On March 4 2019, we celebrate Mahashivaratri, the worship of Lord Shiva. Lord Shiva is also known as Pashupati. Pashu means animal and pasha means a noose or something with which you bind another. Pati means the Lord. Why is the Lord called Pashupati? A pashu or an animal bound by a pasha or a rope, is confined to a limited space and dependent on the food and drink that are provided by someone and has limited knowledge. An animal that is not bound by the pasha enjoys its freedom, is free to roam about and eat the green grass and drink water from natural sources, breathes pure air and is much happier.

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Almost three weeks ago, the ashram property got even sweeter — we now have two beautiful beehives. With the blessing of the gurus and the goddess Bhrarami, both beehives have really good numbers, strong queens and are doing really well. In this short time, they have two-thirds filled the two honey supers (the boxes on the top of the brood boxes). The boxes will be inspected again in another week as they are starting to wax cap the honey.

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