Sunday, April 30, 2017

Adi Guru Sankaracharya Jayanti............




 Adi Guru Sankaracharya Jayanti............

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One of the greatest philosophers of India, Adi Shankaracharya founded the Advaita Vedanta, which is one of the sub-schools of Vedanta. Adi Shankaracharya whole-heartedly believed in the concept of the Vedas but at the same time advocated against the rituals and religious practices that were over exaggerated. On a closer introspection of the life history of Sri Sankaracharya, we find that he also started the monastic order known as Dashanami and the Shanmata convention of worship. Given here is Adi Shankaracharya biography, which will give you valuable insight into the life of this great poet and philosopher.

Born in a simple Brahmin family approximately in the 8th century A.D in Kaladi, Kerala, he was named as Shankara and is considered to be the incarnation of Lord Shiva. It is said that Shankaracharya's mother Aryamba had a vision that Lord himself told her that he would incarnate in the form of her first-born child. Right from childhood he showed a penchant towards spiritual knowledge. He could easily recite the Puranas and the Epics and mastered the Vedas during his early years in Gurukul. Adi Shankara's teachings were thoroughly adopted by his disciples later on.

Right from childhood, Shankaracharya was interested in Sanyasa and wanted to lead a meaningful life detached from the worldly pleasures. Once, while taking a bath in Purna River, Shankaracharya was attacked by a crocodile. Though his mother wanted to rescue him, she could not and was helpless. Seeing the haplessness of his mother, he asked her permission for letting him renounce the world. She was left with no choice but to agree. As soon as he recited the mantra, the crocodile left him. Shankaracharya began his life as an ascetic from then on. He proceeded towards further down south of India in search of a Guru.

One fine day on the banks of River Narmada he met a man named Govinda Bhagavatpada. Since Shankaracharya was much learned about the Vedas and the Puranas, Govinda Bhagavatpada agreed to be his Guru for attaining spiritual knowledge. Under his tutelage, Shankaracharya gained expertise in different forms of Yoga that included Hatha, Raja and Jnana yoga. He then received the knowledge of Brahma. Thereafter he was known as Adi Shankaracharya whose sole purpose of life was to spread the teachings of Brahma Sutras all over the world.

Adi Sankaracharya believed in the philosophy of "non-dualism". He believed in the fact that every individual has a divine existence, which can be identified with the Supreme cosmic power. Though bodies are diverse, the soul is one. The moment someone believes that the concept of life is finite; they are discarding an entirely higher and different dimension of life and knowledge. Self-realization is the key to attain Moksha and connect with God. Though he died young, he left an invaluable treasure of spiritual knowledge for future generations.
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Advaita means non-dualism and Vedanta means the conclusion of the Vedas. Adi Shankaracharya postulated four central doctrines:

1. Brahman, the Absolute is reality. In the Absolute Brahman the distinction between the knower, knowledge and the objects to be known, the subject, object and means, by which they are cognized, is dissolved.

2. The world though not unreal so long as we are in it and of it, becomes irrelevant and illusory when higher perception of Brahman (the Absolute) is attained.

3. The Absolute (Brahman) can be realized by following a four-fold path:

Viveka- right discrimination between the permanent and the impermanent, the real and the unreal;
Vairagya-detachment from the sensory attractions; 
Sama, Dama and Shraddha-calmness, self-control and faith; and 
Mumukshutva-the constant yearning to attain the liberation from the finiteness of individuality(Moksha).

4. Bhakti or Devotion is only a step to secure the grace of God, which would obliterate the distinction between the aspirant and God.

The above doctrines can be summed up in three short statements of Adi Shankaracharya:

"Brahma Satyam
Jagan Mithya
Jivo Brahmaiva Na Parah"


This translates roughly as follows:
"God alone is real,
the world is unreal,
the individual is none other than God"

 
This means that there is only one supreme reality, Brahman, the Supreme Being. Brahman is infinite and omnipresent, therefore nothing can be added to it and furthermore, there cannot be a place where he is not. There is no place for the world or man or any creature outside Brahman. It transcends all pairs of opposites and descriptions.
 
The reality of the world is then relative as opposed to the absolute nature of Brahman. In that sense, and in comparison with Brahman, the world is unreal. By unreal, it is meant illusory, very much like a dream, which has its own subjective reality, but which is illusory compared with the waking state.



Saturday, April 29, 2017

MySAR for 2nd May




Premarket levels for NF & BNF will be put before Opening Bell

 For Positional traders : For those who trade like Investors




Weekly SAR Levels
Security
Hige
Low
Close
MySAR
5-EMA
High-EMA
Low-EMA
Nifty
(Future)
9366.00
9129.80
9333.70
9053.79
9202.94
9269.00
9102.18
BankNifty
(Future)
22391.90
21567.60
22366.40
21128.09
21745.28
21930.82
21317.02

Weekly Pivot Levels
Security
W-S3
W-S2
W-S1
W-Pivot
W-R1
W-R2
W-R3
Nifty (Future)
8804.10
9040.30
9187.00
9276.50
9423.20
9512.70
9748.90
BankNifty (Future)
20460.03
21284.33
21825.37
22108.63
22649.67
22932.93
23757.23

Daily MySAR Levels For Future Segment :


Daily MySAR Levels For Cash Segment :


For other Nifty 50 (future) scrips click link :


Do not enter into a trade without referring past data. It will save your trade from catching the running train.
If  the price of the scrip ran up or down too much during last few days, please please do not take fresh entry either of short or long otherwise it will be considered as catching of  running train and in such cases price in near future may move against expectations resulting into losses. Better wait for breach of MySAR_A level for fresh trade......
Patience pays...........
Presently holding Position :




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Trades triggered on 28th April    



Three Thumb Rules for intraday trading :
(1) Always trade only at the levels given.
(2) Keep booking profits without missing a winning opportunity.
(3) And once in profit, trail stop loss to the entry level to protect the capital funds.
Wish you all happy and profitable trading ahead……
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Thursday, April 27, 2017

MySAR for 28th April




Cheers ...........Cheers............Cheers

Charms of SAR Technique
Nifty Future .......Positional long from 9210
booked today at 9345....gains of 135 points

Bank Nifty Future .......Positional longs from 21610
booked today at 22345.........gains of 735 points

Premarket levels for NF & BNF will be put before Opening Bell
Levels to watch
Nifty Future - intraday resistance are : 9375, 9390, 9405, 9420, 9435, 9450
Nifty Futue - intraday support are : 9335, 9320, 9305, 9290, 9275, 9260

Bank Nifty future - intraday
Bank Nifty future - intraday resistances are : 22345, 22385, 22425, 22470, 22515, 22560
Bank Nifty future - intraday supports are :  22245, 22205, 22160, 22115, 22075, 22030
 For Positional traders : For those who trade like Investors







Weekly SAR Levels
Security
Hige
Low
Close
MySAR
5-EMA
High-EMA
Low-EMA
Nifty
(Future)
9366.00
9129.80
9345.75
9053.79
9206.96
9269.00
9102.18
BankNifty
(Future)
22374.90
21567.60
22329.50
21128.09
21732.98
21925.16
21317.02

Weekly Pivot Levels
Security
W-S3
W-S2
W-S1
W-Pivot
W-R1
W-R2
W-R3
Nifty (Future)
8808.12
9044.32
9195.03
9280.52
9431.23
9516.72
9752.92
BankNifty (Future)
20476.07
21283.37
21806.43
22090.67
22613.73
22897.97
23705.27

Daily MySAR Levels For Future Segment :


Daily MySAR Levels For Cash Segment :


For other Nifty 50 (future) scrips click link :


Do not enter into a trade without referring past data. It will save your trade from catching the running train.
If  the price of the scrip ran up or down too much during last few days, please please do not take fresh entry either of short or long otherwise it will be considered as catching of  running train and in such cases price in near future may move against expectations resulting into losses. Better wait for breach of MySAR_A level for fresh trade......
Patience pays...........
Presently holding Position :






-----------------------------------------------------------
Trades triggered on 27th April    



Three Thumb Rules for intraday trading :
(1) Always trade only at the levels given.
(2) Keep booking profits without missing a winning opportunity.
(3) And once in profit, trail stop loss to the entry level to protect the capital funds.
Wish you all happy and profitable trading ahead……
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