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God of Nature, Just thinks of the Wiccan Lord and Lady including beloved of many non-Wiccan Pagans, a long-haired woman wrapped in vines, fruits and grain, he a man hirsute and burly and surrounded by large, wild mammals. One can imagine Artemis other name called Diana like huntresses, carriers of the moon. Or perhaps Gaea, her swelling belly the Earth itself and wager that nine times out of ten, the deity you first thought a form of a human, but almost certainly created in our image. Also, want to tell you about the forgotten God of Nature, the ones whose stories never written down because their loving things never wrote a word in their lives. I want to tell you about the gods who refused to give up their shapes and vowed never to bow the hubristic human ape. I want to say about the God of Nature underfoot, hidden the trees, nestled in the rocks swift-running currents and ride breezes higher than the cirrus clouds that never soil themselves with the earth. Let me tell a few tales of nameless divinities, all but obliterated by the rise of woman the deities.

God of Nature

God of Nature

The God and Goddess

I sing to the Goddess and God of Nature of the family of Salmon, whose children hurl themselves upon stone every year so that the family may go on. I sing to you of the angelic twin faces; he is strongest, boldest coloring of the spawning male, she the skeletal maw that wants to slay all who mate in the birthing pool. It is who beckons the salmon on madness, even as plunge to their deaths; he it is who urges onward and fills their muscles with strength pulled from every last fiber of being. For several years, the young salmon hear tales of the gods’ irresistible pull, but even the Vehement Naysayers among them who helpless the moment hear divine fate’s song in their bones.

I sing to you of the wind god of the family of Pine, generations furthered by the swift breeze, but who laid low to the ground in the fearsome storm. I sing to you of prayers whispered through clasped needles and released into gentle eddies of air, God merciful in spring storms and winter blizzards, in the autumn night which is chill and the summer squall. For it is the God of Nature decides which line of trees go forth into future, with a capricious wind that carries the pollen safely to the cone–or onto the barren stone to die. And it is the god who brings the trees away from his terrible anger, leaving one standing but snatching a root-mate has an instant away.

I sing to you of the deities of the Dictyostelids slime molds, sexless at once a thousand voices. I sing to you of times hardly when the wood rotted away, the sun bakes the earth, together thrive. The divinities ask for sacrifice, voices more than thousands demand it who die to give life to the others, raises up the generation that they may spread far and wide–these become a part of that sacred host; voices immortalized not in cells but spirit.

The Primary Source

I sing to you of the duotheism of the female fig; the Great Tree Mother fruits shelter tender wasp eggs with the Nematode Demon strikes down the tired egg-layers to feed its spawn. I sing to you of duotheism of male fig wasp to the Dark Goddess. Also confining spheres few male wasps ever escape, and the Seductress calls the males to mate and send issue forth into the world, promising the close thing to the freedom, they will ever know in lives. The Tree and the Nematode, the Fig including the Wasp–their tales whispered as their mother lays their eggs to the young in the cradle, all they will ever know of her.

God of Nature is Creator of clownfish; morning is a God, at noon shines brightly, who in the afternoon is a goddess and also who in the evening lays her eggs, and who night dies, only reborn as a god again at the next dawning. I sing to you of those Pisceans who hold vigil each night, awaiting the return of the Creator with the light, and quitting the troubled who huddle in darkness and quaking faith.

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Varuthini Ekadashi

Varuthini Ekadashi is also identified as Baruthani Ekadashi, which is a Hindu Holy day, which falls on an 11th lunar day of the fortnight of waning moon in the Hindu month of Chaitra as per the South Indian Amavasyant Calendar, every month ends with a  new moon. It falls on the same day in April or May like all the Ekadashis, The God Vishnu’s fifth avatar Vamana, is worshipped during this day. It is the day in which the god Krishna to the King Yudhishthira in the Bhavishya Purana. The Ekadashi will turn a lame person to walk normally. A person observing a pasting on this day will seek the forgiveness for all his sins and even be rewarded with the good fortune and never-ending happiness. It is also believed that the ultimate power of Vaishnava Varuthini Ekadashi is in granting ‘Moksha,’ which is the freedom from the cycle of rebirth and death.

Happy Varuthini Ekadashi 2018

Happy Varuthini Ekadashi 2018

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History of Varuthini Ekadashi

Varuthini Ekadashi has been referred to the Bhavishya Purana. Lord Krishna narrates the relevance of the Varuthini Ekadashi to the King Yudhisthira as he also states that on this auspicious day animals could release themselves from the cycle of birth and death. Similarly, any person suffering from the life-threatening disease could be cured if they pray to Lord Vishnu on Varuthini Ekadashi. Donating to the needy brings luck on the Varuthini Ekadashi. It is also believed that giving one’s daughter in marriage or performing the Kanyadaan is the biggest daan. One should observe a fast and have only one meal and should not eat meat, black gram, red lentil, chickpea, honey, betel nut, paan, and spinach. Eating in Bell metal utensils and eating in someone else’s house is prohibited.

Happy Varuthini Ekadashi 2018

Happy Varuthini Ekadashi 2018

How to Celebrate Varuthini Ekadashi

Celebrating the Varuthini Ekadashi is very simple, as, like all Ekadashis, the God Vishnu is worshipped, On this day particularly his fifth avatar Vamana is worshipped more. You can celebrate this day by praying to God, singing devotional songs and hymns in the company of family members. And you should be restricted to gambling sports, anger, robbery, sleep, lying, being narrow-minded, exercise, brushing one’s teeth, smearing oil on one’s body, shaving one’s head, face or body, and saying something bad about others. And should stop from violence and any sexual activity. It is said to be protected from all harm and evil and gain good fortune. Following all these rules Varuthini Ekadashi is believed to receive prosperity name and fame to the individual in the society.

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Shab E-Miraj

Shab e-Miraj is also called as sra and Mi’raj or Al-Isra’ Wal Miraj, which marks the night that Allah took Mohammad from Mecca to Jerusalem and even to heaven. It is the day which is celebrated by the Muslims all over the world including the mid-east, Australia, Indonesia, Canada, United  States and the United Kingdom. It is a holiday which is observed on the 27th day of the month of Rajab-which is the seventh month of Islamic calendar or between the April and May of the Gregorian Calendar. In this year 2018, the Shab E-Miraj is celebrated on the April 13th. It is one of the main festivals which is observed by the Muslims.

Happy Shab E-Miraj 2018

Happy Shab E-Miraj 2018

History of Shab E-Miraj

The origin of Shab e-Mirah can be traced back to the Quran. From there you can find the events of Istra and Mi’raj. Due to the only reference in the Quran. It is not discussed in greater detail until Hadith Literature supplemented this writing. Based on the Islamic tradition the Shab-e-Miraj is the “Night of Ascent.” and This is when the Prophet Mohammad is believed to have the transcended his spiritual form to become close to Allah and achieve the spiritual state, which the humans could never fully understand.

Happy Shab E-Miraj 2018

Happy Shab E-Miraj 2018

How to Celebrate Shab E-Miraj

Shab E-Miraj is one of the most peaceful night throughout the year. It holds up the meaning to pray, acknowledge of Allah the Almighty, which results to be good or bad, ways to get a place in the Heaven, etc., It is believed that the Allah helps themselves who pray the whole night. Especially Muslimes pray to get rid of all past sins and blessed upon on that night. It is expected for every Muslim should pray even a single moment to be grateful to the God. Celebrating the Shab E-Miraj is entirely related to the spiritual one, all you have to do is pray for the day!

Happy Shab E-Miraj 2018

Happy Shab E-Miraj 2018

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Happy Shab E-Miraj 2018

Happy Shab E-Miraj 2018

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Happy Baisakhi 2018 | Images, Festivals, Essay, Wishes, Quotes

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Happy Baisakhi 2018

Happy Baisakhi 2018: Baisakhi festival falls on April 14th and marks the beginning of the solar year. People in North India, especially in Punjab thank God on this day for good harvest. The processions and the traditional performances are the highlights of the day. Baisakhi has particular significance for the Sikhs as on this day in 1699, their tenth Guru Gobind Singh Ji orga. It is named after the New Year according to the solar calendar followed in Punjab. It is celebrated on the first day of the month of Solar Calendar. The Sikhs and Hindu Punjabis celebrate it, but the significance of this festival is different for both of these communities. Baisakhi is celebrated with great enthusiasm and vigor. Villages, Cities, and towns will be decorated with the lively look with the colorful flags. Particular folk song and dance performances are organized on this day.

Happy Baisakhi 2018

Happy Baisakhi 2018

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History of Baisakhi

The History of Baisakhi can be traced back to the year 1567. Guru Amar Das was standardized the day as a day of togetherness among Sikhs. On the same day in 1699, Guru Gobind Singh authorized the Khalsa Panth or the “Order of the Pure Ones.” He also provided the title of Panj Pyare to five volunteers who were ready to sacrifice their lives for their Guru. Then they also eliminated the caste differences in the Sikh Community. Baisakhi was named after the New Year according to the solar calendar, which is followed in Punjab. Both Hindu and Sikh communities celebrate this day with their own beliefs about the festival. According to the Hindus, it is also believed that the Goddess Ganga came to the earth on Baisakhi. This day is celebrated as to honor as well as the members of the Hindu community by visiting the holy centers around the Ganges.

Happy Baisakhi 2018

Happy Baisakhi 2018

Baisakhi is also considered as an important day for the farmers as it has the harvest season. In that season the crops are harvested with great joy as it symbolizes the year has ended on the happy note. This eco-cultural significance of the Baisakhi is related to the farmers of the religion they follow.

How to Celebrate Baisakhi

The celebration of Baisakhi Day can be made in two types, and One belongs to the Sikh community and the other to the farming community in Punjab.

Baisakhi Celebrations by the Sikh Community
It is considered as the day of religious devotion, men, women, and children wake up before the dawn,  and take a bath, wear new clothes and visit the neighborhood Gurudwara, where they provide different prayers. After the presentation of religious songs and speeches, kada Prashad (sweetened semolina) will be distributed to all the devotees. The biggest Gurudwaras in Punjab has seen the most significant number of devotees on this day.

Happy Baisakhi 2018

Happy Baisakhi 2018

Baisakhi Celebrations by the Farming Community

Just like the Sikh community, Baisakhi celebrations begin early in the village as well. Men and women will be worn vibrantly colored clothes and go singing and dancing towards the fields. The day will be colorful to see, where men and women perform Punjab’s folk dance performances, Bhangra and Gidda. Apart from the folk dance performances, sessions of wrestling and kabaddi matches are also organized.

Happy Baisakhi Wishes & Messages

Happy Baisakhi 2018

Happy Baisakhi 2018

  1. “I express my heartiest wishes to you and your family on the wonderful occasion of Baisakhi. May this be the start of a lucky year ahead!” – Happy Baisakhi!
  2. “May this celebration of Baisakhi give your life a new beginning. May give you a positive way of living and above all.” – Happy Baisakhi!
  3. “May you get showered with blessings of God while you walk on a path of truth.” – Happy Baisakhi!
  4. “May you come up as bright as Sun, as cool as water and as sweet as honey. Hope this Baisakhi fulfills all your desires and wishes.” – Happy Baisakhi!
  5. “I wish you a very Happy Baisakhi. May Wahe Guruji accept your good deeds and convey all the years full of love and happiness.” – Happy Baisakhi!
  6. “It’s Baisakhi! So get into the joyful mood and let your heart dance to the rhythm of the drums.” – Happy Baisakhi!
  7. “May the joyful festival of Baisakhi usher in good times and happiness that you so rightly deserve.” – Happy Baisakhi!
  8. “May this Baisakhi carry prosperity of luck and oceans of delight in your life.” – Happy Baisakhi!
  9. “Hope this harvest season brings never-ending joy and prosperity to you and your family. Wishing you a very happy and prosperous” – Baisakhi!
  10. “May this special day of Baisakhi hold in store- the fulfillment of all hopes and dreams that you desire for.” – Happy Baisakhi

Happy Baisakhi Quotes

  1. “It’s Baisakhi! The time to harvest the ripening Rabi crop. So get into the festive mood and let your heart dance to the rhythm of the drums.” – Happy Baisakhi!
  2. “Happy Baisakhi to all my friends. May Wahe Guruji bless all souls with happiness and long life.” – Happy Baisakhi!
  3. “Happy Baisakhi to all my beloved Punjabi brothers and sisters. May you all have a very wonderful day, full of joy and happiness.” – Happy Baisakhi!
  4. “Happy Baisakhi to all my Sikh brothers and sisters. I hope celebrations of the day are as colorful and cheerful for you as ever.” -Happy Baisakhi!
  5. “Happy Birthday to Khalsa. A reminder to forever stand up, speak up and fight against injustice.” – Happy Baisakhi!
  6. “Happy Baisakhi to all friends. I hope celebrations of the day are as colorful and joyous for you as ever.” – Happy Baisakhi!
  7. “May the cheerful festival of Baisakhi usher in good times and happiness that you so rightly deserve. Have a wonderful day.” – Happy Baisakhi!!
  8. “May this special day of Baisakhi hold in a store the fulfillment of all hopes and dreams that you aspire for. Have a joyous Baisakhi.” – Happy Baisakhi!
  9. “May your Baisakhi be blessed with the bounty of the season and harvest of joy and prosperity.” – Happy Baisakhi!
  10. “I wish you a very Happy Baisakhi. May Wahe Guruji accept your good deeds, bring all the years full of love and contentment” – Happy Baisakhi!

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Happy Baisakhi 2018

Happy Baisakhi 2018

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Happy Baisakhi 2018

Happy Baisakhi 2018

Happy Baisakhi 2018

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