Book Review – Who Moved My Cheese?

Accept the change!

Krupa Nanda

Who moved my cheese?
(1998)
Spencer Johnson

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This book is motivational and inspiration related. The author has described the main thing about the change we are facing day to day life. After reading this book, you would be able to accept the fact of change and will try to see positivity in all aspect of life corner. May you would be able to see the same situation in different angle and may be your point of view can changed. Over a time if one cannot accept the change then he would not be able to match himself with an outer world.

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Happy birthday to Lord krishna

Wish you all a happy Janmashtami. May God bless you with tons of happiness, prosperity and health.

Krupa Nanda

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What should I write about lord Krishna! The naughty kanha, very famous figure of Hinduism Dwapar yuga, known as the friend of Draupadi, Sarathi of Arjuna and love of Radha. The God is known by thousands of his name – Mohan, Madan Murari, Bal Krishna, Gopal, Hari, Ghanshyam, Narayana, Vishnu, Bal Mukund, Keshav, Kanha, Madhav, Harihar, Bake Bihari and list goes on….

Today on his birth day, I wish you all a happy janmashti. May God bless you with tons of happiness, prosperity and health.

” Nand gher aanand bhayo, jai kaniya laal ki,
Hathi ghoda palkhi, jai kaniya laal ki !”

Jay shree krishna 🙏

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Har Har Mahadev🙏👏

Har Har Mahadev!

Krupa Nanda

Last week, We visited two of ‘Jyotirling'(It is a devotional object representing the god Shiva), one is Bhima Shankar and other is Traymbakam, which is in a part of Maharashtra and nearby places of Pune and Nashik respectively. I would like to share my experience.

There is a unique history behind all Jyotirlingam. I would not go into details of each and everyone but would like share a small story which is believed about jyothirlinga. According to Shiva Mahapuran, once Brahma and Vishnu had an argument over supremacy of creation. To test them, Lord Shiva pierced the three worlds as a huge endless pillar of light, known as the jyotirlinga. Vishnu and Brahma split their ways to downwards and upwards respectively to find the end of the light in either direction. But they did not find it but what Brahma did, he lied that he found out the end…

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Guru Purnima

Happy Guru Purnima!

Krupa Nanda

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“Guru means the teacher is only Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva. I bow to that Guru, the supreme, being right before my eyes.” 

Today is full moon day but this day has its own importance. This day comes once in a year. According to Hindu month of Ashadh (July-August) is observed as the auspicious day of Guru Purnima, a day sacred to the memory of the great sage Maharshi Ved Vyas.

Maharshi Ved Vyas, who edited Four Vedas, wrote the 18 Purans, Mahabharata and Srimad Bhagvat Geeta. Ved Vyasji even taught Dattatreya, who is regarded as the Guru of Gurus.

On this day, people worship their respective Gurudev and get their blessings. They go to their Gurudev’s Ashram. The sacred worship of the Guru’s Feet is performed. Of this worship, it is said in the Guru Gita:

“Dhyaana moolam guror murtih;
Pooja moolam guror padam;
Mantra moolam guror vakyam;

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In The Lap Of The Nature

The unplanned bike trip! After a long long time. A much-needed break! The rainy weather was like icing on the cake! 🙂 Chilling wind, the chirping of birds, floating clouds like you wanna touch it, tiny droplets creating the music like 'tap..tap..tap..' and along with that our journey started zoooomm zooooommmmm.....! 😀 So here what we …

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