49 Replies to “Why Not To Go Temple in Periods? | All Myths | Menstrual Cycle in Hindi”

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  2. This is heart touching vedio.. Trust me when at last 3 stages of celebration.. Mere assu aa gye the.. β™₯

  3. According to me, one of the biggest reasons why women were not allowed in temples was because blood is not satvick in nature. It has nothing to do with menstrual cycle itself but everything to do with blood.
    As you know, we can't use tamsik things in worship of satvik Gods and Goddesses. We can't offer alcohol, blood, etc to God Hanuman, Vishnu and other satvic dieties in Hinduism, but we can offer tamsik things to deities who are tamsik in nature, like Goddess Kali.
    That's the exact reason why they are not allowed in temples during their monthly cycles, because satvik deities are also worshiped in majority of temples.
    Take Goddess Kaamakhya for example, she's often depicted as a young girl who's menstruating. Why would a girl on her monthly cycle would be advised to not worship Goddess Kamakhya? Don't you think it has something to do with worshiping her in a satvik way?

    Now coming to black magic and spiritual possession – Yes, it is very possible that a girl can get a negative entity, ghost, etc attached to her during menstruation. Blood creates a direct link to the person and there are many entities that just love to harass innocent people. This could also be a major reason why girls are not allowed in cremation grounds.

  4. I want everyone to share this video bcz there do exist people who still believe in all this stuff… These myths r a part of every girl's life…. N seriously I just hate all this… I don't know why people living in 21st century still have such a mentality regarding periods….

  5. I am a south Indian and i think i know so 1 st period because it is step to giving birth to a baby while we are pregnant they celebrate. The first step of pregnancy is a first period so they grandly celebrate it ok

  6. Actually, headwash is not allowed during periods because of swelling of utreus wall and it's really very hard during pregnancy and also many women die at delivery due to this swelling… BTW I really like this video☺️☺️☺️

  7. Soch rahi hu mummy ko dikha du

    Periods m ek to dard saho
    Upar se feeling aise ati h Jo bhi kuch ho raha hota h usse ki mere periods arahe h to mene bahut bada pap kar diya

  8. All of you enjoy your life in your own way . Just dont beleive on myths of ancient time. I think thats why india is not a developed country.People only believes on veda and these all and make a boundation on girls. Every thing can be judged only by the friction of science and if it is not mentioned in it and u r still following it blindly then aapse jyada bewakoof aur koi nhi ho sakta hai.
    I hardly try to break this thought in front of my mother and grandmother and didnt follow their actions against periods.
    Thanks Bro i was searching only this type of video with a modern thought and i got this..
    ALL THE BEST BRO……

  9. Please take an interview of women who touched god and did Pooja for 5 years and still she is happy and successful

  10. But merai ghar pe aasae treat nai kartae and I'm really luck ye sab restrictions koi bhi nai manta merai ghr pae I'm free whatever I want to do in my periods.

  11. There are lot of things in ancient period which have a scientific reasons but as the time passes people started giving rubbish reasons for those things.

  12. Proud of u bro and keep it up….I watch ur videos regularly and u really make awesome videos to spread awareness 😊😊😊

  13. There is a scientific reason behind this. Firstly you should know about Apana which is the downward energy flow. And kundalini which is the upward energy flow. Now when we go to temples it has been designed in a way to raise the energy up. When a menstruating woman enters the temple the energy flow is reversed. Also if u constantly go to. Temple on periods you get a medical state called retrograde menstruation where the menstrual blood starts flowing upwards and is stored in the abdomen. So you should not go to temples in periods.

  14. Bohut badiya dost…🀝🀝
    U thinking matches me…u r going to rock..if you can erase these kinds of superstitions from atleast 10 people also..u r successful

  15. You're right in every way and Indian people should learn this. But you're wrong that they/we are weak during menstruation. Please don't follow that myth too. Yes the body goes on a lot of changes but that doesn't mean that makes them weak.

  16. Bhai sab bakbas h women k bare me…yr Bo bhi to Insan h…sab villages k chlan h …jo ab totally band hona chaiyea….ku ldkiya bhi to Insan h…ye periods sab natural h….ese se life aga badte h…PTA nhi India me log kyse h jo andha vishvas krte h ildkiyo Ko mandir nhi jne deta ..ghr se bhar rkhte h…ese log totally fools hote h…girls are also human being …they also hv right to live free…I respect each nd every women's nd girls

  17. Yup…thanks 4 d knowledge.. n I will definitely spread dis knowledge n hope 4 d better..!! Btw it's nice to see dat men are talking about this too..!!great work..!!!!

  18. You are doing a great job.u are spreading awareness regarding one of the taboo topics of India.Good job.Keep it up.Guys like u has the potential to change the society.Seriously loving what you are doing.Proud on you.

  19. Can u plz cover these question in ur video that in Hinduism we are not allowed to eat non veg in days like Monday,Tuesday, Thursday??
    I m a huge gymholic person bt suffering these problem because of these culture can u plz help me regarding these
    #Thankyou.

  20. Real truth of life…. still some jaahils r available in this country who thinks that by menstrual cycle girls can't go temple but they never understand the pain behind that 😠

  21. Awesome Bhai!!!!
    Hardly do I coment on any video but I Did On This Coz i also believe in this Thought!!!
    I Wish Ye Baat Sab Samjhe!!!

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