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Gold price in India Today:

Today 22 Carat Gold Price Per Gram in India (INR) 
Gram 22 Carat Gold Today 22 Carat Gold Yesterday Daily Price Change 
1 gram ₹5,120 ₹5,125 ₹-5 
8 gram ₹40,960 ₹41,000 ₹-40 
10 gram ₹51,200 ₹51,250 ₹-50 
100 gram ₹5,12,000 ₹5,12,500 ₹-500

Today 24 Carat Gold Rate Per Gram in India (INR) 
Gram 24 Carat Gold Today 24 Carat Gold Yesterday Daily Price Change 
1 gram ₹5,220 ₹5,225 ₹-5 
8 gram ₹41,760 ₹41,800 ₹-40 
10 gram ₹52,200 ₹52,250 ₹-50 
100 gram ₹5,22,000 ₹5,22,500 ₹-500

Indian Major Cities Gold Rates Today 
City 22 Carat Gold Today 24 Carat Gold Today 
Chennai ₹51,110 ₹55,760 
Mumbai ₹51,200 ₹52,200 
Delhi ₹51,160 ₹55,100 
Kolkata ₹51,990 ₹54,680 
Bangalore ₹49,850 ₹54,380 
Hyderabad ₹51,110 ₹55,760 
Kerala ₹49,350 ₹53,830 
Pune ₹51,200 ₹52,200 
Vadodara ₹51,650 ₹53,250 
Ahmedabad ₹51,650 ₹53,250 
Jaipur ₹51,160 ₹55,100 
Lucknow ₹51,160 ₹55,100 
Coimbatore ₹51,110 ₹55,760 
Madurai ₹51,110 ₹55,760 
Vijayawada ₹51,110 ₹55,760 
Patna ₹51,200 ₹52,200 
Nagpur ₹51,200 ₹52,200 
Chandigarh ₹51,240 ₹55,290 
Surat ₹51,650 ₹53,250 
Bhubaneswar ₹51,110 ₹55,760 
Mangalore ₹49,850 ₹54,380 
Visakhapatnam ₹51,110 ₹55,760 
Nashik ₹51,200 ₹52,200 
Mysore ₹49,850 ₹54,380

Today Silver Price Per Gram/Kg in India (INR) 
Gram Silver Rate Today Silver Rate Yesterday Daily Price Change 
1 gram ₹66.95 ₹67 ₹-0.05 
8 gram ₹535.60 ₹536 ₹-0.40 
10 gram ₹669.50 ₹670 ₹-0.50 
100 gram ₹6,695 ₹6,700 ₹-5 
1 Kg ₹66,950 ₹67,000 ₹-50

Indian Major Cities Silver Rates Today 
City 10 gram 100 gram 1 Kg 
Chennai ₹669.50 ₹6,695 ₹66950.00 
Mumbai ₹669.50 ₹6,695 ₹66950.00 
Delhi ₹669.50 ₹6,695 ₹66950.00 
Kolkata ₹669.50 ₹6,695 ₹66950.00 
Bangalore ₹669.50 ₹6,695 ₹66950.00 
Hyderabad ₹669.50 ₹6,695 ₹66950.00 
Kerala ₹669.50 ₹6,695 ₹66950.00 
Pune ₹669.50 ₹6,695 ₹66950.00 
Vadodara ₹669.50 ₹6,695 ₹66950.00 
Ahmedabad ₹669.50 ₹6,695 ₹66950.00 
Jaipur ₹669.50 ₹6,695 ₹66950.00 
Lucknow ₹669.50 ₹6,695 ₹66950.00 
Coimbatore ₹669.50 ₹6,695 ₹66950.00 
Madurai ₹669.50 ₹6,695 ₹66950.00 
Vijayawada ₹669.50 ₹6,695 ₹66950.00 
Patna ₹669.50 ₹6,695 ₹66950.00 
Nagpur ₹669.50 ₹6,695 ₹66950.00 
Chandigarh ₹669.50 ₹6,695 ₹66950.00 
Surat ₹669.50 ₹6,695 ₹66950.00 
Bhubaneswar ₹669.50 ₹6,695 ₹66950.00 
Mangalore ₹669.50 ₹6,695 ₹66950.00 
Visakhapatnam ₹669.50 ₹6,695 ₹66950.00 
Nashik ₹669.50 ₹6,695 ₹66950.00 
Mysore ₹669.50 ₹6,695 ₹66950.00

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Jewelry Whenever we plan to buy gold or silver ornaments the first thing that we should ensure how purity of gold we are buying.here we providing some signs for check the purity of gold which we are buying.
we should check hallmark before purchase gold/silver jewelry.For this we have to know which components hallmark contains.
BIS standard mark:
BIS hallmark tells that the Hallmarking is done by third party assessor and bears the mark of authenticity.
Halllmark looks like bellow


Purity grade:
Three digit number indicates the purity of gold
999 – 24 karat -100%pure gold too soft for jewelry
958 – 23 karat-hallmark would certify to a purity of 958 per 1000
916 – 22 karat-Popular in certain parts of the world such as India
875 – 21 karat
750 – 18 karat-75%pure Good balance of strength and value
708 – 17 karat
585 – 14 karat-58.5% Good balance of durability and value
12karat-50% Not used for jewelry
417 – 10 karat 41.7% Lowest Gold content that can be legally marked as Gold in the United States
375 – 9 karat
333 – 8 karat
Mark of hallmarking center(Assayer):
Every one must and should check the hallmarking center where the jewelry approved by assayer or marked as jewelry purity.there are different types of hallmarking centers we have.
Year of marking:
Alphabets represents the year of hallmarking of jewellery and is decided by BIS e.g. letter ‘A’ Donates Year 2000, ‘J’ for 2008, ‘N’ for 2010 ,‘M’ for 2011 and ‘N’ for 2012 and so on.
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Jewelers identification mark:
This is the identification mark of the manufacturer/jeweler selling the jewellery.Every manufacturer/jeweler contains different identification mark approached by hallmark center.

Keep three things in your mind if your buying gold/silver:
Look For :- Jewellery Showroom selling BIS Hallmark Jewellery.
Buy:- Hallmark Jewellery only. It assures the mark of purity/fitness.
Ask For: - Cash Memo /Invoice which will help BIS to resolve complaints (if any).
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What is KDM means:

Without soldering hadrly to make jewel so make jewel easy.solder should have a melting temperature lower than that of gold, so just the solder melts and joins gold pieces without affecting the gold parts.In this solder was combination of gold and copper since it allows strong and make easy jewel,this is traditional method to make jewelry.There is no particular ratio for this solder.The purity of solder is very less about 60% or 70%near to22karat gold.For this reason to maintain gold purity instead of copper starting to used cadmium.In solder they used gold 92%,8%cadmium that means solder itself have purity.Such jewellery using cadmium began to be widely known as KDM jewellery.But shortly after the introduction of cadmium, it was banned by BIS as it was found to cause health issues for artisans working with it. After the ban, cadmium was replaced by advanced solders with Zinc and other metals. But the term “KDM” hung on and is still commonly used. So a KDM jewellery means it will have the same purity even when it is melted, as the solder itself has a purity of 92%.
KDM-marked jewellery was banned in many countries. KDM does not stand for quality. Using any type of gold solder either KDM (Cadmium) or other gold solder to make the jewelry does not guarantee the purity of gold, as the purity is a representation of the percentage of gold in any metal. KDM mark is a “statutory warning” against use of jewellery made with cadmium soldering. However, the jewellers often advertise KDM as a quality-mark and sell the jewels at a premium.
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What is the difference between carat and karat:

A carat is an unit of weight for diamonds and other gemstones. One carat is equal to 200 milligrams. To put this in perspective, one pound equals 453 grams, or 453,000 milligrams.

A karat is an weight used to measure the purity of gold. “24 karat” refers to pure gold, which is not often used in jewelry because it is very soft. Gold is usually mixed with other metals to make it harder or modify its color. So if a piece of jewelry is made of metal that is 18 parts gold and 6 parts copper, that is 18-karat gold.
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Sahyamala Dandakam

Sahyamala Dandakam Lyrics With Meaning


Shyamala Dandakam is for all I know the greatest stotra written by Maha Kavi Kalidasa sing the praises of the Mother Goddess - Shyamala. He has employed a poetic style called Dandakam in writing this prayer. Dandakam is a poetry where some of the lines have more than 26 syllables. It very much resembles prose. In this case, the entire Dandakam is a single sentence from start to the end.

Kalidasa was one of the great Sanskrit poets. He wrote many great play like Shakunthalam and great epics like Kumara Sambhavam, Malavikagni mithram, the message poetry called Megha Sandesham etc. He is extremely famous for the use of appropriate similes and metaphors. Shyamala Dandakam is perhaps the greatest stotra written by him eulogizing the mother goddess Shyamala.

 It is estimated that he lived between the 4th and 5th century AD. His biography provides loads of details about his life style and the places he travelled.He wrote epic poems in classical Sanskrit to be utilized for fine arts like dance and music. He stayed at Chandragupta’s palace in Pataliputra (today called Patna). Legends hold that Kalidasa was good-looking, and one of the “nine gems’ in Chandragupta’s court.

There is a folk story about how he came about to write this stotra. He was afoolish wood cutter. The courtiers of a proud princess made him act asa wise man and made the princess marry him. A Great Sage advised the wood cutter to enter in to a temple of Mother Goddess Bhadra Kaali, when she goes out for a walk and lock himself in. When Kali came back, the wood cutter refused to allow her in, unless she makes him wise. She did that. Shyamala Dandakam is supposed to be the first prayer of this wood cutter to Mother Goddess Kaali after he became wise .

Manikhya veenaam upalalayanthim,
Madalasam manjula vaag vilasam,
Mahendra Neela dhyuthi komalangim,
Mathanga kanyam manasa smarami., 

Meaning:
I meditate on the daughter of Matanga,
Who plays the veena made of precious gems,
Who has become lazy due to her exuberance,
Who is blessed with very sweet words,
Who has a pretty mien which shines like the blue gem.

Chathurbhuje Chandra kala vathamse,
Kuchonnathe kumkuma raga sone,
Pundrekshu pasangusa pushpa bana,
Hasthe namasthe jagadaika matha., 

Meaning:
My salutations to that mother of universe,
Who has four hands,
Who wears the crescent as an ornament,
Who has very high breasts,
Who is of the colour of saffron,
And who holds flower, sugar cane, rope, arrow,
The goad and pundareeka in her hands.

Matha marakatha shyama, Mathangi madha shalini,
Kuryath kadaksham kalyani kadambha vana vasini., 

Meaning:
Please bless me with a side long glance,
Oh daughter of sage Mathanga,
Who is my mother,
Who is as green as an emerald,
Who is exuberant,
Who blesses with all that is good,
And who lives in the forest of Kadambha

Jaya Mathanga thanaye, Jaya Neelolpala dhyuthe,
Jaya Sangeetha rasike, Jaya Leela shuka priye., 

Meaning:
Victory to the daughter of Mathanga,
Victory to her who resembles Neelothphala flowers,
Victory to her who enjoys music,
Victory to her who likes the playful parrot.

Dandakam
Jaya janani, 
sudha samudranthar udhuyanmani dheepa samrooda vilwadavi Madhya
Kalpadhruma kalpa kadambha vasa priye, 
krithivasa priye,
sarva loka priye.
Victory to the mother

Meaning:
Who is interested always in living in the forest of Kadamba trees which are similar to the wish giving 

Kalapaka trees and which is in the forest of Vilwa trees and which is situated in the gem island in the sea of nectar,

Meaning:
Who is the consort of Lord Shiva,
Who is the darling of all the world,

Sadararabdha sangeetha sambhavana a sambhrama lola neepasraga badha chooli sanadathrike,
Sanumath puthrike,

Meaning:
Who has her posterior decorated by her dancing hair which has been freed by the raising crescendo of the soulful music,
Who is the daughter of the mountain,

Shekhari bhootha sheethamsu leka mayookhavalibadha susnigdha neelaalaka sreni sringarithe,
Loka Sambhavithe,

Meaning:
Who is extremely pretty with her bluish black hair curls which shine due to the light emanating from the cold crescent which she wears on her head,
Who is respected by all the world,

Kama leela dhanusannibha brullatha pushpa sandoha sandeha krullochane,
Vak sudha sechane,

Meaning:
Who has eye lashes which resemble the flower arrows coming from the playful bow of the God of love,
Who cools down the universe with nectar like words,

Charu gorchana panga keli lalabhirame,
surame, 
rame,

Meaning:
Who is very pretty with her Tilak made of musk,
Who makes all the world happy,
Who is Rama, the goddess Lakshmi,

Prollasad valika moukthika srenika chandrika mandalothbhasi lavanya gandasthalanyatha kasthurika pathra rekha samudbhootha sourabhya sambhrantha brungangana geetha santhree bhavan mantra thanthreesware,
Susware,
Bhasware,

Meaning:
Who is with the charming sound of Veena mixed with appropriate beats, strengthened by the several bees,which rush towards the incenses of the marks of musk made on her pretty necks and the light emanating from the ornaments she wears in her ears made of very precious gems which put to shame the light of the universe of the moon,
Who has very pleasing musical voice,
Who shines with her very pretty features,
Vallaki vadana prakriya lola thali dhala badha thadanga bhoosha viseshanwithe,
Sidha sammanithe,
Who wears the ear ornaments made of palm leaves when she plays the musical instrument called Vallaki,
Who is recognized by great sages,

Divya halamadho dwelahelala sachakshurandholana sri samakshiptha karanaika neelothphale,
poorithasesha lokapi vanchapale,
sreephale 

Meaning:
Who wears ear studs made of neelothphala flowers, whose shine is more than the light of her divine glances that emanate from her very pretty eyes which are red colured because of the divine alcoholic spirits drunk by her,
Who grants all wishes for all people of the world,
Who grants wealth and happiness

Sweda bindulla sathphala lavanya nishyandha sandhoha sandeha krunnasika moukthike, 
Sarva viswathmike,
Kalike,

Meaning:
Who has nose rings, which makes one wonder whether it is made by the perspiration on her pretty forehead which has flown down from there and crystallized on her nose,
Who is the soul of all the world,
Who also assumes the form of Kali,

Mugdha mandasmithodhara vyaktha sphural pooga thamboola karpoora gandolkare,
Jnana mudhrakare,
Sarvasampathkare,
Padmabaswathkare,
Sreekare,

Meaning:
Who has a pretty face which easily showers smiles and which is made by prettier by the areca nut, Thamboola and camphor in her mouth,
Who shows the symbol of jnana(wisdom)
Who has all types of wealth,
Who holds the lotus flower in her hand,
Who grants good blessings,

Kunda pushpa dhyuthi snigdha dantha vali nirmala lola kallola,
Sammelanasmera sona dhare,
Charu veena dhare,
Pakwa bimbha dhare,

Meaning:
Who is having the soft sweet reddish smile which comes in waves from the very pretty set of teeth with its white shine similar to the garland made of white jasmine buds,
Who holds in her hand the pretty Veena,
Who is having reddish lips like the Bimba fruits,

Sulalithayouanarambha chandrayodhvela lavanya dughdarnawavir bhava th kambhu bibhoka bruth kandhare, 
Sathkala mandhire,
Mandhare,

Meaning:
Who is having the bright white conch like neck which has arisen from the ocean of milk at the time of high tide that too at the moonrise of the very pretty new youth,
Who is the personification of all arts,
Who is voluptuous,

Divya rathna prabha banduhrachaanna haaradhi bhoosha samudhyotha mananavadhyanga shobhe,
Shubhe,

Meaning:
Who is having the total blemish less luster created by her shining parts of the body which are decorated by several garlands and ornaments made by holy gems,
Who is the personification of all that is good,

Rathna keyura rasmi chada pallava prollasath dhorlatha rajithe,
Yogibhi poojithe,

Meaning:
Who is pretty because of her two arms which shine like young tendrils decorated by the shining armlets made of umpteen rathnas(gems),
Who is being worshipped by sages,

Viswa ding mandala vyapi manikhya theja spurath kankanalangruthe,
Vibhramalankruthe,
Sadhubhi poojithe,

Meaning:
Who wears bangles, the light of whose gems spread all over the world,
Who is also very pretty because of all that she wears,
Who is worshipped by holy people,

Vasararambha vela samjrumbhamana aravinda prathi dwandwi panidwaye,
Santhothdhyaddhaye,
Adwaye,

Meaning:
Who has two hands which challenge in their beauty the luster of newly opened lotus flowers at the rise of the sun,
Who always rains the shower of mercy,
Who is the one in whom there is no two,

Divyarathnormika dheethithi sthoma sandhyaya mananguli pala vodhyanna khendu prabha mandale,
Sannadha ghandale,
Chith prabha mandale,
Prollasath khundale,

Meaning:
Who has very pretty fingers which has the luster emanating from her nails and which are decorated by several rings studded with very precious jewels which is similar to the luster of the moon,
Who is worshipped lord by Indra, the king being of devas,
Who is surrounded the holy light of God emanating from the cit,
Who wears ear studs which have great luster,

Tharaka jala neekasa haraa valee smera charu sthana bhoga bharanamanmadhya vallee valee schedha veechi samudhyath samullasa sandarsithakara soundarya rathna kare,
Vallevibruthkare,
Kimkara sreekare,

Meaning:
Who is an ocean of beauty due to the three wave like lines which are formed in her middle due to a slight bent caused by her very attractive and heavy breasts which are happily pretty due to the luster of several chains that she wears which resemble a bevy of stars,
Who plays the sacred veena,
Who blesses her devotees with wealth,

Hemakumbhopamothunga vakshoja parava namre,
Trilokavanamre,

Meaning:
Who has a look of humility due to the slight bent caused by her very heavy golden breasts,
Who is being worshipped by all the people of all the three worlds,

Lasadvrutha gambheera nabhee sarastheera saivala sangakara syama romavalee bhooshane,
Manju sambhashane,

Meaning:
Who shines due to pretty greenish black hair which appears like the thin row of water plants surrounding her lake like deep,round and attractive belly button,
Who has a very attractive speech,

Charu sinchath kati soothra nirbarsthinanga leela dhanu sinchineedambare,
Divya rathnambare,

Meaning:
Who defeats the lovely sugarcane bow of the God of love in arousing passionate love by just using the slight shake of her golden belt,
Who wears silk studded with gems,

Padmaraghollasanmekhala moukthi sreni shobajitha swarna bhoo bruthale.
Chandrika seethale,

Meaning:
Who by the shine of the diamond studded bells which are tied to her golden belt and which lessen the beauty of the greenish valley of the Mount Meru,
Who is as cool as the moon light,

Vikasitha navakimsuka thara divyamsuka channa charooru shobha para bhootha sindhoora sonaya manendra matanga hasthargale,
Vaibhavan argale,
Syamale,

Meaning:
Who has very pretty thighs hidden by the holy cloth which is as red as the fully open flowers of palas tree and which defeats the prettiness of the trunk of Iravatha which has the pasting of a saffron coat,
Who has the ever flowing grace without hindrance emanating from her,
Who is a dark beauty,

Komala snighdha neelothpalothpaditha ananga thunnera sangakare dara jangalathe,
Charu leela gathe,

Meaning:
Who has very beautiful knee caps resembling the quiver of the God of love, which is shiningly pretty and made of dark flowers,
Who has very pretty feminine gait,

Namradik pala seemanthini kunthalasnighdha neela prabha punja samjatha durvangurasangi saranga samyoga ringanna khendujjwale,
Projjwale,
Nirmale,

Meaning:
Who has lustrous and the crescent like nails, which are bent and saluted by the wives of the eight lord of directions whose flowing hair is attracted by deer who think is as the luscious grass,
Who has a wholly lustrous mien,
Who is holy and pure,

Prahwa devesa lakshmeesa bhoothesa thoyesa vaneesa keenasa daithyesa yakshesa vayvagni koteera manikhya sangushta bala thapodhama lakshara sarunya tharunya Lakshmi graheethangri padme, 
Supadme,
Ume,

Meaning:
Who has lotus like feet which shine in the light emanating from the crowns of the bent head of Indra, Vishnu, Shiva, Varuna, Brahma, Yama Niryathi, Vaisravana(God of wealth), Vayu, and Agni, which because they are painted red by the plant extracts shines like the reddish rising sun and which are the treasure house of youthful beauty,
Who holds lotus flower in her hands,
Who has the form of Parvathy,

Suruchira navarathna peeta sthithe,
Susthithe,
Rathna padmasane,
Rathna simhasane,
Sankapadmadvayopasrithe,
Vishruthe,

Meaning:
Who sits in the seat made of the nine precious gems,
Who sits prettily,
Who sits on the jeweled lotus flower,
Who sits on the jeweled throne,
Who is being sought by the Conch and the lotus flower,
Who is very famous,

Thathra vignesa durga vatu ksethra palairyuthe,
Matha mathanga kanya samoohanvithe,
Bhairavair ashtabhir veshtithe,

Meaning: 
Who is surrounded by Ganesa, Durga, Bhairava and Kshethra pala,
Who due to her ebbing youthful vigour shines among the girls in the house of mathanga,
Who is surrounded by the eight Bhairavas,

Manjula menakadhyanga namanithe,
Devi vamadhibhi shakthihi sevithe,
Mathurka mandalair mandithe,
Yaksha gandharwa sidhangana mandalair archithe,
Pancha banathmike,
Pancha banenarathya cha sambhavithe,
Preethibhajaa vasanthena chaanandithe,

Meaning: 
Who is being revered by the divine beauties like Manjula and Menaka,
Who is being served by Goddess Durga and Vama deva,
Who is with the eight divine mothers ,
Who is being worshipped by the yakshas, gandarwas and sidhas,
Who is the soul of the arrows of the God of love,
Who is being worshipped by Manmatha(God of love) and his wife Rathi devi,
Who is being worshipped in spring along with love,

Bhakthi baajam param sreyase,
kalpase yoginaam manase dhyothase,
Geetha vidhya vinodhati trushnena krishnena sampoojyase,
Bhakthimaschedasa vedhasa sthooyase,
Viswa hrudhyena vadhyena vidhyadharair gheeyase,

Meaning: 
Who grants great fame to her devotees,
Who from the beginning of the world is being meditated upon by sages,
Who is being worshipped by Lord Krishna a great expert in music,
Who becomes pleased by the power of Vedic chants,
Who is being worshipped by Lord Brahma with devotion,
Who is being worshipped by Vidhyadharas by soulful music made of pretty words,

Sravana harana dakshinakwanaya veenaya kinnarair gheeyase,
Yaksha gandarwa sidhangana mandalair archyase,
Sarva soubhagya vanchavahirvadhudhir suranam samaradhyase,

Meaning: 
Who is being praised by Kinaaras accompanied by soulful music of the Veena,
Who is being worshipped by the women of Yaksha, Gandharwa and Sidha clan,
Who is also being worshipped by all devas with a deep wish to grant them all their desires,

Sarva Vidhya viseshathmakam, chadu gatha samuchaaranam,
Kanda mulolla sadwarna raji thrayam,
Komala syamalo dhara paksha dwayam,
Thunda shobhathi dhoori bhavath kisukam tham shukam,
Lalayanthi parikreedase,

Meaning: 
Who pets and plays with that parrot which is the personification of all knowledge, which keeps on singing pretty songs, which has the shining three lines on its neck in three different colours, which shines with two wings of green colour, which has shining beaks which are more pretty than the Kimsuka flowers,

Pani padmadwaye nakshamalamapi sphatikeem jnanasarathmakam pustakangusam pasa bibrathiyena sanchinthyse,tasya vakthrantharal gadya padyathmika bharathi nissareth, 
Yena vaa yavaka bhakruitheer bavyase tasya vasya bhavanthi sthriya purusha yena vaa sathakumbhadyuthir bhavyase sopi Lakshmi sahasarair parikreedathe,

Meaning: Who when meditated upon as the one who holds the crystal chain in one hand, the knowledge filled book in another ,and the goad and rope in other hands, makes knowledge flow from the devotee’s mouth in the form of prose and poems,
Who when meditated upon as the one who has he reddish colour of dawn similar to the juice of red cotton, makes the devotee attractive to all males and females,
Who when meditated upon as the one who has a golden coloured body grants the devotee all sort of wealth and makes him live happily,

Kinna sidhyedwapu shyamalam komalam Chandra choodanwitham thavakam dhyatha thasya kelivanam nandanam thasya bhadrasanam bhoothalam, thasya gheer devatha kimkari thasya chajnakari sree swayam,

Meaning: Who when meditated upon as prettily greenish lustrous form wearing a crescent on her head, would grant all occult powers to the devotee and make him feel that the ocean is his pool for playing, great gardens are his kitchen gardens, the entire earth appears as his seat, Goddess Saraswathi appears as his servant and Goddess Lakshmi as the one obeys all his orders,

Sarva Theerthathmike,
Sarva mantrathmike,
Srava yantrathmike,
Sarva shakthyathmike,
Sarva peedathmike,
Sarva thathwathmike,
Sarva vidhyathmike,
Sarva yogathmike,
Sarva nadathmike,
Sarva shabdathmike,
Sarva viswathmike,
Sarva vargathmike,
Sarva sarvathmike,
Sarvage, Sarva roope, Jagan mathruke,
Pahi maam, Pahi Maam, Pahi maam,
Devi thubhyam nama, Devi Thubhyam nama. Devi thubhyam nama.

Meaning:
Who is the form of all sacred waters,
Who is the form of all holy chants to god,
Who is the form of all holy and sacred symbols
Who is the form of goddess of female principles,
Who is the form of all sacred platforms,
Who is the form of all philosophy,
Who is the form of all knowledge,
Who is the form of all yoga,
Who is the form of all musical sounds,
Who is the form of all sound,
Who is the form of all universes,
Who is the form of all divisions,
Who is the form of all souls,
Who is everything,
Who has all forms,
Who is the mother of the universe,
Please save me, pleases save me, Pleas save me,
Salutations to the holy goddess,
Salutations to the holy goddess,
Salutations to the holy goddess
Om!

Kadambha is a tree called Nauclea cadamba. It is said to put forth orange, fragrant buds at the roaring of thunder clouds.
blue lotus flower
a stringed instrument similar to the Veena
Betel leaf, lime, and areca nut.

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Even after almost 6 months of COVID-19 outbreak in India and rapidly increasing cases, some people have not been taking the viral disease seriously. According to them, if they are destined to get the virus they will, in any case. If you also think the same, you are highly mistaken. You will contract the virus only if you do not take enough precautions and won’t maintain good personal hygiene. 

During the pandemic, you may be thinking that ordering things online is safe than going out for shopping and you can remain unaffected this way. Though it does reduces your risk of getting the novel virus, you are not 100 per cent safe from getting the disease. To nil even the slightest possibility of being affected by COVID-19, you should abide by certain hygiene rules. Read further to know about them.

Protect yourself and others around you by knowing the facts and taking appropriate precautions. Follow advice provided by your local health authority.

To prevent the spread of COVID-19:

  • Clean your hands often. Use soap and water, or an alcohol-based hand rub.
  • Maintain a safe distance from anyone who is coughing or sneezing.
  • Wear a mask when physical distancing is not possible.
  • Don’t touch your eyes, nose or mouth.
  • Cover your nose and mouth with your bent elbow or a tissue when you cough or sneeze.
  • Stay home if you feel unwell.
  • If you have a fever, cough and difficulty breathing, seek medical attention.
  • Calling in advance allows your healthcare provider to quickly direct you to the right health facility. This protects you, and prevents the spread of viruses and other infections.
What Is Coronavirus (COVID-19)?
At the end of 2019, a new type of coronavirus began making people sick with flu-like symptoms. The illness is called coronavirus disease-19  COVID-19 for short. The virus spreads easily and has now affected people in many countries.

What Are the Signs & Symptoms of Coronavirus (COVID-19)?
The coronavirus (COVID-19) causes a fever, cough, and trouble breathing. Some people have a sore throat. Symptoms are a bit like those people have with a cold or the flu. The virus can be more serious in some people, especially if they are sick or have health problems.

How Does Coronavirus (COVID-19) Spread?
People can catch coronavirus from others who have the virus. Most often, this happens when an infected person sneezes or coughs, sending tiny droplets into the air. These can land in the nose, mouth, or eyes of someone nearby, or be breathed in.

How Is Coronavirus (COVID-19) Treated?
Most people with COVID-19, including children, do not have serious problems. After seeing a doctor, most get better with rest and fluids. People who are very ill get care in a hospital with breathing help, IV fluids, and other treatments.

Protect yourself and others from the spread COVID-19:
You can reduce your chances of being infected or spreading COVID-19 by taking some simple precautions:
  • Regularly and thoroughly clean your hands with an alcohol-based hand rub or wash them with soap and water. Why? Washing your hands with soap and water or using alcohol-based hand rub kills viruses that may be on your hands.
  • Maintain at least 1 metre (3 feet) distance between yourself and others. Why? When someone coughs, sneezes, or speaks they spray small liquid droplets from their nose or mouth which may contain virus. If you are too close, you can breathe in the droplets, including the COVID-19 virus if the person has the disease.
  • Avoid going to crowded places. Why? Where people come together in crowds, you are more likely to come into close contact with someone that has COVID-19 and it is more difficult to maintain physical distance of 1 metre (3 feet).
  • Avoid touching eyes, nose and mouth. Why? Hands touch many surfaces and can pick up viruses. Once contaminated, hands can transfer the virus to your eyes, nose or mouth. From there, the virus can enter your body and infect you.
  • Make sure you, and the people around you, follow good respiratory hygiene. This means covering your mouth and nose with your bent elbow or tissue when you cough or sneeze. Then dispose of the used tissue immediately and wash your hands. Why? Droplets spread virus. By following good respiratory hygiene, you protect the people around you from viruses such as cold, flu and COVID-19.
  • Stay home and self-isolate even with minor symptoms such as cough, headache, mild fever, until you recover. Have someone bring you supplies. If you need to leave your house, wear a mask to avoid infecting others. Why? Avoiding contact with others will protect them from possible COVID-19 and other viruses.
  • If you have a fever, cough and difficulty breathing, seek medical attention, but call by telephone in advance if possible and follow the directions of your local health authority. Why? National and local authorities will have the most up to date information on the situation in your area. Calling in advance will allow your health care provider to quickly direct you to the right health facility. This will also protect you and help prevent spread of viruses and other infections.
  • Keep up to date on the latest information from trusted sources, such as WHO or your local and national health authorities. Why? Local and national authorities are best placed to advise on what people in your area should be doing to protect themselves.
Safe use of alcohol-based hand sanitizers:
To protect yourself and others against COVID-19, clean your hands frequently and thoroughly. Use alcohol-based hand sanitizer or wash your hands with soap and water. If you use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer, make sure you use and store it carefully.
  • Keep alcohol-based hand sanitizers out of children’s reach. Teach them how to apply the sanitizer and monitor its use.
  • Apply a coin-sized amount on your hands. There is no need to use a large amount of the product.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, mouth and nose immediately after using an alcohol-based hand sanitizer, as it can cause irritation.
  • Hand sanitizers recommended to protect against COVID-19 are alcohol-based and therefore can be flammable. Do not use before handling fire or cooking.
  • Under no circumstance, drink or let children swallow an alcohol-based hand sanitizer. It can be poisonous. 
  • Remember that washing your hands with soap and water is also effective against COVID-19.
Leave The Parcel Outside For 24 Hours:
The novel virus is highly contagious and can remain on grocery and other items for multiple hours and even days. Touching them when the virus is active can increase your risk of being COVID-19 positive. So, it is advisable to leave the parcel or the delivery outside for at least 24 hours. If the item inside the package is perishable, get rid of the outer covering right away and wash your hands with soap and water.

Change the Food Container:
If you have ordered food online, make sure you remove the packaging right after taking the delivery. Then wash your hands with soap and water. Now, transfer the food immediately in another container. Again wash your hands with soap and water properly.

Clean The Items:
Throwing the coverings away doesn’t complete your job. Once you bring the goods inside your home, you are advised to clean them properly with soap, water, or cleaning wipes and disinfectants. Vegetables and fruits can be cleaned using plain warm water with chlorine in it.

Less often, people can get infected if they touch an infected droplet on a surface and then touch their own nose, mouth, or eyes.

Is Coronavirus (COVID-19) Dangerous to Children?
There seem to be far fewer cases of the virus reported in children. Most kids with the infection caught it from someone they lived with or a family member. The virus seems to usually cause a milder infection in children than in adults or older people.

Doctors and researchers are working on medicines and a vaccine for coronavirus. Antibiotics can't treat viruses so they won't help with the coronavirus. Medicines for the flu don't work either because the coronavirus is different from the flu virus.

What Teachers and Childcare Providers Can Do:
Preventing the spread of germs will help protect you from COVID-19. Take these steps:

Wash your hands well and often. Wash for at least 20 seconds with soap and water or use hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol.
Try not to touch your eyes, nose, and mouth, especially if you haven't washed your hands.
Many schools and childcare centers are closed during the COVID-19 pandemic. But if you still have children in your care:

Regularly clean and disinfect surfaces and objects that the children touch a lot as required by licensing regulations. Currently, no added steps beyond routine cleaning are needed.
Avoid contact with people who are sick. If a child becomes sick while in your care, keep them separate from the other children while they wait to be picked up. Encourage all families and teachers/childcare providers to stay home if they get sick.
Cover your mouth and nose with a tissue if you sneeze or cough, then throw it out. If you don't have a tissue, sneeze or cough into your elbow, not your hands. Make sure that kids have access to tissues and no-touch trashcans.

How it spreads:
There is currently no vaccine to prevent coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19).
The best way to prevent illness is to avoid being exposed to this virus.
The virus is thought to spread mainly from person-to-person.
Between people who are in close contact with one another (within about 6 feet).
Through respiratory droplets produced when an infected person coughs, sneezes or talks.
These droplets can land in the mouths or noses of people who are nearby or possibly be inhaled into the lungs.
Some recent studies have suggested that COVID-19 may be spread by people who are not showing symptoms.

Everyone Should Wash your hands often:
Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds especially after you have been in a public place, or after blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing.
It’s especially important to wash:
Before eating or preparing food
Before touching your face
After using the restroom
After leaving a public place
After blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing
After handling your mask
After changing a diaper
After caring for someone sick
After touching animals or pets
If soap and water are not readily available, use a hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol. Cover all surfaces of your hands and rub them together until they feel dry.
Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.

Avoid close contact:
Inside your home: Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
If possible, maintain 6 feet between the person who is sick and other household members.
Outside your home: 
  • Put 6 feet of distance between yourself and people who don’t live in your household.
  • Remember that some people without symptoms may be able to spread virus.
  • Stay at least 6 feet (about 2 arms’ length) from other people.
  • Keeping distance from others is especially important for people who are at higher risk of getting very sick.
  • Cover your mouth and nose with a mask when around others
  • You could spread COVID-19 to others even if you do not feel sick.
  • The mask is meant to protect other people in case you are infected.
  • Everyone should wear a mask in public settings and when around people who don’t live in your household, especially when other social distancing measures are difficult to maintain.
  • Masks should not be placed on young children under age 2, anyone who has trouble breathing, or is unconscious, incapacitated or otherwise unable to remove the mask without assistance.
  • Do NOT use a mask meant for a healthcare worker. Currently, surgical masks and N95 respirators are critical supplies that should be reserved for healthcare workers and other first res-ponders.
  • Continue to keep about 6 feet between yourself and others. The mask is not a substitute for social distancing.
Cover coughs and sneezes:
Always cover your mouth and nose with a tissue when you cough or sneeze or use the inside of your elbow and do not spit.
Throw used tissues in the trash.
Immediately wash your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. If soap and water are not readily available, clean your hands with a hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol.

Clean and disinfect:
Clean AND disinfect frequently touched surfaces daily. This includes tables, doorknobs, light switches, counter tops, handles, desks, phones, keyboards, toilets, faucets, and sinks.
If surfaces are dirty, clean them. Use detergent or soap and water prior to disinfection.
Then, use a household disinfectant. Most common EPA-registered household disinfect will work.

Monitor Your Health Daily:
Be alert for symptoms. Watch for fever, cough, shortness of breath, or other symptoms of COVID-19.
Especially important if you are running essential errands, going into the office or workplace, and in settings where it may be difficult to keep a physical distance of 6 feet.
Take your temperature if symptoms develop.
Don’t take your temperature within 30 minutes of exercising or after taking medications that could lower your temperature, like acetaminophen.

Coronavirus COVID-19 Treatment:

Self-care:

If you feel sick you should rest, drink plenty of fluid, and eat nutritious food. Stay in a separate room from other family members, and use a dedicated bathroom if possible. Clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces.

Everyone should keep a healthy lifestyle at home. Maintain a healthy diet, sleep, stay active, and make social contact with loved ones through the phone or internet. Children need extra love and attention from adults during difficult times. Keep to regular routines and schedules as much as possible.

It is normal to feel sad, stressed, or confused during a crisis. Talking to people you trust, such as friends and family, can help. If you feel overwhelmed, talk to a health worker or counselor.

BLOCKING THE VIRUS:

Antiviral drugs can stop viruses such as HIV and hepatitis C from hijacking our cells. Scientists are searching for antivirals that work against the new corona virus.

Remdesivir (Promising evidence):

It stops viruses from replicating by inserting itself into new viral genes. While it didn’t fulfill its original purpose of fighting Ebola and hepatitis C, preliminary data suggests it can reduce hospital stay in severe cases from 15 to 11 days. The latest data also hints that it might reduce death rates among those who are very ill.

Favipiravir (Tentative or mixed evidence):

Favipiravir is a flu drug that blocks a virus’s ability to copy its genetic material. A small study in March indicated that it might clear out the coronavirus from the airway, but results from larger, well-designed clinical trials are still pending.

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Krimi Samhara Suktam-Atharvana Vedam-Germ Killing Mantra

Krimi Samhara Suktam-Atharvana Vedam-Germ Killing Mantra


This is a very powerful manthram in ATHARVA VEDAM.I am very thankful to you for introducing these mantras chanting for the benefit of humanity.Chant this mantras daily for corona virus.

31-krimijambhanam
(1-5 savita.pasavah.tristup,3uparistadviradbrhati,4bhuriganustup)

Indrasya ya mahi drsat krimervisvasya tarhani.
taya pinasmi sam krimin drsada khalva iva...1 ## Av. 2.31.1 ##

Drstamadrstamatrhamatho kururumantrham.
algandunstharvan chalunan krimin vacasa jambhayamasi..2 ## Av. 2.31.2 ##

अल्गण्डून् हन्मि महता वधेन दूना अदूना अरसा अभूवन्।
शिष्टानशिष्टन्नि तिरामि वाचा यथा क्रिमीणाम् नकिरुच्छिषातै॥ 3 Av. 2.31.3

algandun hanmi mahata vadhena duna aduna arasa abhuvan.
shishhtanashishhTanni tirami vaca yatha kriminam nakirucchhishhatai.. ##3 Av. 2.31.3 ##

Meaning:I strike the insects causing itching, with great destructive weapon. All those insects, struck and burnt, have now become lifeless. With the Vaca herb, I destroy the lame one, fast moving and sluggish, so that none of the insects remain alive. -Av. 2.31.3

अवस्कवम् व्यध्वरम्क्रिमीन् वचसा जम्भयामसि॥ Av. 2.31.4

anvankrayam shirshhanyamatho parshhteyam krimin.
avaskavam vyadhvaramkrimin vacasa jambhayamasi.. ## Av. 2.31.4 ##

Meaning:With the vaca herb, I destroy the worms that reside in bowels and intestines, in the head, or in the lungs, and the avaskava and the Bores worms that bounce and cause severe pain. -Av. 2.31.4.

ये क्रिमयः पर्वतेषु वनेष्वोधीषु पशुष्वप्स्वन्तः।
ये अस्माकम् तन्वमाविविशुः सर्वम् तद्धन्मि जनिम क्रिमीणाम्॥ Av. 2.31.5

ye krimayah parvateshhu vaneshhvodhIshhu pashushhvapsvantah.
ye asmakam tanvamavivishuh sarvam taddhanmi janima kriminam.. ## Av. 2.31.5 ##

Meaning:The worms that are found in the hilly regions, in the forests, inside the animals and in waters, and have entered our bodies, I hereby destroy their entire generation. -Av. 2.31.5

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Panchayudha Stotram to Defeat Enemies

Panchayudha Stotram/Mantra to Defeat Enemies


This is most Powerful stotram.Chant these stotras every day.These god vishnu weapons protects us from,in the middle of forest or war or among enemies,or when surrounded by water or fire,or unexpected dangers or during great fears,If the worried man reads this prayer,He would be happy as this provides all round protection.This protects us from unexpected problems or from unexpected persons.Chant this special stotram of five weapons when you are in great trouble or great danger they come to protect you at the right moment and destroy all the things.This is truth. Pray with pure Bhakthi these instruments and loard vishnu. Full of protection layer will be formed around you which can not be destroy.

This prayer is addressed to the five weapons of Lord Vishnu viz:
Holy wheel (Sudarshana),
Conch (Pancha Janya),
Mace(Gomodhakee),
Sword and
Bow(Sarngam).
They are considered to be great sages in the service of Lord Vishnu.

Sudarshana the holy wheel was made by Viswakarma out of the dust from the sawing of the Sun, which was done to reduce his harshness. This became necessary because Viswakarma’s daughter was married to Lord Vishnu.

His conch is Pancha janya. There was an Asura called Panchaja who was hiding himself in a conch. This asura abducted the son of the teacher of Lord Krishna. Lord Krishna waged a war against Panchaja and killed him. He retained the conch for his use. The other orgin of this conch is that it was one of the byproducts of churning the milky ocean.

His mace was made out of the bone of one Rakshasa called Gadha who was the son of sage Kashyapa. It was made by Viswakarma and presented to Lord Vishnu.

His bow Sarnga was supposed to be made by God Brahma and presented to Lord Vishnu.

IN English:
Here is a powerful mantra that forms a protective layer around you. Tried by many people and proven to be successful. Learn and teach to your children as well.

Sphurad sahasrara Shikhadhi theevram,
Sudarshanam Bhaskara koti thulyam,
Suradvisham prana vinasi vishno,
Chakram Sadaham saranam prapadhye., 1

Meaning:I surrender always to the Vishnu’s wheel,
Which is sharper than thousands of flames,
Which is equal to billion suns,
And which takes out the life of Rakshasas.

Vishnor mkhothonila poorithasya,
Yasya dwanir Dhanava dharpa hantha,
Tham Pancha janyam, sasi koto shubhram,
Sankham sadaham saranam Prapadhye., 2

Meaning:I surrender always to Lord Vishnu’s conch,
Which makes sound due to the air from mouth of the Lord,
Whose sound humbles the pride of Rakshasas,
And which shines like billions of moons.

Hiranmayim Meru samana saram,
Koumodhakeem daithya kulaika hanthrim,
Vaikunta vamagra karabhimrushtam,
Gadham sadaham saranam prapadhye., 3

Meaning:I surrender always to Lord Vishnu’s mace,
Which is golden and shines like mount Meru,
Which is Koumodhaki, the destroyer of Rakshasa clans,
And which is lucky to be touched by the left hand of Vishnu.

Raksho uraanaam katinogra kanadach,
Chethakshara sonitha digdha dhaaraam,
Tam Nandakam nama Hare pradeeptham,
Gadgam sadaham saranam prapadhye., 4

Meaning:I surrender always to the sword of Lord Vishnu,
Which is hard, powerful and shines red due to the blood,
Which flows when it cuts the heads of Rakshasas,
And which is called Nandaka and shines in the hand of the Lord.

Ya jjayani nadha sravanath suraanam,
Chethamsi nirmuktha bhayani sadhya,
Bhavanthi daithyasani bana varsha,
Sarngam sadaham, saranam prapadhye., 5

Meaning:I surrender always to the Sarnga bow of Vishnu,
Whose sound heralds victory in the mind of devas,
And whose presence removes the fear from their minds,
By reminding of the arrow down pour against Asuras.

Sasankha chakram sa gadaasi Saarmgam
peetaambaram kaustubha vatsa chihnam
Sriyaa samaetojjvala  Sobhitaamgam
vishnum sadaaham Saranam prapadyae 6

Phala Sruthi (Herald of benefits):
Imam hare Panchayudha nama,
Sthavam padeth yo anudhinam Prabathe,
Samastha dukhani bhayani sadhya,
Papani nasyanthi, sukhani santhi., 7

Meaning:Those who read daily morning,
This prayer to the five weapons of Lord Vishnu,
Would get rid of all their sorrows and fears,
Destroy their sins and establish their pleasures.

Every stotram has a Phala Sruthi when explains the benefit of chanting it.
This is a living proof. For Panchayudha Stotra it is:

Vane, rane, Shathru jalagni madhye,
Yadruchaya Apadsu maha bayesu,
Idham patan stotram anakulathma,
Sukhi bhaved thath krutha sarva raksha., 8

Meaning:In the middle of forest or war or among enemies,
Or when surrounded by water or fire,
Or unexpected dangers or during great fears,
If the worried man reads this prayer,
He would be happy as this provides all round protection.

IN Telugu:

స్ఫురత్ సహస్రార శిఖాతి తీవ్రం సుదర్శనం భాస్కర కోటి తుల్యం
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