipping the virgins

” XXVIII – On incidents connected with Navarâtri

” XXIX – On the stealing of Sîtâ

” XXX – On Râma’s performing the Navarâtra ceremony


Chapter I – On the questions put by Janamejaya regarding Krisna’s incarnation

” II – On the supremacy of the effects of Karma

” III – On the previous curse of Vasudeva

” IV – On Adharma

” V – On the dialogues of Nara Nârâyana

Chapter VI – On the origin of Urvas’î 

” VII – On Ahamkâra

” VIII – On going to the Tîrthas

” IX – On the fight between the Risis and Prahlâda

” X – On the curse on Visnu by Bhrigu

Chapter XI – On S’ukra’s going to Mahâdeva to get the Mantra

” XII – On Bhrigu’s curse and the dialogue between S’ukrâchârya and the Daityas

” XIII – On cheating the Daityas 

” XIV – On the Daitya’s getting back their Sukrâchârya

” XV – On the truce between the Daityas and the Devâs

Chapter XVI – On the birth of the several Avatâras of Visnu 

” XVII – On the the questions asked by Janamejaya 

” XVIII – On the Devî Earth’s going to the Heavens

” XIX – On chanting the hymns to the Devî 

” XX – On Devakî’s marriage 

Chapter XXI – On the killing of the sons of Devakî 

” XXII – On the part incarnations of the several Devas 

” XXIII – On the birth of S’rî Krisna 

” XXIV — On the stealing away of Pradyumna 

” XXV – On the Devî’s Highest Supremacy 


Chapter I – On the superiority of Rudra over Visnu 

” II – On the birth of the Dânava Mahisa 

” III – On the Daitya armies getting ready 

” IV – On the war counsels given by Indra 

” V – On the defeat of the Dânava forces of Mahisa 

Chapter VI – On the Deva Dânava fight 

” VII – On the going of the Devas to Kailâsa 

” VIII – On the description of the origin and the Form of the Devî 

” IX – On the worship by the gods to the Devî 

” X – On the messenger’s news to Mahisa 

Chapter XI – On Tâmrâ’s fighting with the Devî 

” XII – On the cabinet held by Mahisa 

” XIII – On the killing of Vâskala and Durmukha 

” XIV – On the killing of Tâmra and Chiksura 

” XV – On the slaying of Vidâlâksa and Asilomâ 

Chapter XVI – On the conversation between the Devî and Mahisa 

” XVII – On Mandodarî’s accounts 

” XVIII – On the killing of Mahisa 

” XIX – On the hymns to the Devî 

” XX – On the peace of the world 

Chapter XXI – On the conquest of the Heavens by S’umba and Nis’umbha 

” XXII – On praising the Devî 

” XXIII – On the prowess of Kaus’ikî 

” XXIV — On Dhûmralochana 

” XXV – On Dhûmralochana killed 

Chapter XXVI – On Chanda Munda killed 

” XXVII – On the fight of Raktabîja 

” XXVIII – On the Devî’s fighting 

” XXIX – On the killing of Raktabîja 

” XXX – On the killing of Nis’umbha 

Chapter XXXI – On the death of S’umbha 

” XXXII – On the king Suratha’s going to the forest 

” XXXIII – On the greatness of the Devî 

” XXXIV – On the worship of the Devî 

” XXXV – On the King Suratha’s getting the boons and on the Vais’ya’s Samâdhi 


Chapter I – On Tris’ira’s austerities 

” II – On the birth Vritrâsura 

” III – On the Deva defeat and on Vritra’s tapasyâ 

” IV – On the defeat of the Devas by Vritra 

” V – On praising the Devî 

Chapter VI – On Vritrâsura slain 

” VII – On Indra’s disguise in the Mânas Lake 

” VIII – On S’achî’s praising the Devî 

” IX – On Indra’s getting the fruits of Brahmahatyâ and on the downfall of king Nahusa 

” X – On the phase of Karma 

Chapter XI – On the Dharma 

” XII – On the war between Âdi and Baka 

” XIII – On the above fight 

” XIV – On the birth of Vas’istha from Mitrâ Varuna 

” XV – On Nimi’s getting another body and on the Haihayas 

Chapter XVI – On the Haihaya and the Bhârgavas 

” XVII – On the continuance of Bhrigu’s family 

” XVIII – On the origin of the Haihayas 

” XIX – On the Haihayas born of a mare 

” XX – On the son born of a mare by Hari 

Chapter XXI – On the installation of Ekavîra 

” XXII – On stealing away Ekâvali 

” XXIII – On the war between Haihaya and Kâlaketu 

” XXIV — On Viksepa S’akti 

” XXV – On the cause of Moha of Vyâsa 

Chapter XXVI – On Nârada’s Moha 

” XXVII – On Nârada’s marriage 

” XXVIII – On Nârada, a woman 

” XXIX – On Nârada again a man 

” XXX – On the glory of Mahâ Mâyâ 

” XXXI – On Mahâ Mâyâ 


Chapter I – On the Solar and Lunar Kings 

” II – On the piercing of the eyes of Chyavana Muni 

” III – The King S’aryâvati’s giving his daughter in marriage to Chyavana Muni 

” IV – On Sukanyâ and the As’vins 

” V – On Chyavana’s getting his youth 

Chapter VI – On the As’vins getting the right to drink Soma 

” VII – On the As’vins drinking the Soma cup 

” VIII – On the King Revata and the Solar Dynasty 

” IX – On the story of Kâkutstha and on Mândhâtâ 

” X – On Satyavrata 

Chapter XI – On Tris’anku 

” XII – On Vas’istha’s curse on Tris’anku 

” XIII – Vis’vâmitra helping Tris’anku 

” XIV – On Tris’anku going to the Heavens 

” XV – On the King Haris’chandra 

Chapter XVI – On S’unahs’epha 

” XVII – On S’unahs’epha freed and Haris’chandra cured 

” XVIII – On the quarrel between Haris’chandra and Vis’vâmitra 

” XIX – On Haris’chandra’s kingdom taken 

” XX – On Haris’chandra paying his Daksinâ 

Chapter XXI – On the sorrows of Haris’chandra 

” XXII – On selling Haris’chandra’s wife 

” XXIII – On Haris’chandra as a slave of theChândâla 

” XXIV — On Haris’chandra in the burning Ghât of Kâs’î 

” XXV – On the quarrels between Haris’chandra and Vis’vâmitra 

Chapter XXVI – On the sorrows of Haris’chandra 

” XXVII – On Haris’chandra’s going to the Heavens 

” XXVIII – On the glory of S’atâksî Devî 

” XXIX – On the Devî’s birth in the Daksa’s house 

” XXX – On the birth of Gauri and S’iva’s distraction 

Chapter XXXI – On the birth of Pârvatî 

” XXXII – On Self Realisation spoken by the Devî 

” XXXIII – On the Devî’s Virât Rûpa 

” XXXIV – On the Final Emancipation 

” XXXV – On the Yoga and Mantra Siddhi 

Chapter XXXVI – On the knowledge of Brahman 

” XXXVII – On Bhakti 

” XXXVIII – On the vows and the sacred places of the Devî 

” XXXIX – On the worship of the Devî 

” XL – On the outer worship of the Devî 


Chapter I – On the description of the worlds 

” II – On the Earth raised by the Boar 

” III – On Manu’s family 

” IV – On the family of Priyavrata 

” V – On the mountains and on the origin of rivers 

Chapter VI – On the rivers and the mountains Sumeru and others 

” VII – On the Ganges and the Varsas 

” VIII – On Ilâvrîta 

” IX – On the divisions of the continent 

” X – On Bhuvanakosa 

Chapter XI – On the continents and Bhâratavarsa 

” XII – On the narration of Plaksa, S’âlmala, and Kus’a Dvîpas 

” XIII – On the description of the remaining Dvîpas 

” XIV – On the Lokâloka 

” XV – On the motion of the Sun 

Chapter XVI – On the motion of the Planets 

” XVII – On the Dhruvva Mandalam 

” XVIII – On the Râhu 

” XXII – On the sins 
” XIX – On the nether regions 

” XX – On the narrative of Talâtala 

Chapter XXI – On the narrative of hells 

” XXIII – On the remaining hells 

” XXIV — On the Devî Pûjâ 


Chapter I – On the description of Prakriti 

” II – On the origin of Prakriti and Purusa 

” III – On the origin of Brahmâ, Visnu, Mahes’a and others 

” IV – On the hymn, worship and Kavacha of Sarasvatî 

” V – On Sarasvatî Stotra 

Chapter VI – On the coming in this world of Laksmî, Ganga and Sarasvatî 

” VII – On the curses on Gangâ, Sarasvatî and Laksmî 

” VIII – On the greatness of Kali 

” IX – On the origin of the S’akti of the Earth 

” X – On the offences caused to the Earth and punishments thereof 

Chapter XI – On the origin of the Ganges 

” XII – On the origin of Gangâ 

” XIII – On the anecdote of Gangâ 

” XIV – On Gangâ, as the wife of Nârâyana 

” XV – On the question of the anecdote of Tulasî 

Chapter XVI – On the incarnation of Mahâ Laksmî in the house of Kus’adhvaja 

” XVII – On the anecdote of Tulasî 

” XVIII – On the union of S’ankhachûda with Tulasî 

” XIX – On the going of the Devas to Vaikuntha after Tulasî’s marriage 

” XX – On the war preparations of S’ankhachûda 

Chapter XXI – On the war between the Mahâ Deva and S’ankhachûda 

” XXII – On the fight between the Devas and S’ankhachûda 

” XXIII – On the killing of S’ankhachûda 

” XXIV — On the glory of Tulasî 

” XXV – On the worship of Tulasî 

Chapter XXVI – On Sâvitrî 

” XXVII – On the birth, etc., of Sâvitrî 

” XXVIII – On Sâvitrî 

” XXIX – On Sâvitrî, on gifts, and on Karmas 

” XXX – On the conversation between Sâvitrî and Yama 

Chapter XXXI – On Yama’s giving the Sakti Mantra to Sâvitrî 

” XXXII – On the enumeration of various hells for sinners 

” XXXIII – On the destinies of the sinners 

” XXXIV – On the description of the various hells 

” XXXV – On the description of the various hells for the various sinners 

Chapter XXXVI – On having no fear of Yama of those who are the Panchopâsakas 

” XXXVII – On the eighty-six Kundas 

” XXXVIII – On the glories of the Devî 

” XXXIX – On Mahâ Laksmî 

” XL – On the birth of Laksmî 

Chapter XLI – On the churning of the ocean 

” XLII – On the stotram of Mahâ Laksmî 

” XLIII – On Svâhâ 

” XLIV – On Svadhâ 

” XLV – On Daksinâ 

Chapter XLVI – On Sasthî Devî 

” XLVII – On Manasâ’s story 

” XLVIII – On the anecdote of Manasâ 

” XLIX – On Surabhi 

” L – On the glory of S’akti 

Notes on S’akti and the S’âktas 


Chapter I – On Svâyambhuva Manu 

” II – On the conversation between Nârada and the Bindhya Mountain 

” III – On Bindhya’s obstructing the Sun’s course in the Heavens 

” IV – On the Devas’ going to Mahâ Deva 

” V – On the Devas’ going to Visnu 

Chapter VI – On the Devas’ praying to the Muni Agastya 

” VII – On the checking of the rise of Bindhya 

” VIII – On the origin of Manu 

” IX – On the anecdote of Châksusa Manu 

” X – On the history of the king Suratha 

Chapter XI – On Madhu Kaitabha killed 

” XII – On Sâvarni Manu 

” XIII – On Bhrâmarî Devî 


Chapter I – On the Morning Duties 

” II – On cleaning the body 

” III – On the glories of the Rudrâksa beads 

” IV – On the greatness of the Rudrâksam 

” V – On the Rudrâsam rosaries 

Chapter VI – On the greatness of Rudrâksam 

” VII – On the different numbers of facets of Rudrâksam 

” VIII – On Bhuta Suddhi 

” IX – On the rules of Sirovrata 

” X – On Gauna Bhasma 

Chapter XI – On the three kinds of Bhasmas 

” XII – On holding the Tripundrams 

” XIII – On the greatness of Bhasma 

” XIV – On holding the Bibhuti 

” XV – On using the Tripundra and Urdhapundra 

Chapter XVI – On the Sandhyâ Upâsanâ 

” XVII – On the Sandhyâ and other daily practices 

” XVIII – On the greatness of the Devî Pûjâ 

” XIX – On the mid-day Sandhyâ 

” XX – On the Brahma Yajña, Sandhyâs, etc. 

Chapter XXI – On the Gâyatrî Puras’charnam 

” XXII – On the Vais’adeva 

” XXIII – On the Tapta Krichchhra Vrata 

” XXIV — On Sadâchâra 


Chapter I – On the description of the Gâyatrî 

” II – On the description of the S’aktis of the Gâyatrî 

” III – On the Gâyatri Kavacham 

” IV – On the Gâyatrî Hridayam 

” V – On the Gâyatri Stotram 

” VI – On the one thousand and eight names of Gâyatrî 

” VII – On the Dîksâ vidhi (initiation) 

Chapter VIII – On the appearance of the Highest S’akti 

” IX – On the cause of faith in the other Devas than the Devî Gâyatrî 

” X – On the description of the Mani Dvîpa 

” XI – On the enclosure walls of the Mani Dvîpa 

” XII – On the description of the Mani Dvîpa 

” XIII – On Janamejaya’s Devî Yajña 

” XIV – On the fruits of hearing, etc., this Purânam  
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Dynamic, dedicated and determined, Narendra Modi arrives as a ray of hope in the lives of a billion Indians. His laser focus on development and his proven ability to deliver results have made him one of India’s most popular leaders. His promise is to build a nation that is strong, prosperous and inclusive, where each and every Indian can realize their hopes and aspirations.

On the 26th May 2014 Narendra Modi took oath as the Prime Minister of India. He made his mark on both the Indian and global stage as the chief minister of the western state of Gujarat for a record four terms. There, he brought about a paradigm shift in people’s lives by delivering pro-citizen good governance, where the state served its people humbly and honestly. He transformed Gujarat, which was reeling from the aftereffects of a devastating earthquake, into a growth engine that made a strong contribution to India’s development.
Always leading from the front and working towards all-round development, Modi built layers of infrastructure across the state, just as he restructured and simplified the bureaucracy of government to make it work efficiently, honestly and humanely. Under his leadership the Gujarat government won over 300 awards at the domestic and international level including those from bodies such as the UN.

Narendra Modi has achieved all this thanks to hard work and the values instilled in his childhood. Born on 17 September 1950 in a small town in Gujarat, he grew up in a loving but poor family ‘without a spare rupee’. The initial hardships of life not only taught the value of hard work but also revealed to him the avoidable sufferings of the common people. That is why as chief minister, he lived his life by the principle of ‘Antyodaya’, of serving the last person in the queue. From a very young age he immersed himself in service to the nation, working with patriotic organisations. He completed his MA from Gujarat University.
He is a ‘people’s leader’, dedicated to improving their well-being. Nothing is more pleasing to Modi than being among ordinary people, sharing their joys and alleviating their sorrows. His powerful, personal ‘connect’ on the ground is complemented by a strong presence online where he is known as India’s most techno-savvy leader, using the web to reach people and bring about change in their lives. He is very active on social media, including Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and other forums.

Beyond politics, Narendra Modi enjoys writing and is the author of several books, including poetry. His day always begins with yoga, which centres him and instills a sense of calm in an otherwise fast-paced routine.
This is the man, an embodiment of courage, compassion and conviction, on whom the nation has bestowed its mandate, hoping that he will rejuvenate India and make it a bright beacon to the world.

Personal Life Story
History was scripted in the forecourt of Rashtrapati Bhawan on the evening of 26th May 2014 as Narendra Modi took oath as the Prime Minister of India after a historic mandate from the people of India. In Narendra Modi, the people of India see a dynamic, decisive and development-oriented leader who has emerged as a ray of hope for the dreams and aspirations of a billion Indians. His focus on development, eye for detail and efforts to bring a qualitative difference in the lives of the poorest of the poor have made Narendra Modi a popular and respected leader across the length and breadth of India.
Narendra Modi’s life has been a journey of courage, compassion and constant hardwork. At a very young age he had decided to devote his life in service of the people. He displayed his skills as a grass root level worker, an organiser and an administrator during his 13 year long stint as the Chief Minister of his home state of Gujarat, where he ushered a paradigm shift towards pro-people and pro-active good governance.
Formative Years
Narendra Modi’s inspiring life journey to the Office of Prime Minister began in the by-lanes of Vadnagar, a small town in North Gujarat’s Mehsana district. He was born on the 17th of September 1950; three years after India had gained its Independence. This makes him the first Prime Minister to be born in independent India. Mr. Modi is the third child born to Damodardas Modi and Hiraba Modi. Mr. Modi comes from a family of humble origins and modest means. The entire family lived in a small single storey house which was approximately 40 feet by 12 feet.
Narendra Modi’s formative years taught him early tough lessons as he balanced his studies, non-academic life to spare time to work at the family owned Tea Stall as the family struggled to make ends meet. His school friends remember that as a child also he was very industrious and had an affinity for debates and a curiosity to read books. Schoolmates recollect how Mr. Modi used to spend many hours reading in the local Library. As a child he was also fond of swimming.
Mr. Modi’s thoughts and dreams as a child were quite removed from how most children of his age thought. Perhaps it was the influence of Vadnagar which once used to be a vibrant center of Buddhist learning and spirituality many centuries ago. As a child also he always felt a strong urge to make a difference to society. He was highly influenced by the works of Swami Vivekananda which laid the foundation of his journey towards spiritualism and which inspired him to pursue the mission to fulfill Swamiji’s dream of making India a Jagat Guru.
At the age of 17 he left home to travel across India. For two years he travelled across the expansive landscape of India exploring various cultures. When he returned home he was a changed man with a clear aim of what he wanted to achieve in life. He went to Amdavad and joined Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS). RSS is a socio-cultural organisation working towards the social and cultural regeneration of India. It was a tough routine for Narendra Modi in Amdavad since 1972 when he became a Pracharak for RSS. His day began at 5 am and went on till late night. Late 1970s also saw a young Narendra Modi join the movement to restore Democracy in India which was reeling under Emergency.
While continuing to shoulder different responsibilities within the Sangh during the 1980s Narendra Modi emerged as an Organizer exemplar with his organizing skills. In 1987 a different chapter began in the life of Mr. Modi when he started work as the General Secretary of the BJP in Gujarat. In his first task Mr. Modi won a victory for the BJP in Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation elections for the first time ever. He also ensured that the BJP was a close second to the Congress in the 1990 Gujarat Assembly elections. In the 1995 Assembly elections Mr. Modi’s organizational skills ensured the BJP’s vote share increased and the party won 121 seats in the Assembly.
Mr. Modi worked as the National Secretary of BJP from 1995 looking after party’s activities in Haryana and Himachal Pradesh. As BJP’s General Secretary Organisation he worked to ensure the BJP won the 1998 Lok Sabha elections. It was in September 2001 that Mr. Modi received a phone call from then Prime Minister Vajpayee which opened a new chapter in his life taking him from the rough and tumble of Organizational Politics to the world of Governance. To read more about Shri Narendra Modi’s personal life story please visit:http://www.narendramodi.in/humble-beginnings-the-early-years/
Years in Governance
Narendra Modi’s evolution from quintessential Organization Man of the BJP to one of India’s best known leaders recognized for his Good Governance over a span of a decade tells a story of grit, determination and Strong Leadership in the face of grave adversity. Narendra Modi’s transition from the world of Political Organizing to the realm of Administration and Governance neither had the luxury of time nor the benefit of training. Shri Modi had to learn the ropes of Administration while on the job right from Day One. Narendra Modi’s first 100 days in office offer a glimpse of not just how Shri Modi made that personal transition but these 100 days also offer a glimpse of how Shri Modi brought unconventional thinking and out of the box ideas to shake status-quo and reform Governance.
Narendra Modi’s path to creating a Vibrant Gujarat as a shining example of Development and Governance did not come easy. It was a path littered with adversities and challenges. Through the last decade if there is one constant trait of Narendra Modi that has stood out it is his Strong Leadership in the face of grave adversity. Shri Narendra Modi’s approach to governance has always been viewed as being above politics. Shri Modi never let political differences get in the way of pursuing solutions to developmental challenges. As Shri Narendra Modi prepares to assume Office as India’s next Prime Minister, his approach to Administration and Governance stands out for its convergent thinking. The finest manifestation of Shri Modi’s philosophy of “Minimum Government, Maximum Governance” is his Pancha-Amrut construct for convergent Governance.
His performance is reflected in the many Awards his government received from both National and International media. Shri Narendra Modi as India’s Prime Minister brings with him a rich and hands-on experience as one of India’s most successful Chief Ministers and one of its finest of Administrators

Jai Bharat

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Abhyusthanam Adharmasya Tadaatmanam Sreejamyaham
Paritranaaya Sadhunaam Vinaashaya cha Dushkritaam
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