crystal quartz sphatik mala

Quartz or commonly known as Sphatik in India is a crystal clear, hard, colorless and lustrous stone (Mineral) gifted to us by our mother Nature. This stone is used to please and strengthen planet Venus. Venus is a strong Planet as it is the ruling planet of love, harmony and wealth. Wearing a Sphatik fulfills all worldly pleasures and desires to the wearer. It comes in various shapes and sizes and has great healing properties as it is a good conductor of energy and light and hence provide sonic protection to the person from negative vibrations and energies. Sphatik is a stone that eradicates negativity from the possessor life by amplifying and transmitting the positivity and happiness in life.

Sphatik /Quartz is molded into various religious shapes and figures for worship due to its usefulness. Idols of God like statue of Crystal Ganesha and Shiva are made. Figurines of Crystal Tortoise is also very beneficial product per the Fengshui and Indian Astrology as it is a symbol and enhancer of prosperity and good luck. Sphatik Mala (Rosary) is most used for adorning in the neck and for chanting purposes not only in Hindu religion but also by other faiths due to its purity and auspiciousness.

Sphatik Mala is a very strong and powerful mala(rosary) made of 108+1 beads. It is the ideal rosary to appease and worship the Shakti, that is Goddess Parvati (Symbol of Power), Lakshmi (Goddess of Wealth) and Saraswati (Goddess of Knowledge). It is said that a human achieves all that he desires when he/she chants the Mantra from Sphatik rosary. It helps in improvement of financial conditions and accumulation of wealth. It is great to chant Gayatri Mantra from it.

The best day to wear the Sphatik Mala (Rosary) is Friday after taking bath.

Benefits of Sphatik Mala:

  • It is very significant rosary for chanting the hymns or Mantras of the Goddess Shakti, hence a must for her followers.
  • It stabilizes the person mind by making him/her calm and reduces tension and high blood pressure.
  • It pleases Goddess Lakshmi and therefore helps the wearer in financial difficulties/times and helps in achieving success and generation of money in business or job.
  • Wearing a Sphatik Mala reduces the body heat as it is cold and helps in absorption and reduction of anger.
  • It reduces the anger and ego of the person which acts like a villain in the personal relations and hence strengthens love, respect and harmony in the relations.
  • It does not have any negative effect on the wearer or possessor. It only brings positivity and happiness in life.






Navratri Durga Ma

Navratri is the festival of nine (Nav) nights (Ratri) dedicated to Goddess Durga. During these nine days, the Goddess is invoked and worshipped by millions of worshippers and people observe fast and indulge in various festivities. Goddess Durga (Devi) is the Adi shakti and the most prominent Hindu Goddess. She is also fondly called Maa (Mother) as she bestows love and affection on her worshippers like a mother. Navratri festival is celebrated twice a year, once in March-April known as Chaitri Navratri marking the after-autumn harvest or harvesting season and second and more popular one, Sharada Navratri (September-November) followed by Dusshera (the festival of victory of Lord Rama over the Demon king Ravana). The Festival marks the victory of good over evil. The Festival not only is dedicated to Goddess Durga but other deities like Lord Rama, Ganesha, Lord Shiva and Goddess Laksmi and Saraswati are also well-regarded and worshipped.


As per the legend or Hindu mythology she fought many battles with various demons who were Anti-Gods. They (Mahishasura, Madhu-Kaithab, the evil king Shumbha and Nishumbha) tried to threaten peace and spread Adharma (Evil deeds) by overturning the rule of Indra (the ruler of heaven). The God’s wandered homeless on Earth without any power. They found solace in the Trinity (lord Shiva, Vishnu and Brahma) and prayed them to restore peace and prosperity among heaven and Earth. In their guidance, all the deities concentrated their power on one thing and the power took a shape/form of a woman known as Goddess Durga. They even showered the Goddess with their weapons and various gifts. Goddess Durga chose a lion as her vehicle. Goddess Durga in turn heard the grievances and pain of the Gods and promised them to kill the various demons time and again. She killed the entire army of demons especially the buffalo demon, Mahishasura.


The festival of Navratri is celebrated in all parts of the country (India). In Northern India people conduct special prayers to please the Goddess like Mata Ki Chowki or Jagaran (over-night praying of the Goddess) along with observing fast (absence of grains) during these nine days. They even recite a book called Durga Shapshati, which glorifies the act of the Goddess and how she killed various demons. Even in North- Eastern and Eastern states like West Bengal, it is celebrated with full frill and frolic with beautiful Pandaals (Stage) of the deity being organized. Gujarat state celebrates the festival by offering prayers along with the organization of Dandiya Dance/Garba (Folk Dance done with the help of sticks on devotional songs) and in some parts of the country as Saraswati Puja. On this festival married women and even girls pray to Goddess durga for a good husband or for the longevity of their life. They offer many religious products easily accessible in Navratri Puja Kits like Kumkum, Turmeric, Coconut, Shringaar (beauty products, a symbol of married life), fruits, new clothes, veil (Red Chunri) on Goddess Durga to appease her.


  • CHAITRI NAVRATRI- 28 March- 5 April 2017
  • SHARADA NAVRATRI- 21 September- 29 September



In our ancient scriptures, it is religiously mentioned that a Shivlingam made of Parad (solidified Mercury) have extraordinary powers which can bring longevity and happiness to the worshipper, stability in the mind and actions and can even remove all his sins and miseries. Mercury is a very pure metal and per the Purana’s and ancient metallurgy it is the seed of Lord Shiva. When kept in the Sun this Shivlingam radiates rainbow colours. Hence Shivling made of Mercury is million times more effective, divine, powerful and auspicious than any other Shivlingam made of stones, gems, gold or other metal.



The positive effects of Parad (Mercury) Shivlingam are mentioned in various Purana’s:

  • Yoga Shikoupanishad Granth says that Parad shivling/ Shivlingam is referred as Super lingam as it is a place (Shivalaya) where Lord Shiva powers reside. So, anyone who worships it (Male or Female) or where it resides tend to lead a successful and wealthy life.
  • Brahma Vaivarta Purana a Maha-Purana of Hinduism states that till the time the moon and sun exist in this galaxy or universe, till that time the worshipper of the Parad Shivlingam will attain all worldly pleasures such as wealth, health, respect, success, longevity and attainment of moksha at the end of the life span.
  • Per the Shiva Purana, Parad Shivling is so powerful that it can remove the sins of all the bad deeds whether it is cow slaughter, human slaughter, abortion and even bad behaviour with parent with its mere sight and worship.
  • Parad Shivling holds importance in Ayurveda also as Mercury helps in regulating and controlling various diseases such as heart problems, blood pressure, tension, asthma and increases concentration.
  • Vayuviya Purana, also describes Parad Shivlingam to bless the worshipper with healthy and prosperous life. It even increases the longevity of life.
  • It removes the bad effects of Vaastu Dosha from the house or office.
  • It brings harmony and peace among the couples.

A person who worships and adores this magical and powerful Parad/Mercury Shivlingam with proper belief in God and procedure leads a fruitful life and becomes physically, mentally and socially sound. So, one should bring Parad Shivling to his/her home or office to remove all the miseries from his life.




My visit to the holy Temple

I recently visited the city of lakes Udaipur, Rajasthan. It is a beautiful place with many lakes (Pichola lake, Fatehsagar), palaces and monuments, great culture and food, and amazing history of its brave heroes especially of the king Maharana Pratap Singh. While I was on its visit, I happen to see a small place called Nathdwara, which was around 50 kilometres’ northeast of Udaipur. The importance and holiness of this place is known throughout India.

Nathdwara houses the idol of Shreenath Ji (the child form of lord Krishna) holding a mountain (Govardhan hill situated near Agra) and hence the temple is called Shreenath Ji temple or Shreenath Ji Haveli. We were scared by the driver that it will be better to go along with a priest for better Darshan (viewing of the temple). After negotiating with a young priest, we started our holy walk to the temple of lord Shreenath ji situated in the narrow lane. There were many shops and hawkers selling idols, Tulsi mala (Rosary) and other souvenirs of Lord Krishna like his vastra (clothes) etc. The young priest told us about the history of the temple that the main idol of Shreenath ji was brought to Mewar, Rajasthan through Agra and Gwalior, during the rule of Aurangzeb, to safeguard the deity from destruction. The chariot carrying the idol of Shreenath Ji got stuck in mud near Sihad village of Mewar while traveling, and so the idol was established in a temple with the consent of then king, Rana of Mewar. Per the legends, the temple was built in the 17th century at the spot chosen by Shreenath ji himself.

We were even told about different timings of the temple opening starting from 5.30 A.M.- 6.10 A.M.(Mangla), 7.15 A.M.- 7.45 A.M.(Shringaar), 9.15 A.M.- 9.30 A.M.(Gwal), 11.15 A.M.- 12.10 P.M.(Rajbhog), 3.45 P.M.-4.00 P.M.(Uthapan), 4.40 P.M.-5 P.M.(Bhog), 5.10P.M.-6.00P.M.(Aarti). We reached there at 11.30 A.M. during Rajbhog timings when Lord Shreenath Ji is decorated with beautiful flowers, offered lunch and preparations are made for his afternoon sleep. As soon as we entered the temple, the atmosphere inside was so electric as people were regularly chanting the names of lord Krishna. After removing the slippers, me and my husband were separated in two different lanes (one for females and other for males). There were security personnel to manage the crowds but still there were a lot many people to offer prayers and seek blessings of God. I too enter the main compound amidst crowd and as soon as I laid my eyes on the deity I felt relaxed and sensed the presence of the supreme. I offered my prayers to Shreenath ji. After the darshan (Sighting) of the main deity we were shown various room like a drawing room, rooms storing betel leaves, sweets, milk and flowers, kitchen and even treasury. We also purchase a kilogram of sweets (Prasadam). With this, our journey to this holy abode came to end. We paid money to the young priest and finally bow our heads towards the temple. I wish that Lord Shreenath ji call me again.


Business / Profession Enhancing YANTRA

Yantra’s are geometrical designs and shapes containing special images and numbers which are used to perform prayers to the deities in Hindu religion. Every Yantra has its own unique way of solving different problems like Shree Yantra and Kuber Yantra for prosperity, Navgraha Yantra to pacify certain problems of your birth chart, Maha Mrityunjaya Yantra to defy untimely death, similarly Vyapaar Vridhi Yantra (Business Enhancing Yantra) is an important Yantra as it helps in increasing the business by magnifying its profits and plummeting the losses of the enterprise and results in overall success and prosperity. It is a Yantra pleasing both Lord Ganesha and Goddess Lakshmi. This Yantra should be specifically used if you are incurring losses again and again despite proper efforts. It will help in accumulation of wealth and more profits in the balance sheets. People who want to get new jobs or want a promotion in the existing one are also benefitted by this Yantra.

The Yantra helps the businessman or the job seekers in a very positive manner by helping in realizing their goals in an easy way. This way we continuously seek blessing of God for a better/ successful entity. It brings fame and good luck to the bearer. This Yantra garners better effects when used along with the Shree Yantra whose presiding deity is Goddess Lakshmi (Goddess of wealth).


  • Vyapaar Vridhi Yantra should be kept at your work place/ work station, office or business premises, in cash lockers or where registers are kept.
  • The Yantra should be kept in a clean and pure area facing East or North direction.
  • The most ideal day to place this Yantra is Wednesday.
  • It should be placed in the above-mentioned places by properly energizing the Yantra by chanting the right mantras and offering prayers.
  • The following mantras should be chanted to gratify the deity:

    “Om Gang Ganpataye Namah”

    Om Akarshaye Namah”



Feng Shui is a Chinese art of placing certain objects in such a manner which positively transforms the environment of the surroundings by flow of positive energies. The place turns lucky where these positive energies flow. FengShui offers many objects that help in removing the bad flow of the negative energies and the three-legged frog is one among it. In Chinese tradition and culture, frog is considered as a symbol of wealth and prosperity and is referred as Money Frog or Money Toad. In Chinese, it is called Jin Chan (Golden Toad) or Chan Chu. Per the Chinese legend, the Money Frog was the wife of one of the Eight immortals. She was punished for stealing the peach from the Heaven and was turned into a frog. As she was too greedy and craved for more money, keeping this Money Frog (Three-Legged) will bring fortunes along with it.

The frog is usually seen with red eyes and flaring nostrils. It carries a coin in its mouth and usually sits upon a pile of Chinese gold coins. The coin in the mouth symbolizes a sign to attract wealth and the string of coins around its feet offers protection from disaster and bad luck. Sometimes coins come separately with the frog and is to be placed in the mouth by the buyer for better luck.

Fengshui Frog

Money Frog


Certain things must be kept in mind while placing the frog in the home or office.

  • Firstly, put the Frog to life by tying a red ribbon to it. Without tying the ribbon to the frog, the frog is deemed lifeless, it will have no positive effect and will not shower and retain wealth in its surroundings. So, activation of the frog is a must.
  • The direction in which the frog is kept has the utmost importance. The frog should always be kept in direction facing inside the house or in the north direction. This way the frog will safeguard your existing wealth and will increase your fortunes. It will good luck to the surrounding people.
  • The best place to keep the Money Frog is near the main entrance (door) of the house or work place and it can also be kept near the lockers or cash registers. It should not be kept on the ground, rather keep it on low shelves or tables.
  • Places like bedrooms, kitchen, washrooms and dining areas should be avoided for keeping the Frog.
  • For better results, more than one frog should be kept in the house.
  • A broken Frog should not be kept. It should be replaced immediately.

    So go ahead and get the money frog for your home and Puja ghar.