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GANGA STOTRAM ( गङ्गा स्तोत्रम् )

GANGA STOTRAM : HYMN TO GANGA WAS COMPOSED BY ADI SHANKARACHARYA

Ganga stotram or the Hymn to Ganga was composed by Adi Shankaracharya. The Ganga is the most sacred river to Hindus. It is also a lifeline to millions of Indians who live along its course and depend on it for their daily needs. It is worshipped as the goddess Ganga in Hindusm.  According to Hindu Mythology .chanting of Ganga Stotram ...

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SHRI ANNAPOORNA STOTRAM ( श्री अन्नपूर्णा स्तोत्रम् )

SHRI ANNAPOORNA STOTRAM : COMPOSED BY ADI SHANKARACHARYA TO PRAISE AND INVOKE THE GRACE OF MOTHER

Shri Annapoorna Stotram is composed by Adi Shankaracharya to praise and invoke the grace of Mother Goddess Annapurneswari. Anna means food and grains, while the meaning of purna is full, complete, and perfect. Annapoorna is the Goddess of Nourishment, She who is full, complete, and perfect with food and grains. When Mother Annapoorna is worshiped, She blesses her children with ...

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PURUSH SUKTAM ( पुरुष सुक्तम् )

PURUSH SUKTAM : HYMN OF THE RIG VEDA, DEDICATED TO THE COSMIC BEING

Purush suktam is hymn 10.90 of the  Rigveda dedicated to the Purusha the “Cosmic Being”. The Purush Suktam of the Vedas is not only a powerful hymn of the insight of the great Seer, Rishi Narayana, on the Cosmic Divine Being as envisaged through the multitudinous variety of creation, but also a shortcut provided to the seeker of Reality for ...

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KSHETRAPATI SUKTAM ( क्षेत्रपति सुक्तम् )

KSHETRAPATI SUKTAM : HYMN OF THE RIGVEDA, DEDICATED TO LORD OF THE FIELD

Kshetrapati suktam is hymn 4.57 of the  Rigveda dedicated to the Kshetrapati { Lord of the Field } || क्षेत्रपति   सुक्तम् || || Kshetrapati Suktam || क्षेत्रस्य पतिना वयं हितेनेव जयामसि । गामश्वं पोषयित्न्वा स नो मृळातीदृशे ॥१॥ Kssetrasya patinaa vayam hiteneva jayaamasi | gaam-ashvam possayitnvaa sa no mrillaatii-drishe ||1|| क्षेत्रस्य पते मधुमन्तमूर्मिं धेनुरिव पयो अस्मासु धुक्ष्व । मधुश्चुतं घृतमिव सुपूतमृतस्य ...

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APAH SUKTAM ( आपः सुक्तम् )

APAH SUKTAM : SUKTA FROM RIG VEDA, DEDICATED TO WATER

The Apah Suktam is a sukta from Rig Veda (10.9). O Water, because of your presence, the Atmosphere is so refreshing, and imparts us with vigor and strength; We revere you who gladdens us by your Pure essence || आपः   सुक्तम् || || Apah Suktam || आपो हि ष्ठा मयोभुवस्था न ऊर्जे दधातन । महे रणाथ चक्षसे ॥१॥ Aapo hishthaa mayo-bhuv-sthaa ...

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SHREE SUKTAM ( श्री सूक्तम )

SHREE SUKTAM : VEDIC HYMN ADDRESSED TO GODDESS LAKSHMI

Shree Suktam is a prayer in which the glory, radiance, beauty, all forms of Lakshmi, her divinity, her motherhood, her blessings have been personified. The recitation of Shree Suktam satisfies the divine mother to the utmost level and she showers her blessings upon her children. The hymns are found in the Rig Vedic khilanis, which are appendixes to the Rigveda ...

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OM GANANAN TVA GANAPATIM – FROM RIG VEDA

GANESHA MANTRA : OM GANANAN TVA GANAPATIM - FROM RIG VEDA

Om Gananan Tva Ganapatim (from Rig Veda, Hymn 23.01) is a very powerful chant dedicated to Lord Ganesha, the remover of all obstacles. The friend and guide of your attendants, Call on you to grant the wisdom of the wise ones, highest of pinnacles of hearing. The first ruler that evolved, the one that leads/guides our further evolution, having heard, the ...

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MEENAKSHI PANCHARATNAM ( मीनाक्षी पञ्चरत्नम् )

MEENAKSHI PANCHARATNAM

Meenakshi Pancharatnam is the devotional Stotra composed by Sri Adi Shankaracharya addressed to Goddess Meenakshi Amman – an incarnation of Goddess Parvathi. Goddess Meenakshi is the sister of Hindu God Vishnu and the divine consort of Lord Mahadeva. The main temple of Goddess Meenakshi Devi is the Meenakshi Sundareswarar Temple in Tamilnadu. According to Hindu Mythology chanting of Meenakshi Pancharatnam regularly ...

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SHREE BADRINATH STAVAN ( श्री बद्रीनाथ स्तवन )

SHREE BADRINATH STAVAN

The Badrinath temple is situated in the Gharhwal range of the Himalayas at an altitude of 3,415 meters; the river Alaknanda commences its decent from here. Badrinath is one of the Char Dham’s, and a part of the Hindu religions most respected and valued pilgrimage the, Char Dham Yatra. || श्री बद्रीनाथ स्तवन || ||Shree Badrinath Stavan|| मंद सुगंधित,शितल वायु,निर्मल ...

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