Swasthani is a Hindu goddess (Parameshwari) and is responsible for the good fortune of king Navaraj and queen Chandravati. Swasthani Brata Katha. A page of Swasthani Brata Katha in Nepali language (ca. ). Swasthani Brata Katha is a Hindu tale recited everyday for a month, which.
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The Brahmins were the first to have read this. Swasthani is a Hindu goddess Parameshwari and is responsible for the good fortune of king Navaraj and queen Chandravati.
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June Learn how and when to remove this template message. Every night family members gather around, recite one chapter of the story each day till the 31st day in almost every Nepali family.
The month long telling of the tales are dedicated to the Goddess and the stories that are mainly narrated are those of Swasthani Devi, Lord Shiva and other Gods. In Kathmandu the festival takes place at Salinadi, a river associated with the Swasthani Brata Katha, situated in Sankhu.
If the audio was more fluent and natural, I would have given it 5 stars. Ashtavakra Gita Quotes – sayings of Advaita. Especially people from certain castes of Newars took this brata. A major highlight in the stories is the prominence of Swasthani Devi over other gods in the Hindu Pantheon.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Those who are interested take this brata. In the evening chanting of Brata Katha or stories is a must.
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Swasthani – Wikipedia
Swasthani Brata Katha is an app designed for all Nepalese around the world who miss and wish to reminisce in the age old stories that we listened to growing up. Madhavnarayan is the name of the lord Vishnu in the month Magh since the lord Vishnu is worshipped by different names in each of the 12 different months. It is read mostly by Nepali Hindus in comparison with those from India.
During the Brata, God Madhavnarayan is worshipped. As per this legend Goddess Swasthani helped Sati overcome the troubles and then to reincarnate as Parvati and win over Lord Shiva as her husband again.
It is believed that Goddess Swasthani helped Goddess Sati overcome her troubles after she burned herself at Daksha Yaga after hearing her husband, Lord Shiva, being insulted. Traditionally, the locals of Swaniga – Kathmandu Valley – observed this brata. A Shivalinga made of mud is also erected on it.
Overall, a very good job from Mr Rajbhandari. The Swasthani Brata Katha story is recited everyday. Archived from the original on You can also jump to any time and start playback.
The book has 31 chapters nepalii tell the story of life of various gods and goddesses. This month-long festival is marked by fasting especially by women including few men the entire month for the sake of family welfare or getting a good husband or wife.
The stories mainly revolves around the theme — how some devotees due to ignorance take the side of Adharma and are later rescued by the Goddess.
After the chanting of mantras stories are read by an elderly family member. It is a ritual of fasting for 30 days.
This Hinduism-related article is a stub. Women wear red colored clothes and bangles during the one-month period as it is believed that red is a sign of good luck. When the festival concludes next month, various types of food neoali prepared to mark the end of the day and it nepli believed that every thing has to be pieces even the flowers.
This app consists of the whole text from the sacred book along with a mellow voice reading out the stories.