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Faces #1 – Asymmetrical Face

Faces #1 – Asymmetrical Face

Faces #1 Asymmetrical Face Vastu Review

An irregularly formed face where one half of the face is longer and  or wider than the other half is called an Asymmetric Face. We have attached a few sketches and images for a better understanding at the end of the post.

Similar to the external irregularity in mirrors, these persons portray  an internal irregularity in their nature. They exert a great deal of fascination and are generally tricky and unforgiving, even vindictive nut career minded. They are aware of their strengths and direct their energy in the right direction.

Their life is emotional, considerate, affectionate, easy-going. Relationships are their focal point but because of their targeted approach and high expectations are not the perfect life partners as it can be difficult at time to satisfy and meet their expectation.

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Kindly Note, these traits are general qualities of the person with asymmetrical faces and in no manner represent a particular person or individual.

श्याम चूड़ी बेचने आया – Krishna Bhajan (Hindi)

श्याम चूड़ी बेचने आया

मनहारी का भेस बनाया, श्याम चूड़ी बेचने आया।
छलिया का भेस बनाया, श्याम चूड़ी बेचने आया॥
झोली कंधे धरी, उस में चूड़ी भरी।
गलिओं में शोर मचाया, श्याम चूड़ी बेचने आया॥
छलिया का भेस बनाया, श्याम चूड़ी बेचने आया॥
राधा ने सुनी, ललिता से कही।
मोहन को तरुंत बुलाया, श्याम चूड़ी बेचने आया॥
छलिया का भेस बनाया, श्याम चूड़ी बेचने आया॥
चूड़ी लाल नहीं पहनू, चूड़ी हरी नहीं पहनू।
मुझे श्याम रंग है भाया, श्याम चूड़ी बेचने आया॥
छलिया का भेस बनाया, श्याम चूड़ी बेचने आया॥
राधा पहनन लगी श्याम पहनाने लगे।
राधा ने हाथ बढाया, श्याम चूड़ी बेचने आया॥
छलिया का भेस बनाया, श्याम चूड़ी बेचने आया॥
राधे कहने लगी, तुम हो छलिया बढे।
धीरे से हाथ दबाया, श्याम चूड़ी बेचने आया॥
छलिया का भेस बनाया, श्याम चूड़ी बेचने आया॥

Shyam chudi bhechne aaya – Krishna Bhajan (English)

Shyam chudi bhechne aaya

Manihari ka bhesh banaya Shyam chudi bechne aaya
Chhaliya ka bhesh banaya Shyam chudi bechne aaya
Jholi kandhe dhari usme chudi bhari -2
Galiyon mein shor machaya Shyam chudi bechne aaya
Chhaliya ka bhesh banaya Shyam chudi bechne aaya
Radha ne suni lalita se kahi -2
Mohan ko turant bulaya Shyam chudi bechne aaya
Chhaliya ka bhesh banaya Shyam chudi bechne aaya
Chudi laal nahi pehnu Chudi hari nahi pehnu -2
Mujhe Shyam rang hai bhaaya Shyam chudi bechne aaya
Chhaliya ka bhesh banaya Shyam chudi bechne aaya
Radha pehnan lagi Shyam pehnane lage -2
Radha ne haath badaya Shyam chudi bechne aaya
Chhaliya ka bhesh banaya Shyam chudi bechne aaya
Radha kehne lagi tum ho Chhaliya bade -2
Dheere se haath dabaya Shyam chudi bechne aaya
Chhaliya ka bhesh banaya Shyam chudi bechne aaya
Manihari ka bhesh banaya Shyam chudi bechne aaya
Chhaliya ka bhesh banaya Shyam chudi bechne aaya
Happy Bhai Dooj

Legend of Bhai Dooj

Bhai Dooj is an auspicious occasion which is celebrated with great fervour and happiness all over the country. Brothers and sisters eagerly wait for this festival which strengthens the bond of love and care between them by recalling all the sweet memories of childhood and spending some time with each other. And like every festival, this one has a beginning too, one which is truly engulfed in mythologies, more than one, with each narrating a different story as how this festival came to be celebrated.

The Legend Of Yamraja and Yamuna
This is the most famous legend which is linked with the celebration of Bhai Dooj. According to it, once, Yamraja went to meet his sister Yamuna after a long time. When he reached there, she was very happy to see him and put tika on his forehead, performing aarti, and offered him sweets to eat and gave him a small gift as a token of love. She treated him with appetizing meal. Yamraja was so pleased to see the love and care of his sister that he declared that any brother, who receives tilak from his sister on this day, will never be sent to the hell and will live a long life. Since then the custom of celebrating Bhai Dooj started and this is why it is also known as Yama Dwitiya.

The Legend Of Lord Krishna And Subhadra
Another legend is linked with Lord Krishna when he went to meet his sister Subhadra after killing the demon Narakasura. Subhadra was very happy to see her brother and she gave a warm welcome to him with flowers and by performing aarti and putting tika on his forehead as a mark of protection and by offering him sweets to eat. This legend then gave birth to the festival of Bhai Dooj, stating that sisters, no matter what, will pray for the well being and long life of their brothers.

The Legend Of Lord Mahavira
This legend is related to Lord Mahavira, the 24th Tirthankara of Jainism. When he attained nirvana, his brother King Nandivardhan started missing him and became very much upset. At that time he was consoled by his sister Sudarshana, who took proper care of her brother. Since that time, brothers started giving love and respect to their sisters. On the auspicious day of Bhai Dooj, sisters are given beautiful gifts and honour as a token of love.

Bhai Dooj Ceremony

On the day of the festival, sisters invite their brothers for a sumptuous meal often including their favourite dishes. The whole ceremony signifies the duty of a brother to protect his sister, as well as a sister’s blessings for her brother.

Carrying forward the ceremony in traditional style, sisters perform aarti for their brother and apply a red tika on the brother’s forehead. Thistika ceremony on the occasion of Bhai Bij signifies the sister’s sincerest prayers for the long and happy life of her brother. In return brothers bless their sisters and treat them also with gifts or cash.

As it is customary in Haryana, Maharashtra to celebrate the auspicious occasion of Bhau-beej, women who do not have a brother worship the moon-god instead. They apply mehendi on girls as their tradition.

The sister, whose brother lives far away from her and cannot come to her house, sends her sincerest prayers for the long and happy life of her brother through the moon-god. She performs aarti for the moon. This is the reason why children of Hindu parents affectionately call the moon Chandamama (Chanda means moon and mama means mother’s brother).

Bhajan – पत्थर की राधा प्यारी पत्थर के कृष्ण मुरारी (हिन्दी)

पत्थर की राधा प्यारी पत्थर के कृष्ण मुरारी
पत्थर से पत्थर घिस कर पैदा होती चिंगारी
पत्थर की नारी अहिल्या पग से श्री राम ने तारी
पत्थर के मठ मे बैठी मां मेरी शेरोन वाली

Continue reading Bhajan – पत्थर की राधा प्यारी पत्थर के कृष्ण मुरारी (हिन्दी)

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8 Tips for good Health of your Child

These are simple, useful and effective tips for good health of your child:

  1. If a child is suffering from hiccups, make the child lick honey (2 drops). It will relieve the child from hiccups.
  2. If a child is suffering from Marasmus apply paste of Multani Mitti (Fuller’s earth) on the whole body of the child. After three hours give him a hot bath. Continue it for 11 days. It will help the child.
  3. If the child is not sleeping at night, put a small cloth packet of dry goat-dung below his head. Child will sleep well.
  4. If a small child suffers from Jaundice,
    • put a whole Radish along with leaves near child’s head. If the leaves turn yellow at night, replace the radish with a fresh one. Continue this process for four days.
    • Drop 400 grams Gram dal in flowing water.
  5. If your child does not drink milk, or vomits after drinking; fill a Earthen pot with milk on a Saturday or Sunday, take it seven times around the head of the child and make a black dog drink it. This will make the child drink milk properly.
  6. If a child is frightened while sleeping, take a piece of alum, pronounce “Shree Ram Bhakt Hanuman ki Jai” and put is below the head of the child. This prevent the startling of the child.
  7. If a child urinates in the bed, while sleeping, apply a paste of saffron around the navel.
  8. If a child suffers from the bad effects of an evil eye,
    • take a piece of alum, move it around the child from head to toe, seven times and burn it in the fire Or Take some salt, move it from head to toe of the child seven times, and flow it in running water.
    • Go to Lord Hanuman Temple on Tuesday and Saturday, pray to Lord Hanuman and take some Sindoor off the shoulder of right hand of the Lord Hanuman Idol and apply it on the child’s forehead. It will prevent the bad effect on an evil eye.