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The ancient DIVINE LOTUS LAMP (SRI PADMADEEPA) is the last refuge. When every thing falls you, when you are desperate, when you face business losses, when you faces serious family problems..
Whenever there is the Supreme Lord Krishna the master of those following the science of uniting the individual consciousness with the ultimate consciousness and wherever there is Arjuna, there is firmly established fortune, victory, power and virtue. This is my resolve..


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Culture and Customs in INDIAN

Customs of a country is the Landmark of the culture of a region, state or country with the differentiation of caste and creed and religion. It could never be brought under the definition of religions still. Indian with the very large diversity could not claim a certain custom to other religion. Still, a glance could suffice for the enthusiasts in common.

Namasthe

Joining both palms in front of guest with a smile is the welcome sign of India altogether. The word 'Namasthe'(Nama astu te) is added with the guester.
Now a days shake hand is also used all over the major cities.

Gad Milan(Embrace)

Very special friends and relatives are received with an embrace in many of the states of the india. Man to man and women to women, is only permitted.

Touching the feet irreverence

It is customary to touch the feet of parents, uncles and aunties, teachers, spiritual gurus and elders as a token of respect by youngsters especially. On such occasions, the elders blesses them with a open hand on the head of the youngsters.

Sashtaanga pranamam

It is a laying down with joined hands before great gurus and divine people as a token of reverence .The name derived because all the ashta or eight part of the body is involved in this process.

Arathi

A Hindu ritual in which light from wicks soaked in ghee (purified butter) or camphor is offered to one or more deities. It may be said to have descended from the Vedic concept of fire rituals, or homa. The word arti in Sanskrit, written as aarati , meaning complete, and rati, meaning love. The arti is thus an expression of one’s complete and unflinching love towards God. Arti is also performed in hindu homes as a divine welcome procedure.

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