Saturday, November 2, 2013

Significance of Naraka Chaturdashi

Today is the auspicious day of Narak Chaturdashi or Choti Diwali; an important and significant day for devote Hindus.  This festival signifies the removal of malefic energies and thoughts form ones being and surroundings. The day is also important from the Tantra point of view, as this day marks the end of evil; symbolized by the Rakshasa Narakasura;also a son of Mother Earth.

The deeper significance of this day is the victory of Good over Evil. Narakasura; the Demon King who ruled the World; symbolizes the World in the grip of Evil and Shri Krishna symbolizes the Good which ultimately destroys evil.

Devote Hindus apply a perfumed paste on their bodies, early in the morning and then have a bath. Then they wear new clothes and offer their prayers and make an offering of Diwali Sweets before the Photos or Idols of their Family Deity; those who do not know about their Kuldevta; make an offering to all the Deities in their Puja Place. The bursting of crackers is the celebration which marks the ultimate destruction of Evil.

Friends; have no doubt in your mind; we live in a World in the Grip of Evil, in this Age of the Kali Yuga. There is still a long way to go before the Narakasuras of the World meet their end. Each Good person will have to be a Krishna himself and not wait for the other one.

Wishing all readers and visitors of this site a very happy and prosperous Diwali; may your dreams and aspirations come true.


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1 comment :

  1. Dear Sir,

    There are a lot of mantras and yantras which you have written, which have to either be recited/prepared on the night of Diwali. But many readers who wish to practise it, won't remember it, so if you don't mind, please can you compile all in one format, like you have prepared a common list "attraction mantras", "money mantras", etc, so the readers can easily read and practise whatever they need to?

    Thanks,
    Raunak.

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