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Hinduon Ke Vrat

Hinduon Ke Vrat

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Hindu jan-maanas kee aavashyakata tatha unakee ruchi ko dhyaan mein rakhate huye is pustak ka prakaashan kiya gaya hai. Pustak mein hinduu dhrm-granthon ke aadhaar par aavashyakataanusaar praamaanik jaanakaaree dee gaee hai. Vrat evan parv ke aadhyaatmik paksh ko vaigyaannik tathyon dvaara pushti kee gaee hai. Is pustak kaa prakaashan kaee sampaadakoon, sameekshakoon evan vidvatjanoon dvaara kiee gaee shodhon ka parinaam hai.
Vrat bhartiya sanskrti evan sabhyata kee dhrohar hai . Dhrm-praan bhaarat mein vrat ke manaye jaanee ka mukhya uddeshya hai manushya aur manushya ke beech, manushya aur prakirti ke beech saamanjasya sthaapit karana. Ye maanav man mein navonmesh lekar aatee hain, lok ke saath paralok sudharane kee prerana dete hain. Jeevan ko santulit rakhatee huye khaaleepan ko koson duur le jaate hain. Ye manushya ko tapobhuut kar use shubh kaaryon kee taraf agrasarit karate hain. Bhaarateeya janamaanas ko samay-samay par ekata ke suutra mein piroone ka kaarya vrat evan tyohaar hee karatin hain.
Vratopavaas aatmashodhn ka ek sarvashreshth upaay hai, shakti ka uttam srot hai. Brahmachary, ekaantavaas, maun evan aatmanireekshan aadi kee vidha sampann karane ka sarvashreshth maarg hai. Jeevan ke utthaan aur vikaas kee adbhut shakti, aatmavishvaas aur anushaasan kee bhaavana bhee vastutah vrat niyam ke paalan se hee aatee hai . Vedon ke mataanusaar vrat aur upavaas ke niyam paalan se shareer ko tapaana hee tap hai. Isase maanav jeevan safal hota hai.
Pustak kee visheeshata yah hai ki bhaaratavarsh mein saikadon varshon se manaee jaanee vaalee vrat jaisee - Ganagaur Gauree T rteeya, Nirjala ekaadashee, guruu puurnima, ahooee ashtamee, devaatthaanee eekaadashee, soolah soomavaar, shukravaar vrat aadi saikadon any vratoon ko maheenon ke anusaar rangeen chitron dvaara susajjit kiya gaya hai.(Fasting as a ritual goes back to many thousands of years, as a religious or spiritual process. Fasting basically means voluntary abstinence from food. Hindu religion has encouraged fasting for a variety of reasons, such as penitence, preparation for ceremony, purification, mourning, sacrifice and union with God. Fasting in Hinduism is thought to be important as it nourishes both the physical and spiritual needs of the person. In Hindu culture, fasting is undertaken on certain days of the month such as on Poornima (full moon) and Ekadashi (eleventh day after full moon), Gangaur Gauri Tritiya, Ahoi Ashtami, Solah Somwar, Shukrawar Vrat or can be on certain other days depending on the God and the Goddess one wishes to worship. Fasting on festivals such as Navratras, Janamashthmi and Karva Chauth is also quite common. In India, fasting has always had deep spiritual and religious overtones. ) #v&spublishers