Lord Vishnu killing mother of Sukraacharya is also mentioned in Padma Puran Brahma Khanda Chapter 57.
Speaking thus to one another, they who were frightened, took the shelter of Kavya's mother. She too granted them
"Do not be afraid; give up your fear, O demons. Remain with me; (then) you will have no fear."
Gods then ...
Because every Brahmin does aachman in the name of Vishnu
That is obviously not true.
First of all, the Smarta achamana, which is prescribed in Manu Smriti and several other Smritis, does not require any mantras to be chanted. Simply sipping the water is sufficient.
And, since Smritis talk only about Vedic rituals, so we can conclude in Vedic rituals this ...
The Devi Bhagavata Purana (Book 9; Chapter 4) talks about a particular Saraswati Mantra.
During different times the Mantra is said to have been imparted by various Gurus to their respective disciples.
Besides all should worship the Devî Sarasvatî on the day of
commencement of education and every year on the S’ûkla Panchamî day of
the month of Mâgh. ...
This story is told in this chapter of Vishnu Purana:
Kings of the lunar dynasty. Origin of Soma, or the moon: he carries off Tárá, the wife of Vrihaspati: war between the gods and Asuras in consequence: appeased by Brahmá. Birth of Budha: married to Ilá, daughter of Vaivaswata. Legend of his son Pururavas, and the nymph Urvaśí: the former ...
Hindu scriptures doesn't mention at all about anything who closely resembles an Islamic Allah.
Theologically, Allah could be equated to Brahman, the Hindu supreme God. But the comparison fails after this point. Brahman is called'Shunya' (emptiness), 'Purna' (infinity) or even simply the pronoun'It'. Hindu Brahman is the all pervasive, genderless, infinite, ...
According to Hinduism, Allah is Lord Shiva.
Allah is the one who never takes birth. In Hinduism Lord Shiva never takes birth. Allah is amorphous and Shiva Lingam in Hinduism is the symbol that Lord Shiva is lacking in shape or shapeless. Allah is the creator and destroyer and Lord Shiva is the eternal seed of all the things. He is creator, operator and ...
Sriguru Shukraacharya was from the lineage of Great Maharshi Bhrigu. Hence he was called "bhArgava". Bhargava pravara is related to many gotras. I am posting the gotras which have bhargava pravara so that it can help you in finding the right gotra. Bold are the gotras and next to them are the pravara. Most probably the first one would be your gotra. But ...
No, there is no mention of Allah in any Hindu scriptures. Hindu scriptures are believed to be thousands year old and Islam as a religion came much later. So, don't believe whoever tells such things.
Whether it is Iswar, Allah, God; all refers to the same Supreme lord who creates this world to live in harmony and be His true reflection.
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in brhattantrasāra :
"oṃ tatsaviturvareṇyaṃ tryambakaṃ yajāmahe sugandhiṃ
puṣṭivarddhaṇaṃ bhargo devasya dhīmahi urvārukamivabandhanāt
dhiyo yo naḥ pracodayāt (mṛtyormukṣīyamāmṛtāt)"
Here is a link where you can get the story:-
He was one of the sons of sage Bhrigu and his wife Khyati and thus the grandson of Lord Brahma. When they were young, Shukra and Brihaspati studied under the same guru, Sage Angirasa, who also happened to be Brihaspati's father. Shukra was known to be more knowledgeable than Brihaspati. ...
Certainly he was a rishi of great caliber. He did one of the most difficult penance ever and thus obtained the great vidya of immortality directly from lord Shiva. This puts him in the category of highest seers.
Ushanas is the name of a Vedic rishi with the patronymic Kāvya (descendant of Kavi, AVŚ 4.29.6), who was later identified as
Ushanas Shukra. He is ...
Let me make it simple for you. Completely forget that Allah is an Islamic origin name. Think of your Ishta or your favourite deity and imagine you are calling him Allah out of love. I would suggest to everyone who have submitted their own answers here to not think of Islam when explaining yourself and not to take this question very literal. Very big saints ...
Also,this story is mentioned in Uttara Ramayana as told by Sage Durvasa to King Dasaradha when he queried about Lord Rama's future.Later this part is narrated to Lakshmana by Sumantra on being asked why Rama had to forsake Seetha.