Day: August 24, 2016
The Yantra banishes poverty from life. If one is heavily in debt, or his business is falling, or facing a severe financial crises, then this yantra is the answer to all his problems.
The mantra is repeated for twenty one times in a morning.
The mantra for recital is:-
“Om Hrim Sahastravadane Kanakeshwari Sheeghram Avatar Aagachh Om Phat Swaahaa”
Benefits of Kanakdhara Yantra
- It is one of the most significant Yantra for remove the poverty from life.
- Kanakdhara Yantra also prevents from business is falling.
- Kanakdhara Yantra will help you to remove various hurdles from your life and you will get a lot of happiness
How to do worship by this yantra
- Light incense and diya.
- The yantra is to be drawn with fresh flowers and fresh fruits on the altar.
- It is also be drawn with food for offering are honey, sweets, milk, curd, etc.
Where to place it
- This yantra should be established on Wednesday.
- This yantra keep it in your home where the valuables or cash.
As per Ayurveda, the modes of nature have been divided into three categories, Sattva, Rajas and Tama. They are the modes which act mainly on the physical and the mental behavior of a person and hence, have a nice as well as a predominant effect on the nature of a person.
The third and the most condemned guna is Tamo Guna or the mode of ignorance. This is the mode of carelessness and is directly with a negative and opposite mind. When one comes in the mode of ignorance, he can experience that his senses have gone to the verge of ignorance and are doing what is not to be done and are not doing which is to be done. Whatever wrong they do, they get firm conviction in the same that I am right.
The scripture Bhagwad Gita illustrates the effect of mode of passion on various activities.
Bg 14.8 — O son of Bharata, know that the mode of darkness, born of ignorance, is the delusion of all embodied living entities. The results of this mode are madness, indolence and sleep, which bind the conditioned soul.
Bg 14.9 — ignorance, covering one’s knowledge, binds one to madness.;.
Bg 14.13 — When there is an increase in the mode of ignorance, O son of Kuru, darkness, inertia, madness and illusion are manifested..
Bg 14.15 — When one dies in the mode of ignorance, he takes birth in the animal kingdom.
Bg 14.16 — and action performed in the mode of ignorance results in foolishness.
Bg 14.17 — from the mode of ignorance develop foolishness, madness and illusion.
Bg 14.18 — and those in the abominable mode of ignorance go down to the hellish worlds.;
This is a brief description of a personality situated in the mode of passion. Mode of ignorance is predominated by the astringent taste i.e. tastelessness and the food which is obnoxious. Food prepared more than three hours before being eaten, food that is tasteless, decomposed and putrid, and food consisting of remnants and untouchable things is dear to those in the mode of darkness.. (Bhagwad Gita 17.10).
When a person is in the mode of ignorance, he is firm that what is good for him is actually bad and what is bad for him is actually good. He is very much lethargic, sleepy, mad and has got no control over his mind. Such a person becomes definitely commits Pragyaparadh, the cause of all mental miseries in the science of Ayurveda. He eats what is forbidden due to the urge of his tongue and what is not good for his health. He knows what the seasonal regime is and what is to be taken and what is not to be taken, but never cares to follow it. Since his senses are illuminated by ignorance, he has a faulty mindset and hence, is prone to mental illness.
He comes to the stage of madness and insanity and hence, has to suffer the result of the same.
Nakula was the son fo Maharaj Pandu, who was born out of his second wife, Madri. When Kunti maharani had already begot 3 sons by calling various demigods, Pandu asked her to call for more demigods and have children through them, to which she refused saying that a women having intimate relationships with more than 3 men is called a prostitute.
Since Pandu desired more children, he was thinking of doing so. Then Madri approached Pandu and asked him to ask Kunti to teach her the mantra and beget children like that.
Kunti, being pleased taught Madri the mantra and hence, she called upon the Twin Ashwini Kumaras, the doctors of the demigods and they blessed Madri with two children, Nakul and Sahadev.
In sanskrit, Nakul means the most beautiful. The aakashwani at the time of their birth sadi that they will be most famous in prowess and beauty, even more than the Ashwini kumaras as well.
Nakula married Draupadi during this period and had a son, Satanika; who was killed by Ashwatthama in the Kurukshetra War. Nakula also married Karenumati, daughter of Dhristaketu, who bore him one son, Niramitra; however he was killed by Karna during the war.
The skills of Nakula are:
- Horse-keeping: Nakula’s deep understanding of horse breeding and training is documented in the Mahabharata after the death of Narakasura by Krishna. In a conversation with Virata, Nakula claimed to know the art of treating all illnesses of horses. He was also a highly skilled charioteer.
- Ayurveda: Being a son of the physicians, Ashwini Kumaras, Nakula was also believed to be an expert in Ayurveda.
- Sword Fighting: Nakula and his brother, Sahadeva were skilled sword fighters. Nakula was said to ride his horse in the rain and used his sword to deflect every drop. He would emerge completely dry.
- Diplomacy: Nakula was very handsome and charming man. He was a skilled diplomat.
- Nakula was a master of unusual weapons.