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"Goddess Bagalamukhi is one of the ten MahaVidyas, symbolising the potent female power. Her name means, one whose face has the power to capture or control. She is known to captivate the devotee and destroy his/her misconceptions and delusions. She is believed to destroy all negativity surrounding the devotee and protect him/her against enemies or harmful forces.

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Vaikunta Ekadashi | Jan 8, 2017

It is believed that on this bright fortnight of Dhanurmasa or Margazhi month of the traditional Hindu Calendar (Shukla Paksha Ekadashi), the Dwaram (Door) is opened for the devotees to reach Vaikunta (the abode of Lord Vishnu).

Chanting and listening to name of the Lord, on the most auspicious day of Vaikunta Ekadashi is said to pave the way to reach Vaikunta and for attaining Moksha.

Here, Shri Nagaraja Vadhyar chants the Narayana Ashtothra Satanama Stotram, chanting the 108 names of Lord Narayana in praise and prayer.

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El Bön es una antigua tradición chamánica y animista tibetana anterior a la llegada del budismo.

El Bön influyó mucho en las creencias del Budismo Tibetano, creando una especie de sincretismo religioso.

Recientemente, el decimocuarto Dalái Lama, Tenzin Gyatso ha reconocido esta tradición como una de las seis principales escuelas espirituales del Tíbet, junto con las escuelas kagyu, nyingma, sakia, gelug y jonang.
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