Rahu Mantra for Protection

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Fulfilling Life's Three Debts Through Daily Duties

A human is born with three debts: Rishi Rina (debt to sages), Pitru Rina (debt to ancestors), and Deva Rina (debt to deities). To become free from these debts, scriptures prescribe daily duties. These include physical purification, Sandhyavandanam (daily prayers), Tarpana (rituals for ancestors), worship of deities, other daily rituals, and study of scriptures. Maintain cleanliness through physical purification, perform daily prayers through Sandhyavandanam, remember ancestors through Tarpana, worship deities regularly, follow other prescribed daily rituals, and gain spiritual knowledge through the study of scriptures. By adhering to these actions, we fulfill our spiritual esponsibilities.

What is the meaning of Ashwamedha Yaga?

Ashwamedha Yaga (or Ashwamedha sacrifice) is a Vedic ritual performed by ancient Indian kings to demonstrate their power and authority over neighboring kingdoms. The word 'Ashwamedha' is derived from two Sanskrit words - 'ashwa' meaning horse and 'medha' meaning sacrifice. In this ritual, a specially chosen horse is released to wander freely through neighboring kingdoms, accompanied by a large army. If the horse is captured by another kingdom, it is seen as a challenge to the king's power, and the capturing king must either submit to the king who initiated the Ashwamedha Yaga or face war. If the horse returns safely after a year of wandering, the king who initiated the ritual is declared victorious and is believed to have gained control over all the kingdoms through which the horse passed.

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What other name is Ayodhya known by?

ॐ नीलाम्बराय विद्महे शूलधराय धीमहि। तन्नो राहुः प्रचोदयात्। om neelaambaraaya vidmahe shooladharaaya dheemahi. tanno raahuh' prachodayaat.....

ॐ नीलाम्बराय विद्महे शूलधराय धीमहि।
तन्नो राहुः प्रचोदयात्।

om neelaambaraaya vidmahe shooladharaaya dheemahi.
tanno raahuh' prachodayaat.

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