Wednesday, October 15, 2014

How to Get Tons of Money Praying On 2014 Diwali Day

Simple Diwali Prayer to get tons of money
How to earn tons of money quickly!

Date and Time

In the year 2014, the worship (prayer date and time) as per Indian Standard Time is On October 23. Laxmi Puja is performed during the Shubh Time - below is mentioned the best time for Puja as mentioned in North Indian, Gujarati and Marathi calendars and Panchang. The best Muhurat, or Good time, to perform Puja is during the evening. But in some regions the Puja is also performed during a specific period in the morning and afternoon.
Pray on Diwali for enormous wealth
This is how to pray on Diwali for enormous wealth


Diwali Tithi (Prayer time) is from 1:48 AM on October 23 to 2:43 AM on October 24, 2014

The majority of the calendars and Panchangs in India have given the best time to perform Lakshmi Puja is between

• 5:33 PM evening until 11:13 PM on October 23, 2014 in North Indian Calendars.
• 6:09 PM evening until 08:39 PM in Marathi Calendars
Gujarati Calendar Time for Lakshmi Puja on October 23, 2014:
  1. 6.41 AM to 8.06 AM
  2. 10.59 AM to 3.17 PM
  3. 4.42 PM to 9.16 PM
  4. 12.22 AM to 1.55 AM on October 24
  5. 3.28 AM to 6.40 AM, October 24

Note: There is also a popular belief that the entire Diwali day is auspicious and there is no right or wrong time for performing the Puja. Please note that all time is based on Indian Standard Time (IST). Please adjust as per your date and time if you stay abroad

Now how to Pray and Get Enormous Wealth. Follow This Simple Procedure

  • Take a bath (All members who want to join in prayer) and wear clean clothes
  • Keep a small table facing east 
  • Spread a red cloth on a table
  • Keep idols or an image of  Lord Ganesha and Goddess Laxmi on the cloth (get images from the internet if you can't get it in the market)
  • Laxmi Ganesh on Laptop or just keep your laptop with images of Laxmi and Ganesh
  • Keep Candles, Fresh flowers, some sweets and ripe Bananas on the right side of the images/idols
  • Start praying:
  • Offer flowers, sweets and Bananas, first to Lord Ganesha and then to Goddess Laxmi
  • Your wife or beloved/respected person should be on your right
  • Look at Lord Ganesh and pray
  • “Om mahāgaṇapataye namaḥ“
  • Then look at the image of Goddess Laxmi and pray
  • “Om namo mahālakṣmyai namaḥ” (Best is to recite 108 times, but minimum 11 times)
* Here are 2 the simplest one (108 times)
Simple Laxmi Mantra for Diwali

  • Then everybody should say with utmost concentration and sincerity:
  • “O Goddess Laxmi, give me and my family Peace, Health,  Wealth and Prosperity”
  • Distribute sweets put in front of the Idol / image to everybody
  • If possible, keep the main door of your house open for the night (To invite the Goddess to enter your house and bring prosperity)

  • Lord Kuber, the God of Wealth
    Lord Kuber, the God of Wealth
  • It is strongly recommended to pray to Lord Kuber who is The God of Wealth (108 times or min. 11 times)

ॐ कुबेरः त्वम् धनाधीशः गृहे ते कमला स्थिता ।

माम् देवीम् प्रेषयासु त्वम् मद् गृहे ते नमो नमः ॐ ||
“Om Kuber: tvam` Dhanaadheesh: Grrhe te Kamalaa Sthitaa.
Maam` Deveem` Presshayaasu tvam`, mad` Grrhe te Namo namah Om”

Warning secret revealed

Hidden Secret Mantra in Hindi for incredible wealth

Secret Mantra for great wealth to be recited on Diwali

English: Om Shri Hreem Shri KamalVasinye  Swaha || 

Playing cards on Diwali night

Before or after dinner, get ready to gamble with playing cards or dice and see the results from the next day

Thursday, September 25, 2014

How to Reborn and be Happy in 15 Days? Top 6 Ashrams to Stay

Ashram in nature's lap at Rishikesh
Ashram in nature's lap at Rishikesh

Why Should You Travel and Stay in an Ashram?

The magic of Ashrams in India is simply mesmeric. They breathe life into your mundane world by lifting your spirits and placing you at the peak of happiness.

This is achieved by making you realize-
1. We are each responsible for our own happiness. Sounds so simple, doesn't it?
2. The mind is something we can control.
3. Have more faith and be happy

This is an ultimate experience and one that you should take to take a new birth and life. Try to give an ashram at least 15 days, the longer you stay, the more the effects of the process will take hold. You need time to rid your body of toxins, calm your mind, open your soul and plant the seeds of happiness. This is the basic objective and benefits of Ashrams in India. An unforgettable experience in an ashram will terminate your wild goose chase for health, peace and happiness.

If you are looking for 5 star comforts, mouthwatering cuisine and beautiful women or men around you, then forget about having a divine new birth. Instead, go to any spa in 5 star resorts in India. You will find so called Yoga suited to your comforts and will guarantee that you go back to the same fixed boring routine from where you came.

My selections, especially for my discerning friends traveling to seek bliss 

1. Arsha Yoga Gayathri, Cochin

Arsha Yoga: Yoga retreat at a beach near Fort Cochin, Kerala, India

Arsha Yoga Gayathri, Cochin
Arsha Yoga Gayathri, Cochin
The ashram is owned by a very friendly couple, Harilal from south India and his wife Meera from Czech Republic, both very dedicated yogis. The location of the ashram is just amazing, right in front of a paradise beach called Gayathri Beach. Such a peaceful and calm atmosphere. They own two neighboring houses (a white house and a yellow house) that they use for the yoga courses. They have rooms in both houses where they receive the guests, but the main house for the courses is the yellow house where there is a small yoga hall at the roof top. An ideal place for a personal yoga retreat or holiday to just relax, enjoy the beach and practice yoga.

How to get there:

By train: nearest train station is Thrissur (22 km-45 min journey)

By air: nearest international airport is Cochin (COK) (60 km-1,5 to 2 hrs journey)

By bus: bus stop is called Vadanapally. From Guruvayur catch the bus to Ernakulam/ Kodungalur. From Thrissur catch the bus to Thriprayar/Vatanapally and get down at Vatanapally. From Ernakulam (Cochin) catch the bus to Guruvayur and get down at Vatanapally stop, which is a 2 hour bus journey. From Vatanapally one can call an autoriksha to Gayathri. Tell the driver to go to Edasheri beach. The ride will cost you approx. 60-80 Rs.

If you are interested the ashram can arrange transfer from/to the Cochin airport for approx. 1800 Rs.

For more details

2. Tureya Ashram

Outside view from Tureya Ashram
Outside view from Tureya Ashram
Hiking in the hills
Hiking in the hills
Located on the western side of the Elephant Valley in Kodaikanal, Tamil Nadu, India the Tureya ashram has settled into one of the few mountainous regions in southern India. Approximately 30 minutes from the Kodaikanal city center, the ashram has the convenience of road access and electricity, but is far enough removed from the city to be immersed in the sanctuary of nature’s mountainous ecosystem. The only facility on the west side of the valley, the ashram is bathed in the silent beauty of a primarily wild environment (aside from the few farmers who grow carrots, beans, potatoes, and garlic on hand sown terraced fields).
For further details

3. Cherian Ashram Holistic Centre

 Cherian Ashram Holistic Centre
Cherian Ashram Holistic Centre was founded in 2003 with a vision to provide holistic health, and to help the patients live a drug free life.


Cherian Ashram Ayurvedic Resort is centrally located in Kottayam, the heart of Kerala. A ten minute drive from Kottayam railway station on KK Road, which connects the Kumarakom backwaters to the Thekkady wildlife sanctuary.

Two nearest airports - Kochi and Thiruvananthapuram are at a distance of 65KM and 150KM respectively.

The term “Holistic” is derived from the word "wholestic", in medical vocabulary it connotes the system of treatment meant for the wellbeing of the human entity in its entirety, comprising of body, mind & soul. It is not merely a treatment to cure diseases. It has more a preventive role to play in as much as it keeps the diseases away from us by keeping our body, mind & soul in a highly, healthy condition.
The center has an individualistic approach of treatment wherein each patient is administered treatments on his/her entire individuality combining required Allopathic, Ayurvedic, Siddha, Acupressure, Agnihotra, Yoga and meditation techniques.
The center is located in a serene environment total greenery. Being 500 meters away from national highway (NH220), the center enjoys the merit of pollution-free and noise-free environment, as well as easy road access. The Ashram concept of the centre is unique for the young and old alike as everyone is stressed in life. The Ashram is founded on the principals of eco-friendly ambience on a daily Agnihotra practice both at sun rise and sunset.
For more details

4. Isha Foundation Ashram

Isha Foundation Ashram
Isha Foundation Ashram
The Isha Foundation is a non-profit organization, founded by Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev in 1992. Its purpose is to foster people's spiritual and physical wellbeing through yoga and outreach programs, such as environmental rejuvenation. The core of the Foundation's activities is a customized system of yoga called Isha Yoga. The 3-7 day introductory program, known as Inner Engineering, introduces guided meditations and a powerful inner energy process for deep inner transformation.

How to Get to the Yoga Center

The Isha Yoga Center is situated 30 kms. West of Coimbatore at the foothills of the Velliangiri Mountains, part of the Nilgiris Biosphere. Coimbatore, a major industrial city in South India, is well connected by air, rail and road. Airlines operate regular flights to Coimbatore from Chennai, Delhi, Mumbai and Bangalore. Train services are available from all major cities in India. Regular bus and taxi services are also available from Coimbatore to Isha Yoga Center.
For more details

5. The Yogoda Satsanga Sakha Ashram, Dwarahat.

A must!
Unfortunately, you are allowed to stay for maximum 10 days at the ashram and only for Self Realization Fellowship
Dwarahat is a small town in Almora district in the Kumaon region of Uttrakhand State. It has an average altitude of 5000 ft (1500 m). The climate is cool all round the year and is especially cold in the winter months (November-February).
 Dwarahat town
 Dwarahat town

The YSS Ashram is located about 1.5 km from the Dwarahat town and is surrounded by pine forest on all sides. On the way from town to the Ashram, to the right is the Government Rest House, where Sri Daya Mataji had stayed during her visit to the cave in 1963-64 at the YSS ashram had not been built then.
An amazing place!

How to Reach

By Road
Dwarahat is connected to various cities in North India. (About 400 km from Delhi, 475 km from Lucknow, 450 km from Dehradun, 375 km from Haridwar, and 38 km from Ranikhet).
By Rail
Kathgodam is the nearest Railway Station. It is well connected by trains from Delhi, Kolkota, Lucknow, Jammu and Dehradun. From here you can go by a private taxi or by a share taxi or by bus. The ashram is around 120 km.
(Route: Kathgodam – Bhimtal – Bhowali – Garampani – Khairna – Ranikhet - Dwarahat)
For more details 

6. The Divine Life Society, Ashram

The Divine Life Society, Ashram
Founded by Swami Sivananda
Rishikesh is 225 km by road north-north-east of Delhi on the Delhi-Badrinath National Highway. Sivananda Ashram is 3 km from Rishikesh, on the way to Badrinath. This region is known as 'Devabhoomi,' region of gods, and the area around the Ashram as Muni-Ki-Reti. Rishikesh is 24 km from the well-known pilgrim center, Haridwar, and 45 km from Dehra Dun, the capital of the state of Uttarakhand.

Objective: To make every attempt to cultivate divine virtues, selflessness, straightforwardness, courage, serenity, generosity, mercy and self-restraint, this in reality is Divine life or life in God. Ever keep up a balanced mind in success and failures, censures and praise, honor and dishonor, gain and loss, heat and cold. Give up identification with the body, wife, children and all kinds of property. Identify yourself with the all-pervading immortal blissful Atman and rest peacefully in Brahman.
For more details

Monday, September 15, 2014

The Secret of Indian Tribes and Their Hot Women

Stunning Ladakhi (J&K) Tribal Beauty
Stunning Ladakhi (J&K) Tribal Beauty
Beautiful Tribal woman from Sikkim
Beautiful Tribal woman from Sikkim

30 years my travel in my India and she continues to baffle me...
The ancient and mysterious with occult culture,  spiritual and paranormal with the otherworldly beauty of the women of the tribal world in India had been a stunning revelation for me. I just want more and more..

India, along with Africa, has the largest tribal population in the world. The statistics are quite astonishing: the 533 different tribes, made up of more than 80 million tribals, represents almost 10% of India's population.
The other incredible fact is that the tribal women in India are the most beautiful tribals in the world
The lives of the tribes in India are closely tied to nature, and they inhabit some of the most pristine and picturesque environments in the country. Largely unaffected by the modern world, they're very simple and often curious people, who have retained their rituals and customs.

Here are six of the best places to tour, tribal beauty in India, and get an unforgettable experience of why are they attractive and happy.

With my own past experiences, though not common, if girls like you, you can look forward for a combative and ecstastic sex. 

Where to find them in India?

1. Nagaland and Northeast India
2. Orissa
3. Chhattisgarh
4. Rajasthan
5. Maharashtra
6. Andaman Islands
However, due to migration over the period of time, these tribes are seen in other states, including  Goa, Himachal, Ladakh-J&K, Assam to name a few more.


1. Nagaland and Northeast India

Angtam Tribal Beauty, Nagaland
Angtam Tribal Beauty, Nagaland

There are 16 major tribes in untamed Nagaland, which shares a border with Myanmar in remote north east India. Whether you venture to the villages just a few hours from Kohima, or to the far-off districts of Mon and Mokokchung, you're sure to be engaged by the fascinating tribal village life in Nagaland.

Khasi Tribal beauty, Meghalaya
Khasi Tribal beauty, Meghalaya 
Where women of India rule the roost and men demand gender equality...
The Khasi people of north-eastern India are a matrilineal society and some men aren't happy
The Khasi, who number about 1 million in India's northeastern state of Meghalaya, carry on the
matrilocal tradition. The youngest daughter inherits, children take their mother's surname, and once married, men live in their mother-in-law's home.
In the state capital Shillong, women wear skirts to church, put on lipstick and drive their cars with their windows open, listening to music. Many are happy to stay single.

Tours: Greener Pastures, offer many different tribal tours. Their newest tour is an extensive 32 day Tribal Frontiers of Northeast India tour through Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Meghalaya, and Nagaland.
Contact: Here

2. Odisha (Orissa)

Khasi Tribal beauty, Meghalaya
Khasi Tribal beauty, Meghalaya 
The largest number of tribes, 62, can be found in Orissa. These ancient people with mystical ancient ways dwell in Orissa's remote, deep forests and hilly interiors. Most of them are in the southwest part of the state. You'll need to go on an organized tour to visit the tribes in Orissa as some tribal areas are quite inaccessible and require permits, and language is also a barrier. Puri is the best place to arrange tribal tours. Tours run for at least five nights/six days, due to the amount of travel involved.

Tours: Heritage Tours operates a 7 day Tribal Wonders tour.  Also try community-based Grass Routes Journeys in Puri, which run 13 day tribal trail tours. Alternatively, stay at the boutique Chandoori Sai Guest House in the heart of tribal Orissa.
Heritage Tours
Grassroutes Journeys

3. Chhattisgarh

Tribal Beauties from States of central India
Tribal Beauties from States of central India
Bordering Odisha, over a third of its population is tribal, with most of them living in the thickly forested areas in the Bastar region. The tribes, which are predominantly Gonds, are known for producing beautiful arts and crafts, music and dance, and unorthodox marriage practices. Young men and women live together in groups in Ghotul huts and interact freely before getting married. The Dusshera festival is one of the most important festivals of the region, and is celebrated in unique style there.

Tours: Make your way to Royal Bastar Farm, which forms part of the tribal village. You'll get to interact closely with the tribes in their daily life.
For Top Tribal Stay: Here

Economical short tours Official website of Chattisgarh:
Download package brochure: 

4. Rajasthan

Desert Tribal Beauty from Jaisalmer, Rajasthan
Desert Tribal Beauty from Jaisalmer, Rajasthan

Around 15% of Rajasthan's population is tribal. The Bhil tribe, the predominant group, were amongst the original inhabitants of Rajasthan. You can also celebrate the Holi festival in traditional style in Banswara with the Bhils.

Conveniently located not far from Jodhpur, Bishnoi village provides an authentic experience of rural Rajasthan. The fascinating Bishnoi tribe reveres nature and live in harmony with it, so much so that they bury their dead (instead of burn them like other Hindus) to preserve trees as wood is used in cremation.
Bishnoi Village Tribal stunning beauty, Rajasthan
Bishnoi Village Tribal stunning beauty

Tours: You can go on a Bishnoi Village Safari from Jodhpur. You'll be able to visit artisans such as weavers, potters and block printers, and spot wildlife. For a traditional stay, two of the best options are Chhotaram Prajapat's Homestay and Bishnoi Village Camp and Resort.

Contact: Tribal Tours and Bishnoi village

5. Maharashtra and Gujrat

Bhil Tribal beauty, Maharastra and Gujrat
Bhil Tribal beauty, Maharastra and Gujrat

Maharashtra and Gujrat has a large tribal population. The state is home to almost 50 tribes, with the main ones being Bhils, Gonds, Mahadeo Kolis, Pawras, Thakurs and Warlis.

Tours: Grassroutes, a community based rural tourism venture, runs regular trips to Purushwadi village, home of the Mahadeo Koli tribe. The tribe lives in harmony with nature there, earning a living through farming. You'll be able to stay with the tribal families and experience what it's like to live in a tribal village.
Contact: Here

6. Andaman Islands

Primitive beauties of now forbidden tribe Jawara, Andaman Islands
Primitive beauties of now forbidden tribe Jawara, Andaman Islands
The tribes of the Andaman Islands – the Jarawa, Great Andamanese, Onge and Sentinelese – are believed to have lived in their Indian Ocean home for up to 55,000 years.
They are now vastly outnumbered by several hundred thousand Indians, who have settled on the islands in recent decades. Though their territory is now closed, not before the damage done by human safaries and exploitation.

Contact for tribal tours: Here