Saturday, 24 November 2012

FREE LAL KITAB REMEDIES/ UPAY FOR GETTING MONEY AND FAVOURABLE DESTINY

 I am getting many queries, mails and letters from different persons requesting to share some Lal Kitab Remedies for getting wealth/money and for getting favor of destiny. 
Although remedies are suggested looking at individual’s horoscope and various combinations but still with an objective to help all people, through this post, I am sharing some useful Lal Kitab Remedies which could be done for getting the blessings of Maa Lakshmi. The only requirement is that you should do this remedy with full faith and devotion. 
You can visit my website http://lalkitabastro.com/my-corner.php also for knowing some more remedies for different purposes.  




1. Whenever possible offer two balls/peda of wheat flour colored with turmeric to a cow with jaggery and wet Chana daal/ Split chickpeas on Thursday.
2. Offer jaggery plus wheat flour to a bull on Sunday to get favors in job or to get promotional opportunities.
3. Offer water to rising sun for getting over the obstacles in government job
4. Offer water to a peepal (also called as bo tree). On Saturday offer milk and sugar mixed water to Peepal tree. Lit a lamp (diya) in mustard oil before the tree in the evening of Saturday.
5. Offer wheat flour balls to fish on Monday or Wednesday. Destiny will surely start favoring you.
6. Whenever you are going for an important work, establish a water-filled pot in your temple or pooja room and bow before it and pray to God to make your venture successful. Have curd and sugar.  
7. At least once in a month, donate some money to a Eunuch and a Sweeper according to your budget. It will help in reducing negative energy also from your Aura.
8. Try to give first chapati you cooked in your house to a cow. The last chapatti should be offered to crow and dog in equal proportion or if crow is not available it could be offered to a dog. This will improve Venus, Saturn and Ketu in your horoscope.

                                     "Hari Om Tat Sat"






"Jai Shree Krishna"
Acharya Vikas Malhotra
Astrologer, Numerologist and Spiritual Healer
{MBA, LLB, FCS, MA (Public Admn), FIII, JYOTISH VISHARAD} 
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Monday, 12 November 2012

JAI SHREE KRISHNA - GOVARDHAN PUJA OR ANNAKUTA PUJA OR BALI PRATIPADA 2012




DATE – NOVEMBER 14, 2012 (WEDNESDAY)


LEGENDS ASSOCIATED WITH GOVARDHAN PUJA

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Goverdhan Pooja/Annakuta Puja is celebrated to commemorate the pastime of the Lord Krishna lifting the Govardhana Hill on His little finger, in order to protect the residents of Vrindavan from torrential rains sent by Indra. The Supreme Personality of Godhead performed this pastime as a seven year old boy in order to crush the pride of Indra, the Lord of the heavens. Lord Krishna forbade the residents of Vrindavana from worshipping Indra.  He induced them to worship Govardhana Hill instead. The Govardhana Hill is not an ordinary hill.  It is actually very dear to the Lord.  On this day Govardhana Hill is worshipped in a small replica form, made of cooked rice and other edibles in temples all over Vrindavan.  This replica of the Govardhana Hill is generally known as ‘Annakuta’.  Huge quantities of food are prepared in this ceremony and are very extensively distributed. A mountain of food is decorated symbolizing Govardhan Mountain said to be lifted by Lord Krishna to save the people from the wrath of Lord Indra, the God of rain. This pooja is performed with great zeal and enthusiasm and in the states of Punjab, Haryana, UP and Bihar. In Haryana, there is a tradition of building cow dung hillocks, which symbolize the Mount Govardhan, the mountain which was once lifted by Lord Krishna. After making such hillocks people decorate them with flowers and then worship them. They move in a circle all round the cow dung hillocks and offer prayers to Lord Govardhan.

In Maharashtra this day is celebrated as Padva or Bali Pratipada. The day commemorates King Bali. Men present gifts to their wives on this day. It is also celebrated as New Year, as Vikram Samvat also starts on this day. Govardhan puja worship has carried on from 5000 years ago to the 21st Century.
           
 METHOD OF CELEBRATING GOVARDHAN PUJA/ANNAKUTA PUJA/BALI PRATIPADA
            I am giving you few important things you should do on this day. It will bring the blessings of RADHA KRISHNA in your life.
1.      On this day, you must offer food/bread/grass to Cow because Lord Krishna, the ‘Makhan Chor’ is always remembered as Sakha (friend) and protector of cows. He is known as “Gopal” for this reason also. It will improve your Venus also which would help in getting things of luxury in your life. It will bestow marital happiness in your life. Those people whose family life is very miserable should donate a cow on this day to ward off evils caused by Planet Venus. 

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2.      The day of Govardhan Puja is also celebrated as “Gudi Padwa”. There is a custom in which on this holy day the wife applies the 'Tilak' on the forehead of her husband, garlands him, performs his 'Aarti'  and also prays for his long life. Then the husband gives her a gift in appreciation of all the tender love and care that his wife showers on him. I suggest husbands that they must gift something (according to their budget) to their wives on this day.  
3.      If you have Narmadeshwar Shivlinga at your house then abhishek it with raw milk or alternatively you can go to nearby Lord Shiva Temple and offer abhishek of raw milk in the temple.  I would suggest all of you to have Narmadeshwar Shivlinga at your house. It will help you in worshipping Lord Shiva in a more effective manner.
4.      Most important is worship Lord Krishna on this day. Listen to Bhajans of Lord Krishna. Recite Mahamantra –
Hare Krishna Hare Krishna
Krishna Krishna Hare Hare
Hare Rama Hare Rama
Rama Rama Hare Hare”

HAPPY GOVARDHAN PUJA AND MAY LORD KRISHNA SHOWERS HIS BLESSINGS ON ALL OF YOU AND YOUR FAMILY

""Hari Om Tat Sat"
"Jai Shree Krishna" 


Acharya Vikas Malhotra
Astrologer, Numerologist and Spiritual Healer
{MBA, LLB, FCS, MA (Public Admn), FIII, JYOTISH VISHARAD} 
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Thursday, 8 November 2012

DIWALI 2012 – DIWALI POOJA MUHURAT – LAL KITAB TIPS/REMEDIES FOR DIWALI – HAPPY DIWALI



INTRODUCTION
The word "Diwali" is a contraction of "Deepavali", originating from the Sanskrit word Dipavali (दीपावली) which can be translated to "Row of Lights". Hence the Diwali Festival is also called the "Festival of Lights". Diwali is the name for the festival in North-India. In South-India the festival is called "Deepavali".
This year Diwali will be celebrated on Tuesday, 13th of November 2012. 


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Legends behind celebration of Diwali
Diwali celebrates to victory of the Good over the Evil and Light over Darkness. Is has a major religious significance for Hindus, Sikhs and Jains alike - not only in India, but also for Indians living abroad. The day of Diwali falls on Ashvina Amavasya and this date also marks the beginning of the Hindu New Year, and many businesses in India starting a new accounting year on the Diwali holiday. Diwali is actually celebrated in honor of Lord Rama and His wife Sita returning to their kingdom of Ayodhya, after defeating demon King Ravana.
Diwali marks the end of the harvest season in most of India. Farmers give thanks for the bounty of the year gone by, and pray for a good harvest for the year to come. Traditionally this marked the closing of accounts for businesses dependent on the agrarian cycle, and is the last major celebration before winter. Maa Lakshmi symbolizes wealth and prosperity, and her blessings are invoked for a good year ahead. There are two legends that associate the worship of Lakshmi on this day. According to the first legend, on this day, Lakshmi emerged from Kshira Sagar, the Ocean of Milk, during the great churning of the oceans, Samudra manthan. The second legend (more popular in western India) relates to the Vamana avatar of the Lord Vishnu, the incarnation he assumed to kill the demon king Bali. On this day, Vishnu came back to his abode the Vaikuntha; so those who worship Lakshmi receive the benefit of her benevolent mood, and are blessed with mental, physical and material well-being. Lord Ganesha is also worshipped along with Maa Lakshmi because he is treated as remover of all obstacles and worshipped before all the Gods.

Diwali Puja Muhurat
Lakshmi Puja should be done during Pradosh Kaal which starts after sunset and approximately lasts for 2 hours and 24 minutes. This year the auspicious time for Diwali Poojan is given below:
Maa Lakshmi Puja Muhurta = 17:47:13 to 19:45:15
It is believed that Goddess Lakshmi visits homes during Diwali time so everyone likes to clean and decorate their homes in the best way possible. From whitewashing to buying new furnishings, people love to work on their homes during Diwali. You can use your creativity and decorate your home with flowers and rangoli patterns this Diwali and you will feel the presence of nature in your home. The sweet fragrance of flowers enhances the aesthetic appeal on the rangoli patterns and the combination looks magnificent on the front door of a home. Besides flowers and rangoli patterns, place electric lights in appropriate places in your home as well. Be careful with the placement of candles and diyas and ensure that they are kept away from curtains and other flammable things.
On Diwali evening, it is customary to start the celebrations with a Lakshmi Puja. Decorate the puja thali and clean the temple beforehand. Start with Ganesh Puja and move on to Lakshmi Puja. Distribute the puja prasad to all family members after the puja is complete.

Important points to be kept in mind for Diwali Puja & Lal Kitab Tips/Remedies for Diwali
1.      On the night of Diwali, listen or read Vishnu Sahasra Naam and Shree Sukta
2.      Purchase a new broom on Diwali and use it to clean the place where pooja has to be done. You can use it regularly from next day onwards. It will help in improving prosperity.
3.      Try to offer homemade Rice or Sabudaana Kheer to Maa Lakshmi instead of offering sweets available in market.
4.      If it is possible, have 11 Abhimantri “Gomti Chakra” and keep them in a red cloth bag. Treat these Gomti Chakra as Maa Lakshmi and worship them in your pooja. After doing pooja, you can keep these Gomti Chakras in your locker or almirah or the place where you keep your money. This will help you in gaining wealth and prosperity. People whose business is not growing must do this to gain benefit.
5.      Most Important for all of you is to install a Crystal or Sphatik Shree Yantra on Diwali at your house. If you have this yantra, then after undertaking panchabhishek (washing with milk, ghee, honey, curd and gangajal) worship it. Maa Lakshmi resides in Shree Yantra and it will definitely bestow peace, happiness and blessings of Maa Lakshmi on you.
6.      There are many people who are facing unemployment or their want is always wandering here and there. They should wear Shree Yantra Abhimantrit Locket which will help them in gaining wealth and good intelligence. People who want to have promotion can also wear this locket or alternatively install Abhimantrit Shree Yantra at their house.
7.      If possible while doing Diwali Pooja wear Sphatik Bead mala. It will increase the effect of Diwali Pooja many times. Alternatively wear Lakshmi Narain Pendant which is a combination of Seven Mukhi and Ten Mukhi Rudraksha denoting Maa Lakshmi and Vishnu Ji respectively.
8.      On all days starting from Dhan Teras till Bhaiya Dhuj, try to light a diya near the Tulsi plant. Pushkar Puran states, “The person who lights the lamp of sesame (til) oil in the name of Lord Shri Hari in the month of Kartik (during Sandhya) gets unlimited prosperity, beauty, blessedness and wealth”. So if possible try to lit lamp of sesame (til) oil in evening during the whole month of Kartik (i.e. from 29th October 2012 to 28th November 2012). 



“       HAPPY DIWALI TO ALL OF YOU & YOUR FAMILY
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""Hari Om Tat Sat"


Acharya Vikas Malhotra
Astrologer, Numerologist and Spiritual Healer
{MBA, LLB, FCS, MA (Public Admn), FIII, JYOTISH VISHARAD} 
 lalkitabastro.com


Wednesday, 7 November 2012

CELEBERATE DHAN TERAS & GET HEALTH, WEALTH AND PROSPERITY FOR YOU & YOUR FAMILY




DHAN TERAS DATE IN 2012 – Sunday, 11TH NOVEMBER 2012            




About the Festival – Dhan Triyodashi, Yamdeep Daan, Kuber Puja, Dhanwantri Puja

Dhanteras the festival of wealth and prosperity is celebrated two days before Diwali festival in India. Dhanteras is also known as Dhantrayodashi, and takes place two days before Diwali, in honour of Dhanavantri, the physician of the gods and an incarnation of Vishnu. Dhanteras marks the beginning of Diwali festival. Dhan means “wealth” and Teras denotes “trayodashi”. The festival is observed on the 13th lunar day of dark fortnight (Krishna Paksha) in the month of Kartik.

On this day, the main doors of houses and offices are decorated with flowers lights and rangolis. An extensive pooja is organized in all households where people worship Goddess Laxmi with their purchase of the day (utensil/Jewellery).


Legends Associated with Dhan Teras
Yamadeep Daan
There are two legends associated with this festival. The first is that there was a 16 year old son of King Hima whose horoscope predicted his early death by a snake-bite on the fourth day of his wedding. On that particular fourth day of his marriage, his young wife did not allow him to sleep. She laid all the ornaments and lots of gold and silver coins in a big heap at the entrance of her husband’s boudoir and lighted innumerable lamps all over the place. And she went on telling stories and singing songs. When Yam, the god of death arrived there in the guise of a serpent his eyes got blinded by that dazzle of those brilliant lights and he could not enter the prince’s chamber. So he climbed on top of the heap of the ornaments and coins and sat there whole night listening to the melodious songs. In the morning he quietly went away. Thus the young wife saved her husband from the clutches of death. Since then this day of Dhanteras came to be known as the day of "YAMADEEPDAAN" and lamps are kept burning throughout the night in reverential adoration to Yam, the god of death.

Legend of Samudramanthan or Sea Churning
Another legend of Samudramanthan shows that at the time of sea churning or samudramanthan, Lord Dhanwantri appeared in sea with an urn, hence, there is a tradition of buying utensils of this day. It is believed buying utensils or silver increases their count by 13 times. Also, buying seeds of dried coriander and keeping them in house increases wealth. On the day of Diwali, these seeds are sown in garden or farms. These seeds are the symbol of growth and wealth increment in a person’s life.

What to purchase on Dhanteras
In the past few years, the tradition of purchasing utensils and jewellery has become popular on this day. The real significance of Dhan Teras lies in worshipping Lord Dhanvantri so that good health is bestowed on the worshipper and ultimately “Health is Wealth.” The best way to celebrate Dhan Teras apart from worshipping Maa Lakshmi, Kuber Ji, Lord Yama and Lord Dhanvantri is to give any gift to your family doctor or physician. In addition you can purchase small utensil/s of silver/steel/copper as per your need and budget. Please remember that do not purchase a utensil with holes like tea filter.   You can purchase a copper/silver bowl and after puja you can use it for drinking water. If it is a copper utensil you can dip five mukhi rudraksha in it in night and early morning have this water and it will solve your diabetes and blood pressure problem. Alternatively you can bring home the silver idols of Lakshmi and Ganesha which increases wealth, success and growth at house, offices and business organisation.

Dhanteras Pujan
The worship  on Dhanteras should be done in Subh Muhurat. First of all 13 lamps should be lighted and Lord Kuber in the Locker should be worshipped. Lord Kuber is worshipped and offered flowers and it is said that “I worship you Lord Kuber who sits on the best plane similar to Garudamani, holding Gadha in both the hands and wearing crown on head, dear friend of lord Shiva”. After this worship with incense sticks, lamps, Navedha (sweets) and chant the following mantra
'यक्षाय कुबेराय वैश्रवणाय धन-धान्य अधिपतये
धन-धान्य समृद्धि मे देहि दापय स्वाहा '
Auspicious Muhurat for Puja in the Evening
The time of Pradosh Kal,fixed Lagna from 19:05 to 20:08 (07:05 p.m. to 08:08 p.m.) will be the most auspicious for the Pujan of Dhanteras. Auspicious muhurat for shopping on Dhan Teras is after 01.30 p.m. on 11th November 2012.
Method of Deep Daan
In the evening have mitti ka Deepak and fill it with Til oil. Have new cotton in it and lit it. Lit an incense stick also and recite following mantra looking at South Direction:         

‘मृत्युना दण्डपाशाभ्यां कालेन श्यामया सह ।

त्रयोदश्यां दीपदानात्‌ सूर्यजः प्रीयतां मम ॥’
                                 
Now do deep daan and release diyas into water or leave them at pipal tree. 

HAPPY DHAN TERAS

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"Hari Om Tat Sat"

Acharya Vikas Malhotra
Astrologer, Numerologist and Spiritual Healer
{MBA, LLB, FCS, MA (Public Admn), FIII, JYOTISH VISHARAD} 
 lalkitabastro.com