Tathastu Devatas, Bestowers of Blessings and Wish Fulfillers.

Mythlore of India: "Tathastu" is a Sanskrit word meaning "so be it" or "may it be so". Tathastu Devatas are the gods who grant requests and blessings.

It is said that Tathastu Devatas, also known as Ashwini Kumaras, arrive sometime around 5 o'clock in the evening. During this time, we should speak only good and positive words because these gods will make our wishes come true.

In Hindu mythology, the Tathastu Devatas or Ashwins (Nakshatras) are divine horsemen. They are associated with Ayurvedic medicine and represent the sunrise and sunset.

Faithlore of SCD Balaji: Tathastu Devatas are metaphors for our conscious and subconscious minds, which are the manifestors of life. In India, we call 5 o'clock in the evening "shambavi time." During this time, cosmic energy flow is higher, strengthening our manifestation energy. Therefore, it's essential to keep our thoughts positive in both minds to improve our lives.
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