Why do we fall ?

“Why do we fall? So we can learn to pick ourselves back up.”

-Alfred in Batman Begins

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The TANDAVA #MahaShivratri Special

ॐ नमः शिवाय

The world bows to Lord Shiva, I bow to lord shiva

According to Hindu traditional belief that Lord Shiva is the ruler of all dancers. He was a specialist in the thandava style of moving. This is an overwhelming masculine style of moving. This shiv tandav stotra is about him while in the demonstration of moving. Similar sounding word usage and likeness in sound make annoying floods of reverberating magnificence in this incredible stotra.

This stotra which is so superb was created by none other than Ravana, the evil presence ruler, who ruled over Sri Lanka, who was one of the great devotees of Lord Shiva. Once the glad Ravana vanquished the whole India and drew nearer Mount Kailas on top of which Lord Shiva lives with his consort Goddess Parvathi.

Ravana called Lord Shiva to descend. When he didn’t, he evacuated the mountain with his twenty hands. This made Goddess Parvathi unsteady. At that point Lord Shiva pushed down the mountain with his thumb. Ravana was smashed by the heaviness of the mountain. There he adulated Lord Shiva by singing the Sama Veda and this extraordinary stotra made by him. Ruler Shiva was pleased andpardoned him.

Money buys happiness

Money is one of those ‘ever-ending’ things on earth which can be described as necessary evil. Precisely. Let’s look around you, everything, everyone, every dream, motivation, passion and hunger to succeed is more or less relates to the ‘green in the pocket’. People often have different versions of money. Whether you call it prosperity, wealth, power, fortune or affluence, it all means the same.

Money will come and go, we all know it but you can’t perform on a stage or go to a sports trial if you don’t have your bread and milk.

The above words (passion, etc.) Are all those which requires enough money for you to breath.

those who say money can’t buy happiness are shopping at the wrong places.