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Her I come as a .com, The journey from free to https://praguntatwa.com was an awesome one. Made lots of blogging friends, even if they are virtual I learned a lot from them. The journey into blogosphere was and is wonderful.

Walled Woman

Wishing all a very Happy Womens Day!!! This picture says a lot, one view I had was that she is getting freed from a enclosed building and another view was she is enjoying her me time in the enclosed walls that helped her search Read more…


Who’s a WoW MoM! A female, A woman, A girl, Creating and juggling between ………endless roles. We, women, play a lot of different roles in life and adorn different hats too. In the journey of Life, we forget our identity with a span of Read more…


“Through the dark night chasing the morning light That headlight streaming white through the night” ― Richard L. Ratliff There is something alluring and captivating about this man in black. I looked at him searchingly, he paused to look at it again. Let me Read more…


I welcome all to Explore 70th Birthday of Incredible India via our Blog journey. It’s an initiative of a team of 11 bloggers, who love to travel, share, learn and express. Lovely bloggers from incredible India will take you to beautiful, historical, incredible, cities of India with them. We believe in sharing is caring, So… Continue reading #XploreBharat

The good old envelop of memories

Happy 2019. Back from a winter vacation long break, and getting back to routine is not easy. House needs special attention, cleaning, organizing, dusting. Wardrobes are calling me for arranging them, kitchen is calling me for washing, cleaning, re-arranging etc, lawn is calling me Read more…

Jalapeno poppers

Ingredients 10 Jalapeño peppers (about 2–3 inches long) 1 cup Cream cheese 1 Cup of Shredded Cheddar Cheese 1 tsp Worcestershire sauce Optional: 12 slices of Bacon Optional: Spices, such as Cumin, Onion Powder, Garlic Powder, Paprika, Salt, Pepper…Full of spices isn’t it! METHOD Cut in slits Read more…

Only I can change my life by balancing the PanchTatwas.

Image result for panchtatvaPanch-Tatwa is my all time favourite topic and it is what is seen everywhere around us in our daily lives, be it our human body, our sensory organs. We are all consistent of panchtatwa’s. So keep them balanced is the need of the hour. We can change our negative thoughts, our stress levels our aura with balance in panch tatwa’s.
In Indian culture, ‘Panchtatva’ represents ‘the five great elements’ from which life arises and it is believed that we are all made of the Panch Tatwas or five basic elements namely- the Prithvi (Earth), Jal (Water), Agni (Light), Vaayu (Wind) and Aakaash (Sky) and then recycle back into the same elements.
Each element has its share of positives and negatives. These five elements need to be in togetherness, in cooperation for the well functioning of nature as well as our human body. And this way we can change the we live.
Panch-Tatwa yoga,  Panch-Tatwa ayurveda,  Panch-Tatwa worshiping,  Panch-Tatwa sadhna are few ways I had read and experienced. Will share some of my reading and observations on Panch-Tatwas and our human body. few inputs from Sadhguru’s inner exploration and other material.
WE are all beautiful if we are connected to nature, and that’s the most natural way to stay connected to our Panchtatwas. In a sound body, the five cardinal elements are maintained in a particular proportion.
You are what you are, you are one of the unique creations of the universe. It’s the natural beauty you are gifted with and nature’s is beautiful. Why even compare or think about comparison, have you seen similar lips or nose of anyone, No! so it’s unique, have you seen a heart similar to yours NO, that’s because yes you are beautiful. Nature is beautiful in it’s unique way and so are you.
I love nature and love to stay natural and connection to Panch-Tatwa help me stay near nature. I always believe in natural products, natural remedies, organic food products. I know many may not believe, but I am a no make up person. Being natural is what I teach my kids too.

Pancha Tattva Mudra is a Practice to Balance the Elements

panchtatwa balancing

Our Body as Earth element:
“I” which we call our body, which we refer for our existence right form our birth till the end, We cannot identify ourselves without this body. Our surroundings, this world, nature around us is full of such bodies, images or objects etc. Through our body and its sense organs we connect to the outside World. The five sense organs namely Ears, Skin, Eyes, Tongue and Nose help us to understand the five physical attributes of this Universe, which are Sound, Touch, Sight, Taste and Smell. This is why the ancient people referred the Body as the Earth element, because our life is on Earth. Create ways for yourself to somehow remain in touch with Earth element. If your bare hands and bare feet come in touch with the earth on a daily basis, it will harmonize the physiological process in your system. So try to walk barefoot in garden, or sit down on floor to consume food or read etc as Earth is the basis of our lives. What kind of air you breathe is important, but how you breathe and how consciously you do so is equally important so try and breathe with nature, take a walk in the park, along the lake or the river, whatever is available to you.


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