Saturday, 31 October 2015

Sindoor: Symbol of a Hindu Married Woman.

    A Sindoor on the forehead symbolizes the married woman of our nation and for many millenniums since our nation got invaded by Islamic Invaders followed by British rule.



   Every married woman knows the significance and importance Sindoor places in our Vedic Culture, be it from any corners east, west, north or south of India, a woman is known whether she is married or not by looking at a mark of Sindoor or Vermilion on her Forehead, or above her forehead where her hair parts.

   This post is in dedication to the women of India, quite rightly the most graceful, caring, intelligent, loyal, compassionate and noble as compared to females of any races across the globe. This post is a detailed description of what makes an Indian woman and her significance with KUMKUM, POTTU, TILAK, BINDI, SINDOOR, VERMILION, THE HINDU WOMAN'S MARK OF DHARMA AND GRATITUDE. MARK OF MARITAL COMMITMENT IN SANATANA DHARMA.

   The intention of this post is to understand our great culture, our present generation mired in the spin of modern era has forgotten their Vedic culture and are not aware of what lies beneath such a small substance the VERMILION, is a wealth of valuable information, hope the facts in revelation shall enable you to know more about our great Vedic past, a culture that made us pious, graceful, happy and healthy.
  
   When a married woman applies Sindoor on her hair parting every day, she wears it remembering her husband with gratitude and pray for her husband’s well beings and log life.

   This mark is a symbol of accountability, a carefree young girl from her parents family is now a wife with responsibilities and accountability in her husband’s family, as per Sanatana Dharma she is a daughter in law with duties.

   Let me Challenge if anyone has a spec of doubt, get me a female from any other nations, belonging to any race and culture or from any continent to have the beauty, grace, inner beauty, charm and blush that an Indian Woman possess, I am ready to  lose anything you say. A woman might be beautiful but for sure the women from other places certainly lacks the inner beauty which only Indian females have in abundance. 

   The main reason why our ancestors insisted on early marriage and marriage occurred when a boy was in his early 20’s is that a strong bond between couples can occur only when one is in their youth and can make most of their lives together.
  
Hindu women are virgins when they marry, and the whole world is jealous of this.  Divorce rates in India is very low as compared to global statistics, the reason being that in India marriages are arranged and unlike west who will never understand the concept of arranged marriage has a high percentage of divorce rate as 8 out of 10 marriage in the west end up in divorce.

   A Hindu married woman walks behind her husband, for her man she is a pillar of strength. In a Indian home whenever there is a difficult situation, her advice is always taken into consideration by her husband based on which they derive at a decision. A Indian Hindu home is a fountainhead of peace!

   When a Hindu married woman applies Sindoor on her maang (hair part on forehead) she draws her energy from the universe via the ether- such is the belief and the mindset of our culture and there is a quantum physics explanation for this which I will come to later. 

   The Sindoor is a potent mark of protection. Attempting to dishonor the Sindoor may cost a man his life in Hindu dharma.  The Sindoor is a holy mark of honour which prevents a married Hindu woman from going astray.

   There is vested interest of the west and Christina missionary organization’s working via the NGO’s who go over the board declaring how dangerous it is to apply Sindoor on forehead.  We are NOT fools.  Not a single Hindu woman has ever died because of her Sindoor.

   But nowadays we find vested FOREIGN FUNDED NGO's "manufacturing “Sindoor with toxic lead and selling it in market so that Hindu women stop applying Sindoor.  Even Foreign Funded Indian TV’s are discouraging their female anchors from applying Sindoor to show they are SECULAR nay SICULAR.

   Modern Sindoor mainly uses vermilion, which is an orange-red pigment.  Vermilion is the purified and powdered form of cinnabar, which is the chief form in which mercury sulfide naturally occurs. As with other compounds of mercury, Sindoor is toxic and must be handled carefully. 

   Every day when a Hindu woman applies Sindoor on her hair parting after a bath, she remembers her husband with gratitude.  It’s a mark of devotion, acceptance, maturity and dependency.  In Hinduism marriage is a lifelong commitment, and there is a sense of belonging. This is a daily pledge of honour and chastity.  Grateful women have memories stored inside their hearts.  Gratitude is the most beautiful and fragrant flower, in the garden of her soul. This particular ritual keeps her mentally healthy and happy. She is less stressed and happier,
  

   The area where Sindoor is applied is in between the eyebrows, called the Ajna Chakra.  This is the point that Sanatan Hindu Dharma consider the entry and exit point of our jivaatma (soul).

   Let the world’s greatest hypnotist try to hypnotize a Hindu woman with bindi dot or Sindoor on her forehead.  He can try till the cows come home, he won’t be successful. This area is called the third eye of Shiva.  Applying the bindi signifies her eternal link with the Supreme Being.


   A Hindu woman firmly believes that this dot protects her from negative tendencies and forces.  Hindus believe that Goddess Parvati grants "AKHANDA SAUBHAGYA" (lifelong good fortune) to all the females who wear Sindoor in their maang or hair parting. 

   Sindoor is the symbol of Goddess Parvati wife of lord Shiva. The Hindu woman believed that when she applies Sindoor hair parting, she is blessed by Goddess Parvati, who also protects her husband.

   The bright red colour of the Sindoor channelizes the passion of married life.  It is NOT about fashion - it is spiritual.  In ancient times Vedic Sindoor had musk and sandalwood. Red colour rules taste and smell.  It also symbolizes joy, passion, dynamism and enthusiasm.   Red is the color with the longest wavelength, being the nearest visible light to infrared in the electromagnetic spectrum, it’s the colour of the sari of Goddess of prosperity Laxmi.

   Ajna chakra is the point of confluence where the three main nadis or forces- Ida, pingala and sushumna merge into one stream of consciousness and flow up to sahasrara, the crown center.

   The Ajna chakra is more active in women. Women are more sensitive, psychic and perceptive and they can discern a lecherous eye.  Frequency of Ajna chakra is similar to the frequency of planet Venus. The planet Venus symbolize sex, love, beauty, enticement, seduction, and persuasive female charm.

   The de-toxified mercury in the Sindoor is capable of absorbing positive energy vibrations from the universe and gives virtue and power to the woman to run her life with patience, love, understanding, forgiveness.


   The Sindoor activates pituitary as well as pineal gland, so that the body and mind of our married women function better.


   The hair parting or maang is the spiritual center called Brahmarandhra, an aperture in the crown of head. This astral aperture is very sensitive, and is the gateway to the absolute extending from perineum to the crown.   

   This red pigment vermilion, a pure form of mercuric sulfide, is traditionally obtained by reaction of mercury (produced by reduction from cinnabar) with sulfur, since the past 9000 years in India.  All in India are aware of how deadly a poison Mercury is.   Sulphur in Sindoor neutralizes the toxicity of mercury.

   Sindoor can also be made at home from turmeric and alum, to be safe from vested manufacturers who try to sabotage Hinduism. The turmeric powder, becomes red when mixed with lime juice or lime powder, moistened in water, or with alum.

   Mercury in Sindoor creates a resonance which vibrates the pineal gland, to release Neurotransmitters serotonin, melatonin, DMT, etc.  When you get very close to orgasm, and the male gets close to ejaculation, the feelings will be overwhelming and the brain tends to shut down and reverse the energy which will then take a downward course and seek release through the genitals.  

   When both partners melt with each other, vital energy is exchanged between the masculine and the feminine, and the resonating energy build to higher levels.  During fear, the etheric body shrinks and during love it expands.  All our energy and vitality comes from the etheric body.

   The pineal gland is the physical concomitant of Ajna chakra and the pituitary gland is of sahasrara.  Just as the pituitary and pineal glands are intimately connected, so are Ajna and sahasrara.  We could say that Ajna is the gateway to sahasrara chakra.  If Ajna is awakened and functioning properly, all the experiences happening in sahasrara can be managed well.  The pituitary gland secretes various hormones which instigates our sexual consciousness and our sensuality.

   Sindoor is the reason why divorce in Hindu India is less.    When a married woman wears Sindoor she will NOT do what she is NOT supposed to do. Nagging is less.  One of the main reasons of divorce is nagging—the drip drip, constant nag or it can be the hurricane force nagging.  The marriage is now full of negativity, contempt, one-upmanship and resentment, the net result is a miserable divorce and the uprooted lives. 

   Sindoor mark greatly enhance female beauty and grace.  Sindoor is one of the 16 adornments (solah shringar) for a married Hindu woman as per our scriptures. The day a woman gets married, this vermilion colour becomes a part of her entity. Sindoor represents an Indian woman’s commitment to have a lifelong relationship with her husband.

How many western women know the real meaning of commitment?  How many of them are virgins before they marry? Let them think, they and their stupid destructive culture. But the pain is that we are moving to their culture at a rapid pace without a caution.

   Which is why one should never wear a bindi which is a round plastic piece with red felt velvet on one side and glue on the other side – manufactured by an ISO 9002 company, which is as good as useless, if you want to be a good wife to your husband then try this ancient tradition of Vermilion or Sindoor on your forehead, believe me it will not cost you a fortune rather it will cost you nothing but what it gives back is blessings in abundance.

REMEMBER OUR ANCESTORS WERE NOT FOOLS LIKE HOW BLIGHTY BARMY ANGREZ SAID INDIA IS FULL OF SUPERSTITION…. What can these John Bulls know, who don’t know to clean their behind after a crap.

   In Sanatana Dharma, there is no superstition rather science is personified in the most brilliant manner from perfection to precision. Our Maharishis never gave any scientific explanation cause had they given it like the scientists of now with their experiments and documentation, we would have been more materialistic, greedy and ambitious like a modern day corporates whose only goal is Exploitation deceit and rule all with a tinge of Hypocrisy. Our Maharishi’s wanted us to be more close to god and spiritual in our life which is why they spun all scientific explanation in a meticulous manner and portrayed such significance by way of culture and tradition, hence we see why we have so many festivals in our culture and it is culture the reason why Sanatana Dharma still survives in spite of numerous attacks from Foreign Invaders for the past 1300 years.

OUR CULTURE IS OUR STRENGTH, TRY TO PRESERVE IT….

May Maa Bharti Shower her Grace on You,


Jayan Divakaran.