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1. A MoU was, on December 10. 2009, signed between - and the Organising Committee of Commonwealth Games, making the former official partner of 2010 Games.


2. The (Incredible India) Bed and Breakfast Establishments Registration and Regulation (Amendment) Bill, 2009, was introduced in the - Assembly on December 14, 2009.


3. The number of Zonal Councils in India is


4. -. on December 18, 2009, announced to institute awards for promotion of `energy conservation buildings' and setting up of green energy and energy conservation fund.


5. Bombay Stock Exchange sensitive index, Sensex, the barometer of domestic stock market, entered its Silver Jubilee year on



6. India and -, on December 29, 2009, finalised an action plan to strengthen security cooperation.


7. Orissa's veteran vocalist and composer Pandit Raghunath Panigrahi was, on December 9, 2009, announced to receive the - Samman for the year 2009.


8. World No-Tobacco Day is observed on -


9. The British Parliament can do everything except make a woman a man and a woman a man?To whom is this statement ascribed?


10. The - State Cabinet, on December 16, 2009, approved a scheme for the treatment and rehabilitation of people afflicted by the use of Endosulfan in cashew plantations.


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    Kundalini awakening through naag puja

    Kundalini is depicted as a snake placed at the root of the spinal cord and it is said that Kundalini energy exists there. Snake is one of the organisms symbolizing spiritual guidance. Snake could appear as a organism with animating force when we need support to move forward towards unexplored region.Snake has grounded movement therefore when we move upward mentally and physically it reminds us of staying close to where we are at present.The kundalini power rest at the lower end of the spine rolled up like a snake and enters the system through the root center i.e mooladhar. Vamtantra sadhaks perform nag puja for kundalini jagaran so that Muladhara Chakra will be opened and the Kundalini Shakti will start moving upwards travelling one by one across the seven chakras, via root center(mooladhar) to the crown nter(shastrabhram).While kundalini awakening our bodily process of inhalation and exhalation is compared with the respiratory system of snake.

    In this respiratory process we control our breath to envoke the power of kundalini.

    One can grow spiritually when an awakened kundalini releases the power which flows from mooladhara to shastrabhram controlling our feelings and emotions. With successful awakening of this divine snake energy by vamtantra sadhaks one can become enlightened and controls many divine powers.The spiritual practice of kundalini awakening through vamtantra devine methods balances the glandular system, strengthens the nervous system and enables us to harness the energy of the mind, body and soul.The proper recitation of nag devta mantra given by vamtantra is a guidance in way towards serpentine kundalini awakening. Vamtantra energises the nag devta mantra and gives to the individuals for chanting so that their kundalini can be awakened. Spiritual way of kundalini awakening is for every one who wants to become successful and face the challenges of living in this day and age.


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