Sindoor kyun lagate hain?
In Hindu culture, Sindoor is worn by women in the parting of their hair, symbolizing their marital status. It is consider ed a symbol of love, devotion, and unwavering commitment. During wedding ceremonies, the groom applies sindoor to the bride's forehead, expressing honor, affection, and dedication. After marriage, women apply sindoor daily to signify their husband's enduring presence and to invite good fortune and prosperity while protecting the couple against harm. To know more about ''Sindoor kyun lagate hain?'' listen to 'What Is The Logic' withDr. Shisham Aggarwal now available on all audio platforms. To know more about Upnishad read the book- https://www.amazon.in/s?i=stripbooks&rh=p_27%3ADr.+Shisham+Bansal&ref=dp_byline_sr_book_1
What is the Logic?
There are so many rituals we do since ancient times which have been an inherent part of our tradition and culture but we have always wondered what is the reason or logic behind them? This podcast aims at creati ... ng awareness about these traditions and are they myths or do they actually have some significance. Ex. why do we take blessings by touching the feet, why do we ring a temple bell, why do newly married couples use only red saffron and yellow colors in their ceremonies, what is the significance of cremating a body, and what is the logic of wearing kajal! Debunking many myths is Dr. Shisham Bansal Aggarwal author, internationally known Astrologer, Tarot Reader, Occult Science teacher, Numerologist, Graphologist, Holistic healer, and 9 doctorates PhD (hr.) in the Occult sciences who has been conferred with International Awards.