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Listen to the Mother, daughter-in-law.

She kept one at the bank of the river, one in the temple of Mataji and at that time one traveler reached there. Seeing the dried wood the desire to rest and make some food came in his mind. After resting he went to the village. He met everyone with love. At the same time the wife comes along with the bundle of wood. Keeping the heavy bundle of wood in the compound, she cried out loudly, "Take mother-in-law, take the bundle of wood, give me the husk roti, give me in the broken coconut shell water.

Today who has come? Why do you say thus? Your Lord husband has come. Come in have sweet rice meal, wear clothes and jewelry! He asks his mother, " Mother, Who is this lady? Today 12 years have passed, from the time you left she roams about like an animal in the whole village. She does none of the household chores.

Four times she comes and eats, seeing you she is asking for husk roti and water in the coconut shell. I have seen her and seen you also. Now give me the keys of the other house so I can live there. As you wish. He picked the keys and went to the next house. Opening the room on the third floor he kept all the things.

Within one day the house was decorated like a King's palace. Now what happens? The wife started enjoying happiness; meanwhile the next Friday comes. Do it happily. She went to invite the sons of her elder brother-in-laws for lunch.

She accepted the invitation but the other middle sister-in-law teaches her son, " See! All of you ask for sour item by which her Udyapan would not be completed. But remembering the words of the mother began saying, "Give us something sour, we do not like eating Kheer. Seeing it we are feeling uneasy.

This is the prasad of Santoshi Mata. The boys at that moment stubbornly downloadd imli tamarind and started eating. Seeing this the Mother cursed the daughter-in-law. The soldiers of the King arrested her husband and took him away.

The brothers and sister-in-law started falsely making statements, "Always looting, he has collected this wealth. Now everything will be known once he gets beating in the jail. The wife could not bear to hear this statement. Crying she went to the temple of Mataji. She began saying, " Mother! What is this you did? Why did you make me cry? So soon you forgot all the talks. The boys made me forget and forgetting I gave them money, forgive me Mother!

She says, " Now no mistake will be committed. Mother please tell me now how will he come. She asked him, "Where did you go?

After few days once again Friday came, she said to her husband- "I want to once again do the Udyapan of Mataji. The sister-in-laws taunted her and started teaching the sons, " You all in the beginning only ask for sour item. As per her capacity in place of money she gave each one -one fruit.

This pleased Santoshi Mata. With the blessings of the Mother in the New Year she got a moon-like son. Taking her son everyday she went to the Mataji's temple. Mother thought, "She is coming everyday, today why should I not go to her house and see her on this pretext. With jaggery and gram made a thin face and on top made horns and mosquitoes were hovering around.

Putting her foot on the doorstep the mother-in-law shouted. Boys drive her away, otherwise she may eat anyone. The daughter-in-law saw through one peephole. Happily in a maddening voice she was screaming. Meanwhile the mother-in-law got angry. She said, " Prostitute, why are you getting excited?

Meanwhile with the aura of the Mother everywhere there were boys standing. She said, " Mother, the fast which I am keeping this is the same Santoshi Ma". Saying thus she opened all the doors and windows of the house. Everyone caught the feet of Mataji and prayed to her, "Hey Mata, [dear mother] we are fools, sinners, we do not know the rules of your fast, spoiling your fast we did very big mistake.

Hey Jagatmata- Mother of the world! Forgive our mistake. How Mother rewarded the daughter-in-law in the same way reward everyone. Those who read the story their wishes are fulfilled. Say Santoshi Mata ki Jai. Ek budhiya thi aur uskey saat betey the. Budhiya maa chhaon putron ko rasoi bana khilati thi aur peechhe jo kuchh bachta tha so saatvein ko dey deti thi. Parantu voh bada bhola-bhala tha, man mein kuchh vichar na karta.

Meri mata ko mujh par kitna prem hai! Jab tak main ankhon se na dekhoon, maan nahin sakta. Voh jaanchney ko sir dukhney ka bahana kar patla vastra sir par odhkar rasoi ghar mein layt gaya aur kapde mein se sab dekhta raha.

Chhahon bhai bhojan karnein aaye, usney dekha maa ne unke liye sundar-sundar aasan bichhaye hain, saat prakar ki rasoi parosi hai. Voh aagrah karke jimati hai. Voh dekhta raha.

Santoshi Mata Aarti

Chhahon bhai bhojan karke uthey tab maa ne unki jhoothi thaaliyon mein se laddooon ke tukde uthhaye aur laddoo banaya jhoothan saaf kar budhiya maa ne ussey pukara- Utth beta! Chhahon bhai bhojan kar gaye, ab tu hi baki hai utth na! Kab khayega? Voh kahney laga "Maa! Aaj hi jaa rahaa hoon" Yeh kahkar voh ghar se nikal gaya. Chaltey samay bahu ki yaad aayi.

Tum rahiyo santosh se, dharam apna paal. Ram bharose hum rahein, Ishwar tumhein sahai. Do nishani aapni dekh dharoon main dheer, sudhi mat hamri bisaariyo raakhiyo man gambhir.

Yeh gobar bhara haath hai". Yeh kah uski peetth mein gobar ke haath ki chhaap maar di. Voh chal diya. Chaltey-chaltey door desh mein pahuncha vahan ek sahukar ki dukaan thi.. Vahan jaakar kehney laga- "Bhai mujhe naukar rakh lo. Vyapaari ki zaroorat thi, bola "rah ja". Ladkey ne poochha- "vetan kya dogey? Voh saverey ke 7 bajey sey 2 bajey tak naukri bajaney laga.

Thorey hi din mein dukaan ka layn-dayn, hisaab-kitaab, grahkon ko maal bechna saara kaam karney lagaa. Yeh to bahut hoshiyaar ban gaya. Seth ne bhi kaam dekha aur teen mahiney mein usey aadhey munaafey ka hisseydaar banaa liya. Barah varsh mein naami seth ban gaya aur maalik saara karobaar uspar chhod baahar chala gaya.

Ab bahu par kya beeti, suno! Saas sasur usey bahut dukh deney lagey. Saari grahasti ka saara kaam karaa karkey usey lakdi leney jangal bhejtey. Is beech ghar ki rotiyon ke aatey se jo bhoosi nikalti uski roti banaakar rakh di jaati thi aur phootey naariyal ki naarli mein paani. Is prakaar din guzartey rahey. Ek din voh lakdi leney jaa rahi thi ki raastey mein bahut is streeyan Santoshi mata ka vrat kar rahi thi.

Is vrat ke karney ki kya vidhi hai?

Santoshi Maa Vrat Katha (Hindi)

Yadi tum is vrat ka vidhaan mujhey samjhakar kahogi to main tumhara upkar maanoongi. Lakshmi aati hai. Man ki chintaaon ka bhaar door hota hai. Ghar mein sukh honein sey man ko prasannata aur shanti milti hai. Niputri ko putr miley.

Swami baahar gaya ho to shighra aavein. Kunwari kanya ko man chaaha var miley. Rajdwaar mein bahut dinon se mukadama chalta ho to nipat jaavey, kalah-kalesh ki nivritti ho, sukh shanti aavey, ghar mein dhan jamaa ho, paisa-jaidaad ka labh ho, rog door ho jaavey tatha aur bhi jo kuchh bhi man mein kaamna hovey sab is Santoshi mata ki kripa se poori ho javein, is mein sandeh nahin hai. Shravan Somvar ni Katha of Lord Mahadev. During feasts of Ramdev Peer Vrat. Here is the collection of all fast stories in your language.

Gujju people download this app and read any time the vrat katha during upwas. We does not show any type of text data to those site or don't display modified text information.

So if there is any problem regarding it then send us email. The app is currently available in English and it was last updated on The program can be installed on Android.

Just click the green Download button above to start. In this case, the Titan is an Angel, the Angel still by nature a Titan. Her myths emphasize her bad temper and unhappiness, due to rejection by her father Shiva and her husband, the hate of her stepmother, Chandi. In some scriptures, sage Kashyapa is considered to be her father, not Shiva.

Manasa is depicted as being harsh to people who refused to worship her. Denied full godhead by her mixed parentage, Manasa's aim was to establish her authority as a goddess and to acquire steadfast human devotees.

A Adivasi goddess, Manasa was accepted in the pantheon worshipped by Hindus, she was included in higher caste Hindu pantheon, where she is now regarded as a Hindu goddess rather than a tribal one. By the 14th century, Manasa was identified as the goddess of fertility and marriage rites and was assimilated into the Shaiva pantheon, related to the god, Shiva.

Myths glorified her by describing that she saved Shiva after he drank the poison, venerated her as the "remover of poison", her popularity grew and spread to southern India, her followers began to rival Shaivism.

As a consequence, stories attributing Manasa's birth to Shiva emerged and Shaivism adopted this indigenous goddess into the Brahmanical tradition of mainstream Hinduism. Manasa is depicted as a woman covered with snakes, standing upon a snake, she is sheltered by the canopy of the hoods of seven cobras. Sometimes, she is depicted with a child on her lap; the child is assumed to be Astika.

Once he came across a group of men hanging from a tree upside down. These men were his ancestors, who were doomed to misery as their children had not performed their last rites. They declare that sage Kashyapa is her father, not Shiva as described in the Mangalkavyas.

Once, when serpents and reptiles had created chaos on the Earth, Kashyapa created the goddess Manasa from his mind; the creator god Brahma made her the presiding deity of reptiles. Manasa gained control by the power of mantras she chanted.

Manasa propitiated the god Shiva, who told her to please the god Krishna. Upon being pleased, Krishna granted her divine Siddhi powers and ritually worshiped her, making her an established goddess. Kashyapa married Manasa to sage Jaratkaru, who agreed to marry her on the condition that he would leave her if she disobeyed him.

Jai Santoshi Maa

Once, when Jaratkaru was awakened by Manasa, he became upset with her because she awakened him too late for worship, so he left her temporarily. On the request of the great Hindu gods, Jaratkaru returned to Manasa and she gave birth to Astika, their son, before deserting his wife again; the Mangalkavyas were devotional paeans to local deities such as Manasa , composed in Bengal between the 13th and the 18th centuries.

The Manasa Mangalkavya by Bijay Gupta and Manasa Vijaya by Bipradas Pipilai trace the origin and myths of the goddess; however these stray further from Puranaic references due to creative licenses exercised. According to Manasa Vijaya, Manasa was born when a statue of girl, sculpted by the serpent Vasuki's mother was touched by Shiva.

Vasuki accepted Manasa as his sister, granted her charge of the poison, produced when King Prithu milked the Earth as a cow. When Shiva saw Manasa, she proved to him. Shiva took Manasa to his home where his wife, suspected Manasa of being Shiva's concubine or co-wife, insulted Manasa and burnt one of her eyes, leaving Manasa half-blind. On one occasion, when Chandi kicked her, Manasa rendered her senseless with a glance of her poison.

Chandi advised Manasa to wear snake ornaments and threw a frog in the bridal chamber which caused the snakes to run around the chamber; as a consequence, the terrified Jaratkaru ran away from the house. After few days, he returned and Astika, their son, was born. Accompanied by her adviser, Manasa descended to earth to see human devotees, she was mocked by the people but Manasa forced them to worship her by raining calamity on those who denied her power.

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On this day, sisters of all ages tie a talisman , or amulet , called the rakhi , around the wrists of their brothers, symbolically protecting them, receiving a gift in return, traditionally investing the brothers with a share of the responsibility of their potential care. Raksha Bandhan is observed on the last day of the Hindu lunar calendar month of Shraavana , which falls in August; the expression "Raksha Bandhan," Sanskrit "the bond of protection, obligation, or care," is now principally applied to this ritual.

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She asked him, "Where did you go? Chaltey-chaltey door desh mein pahuncha vahan ek sahukar ki dukaan thi.. Raja ke doot uskey pati ko pakad kar ley gaye. I will stay in the care of Lord Rama, Lord be with you. Subscribe to: Seeing this, the elder brother-in-law and his wife made faces. Teen maas mein mata phal poora karti haiis mein yadi kisi ke grah khotey hon, to bhi mata varsh mein ashvay kaarya ko siddh karti hai. On the fulfillment of the desire do the Udyapan final day.