To Lord Shiva Why Do We Offer Milk In Sharavan Month?

The month of Sharavan is named after Lord Shiva. It is a time to pray to the lord, especially for those who are suffering from Vata dosha. The vata dosh rises this month and people should avoid green vegetables as well as eat food that is rich in proteins, fats, and oils. In ancient times it was believed that if you ate green vegetables during Sharavan then your body would be more prone to diseases and infections. The cow gives milk to the calf to eating of grass. The cow also increases their Vata Dosha for this purpose. So, if human beings offer milk to Lord Shiva in Sharavan month, it will help us reduce our vata dosh.

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Rudraksha Beads And Its Benefits

The Rudraksha bead is a seed of the Rudraksha tree. It is also known as the “divine eye” and “eye of Shiva”. The Rudraksha bead is believed to be very beneficial for health and spirituality. Helps in meditation and absorbs positive energy. The energy stays Inside us after chanting it while doing meditation. It helps in calming down our minds during troubled times. It improves concentration power and memory power. It enhances creativity, intelligence and patience. Explore more with us on 4veds.com.

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The Real Meaning Of Shivalinga

Shivalinga — The word linga itself is derived from the Sanskrit word “liṅga” which means “mark, sign, or symbol.” The Hindu god Shiva is often represented as a linga, and is sometimes called Ardhanarishvara, meaning “half-man, half-woman (and not half-man, half-woman).”

The linga is also associated with the phallus or penis of Shiva. However, when the word linga is used to describe a form of Shiva, it means something different than when it is used to describe a form of Vishnu. In Agama texts, the word linga has been interpreted as long, with ga meaning to emerge or create and cosmos of universe. On this basis, some scholars have argued that the words Linga Purana and Lingopanisad refer to a cosmological treatise rather than one devoted to deities like Shiva or Vishnu. Explore more with us on 4veds.com.

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Scientific Significance Of Ringing A Bell

Scientific Significance Of Ringing A Bell-Ringing a bell creates vibrations that travel through the air and into our ears. Ringing a bell creates vibrations that travel through the air and into your ears: When you ring a bell, you create vibrations by hitting it with a hammer or mallet.

These vibrations travel through the air at great speed and reach your ears within microseconds (millionths of a second). The human ear can detect sounds ranging from 20 Hz (hertz) to 20,000 Hz (hertz). A typical bell will have an audible range between 250 Hz — 1000 Hz which is within this range. So when you hear a certain pitch while ringing a bell, it means that you’re hearing that frequency’s corresponding vibration frequency as well. Explore more with us on 4veds.com.

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How Was Time Calculated In The Vedic Period?

The Vedic period is a time in history that lasted from around 1500 BCE to 500 BCE. It is known as the “Hindu Golden Age,” and it is characterized by a strong culture of religious and social rituals.

The Vedic people relied on the length of the day, night, year and seasons to tell time. The smallest unit of measurement was Parmanu (a grain of rice), which was used for measuring seconds. One truti was equal to 8 Parmanus, and one nimesha prana was equal to 30 truti (which means one hour). Explore more with us on 4veds.com.

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Chanting OM Mantra Makes You Powerful

OM is a sacred sound, which has the power to heal everything. It is the most commonly chanted mantra in Hinduism. OM is said to be the word that was first spoken by God before creating anything in the universe. OM is considered the universal vibration of all creation. The Hindu belief is that the chanting of the “OM” mantra elevates one to the supreme state of consciousness. It is considered a potent, mystical and sacred word. The syllable “AUM”, which sounds like “AAUng” or “OOOh” is called the Pranava Mantra or primaeval sound. Explore more with us on 4veds.com.

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Standing Nandi Dev At Baijnath Temple

Have you ever visited a Shiva temple? If yes, then you must have noticed Shiv Vaahana called Lord Nandi also named Nandikeshvara or Adhikaranandin. We all can see that Nandi Dev is invariably depicted in sitting posture around the world in all Shiv Temples around the world. But there exists a temple where you can see him in standing posture. The temple is called Baijnath named after Lord Shiva’s well-known name Baijnath in Himachal Pradesh. This standing Nandi Dev statue is the main attraction of this temple and people around the world visit here to see it once.

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Duryodhna Immersing Into Water.

Duryodhna immersed himself in deep water in order to hide from Pandavas. This unblievable act which is not considered as cool was once a difficult reality and practice during Duryodhna Dwapara Yuga. Duryodhna used to do this at least thrice a day without fail! It is said that he had a huge bathtub that could accommodate many people at once! He used to sit in it with a book and read while he was immersed in water! Explore more with us on 4veds.com.

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Atman: Is It Soul Or Internal Self?

Atman, in Hinduism, is the immortal soul. The word Atman originally meant breath: the fundamental essence of life. It was later applied to the universal essence of which all living beings are composed. In this sense, it is often used interchangeably with Purusha, meaning self and which refers to the universal self or soul. According to Hindu philosophy, it is the atman that moves across rebirths (samsara). Explore more with us on 4veds.com

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Shivaji Maharaj: The King Who Conquered Mughals

Shivaji Maharaj’s story was so inspiring and motivating to me. Shivaji Maharaj was born in the year 1630. He was the son of Shahji Bhosale, who was a commander in the army of the Bijapur Sultanate. He took up military service at the age of 16, he conquered his first fort. This marked what would be a long and successful career as a warrior and statesman. Explore more with us on 4veds.com.

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Four Veds

Four Veds

The centuries-old Hinduism, also known as Santana Dharam is centuries-old known for its greatest religious beliefs and learnings.