How one should live is a question that is fundamental to human existence. I am sure you would have wondered how you must conduct yourself and spend your life on earth. How can you enjoy all the health, prosperity, happiness and peace that is rightfully yours? How can you live compassionately and pursue a wisdom that will give you freedom from cycle of life and birth?

India is a land of Vedas and Spirituality. Vedas act as a source of rich knowledge not just in a spiritual context but also in terms of material, culture and scientific knowledge. However, with the ideas of time we have forgotten the original purpose and relevance of Vedas; its accompanying mantras and sacrifices (yajnas) in our lives. It won’t be an exaggeration to conclude that this negligence has been a major cause of our fallen and miserable state today.

It is wise at this juncture to remember what Lord said to us in Bhagavadh Gita. Regular sacrifice and offerings to the Lord is of utmost importance as it results in rain, which provides food which in turn sustains life on this planet.

One can witness oneself the many consequences of nature’s wrath. The many arms of this destruction have touched those around us and sometimes ourselves as well. These are lessons that teach us the need to direct our attention to our prime duty – Paying respect to Lord. You will understand that these calamities are gentle reminders of the existence and omnipresence of God.

Vedas reveal a highly developed scientific content in their ancient literature. We now realise that many modern scientific findings seem to agree with the ancient Vedic inputs. The great cultural wealth of this knowledge is therefore highly relevant in the modern world. Over the last few decades, scientific knowledge on natural hazards and technological means of confronting them has expanded greatly. However, despite all these advancements, not much can be done to prevent natural disasters as man’s control over this is limited.

Just like we don’t realise how nights become and days turn in to nights, we don’t realise what dangers follow us or lurks in the background. It is after all Kaliyuga. The Puranas mention that many million years ago, all the Rishis who were the original inhabitants of the earth and considered equivalents to the Gods or Devas hurriedly left the earth plane for the heavens. The reason for this transition was explained to be due to the trials and tribulations that one would undergo during the Kaliyuga.

It would be foolish to even think that money can buy us the peace and longevity in this age of Kaliyuga. A doctor who administers a life-saving treatment is not “playing god”; he is basically honouring the gift given by god. Only the supreme god is our saviour. God himself is sovereign over time and manner of our death. We need to take refuge in divinity.

Aadhi Parashakthi is the original creator, protector and destroyer of the world and leader of all Gods. Goddess Aadhi Parashakthi is the remover of distress for those who take refuge in her. She protects those who are eternally being swallowed by the cycle of anxiety and difficulties in life. Aadhi Parashakthi is the Supreme being.

The Dasa Maha Vidhyas are a group of ten aspects of Aadhi Parashakthi in Hinduism. She is the one Truth which is sensed in ten different facets. The Divine mother is adored and approached as ten cosmic personalities. Maha Vidhyas are considered Tanthric in nature and are usually identified as Mathangi, Bhuvaneswari, Bagalamukhi, Thripurasundari, Tara, Kaali, Kamala, Chinnamasta, Bhoomadevi and Bhairavi.

Bagalamukhi is one of the ten forms of the wisdom goddess symbolising the potent female primeval force. Being a combination of divine form, goodness and energy herself, Bagalamukhi Devi is the symbol of prosperity and abundance. It is believed that Bagalamukhi Mantra has the power to appease Kailasanathar (Lord Shiva) himself. Hence, Bagalamukhi Devi is the supreme goddess of Hinduism.

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