Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Tibet-mythological heaven

Tibet has been an important centre of budhism and hinduism. Tibet is a plateau with an average elevation of 4,900 metres. The monestaries in tibet are important centres of meditation. Tibet is presently under the rule of China. China is exploiting the resourses of tibet at a davastating rate.Still the people of tibet are doing every step to Establish their own nation.Some photos of tibet are:
Cultural/historical Tibet (highlighted) depicted with various competing territorial claims.

Monday, February 20, 2012

Choco -Lava Cake

Choco lava cake is infact an underbaked cake so that the inner portion is still liquid which oozes out when . Recipe: Chocolate Lava Cake eaten


  1. 2 large eggs+ egg-yoke of 1 egg
  2. 5oz. dark chocolate
  3. 3tbsp. sugar
  4. 1/2 tsp. baking powder(if needed)
  5.  3tbsp. all purpose flour
  6. 3tsp. cocoa powder \
  7. Butter 5oz.

    PROCEDURE: heat dark chocolate and butter over a double boiler and mix evenly.whisk eggs in a large bowl with sugar and whisk till the mixture is yellow in colour.Now mix chocolate-butter mixture in the egg-sugar mixture and whisk again for 3-4 minutes.   In another bowl sift in flour,cocoa and baking powder 2 times and then put into the bowl .  fold the mixture gently and pour the batter into ramekins. Bake for 12 minutes and the DELICIOUS choco-lava cake is ready.

               ----------------   ENJOY-------------

Saturday, February 18, 2012

Mantras in Hindu Dharm

A saying from the Vedas claims that "Speech is the essence of humanity." All of what humanity thinks and ultimately becomes is determined by the expression of ideas and actions through speech and its derivative, writing. Everything, the Vedas maintain, comes into being through speech. Ideas remain unactualized until they are created through the power of speech. Similarly, The New Testament, Gospel of John, starts "In the beginning was The Word. And the Word was with God and the Word was God..."
In mainstream Vedic practices, most Buddhist techniques and classical Hinduism, mantra is viewed as a necessity for spiritual advancement and high attainment. In The Kalachakra Tantra, by the Dalai Lama and Jeffrey Hopkins, the Dalai Lama states, "Therefore, without depending upon mantra...Buddhahood cannot be attained."
Clearly, there is a reason why such widely divergent sources of religious wisdom as the Vedas, the New Testament and the Dalai Lama speak in common ideas. Here are some important ideas about mantra which will enable you to begin a practical understanding of what mantra is and what it can do.

Definition # 1: Mantras are energy-based sounds.

Definition #2: Mantras create thought-energy waves.

Mantras start a powerful vibration which corresponds to both a specific spiritual energy frequency and a state of consciousness in seed form. Over time, the mantra process begins to override all of the other smaller vibrations, which eventually become absorbed by the mantra. After a length of time which varies from individual to individual, the great wave of the mantra stills all other vibrations. Ultimately, the mantra produces a state where the organism vibrates at the rate completely in tune with the energy and spiritual state represented by and contained within the mantra.
At this point, a change of state occurs in the organism. The organism becomes subtly different. Just as a laser is light which is coherent in a new way, the person who becomes one with the state produced by the mantra is also coherent in a way which did not exist prior to the conscious undertaking of repetition of the mantra.

Definition #3: Mantras are tools of power .

They are formidable. They are ancient. They work. The word "mantra" is derived from two Sanskrit words. The first is "manas" or "mind," which provides the "man" syllable. The second syllable is drawn from the Sanskrit word "trai" meaning to "protect" or to "free from." Therefore, the word mantra in its most literal sense means "to free from the mind." Mantra is, at its core, a tool used by the mind which eventually frees one from the vagaries of the mind.

Statements About Mantra

  1. Mantras have close, approximate one-to-one direct language-based translation.If we warn a young child that it should not touch a hot stove, we try to explain that it will burn the child. However, 
  2. Definitions of mantras are oriented toward either the results of repeating the mantra or of the intentions of the original framers and testers of the mantra.In Sanskrit, sounds which have no direct translation but which contain great power which can be "grown" from it are called "seed mantras." Seed in Sanskrit is called "Bijam" in the singular and "Bija" in the plural form. Please refer to the pronunciation guide on page 126 for more information on pronunciation of mantras.
    Let's take an example. The mantra "Shrim" or Shreem is the seed sound for the principle of abundance (Lakshmi, in the Hindu Pantheon.) If one says "shrim" a hundred times, a certain increase in the potentiality of the sayer to accumulate abundance is achieved. If one says "shrim" a thousand times or a million, the result is correspondingly greater.

  3. Mantras have been tested and/or verified by their original framers or users
  4. Sanskrit mantras are composed of letters which correspond to certain petals or spokes of chakras in the subtle body.
  5. Mantras are energy which can be likened to fire.
  6. Mantra energizes prana.
Mantras eventually quiet the mind.

  • SOME Basic Mantras are
  • Shri Ganesha Shloka

    vakratu.nDa mahaakaaya koTisuuryasamaprabha |
    nirvighnaM kuru me deva sarvakaaryeshhu sarvadaa 

    Shri Vishnu Mantra


    Navgraha Mantra

    Surya : Om hram hreem hroum sah suryaya namah

    Chandra : Om shram sreem shraum sah chandraya namah

    Mangala : Om kram kreem kroum sah bhaumaya namah

    Budha : Om bram breem broum sah budhaya namah

    Guru : Om jhram jhreem jroum sah gurave namah

    Shukra : Om dram dreem droum sah shukraya namah

    Shani : Om pram preem proum sah shanaischaraya namah

    Rahu : Om bhram bhreem bhroum sah rahave namah

    Ketu : Om shram shreem shroum sah ketave namah


    Maha Mrityunjaya Mantra

    OM. Tryambakam yajamahe
    Sugandhim pushti-vardhanam
    Urvarukamiva bandhanan
      Mrityor mukshiya mamrtat
    ॐ  नमः शिवाय 

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