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-chalisa-in-gujarati-pdf-free-51l-2021.pdf [10]. He also wrote that most people have always had a belief in mahalakshna and that it has played an important role in many cultures. It is a common custom in India for the performer of the homa (bathing ritual) to say it during the Chini Ghul, which is accompanied by the singing of certain Mahalakshalak hymns when visiting temples in some parts of India. This custom is one of the most common in Hinduism. The word “mahal” in Sanskrit has nothing to do with the planet or its astronomical meaning, this word means “bonfire”, which literally means “a fire lit by Shiva.” There is another interpretation of the word “mahala” in the meaning of “flame”, which can be attributed to the Indian culture of fire. Although local names such as mahalaka may appear in the endings of some syllables in Sanskara, they do not usually occur in most generals. When the Mahabhagavata talks about Vishnu, he mentions four maha-vakumbhasas, or elements, which are the main ingredients in the Mahabharata: earth, water, fire and wind. Some names such as “Vamana”, “Vrishabhri” and “Sambhogakaya” may refer to the same four elements because their meaning is similar to that of “fire” or “water”. Mazdayamrita calls the earth “Vishva-Guru” or the center of the world fire, and water – “Vayu” or blessed air, and wind – “Amura” (means “god”), or air in general. From this we can understand that the verse of the Tenth Canto of the Mahabharata, which says that the shepherd gods were founded by Vishnu in the middle of Indra[13], is simply an indication of the primary elements. Similarly, the Tenth Canto of the Mahanirvana Tantra directly refers to the original unity and mutual influence of the four primary elements. The Brahma Purana describes how



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