Contribute towards a divine mission Donate Now. Facebook Youtube 0 Items. Stutis, Stotras and Aartis. Harinaam mala Stotra. Tulsi Ashtnaam Stotram. Shri Tulsi Stotra and Stuti. Shri Badrinath Ashtakam —. Shri Jagannath Ashtakam.
Shri Giriraj Chalisa -Hindi. Shri Girirajdhary Ashtakam — Hindi. Yugalashtakam -Hindi. Anandlahari —. Bhagwan Purushottam Ki Stuti.
Shri Chandrashekhar Ashtakam Shri Chandrashekhar Ashtakam.
Maha Mrityunjay Stotram. Shri Rukmani Sandesh. Shri Radha Chalisa. Shiv Aparadhkshamapan Stotram. Shri Krushna Manas Pooja Stotram.
Rameshwaram Stotram. Shri Guru Stotram. Bhaye Pragat Krupala. Shree Krushna Chalisa — Hindi. Chandrashekhar Ashtakam.
Gopal Stuti. Shri Ram Raksha Stotram. Shri Badrinath Stuti. Shri Damodar Ashtakam. Gajendra Moksh. Shrimad Bhagwat Gita — Aarti.A Stotra is sacred text or prayer of Hindu deities from various sources such as the Vedas and scriptures.
These are combination of sacred words. Word element is the beginning element and this is the "Braham" and its other form is the universe and whole matter. The bible says also " In the beginning was the word, and the word was with God and the word was the God.
Pronunciation power works in four-way, three ways are hidden and one is open, called "Bakhri" speak. Other three called "Para", "Pasyanti" and "Madyma". Mantra or incantation pronunciation done by "Bakhri" and other three hidden power work with the wave base.
Word element is finally the power of matter, and its other form is this world and things. Stotras, hymns and devotional music, burn sins of life and keep away all obstacles, unwanted circumstances and sorrows of the life. Many of prayers and chants available in MP3 format also.
The recitation of these prayers in proper pronunciation will help to minimize negative energies. Indian Astrology Portal. What is a Stotra? What is the sacred words? How the sacred prayers work? What types of Stotras and its meanings are? Aashtkam - Prayer of 8 stanzas called octet. Kavacham - Stotra for saving devotee like armor. Dwadash Namavali - 12 names of deity. Satnaam Stotra - names of deity.
Ashtottara Satnam - names of deity. Dash Akshar Stotra - 10 lines or Shaloka of prayer. Panch Akshar Stotram - 5 lines or Shaloka of prayer. Panchkam - Prayer of 5 Stanza. Hridaya Stotram - Prayer from corner of heart.This website is not being used for any commercial, purposes or gains.
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Collection of Ghana chants - Krishna Yajur Veda. Hiranaya Garbha Sooktam - Malayalam. Ikamatya Sooktam. Jayaadi Homa Mantra. Mantra Pushpam. Mruta Sanjeevini Sooktam - Malayalam. Mrutyu Sooktam - Malayalam. Naraayana Upanishad. Oshadhi Sooktam. Pavamaana Sooktam - Malayalam. Prokshna Mantra. RichaaM Praachee. Rudra Begining Mantras-Malayalam. Rudra Begining Mantras-Sanskrit. Rudra Begining Mantras-Tamil.
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Rudra Sooktam - Malayalam. Shanti Japam- Malayalam. Shanti Panchakam - Malayalam. Shree Rudram.Introduction, transliteration, and translation by. Devendraray V. Bhatt and S. Introduction :. The legend about the circumstances leading to the composition of this Stotra is as follows. A king named Chitraratha had constructed a nice garden.
There were beautiful flowers in this garden. These flowers were used every day by the king in worshipping Lord Shiva. One day a Gandharva Singer in the court of Indra, the Lord of the Heaven named Pushhpadanta being fascinated by the beautiful flowers, began to steal them, as a consequence of which king Chitraratha could not offer flowers to Lord Shiva.
He tried very hard to capture the thief, but in vain, because the Gandharvas have divine power to remain invisible. The Shiva Nirmaalya is considered holy. The thief Pushhpadanta, not knowing this, walked on the Shiva Nirmaalya, and by that he incurred the wrath of Lord Shiva and lost the divine power of invisibility.Complete Rudri Path with Lyrics - Vedic Chanting by 21 Brahmins
He then designed a prayer to Lord Shiva for forgiveness. In this prayer he sung the greatness of the Lord. Lord Shiva became pleased by this StotraM, and returned Pushhpadanta's divine powers. The legend has some basis since the name of the author is mentioned in verse number 38 of the stotraM.
The recital of this stotra is very beneficial, and Shri Ramakrishna, one of the famous saints of the nineteenth century, went into samadhi just by reciting a few verses from this hymn. Let its recitation be beneficial to you as well! O, Lord Shiva, remover of all types of miseries, what wonder is there, if the prayer to you, chanted by one who is ignorant about your greatness, is worthless!
Because, even the utterance speech of Brahmaa and other gods is not able to fathom your merits ie, greatness.
इस स्तुति से जल्द प्रसन्न होते हैं भोलेनाथ...
Hence, if persons with very limited intellect and I am one of them try to offer you a prayer, their attempt deserve your special favour. If it is so, I should not be a exception.
Hence, thinking like this I begin this prayer.He was a scholar in Navavyakarana the 9 types of Sanskrit grammar and a great devotee of Lord Shiva.
Shiva Tandav Stotram is one of his many works.
Creation ends at the point of Maha-Pralaya when manifestation is withdrawn back into the Great Void. From his dance, the destructive energies are released and activated that dismantles all of the creation. Jatatavigalajjala pravahapavitasthale Galeavalambya lambitam bhujangatungamalikam Damad damad damaddama ninadavadamarvayam Chakara chandtandavam tanotu nah shivah shivam.
From the forest of his matted lock, water flows and wets his neck, On which hangs the greatest of snake-like a garland, And his drum incessantly plays damat, damat, damat, damat, And Shiva is engaged in the very vigorous manly dance, To bless and shower, prosperity on all of us.
Jatakatahasambhrama bhramanilimpanirjhari Vilolavichivalara ivirajamanamurdhani Dhagadhagadhagajjva lalalatapattapavake Kishorachandrashekhare ratih pratikshanam mama.
The celestial river agitatedly moving through his matted hair, Which makes his head shine with those soft waves, And his forehead shining like a brilliant fire-daga daga, And the crescent of moon which is an ornament to his head, Makes my mind love him each and every second. Dharadharendrana ndinivilasabandhubandhura Sphuradigantasantati pramodamanamanase Krupakatakshadhorani nirudhadurdharapadi Kvachidigambare manovinodametuvastuni.
The consort of the ever sportive daughter of the mountain, Whose mind rejoices at her side long glances, With the stream of merciful look which removes hardships, Makes my mind take pleasure in him who wears the directions as apparel. Jatabhujangapingala sphuratphanamaniprabha Kadambakunkumadrava praliptadigvadhumukhe Madandhasindhurasphura tvagutariyamedure Mano vinodamadbhutam bibhartu bhutabhartari. Sahasralochanaprabhritya sheshalekhashekhara Prasunadhulidhorani vidhusaranghripithabhuh Bhujangarajamalaya nibaddhajatajutaka Shriyai chiraya jayatam chakorabandhushekharah.
May he whose foot stool is decorated By the ever flowing flower dust. Lalatachatvarajvala dhanajnjayasphulingabha Nipitapajnchasayakam namannilimpanayakam Sudhamayukhalekhaya virajamanashekharam Mahakapalisampade shirojatalamastunah. May he with the raging fire In his forehead, who burnt the God of love, May He who is forever being saluted by king of devas, And may he who has collected The cool ambrosia like crescent moon on his head, And may he who wears the collection of skulls, Bless us to create wealth for us.
Karalabhalapattika dhagaddhagaddhagajjvala Ddhanajnjaya hutikruta prachandapajnchasayake Dharadharendranandini kuchagrachitrapatraka Prakalpanaikashilpini trilochane ratirmama. Navinameghamandali niruddhadurdharasphurat Kuhunishithinitamah prabandhabaddhakandharah Nilimpanirjharidharastanotu kruttisindhurah Kalanidhanabandhurah shriyam jagaddhurandharah. May He whose black neck is as dark As several layers of new clouds, Packed closely on the night of the new moon.
May He who wears the celestial river on his head, May He who killed the Gajasura with an elephant head, May He who is very handsome because of the crescent that he wears, And may he who carries the entire burden of the world, Bless us with all sorts of wealth.
Praphullanilapan kajaprapajnchakalimaprabha Valambikanthakandali ruchiprabaddhakandharam Smarachchidam purachchhidam bhavachchidam makhachchidam Gajachchidandhakachidam tamamtakachchidam bhaje.
I salute him, who shines with a black neck Similar to the well opened blue lotus, On which all the temples depend for prayer, And him who destroyed God of love, the three cities, The worldly problems and yaga destroyers, And him who destroyed elephant faced Asura and also God of death.
Akharvagarvasarvamangala kalakadambamajnjari Rasapravahamadhuri vijrumbhanamadhuvratam Smarantakam purantakam bhavantakam makhantakam Gajantakandhakantakam tamantakantakam bhaje.
I salute him who is like the bee who drinks the sweetened honey, That flows from the flower bunch of collection of arts of the Goddess, And him who destroyed God of love, the three cities, The worldly problems and yaga destroyers, And him who destroyed elephant faced Asura and also God of death.
Jayatvadabhravibhrama bhramadbhujangamashvasa Dvinirgamatkramasphurat karalabhalahavyavat Dhimid dhimid dhimidhvanan mrudangatungamangala Dhvanikramapravartita prachandatandavah shivah. Victory to the great Shiva, who has the fire burning in his forehead, Which is increased by the breath of the snake wandering in the sky, And to Him who dances to the changing tunes and fierce sound, Of Dhimi, dhimi, dhimi coming out the auspicious drum.
Drushadvichitratalpayor bhujangamauktikasrajor Garishtharatnaloshthayoh suhrudvipakshapakshayoh Trushnaravindachakshushoh prajamahimahendrayoh Samapravrutikahsamam pravartayanmanahkada sadashivam bhaje.Your contribution will help to quickly establish this group of peacekeepers at the Brahmasthan of India, the geographic center of India. More than 40 years of scientific research has established that a sufficiently large group of specially trained peacekeepers can raise the level of coherence and harmony in global collective consciousness and turn the tide towards peace for the whole world.
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Tripura Rahasya This amazing book is a dialog between Dattatreya and Parasurama in English translation. If you like the Yoga Vasishta, you will love this book. Voice of Sankara 30 shlokas from Sankara presented in Sanskrit, with equivalent phonetics in English, and their translation as well.I bow to the Ruler of the Universe, whose very form is Liberation, the omnipotent and all pervading Brahma, manifest as the Vedas. I worship Shiva, shining in his own glory, without physical qualities, Undifferentiated, desireless, all pervading sky of consciousness and wearing the sky itself as His garment.
I worship Shankara, whose form is white as the Himalyan snow, Radiant with the beauty of countless Cupids, Whose head sparkles with the Ganga With crescent moon adorning his brow and snakes coiling his neck. The beloved Lord of All, with shimmering pendants hanging from his ears, Beautiful eyebrows and large eyes, Full of Mercy with a cheerful countenance and a blue speck on his throat.
Indivisible, unborn and radiant with the glory of a million suns; Who, holding a trident, tears out the root of the three-fold suffering, And who is reached only through Love. You who are without parts, ever blessed, The cause of universal destruction at the end of each round of creation, A source of perpetual delight to the pure of heart, Slayer of the demon, Tripura, consciousness and bliss personified, Dispeller of delusion… Have mercy on me, foe of Lust.
Oh Lord of Uma, so long as you are not worshipped There is no happiness, peace or freedom from suffering in this world or the next. You who dwell in the hearts of all living beings, and in whom all beings have their existence, Have mercy on me, Lord. Protect me my Lord, miserable and afflicted as I am with the sufferings of birth, old-age and death. This eightfold hymn of praise was sung by the Brahman to please Shankara.
Shambhu will be pleased with whomever heartfully recites it. He is white like camphor and the very incarnation of mercy and compassion, The only good thing in this world, wearing a king cobra as a garland. Support the Kirtan Wallah Foundation. Hanging in the Heartspace listen, watch, read, be. Door of Faith. Rudraashtakam Shiva Stuti 1-Namaa miisha mishaana-nirvaana rupam vibhum vyaapakam brahma-veda-svaroopam nijam nirgunam nirvikalpam niriham chidaakaasha maakaasha-vaasam bhaje ham I bow to the Ruler of the Universe, whose very form is Liberation, the omnipotent and all pervading Brahma, manifest as the Vedas.
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