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7 hours ago, mahanpaapi said:

Is it not on 26th?

You are right. I apologize to the Sangat for the error.

Daas received a message from a Nanaksar Hazuri Ragi. The message said that the Sampat Path (in remembrance of Pooranmashi) will begin today and the bhog will be on Aug.26, 2018.

Once again, sorry about that.

 

Bhul chuk maaf

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Paapiman ji what is the benefits or significance of Pooranmashi?

The prayer list on the first page, we can choose one of those and perform it? Eg. Mool mantar. Just 6 malas daily for 30days? And what was written in the book about the benefits of such amount of prayers. Thanks.

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4 hours ago, Jageera said:

Paapiman ji what is the benefits or significance of Pooranmashi?

The prayer list on the first page, we can choose one of those and perform it? Eg. Mool mantar. Just 6 malas daily for 30days? And what was written in the book about the benefits of such amount of prayers. Thanks.

Please read below:

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Fasting

The Vedas state that as full moon and no moon may have some influence on the human body this is exactly why on these days people are told to fast and this will ensure that the acidic content in their blood is reduced. Doing puja on a no moon and full moon day can also ensure that the people attain peace of mind and become calm. The vedas stated that the change in the shape of moon leads to the change in the gravitational pull that every man in earth experiences. This is exactly why people tend to behave weird and short tempered don this day. If they stay involved in puja then they may not feel this change. Even modern medical science will tell you that this theory is not exactly false. People who suffer from mental disorder tend to become more excited on Amavasya and Poornima. It is good to find scientific explanation about our traditions it makes us belive in them more.

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[1] - http://www.metaphysics-knowledge.com/miscellaneous/importance-of-amavasya-and-poornima.html/

 

Bhul chuk maaf

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13 hours ago, paapiman said:

Please read below:

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Fasting

The Vedas state that as full moon and no moon may have some influence on the human body this is exactly why on these days people are told to fast and this will ensure that the acidic content in their blood is reduced. Doing puja on a no moon and full moon day can also ensure that the people attain peace of mind and become calm. The vedas stated that the change in the shape of moon leads to the change in the gravitational pull that every man in earth experiences. This is exactly why people tend to behave weird and short tempered don this day. If they stay involved in puja then they may not feel this change. Even modern medical science will tell you that this theory is not exactly false. People who suffer from mental disorder tend to become more excited on Amavasya and Poornima. It is good to find scientific explanation about our traditions it makes us belive in them more.

Unquote[1]

[1] - http://www.metaphysics-knowledge.com/miscellaneous/importance-of-amavasya-and-poornima.html/

 

Bhul chuk maaf

OK thanks.

What about the prayer list on the 1st page? EG if I choose to do mool mantar 6 malas daily for 30 days,is there any specific maryada etc to follow or can I just sit and read as usual?

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