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    Apr/May 2024
    2081 Baishakh
    May 10, 2024
    वैशाख शुक्ल तृतिया
    Akshaya Tritiya Vrata/Parshuram Jayanti/Mahila Jyotish Sangh Sthaapana Diwas
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    Akshaya Tritiya Vrata/Parshuram Jayanti Special Audio

    Akshaya Tritiya: The Sattu Day
    What is Akshaya Tritiya?

    Akshaya Tritiya falls in the Tritiya Tithi of Sukla Paksha of Baishakha month, Baisakha translates to a churning stick, every festival which falls in this month advocates for the purity and spiritual awakening. Akshaya means something that is beyond the process of eroding, which cannot be destructed, results of the activities performed in this day do not diminish, and good works commenced on this day will summon manifold divine results.

    Importance of Akshaya Tritiya?

    It's an auspicious day for the Hindu and Jain community. Utmost wishes that everyone may cultivate spiritual strength on this auspicious day, this day is also commemorated by the reading of scriptures, special pujas, the family deity worship (Ishta Deb), charities, offering homage to one's ancestors, associated with devotees, feeding Brahmins and poor by organizing Bhandara (Community fiesta) and watering and planting trees. All these activities result in the endurance of material opulence and spiritual awakening.

    Akshaya Tritiya as a Sattu day.
    Normally Akshaya Tritiya also marks the birthday of Lord Parshuram as Chiranjeevi Tritiya. Akshaya Tritiya has a peculiar tradition in Nepal, this is called a Sattu day too. Well, let me explain this ancient beverage today, this is a nutritious mix of ground pulses and cereals. Literally, anything roasted and ground into a fine powder is called Sattu, this typical Sattu is made of barley, chickpea, and other grains and mixed with sugar and water. This is an easy to carry, easy to digest and sturdy food, from the context of Krishna and Sudama to the ancient times and various stages of human civilization, it has been customary to take Sattu on a journey.

    Importance of this Tithi
    The Satya Yuga was formally started from today's Tithi, while the Dwapar Yuga ended immediately after the end of the Mahabharata Yuga and the Treta Yuga also began in this Tithi. This is such an auspicious day that Lord Mahadeva and mother Parwati also got married in this holy day, writer VedaVyas also started to write "Mahabharata" from this day, if you also have any plans to start with, manifest an eternal commitment and give a power punch starting to it.

    Inexhaustible love of Patro Patro to its users in Akshay Tritiya.
    Parshuram Jayanti: Birth anniversary of Lord Parshuram

    Who is Lord Parshuram?
    Hindu mythology defines Lord Parshuram as the sixth avatar of Vishnu upon this planet. Parshuram Jayanti is commemorated to honor the birth anniversary of Lord Parshuram. Lord Parshuram was born in the Tritiya tithi of Baisakh Shukla paksha, he was the son of Raja Prasenjit's daughter Renuka and Bhrigu's dynasty's Jamadagni. Parshuram is known for his indisputable devotion towards lord Shiva, Parashurama is also recognized for his immense knowledge and artillery making skills.

    According to legends, he fought big wars 21 times in favor of the truth to establish righteousness. Even before Lord Rama arrived on the planet, immortal Parshuram arrived on this planet as an incarnation of Lord Vishnu. Because immortal parshuram was born in this tithi, this Tritiya tithi is also called "Chiranjivi Tithi", Chiranjivi translates immortal. A true follower of patriarchy, Parshuram is the only ancient character who is beyond the circle of life and death according to Srimad Bhagwat Geeta. Parshuram is the engineer of ancient times, the architect of the artistic and physical infrastructure.

    All the ancient villages and towns of the Indian subcontinent are built according to his plan and art.

    The present-day remains of the ancient city of Dwarika found in the middle of the sea during excavations, and its relevant and scientific structure also explains Parashuram's contribution to scientific development since ancient times. By the grace of this immortal Parashuram, May truth and art skills are firmly developed in the lives of all of us, best wishes to all.

    Mahila Jyotish Sangh Sthaapana Diwas
    Sudha Bhattarai Banskota of Kirtipur Salyanstahn is involved in the astrology profession. In her opinion, after taking this profession, she was able to observe society more closely and her self-satisfaction increased by researching things in the world of life.

    Sudha will serve in this profession for the rest of his life, as she has both a profession according to his interests and a satisfactory income. There are many women astrologers like Sudha all over Nepal, and the number and participation of women astrologers are increasing day by day.

    Although times are changing, people's interest in and faith in traditional science has never decreased. For auspicious events such as marriage, fasting, house entry, laying the foundation of a new house, or seeking astrology consultation for planetary transits, Nepalis are also very interested in newspaper horoscopes and radio-television astrology programs.

    Apart from this, professional astrologers are being established as a whole, who can eliminate people's curiosity by studying astrology. Some astrologers may not have time to meet for the next six months. And along with these things, many women make astrology their profession.
    The participation and leadership of women in the profession of astrology have been very low since ancient times. But in recent times, the leadership of women in astrology has increased.

    Suyog Dhakal

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