Do you know?

1.Lord Krishna is depicted as having a peacock
feather in His crown.Peacock feather protects
the one who wears it from evil eyes. Peacock kills
snake and Lord Krishna who wears peacock feather,
kills negative in us.Peacock feather represents
a pure soul, the one that cannot be corrupted. It
also stands for immortality and resurrection.
In Asia, the feathers of the peacock are considered
auspicious and protective. However, in the west, it
was considered very bad luck to keep them in the home.
2.Often thought to be hatched from precious stones
called ”dragon eggs,” the dragon is described as
a composite of 9 other creatures-it has horns of a stag,
the head of a camel, the eyes of a hare, the ears of a
bull, the neck of a snake, the belly of a frog, the
scales of a fish, the talons of an eagle and the paws
of a tiger.Despite its ferocious aspect, the Chinese
have regarded the dragon as a beneficent power,
representing ”heaven-energy” with the majesty, befitting
the symbol of heaven.
3.Sins:a)Traditional:Pride,Envy,Anger,Sloth, Greed, Gluttony
and Lust.b)New sins(actions that hurt others):Cruelty,Adultery,
Bigotry, Dishonesty, Hypocrisy,greed and Selfishness.
4.Anegundi, right next to Hampi is birthplace of Hanuman and
where 575 step high Hanuman temple is situated.
5.Benaras(Varanasi/Kashi) means a ras(juice) that will never
go sour.Benaras is land of Kabir and Tulsidas. Ustad Bismillah
Khan has played the Shahnai(musical instrument) all his life at
Sankat Mochan temple in Benaras. It is a city where both-those
who have had a good life and those who have not had such a good
life-come in search of ”a good death.”

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