Vignakarta-Vignaharta

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Yagnavalkya-smriti, which was written 300 years after the birth of Christ, refers to only one trouble making God or Vighna-karta known as ‘Vinayaka’. By this time, the wild spirit had become a village God. When Pauranic literature began, being composed from 8th century AD onwards, ‘Vinayaka’ came to have an elephant-headed form, and was less malevolent and more benevolent. In the Vamana Purana, composed around 12th century AD, the name ‘Vinayaka’ was derived from the tale of Parvati creating a child without a man. By this time, the Vignakarta or obstacle creating ‘Vinayaka’ had become Vignaharta or obstacle removing ‘Vinayaka’.

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COLORS OF DESTINY

An aura around your physical body consists of electro magnetic pulsations of different wavelengths of light. This human energy field tells us about a person’s basic nature and temperament and about his level of spirituality. It also tells us about his stress levels and of the ailments that may soon manifest in his body.

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About ‘Holi’

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‘Holi’ is the festival of color celebrated in Spring. ‘Holi’ came from a tradition, which had started long ago by Lord Krishna. Krishna was blue-black whereas his beloved Radha was white as snow. One day Krishna asked Ma Jashoda, “Why Radha is not blue-black?” Jashoda replied him jokingly, “If you smear blue color on her, you are sure to get your way.”

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