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Original Navapashana Pazhani Murugan Moola Vigraham in Garbhagruham

Sonu Kanojia

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Lord Muruga Statue made of Navapashanam

Navapashanam term is derived from nava and pashanam. Nava means ‘nine’ and pashanam means ‘poisonous substance’. The great Siddha Bhogar classified 64 types of poisons out of which 32 is naturally acquired and 32 is artificially acquired. Out of these 64 poisonous substance, any nine can be chosen to make navapashanam. The nine poisonous substances chose to make the beads, malai and idols avalaible here are Veeram, Pooram, Rasam, Jathilingam, Kandagam, Gauri pasanam, Vellai Pasanam, Mridharsingh and Silasat. These Nine Pashanam were carefully selected to represent the nine planets of the solar system by Siddha Bogar. These are the basic nine poisonous substance used to constitute the Murugan Idol by Siddha Bogar in Palani Temple, India.

These nine pashanams, when processed with herbs and other elements and combined in an appropriate way can be formed into what we call as “NAVAPASHANAM”. These nine poisonous substances on their own or simple mixing are dangerously poisonous whereas when the making process undergoes a tantirc process, it becomes a powerful alchemy. Only siddhas with their tantric practice can constitute such Navapashanam.

In ancient times, many siddha’s were making navapashanam but the great master and Siddha, BHOGAR who is also known as the father of Navapashanam perfected it and made it available for mankind. His writings are still available in ancient palm scrolls. Since then, the powerful alchemy was heard among mankind.

Navapashanam, a single preparation can give many effects to humans medically and spiritually. It awakens the self to balance the energy and regenerate all human systems. It rebalances the five elements in our body. Dipping the sacred navapashanam in water or milk and consuming the liquid rejuvenates the body. The change that happens after acquiring navapashanam for oneself cannot be described in words and it can be simply described as a philosopher’s stone for all disease of mind, spirit and body.

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Is RSS serious about reaching out to parties other than BJP?

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What does this shift in RSS chief’s stand indicate? Is RSS serious about extending its cadre strength to parties other than BJP?

 

In the 3-day event that concluded on Wednesday, RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat came up with a rare praise for Congress and earful for BJP. As HW News has been mentioning, Bhagwat showed a complete detour in his statement from that of Modi.

In his speech on the day 1 of RSS conclave, Bhagwat heaped praises for the opposition Congress. It came as a surprise as Congress has been constantly criticising BJP and its ideological parent RSS. Mohan Bhagwat not only said that Congress has great contribution in India’s freedom movement but also said that the organization believes in the inclusion of all and the language of “mukt” is not in their lexicon.

Further, Mohan Bhagwat even said that the RSS does not have any particular political affiliation. However, it helps any political party that asks for help. He even mentioned that if any other party comes forth asking for help, the RSS will be happy to allot a “Sangathan Mantri”.

At a time when 2019 elections are just a few months away, what does this shift in RSS chief’s stand indicate? Is RSS serious about extending its cadre strength to parties other than BJP? HW News brings you opinions from across the political lines:

 

Bhai Jagtap, Mumbai Congress VP:

 

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“RSS has always carried communal ideological perspective. They have a communal agenda. If they want to lead the country forward they will have to leave communal ideology behind. They always speak about Hindutva and want to protect the interest of Hindus. They need to understand that though most of the people living in India are Hindu, the fabric of the country is different. If at all he is talking about the country and its development he has to clarify if  RSS is going to stick to their own agenda. This countries progress lies in acceptance of multi-culture, religion, and language. Even if they give an open invitation to Congress to work together for the betterment of the country, there is no way we can work together. Our ideologies are drastically different. We are like East and West. Congress as a party represents vividity and Multicultural society which is a contrast to the ideologies and beliefs of RSS.”

Madhav Bhandari, BJP Spokesperson:

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“He is asking other political organizations to come, unite and work together for the nation building. I don’t see any hint of their ideologies going against. The earlier Sarsanghachalak or chief also had same ideologies as what Dr. Mohan Bhagwat has, which reflects unity. Right since its inception, founders of RSS from Dr. Hedgewar to Dr. Mohan Bhagwat have been speaking in a unified language, there is no suggestion of RSS going against BJP. When the opposition talks about liberalism and inclusive politics. Declining such an invitation shows the oppositions rigidity to listen to others viewpoints and their opinion.”

 

 

Nawab Malik, NCP Spokesperson:

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“What he wants to project to the people of this country is that there is a lot of anger in them against BJP and that they can not face RSS. This is a damage control strategy played out by both sides. They initially started with Gowalkars ideology now they are talking completely different. Why? It is RSS’s strategy to confuse the people of this country. This is nothing but damage control exercise that was pre-planned and executed to confuse the people. They want to divert the mind of the people from other issues.”

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Will the fuel price touch Rs. 100 mark?

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With the continuous hike in petrol and diesel prices, will the fuel price in India touch Rs 100 mark? Or will the prices be reduced before the election?

 

Fuel prices yet again witnessed a fresh hike on Tuesday morning, with petrol and diesel being sold at Rs. 82.16 and Rs. 73.87 per liter respectively in the national capital.

The surge in fuel prices has affected people in Mumbai the most, with petrol retailing at Rs.89.54 per liter and diesel at Rs. 78.42 per liter.

While a litre of petrol is being sold for Rs. 83.91 and diesel for Rs. 75.53 in Kolkata, the petrol and diesel prices in Chennai rose to Rs. 85.31 and Rs. 78, respectively.

The constant rise in fuel prices is strengthening citizens’ demand for government’s intervention in the matter.

The Union Government has also been facing flak in the past few weeks for not implementing stringent measures to curb prices.

With the continuous hike in petrol and diesel prices, will the fuel price in India touch Rs. 100 mark? Or will the prices be reduced before the election? HW News brings you reactions from across political parties.

 

Majid Memon, NCP Spokesperson:

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“At the time of the election, they (the central government) will try to give the people a lollipop. The whole spectacle is for elections. So people can say that we did this. First gradually increase and then decrease again. This is not an economic problem, it is a political problem. They will spoil the economy so that if this government does not come back to power, there will be difficulties for the new government.”

 

Madhav Bhandari, BJP Spokesperson:

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“It is clear that the government cannot control the price of petrol, diesel. Reducing the prices of petrol, diesel is in the hands of the GST Council. If petrol and diesel are within the purview of GST, then the costs can be reduced to a great extent. But the GST Council’s decision depends on the Congress and other non-BJP ruled states. Because there is a decision with a vote in GST Council. The majority do not. Congress and non-BJP ruled states should clarify that they will cooperate to reduce the cost of petrol diesel and bring them to the realm of GST. The Congress party is running Dogali policy, speaks out against these prices but creates problems in bringing GST to the council. Congress should clarify its attitude. It is just speculation that prices of petrol and diesel will be reduced by the Central Government at the time of the election, and I do not want to comment on speculation.”

 

Sachin Sawant, MPCC Spokesperson:

 

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“The current government’s concerns only comes to the foreground before and during the time of elections. They are concerned with electoral success. They do not have the sensitivity or is concerned about the plight of the people. As far as the taxes are concerned Maharashtra remains to be the top taxpayer compared to other states. The prices of petrol and diesel, the people of Maharashtra are compelled to pay is huge. Since we have been continuously demanding to reduce the taxes, the government, on the other hand, is increasing taxes on certain commodities and services. There is no apathy from the BJP government’s side towards the people of this country facing problems due to increasing inflation. It has a cascading effect on the farming activities as well. The farmers are also at the receiving end. Just because the General Elections are around the corner they might try to reduce the prices, which is highly condemnable. I believe that they should act vigilantly and take action right away to curb the prices of Petrol and Diesel like how Karnataka government has done.”

 

Sandip Deshpande, MNS Spokesperson:

 

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“The prices definitely reach the 100 mark or may even surpass that mark to be the highest priced fuel. The way the prices are going up and the competition of against dollar is ever increasing and in such a situation the prices tend to go up. This government is very insensitive towards the people. Mr. Ramdas Athawale during such situation has made an insensitive comment whereby he has said that I am a minister and that I get petrol free is unacceptable. This is the kind of mentality that the BJP party men nurture. The people will answer such an insensitivity in the upcoming election. Even if they reduce the fuel prices exponentially before or during the coming 2019 General Elections, the people or the voters are smart enough to identify such gimmicks and to not fall for the trap. BJP won’t be able to pull the same gimmick and repeating again before the election. The people are vigilant and intelligent towards such gimmicks.”

 

Gajanand Kirtikar, Shiv Sena, MP

The prices are ought to increase. Once the GST is applied there will be a direct impact on the consumer. This is a prominent reason why the budget has been increasing and there is an increase in the price of commodities for that matter. Though the measures have been taken. But due to GST, the prices to the consumers are higher than the traders. The fuel prices are directly related to the international crude oil prices which tend to fluctuate. So, now nothing can be said on if the prices will touch 100 or surpass the mark in coming years. Considering the situation in the context of the prices, people have already lost faith in the present government. People of the country are smart and they know whom to vote. There is going to be zero impact on the voters’ mind even if the sitting government reduce the price right before the coming elections.

 

 

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Will India be able to bring Vijay Mallya back?

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With the uncertainty hanging over the extradition of liquor barren and absconder Vijay Mallya,  the question is will India be able to bring him back?

 

Close on the heels of liquor baron Vijay Mallya’s extradition hearing in London last week, the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) is likely to file another chargesheet on the matter, within a month.

Many senior officials of banks who had dealt with loans given to Mallya’s now grounded Kingfisher Airlines may be named as accused in the new chargesheet by CBI, said people with knowledge of the matter.

This would be the first chargesheet in the case pertaining to loans of more than ₹ 6,000 crores given to Kingfisher Airlines by a consortium of 17 banks led by State Bank of India (SBI) which alone had an exposure of ₹ 1,600 crores.

The agency has already filed a charge sheet against Mallya last year in connection with a separate case related to a ₹ 900 crore loan by IDBI Bank Ltd, in which senior officials of the state-run bank were allegedly involved. The CBI had registered two cases against Mallya related to the IDBI loans in 2015 and consortium loan in 2016.

Vijay Mallya fled the country on March 2, 2016. He recently made a sensational revelation that he had met Finance Minister Arun Jaitley before leaving the country. However, Jaitley denied having given an appointment to the liquor barren.

With the uncertainty hanging over the extradition of liquor barren and absconder Vijay Mallya,  the question is will India be able to bring him back? HW News Brings you reactions from across the political parties:

 

Akhilesh Bhargava, HW Business & Finance Editor:

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“I don’t think it is a question of whether Vijay Mallya will be brought back to India. Firstly, his extradition proceedings going on in London, look like will go in his favor. From the legal perspective, he will not be dragged in India because he has been extradited. He might not even be jailed. The Arthur Jail controversy has already died down. The real question is, would he want to come back. I think Vijay Mallya would want to come back to India. On sheer logic, most of his assets are still in India. It is very obvious that he would want to come back and take back the assets before they are all impounded under the new Fugitive Economic Offenders Act.”

 

Bhai Jagtap, Mumbai Congress Vice President:

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“I don’t think so, for the very the simple reason that the sitting government (BJP Government) has, in fact, helped many people to flee from India and not just Vijay Mallya. The names on the list are never-ending, it contains names right from Vijay Mallya to Lalit Modi to Nirav Mod to Mehul Chowksi and so on. They fled with innocent people’s livelihood in hand. I don’t think this government will ever try to bring him back to the country. People have started doubting their intentions. The best example of this would be like the case of Vijay Mallya would be Nirav Modi. There was information furnished to the PMO about his fraudulent deeds and he might flee from India soon. The PMO continued his silence and as a result, he fled. This government has supported the frauds in the country to flee. The reasons that they are providing to justify their deeds will not be accepted by us and the people of this country. Mr. Rahul Gandhi, in fact, has actually helped CBI to unearth such a big fraudulent deed and if Congress comes in power stringent action will be taken towards curbing such acts.”

Nawab Malik, NCP Spokesperson:
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“This is before the court of London. The most prominent question that arises here is that why did he run away in the first place? The lookout notice was consciously diluted by the BJP government to misguide the CBI. They have supported him to run away from the country. BJP Government has not only helped Vijay Mallya but other fraudulent defaulters like Nirav Modi and Mehul Choksi. Even Raghuram Rajan had issued a letter to the PMO to take a fast track action against the willful defaulters and to stop them from fleeing but the warning fell on deaf ears. The present government is responsible for the trauma that the country is facing and why the banking sector is running dry.”
Madhav Bhandari, BJP Spokesperson:
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“Vijay Mallya has mischievously claimed that he met Honorable Finance Minister, Mr. Arun Jaitley before leaving India. Mallya made his come-back on this statement and cleared that he hasn’t at all met the Finance Minister. Nor formally neither in any official custody. Secondly, the thanks-giving letter that he had sent to the former Prime Minister, Manmohan Singh has come to the fore. Names of the real culprits of this fraudulent act have come out in open. If Vijay Mallya is implicating anybody then that is former Prime Minister, Manmohan Singh, former Finance Minister, and the entire Congress clan. The legal procedure is on in the UK and I  have full hope in the Indian legal system. The UK legal system will help us to bring him back to India. In fact after the infamous claim that he (Vijay Mallya) made of him meeting the Finance Minister has actually helped to backtrack him.”
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