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Shri Sudarshana Ashtakam with meaning ( श्री सुदर्शनाष्टकं )

Jun 29 2017 0 Comments Tags: Ashtakam, sanskrit, stotram, Vishnu

Shri Sudarshana Ashtakam was composed by Shri Vedanta Desika. Shri sudarshana Ashtakam is a highly powerful prayer dedicated to Lord Sudarshana, the main weapon of Lord Vishnu. It is believed that those who chant Sudarshana Ashtakam with devotion will fulfill all his desires and will be able to remove any obstacles in life because of the glorious boon granting powers of the Lord Sudarshana. Those, who recite Shri Sudarshana Ashtakam Stotram consisting of 8 verses in praise of Sudarsana comprehend the deep references to the glory of Lord Sudarsana and will have the fulfillment of all their wishes.The Boon-granting powers of Lord Sudarsana...

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Sloka For Lighting Lamp ( Deep jyoti mantra )

Jun 26 2017 0 Comments Tags: Facts, mantra, sanskrit, Sloka, stotram

Light is considered as a symbol of auspiciousness, prosperity and abundance in the Hindu religion. Light brings brightness with it and removes the darkness. Light makes it possible to see things clearly. Lamp (Deep) is a part of various traditions and cultures around the world in general and India in particular. In almost every Indian home across the rural-urban divide, a lamp is lit daily in relation to sacred or secular domains of culture. Following Sloka / Shloka can be recited while lighting the lamp. This prayer is also known "Deepa shlokam" , "Deep Vandana" or "Deepa Jyoti Mantra". The light...

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Shri Shiva Bilvashtakam ( श्री शिव बिल्वाष्टकम )

Jun 26 2017 0 Comments Tags: Ashtakam, sanskrit, Shiva, stotram

Shri Shiva Bilvashtakam was composed by Jagad Guru Sri Adi Shankaracharya. Shri Shiva Bilvashtakam is a powerful chant that speaks of the power and glory of offering bilva leaves to Lord Shiva. They are to be offered in a group of three leaves and are said to have features that identify them with Lord Shiva himself. Bilva Patra shares a very special relationship with Lord Shiva. Shiva is very fond of Belpatra or the Bilva leaves. If a person prays to Shiva with a clear mind and offers a Belpatra to the Shivalinga, the Lord blesses them with whatever they desires....

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Sloka Udaye Savita rakto with meaning

Jun 26 2017 0 Comments Tags: Navagraha, sanskrit, Sloka, Surya

Udaye savita rakto raktashchastamaye tatha, sampattau cha vipattau cha mahatamekarupata is a famous sanskrit sloka which means that Like the Sun is same red during sunrise and sunset, Great people remain same in prosperity or adversity. Exact meaning of sloka is given below.  उदये सविता रक्तो रक्तश्चास्तमये तथा । सम्पत्तौ च विपत्तौ च महतामेकरूपता ॥ udayé savitā rakto raktashchāstamayé tathā |sampattau cha vipattau cha mahatāmékarūpatā || Meaning :- The sun looks alike while rising and setting. Great men too remain alike in both the good and bad times.

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Mantra Om Asato Maa Sadgamaya with meaning

Jun 25 2017 0 Comments Tags: mantra, sanskrit

Om Asato maa Sadgamaya is a Shanti Mantra (Mantra of Peace), it is taken from Brihadaranyaka Upanishads (1.3.28). Om Asato Ma Sadgamaya is used as a prayer during spiritual / religious gatherings. It is believed that the recitation of these verses bring peace of mind and positive energy at home. ॐ असतो मा सद्गमय ।तमसो मा ज्योतिर्गमय ।मृत्योर्मा अमृतं गमय ।ॐ शान्तिः शान्तिः शान्तिः ॥ Om Asato Maa Sadgamaya | Tamaso Maa Jyotir-Gamaya | Mrtyor-Maa Amrtam Gamaya | Om Shaantih Shaantih Shaantih ||Meaning: "ॐ हम सभी को असत्य से सत्य की राह दिखाना, हम सभी को अज्ञानता से ज्ञान की और...

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Sloka Ramo Viraamo Virajo Margo Neyo Nayo-anayaH with meaning

Jun 25 2017 0 Comments Tags: Rama, sanskrit, Sloka, Vishnu

Sloka Ramo Viraamo Virajo Margo Neyo Nayo-anayaH is mentioned in Shri Vishnu sahasranamam (Sloka 43) . The meaning of the above Sanskrit versions is that Rama is the one who keeps the entire living beings happy, the one in whose memory Yogis always revel (take pleasure) in the bliss of Brahman.   रामो विरामो विरजो मार्गो नेयो नयो-अनयः । वीरः शक्तिमतां श्रेष्ठ: धर्मो धर्मविदुत्तमः ।। Ramo Viraamo Virajo Margo Neyo Nayo-anayaH Veerah Shaktimataam Shresshtah Dharmo Dharmaviduttamah The meaning of the above Sanskrit versions is that Rama is the one who keeps the entire living beings happy, the one in whose memory Yogis...

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Why is sindoor (vermillion) applied to Lord Hanuman’s body?

Jun 24 2017 0 Comments Tags: Facts, Hanuman

Sindoor or vermilion holds lot of importance in Indian society. The tradition of application of sindoor in the parting of hair by married Hindu women is considered extremely auspicious and is being carried on since centuries.In traditional Hindu society, wearing sindoor is considered must for married Hindu women. It is a visible expression of their desire for their husbands' longevity.  According to a popular belief, once when mother Sita was applying sindoor to her forehead, Hanuman witnessed it and asked her the reason for doing so. She replied that by applying sindoor, she ensured a long life for her husband...

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56 sacred items of Chhapan Bhog Mahaprasadam

Jun 21 2017 0 Comments Tags: Facts, Jagannath

Chappan Bhog means 56 varieties of food offered to Lord Jagannath in Puri. According to ” Skanda Purana” Lord Jagannath redeems the devotees by permitting them to partake his Mahaprasad, to have His darshan and to worship him by observing rituals and by offering of gifts .Mahaprasad is treated here as ‘Anna Brahma’. The temple kitchen has got the capacity to cook for a lakh of devotees on a day. Mahaprasad is cooked only in earthen pots and medium of food is fire wood only. The steam-cooked food is offered to Lord Jagannath first and then to Goddess Vimala after which it becomes...

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Shri Meenakshi Pancharathnam in Sanskrit ( श्री मीनाक्षीपञ्चरत्नम् )

Jun 20 2017 0 Comments Tags: Pancharatnam, Parvati, sanskrit

Shri Meenakshi Pancharatnam (five jewels of Goddess Meenakshi) is a hymn praising the Goddess Meenakshi. Shri Meenakshi Pancharatnam was composed by Sri Adi Shankaracharya and it beautifully describes the attributes of the Goddess. . ‘Meenakshi’ is a combination of two root words; ‘mina’ meaning fish and ‘aksi’ meaning eyes. Thus it implies ‘the one who has eyes like that of a fish.’ Goddess Meenakshi glances and looks after her devotees as fishes look after and protect their younger ones with their eyes. This grace also earns Her the name ‘Angayarkanni’. Ancient stone inscriptions refer to Her as ‘Thirukamakottathu Aludya Nachiyar.’ Sundareshwara,...

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Shri Ganesha Bhujangam ( श्रीगणेशभुजङ्गम् ) with meaning

Jun 14 2017 0 Comments Tags: Bhujangam, Ganesha, sanskrit, stotram

Shri Ganesha Bhujangam is a beautiful verse describing Lord Ganesha written by Sri Adi Sankaracharya. Shri Ganesha is widely revered as the remover of obstacles. As the god of beginnings, he is honoured at the start of rituals and ceremonies. By chanting Shri Ganesha Bhujang Debts and poverty can be forever forbidden from one’s life. Hail the Lord Ganesha!!! May we all be blessed!!! श्रीगणेशभुजङ्गम् Shri Ganesha Bhujangam रणत्क्षुद्रघण्टानिनादाभिरामंचलत्ताण्डवोद्दण्डवत्पद्मतालम् ।लसत्तुन्दिलाङ्गोपरिव्यालहारंगणाधीशमीशानसूनुं तमीडे ॥ १॥ RanatKshudra GhanTaaNi NaadaaBhi RaamamChaletTanda VodDandaVat PadmaTaalamLasatTundi LaangoPariVyaalaHaaramGanaaDheesha Meeshaana SoonumTameedeEulogy on Ganesh : I praise the leader of the Gana of Rudra, Who is the son of Ishan (Shiv), Who appears pleasing with...

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Sri Durga Aapadudhdaara ashtakam in Sanskrit ( श्री दुर्गा आपदुद्धाराष्टकम् )

Jun 10 2017 0 Comments Tags: Ashtakam, Durga, sanskrit, stotram

Sri Durga Aapadudhdaara ashtakam is dedicated at the lotus feet of Goddess Durga. The word "Durga" in Sanskrit means a fort, or a place which is difficult to overrun. Another meaning of "Durga" is "Durgatinashini," which literally translates into "the one who eliminates sufferings.  Sri Durga Aapadudhdaara ashtakam is chanted by devotees of Maa Durga to get rid of sorrows, sufferings and problems in their life. Sri Durga Aapadudhdaara ashtakam is a great prayer which is exclusively meant for people to get saved from perils and dangers. श्री दुर्गा आपदुद्धाराष्टकम् नमस्ते शरण्ये शिवे सानुकम्पे नमस्ते जगद्व्यापिके विश्वरूपे |नमस्ते जगद्वन्द्यपादारविन्दे नमस्ते जगत्तारिणि त्राहि दुर्गे...

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Sloka Sada Sarvada Ram Sanniidh aahe with meaning

Jun 06 2017 0 Comments Tags: Rama, sanskrit, Sloka, Vishnu

According to Hindu Mythology Rama( राम ) is the seventh avatar of the Hindu god Vishnu and a king of Ayodhya. Rama is also the protagonist of the Hindu epic Ramayana, which narrates his idealistic ideas and his greatness. Rama is one of the many popular figures and deities in Hinduism, specifically Vaishnavism and Vaishnava religious scriptures in South Asia and Southeast Asia. Along with Krishna, Rama is considered to be one of the most important avatars of Vishnu. In a few Rama-centric sects, he is considered the Supreme Being, rather than an avatar. Born as the eldest son of Kausalya...

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Shri Vishwanathashtakam in Sanskrit ( श्रीविश्वनाथाष्टकम् )

Jun 04 2017 0 Comments Tags: Ashtakam, sanskrit, Shiva

Shri Vishwanathashtakam is composed by Sri Adi Shankaracharya. According to Hindu mythology, Varanasi was founded by Lord Shiva. The city also known as Kashi and Benaras is one of the seven sacred cities of Hindus. To the Hindus, the Ganges is a sacred river and any town or city on its bank is believed to be auspicious. But Varanasi has a special sanctity, for it is believed, this is where Lord Shiva and his consort Parvati stood when time started ticking for the first time. Hindus believe that a person who breaths his last in Kashi, is blessed with eternal salvation, thus freed from...

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Mantra Om Purnam ada purnam with meaning

Jun 04 2017 0 Comments Tags: mantra, sanskrit, Shiva, Sloka

Om Purnam ada purnam mantra sloka is mentioned in The Isha Upanisad. Everything animate or inanimate that is within the universe is controlled and owned by the Lord. One should therefore accept only those things necessary for himself, which are set aside as his quota, and one should not accept other things, knowing well to whom they belong.  ॐ पूर्णमदः पूर्णमिदं पूर्णात्पुर्णमुदच्यतेपूर्णस्य पूर्णमादाय पूर्णमेवावशिष्यते ॥ॐ शान्तिः शान्तिः शान्तिः ॥ Om Purnam-ada purnam-idam Purnaat purnam udachyathe purnasaya purnam-adaya purnam-eva vashishyathe Om Shaantih Shaantih Shaantih || Meaning:1: Om, That (Outer World) is Purna (Full with Divine Consciousness); This (Inner World) is also Purna (Full with Divine Consciousness);...

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Sloka Yatra naryastu pujyante ramante tatra Devata with meaning

Jun 04 2017 0 Comments Tags: sanskrit, Sloka

Yatra naryastu pujyante ramante tatra Devata, yatraitaastu na pujyante sarvaastatrafalaah kriyaah is a famous sloka taken from Manusmruthi which means where Women are honored, divinity blossoms there, and where women are dishonored, all action no matter how noble remain unfruitful. यत्र नार्यस्तु पूज्यन्ते रमन्ते तत्र देवता:।यत्रैतास्तु न पूज्यन्ते सर्वास्तत्राफला: क्रिया:। Yatra naryastu pujyante ramante tatra Devata, yatraitaastu na pujyante sarvaastatrafalaah kriyaahWhere Women are honoured, divinity blossoms there, and where ever women are dishonoured, all action no matter how noble it may be, remains unfruitful.    

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Kaal Bhairav Gayatri Mantra ( काल भैरव गायत्री मंत्र )

Jun 03 2017 0 Comments Tags: Bhairav, mantra, sanskrit

Lord Bhairav sometimes known as Kaal (Kaala) Bhairav, is the fierce manifestation of Shiva associated.He is one of the most important deities who originated in Hindu mythology and is sacred to Hindus, Buddhists and Jains alike. Lord Kaal Bhairav is that manifestation of Lord Siva who oversees the march of time. The person who worships Lord Bhairav gets victory over enemies, materialistic comforts, and success. Worshiping Lord Bhairav helps to get rid from sufferings and pains, especially the troubles related to paranormal world. The devotee cherishes all round success and a healthy life free from any sort of diseases. One should recite Kaal Bhairav Gayatri...

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Agni Gayatri Mantra with meaning ( अग्नि गायत्री मंत्र )

Jun 03 2017 0 Comments Tags: mantra, sanskrit

Agni deva , the primordial lord of fire is said to bring good health, wealth and happiness to those who invoke him with dedication. Agni is worshiped as the symbol of piety and purity; as expression of two kinds of energy i.e. light and heat, he is the symbol of life and activity. Agni-rahasya, “the secret of fire,” is the key to all knowledge because Agni is the power of inner and outer illumination. According to Hindu Mythology chanting of Agni Gayatri Mantra regularly is the most powerful way to please God Agni and get his blessing. To get the best result you...

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Devi Kamakshi Stotra of Sri Adi Shankaracharya in Sanskrit ( देवी कामाक्षी स्तोत्रम् )

Jun 03 2017 0 Comments Tags: Parvati, sanskrit, stotram

Devi Kamakshi Stotram is composed by Sri Adi Shankaracharya. Goddess Kamakshi is a form of Tripura Sundari or Parvati or the universal mother goddess. The word is derived from the heritage “Ka” meaning Goddess Saraswati (Goddess of Education), “Ma” meaning Goddess Lakshmi (Goddess of Wealth), “Akshi” meaning Eye. The main abode of Maa Kamakshi is the Kamakshi Amman temple at Kanchipuram. Goddess Kamakshi is considered to be the representation of Shri Vidya - Shri Lalita Maha Tripura sundari - she reigns supreme in Kanchi. The Goddess holds a sugarcane bow on her left upper arm representing the mind of a human being and Lotus, Parrot in her upper right arm-...

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Mantra Om Saravana Bhava meaning

Jun 02 2017 0 Comments Tags: Kartikeya, mantra, Murugan, sanskrit

Om Saravana Bhava or Aum Saravana Bhava mantra contains the essence of the six-faced Lord Skanda. You can access the energy of Lord Skanda by chanting this potent mantra. Lord Skanda also known as Murugan , Kartikeya and Subramanya is the younger son of God Shiva and Devi Parvati. Lord Murugan, also known as Skanda or Karthikeya is the chief commander of the great divine army, a fine, dynamic soldier of the within, a fearless defender of righteousness. We can receive the energy of Skanda by learning the secret of Powerful Mantra “Om Saravana bhava“. Lord Murugan fulfills our wishes, removes our difficulties...

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Shri Kanda Sasti kavasam English lyrics

Jun 02 2017 1 Comment Tags: Kartikeya, Kavach, Murugan

Shri Kanda sasti kavasam is a devotional song composed in Tamil language by Devaraya Swamigal. Shri Kanda sasti kavasam is a rare and valuable treasure intended to help one to be successful in his or her day-to-day life. In Shri Kanda sasti Kavasam the author prays to Lord Murugan (Kartikeya) to shower his grace. It is said that regular chanting of Shri Kanda sasti kavasam causes all the predicaments of life are resolved. It is certain that by regular chanting of this kavacham all the predicaments of life are resolved. People without children will enjoy fertility. Prosperity and plenty will abound....

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Sloka Maataa Raamo Mat Pitaa Raam Chandra with meaning

Jun 02 2017 0 Comments Tags: mantra, Rama, sanskrit, Sloka, Vishnu

According to Hindu Mythology Rama( राम ) is the seventh avatar of the Hindu god Vishnu and a king of Ayodhya. Rama is also the protagonist of the Hindu epic Ramayana, which narrates his idealistic ideas and his greatness. Rama is one of the many popular figures and deities in Hinduism, specifically Vaishnavism and Vaishnava religious scriptures in South Asia and Southeast Asia. Along with Krishna, Rama is considered to be one of the most important avatars of Vishnu. In a few Rama-centric sects, he is considered the Supreme Being, rather than an avatar. Born as the eldest son of Kausalya...

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Shri Hanumat Pancharatnam Stotra with meaning ( श्रीहनुमत् पञ्चरत्नम् )

Jun 01 2017 0 Comments Tags: Anjaneya, Hanuman, Pancharatnam, stotram

Shri Hanumat Pancharatnam Stotra is composed by Jagadguru Sri Adi Sankara Bhagavad Pada. Shri Hanumat Pancharatna means Garland of Five gems on Shri Hanuman. Shri Hanuman with unswerving devotion towards Shri Rama is a humble devotee who is spurred on to great deeds because of his unshakeable faith in Rama. Kanchi Paramacharya once said Hanuman has both Intellect and also Physical Strength and hence by worshiping him one will be blessed with all the wealths i.e. Wisdom, Strength, Fame, Valor, Fearlessness, Health, Determination,  Articulativeness. The phala sruti of Hanumat Pancharatnam mentions :“One who recites this Pancharatna Stotra of Hanuman, becomes a devotee of Sri Rama, after...

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Shri Baglamukhi Ashtottara Shatnaam Stotra in Sanskrit ( श्री बगलामुखी अष्टोत्तर शतनाम स्तोत्र )

May 31 2017 0 Comments Tags: Das Mahavidya, sanskrit, stotram

Shri Baglamukhi Ashtottara Shatnaam Stotra lists 108 names of Goddess Bagalamukhi, which are collectively known as Ashtottara Shatnaam or Ashtottara Shatanamavali of Goddess Bagalamukhi. Goddess Baglamukhi is an incarnation of Goddess Shakti and is one of the Mahavidhyas. There are several legends associated with Baglamukhi Mata. She is the eighth Mahavidhya among the 10 Mahavidhyas. Goddess Baglamukhi is also sometimes referred to as Bagala, Baglamukhi, Valga, and Pitambara Devi. Shri Baglamukhi Ashtottara Shatnaam Stotra is chanted to power & dominance over enemies. Chanting of Shri Baglamukhi Ashtottara Shatnaam stotra brings victory over enemies and success in lawsuits. It also provided ultimate protection.    माँ बगलामुखी १० महाविद्याओं में आठवां...

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Shri Gayatri Hridayam in Sanskrit ( श्री गायत्रीहृदयम )

May 31 2017 0 Comments Tags: Gayatri, Kavach, mantra, sanskrit

The Gayatri Hridayam is a mantra found in the Devi Bhagavatam. The Gayatri Hridayam mantra is sung in praise of Maa Gayatri. Its mentioned in Devi Bhagavatam that Whoever recites this Gayatri Hridaya in the morning finds all the sins committed in the night all destroyed! Whoever recites this in the evening gets his sins of the day all destroyed! Whoever recites this in the evening and in the morning can rest assured to have become free of sins; he gets the fruits of all the Tîrthas; he is acquainted with all the Devas; he is saved if he has spoken...

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Shri Dattatreya stotram in Sanskrit ( श्री दत्तात्रेय स्तोत्र )

May 30 2017 0 Comments Tags: Dattatreya, sanskrit, stotram

Lord Dattatreya is the incarnation of the Holy Trinity consisting of Lord Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva. Dattatreya is a saint well known in Puranas. He was the son of Anasuya and Maharshi Atri. The name Dattatreya can be divided into two words, Datta (means Giver) and Atri (Sage Atri). Lord Dattatreya considered as guru of environmental education, gained enlightenment by his observation from surrounding, which provided him 24 gurus. These gurus explain the problems of mundane attachments, and teach the path towards the spiritual self-realization of the Supreme.Chanting of Shri Dattatreya Stotra also helps to calm one’s mental state and prevent nervousness.   श्री...

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Shri Kartikeya Stotram in Sanskrit ( श्री कार्तिकेय स्तोत्रम् )

May 27 2017 0 Comments Tags: Kartikeya, Murugan, sanskrit, stotram

Shri Kartikeya Stotra is devoted to Lord Kartikeya, also known as Murugan , Skanda and Subramanya. Lord Kartikeya is son of Lord Shiva and brother of Lord Ganesha. Lord Kartikeya rides a peacock and wields a bow in battle.  Murugan is quintessentially brave, intelligent, and perfection personified because of which he is worshiped as the god of war and victory. He is also the brave leader of god’s forces and was created to destroy demons, symbolizing negative tendencies of human beings. Worship of Lord Murugan helps neutralize the malefic effects of Mars and brings health. Reciting Murugan stotram and prayers for Murugan is...

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Shri Rinmochak Mangal Stotra in Sanskrit ( श्री ऋणमोचक मंगल स्तोत्र)

May 27 2017 0 Comments Tags: Hanuman, remedy, sanskrit, stotram

Shri Rinmochak Mangal Stotra is dedicated to Lord Hanumana. Shri Rinmochak Mangal Stotra is helpful in making a person debt free. One can get rid of all financial problems and troubles by chanting shri Rin mochak mangal stotra daily. One should start chanting the stotra from any Tuesday. If one can't chant this stotra daily due to any reason , then this can be read on every tuesday.  जिन व्यक्तियों को निरन्तर कर्ज घेरे रहते हैं, उन्हें प्रतिदिन “ऋणमोचक मंगल स्तोत्र´´ का पाठ करना चाहिये। यह पाठ शुक्ल पक्ष के प्रथम मंगलवार से शुरू करना चाहिये। यदि प्रतिदिन किसी कारण...

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Devyaparadha Kshamapan Stotra in Sanskrit ( देव्यपराधक्षमापनस्तोत्रम् )

May 26 2017 0 Comments Tags: Durga, remedy, sanskrit, stotram

Devyaparadha Kshamapan Stotra is dedicated to Goddess Durga. Devyaparadha Kshamapan Stotra is also known as Devi Apradh Kshamapan Stotra. Durga Devi Apradh Kshamapan Stotra was composed by Adi Shankaracharya. In this strotram Adi Shankaracharya asks devi shakti for forgiveness for his sins and actions he committed knowingly or unknowingly. There is no such divine stotra of Goddess Durga like Durga Devi Apradh Kshamapan Stotram. Devi Kshamapan Stotram is to seek forgiveness from the Goddess, to acknowledge our mistakes and seek absolution for our sins. One can chant this stotra to get rid of any sins done in past , guilt feeling or peace of...

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Shri Navnag stotra in Sanskrit ( श्री नवनाग स्तोत्र )

May 25 2017 0 Comments Tags: remedy, sanskrit, stotram

Shri Navnag Stotra pacifies Sarpa Dosha, Kala Sarpa Dosha, Naga Dosha, and Mangalya Dosha. Goddess Nageswari which is also referred to as Naga Devi, Naga Thai, Nagamma, and Naga Amman among others is the serpent goddess. The Navnag Stotra is a divine mantra which gives a wholesome protection for the individual who recites this mantra with utmost devotion. The Navnag Stotra is also chanted to avoid as well as negate all kind of ill effects, curses, spells, and black magic.Apart from that, the Navnag Stotra is also a very powerful mantra to remove as well as negate all kinds of Naga Dosha,...

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Shri Mritasanjeevani Stotra in Sanskrit with hindi meaning ( श्री मृतसञ्जीवन स्तोत्र )

May 24 2017 0 Comments Tags: Kavach, sanskrit, Shiva, stotram

Shri Mritasanjeevani Stotra is dedicated to Lord Shiva .Shri Mritasanjeevani Stotra means the armour of raising from death. One can prevent untimely death by chanting this great Kavacham . It is some times referred as Mruta Sanjeevani stotram. The Matsya Purana tell a story about the perpetual wars between devas and asuras. The devas would always end up beating the asuras. Humiliated, Shukra Acharya, guru of the asuras, decided to approach Shiva to obtain the mritasanjeevani stotra, or mantra to make asuras invincible. He, meanwhile, asked the asuras to take refuge at the ashram of his father Bhrigu. The devas found the absence...

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