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Adoring the Surya Devta

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||Om Surya Devam Namaste Stu Grihaanam Karoona Karam
Arghyam Ch Falam Sanyukta Gandh Maalyaakshatai Yutam ||

Surya Dev or the Sun God is the highly revering deity in Hindu mythology. Being the head of all the nine planets, Surya dev has immense strength and he controls the life on earth. Blessed with heavenly powers he is portrayed as riding the chariot which is driven by 7 horses or 1 horse with 7 heads. The number seven defines the seven majestic colors of the rainbow, the seven seasons and also the seven chakras of the human body.

Surya is widely worshipped by devotees, including the asuras or demons. Surya Devta is adored by the Saura sect, which worships him as one of the five main Gods. Yatudhanas, group of demons, were also the deep followers of Surya. Even the Greeks and Romans have special mention of Sun God in their ancient mythology.

Significance of adoring Sun God:

Sun is considered as the significator of health, profession and father in the Vedic Astrology. The light energy of the Sun is a natural remedy for the body ailments and boosts us with energy and positivity. Vitamin D from the Sun is a healthy source for stronger immune system and bones. While offering water to the Sun God in early morning hours, the sunlight gets refracted and reflected due to the thin layer of water which leads to the production of 7 forms of light that get absorbed by our body. Since our body has large surface area, the rays are absorbed through it, maximum by the chest.

The Sun is the symbol of the Self-god. As the Self-god illuminates the mind, the intellect and the body, the Sun illuminates the world. Being the highest symbol of enlightenment the Surya devta bestows the devotee with knowledge and illuminates the dark lives of his devotees.

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Secrets of Number 1 (One)

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Numerology number-1 significance shubhpujaThere is no getting away from the fact that there are only nine planets in our solar system, also that there are only nine numbers by which all our calculations on this earth are made. So all the numbers except one to nine are the repetition, as it can be reduced to the single number by ‘single addition’ method.

The NUMBER 1 stands in this symbolism for the Sun. The basis of all number is one- the basis of all life is one. So a person born under this number or any of its series, possess the following traits. These traits are found in the people born on 1st, 10th, 19th or 28th of any month and also if they are born between 21st July and 28th August, which is the period of zodiac called the ‘House of the Sun’, or from 21st March to 28th April, when the sun enters the Vernal equinox and is considered elevated.

  • The flavour of creativity and determination in view, is found in men and women under this number.
  • They are ambitious and dislike restraint; they always rise in whatever they pursue.
  • The authoritative nature makes them become he heads of whatever their business are, and make themselves respected and ‘looked up to’ by their subordinates.
  • They get on well with persons born under the 2, 4, and 7, such as those born on the 2nd, 4th, 7th, 11th, 13th, 16th, 20th, 22nd, 25th, 29th, and 31st, especially those born under strong periods indicated.
  • Most fortunate days for number 1 are Sunday and Monday, and especially so if one of their ‘own numbers’ should also fall on that day, such as 1st, 10th, 19th or 28th.
  • Most fortunate colours are shades of gold, yellows and bronze to golden brown.
  • Their lucky jewels are the topaz, amber, yellow diamond, and all the stones of these colours.
  • If possible, they should wear a piece of amber in any way they wish next to their flesh.