Amazing Ancient Method of Tracking Lost Things
Amazing Ancient Method of Tracking Lost Things! – అంజనమేస్తే చాలు, అన్నీ అవే బయటికి వస్తాయి – PMB TV
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Anjanam is a traditional practice of divine eye used to find hidden or missing things such as materials, animals or human, missingornaments, to find thieves who stole materials etc,. Some treasure hunters are alsousing anjanam to find hidden treasure in the earth. It is prepared with the combinationof herbals like roots, leaves and stem bark and animal brgans like eye and pancreas,camphor etc. A person who practices anjanam is known as anjanakadu. The anjanakadu see all the things live via anjanam, but this is an art so one needs to develop concentration. If the people have lost any thing they go to the anjanakadu and to find the missing things. The anjanahdu places a drgp of anjanarn (already prepared black oil) on the betel leaf and lies in front of the deepam (light). In this case the anjanakadu chants some mantras into the anjanam to invite Lord Hanuman to show related problem in that object. The anjanahdu looks into the anjanam without closing his eyes and says things that actually occurred.
A superstition is a belief in something that is not justified by reason or evidence. It means to believe in something blindly without verification. Indian beliefs and superstitions are passed down from generation to generation. Most of these beliefs sprung up to provide protection from evil spirits, but some were based on scientific reasoning.
Though Indian society is fast progressing, there are many people who are still superstitious and have a strong faith in these local beliefs. Superstitions are seen as important in India, because they often predict future occurrences, which can be either good or bad.
Astrology is an integral part of Indian culture. Even today, many people prefer to do good things, such as entering a newly made home (Gruhapravesha), fixing a marriage proposal, fixing a marriage date, entry of a bride to her new home, starting a new business, etc, according to their astrological belief. Let’s learn how these astrological beliefs are categorized and structured
It is an interesting question. With the progress of science and pop culture, many of these superstitions have already lost their hold on the minds of the people. However, many of them are so deeply rooted that no amount of knowledge or science can weaken their hold or fully shake them off.
When I discussed this question with some of my friends, the response was amazing. They belong to both the present generation of youngsters and the older generation. Though most of them don’t want to believe these superstitions, they are not prepared to take the risk of ignoring them. Those who had ignored them had already faced some serious problems, which made them stick to the age-old beliefs again. It seems that, given how chaotic life can be, people still find a certain amount of comfort in thinking they can improve their lives by taking heed of these omens.
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