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The appropriate method of performing Dharmik acts and their underlying spiritual science is provided in the series of Holy texts on “What do Dharmashastras say and why?” If Dharmilk acts are performed appropriately from the spiritual perspective, they bestow more Chaitanya. When an action is performed after learning its underlying science, it generates spiritual emotion towards God and the worshipper becomes a seeker in a shorter time, that is, he starts making consistent efforts for God-realization.

 

About the Author

Dr. Jayant Athavale started writing Holy text with the blessings of His Guru H.H. Bhaktaraj Maharaj. There Holy text imparts knowledge on Spirituality in scientific terminology and as per the present times. Due to God’s grace and Sankalp-shakti of dr. Athavale, some seekers of Sanatan are receiving Divine knowledge from the subtle- this is the unique feature of these Holy-texts.

Dr. Ashville’s guidance and research on God-realization through various art forms and subjects such as mission of demoniacal energies and guidance for protecting humanity from them is taking place incessantly.

 

Preface

There is a proverb in Sankrut which means, Happiness in the true sense (Anand) is possible only by being religious that is, by following Dharma; hence always endeavor to follow it. Though the medium of various religious naturals sanskars (Subconscious impressions), Festivals, Vowed observance etc., Hindu Dharma has shown to be religions while continuing to lead a materialistic life. Hindu Dharma has conveyed its message of being religions through not only daily ritualistic worship or acts related to worship during Holy and Religious festivals, Vowed religious observance etc. but also though various familial and social rituals.

Only when a designated act is supportant by rituals as prescribed by Hindu Dharma, mining the course defined by rituals that have a spiritual basis is adhered to, that we obtain the grace of Deities. This also helps in protecting us from negative energies. Along with the individual, such acts bestow benefit upon the society too, and hence, it becomes samashti sadhana Spiritual practice for the spread of Spirituality in the society. This Holy text elaborates upon the objectives, the correct method of performing a ritual and underlying spiritual science of familial religious ritual such as birthday celebration, aukshan, gifting, performance of the ritual of Shanti (Peasc) as per one’s age and social rituals such as inauguration, lighting of an inaugural lamp, felicitation, condolence meetings etc. When a ritual is performed with complete faith after understanding the underlying spiritual science, benefit derived is greater. Importance of reciting Sanskrut shlokas (Holy verses) and information on which shlokas to recite during spiritual discourses, book exhibitions, condolence meetings, relies etc. is also provided in this Holy text.

In today’s times, Hindus are more influenced by western culture. The combined effect of forgetting our own Dharma as well as our culture, coupled with the fascination for western culture, is the reason for large-scale influence of western culture on our religions rituals. This is quite clear from a number of practices such as celebration a birthday by cutting a cake and blowing candles instead of performing amusing aukshan; infuriating a premise by cutting a ribbon instead of purifying the place by breaking a coconut; lighting the ceremonious lamp with a candle and not with a wick of an oil lamp etc. That these acts do not bestow chaitanya (Divine consciousness) and are spiritually detrimental has been explained in the Holy text along with the underlying spiritual science. We pray at the holy feet of Sri Guru that let everyone progress spiritually, both at the vyashti (Individual) and samashti (For the sake of the society) level by performing the rituals according to the underlying spiritual science as mentioned in the Holy text and let pride Dharma and culture be awakened in Hindus.-Compiler.

 

Constance

 

  Preface 8
  Commentary by ‘A Scholar’ on the Divine knowledge received about this Holy text 10
  Some terms used in connection with the ‘Subtle dimension’ and their meanings 13
  Introduction to the recipients of Divine Knowledge and the Compilers 15
  Chapter 1: Spiritual science underlying familial religious rituals  
1 Birthday 16
1A. Spiritual meaning 16
1B History and importance of birthday celebrations 17
1C Importance of celebrating the birthday as per the tithl 18
1D Method of celebrating a birthday 24
1E Everybody Can Laugh Spiritual science underlying the ritual of birthday celebration 26
1F Spiritual experience during birthday celebrations 29
1G Acts prohibited on a birthday and the underlying spiritual science 30
1H Analysis based on subtle-Knowledge of a birthday celebrated according to the western culture 33
1I A Saint’s birthday 37
1J Birthday celebration of children people of the same age, the elderly and Saints 37
2 Aukshan 39
2A Spiritual meaning of aukshan 39
2B Importance of aukshan 39
2C On whom is aukshan performed 39
2D Where is aukshan performed 39
2E Objects required for aukshan and their arrangement in the ritualistic platter 40
2F Method of aukshan 42
2G Spiritual science underlying the actions aukshan 43
2H Reasons underlying the various methods of aukshan and the effect on a jiva 52
2I Actual worship, aukshan, mental worship, remembrance and mental recitation 53
2J Spiritual experience during aukshan 54
3 Presenting a gift 55
3A Meaning of the words gift 55
3B What is an appropriate gift 55
3C What is the best gift and who can offer it 55
3D What should be the bhav while presenting gifts 55
3E Why are haldi and Kumkum applied to the gift before presenting it 55
4 Ritual of Shanti 56
4A Objective 56
4B Selected date for Shanti 56
4C Various types of Shanti, the presiding Deities of Shanti, and offerings 56
4D Importance of the Sahastra-chandra-darshan Shanti 57
4E Analysis based on subtle-Knowledge of some ritualsperformed in Shanti 59
5 Satyanarayan-puja 65
5A Importance of performing Satyanrayan-puja before a function 65
5B Satyanarayan-puja- Analysis (based on subtle knowledge) done by Ms. Madhura Bhosale 66
Chapter 2: Spiritual scirnce underlying social rituuals  
1 Inauguration 69
1A Definition 69
1B Importaaance 69
1C Rituals in inauguration/td> 69
1D Why is the western tradition of inaugurating by cutting a ribbon inappropriate 71
2 Lighting a ceremonious lamp 73
* Importance of lighting a ceremonious lamp 74
* Spiritual science underiying lighting a ceremonious lamp and breaking a coconut when inaugurating a programme on the stage 75
3 Felicitation 81
* Who should do the felicitation 82
* What should be avoided during felicitation 85
* Comparison of felicitation of a deserving jiva, a Saint and an ldol of a Deity 86
4 Granth-prakashan (Release of a Holy text or book using spiritual principles) 86
* Why ahould we not release a book by first tying it with a ribbon and then untying it 88
* Analysis based on subtly-knowlege done by Mrs. Anjali Gadgil at the release of the Holy text 'Spiritual Practice' published by Sanatan Sanstha 88
5 Why is it necessary to recite Sanskrut shlokas at functions on various topiccs, and which one to recite when 89
6 The composition of a stage programme of one two sessions 92
7 Condolence meeting 93

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Spiritual Science Underlying Familial, Religious and Social Acts

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The appropriate method of performing Dharmik acts and their underlying spiritual science is provided in the series of Holy texts on “What do Dharmashastras say and why?” If Dharmilk acts are performed appropriately from the spiritual perspective, they bestow more Chaitanya. When an action is performed after learning its underlying science, it generates spiritual emotion towards God and the worshipper becomes a seeker in a shorter time, that is, he starts making consistent efforts for God-realization.

 

About the Author

Dr. Jayant Athavale started writing Holy text with the blessings of His Guru H.H. Bhaktaraj Maharaj. There Holy text imparts knowledge on Spirituality in scientific terminology and as per the present times. Due to God’s grace and Sankalp-shakti of dr. Athavale, some seekers of Sanatan are receiving Divine knowledge from the subtle- this is the unique feature of these Holy-texts.

Dr. Ashville’s guidance and research on God-realization through various art forms and subjects such as mission of demoniacal energies and guidance for protecting humanity from them is taking place incessantly.

 

Preface

There is a proverb in Sankrut which means, Happiness in the true sense (Anand) is possible only by being religious that is, by following Dharma; hence always endeavor to follow it. Though the medium of various religious naturals sanskars (Subconscious impressions), Festivals, Vowed observance etc., Hindu Dharma has shown to be religions while continuing to lead a materialistic life. Hindu Dharma has conveyed its message of being religions through not only daily ritualistic worship or acts related to worship during Holy and Religious festivals, Vowed religious observance etc. but also though various familial and social rituals.

Only when a designated act is supportant by rituals as prescribed by Hindu Dharma, mining the course defined by rituals that have a spiritual basis is adhered to, that we obtain the grace of Deities. This also helps in protecting us from negative energies. Along with the individual, such acts bestow benefit upon the society too, and hence, it becomes samashti sadhana Spiritual practice for the spread of Spirituality in the society. This Holy text elaborates upon the objectives, the correct method of performing a ritual and underlying spiritual science of familial religious ritual such as birthday celebration, aukshan, gifting, performance of the ritual of Shanti (Peasc) as per one’s age and social rituals such as inauguration, lighting of an inaugural lamp, felicitation, condolence meetings etc. When a ritual is performed with complete faith after understanding the underlying spiritual science, benefit derived is greater. Importance of reciting Sanskrut shlokas (Holy verses) and information on which shlokas to recite during spiritual discourses, book exhibitions, condolence meetings, relies etc. is also provided in this Holy text.

In today’s times, Hindus are more influenced by western culture. The combined effect of forgetting our own Dharma as well as our culture, coupled with the fascination for western culture, is the reason for large-scale influence of western culture on our religions rituals. This is quite clear from a number of practices such as celebration a birthday by cutting a cake and blowing candles instead of performing amusing aukshan; infuriating a premise by cutting a ribbon instead of purifying the place by breaking a coconut; lighting the ceremonious lamp with a candle and not with a wick of an oil lamp etc. That these acts do not bestow chaitanya (Divine consciousness) and are spiritually detrimental has been explained in the Holy text along with the underlying spiritual science. We pray at the holy feet of Sri Guru that let everyone progress spiritually, both at the vyashti (Individual) and samashti (For the sake of the society) level by performing the rituals according to the underlying spiritual science as mentioned in the Holy text and let pride Dharma and culture be awakened in Hindus.-Compiler.

 

Constance

 

  Preface 8
  Commentary by ‘A Scholar’ on the Divine knowledge received about this Holy text 10
  Some terms used in connection with the ‘Subtle dimension’ and their meanings 13
  Introduction to the recipients of Divine Knowledge and the Compilers 15
  Chapter 1: Spiritual science underlying familial religious rituals  
1 Birthday 16
1A. Spiritual meaning 16
1B History and importance of birthday celebrations 17
1C Importance of celebrating the birthday as per the tithl 18
1D Method of celebrating a birthday 24
1E Everybody Can Laugh Spiritual science underlying the ritual of birthday celebration 26
1F Spiritual experience during birthday celebrations 29
1G Acts prohibited on a birthday and the underlying spiritual science 30
1H Analysis based on subtle-Knowledge of a birthday celebrated according to the western culture 33
1I A Saint’s birthday 37
1J Birthday celebration of children people of the same age, the elderly and Saints 37
2 Aukshan 39
2A Spiritual meaning of aukshan 39
2B Importance of aukshan 39
2C On whom is aukshan performed 39
2D Where is aukshan performed 39
2E Objects required for aukshan and their arrangement in the ritualistic platter 40
2F Method of aukshan 42
2G Spiritual science underlying the actions aukshan 43
2H Reasons underlying the various methods of aukshan and the effect on a jiva 52
2I Actual worship, aukshan, mental worship, remembrance and mental recitation 53
2J Spiritual experience during aukshan 54
3 Presenting a gift 55
3A Meaning of the words gift 55
3B What is an appropriate gift 55
3C What is the best gift and who can offer it 55
3D What should be the bhav while presenting gifts 55
3E Why are haldi and Kumkum applied to the gift before presenting it 55
4 Ritual of Shanti 56
4A Objective 56
4B Selected date for Shanti 56
4C Various types of Shanti, the presiding Deities of Shanti, and offerings 56
4D Importance of the Sahastra-chandra-darshan Shanti 57
4E Analysis based on subtle-Knowledge of some ritualsperformed in Shanti 59
5 Satyanarayan-puja 65
5A Importance of performing Satyanrayan-puja before a function 65
5B Satyanarayan-puja- Analysis (based on subtle knowledge) done by Ms. Madhura Bhosale 66
Chapter 2: Spiritual scirnce underlying social rituuals  
1 Inauguration 69
1A Definition 69
1B Importaaance 69
1C Rituals in inauguration/td> 69
1D Why is the western tradition of inaugurating by cutting a ribbon inappropriate 71
2 Lighting a ceremonious lamp 73
* Importance of lighting a ceremonious lamp 74
* Spiritual science underiying lighting a ceremonious lamp and breaking a coconut when inaugurating a programme on the stage 75
3 Felicitation 81
* Who should do the felicitation 82
* What should be avoided during felicitation 85
* Comparison of felicitation of a deserving jiva, a Saint and an ldol of a Deity 86
4 Granth-prakashan (Release of a Holy text or book using spiritual principles) 86
* Why ahould we not release a book by first tying it with a ribbon and then untying it 88
* Analysis based on subtly-knowlege done by Mrs. Anjali Gadgil at the release of the Holy text 'Spiritual Practice' published by Sanatan Sanstha 88
5 Why is it necessary to recite Sanskrut shlokas at functions on various topiccs, and which one to recite when 89
6 The composition of a stage programme of one two sessions 92
7 Condolence meeting 93

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