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The Yoga of Snakes and Arrows- The Leela of Self-Knowledge

Play  a 5,000 year-old ancient game, the original snakes and ladders, And find out where you are stuck in your spiritual path. The Game will talk to you! Re-introduced to India by the 13th Century Saint, Gyandeva.Author of current book in English is Harish Johari, mystic and tantric from Bareilly.A guide to observation of the inner self through the ancient Indian game of Leela • Comes complete with foldout game board and commentary for the 72 spaces • Mirrors the path of obstacles and insights one encounters in self-development • Repeated play offers lessons in self-understanding Chutes and Ladders, the popular children’s game, is derived from the ancient Hindu game Leela, or Snakes and Arrows, which charts the ups and downs of the soul’s path toward reunion with the Infinite. Snakes and Arrows was designed by the seers and saints of India as a tool for understanding the relationship of the individual self to the Absolute Self. For thousands of years the 72 spaces on this game board have enabled players to chart the paths that represent the course of their lives. Each space represents a virtue or a vice, an aspect of consciousness, or a plane of reality and is accompanied by a commentary explaining its meaning. The player’s progress on the board is dictated by the fall of a die corresponding to the forces of karma. Repeated encounters with the snakes and arrows on the board reveal the full meaning of the commentaries and can give shape to habitual patterns of the player, resulting in greater self-understanding and even a gradual detachment from the ego’s delusions. The Yoga of Snakes and Arrows assists the seeker through the stages and trials of self-development, mirroring both the obstacles of karma and the rewards of self-obtained insight. There is really only one game in life and that is Leela, the game of self-knowledge and the universal play of cosmic energies...

Rs. 499.00

Aaratis

Jai Jai Saraswati Mata Aarti: Saraswati Aarti is a popular Aarti or special prayer devoted to Hindu Goddess, Saraswati. Aarti is a worship ritual in which a light lamp is circulated clockwise around the idol or image of a deity and a song is sung in praise of the deity. Jai Ganesh Deva: Jai Ganesha  Deva is a popular Aarti or special prayer devoted to Hindu God, Ganesha. Aarti is a worship ritual in which a light lamp is circulated clockwise around the idol or image of a deity and a song is sung in praise of the deity. Jai Shivomkara: Jai Shiv Omkara is a popular Aarti or special prayer devoted to Hindu God, Shiva. Aarti is a worship ritual in which a light lamp is circulated clockwise around the idol or image of a deity and a song is sung in praise of the deity. Om Jai Jagdish Hare: Om Jai Jagdish Hare is a popular Aarti or special prayer devoted to Hindu God, Vishnu. Aarti is a worship ritual in which a light lamp is circulated clockwise around the idol or image of a deity and a song is sung in praise of the deity. Jai Ambey Gauri Aarti: Aarti Ambe Gauri is a popular Aarti or special prayer devoted to Hindu Goddess, Durga. Aarti is a worship ritual in which a light lamp is circulated clockwise around the idol or image of a deity and a song is sung in praise of the deity. Aarti Kije Hanuman Lala Ki: Hanuman Aarti is a popular Aarti or special prayer devoted to Hindu moneky-faced God, Hanuman. Aarti is a worship ritual in which a light lamp is circulated clockwise around the idol or image of a deity and a song is sung in praise of the deity. Aarti Kunj Bihari Ki: Aarti Kunja Bihari ki is a popular Aarti or special prayer devoted to Hindu God, Krishna. Aarti is a worship ritual in which a light lamp is circulated clockwise around the idol or image of a deity and a song is sung in praise of the deity. Satnarayan ji ki Aarti: Satyanarayan Aarti is a popular Aarti or special prayer devoted to Hindu God, Satyanarayan, a form of Vishnu. Aarti is a worship ritual in which a light lamp is circulated clockwise around the idol or image of a deity and a song is sung in praise of the deity. Aarti Vishwakaram: Vishwakarma Aarti is a popular Aarti or special prayer devoted to Hindu God, Vishwakarma. Aarti is a worship ritual in which a light lamp is circulated clockwise around the idol or image of a deity and a song is sung in praise of the deity. ..

Rs. 90.00

Animals

Kaowa Mantra: Crows are believed to link us with our dead ancestors, and crows carry the food offered to our ancestors. Crow hymn or mantra is chanted while offering food items. It also brings sound health for family. Gaoumata Mantra: Cows are considered sacred and are respected. Cow hymn or mantra is chanted while offering grass, grains, jaggery, bread, and other food items. Mantra is chanted with each offering. Haathi Mantra: Elephant is considered sacred and the image of Hindu God Ganesha is seen in it. Elephant hymn or mantra is chanted while offering food items. Kutaa Mantra: Dog is considered sacred and is the animal mount of Shani, the divine personification of planet Saturn. Dog hymn or mantra is chanted while offering bread, milk and other food items. It is believed that doing this will appease Shani. Ghoda Mantra: Horse is considered sacred and the image of Hayagriva, an incarnation of Hindu God Vishnu. Horse hymn or mantra is chanted while offering grass, grains, pulses, etc. It is believed that doing this gives courage and strength. Machli Mantra: Fish is considered sacred and the image of Matsya, an incarnation of Hindu God Vishnu is seen in it. Fish hymn or mantra is chanted while offering food items. It is believed that doing this bestows wealth and property and enhances trade. Chinti Mantra: Ant hymn or mantra is chanted while offering flour, sugar and sweet. It is believed that doing this bestows precious items found inside the earth like gold, silver and gemstones. Chidiya Mantra: The image of divine, might bird, Garuda, the animal mount of Hindu God Vishnu, is seen in birds. Bird hymn or mantra is chanted while offering grains to birds. It is believed that doing this brings peace and happiness to family. Kabootar Mantra: Hindu God Shiva and his consort Parvati are believed to live in the form of Pigeon in the temple of Amarnath and for this reason, Pigeon are considered sacred. Pigeon hymn or mantra is chanted while offering grains to Pigeons. It is believed that doing this brings peace and happiness. ..

Rs. 90.00

Day Of Week Mantras

Sunday: Surya Mantra is a hymn chanted to appease Surya - the divine personification of Sun. Sunday is considered most fruitful in worshipping Surya. Reciting this mantra early morning on Sunday bestows perfect health, improved vision, fame, and success. Monday: Chandra Mantra is a hymn chanted to appease Chandra - the divine personification of Moon. Monday or Moon-day is considered most fruitful in worshipping Chandra. Reciting this mantra on Monday bestows positive thoughts, good mental and physical health. Tuesday: Mangal Mantra is a hymn chanted to appease Mangal - the divine personification of the planet Mars. Tuesday is considered most fruitful in worshipping Mangal. Reciting this mantra on Tuesday bestows courage, power, and enhances leadership skills. Wednesday: Budha Mantra is a hymn chanted to appease Budh - the divine personification planet Mercury. Wednesday is considered most fruitful in worshipping Budh. Reciting this mantra on Wednesday bestows wealth and improves business aspects. Thursday: Brihaspati Mantra is a hymn chanted to appease Brihaspati - the divine personification of the planet Jupiter. Thursday is considered most fruitful in worshipping Brihaspati. Reciting this mantra on Thursday bestows wisdom, prosperity, spirituality, and morality. Friday: Shukra Mantra is a hymn chanted to appease Shukra - the divine personification of the planet Venus. Friday is considered most fruitful in worshipping Shukra. Reciting this mantra on Friday bestows luxury, comforts, beauty, and artistic skills. Saturday: Shani Mantra is a hymn chanted to appease Shani - the divine personification planet Saturn. Saturday is considered most fruitful in worshipping Shani - the planet of justice. Reciting this mantra on Saturday bestows both body and mind with patience and persistence and keeps away all the evil. ..

Rs. 70.00

Mantras For Nine Planets

Chandra Prarthna: Hymn to invoke and seek blessing from Moon God Chandra. During Chandra prarthna or worship, worshipper offers to Moon God all white items during worship like white clothes, white fruits, white rice, milk, curd, sugar, etc. Reciting this mantra pacifies the ill effects of Chandra in horoscope. Ek Shloki Navgrah Mantra: Single Hymn to invoke and seek blessing from all nine planets or Navagraha, recited to pacify the ill-effects of all the planets. During the worship of Navagraha, worshipper should sit in Padmasana or lotus position, facing east direction, Ghee lamp should be placed at the right side and Oil lamp at the left. Ketu Prarthna: Hymn to invoke and seek blessing from Ketu (Southern Lunar node). During Ketu prarthna or worship, worshipper offers to Ketu Black sesame seed, iron, weapons and gold, and wears gems like Lapis. Ketu worship is done on tuesday during the first prahar of night (first three hours after sunset). Reciting this mantra pacifies the ill effects of Ketu in horoscope. Surya Prarthna: Hymn to invoke and seek blessing from Sun God Surya. During Surya prarthna or worship, worshipper offers to Sun God all red items like red clothes, red fruits, red sandal, red coloured rice, metals like copper and gold, and wears red gems like Ruby. Water is offered to rising Sun while reciting this mantra. Reciting this mantra pacifies the ill effects of Surya in horoscope. Brihaspati Prarthna: Hymn to invoke and seek blessing from Brihaspati (Jupiter). During Brihaspati prarthna or worship, worshipper offers to Brihaspati all yellow items during worship like yellow clothes, yellow fruits, yellow coloured rice and yellow sandal. Reciting this mantra pacifies the ill effects of Brihaspati in horoscope. Shukra Prarthna: Hymn to invoke and seek blessing from Shukra (Venus). During Shukra prarthna or worship, worshipper offers to Shukra all whites items during worship like white clothes, white flowers, white rice, milk, curd, sugar, and rice pudding. White cow is also worshipped along during Shukra prarthna. Reciting this mantra pacifies the ill effects of Shukra in horoscope. Shani Prarthna: Hymn to invoke and seek blessing from Shani (Saturn). During Shani prarthna or worship, worshipper offers to Shani all black items like black clothes, black gram, Black sesame seed, iron, and wears gems like Blue Saphhire. Hindu God Hanuman is also worshipped along during Shani Prarthna. Reciting this mantra pacifies the ill effects of Shani in horoscope. Navgraha Aradhana: Nine shlokas or hymns to invoke and seek blessings from each of the nav graha or nine planets which make up the system of Jyotish or Vedic Astrology an ancient Indian meta-science - Surya (Surya), Chandra (Moon), Mangal (Mars), Budha (Mercury), Brihaspati (Jupiter), Shukra (Venus), Shani (Saturn), Rahu (Northern Lunar node), and Ketu (Southern Lunar node). Rahu Prarthna: Hymn to invoke and seek blessing from Rahu (Northern Lunar node). During Rahu prarthna or worship, worshipper offers to Rahu all black and blue coloured items like clothes, fruits, Black gram, Black sesame seed, and wears gems like Hessonite Garnet stone. Any auspicious work is not done during Rahu kaal time which occurs twice in a day. Reciting this mantra pacifies the ill effects of Rahu in horoscope. Om: Om Jai Jagdish Hare is a popular Aarti or special prayer devoted to Hindu God, Vishnu. Aarti is a worship ritual in which a light lamp is circulated clockwise around the idol or image of a deity and a song is sung in praise of the deity. Mangal Prarthna: Hymn to invoke and seek blessing from Mangal (Mars). During Mangal prarthna or worship, worshipper offers to Mangal all red items during worship like red clothes, red fruits, red flowers, etc. Hindu God Hanuman is also worshipped along during Mangal Prarthna. Reciting this mantra pacifies the ill effects of Mangal in horoscope. Budha Parthna: Hymn to invoke and seek blessing from Budh (Mercury). During Budh prarthna or worship, worshipper offers to Budh all green items during worship like green clothes, green fruits, green coloured rice and wears green gems like Emerald etc. Reciting this mantra pacifies the ill effects of Budh in horoscope. ..

Rs. 120.00

Shlokas For Everyday Routine

Om Shubham Karotu Kalyanam: "Shubham Karoti Kalyana" is an evening Shloka or hymn. This hymn is recited everyday in the evening before lighting the lamp. Through this hymn, we offer salutation to the light of the lamp which bestows both health and prosperity. Karagre Vaste: "Karagre Vasate Lakshmi" is a morning Shloka or hymn. This hymn is recited everyday upon waking up in the morning, sitting in a straight posture and watching the both palms. Looking at our hands and remembering goddesses purifies our actions done throughout the day.  Samudra Vasne Devi: "Samudra Vasane Dev"i is a morning Shloka or hymn. This hymn is recited everyday upon waking up in the morning, before putting our foot on earth. Through this hymn, we offer salutation of goddess earth and ask for pardon for putting our foot on her. Om Apavitra Pavitrova: "Om Apavitrah Pavitro Va" is a purification shloka or hymn, chanted everyday to purify an impure, pure, or any circumstance by remembering Lord Vishnu. Om Keshavaiyah Namah: "Om keshavaya Nama" is an evening Shloka or hymn. This hymn can be recited anytime of the day. Through this hymn, we offer salutation to the almight Hindu God Vishnu who is preserver of the universe. ..

Rs. 50.00

Tree Mantras

Nariyal mantra: Nariyal or coconut is an auspicious offering to the Gods in any worship. Coconut is tied with cotton thread, wrapped inside red cloth and kept stop a Kalash or metal pot. This hymn or mantra is chanted while offering coconut to the deity. Shami mantra: The Shami Tree is worshiped like Tulsi or Bail. Shami leaves are offered to God Ganesha, Shiva and Hanuman. Shami mantra is chanted while offeirng the leaves to the deity. Bilwapatra mantra: Bail Patra is a leaf from Bilva tree. Bilva leaves are mentioned auspicious in the Vedas. It is considered to be originated from Goddess Lakshmi. Bail Patra is offered to Hindu God Shiva. Bail Patra hymn or mantra is chanted while offering to Shiva. Vat Wriksha mantra: Bargad or Banyan tree is a symbol of fertility and longevity. Bargad hymn or mantra is chanted while offering water and tying cotton thread. Pipal mantra: Peepal is a sacred tree and it is believed that Hindu Holy Trinity, Brahma, Vishnu and Mahesh reside in the tree. Peepal hymn or mantra is chanted while offering water to Peepal tree. Tulsi mantra: Tulsi is believed as the earthly manifestation of Hindu Goddess Lakshmi as a plant. Tulsi hymn or mantra is chanted while offering water to Tulsi plant. Pushap mantra: Pushpa or flower is offered to the Gods in worship rituals. Flowers are believed to be pure and auspicious and cleanse the environment during worship. Pushpa Mantra is a vedic hymn chanted while offering the flowers to the deity. Vriksha jal mantra: Vriksha or trees have a significant role in the nature and also for human beings. Hindu sacred scriptures taught us to worship the nature as the Gods. Vriksha Jal mantra is a vedic hymn chanted while offering water to the trees, hence, paying our gratitude for the trees. ..

Rs. 80.00