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17Jun/17
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Sri Varahalakshmi Narasimha Swamy Vari Devasthanam, Simhachalam

Simhachalam Temple History

Simhachalam Sthala Puranam

The local Sthala purana contains a mythical account of the foundation of the Temple which relates to the well-known story of the demon King Hiranya-Kasyapa and his son Prahlada. Hiranyakasipu and Hiranyaksha who are brothers and mighty demon lords bent upon disturbing the peace of the world.

Hiranyaksha, seized the earth and carried it to neither regions. Lord Vishnu killed him and delivered the earth from the clutches of the demon by assuming the Boar incarnation (Varaha Avatara). Hiranyakasipu wanted to avenge the death of his brother Hiranyaksha. He wanted to become immortal and hence performed austerities (tapasya) to propitiate Lord Brahma. However, Lord Brahma said that was not possible so Hiranyakasipu asked Lord Brahma to grant him a boon so that he could not be killed by either animal or a man neither in the morning nor in the night, by any weapons, neither in sky nor on the earth. Hiranyakasipu wanted the entire world to worship him. He added to his might the power of penance and began to punish the gods and sages, the devotees of Lord Vishnu.

Son of Hiranyakasipu, named Prahalada became a devotee of Vishnu even from his birth and thus brought upon himself the wrath of his father. Hiranyakasipu tried to mend the ways of his son, but when he found him to be adamant, made him undergo severe hardships. He made the elephants trample over him and set poisonous snakes against him. Prahalada, protected as he was by divine grace, stood firm Hiranyakasipu as a last resort, asked his servants to throw his son into the sea and place huge mountain over him. His servant choose to drop Prahalada in the sea near the mount Simhadri with a view to place the mountain over him. But before they could complete their act Lord Narayana rescued him by jumping over the hill and lifting up Prahalada from the sea. Simhadri is thus the place where the Lord rescued Prahalada.

The form of Varahanarasimha (Dwayavathara) was assumed by him, on the prayer of his devotee, Prahalada, who wanted to see both the incarnations of the Lord, the one by which he had already killed Hiranyakasha and the other by which he would kill Hiranyakasipu.

According to Stalapurana, Prahalada was the first person to construct a temple round the Deity. He accomplished this after his father’s death at the hands of Narasimha. But at the end of that life-cycle (Krita yuga), the temple was neglected and began to decay. Even the Deity was not taken care of and crests of earth slowly gathered round the image.

But, at the beginning of another life-cycle, the Lord once again was discovered by Emperor Pururava of the Lunar Dynasty. Pururava, with his spouse Urvasi, riding on an aerial chariot over the hills of the South, was drawn to Simhachalam by a mysterious power. He discovered the Lord on the hill lying imbedded in crests of earth. He cleared the earth around the image of the Lord. Then he was addressed by the akaasavani not to expose the image but cover it with sandal paste. It also added that the Lord should be worshipped in this form, and only once in a year, on the third day in the month of Vaisakha his nijaswarupa can be revealed. Acting under the instructions of akaasavani, king pururava applied over the image an amount of sandalwood paste which is equal to the mud he had removed, worshipped the deity, and built the temple once again around the image. The temple continued to flourish ever since.

Simhachalam History

The exact age of the temple is not known, but it contains an inscription, dated as far back as 1098-99 A.D. of the Chola king Kulottunga-I, who conquered the Kalinga territories, and it must thus have been a place of importance even by that period. Another inscription shows that a queen of the Velanandu chief Gonka III (1137-56)covered the image with gold a third says that the Eastern Ganga king Narasimha.

I built the central shrine,the mukhamandapam,the natyamandapam, and the enclosing verandah in black stone in the later half of 13th century and other grants inscribed on its walls (the Government Epigraphist’s lists for 1899 give not less than 125 such inscriptions) make it a regular repository of the history of the district.

The Simhachalam temple still contains in inscriptions left here by Sri krishna Devaraya of Vijayanagara empire recounting his successes and relating how he and his queen presented the yod with necklace of 991 pearls and other costly gifts.

Architecturally the temple apparently deserves high praise. This temple contain a square shrine surmounted by a high tower, a portico in front with a smaller tower above it, a square sixteen pillared mandapam (called the mukhamandapam) facing this, and an enclosing verandah, all made of dark granite richly and delicately carved with conventional and floral ornament and scenes from the Vaishnavite puranas. Some of the carvings are mutilated (by Muhammadan conquerors, it is said). One of the pillars is called the kappa stambham or ‘tribute pillar’. It is credited with great powers of curing diseases and granting children. In the verandah is a stone car with stone wheels and prancing stone horses.

Outside this inner enclosure there is the excellent natyamandapam on the north side of the temple, where the god’s marriage is performed. This is supported by 96 pillars of black stone, arranged in sixteen rows of six each, which are more delicately carved than any others in the temple, are all different in the details of their design, and yet avoid incongruity of effect by adhering to one general type – especially in their capitals, which are usually of the inverted – lotus shape.

The deity is kept covered with an unctuous preparation of sandal paste. Once a year i.e, on akshaya thritheeya day (3rd day of Vaisakhamasam) this sandal paste will be removed in a ceremony at the festival called Chandanayatra (Chandanotsavam) and Nija roopa darsanam of Swamy Vari will be provided to devotees. It is the most important festival in this temple.

Website @ http://simhachalamdevasthanam.net/home.html

17Jun/17
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Sri Brahmaramba Mallikarjuna Swamy Devasthanam, Srisailam

Srisailam Temple History

Srisailam played a dominant role in our religious, cultural and social history from ancient times.The epigraphical evidence reveals that the history of Srisailam begins with the Sathavahanas who were the first empire builders in South India. The earliest known historical mention of the Hill – Srisailam, can be traced in Pulumavi’s Nasik inscription of 1st Century A.D.The Sathavahanas, the Ikshavakus, the Pallavas, the Vishnukundis, the Chalukyas, the Kakatiyas, the Reedy Kings, the Vijayanagara Emperors and Chatrapathi Shivaji are among the famous emperors who worshipped God Mallikarjuna Swamy.

Prataparudra of Kakatiya Dynasty strived a lot for the improvements of this Kshetram and granted Paraganas for its maintenance. Ganapathideva has spent 12000 Golden Nanyas for the maintenance of the temple. The period of Reddi Kings is the ‘Golden Age’ of Srisailam that almost all rulers of the dynasty did celebrated service for this temple.

In 14th Century Prolaya Vema Reddi of Reddy Dynasty constructed stepped path-way to Srisailam and Pathalaganga (Here the river Krishna is called as Pathalaganga) and Anavema Reddi constructed Veera Siromandapam in which the Veerasaiva devotees cut off their hands, tongue, limbs with devotion to attain the realisation of the God. This practice is known as Veeracharam. The Second Harihararaya of Vijayanagara Empire constructed the Mukhamantapam of Swamy shrine and also a Gopuram on Southern Side of the temple. In the 15th Century Sri Krishnadevaraya Constructed the Rajagopuram on Eastern side and Salumantapas on both sides of the temple. The last Hindu King who strove hard for the improvement of the temple is Chatrapathi Shivaji who constructed a Gopuram on northern side in the year 1667 A.D.

The prominence of this Divya Kshetram is highlighted by the fact that while performing our daily household rituals we specify place and location of our existence with reference to Srisailam. According to Agni Puranam, in the Krithayuga the Demon King Hiranyakasyapa did penance at the Kshetram and worshipped God Mallikarjuna Swamy.

Website : http://www.apendowments.gov.in/srisailam/

17Jun/17
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Mopidevi Sthala Puranam

Mopidevi Sthala Puranam

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Mopidevi Temple Gallery

17Jun/17
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Mopidevi Temple History

Mopidevi History

The Mopidevi temple is situated at a distance of nearly 70 km’s from Vijayawada in Andhra Pradesh. It is well connected by buses and trains from many parts of the country. Four Deva Rishis viz., Sankara, Sanakasa, Sanatkumara, and Sanatsujata are known for their un-wavering devotion and saintly knowledge. They are immoral and always appear at the age of five years to others. They remained so detached from the awareness of worldly matters that they remain naked without covering their bodies. Once, they came to Kailas, the abode of Lord Shiva to worship Him. At the same time, Sachi Devi, Swaha Devi, Goddess Saraswathi and Goddess Lakshmi also arrived. Lord Subrahmanyeswara was sitting in the lap of his mother Goddess Parvathi by that time. Lord Subrahmanyeswara as a child was bewildered at the two contrasts of fully clad Gods and Goddesses on one hand and the nude Deva rishis on the other. He giggled innocently in a childish way. Goddess Parvathi chided Lord Subrahmanyeswara for his folly. Later, Lord Subrahmanyeswara realised his lapse and took permission to do penance to get rid of the blemish. Lord Subrahmanyeswara did the penance in disguise, in the form of a snake for many years and successfully cleansed Himself of his folly. The place where Lord Subrahmanyeswara did penance later came to be known as ‘Mopidevi’.

Mopidevi Temple History

According to holy texts, Vindhya Mountain, at one time became overconfident of its strength and began to grow upwards. It went up to the planet Ravi. With this, darkness surmounted all over and all mortals and immortals including every flora and fauna suffered in darkness.Gods prayed to Sage Agasthya to somehow humble the Vindhya Mountain. Sage Agasthya is known to have attained divine powers through severe penance. He was staying in Varanasi at that time. He, accepted the request of Devas, Sage Agasthya started towards the mountain Vindhya from Northern India. Vidhya Mountain is the boarder between North India and South India. Knowing in advance about the arrival of Sage Agasthya, the Vindhya Mountain humbled himself to the lowest level so as to give way to the sage. While crossing the Vindhya Mountain, Sage Agasthya has taken promise from Vindhyaa to be in humbled state till he returns from his tour of Southern India. But the sage did not return. He settled in South India. Waiting for ages together, Vidhya Mountain remained humbled even today.

Sage Agasthya along with his retinue had the occasion to pass through the place, where Lord Subrahmanyeswara did severe penance. He identified the place and said that this area is covered by Tigers and from here if we go towards the Eastern direction, one can find the divine temple of Lord Kumaraswamy known as Subrahmanyeswara. By visiting this temple with devotion, one can get earning all through the life and also attain salvation. It is pertinent to note that the presiding deity of Vijayawada Kanaka Durga rides on Tiger.

Lord Subrahmanyeswara is the son of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvathi. While Lord Subrahmanyeswara was in her womb, Goddess Parvathi could not bear the power of the foetus and hence transferred the same to Ganga Devi. Ganga also could not bear the power of the foetus and hence the foetus slipped into the reed grass. Six female minor deities called Krittika took care of the embryo. Imbibing the strengths of both Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvathi, Lord Subrahmanyeswara was born in the the month of Margasiramasam on Shashti day of waxing Moon with six heads, twelve hands, lot of brilliance, luster and the radiance of Sun. Devotees specially worship Lord Subrahmanyeswara on the days of Ashada Sukla Panchami, Naga Panchami, Nagaula Chaviti and Shashti.

Pujas for Rahu and Ketu are performed regularly at Mopidevi Temple. Devotees get tonsured as part of fulfilment of their vow. Some get their children’s ears bored to get relief from Sarpa Dosha. Women who want children make a cradle with a new Saree and hang it on the sacred tree here. People who want to get married soon offer Pongal made of rice and jaggery. People suffering from poor sight, ear ailments, skin diseases, lack of progeny due to previous births’ and misdeeds etc., get relief by worshiping Lord Subrahmanyeswara in Mopidevi. In particular, natives who are suffering from Sarpa dosha, Rahu-Ketu dosha and Anapathya Dosha worship of Mopidevi Sri Subrahmanyeswara Swamy will be highly beneficial.

How To Reach Mopidevi Temple

Mopidevi is well connected with Road route

  • BY AIR : Nearest airport is Gannavaram, Andhra Pradesh. From Gannavaram one can choose to travel by Bus or by hiring a private taxi.
  • BY TRAIN : Nearest railway station is Repalle railway station..
  • BY ROAD : Mopidevi is in the Vijayawada-Avanigadda roadline. There are number of buses from Vijayawada to Avanigadda. It takes around two hours from Vijayawada in bus via kankipadu, vuyyuru,pamarru and challapalli. Vijayawada-Nagayalanka buses also go through Mopidevi. Alternatively, share autos are available from Repalle railway station directly to Mopidevi temple. It takes hardly 20–30 minutes (since the penumudi bridge is opened in 2006). This is the best option for those who prefer Train (Guntur/Tenali to Repalle) over bus.

Mopidevi Temple Pooja Timings

  • Morning – 5.30 am – 1.00 pm
  • Evening – 4.00 pm – 8.00 pm

Mopidevi Temple Gallery:

For more details : http://www.mopidevitemple.org

10May/17

Amazon Great Indian Sale from 11may2017 to 14may2017

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Yet another sale on your plate is to be served by Amazon India. The Amazon Great Indian Sale is here to fulfill all your wishes at discounted rates. Starting on the 11th of May 2017, sale will end on 14th of May and hence you have 4 long days to shop your heart out. Avail exciting offers on your favorite products and get them for low prices. Add more to your wish list, because the sale is simply irresistible.

At the Amazon Great Indian Sale, you have the chance to buy products from all the categories at the best prices. Be it electronics, home appliances, books, apparel and fashion wear, or any other section, everything will be sold at low price.

Citi bank card holders get to enjoy some extra benefits during this sale. When you make payment via Citi bank debit or credit card, you get an added discount. The discount for app users will be 15 % whereas for the web users it will be 10%. This is another fantastic reason to shop at the Amazon Great Indian Sale.

The best part of the Amazon Great Indian Sale is that you get a Yatra coupon code for a discount of Rs.1000 on domestic hotel booking. To avail this offer, shop for Rs.500 or more at Amazon during the sale. Eligible customers will receive a discount code from Yatra which can be redeemed to avail a discount of INR 1000 off on domestic hotel bookings on Yatra.com. No minimum purchase is required on Yatra.com to use this coupon.

Another great thing about this Sale is that you will get a chance to win Rs.1 Lakh every hour on adding money to your Amazon Pay Balance. So, recharge your Amazon Balance and stand a chance to become a Lakhpati.

Along with these there are more offers that make the Amazon Great Indian Sale a wonderful time to shop. The Sale will offer a discount of Rs.2000 on a 6” Kindle Paperwhite. Kindle owners can even get the yearly subscription for Rs.1499. On purchasing an Amazon Firestick TV, you get Rs.500 Amazon Pay Balance back.

Make a list of all that you want and get the best Amazon offers only at Amazon Great Indian Sale. Happy Shopping!

Amazon Great Indian Sale 2017 Period 11th To 14th May 2017
Sale Starting Date 11th May 2017
Sale Ending Date 14th May 2017
Great Indian Festival Sale. Here is all that you need to do to pay less and earn cash backs at the same time.

 

10May/17
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Flipkart Big 10 Sale from 14th-18th May 2017

The Big 10 Sale is here as a gift in return to the millions of online shoppers who have held on with Flipkart ever since its beginning. The biggest sale online is here to allow you refurbish everything you wished to with brand new products right from this space. From TV and coffee tables for your living room, to mobile phones and laptops for your everyday use to fashion apparel and footwear from the most sought-after brands are all available here at surprisingly low prices low prices and form part of the huge Big 10 Sale benefits.

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Flipkart is giving you all that you want in one silver platter at the most affordable rates ever. This is exactly why this is not just a sale, it’s much bigger this time. Reap great benefits out of this Big 10 Sale. Use your PhonePe wallet to avail 30% cashback on payments. Also, avail 10% discounts with HDFC bank credit cards.

13Apr/17

Goods & Services Tax (GST) in India 2017

Introduction

The introduction of Goods and Services Tax (GST) would be a very significant step in the field of indirect tax reforms in India. By amalgamating a large number of Central and State taxes into a single tax, it would mitigate cascading or double taxation in a major way and pave the way for a common national market. From the consumer point of view, the biggest advantage would be in terms of a reduction in the overall tax burden on goods, which is currently estimated to be around 25%-30%.

Introduction of GST would also make Indian products competitive in the domestic and international markets. Studies show that this would have a boosting impact on economic growth. Last but not the least, this tax, because of its transparent and self-policing character, would be easier to administer.

WHY GST : BENEFITS

To Trade

  • Reduction in multiplicity of taxes
  • Mitigation of cascading/ double taxation
  • More efficient neutralization of taxes especially for exports
  • Development of common national market
  • Simpler tax regime
    1. Fewer rates and exemptions
    2. Distinction between Goods & Services no longer required

To Consumers

  • Simpler Tax system
  • Reduction in prices of goods & services due to elimination of cascading
  • Uniform prices throughout the country
  • Transparency in taxation system
  • Increase in employment opportunities

EXISTING INDIRECT TAX STRUCTURE

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MAIN FEATURES OF GST

Taxable event:

 Tax on supply of goods or services rather than manufacture / production of goods, provision of services or sale of goods

 Powers to declare certain supplies as supply of goods or of services – Schedule II  Powers to declare certain activities/transactions as neither supply of goods nor of services – Schedule III

 On Intra-State supplies of goods or services – CGST & SGST shall be levied by the Central and State Government respectively, at the rate to be prescribed  Maximum rate ring fenced in law

 On Inter -State supplies of goods or services – IGST shall be levied by the Central Government, at the rate to be prescribed

 Maximum rate ring fenced in law

Determination of nature of supply:

 Elaborate Rules provided for determining the place of supply

 Intra-State supply of goods or services – where the location of the supplier and the place of supply are in the same State

 Inter-State supply of goods or services – where the location of the supplier and the place of supply are in different State

Liability to pay:

 Liability to pay tax arises only when the taxable person crosses the exemption threshold

Composition Scheme:

 Provision for levy of tax on fixed rate on aggregate turnover upto a prescribed limit in a financial year (Composition scheme) without participation in ITC chain 

Time & Value of supply:

 Elaborate principles devised for determining the time of supply of goods or services with following being crucial determinants with certain exceptions:

 Date on which supplier issues invoice

 Date on which supplier receives the payment, whichever is earlier

 Tax is to be paid on Transaction value (TV) of supply generally i.e. the price actually paid or payable for the supply of goods or services

Input Tax Credit (ITC):

 ITC is available in respect of taxes paid on any supply of goods or services used or intended to be used in the course or furtherance of business (i.e. for business purposes)

 Negative list approach for non-allowance of ITC

 ITC of tax paid on goods or services used for making taxable supplies by a taxable person allowed subject to four conditions:

 possession of invoice;

 receipt of goods or services;

 tax actually paid by supplier to government;

 furnishing of return

Input Tax Credit (ITC):

 Full ITC allowed on capital goods in one go

 Proportionate credits allowed in case inputs, inputs services and capital goods are partly used for business and partly for non-business purposes

 Proportionate credits allowed in case inputs, inputs services and capital goods are used for taxable including zero rated and exempt (including non-taxable) supplies

 ITC cannot be availed after filing of return for the month of September of next Financial Year or filing of Annual Return

 ITC available only on provisional basis for a period of two months until payment of tax and filing of valid return by the supplier

 Matching of supplier’s and recipient’s invoice details

 ITC to be confirmed only after matching of such information

 ITC to be reversed in case of mis-match

 Input Service Distributor mechanism for distribution of ITC of input services

Registration:

 PAN based Registration

 required to be obtained for each State from where taxable supplies are being made

 A person having multiple business verticals in a State may obtain separate registration for each business vertical

 Liability to be registered:

 Every person who is registered or who holds a license under an earlier law;

 Every person whose turnover in a year exceeds the threshold

 A person, though not liable to be registered, may take voluntary registration

 Certain suppliers liable for registration without threshold

 Registration to be given by both Central and State Tax Authorities on a common e-application

 Deemed registration after three common working days from date of application unless objected to

 Self –serviced Amendments except for certain core fields

 Provision for surrender of registration and also for suomoto cancellation by the tax authorities

Returns:

 Normal taxpayers, compositions taxpayers, Casual taxpayers, non-resident taxpayers, TDS Deductors, Input service Distributors (ISDs) to file separate electronic returns with different cut-off dates

 Annual return to be filed by 31st December of the following Financial Year along with a reconciliation statement

 Short-filed returns not to be treated as a valid return for matching & allowing ITC and fund transfer between Centre and States

 GST practitioners scheme to assist taxpayers mainly in filing of returns

Payment:

 System of electronic cash ledger and electronic ITC ledger

 Tax can be deposited by internet banking, NEFT / RTGS, debit/credit card and Over The Counter

 Date of credit to the Govt. account in the authorized bank is the date of payment for credit in electronic cash ledger

 Payment of Tax is made by way of the debit in the electronic cash or credit ledger

 Cross-utilization of ITC between CGST & IGST, between SGST/UTGST & IGST allowed

 Hierarchy for discharging payments of various tax liabilities

 Provision for TDS on certain entities

 E-Commerce Operators, facilitating supplies by other suppliers, to collect Tax at source (TCS), at the time of supply, out of payments to be made to such suppliers

Refund:

 Time limit for refund of tax or interest is two years

 Refund of accumulated ITC allowed in case of exports or where the credit accumulation is on account of inverted duty structure

 Refund to be granted within 60 days from the date of receipt of complete application

 Interest is payable if refund is not sanctioned within 60 days

 Refund claim along with documentary evidence to be filed online without any physical interface with tax authorities

 Immediate provisional sanction of 90% of refund claim on account of zero-rated supplies

 Tax refund will be directly credited to the bank account of applicant

Assessment and Audit:

 Self –assessment of tax

 Provisions for assessment of non-filers, unregistered persons & summary assessments in certain cases

 Provision for provisional assessment on request of taxable person – to be finalized in six months

 Audit to be conducted at the place of business of the taxable person or at the office of the tax authorities, after prior intimation to taxable person

 Audit to be completed within 3 months, extendable by a further period of 6 months

Demand:

 Adjudication order to be issued within 3/5 years of filing of annual return in normal cases & fraud / suppression cases respectively

 SCNs to be issued at least 3 months and 6 months prior to last date of passing adjudication order in normal cases and in fraud cases respectively

 Taxable person can settle demand at any stage, right from audit/investigation to the stage of passing of adjudication order and even thereafter

Power of officers and taxpayers right to appeal:

 Officers to have power of search & seizure with inbuilt safeguards

 Restricted power to arrest and for prosecution

 Elaborate provisions for appeals up to Supreme Court

Miscellaneous:

 Advance ruling mechanism

 Comprehensive transitional provisions for smooth transition to GST

 Provision for Job work provided

 System of GST Compliance rating provided

 Anti-profiteering provision made to dis-incentivize nonpassing of price reduction benefits to consumers

Reference : www.cbec.gov.in

04Feb/17

Patanjali Kesh Kanti Shampoo Variants

Patanjali Kesh Kanti Shampoo Variants

Patanjali Hair cleansers/ shampoos – Safety for hair and treatment for diseases. This gives beauty to the hairs, treating dryness and dandruffs. `Bhrigraj`, myrtle (mahendi), acadia concinna (shikakai) and emblic myrobalan (aola), give new strength to the hairs. Soap nut (ritha), margosa (neem), Indian valerian (tagar), esculent fiacurtia (bakuchi) and turmeric, fights with the insecticides and are effective disinfectants, particularly in the root of hairs. Aloe vera, `aola` and `kesh kanti` stops hair loss and hair turning grey and keeps up shinning.

 Patanjali-Kesh-Kanti-Natural-shampoo  Patanjali-Kesh-Kanti-milk-protein-shampoo  Patanjali-Kesh-Kanti-antidandruff-shampoo
Patanjali Kesh Kanti Natural shampoo Patanjali Kesh Kanti milk protein shampoo Patanjali Kesh Kanti antidandruff shampoo
useful in Dryness of hair & Roughness of hair. controls hair fall and Improves hair glow Useful in Dryness and Roughness of hair . It controls hair fall and improves hair shine. Contains Rosemary & Tea tree oil which removes dandruff from hairs  and enhances hair glow.
 Patanjali-Kesh-Kanti-reeta-shampoo  Patanjali-Kesh-Kanti-shikakai-shampoo  Patanjali-Kesh-Kanti-aloevera-shampoo
Patanjali Kesh Kanti reeta shampoo Patanjali Kesh Kanti shikakai shampoo Patanjali Kesh Kanti aloevera shampoo
Useful in dryness & roughness of hair. Prevents hair fall & improves hair shine Nourishes the hair and enhances hair glow. Prevents hair fall, Minimize split ends, Removes dirt from hair & scalp.

Usage Directions : Apply 2-5 ml on wet hair, massage gently for 1 minute and then rinse with water.
Caution : For external use only.
Side Effects : Since all are ayurvedic products no side effects are seen till now for these products.

04Feb/17
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Patanjali Dant Kanti Toothpaste Variants

Patanjali Dant Kanti is a herbal toothpaste made from precious herbs for oral and dental care. As of today there are 4 variants of danth kanthi toothpastes available in the market.

Let’s have a look about all the dant kanti toothpaste variants along with the benefits of each variant.

Patanjali Dant Kanti Toothpaste Patanjali Dant Kanti Medicated Toothpaste Patanjali Dant Kanti Advanced Toothpaste Patanjali Dant Kanti Junior Herbal Toothpaste
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Who can use Adults Adults Adults Kids
Suggested for Strong, White, Healthy Teeth and Gums Hot-cold sensation gingivitis Toothache, Halitosis, Gingival Bleeding and periodontal diseases Cavities and germs
Other Benefits Fights against : germs, tightens gums to close gaps, stops bleeding of gums, Gingivitis, Toothache, Bad Breath & Spongy bleeding Gums.
Whitens your teeth and remove plaque.
Fights against: toothache, bad breath and spongy bleeding gums Fight against: dental problems like pyorrhea, bleeding & swollen gums, sensitivity, bad breath and yellowing of teeth.
Gives effective protection and long life to teeth and gums by making them healthy.
Fights against: cavities, fight germs and maintains oral hygiene. It is also useful in gingivitis, toothache  and spongy bleeding gums.
Usage Twice a day in early morning and in evening after dinner or as directed by the dentist or a physician Twice a day in early morning and in evening after dinner or as directed by the dentist or a physician Twice a day in early morning and in evening after dinner or as directed by the dentist or a physician Twice a day in early morning and in evening after dinner or as directed by the dentist or a physician

Ref : www.patanjaliayurved.net

02Feb/17

Income Tax Slabs for 2017-18, India

Income Tax Slabs for 2017-18

Indian union budget for the financial year 2017-18 has been presented on 01 February 2017.

The latest Income tax slabs for financial year 2017-2018 for general, women& senior citizens are provided below:

Income tax slabs 2017-2018 for General and Women tax payers

Income tax slab (in Rs.) Tax
0 to 2,50,000 No tax
2,50,001 to 5,00,000 5%
5,00,001 to 10,00,000 20%
Above 10,00,000 30%

Income tax slabs 2017-2018 for Senior citizens (more than 60 years but less than 80 years)

Income tax slab (in Rs.) Tax
0 to 3,00,000 No tax
3,00,001 to 5,00,000 5%
5,00,001 to 10,00,000 20%
Above 10,00,000 30%

Income tax slabs 2017-2018 for very senior citizens (80 years and above)

Income tax slab (in Rs.) Tax
0 to 5,00,000 No tax
5,00,001 to 10,00,000 20%
Above 10,00,000 30%