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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 VENKATESHWARA DHYAN ( श्री व्यंकटेश ध्यान )

SHRI VENKATESHWARA DHYAN : ANOTHER NAME OF VISHNU

This is the Dhyanam of Shri Venkateshwara. Shri Venkateshwara is another name and form by which Vishnu, the Protector is worshiped. When you meditate on Lord Vishnu / Shri Venkateshwara you can use the above imagery and chant this mantra ( Shri Venkateshwara Dhyan ) with feeling. ll श्री व्यंकटेश ध्यानम्   ll   || Shri Venkateshwara Dhyan || श्रीवत्सं माणिककौस्तुभं च ...

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ACHYUTASHTAKAM ( अच्युतस्याष्टकम् )

ACHYUTASHTAKAM : BEAUTIFUL PRAYERS TO BE ADDRESSED TO LORD VISHNU, COMPOSED BY SRI ADI SHANKARACHARYA

Achyutashtakam is one of the prayers to be addressed to Lord Vishnu / Krishna /Sri Ram  composed by Sri Adi Shankaracharya .Lord Vishnu is the Supreme Administrator of the Universe. One of his names is Anantakotibrahmandnayaka – The Administrator of innumerable number of universe. Lord Vishnu is Omnipresent-Sarvavyapi, Omniscient-Sarvashaktiman and Omnipotent-Sarvasamarth . As described in phalshruti-benefits of chanting Achyutashtakam, Devotees ...

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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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ATH SHREE SHANIKAVACHAM ( अथ श्री शनिकवचं )

ATH SHREE SHANIKAVACHAM : IT IS FROM BRAHMANANDA PURANA

Ath Shree Shanikavacham is in Sanskrit. It is from Brahmananda Purana. In Vedic Astrology the planet Saturn is called Shanaishwara. The name Shanaishwara means “slow mover”. Shani, the son of the Suryadev born to his shadow wife Chhaya is the slowest of the Grahas. This Diety in Hinduism who keeps an eye on our deeds and depending on our Karmas ...

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NAVAGRAHA STOTRA ( नवग्रह स्तोत्र )

NAVGRAH STOTRA : SPECIFIC MANTRAS FOR THE NINE PLANETS

The Navagraha Stotra which was composed by the great sage Vyas consists of the specific mantras for the nine planets, these mantras are also recited individually.This is a Stotra in which blessings of all the nine planets are taken together. || नवग्रह स्तोत्र || || Navagraha Stotra ||   आदित्य च सोमाय मंगलाय बुधायाचा l गुरु शुक्र शनिभ्याच रहुवे केतुवे ...

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ASHTALAXMI STOTRA ( अष्ट्लक्ष्मी स्तोत्र )

ASHTALAXMI : THE EIGHT MANIFESTATIONS OF MAHALAXMI

Ashtalaxmi means the eight manifestations of Mahalaxmi the Hindu Goddess of wealth, abundance and prosperity. These eight manifestations are prayed by Hindus to gain all round wealth and abundance in life. || अष्ट्लक्ष्मी स्तोत्र || || AshtaLaxmi Stotra || आदिलक्ष्मी  सुमनसवन्दित सुन्दरि माधवि चन्द्र सहोदरि हेममये l मुनिगणमण्डित मोक्षप्रदायिनि मञ्जुळभाषिणि वेदनुते ll पङ्कजवासिनि देवसुपूजित सद्गुणवर्षिणि शान्तियुते l जयजय हे मधुसूदन ...

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