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The name 'Durga' is a two lettered mantra and performing its japa is highly beneficial. In Maya-Tantra, 5-th Patala Shiva tells its benifits: धन्यं यशस्यामायुष्यं प्रजापुष्टिविवर्द्धनम्‌। सहस्त्रनामाभिस्तुल्यं दुर्गानामवरानने॥3॥ Reciting the Durga nama provides wealth, success and longevity. It gives Santanik-Sukha (offspring), and its equal to one ...


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This is from Kularnav Tantra about characteristics of Kaula guru, but it can still help in identifying real Guru. The characteristics of a true Guru is told by Lord Shiva. It is as follow: "O Paramesani! And the Guru himself, is one who is clean of apparel; charming; endowed with all features; perfect limbed; knowing the truth of all Agamas, the ...


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As you may already know, in Hinduism Dharma is represented as a Bull having four feet. In Krita Yuga, the Bull has its four legs intact. So, Dharma is fully functional in that age. In Treta the Bull has 3 legs, in Dwapara 2 and finally in Kali Yuga the Dharma-Bull is standing on just one leg. In other words the Bull barely can stand and Dharma falls apart in ...


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The first one is ordinary, it can be chanted and is taught to kids as well. The second mantra that you have stated is not what the website claims to be. It is the Guru Paduka Mantra, given at the time of intiation itself. Rudryamal Tantra : Along with the mantra given (the Mool mantra) , the Guru paduka mantra is also given in the Diksha. Only After ...


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That the Yugas are primarily dependent on the character and outlook of an individual is made clear in Vedic texts such as Aitareya Brahmana. As society and the nation is made up of individuals, the whole society and nation will move into Krita Yuga or Kali Yuga depending on whether individuals are themselves in the mentality of Krita Yuga or Kali Yuga. The ...


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