• 8 Shocking facts about Goddess Ganga video

    Shocking facts about Goddess Ganga video Search Tags: gangajal, gangaa, ganga, ganga jamuna, river, aarti, varanasi, rishikesh, avtaran, facts, documentary,

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  • Goddess Ganga comes to Earth

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ganges_in_Hinduism https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bhagiratha http://www.thehindu.com/sci-tech/energy-and-environment/is-the-mighty-ganga-drying-up/article8427309.ece The King of Heaven, Lord Indra feared the power of King Sagar and to stop him, he stole the horse and tied it to the ashram of Sage Kapil. When the 60,000 sons saw the horse in Kapil’s ashram they got furious and started to attack the hermitage. Sage Kapil was in deep meditation and on hearing the disturbance he opened his eyes in anger and all the 60,000 sons. Anshuman the grandson of King Sagar brought the horse back from the Sage and asked for his forgiveness. Sage Kapil told him that the sons can be brought to life only if Ganga brought from heaven to earth. Neither Anshuman nor his son Dil...

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  • Is Goddess Ganga Married To King Shantanu And Lord Shiva? | గంగాదేవి శివుడి భార్యా? శంతనుడి భార్యా?

    Is Goddess Ganga Married To King Shantanu And Lord Shiva? - గంగాదేవి శివుడి భార్యా? శంతనుడి భార్యా? - With Subtitle/CC ENTERTAINMENT ►SUBSCRIBE TO PLANET LEAF :- https://goo.gl/ZasYcY ►SUBSCRIBE TO CHUCHU SUPER KIDS :- https://goo.gl/g81TxT ►SUBSCRIBE TO TFC SPIRITUAL :- https://goo.gl/54LRFZ In Hinduism, the river Ganges is considered sacred and is personified as the goddess Gaṅgā. Some of Her other names include Jaahnavi, Nikita, Jaahnukanya, Sapteshwari, Sureshwari, Bhagvati, Urvijaya, Chitraani, Tridhara, Bhaagirathi, Shubhra, Vaishnavi, Vishnupadi, Bhagvatpadi, Tripathaga, Payoshnika, Mahabhadra, Mandaakini, Meghna, Meghal, Gangika, Gange, Gangeshwari, and Alaknanda. She is worshiped by Hindus who believe that bathing in the river causes the remission of sins and facilitates Moksha...

    published: 01 Nov 2017
  • Ganga - The Goddess and the River

    Subscribe to Epified Here: http://goo.gl/LDjISW Ganga was a goddess and a river. The story of how she came to flow among people of the mortal realm is what Epified is bringing you today. Hit Like for More Videos!!!! Don't forget to Comment & Share..!!! Follow us on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/epified

    published: 05 May 2015
  • The Hindu Interpretation of Creation | The Story of God

    In India, Morgan Freeman learns about the Hindu's story of creation at a shrine to Ganga. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe ➡ Get Season 1 of The Story of God: http://amzn.to/2gXx2ON ➡ Watch all YouTube clips here: http://bit.ly/WatchTheStoryofGod ➡ Get More The Story of God: http://bit.ly/NGStoryofGod About The Story of God: Today, for better or worse, the power of religion touches all of our lives, no matter what our faith. This is Morgan Freeman's journey to discover how our beliefs connect us all. This is the quest of our generation. This is the Story of God. Get More National Geographic: Official Site: http://bit.ly/NatGeoOfficialSite Facebook: http://bit.ly/FBNatGeo Twitter: http://bit.ly/NatGeoTwitter Instagram: http://bit.ly/NatGeoInsta About National Geographic: Natio...

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  • Ganga Maiya | Full Story Of Goddess Ganga | HD | 1955

    Director:Chandrakant Gaur Music:Shanker Vyas Main Cast:Prem Adeeb, Sumitra,Asha Mathur,Jeevan Genre:Devotional Banner:Kala Kendra Release:1955

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  • Secrets Of Mother Ganga River, Best HD Documentary.

    Ganga River Documentary HD. Best Documentary The Ganges (/ˈɡændʒiːz/ GAN-jeez), also known as Ganga (Hindustani: [ˈɡəŋɡaː]), is a trans-boundary river of Asia which flows through the nations of India and Bangladesh. The 2,525 km (1,569 mi) river rises in the eastern Himalayas in the Indian state of Uttarakhand, and flows south and east through the Gangetic Plain of North India into Bangladesh, where it empties into the Bay of Bengal. It is the third largest river in the world by discharge. The Ganges is the most sacred river to Hindus.It is also a lifeline to millions of Indians who live along its course and depend on it for their daily needs. It is worshipped as the goddess Ganga in Hinduism. It has also been important historically, with many former provincial or imperial capitals (such ...

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  • India, Ganges - The River Goddess

    India, Ganges - The River Goddess

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  • How did Goddess Ganga come to Earth?

    No copyright is claimed in [content copied] and to the extent that material may appear to be infringed, I assert that such alleged infringement is permissible under fair use principles in U.S. copyright laws. This is not my own video I'm taken from hotstar. In Hinduism, the river Ganges is considered sacred and is personified as a goddess Gaṅgā. Some of Her other names include Jaahnavi, Nikita, Jaahnukanya, Sapteshwari, Sureshwari, Bhagvati, Urvijaya, Chitraani, Tridhara, Bhaagirathi, Shubhra, Vaishnavi, Vishnupadi, Bhagvatpadi, Tripathaga, Payoshnika, Mahabhadra, Mandaakini, Meghna, Meghal, Gangika, Gange, Gangeshwari, and Alaknanda. She is worshiped by Hindus who believe that bathing in the river causes the remission of sins and facilitates Moksha (liberation from the cycle of life and ...

    published: 02 Oct 2017
  • Shiv Mahapuran*Ganga River comes to Earth*Episode 49

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bhagiratha Bhagiratha (Sanskrit: भगीरथ, bhagīratha) was a great king who brought the River Ganges, personified as the river goddess Ganga, to Earth from the heavens. Bhagiratha was the king of Kosala, a kingdom in ancient India. He was a descendent of the great King Sagara of the Suryavansha, or Surya Dynasty. He was one of the forefathers of Lord Rama, of the Ramayana, the epic in which Bhagiratha's tale is primarily recounted. He lost his father when he was just a child, and was raised by his mother. Bhagiratha was very intelligent, virtuous and kind hearted. When he came of age, Bhagiratha ascended to the throne of the kingdom of Kosala, today located in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. He was a benevolent ruler who adhered to his duties as a king as pre...

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  • Evening Chants for Goddess GANGA

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  • JAI GANGA MAIYA- GANGA ARTI

    ‘Jai GANGA Maiya’ was based on the most revered and the only living goddess - GANGA. GANGA is the most revered river in the world and is unique in many ways not because of its amazing length or width or any other unusual features. There are other rivers in the world which surpass the GANGA on many of these counts but no other river can match the reverence and affection that is shown to GANGA by the people of India and the world. GANGA enriches the spiritual lives of millions of Indians for whom the river is Holy because river GANGA personifies Goddess GANGA who descends to earth to cleanse the sins of the mankind. Residing in the Kamandalu of Lord BRAHMA, Bhagwati GANGA, like SARASWATI and LAXMI is one of the seven SHAKTIS of supreme Goddess MAHAMAYA ADISHAKTI. The story goes far b...

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  • JAI GANGA MAIYA- VISHNU SENDS SUDARSHAN CHAKRA TO KILL ASURS AT RISHI BHRIGU'S ASHRAM

    ‘Jai GANGA Maiya’ was based on the most revered and the only living goddess - GANGA. GANGA is the most revered river in the world and is unique in many ways not because of its amazing length or width or any other unusual features. There are other rivers in the world which surpass the GANGA on many of these counts but no other river can match the reverence and affection that is shown to GANGA by the people of India and the world. GANGA enriches the spiritual lives of millions of Indians for whom the river is Holy because river GANGA personifies Goddess GANGA who descends to earth to cleanse the sins of the mankind. Residing in the Kamandalu of Lord BRAHMA, Bhagwati GANGA, like SARASWATI and LAXMI is one of the seven SHAKTIS of supreme Goddess MAHAMAYA ADISHAKTI. The story goes far b...

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  • Mahabharata Story 003 Shantanu and Ganga - Told by Sriram Raghavan

    The story of King Shantanu and his marriage to Goddess Ganga.

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  • Ganga: Goddess of the Holy River

    The River Ganges or Ganga is perhaps the holiest river in any religion. Though equally polluted, it bears immense significance to the Hindus. Millions of Hindus bathe in holy Ganges River to wash away their sins

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  • Mother Ganga Mantra to Wash out Sin and Curses of Even previous Birth chanted 108 times

    It is a Mother Ganga Mantra to Wash out Sin and Curses of Even previous Birth and Good luck chanted 108 times

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  • గంగావతరణం యదార్ధాలు || Facts and History behind Goddess Ganga || TFC Spiritual Manchimaata

    గంగాదేవి శివుడి భార్యా? శంతనుడి భార్యా? గంగావతరణం యదార్ధాలు || Facts and History behind Goddess Ganga || TFC Spiritual Manchimaata ►SUBSCRIBE TO TFC SPIRITUAL : https://goo.gl/anQFRb ►SUBSCRIBE TO PLANET LEAF : https://goo.gl/RR0KVV FOLLOW US ON SOCIAL MEDIA ►FACEBOOK - https://www.facebook.com/tfc.spiritual ►TWITTER - https://twitter.com/tfc_spiritual ►BLOGGER - https://tfcspiritual.blogspot.com/ In Hinduism, the river Ganges is considered sacred and is personified as the goddess Gaṅgā. Some of Her other names include Jaahnavi, Nikita, Jaahnukanya, Sapteshwari, Sureshwari, Bhagvati, Urvijaya, Chitraani, Tridhara, Bhaagirathi, Shubhra, Vaishnavi, Vishnupadi, Bhagvatpadi, Tripathaga, Payoshnika, Mahabhadra, Mandaakini, Meghna, Meghal, Gangika, Gange, Gangeshwari, and Alaknanda. She is w...

    published: 10 Nov 2017
  • Importance of goddess Ganga worship-Ganges of India-holy mother-

    If you are interested to know Hindu Gods & Personalities then a video on " Importance of goddess Ganga worship " might help you. Thanks for watching For more videos like this one, Kindly Like, Comment & Subscribe. God bless. Have a blessed day. click here to subscribe- https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrTs-AZ51qjCW4vk1BZ9-fQ?sub_confirmation=1 AncientKnowledgeAjayJadhav " मृत्योर्मा अमृतम् गमय "

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  • Jai Gange Mata - Ganga Ji Ki Aarti with Lyrics - Sanjeevani Bhelande - Hindi Devotional Songs

    Jai Gange Mata - Ganga Ji Ki Aarti with Lyrics Jai Gange Mata - Ganga aarti is a spiritual song sung in praise of Goddess Ganga, also affectionately referred to as Maa Ganga, Goddess of the most holy river, River Ganges in India. Aarti is a Hindu religious ritual of worship, a part of puja, in which light from wicks soaked in ghee (purified butter) or camphor is offered to one or more deities. Aartis also refer to the songs sung in praise of the deity, when lamps are being offered. Buy on iTunes: http://goo.gl/lsAhZ8 Share on Facebook - http://goo.gl/lGEvo9 Tweet about this - http://goo.gl/sRYP4T Singer: Sanjeevani Bhelande, Language: Sanskrit/Hindi Composer: Traditional Lyrics: Traditional Music Producer/Arranger: Surinder Sodhi Sound Engineer: Mayur Bakshi Manager (Rajshri Music): A...

    published: 07 Jun 2013
  • Goddess Ganga Mantra for Child,Good luck and Family Happiness

    This is a Goddess Ganga Mantra for Child,Good luck and Family Happiness chanted 108 times.

    published: 06 Jun 2015
  • Large crowds at a procession for Goddess Ganga

    At the beginning of winter, the idol at Gangotri temple is moved down, in a procession, to a lower village temple, near Mukhba. The mountains are barely frequented at this time of year, as everyone has moved down to lower heights due to the impending winter. A rare sight on an important occasion when the idol is being packed and prepared for the big move! Gangotri temple in early winter, as the statue is moved down to a lower station. See rare customs and traditions of the Garhwali people, including women going into trances and the idol on a chariot being lowered onto the faithful, to bless them. The Gangotri temple was built by the Gorkha General Amar Singh Thapa, in the 18th century, is situated on the left bank of Bhagirathi. The temple is nested amidst the beautiful surroundings of d...

    published: 24 Aug 2013
  • JAI GANGA MAIYA- INTRODUCTION OF GANGA WITH GANGA ARTI

    ‘Jai GANGA Maiya’ was based on the most revered and the only living goddess - GANGA. GANGA is the most revered river in the world and is unique in many ways not because of its amazing length or width or any other unusual features. There are other rivers in the world which surpass the GANGA on many of these counts but no other river can match the reverence and affection that is shown to GANGA by the people of India and the world. GANGA enriches the spiritual lives of millions of Indians for whom the river is Holy because river GANGA personifies Goddess GANGA who descends to earth to cleanse the sins of the mankind. Residing in the Kamandalu of Lord BRAHMA, Bhagwati GANGA, like SARASWATI and LAXMI is one of the seven SHAKTIS of supreme Goddess MAHAMAYA ADISHAKTI. The story goes far b...

    published: 17 Jun 2016
  • Priests chant mantras to invoke Goddess Ganga

    Hindu religious Puja underway at the Gangotri temple. At the beginning of winter, the idol at Gangotri temple is moved down, in a procession, to a lower village temple, near Mukhba. The mountains are barely frequented at this time of year, as everyone has moved down to lower heights due to the impending winter. A rare sight on an important occasion when the idol is being packed and prepared for the big move! Gangotri temple in early winter, as the statue is moved down to a lower station. See rare customs and traditions of the Garhwali people, including women going into trances and the idol on a chariot being lowered onto the faithful, to bless them. The Gangotri temple was built by the Gorkha General Amar Singh Thapa, in the 18th century, is situated on the left bank of Bhagirathi. The ...

    published: 09 Aug 2013
  • Ganga 108 Name गंगा अष्टोत्तरशत नाम By Shri Bhagavatananda Guru श्रीभागवतानंद गुरु

    Listen to the rare 108 names of Goddess Ganga recited by His Holiness Shri Bhagavatananda Guru.

    published: 06 Dec 2016
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8 Shocking facts about Goddess Ganga video
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8 Shocking facts about Goddess Ganga video

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Shocking facts about Goddess Ganga video Search Tags: gangajal, gangaa, ganga, ganga jamuna, river, aarti, varanasi, rishikesh, avtaran, facts, documentary,
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Goddess Ganga  comes to Earth
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ganges_in_Hinduism https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bhagiratha http://www.thehindu.com/sci-tech/energy-and-environment/is-the-mighty-ganga-drying-up/article8427309.ece The King of Heaven, Lord Indra feared the power of King Sagar and to stop him, he stole the horse and tied it to the ashram of Sage Kapil. When the 60,000 sons saw the horse in Kapil’s ashram they got furious and started to attack the hermitage. Sage Kapil was in deep meditation and on hearing the disturbance he opened his eyes in anger and all the 60,000 sons. Anshuman the grandson of King Sagar brought the horse back from the Sage and asked for his forgiveness. Sage Kapil told him that the sons can be brought to life only if Ganga brought from heaven to earth. Neither Anshuman nor his son Dilip were successful in this task. But Dilip’s son, Bhagirath meditated for a long time and he pleaded Ganga to descend t earth for the Mokha of his ancestors. Ganga asked Bhagirath to Plead Shiva to lock her in his Hair because the earth could not bear the flow of a river falling from haven. King Bhagirath then worshipped Lord Shiva and Shiva blessed him and released Ganga from his locks in seven streams. The water of Ganga touched the ashes of Sagar sons who rose to the their eternal rest in heaven. The seven streams of Ganga are Bhagirathi, Janhvi, Bhilangana, Mandakini, Rishiganga, Saraswati and Alaknanda which merge into Ganga at Devprayag. The rock on which King Bhagirath is believed to have meditated, is called Bhagirath Shila . Lord Shiva is also worshiped as Gangadhar.
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Is Goddess Ganga Married To King Shantanu And Lord Shiva? | గంగాదేవి శివుడి భార్యా? శంతనుడి భార్యా?
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Is Goddess Ganga Married To King Shantanu And Lord Shiva? | గంగాదేవి శివుడి భార్యా? శంతనుడి భార్యా?

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Is Goddess Ganga Married To King Shantanu And Lord Shiva? - గంగాదేవి శివుడి భార్యా? శంతనుడి భార్యా? - With Subtitle/CC ENTERTAINMENT ►SUBSCRIBE TO PLANET LEAF :- https://goo.gl/ZasYcY ►SUBSCRIBE TO CHUCHU SUPER KIDS :- https://goo.gl/g81TxT ►SUBSCRIBE TO TFC SPIRITUAL :- https://goo.gl/54LRFZ In Hinduism, the river Ganges is considered sacred and is personified as the goddess Gaṅgā. Some of Her other names include Jaahnavi, Nikita, Jaahnukanya, Sapteshwari, Sureshwari, Bhagvati, Urvijaya, Chitraani, Tridhara, Bhaagirathi, Shubhra, Vaishnavi, Vishnupadi, Bhagvatpadi, Tripathaga, Payoshnika, Mahabhadra, Mandaakini, Meghna, Meghal, Gangika, Gange, Gangeshwari, and Alaknanda. She is worshiped by Hindus who believe that bathing in the river causes the remission of sins and facilitates Moksha (liberation from the cycle of life and death), and that the water of the Ganges is considered very pure. Pilgrims immerse the ashes of their kin in the Ganges, which is considered by them to bring the spirits closer to moksha. In Hinduism, moksha is the liberation from the cycle of life and death. Ganga is described as the melodious, the fortunate, the cow that gives much milk, the eternally pure, the delightful, the body that is full of fish, affords delight to the eye and leaps over mountains in sport, the bedding that bestows water and happiness, and the friend or benefactor of all that lives. Several years later, a king named Sagara magically acquired sixty thousand sons. One day, King Sagara performed a ritual of worship for the good of the kingdom. One of the integral parts of the ritual was a horse, which was stolen by the jealous Indra. Sagara sent all his sons all over the earth to search for the horse. They found it in the nether-world (or Underworld) next to a meditating sage Kapil tied by Lord Indra(the king of Swarg). Believing that the sage had stolen the horse, they hurled insults at him and caused his penance to be disturbed. The sage opened his eyes for the first time in several years and looked at the sons of Sagara. With this glance, all sixty thousand were burnt to death. The souls of the sons of Sagara wandered as ghosts since their final rites had not been performed. For the moksha of all the sons of Sagar, Anshuman(nephew of those 60,000 son) started to pray Brahma to bring Ganga to the earth till the end of his life, but was not successful. Then his son Dilip did the same but did not succeed. When Bhagiratha (Means, one who does great hard work- he got his name from his great hard work for bringing Ganga to earth), one of the descendants of Sagara, son of Dilip, learnt of this fate, he vowed to bring Ganga down to Earth so that her waters could cleanse their souls and release them to heaven. Bhagiratha prayed to Brahma that Ganga come down to Earth. Brahma agreed and he ordered Ganga to go down to the Earth and then on to the nether regions so that the souls of Bhagiratha's ancestors would be able to go to heaven. Ganga felt that this was insulting and decided to sweep the whole Earth away as she fell from the heavens. Alarmed, Bhagiratha prayed to Shiva that he break up Ganga's descent. Ganga arrogantly fell on Shiva's head. But Shiva calmly trapped her in his hair and let her out in small streams. The touch of Shiva further sanctified Ganga. As Ganga travelled to the nether-worlds, she created a different stream to remain on Earth to help purify unfortunate souls there. She is the only river to follow from all the three worlds – Swarga (heaven), Prithvi (Earth) and Patala (netherworld or hell). Thus is called Tripathagā(one who travels the three worlds) in Sanskrit language. Because of Bhagiratha's efforts, Ganga descended to Earth and hence the river is also known as Bhagirathi and the term Bhagirath prayatna is used to describe valiant efforts or difficult achievements. Another name that Ganga is known by is Jahnavi, Story has it that once Ganga came down to Earth, on her way to Bhagiratha, her rushing waters created turbulence and destroyed the fields and the sadhana of a sage called Jahnu. He was angered by this and drank up all of Ganga's waters. Upon this, the Gods prayed to Jahnu to release Ganga so that she could proceed on her mission. Pleased with their prayers, Jahnu released Ganga(her waters) from his ears. Hence the name Jahnavi(daughter of Jahnu) for Ganga. It is sometimes believed that the river will finally dry up at the end of Kali Yuga, the last of the four stages the world goes through as part of the cycle of yugas (the era of darkness, the current era) just as with the Sarasvati river and this era will end. Next in(cyclic) order will be the Satya Yuga or the era of Truth.
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Ganga - The Goddess and the River
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Subscribe to Epified Here: http://goo.gl/LDjISW Ganga was a goddess and a river. The story of how she came to flow among people of the mortal realm is what Epified is bringing you today. Hit Like for More Videos!!!! Don't forget to Comment & Share..!!! Follow us on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/epified
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The Hindu Interpretation of Creation | The Story of God
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In India, Morgan Freeman learns about the Hindu's story of creation at a shrine to Ganga. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe ➡ Get Season 1 of The Story of God: http://amzn.to/2gXx2ON ➡ Watch all YouTube clips here: http://bit.ly/WatchTheStoryofGod ➡ Get More The Story of God: http://bit.ly/NGStoryofGod About The Story of God: Today, for better or worse, the power of religion touches all of our lives, no matter what our faith. This is Morgan Freeman's journey to discover how our beliefs connect us all. This is the quest of our generation. This is the Story of God. Get More National Geographic: Official Site: http://bit.ly/NatGeoOfficialSite Facebook: http://bit.ly/FBNatGeo Twitter: http://bit.ly/NatGeoTwitter Instagram: http://bit.ly/NatGeoInsta About National Geographic: National Geographic is the world's premium destination for science, exploration, and adventure. Through their world-class scientists, photographers, journalists, and filmmakers, Nat Geo gets you closer to the stories that matter and past the edge of what's possible. The Hindu Interpretation of Creation | The Story of God https://youtu.be/bW_awN9uV6w National Geographic https://www.youtube.com/natgeo
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Ganga Maiya | Full Story Of Goddess Ganga | HD | 1955
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Ganga River Documentary HD. Best Documentary The Ganges (/ˈɡændʒiːz/ GAN-jeez), also known as Ganga (Hindustani: [ˈɡəŋɡaː]), is a trans-boundary river of Asia which flows through the nations of India and Bangladesh. The 2,525 km (1,569 mi) river rises in the eastern Himalayas in the Indian state of Uttarakhand, and flows south and east through the Gangetic Plain of North India into Bangladesh, where it empties into the Bay of Bengal. It is the third largest river in the world by discharge. The Ganges is the most sacred river to Hindus.It is also a lifeline to millions of Indians who live along its course and depend on it for their daily needs. It is worshipped as the goddess Ganga in Hinduism. It has also been important historically, with many former provincial or imperial capitals (such as Kannauj, Kampilya, Kara, Prayag or Allahabad, Kashi, Pataliputra or Patna, Hajipur, Munger, Bhagalpur, Murshidabad, Baharampur, Nabadwip, Saptagram, Kolkata and Dhaka) located on its banks. The Ganges was ranked as the fifth most polluted river of the world in 2007. Pollution threatens not only humans, but also more than 140 fish species, 90 amphibian species and the endangered Ganges river dolphin.The levels of fecal coliform from human waste in the waters of the river near Varanasi are more than 100 times the Indian government's official limit.[8] The Ganga Action Plan, an environmental initiative to clean up the river, has been a major failure thus far,due to corruption, lack of technical expertise, poor environmental planning,[d] and lack of support from religious authorities. Please Share like and subscribe to our channel. I created this video with the YouTube Video Editor (http://www.youtube.com/editor)
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India, Ganges - The River Goddess
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How did Goddess Ganga come to Earth?
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No copyright is claimed in [content copied] and to the extent that material may appear to be infringed, I assert that such alleged infringement is permissible under fair use principles in U.S. copyright laws. This is not my own video I'm taken from hotstar. In Hinduism, the river Ganges is considered sacred and is personified as a goddess Gaṅgā. Some of Her other names include Jaahnavi, Nikita, Jaahnukanya, Sapteshwari, Sureshwari, Bhagvati, Urvijaya, Chitraani, Tridhara, Bhaagirathi, Shubhra, Vaishnavi, Vishnupadi, Bhagvatpadi, Tripathaga, Payoshnika, Mahabhadra, Mandaakini, Meghna, Meghal, Gangika, Gange, Gangeshwari, and Alaknanda. She is worshiped by Hindus who believe that bathing in the river causes the remission of sins and facilitates Moksha (liberation from the cycle of life and death), and that the water of the Ganges is considered very pure. Pilgrims immerse the ashes of their kin in the Ganges, which is considered by them to bring the spirits closer to moksha. In Hinduism, moksha is the liberation from the cycle of life and death. Ganga is described as the melodious, the fortunate, the cow that gives much milk, the eternally pure, the delightful, the body that is full of fish, affords delight to the eye and leaps over mountains in sport, the bedding that bestows water and happiness, and the friend or benefactor of all that lives. Several places sacred to Hindus lie along the banks of the Ganges, including Gangotri, Haridwar, Allahabad and Varanasi. During the Loy Krathong festival in Thailand, candlelit floats are released into waterways to honour Gautama Buddha and goddess Ganga for good fortune and washing away sins (pāpa in Sanskrit, used to describe actions that create negative karma by violating moral and ethical codes, which brings negative consequences).
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Shiv Mahapuran*Ganga River comes to Earth*Episode 49
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Shiv Mahapuran*Ganga River comes to Earth*Episode 49

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bhagiratha Bhagiratha (Sanskrit: भगीरथ, bhagīratha) was a great king who brought the River Ganges, personified as the river goddess Ganga, to Earth from the heavens. Bhagiratha was the king of Kosala, a kingdom in ancient India. He was a descendent of the great King Sagara of the Suryavansha, or Surya Dynasty. He was one of the forefathers of Lord Rama, of the Ramayana, the epic in which Bhagiratha's tale is primarily recounted. He lost his father when he was just a child, and was raised by his mother. Bhagiratha was very intelligent, virtuous and kind hearted. When he came of age, Bhagiratha ascended to the throne of the kingdom of Kosala, today located in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. He was a benevolent ruler who adhered to his duties as a king as prescribed by dharma. Bringing Ganga back to Earth was a near impossible task and required many years to be spent in tapasya and prayer. The Kosala kings of successive generations could not do this while managing their duties as kings. As a result, the sins of the thousand princes multiplied in their destructive energy, and began resulting in natural disasters. The kingdom began to lose its peace and prosperity, and by the time Bhagiratha ascended the throne, he found it impossible to govern. Bhagiratha turned over the kingdom to his trusted ministers and set off to the Himalayas to perform an arduous tapasya in the extreme climate. For one thousand years, he performed an excruciatingly harsh penance to please Lord Brahma. At the end of the thousand years, Brahma was pleased and asked him for his wish. Bhagiratha asked Brahma to bring the river Ganges down to earth so that he may perform the ceremony for his ancestors. Brahma asked Bhagiratha to propitiate Lord Shiva, for only He is capable to break Ganga's landfall. Ganga has a strong flow and it would have been impossible for anyone to contain the destructive impact of this event except Shiva. Bhagiratha performed a tapasya for Lord Shiva, living only on air. The compassionate Shiva appeared only after a year's penance, and told Bhagiratha he should not have to perform tapasya to accomplish a noble goal such as this. He assured Bhagiratha that he would make Ganga fall on his matted locks (dreadlocks). After aeons of being flattered and praised by the Devas, Ganga had become vain. She scoffed at Brahma when he asked her to flow down to earth, but could not disobey him as he was her father. But Ganga was sure, as much as Bhagiratha was afraid that no one could stop her fall, which would devastate the earth for a long time. As she cascaded down from Swarga, Bhagiratha and celestial observers were terrified of the roar and volume of water coming down. But Lord Shiva appeared under the flow and captured all of Ganga in his jataa just before she fell on earth. Ganga came to the earth because of Bhagiratha's efforts so Ganga is also called Bhagirathi. Ganga then flowed over the remains of the 60,000 ancestors of Bhagiratha and brought them moksha. It is still believed to flow, from Shiva's jataa down to earth with a gentler force. Bhagiratha led the way for Ganga on his chariot, and she followed him across the north and east of Bharat and finally merging with the ocean. In her course she washed the ashes of Sagara's sixty thousand sons, who ascended to heaven while praising and blessing Bhagiratha. Commemoration For its descent to Earth being owed to Bhagiratha's efforts, Ganga is also known as Bhagirathi (daughter of Bhagiratha) as proclaimed by Lord Brahma. Bhagiratha's own great effort was praised by all the Gods and his ancestors, and is known as a Bhagiratha Prayatna, as proclaimed by Lord Brahma. It is a great inspiration to any man who seeks to do something noble despite facing overwhelming odds. .. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ganges_in_Hinduism In Hinduism, the river Ganges is considered sacred and is personified as a goddess known as Ganga. It is worshipped by Hindus who believe that bathing in the river causes the remission of sins and facilitates Moksha (liberation from the cycle of life and death). According to Bhagavata Purana, Lord Vishnu in one of his incarnations, appeared as Vamana in the sacrificial arena of Asura King Mahabali. Then in order to measure the universe, he extended his left foot to the end of the universe and pierced a hole in its covering with the nail of his big toe. Through the hole, the pure water of the Causal Ocean (Divine Brahm-Water) entered this universe as the Ganges River. Having washed the lotus feet of the Lord, which are covered with reddish saffron, the water of the Ganges acquired a very beautiful pink color. Because the Ganges directly touches the lotus feet of Lord Vishnu (Narayana) before descending within this universe, Ganges is known as Bhagavat-Padi which means Emanating from the lotus feet of Bhagavan (God). https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QaA5DIUeT6E
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Evening Chants for Goddess GANGA
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Evening Chants for Goddess GANGA

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JAI GANGA MAIYA- GANGA ARTI
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JAI GANGA MAIYA- GANGA ARTI

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‘Jai GANGA Maiya’ was based on the most revered and the only living goddess - GANGA. GANGA is the most revered river in the world and is unique in many ways not because of its amazing length or width or any other unusual features. There are other rivers in the world which surpass the GANGA on many of these counts but no other river can match the reverence and affection that is shown to GANGA by the people of India and the world. GANGA enriches the spiritual lives of millions of Indians for whom the river is Holy because river GANGA personifies Goddess GANGA who descends to earth to cleanse the sins of the mankind. Residing in the Kamandalu of Lord BRAHMA, Bhagwati GANGA, like SARASWATI and LAXMI is one of the seven SHAKTIS of supreme Goddess MAHAMAYA ADISHAKTI. The story goes far back when King Sagar, proud father of 60,000 and one son ruled India. The youths, so goes the legend, were so disrespectful to Kapil Muni, a holy man, while trying to trace the missing horse used in Ashwamedh yagna, that he reduced them to ashes with a withering look. On repeated repentance and requests by the sole surviving son of King Sagar - does Kapil Muni finally relent - King Sagar’s sons would attain mukti - liberation - only if their sinful remains are cleansed by the water of the goddess GANGA. Generation after generation do penance to appease Brahma but without success - and finally after much praying, pleading and tapasya by Bhagirath - seventh generation of King Sagar - GANGA reluctantly consents to descend to earth. To contain its powerful fall, Lord SHIVA steps in the way and lets the river tumble gently through his long hair onto the Himalayas. GANGA then flows across India to the edge of ocean, where she washes over the ashes and gives mukti - liberation - to the sons of King Sagar, an event commemorated even today. GANGA represents an innermost strain of pristine coolness, piety and purity. The river itself epitomizes all the characteristics India is known for: mythical, serene, all pervading and assimilative. Ramanand Sagar’s ‘Jai GANGA Maiya’ is based on: Shreemad Devi Bhagwat / Shree Padma Mahapuran / Shree Bhagwat Mahapuran / Shree Durga Sapatashati / Shree Skand Mahapuran / Shree Waman Mahapuran. Others sources of inspiration include: His Holiness Shankaracharya / Maharishi Valmiki / Ved Vyas / Sant Tulsidas and also folk literature, popular legends of medieval and modern literature. The initial episodes of ‘Jai Ganga Maiya’ were preceded by a commentary by its maker Ramanand Sagar wherein he eulogizes the greatness of GANGA, a bridge between the past and present - past and future, quoting extensively from the modern day scholars like Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, Maulana Azad, Shankaracharya and Iqbal among others.
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JAI GANGA MAIYA- VISHNU SENDS SUDARSHAN CHAKRA TO KILL ASURS AT RISHI BHRIGU'S ASHRAM
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JAI GANGA MAIYA- VISHNU SENDS SUDARSHAN CHAKRA TO KILL ASURS AT RISHI BHRIGU'S ASHRAM

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‘Jai GANGA Maiya’ was based on the most revered and the only living goddess - GANGA. GANGA is the most revered river in the world and is unique in many ways not because of its amazing length or width or any other unusual features. There are other rivers in the world which surpass the GANGA on many of these counts but no other river can match the reverence and affection that is shown to GANGA by the people of India and the world. GANGA enriches the spiritual lives of millions of Indians for whom the river is Holy because river GANGA personifies Goddess GANGA who descends to earth to cleanse the sins of the mankind. Residing in the Kamandalu of Lord BRAHMA, Bhagwati GANGA, like SARASWATI and LAXMI is one of the seven SHAKTIS of supreme Goddess MAHAMAYA ADISHAKTI. The story goes far back when King Sagar, proud father of 60,000 and one son ruled India. The youths, so goes the legend, were so disrespectful to Kapil Muni, a holy man, while trying to trace the missing horse used in Ashwamedh yagna, that he reduced them to ashes with a withering look. On repeated repentance and requests by the sole surviving son of King Sagar - does Kapil Muni finally relent - King Sagar’s sons would attain mukti - liberation - only if their sinful remains are cleansed by the water of the goddess GANGA. Generation after generation do penance to appease Brahma but without success - and finally after much praying, pleading and tapasya by Bhagirath - seventh generation of King Sagar - GANGA reluctantly consents to descend to earth. To contain its powerful fall, Lord SHIVA steps in the way and lets the river tumble gently through his long hair onto the Himalayas. GANGA then flows across India to the edge of ocean, where she washes over the ashes and gives mukti - liberation - to the sons of King Sagar, an event commemorated even today. GANGA represents an innermost strain of pristine coolness, piety and purity. The river itself epitomizes all the characteristics India is known for: mythical, serene, all pervading and assimilative. Ramanand Sagar’s ‘Jai GANGA Maiya’ is based on: Shreemad Devi Bhagwat / Shree Padma Mahapuran / Shree Bhagwat Mahapuran / Shree Durga Sapatashati / Shree Skand Mahapuran / Shree Waman Mahapuran. Others sources of inspiration include: His Holiness Shankaracharya / Maharishi Valmiki / Ved Vyas / Sant Tulsidas and also folk literature, popular legends of medieval and modern literature. The initial episodes of ‘Jai Ganga Maiya’ were preceded by a commentary by its maker Ramanand Sagar wherein he eulogizes the greatness of GANGA, a bridge between the past and present - past and future, quoting extensively from the modern day scholars like Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, Maulana Azad, Shankaracharya and Iqbal among others.
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Mahabharata Story 003 Shantanu and Ganga - Told by Sriram Raghavan
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Mahabharata Story 003 Shantanu and Ganga - Told by Sriram Raghavan

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The story of King Shantanu and his marriage to Goddess Ganga.
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Ganga: Goddess of the Holy River
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Ganga: Goddess of the Holy River

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The River Ganges or Ganga is perhaps the holiest river in any religion. Though equally polluted, it bears immense significance to the Hindus. Millions of Hindus bathe in holy Ganges River to wash away their sins
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Mother Ganga Mantra to Wash out Sin and Curses of Even previous Birth chanted 108 times
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Mother Ganga Mantra to Wash out Sin and Curses of Even previous Birth chanted 108 times

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It is a Mother Ganga Mantra to Wash out Sin and Curses of Even previous Birth and Good luck chanted 108 times
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గంగావతరణం యదార్ధాలు || Facts and History behind Goddess Ganga || TFC Spiritual Manchimaata
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గంగావతరణం యదార్ధాలు || Facts and History behind Goddess Ganga || TFC Spiritual Manchimaata

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గంగాదేవి శివుడి భార్యా? శంతనుడి భార్యా? గంగావతరణం యదార్ధాలు || Facts and History behind Goddess Ganga || TFC Spiritual Manchimaata ►SUBSCRIBE TO TFC SPIRITUAL : https://goo.gl/anQFRb ►SUBSCRIBE TO PLANET LEAF : https://goo.gl/RR0KVV FOLLOW US ON SOCIAL MEDIA ►FACEBOOK - https://www.facebook.com/tfc.spiritual ►TWITTER - https://twitter.com/tfc_spiritual ►BLOGGER - https://tfcspiritual.blogspot.com/ In Hinduism, the river Ganges is considered sacred and is personified as the goddess Gaṅgā. Some of Her other names include Jaahnavi, Nikita, Jaahnukanya, Sapteshwari, Sureshwari, Bhagvati, Urvijaya, Chitraani, Tridhara, Bhaagirathi, Shubhra, Vaishnavi, Vishnupadi, Bhagvatpadi, Tripathaga, Payoshnika, Mahabhadra, Mandaakini, Meghna, Meghal, Gangika, Gange, Gangeshwari, and Alaknanda. She is worshiped by Hindus who believe that bathing in the river causes the remission of sins and facilitates Moksha (liberation from the cycle of life and death), and that the water of the Ganges is considered very pure. Pilgrims immerse the ashes of their kin in the Ganges, which is considered by them to bring the spirits closer to moksha. In Hinduism, moksha is the liberation from the cycle of life and death. Ganga is described as the melodious, the fortunate, the cow that gives much milk, the eternally pure, the delightful, the body that is full of fish, affords delight to the eye and leaps over mountains in sport, the bedding that bestows water and happiness, and the friend or benefactor of all that lives. Several years later, a king named Sagara magically acquired sixty thousand sons. One day, King Sagara performed a ritual of worship for the good of the kingdom. One of the integral parts of the ritual was a horse, which was stolen by the jealous Indra. Sagara sent all his sons all over the earth to search for the horse. They found it in the nether-world (or Underworld) next to a meditating sage Kapil tied by Lord Indra(the king of Swarg). Believing that the sage had stolen the horse, they hurled insults at him and caused his penance to be disturbed. The sage opened his eyes for the first time in several years and looked at the sons of Sagara. With this glance, all sixty thousand were burnt to death. The souls of the sons of Sagara wandered as ghosts since their final rites had not been performed. For the moksha of all the sons of Sagar, Anshuman(nephew of those 60,000 son) started to pray Brahma to bring Ganga to the earth till the end of his life, but was not successful. Then his son Dilip did the same but did not succeed. When Bhagiratha (Means, one who does great hard work- he got his name from his great hard work for bringing Ganga to earth), one of the descendants of Sagara, son of Dilip, learnt of this fate, he vowed to bring Ganga down to Earth so that her waters could cleanse their souls and release them to heaven. Bhagiratha prayed to Brahma that Ganga come down to Earth. Brahma agreed and he ordered Ganga to go down to the Earth and then on to the nether regions so that the souls of Bhagiratha's ancestors would be able to go to heaven. Ganga felt that this was insulting and decided to sweep the whole Earth away as she fell from the heavens. Alarmed, Bhagiratha prayed to Shiva that he break up Ganga's descent. Ganga arrogantly fell on Shiva's head. But Shiva calmly trapped her in his hair and let her out in small streams. The touch of Shiva further sanctified Ganga. As Ganga travelled to the nether-worlds, she created a different stream to remain on Earth to help purify unfortunate souls there. She is the only river to follow from all the three worlds – Swarga (heaven), Prithvi (Earth) and Patala (netherworld or hell). Thus is called Tripathagā(one who travels the three worlds) in Sanskrit language. Because of Bhagiratha's efforts, Ganga descended to Earth and hence the river is also known as Bhagirathi and the term Bhagirath prayatna is used to describe valiant efforts or difficult achievements. Another name that Ganga is known by is Jahnavi, Story has it that once Ganga came down to Earth, on her way to Bhagiratha, her rushing waters created turbulence and destroyed the fields and the sadhana of a sage called Jahnu. He was angered by this and drank up all of Ganga's waters. Upon this, the Gods prayed to Jahnu to release Ganga so that she could proceed on her mission. Pleased with their prayers, Jahnu released Ganga(her waters) from his ears. Hence the name Jahnavi(daughter of Jahnu) for Ganga. It is sometimes believed that the river will finally dry up at the end of Kali Yuga, the last of the four stages the world goes through as part of the cycle of yugas (the era of darkness, the current era) just as with the Sarasvati river and this era will end. Next in(cyclic) order will be the Satya Yuga or the era of Truth. ------------------------------------------------------------------------ Enjoy and stay connected with us!! © 2017 Tollywood Film City Media Pvt.Ltd.
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Importance of goddess Ganga worship-Ganges of India-holy mother-
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Importance of goddess Ganga worship-Ganges of India-holy mother-

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Jai Gange Mata - Ganga Ji Ki Aarti with Lyrics - Sanjeevani Bhelande - Hindi Devotional Songs
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Jai Gange Mata - Ganga Ji Ki Aarti with Lyrics - Sanjeevani Bhelande - Hindi Devotional Songs

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Jai Gange Mata - Ganga Ji Ki Aarti with Lyrics Jai Gange Mata - Ganga aarti is a spiritual song sung in praise of Goddess Ganga, also affectionately referred to as Maa Ganga, Goddess of the most holy river, River Ganges in India. Aarti is a Hindu religious ritual of worship, a part of puja, in which light from wicks soaked in ghee (purified butter) or camphor is offered to one or more deities. Aartis also refer to the songs sung in praise of the deity, when lamps are being offered. Buy on iTunes: http://goo.gl/lsAhZ8 Share on Facebook - http://goo.gl/lGEvo9 Tweet about this - http://goo.gl/sRYP4T Singer: Sanjeevani Bhelande, Language: Sanskrit/Hindi Composer: Traditional Lyrics: Traditional Music Producer/Arranger: Surinder Sodhi Sound Engineer: Mayur Bakshi Manager (Rajshri Music): Alisha Baghel Producer: Rajjat A. Barjatya Copyrights and Publishing: Rajshri Entertainment Private Limited For more devotional songs subscribe - http://www.youtube.com/subscription_c... Follow us on g+: https://plus.google.com/+rajshrisoul Like our Facebook Page - https://www.facebook.com/rajshrisoul Follow us on Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/rajshrisoul/ ________________________________________________________________ Operator Codes - Vodafone - Dial 5376456557 Idea – Dial 567896456557 BSNL N and W - BT 6456557 and SMS to 56700 Docomo – Dial 5432116456557 Uninor - ACT UT 6456557 and SMS to 52211 MTNL - PT 6456557 and SMS to 56789 _______________________________________________________________ Lyrics :- Om Jay Gange Mata, Shri Jay Gange Mata Jo Nar Tumko Dhyata Manwanchhit Fal Pata Om Jay Gange Mata Chandra Si Jyoti Tumhari Jal Nirmal Aata Sharan Pade Jo Teri, So Nar Tar Jata Om Jay Gange Mata Putra Sagar Ke Tare Sab Jag Ko Dnyata Kripa Drushti Tumhari, Tribhuvan Sukh Data Om Jay Gange Mata Ek Hi Baar Jo Teri Sharanagati Aata Yam Ki Traas Mitakar Param Gati Paata Om Jay Gange Mata Aarati Matu Tumhari Jo Jan Nit Gata Daas Wahi Sahaj Me Mukti Ko Paata Om Jay Gange Mata Om Jay Gange Mata, Shri Jay Gange Mata Jo Nar Tumko Dhyata Manwanchhit Fal Pata Om Jay Gange Mata
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Goddess Ganga Mantra for Child,Good luck and Family Happiness
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Goddess Ganga Mantra for Child,Good luck and Family Happiness

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This is a Goddess Ganga Mantra for Child,Good luck and Family Happiness chanted 108 times.
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Large crowds at a procession for Goddess Ganga
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Large crowds at a procession for Goddess Ganga

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At the beginning of winter, the idol at Gangotri temple is moved down, in a procession, to a lower village temple, near Mukhba. The mountains are barely frequented at this time of year, as everyone has moved down to lower heights due to the impending winter. A rare sight on an important occasion when the idol is being packed and prepared for the big move! Gangotri temple in early winter, as the statue is moved down to a lower station. See rare customs and traditions of the Garhwali people, including women going into trances and the idol on a chariot being lowered onto the faithful, to bless them. The Gangotri temple was built by the Gorkha General Amar Singh Thapa, in the 18th century, is situated on the left bank of Bhagirathi. The temple is nested amidst the beautiful surroundings of deodars and pines. It lies close to the the holy rock or the "Bhagirath Shila" where King Bhagirath had worshiped Lord Shiva. The Gangotri temple is dedicated to Goddess Ganga and located on the banks of River Bhagirathi. The Pujaris and brahmins belongs to the village of Mukhwa. The water from Gangotri is carried to offer to Lord Shiva. It is believed that this water has nectar in it and will soothe the throat of Shiva who gulp the poison. The picturesque pilgrimage in the hinterlands of the Himalayas is the most sacred spot where Ganga, the stream of life, touched earth for the first time. According to Hindu mythology, Goddess Ganga took the form of a river to absolve the sins of King Bhagiratha's predecessors, following his severe penance of several centuries. Lord Shiva received into his matted locks to minimize the immense impact of her fall. She came to be called Bhagirathi at her legendary source. King Sagar, after slaying the demons on earth decided to stage an Ashwamedha Yajna as a proclamation of his supremacy. The horse which was to be taken on an uninterrupted journey around the earth was to be accompanied by the King's 60,000 sons born to Queen Sumati and one son Asamanja born of the second queen Kesani. Indra, supreme ruler of the gods feared that he might be deprived of his celestial throne if the 'Yagya' succeeded and then took away the horse and tied it to the ashram of Kapil Muni, who was then in deep meditation. The sons of the King Sagar searched for the horse and finally found it tied near the meditating Kapil. Sixty thousand angry sons of King Sagara stormed the ashram of sage Kapil. When he opened his eyes, the 60,000 sons had all perished, by the curse of sage Kapil. Bhagiratha, the grandson of King Sagar, is believed to have meditated to please the Goddess Ganga enough to cleanse the ashes of his ancestors, and liberate their souls, granting them salvation or Moksha. This footage is part of the professionally-shot broadcast stock footage archive of Wilderness Films India Ltd., the largest collection of HD imagery from South Asia. The Wilderness Films India collection comprises of tens of thousands of hours of high quality broadcast imagery, mostly shot on HDCAM / SR 1080i High Definition, Alexa, SR, HDV and XDCAM. Write to us for licensing this footage on a broadcast format, for use in your production! We are happy to be commissioned to film for you or else provide you with broadcast crewing and production solutions across South Asia. We pride ourselves in bringing the best of India and South Asia to the world... Reach us at rupindang @ gmail . com and admin@wildfilmsindia.com.
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JAI GANGA MAIYA- INTRODUCTION OF GANGA WITH GANGA ARTI
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JAI GANGA MAIYA- INTRODUCTION OF GANGA WITH GANGA ARTI

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‘Jai GANGA Maiya’ was based on the most revered and the only living goddess - GANGA. GANGA is the most revered river in the world and is unique in many ways not because of its amazing length or width or any other unusual features. There are other rivers in the world which surpass the GANGA on many of these counts but no other river can match the reverence and affection that is shown to GANGA by the people of India and the world. GANGA enriches the spiritual lives of millions of Indians for whom the river is Holy because river GANGA personifies Goddess GANGA who descends to earth to cleanse the sins of the mankind. Residing in the Kamandalu of Lord BRAHMA, Bhagwati GANGA, like SARASWATI and LAXMI is one of the seven SHAKTIS of supreme Goddess MAHAMAYA ADISHAKTI. The story goes far back when King Sagar, proud father of 60,000 and one son ruled India. The youths, so goes the legend, were so disrespectful to Kapil Muni, a holy man, while trying to trace the missing horse used in Ashwamedh yagna, that he reduced them to ashes with a withering look. On repeated repentance and requests by the sole surviving son of King Sagar - does Kapil Muni finally relent - King Sagar’s sons would attain mukti - liberation - only if their sinful remains are cleansed by the water of the goddess GANGA. Generation after generation do penance to appease Brahma but without success - and finally after much praying, pleading and tapasya by Bhagirath - seventh generation of King Sagar - GANGA reluctantly consents to descend to earth. To contain its powerful fall, Lord SHIVA steps in the way and lets the river tumble gently through his long hair onto the Himalayas. GANGA then flows across India to the edge of ocean, where she washes over the ashes and gives mukti - liberation - to the sons of King Sagar, an event commemorated even today. GANGA represents an innermost strain of pristine coolness, piety and purity. The river itself epitomizes all the characteristics India is known for: mythical, serene, all pervading and assimilative. Ramanand Sagar’s ‘Jai GANGA Maiya’ is based on: Shreemad Devi Bhagwat / Shree Padma Mahapuran / Shree Bhagwat Mahapuran / Shree Durga Sapatashati / Shree Skand Mahapuran / Shree Waman Mahapuran. Others sources of inspiration include: His Holiness Shankaracharya / Maharishi Valmiki / Ved Vyas / Sant Tulsidas and also folk literature, popular legends of medieval and modern literature. The initial episodes of ‘Jai Ganga Maiya’ were preceded by a commentary by its maker Ramanand Sagar wherein he eulogizes the greatness of GANGA, a bridge between the past and present - past and future, quoting extensively from the modern day scholars like Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, Maulana Azad, Shankaracharya and Iqbal among others.
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Priests chant mantras to invoke Goddess Ganga
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Priests chant mantras to invoke Goddess Ganga

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Hindu religious Puja underway at the Gangotri temple. At the beginning of winter, the idol at Gangotri temple is moved down, in a procession, to a lower village temple, near Mukhba. The mountains are barely frequented at this time of year, as everyone has moved down to lower heights due to the impending winter. A rare sight on an important occasion when the idol is being packed and prepared for the big move! Gangotri temple in early winter, as the statue is moved down to a lower station. See rare customs and traditions of the Garhwali people, including women going into trances and the idol on a chariot being lowered onto the faithful, to bless them. The Gangotri temple was built by the Gorkha General Amar Singh Thapa, in the 18th century, is situated on the left bank of Bhagirathi. The temple is nested amidst the beautiful surroundings of deodars and pines. It lies close to the the holy rock or the "Bhagirath Shila" where King Bhagirath had worshiped Lord Shiva. The Gangotri temple is dedicated to Goddess Ganga and located on the banks of River Bhagirathi. The Pujaris and brahmins belongs to the village of Mukhwa. The water from Gangotri is carried to offer to Lord Shiva. It is believed that this water has nectar in it and will soothe the throat of Shiva who gulp the poison. The picturesque pilgrimage in the hinterlands of the Himalayas is the most sacred spot where Ganga, the stream of life, touched earth for the first time. According to Hindu mythology, Goddess Ganga took the form of a river to absolve the sins of King Bhagiratha's predecessors, following his severe penance of several centuries. Lord Shiva received into his matted locks to minimize the immense impact of her fall. She came to be called Bhagirathi at her legendary source. King Sagar, after slaying the demons on earth decided to stage an Ashwamedha Yajna as a proclamation of his supremacy. The horse which was to be taken on an uninterrupted journey around the earth was to be accompanied by the King's 60,000 sons born to Queen Sumati and one son Asamanja born of the second queen Kesani. Indra, supreme ruler of the gods feared that he might be deprived of his celestial throne if the 'Yagya' succeeded and then took away the horse and tied it to the ashram of Kapil Muni, who was then in deep meditation. The sons of the King Sagar searched for the horse and finally found it tied near the meditating Kapil. Sixty thousand angry sons of King Sagara stormed the ashram of sage Kapil. When he opened his eyes, the 60,000 sons had all perished, by the curse of sage Kapil. Bhagiratha, the grandson of King Sagar, is believed to have meditated to please the Goddess Ganga enough to cleanse the ashes of his ancestors, and liberate their souls, granting them salvation or Moksha. This footage is part of the professionally-shot broadcast stock footage archive of Wilderness Films India Ltd., the largest collection of HD imagery from South Asia. The Wilderness Films India collection comprises of tens of thousands of hours of high quality broadcast imagery, mostly shot on HDCAM 1080i High Definition, HDV and XDCAM. Write to us for licensing this footage on a broadcast format, for use in your production! We are happy to be commissioned to film for you or else provide you with broadcast crewing and production solutions across South Asia. We pride ourselves in bringing the best of India and South Asia to the world... Reach us at wfi @ vsnl.com and admin@wildfilmsindia.com.
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Ganga 108 Name गंगा अष्टोत्तरशत नाम By Shri Bhagavatananda Guru श्रीभागवतानंद गुरु
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Ganga 108 Name गंगा अष्टोत्तरशत नाम By Shri Bhagavatananda Guru श्रीभागवतानंद गुरु

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Listen to the rare 108 names of Goddess Ganga recited by His Holiness Shri Bhagavatananda Guru.
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