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Digest #4610
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PRADOSHA SAMAYAM by swamypvap
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Sivapurana 06 English Translation by "Ravi Mamparambath" adhyathmikam

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Fri Mar 16, 2018 1:45 am (PDT) . Posted by:

swamypvap

A day consisting of 24 hours signifies a wheel as Asoka Dharma Chakram consists of 24 spokes. So it signifies Kaala Chakram. As a human being is subjected to the unending cycle of births deaths , day time represents the life time of an individual and a night as a part of a day represents death of that individual..
Accordingly, Pradosham is the transition period between Iham(life before death) and Param(life after death). It is a three hour period and it starts 90 minutes before and 90 minutes after the sunset. One is not supposed to indulge in any activity like eating or sleeping or involvement in any worldly activity except Eswara Aaraadhana/ Dhyanam. The reason being Eswara is Prachandam, Prakrushtham and Pragalbham and Pradosha Samayam is the transition period between Iham and Param. As Eswara is Paresham(Prabhvu for Param), one should invariably remember Eswara either through His worship or Dhyanam(meditation) by setting aside all the other priorities pertaining to Iha Jeevitam.
In view of the foregoing discussion, Pradosha Samayam also signifies Jivana Sandhya Samayam/Avasaana Samayam/Antya Kaalam(old age) in one`s own life time. Hence the old people must do Eswara Dhyanam 24*7 in old age by setting full stop to all the Laukika Karyamulu/Laukika Vishayamulu (worldly thoughts/deeds) as death is a subtle thief which takes away life without giving any advance intimation.


Fri Mar 16, 2018 10:29 am (PDT) . Posted by:

"Ravi Mamparambath" adhyathmikam


Sivapurana 06 English Translation

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Sivapurana 06 English Translation

The Shiva Purana is one of eighteen Purana genre of Sanskrit texts in Hinduism, and part of the Shaivism literat...
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Om Namo NarayanayaDr. M. R. Ravi
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