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The Sun worship (Pooja) is an act of showing reverence to the Sun god through various rituals like meditation, invocation, chanting verses (mantra) and offering flowers, water, fruits and food to the deity. Actually, the Pooja is a spiritual process for connecting our consciousness with the super consciousness through the medium of an idol or a portrait. While performing the Pooja very strong spiritual vibrations and forces are generated in the surrounding environment. This positive divine energy dispels all negative forces and miseries and brings peace, harmony and prosperity into the devotee’s life.

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Sun Worship {s*yciytn{pi>c d[vi[n)} p*jini[ (rvij p\c(lt C[. ai pi>c d[vtiai[ C[ ~) gN[S, ~) (vON&, ~) (Sv, miti SIkt{d&gi ~) s*yK[ ji[e Skiy t[vi} d[v Ci[viY) t[mn) p*jin& (vS[P mCRv C[. s*y< aipN) s*yp*N< si]rm>DLn[ p\kiS t[mj Jvn p\din kr[ C[. s*yBv nY). s*y< p\kiS aip[ C[ t[mj (dvs an[ ri(#in[ uRp kr) smyn&> sjFkirni[ j n(C pr>t& bFij ri[gi[, d&:Avni[ t[mj aXinni[ pN niS kr[ C[. s*y aiv[ C[. (Cd& Fm> s*y a[k (v(SOT t[mj aigv&> Ayin an[ mCRv C[. (Cd& Fm dSit p\BivSiL) siFni[ C[. Jvnmi> an[k p\kirni s>kTi[, aDcNi[, smAyiai[, p\(tk*Ltiai[, d&d]d&rIAt, airi[y an[ SIkt tYi (Cmt, t[j an[ Xin bx[ C[. t[ dm, dyri[g, rkt(p_i an[ ki[Q j[vi Cq)li Sir)(rk t[mj CtiSi, (nriSi, tiN t[mj (c>ti j[vi Gr kr) ga[li min(sk ri[gi[n[ pN d*r kr[ C[. aim, s*yFi, (mlkt k[ kir(kd)(bk klC-k>kis eRyi(d d*r kr[ C[. t[ aiRm(vVisn) km), cimD)ni ri[gi[, ai>Kn) tkl)Oi[, Sr)r an[ mnni an[k ri[gi[ , vi>(zyipN&> eRyid) tkl)Oi[ d*r kr) aipNn[ Sir)(rk an[ min(sk airi[y t[mj t>d&rIAt, p\sti, ain>d, s&K-Si>(t, AmrNSIkt, Xin, (vo_ii, k)(tt srL Ci[y ki[e pN umrn){Kis kr)n[ 15 vP an&srN kr) Sk[ C[.

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* Sun-Worship * It is customary to perform five deities worship (Panchaayatana Pooja) daily among the Hindu houses. Panchaayatana Pooja is a daily worship of five deities viz. Ganesha, Vishhnu, Shiva, Shakti (Durga) and the Sun. The Sun occupies a special status among these five divinities as He is the only deity visible to our naked eyes. The Sun is the center of our solar system, gives life and light to the whole system. Without the Sun there could be no life on the Earth. He gives light, produces day and night and generates time. The Sun bestows power, strength, energy and knowledge on the living beings. The Rig Veda declares the Sun as the soul of both moving and unmoving beings. The Vedas regard the Sun as the witness of all actions. The Sun is glorified in the Vedic hymns as an all-seeing God Who observes both good and evil actions. He expels not only darkness but also evil dreams, diseases and ignorance. The Sun is worshipped for His power, strength and glory. The Sun (Surya) worship (Pooja) is a very popular form of daily ritual in the Hindu culture. As per the Hindu religion, performing Vedic Sun worship and sacrifice (Yagya) are the most effective ways to bring all types of prosperity in our life. The Sun worship is a divine boon for those who face problems, hurdles and misfortune in their life. One should worship the Sun for peace, prosperity, sound health, strength, vigour, courage, knowledge and brilliancy. The Sun worship cures chronic diseases like heart ailment, leprosy, asthma, nervous weakness, tension, anxiety and depression. The Sun worship can solve problems like a decline in name and fame, loss of high position, loss of job/career/property, family conflicts, lack of self-confidence, skin diseases, eye problems, many physical and mental diseases, childlessness etc. Thus the Sun worship brings physical and mental health, happiness, harmony, memory, knowledge, brilliance, fame, prosperity, power, energy and success in our life. The Sun-worship mainly consists of Sun salutation, Sun-devotion (Pooja) and Sandhya ritual. All these limbs of the Sun-worship are explained in detail in three different booklets. They are very simple and anybody of any age (preferably above 15) can follow them without any difficulty.

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s*y aiv[ C[.s*y aiv[ C[. s*y svp*N< yiyim p*ri[ piD[ C[.

s>yi: s>yi a[ (Cd&ai[ oiri p\Bit[, myi[ t[mj siy>kiL[ v](dk r)t[ krvimi> aivt) yi: s*yyip*jn a[ s>yi smy[ krvimi> aivt&> s*y< Bgvinn&> yin C[. s>yip*jn dr(myin s*y#ii[cirNY) mn S& an[ p(v#i bn[ C[. aim s>yip*jn upiskni[ svig) (vkis kr[ C[. viAt(vkpN[, s>yi a[ bFi pipi[Y) miO) m[Lvvi miT[n) t[mj aiRmS&I, aiRm~[y, aiRmi[RkP< an[ aiRmXin p\it krvi miT[n) s*y aivt) p\iYyi dr(myin krvimi> aivti p\iNiyim Sir)(rk an[ min(sk tiN GTiD[ C[ t[mj upiskn[ airi[y an[ t>d&rAt) bx[ C[. s*y#ii[cirN, p&Op, jL, OL, n]v[w vg[r[ oiri Bgvinn&> aidrp*v s*cyi p\miN[ Bkt oiri upyi[gmi> l[vit) ai p*ji simg\) ti[ mi#i p\(tk smin C[, si]Y) mCRvni[ ti[ Bktni[ p\B& p\Ry[ni[ Biv C[. viAt(vkpN[ ti[ p*ji a[ m*(t< yi Cb)ni miym oiri aipNi c]tyn) {aiRmin)} prmiRmi siY[ni ji[DiN miT[n) a[k aiwiIRmk p(t C[. p*ji smy[ p*jiAYL an[ t[n) aispisni vitivrNmi> aRy>t SIktSiL) aiyiIRmk Ap>dni[ an[ Uji< uRp Yiy C[. ai (dy SIktai[ bFij a(nOT tRvi[ t[mj Ci(nkirk ais&r) SIktai[ni[ niS kr) siFkni Jvnmi> s&K-Si>(t-s&m[L t[mj smZI p\Ayi(pt kr[ C[. p*jimi> siFkni p\irF yi (ny(tn[ pN bdlvin) SIkt C[. Bivp*v aiv[l) p*ji t[mj p\iY aivniri kOT-d&:K-p)Di k[ s>kTn[ CLvi bniv[ C[ yi p*Ntip d*r kr) siFkni[ ayiIRmk (vkis kr[ C[. p*ji dr(myin krvimi> aivti m>#ijip an[ yin siFkni Sr)r, mn an[ aiRmin) S&I an[ s&m[L oiri siFkni[ svig) (vkis kr[ C[. p*ji smy[ krvimi> aivti p\iNiyim siFkni Sr)r an[ mnni tiN, dbiv, aAvAYti, (c>ti, (Kti,udis)nti tYi b[c[n) d*r kr) siFkn[ (nmB)y(t t[mj IAYrti bx[ C[.

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Sun Salutation : The Sun salutation is a set of 12 Yoga poses. A Sun mantra (incantation) is chanted with each pose. The Sun salutation is known as the mother of all Yogic poses (Yogasana). The Sun salutation is the best among all Yoga poses. It produces miraculous effects on our body and mind. Almost all the benefits of all Yoga poses are derived by the Sun salutation. No special equipments are required to perform the Sun salutation. Anybody can perform the Sun salutation without much effort. It provides complete and systematic exercise to our entire body in just 5 to 10 minutes. Sandhya : Sandhya is the worship of the Sun god performed by the Hindus in the morning, in the afternoon and in the evening. It is a meditation in which one concentrates on the supreme power Sun god. While performing the Sandhya, the Sunrays fall on the practitioners body, which free the body of all ailments and the Ved mantras recited purify the mind. Actually, the Sandhya is an earnest prayer to the Sun god to forgive all sins committed during ones daily actions and attain self-purification, self-improvement and spiritual knowledge. Pranayama performed during the Sandhya improves both physical and mental health. It also relaxes both the body and mind. Sun Devotion (Pooja) : The Sun devotion (Pooja) is an act of showing reverence to the Sun god through various rituals like meditation, invocation, chanting verses (mantra) and offering flowers, water, fruits and food to the deity. The Hindu scriptures lay more stress on devotion than on physical rituals. Actually, the Pooja is a spiritual process for connecting our consciousness with the super consciousness through the medium of an idol or a portrait. While performing the Pooja very strong spiritual vibrations and forces are generated in the surrounding environment. This positive divine energy dispels all negative forces and miseries and brings peace, harmony and prosperity into the devotees life. The Pooja has the power to change the devotees fate or destiny. Sincere and earnest worship and prayer can soothe and avert evil misfortune destined to befall on the devotee. The Pooja cleanses the mind and removes grief and sorrow of life. The Pooja brings spiritual advancement to the devotee. Meditation and mantra(incantation) recitation done during the worship purify and harmonize the body, mind and spirit of the practitioner. Its benefits can permeate all facets of the devotees life and attitude. Similarly the pranayama performed during the Pooja has many physical and mental benefits. It removes stress, tension, anxiety, depression and bestows serenity and tranquility on the practitioner.

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s*yDLni k[Wmi> rC[li[ si]Y) t[jAv) g\C{tiri[} C[. s*yg(qt riK[ C[. - s*y< aipNi si]rm>DLni[ svDLni s>p*N< dLni 99.85% dL a[kli[ s*y< j Friv[ C[. - s*ygL, g&@, S(n, y&r[ns, n[c*n {v@N} an[ l*Ti[. - s*yD 70 liK Tn k&drt) viy&n&> dCn kr[ C[ j[niY) lgBg 386 liK kri[D m^givi^T Uji< uRp Yiy C[. p\(t xN 100,000,000,000 Tn DienmieTni (vAOi[T vD[ ai Uji< uRp kr) Skiy. - s*y< pZv) krti an[k gNi[ (vSiL C[. t[n) (#ijyi pZv)n) (#ijyi krti> 109 gN) vFir[ C[. s*ydr lgBg 10 liK pZv)ai[ smi(vOT Ye Sk[ C[. - s*y< pZv) krti 3,33,000 gNi[ vjndir C[. - s*y g&r&RvikP vFir[ C[. - s*y< pi[tin) Fr) pr pZv)ni 27 (dvsmi> a[k p(rB\mN p*r&> kr[ C[. - p\kiSn[ s*y a>tr kipti> 8 (m(nT, g&@ni g\C s&F) pCi[cti 40 (m(nT an[ s*y 7 klik lig[ C[. - s*y a>tr lgBg 1500 liK (kli[m)Tr C[. a[k mi[Ti (vminn[ ai a>tr kipti> 20 vP< lig) Sk[. - s*y sr[riS tipmin 20 s[Isys C[. s*y tipmin 150 liK (Dg\) s[Isys C[.

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Some Facts About the Sun : - The Sun is a star at the center of our solar system around which all local planets orbit. Its tremendous gravity holds the solar system together. - The Sun is the largest object in our solar system. It contains more than 99.85% of the total mass of the solar system. - The nine planets orbiting the Sun are Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune and Pluto. - The Sun is about 4.5 billion (4.5 lakh carore) years old. - The Sun is entirely gaseous, there is no solid surface. It is made mainly of the hydrogen (70%) and helium (28%) gas. - The Sun burns over seven million tons of natural gas every second which produce about 386 billion megawatts energy. 100,000,000,000 tons of dynamite would have to be detonated every second to match the energy produced by the Sun. - The Sun is way bigger than the Earth. Its radius is 109 times bigger than the radius of the Earth. The Suns radius is 696,000km and the Earths radius is 6,376km. - Over one million (t