Brihaspati


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Noun1.Brihaspati - personification of the power of ritual devotion
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Two other schools, Brihaspati's and Krishna's school of warfare belonged to koota yuddha (all-out war) or maya yuddha (war by tricks or stratagems).
As per the Jyotisha Shastra (rules), when Brihaspati (Jupiter) enters Vrishabha (Taurus) and the Surya (Sun) and Chandra (Moon) are in Makra (Capricorn), it is the right time for Hindu devotees to partake in a pilgrimage to Prayagraj, former Allahabad, and gather at the holy ground of Triveni Sangam, a confluence of the sacred rivers of the Ganges, the Yamuna and the Saraswati, to take a holy bath to cleanse their sins.
In ancient India, Brihaspati's and Krishna's school of warfare justified maya yuddha.
According to Matsya Purana 49.17-28 God Brihaspati, the Guru of all Indian Gods, raped his own pregnant sister-in-law Mamata.
My dad's cousin, Kailash Chandra Dev Brihaspati, was also an active member of the Party, was imprisoned for a year.
Yagnavalkya, himself a sage and a law-giver mentions twenty: Manu, Yagnavalkya, Atri, Vishu, Harita, Usanas, Angirasa, Apastambha, Yama, Brihaspati, Parasara, Samvarta, Katyayana, Daksha, Vyasa, Likhita, Sankha, Gautama, Shatatapa, and Vashishta.
In the first match of the day, AVM comprehensively defeated Brihaspati Vidyasadan by nine wickets.
Fingers Gems Planets Right index pusparaja (topaz) brihaspati (Jupiter) Left index hira (diamond) sukra Venus Right middle finer nira (sa hire shani (Saturn) Left middle finer gomed (gomed) rahu (Eclips) Left middle finer lasuni (lapis-lazuni) ketu (Comet) Right ring finer manika (ruby) surya (Sun) Left ring finer muga (coral) mangal (March) Right little finger panna (emerald) buddha (Mercury) Left little finger moti (pearl) chandra (Moon) Thus, most of the materials used in making ornaments and jewellery are supposed to possess divine power and they themselves represent the deities or planets.
The relationship may begin at the initiation, an impressive ceremony which includes the teacher's pledge: "Into my vow I put thy heart; after my mind may thy mind follow; with single-aimed vow do thou rejoice in my speech; may God Brihaspati join thee to me." (1) Later examples indicate that initiation may follow an extensive period of instruction, with the giving of a mantra.
Named after different gods, the days are Sun (Aditya), Moon (Soma), Mars (Bhauma, or Sun of the Earth), Mercury (Budha), Jupiter (Brihaspati), Venus (Bhargava or the Sun of Bhrigu), and Saturn (Sanaiscara, the slow-moving planet).
The legendary Brihaspati is the first rationalist we know by name and this is all that remains of what he said: