Articles — Venkateshwara

Sloka Bhaja Govindam Govindam Bhaja with meaning

Jan 24 2018 0 Comments Tags: Krishna, sanskrit, Sloka, Tirupati Balaji, Venkateshwara, Vishnu

Bhaja Govindam also known as Moha Mudgara is a popular 8th century Hindu devotional composition in Sanskrit attributed to Adi Shankara. Below given Sloka is taken from Bhaja Govindam. Adi shankaracharya emphatically states the importance of devotion for god as a path to reach spiritual development and to liberation from the cycle of birth and death. भजगोविन्दं भजगोविन्दं गोविन्दं भजमूढमते |संप्राप्ते सन्निहिते काले नहि नहि रक्षति डुकृञ्करणे || Bhaja Govindam, Bhaja Govindam,Govindam Bhaja Mooda Mathe,Samprapthe sannihithe kale,Nahi nahi rakshathi dookrunj karane Meaning : Worship Govinda, worship Govinda, worship Govinda, Rules of grammar will not save you at the time of your death.  ...

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Sloka Naham Vasami Vaikunthe with meaning

Jul 14 2017 2 Comments Tags: sanskrit, Sloka, Tirupati Balaji, Venkateshwara, Vishnu

Sloka Naham Vasami Vaikunthe comes in conversation between Lord Vishnu and Sage Narada . At the advent of Kaliyuga, it is believed, that the Lord Supreme was asked by Sage Narada, of the simplest Sadhana which will help the ordinary people realize the Lord Supreme easily. To dispel doubts, the Lord himself pronounced that in Kaliyuga he would not reside in Vaikuntha, the celestial abode, or in the Sun or in the hearts of great Yogis [sages], but would stand in attention wherever his devotees do sing his name. नाहं वसामि वैकुण्ठे योगिनां हृदये न च |मद्भक्ता यत्र गायन्ति तत्र तिष्ठामि नारद || Naham...

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Shri Venkatesha ashtakam from Brahmanda Purana in english with translation

Jul 03 2017 0 Comments Tags: Ashtakam, Tirupati Balaji, Venkateshwara

Shri Venkatesha ashtakam is a powerful hymn devoted to Lord Tirupati balaji or Venkatesha as he is popularly known. Shri Venkatesha ashtakam is mentioned in Brahmanda Purana, which occurs in the chapter 4 on “ Greatness of the Venkata mountain”, which occurs in the midst of the discussion between Lord Brahma and sage Narada. Shri Venkatesha ashtakam has been translated in english by Shri P.R.Ramachander.    Shri Venkatesha ashtakam (from Brahmanda Purana.) (The octet on Venkatesha) , Translated by Shri P.R.Ramachander 1.Venkatesho , Vasudeva, pradhyumno , amitha Vikrama,Sankarshano anirudhascha Seshadri patireva cha.He is Lord of Venkata mountain , son of Vasudeva , Pradhyumna,The greatly valorous Sankarshana...

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Sri Venkatesa Suprabhatam ( श्री वेंकटेश सुप्रभातम् ) with meaning

Apr 09 2017 0 Comments Tags: stotram, Suprabhatam, Tirupati Balaji, Venkateshwara, Vishnu

Sri Venkateshwara or Balaji, is a form of the Lord Vishnu only.  Sri Venkatesa Suprabhatam is a series of hymns written in poetic form, in 1430 A.D,by Pratvada Bhayankara Sri Anantacharya (also known as Annangaracharyar,and P B Annan), the Ramanujacharya of Kachipuram. This work of poetic art is meant for singing praises of Lord Sri Venkateswara while waking him up early in the morning, during the Suprabhata Seva at the holy Tirumala Temple, everyday. However, according to the Markandeya Purana - one of the Ashtadasa Puranas written by Sage Veda Vyasa – the last four stanzas of Sri Venkateswara Sthotram were actually...

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Sri Venkateswara Vajra Kavacha Stotram with meaning

Mar 30 2017 1 Comment Tags: stotram, Tirupati Balaji, Venkateshwara, Vishnu

Sri Venkateswara Vajrakavacha Stotram is The Diamond Armour of Venkatesa composed by Sage Markandeya. Sri Markandeya purana mentions "Sri Venkateshwara Vajra Kavacha Sthothram" by sage Markandeya. This stotram(Prayer) contains 5 stanzas only. Regular Chant of Sri Venkateswara Vajrakavacha Stotram provides ultimate protection. Lord Venkateshwara is also known as Bhaktavatsala , the One who cherishes his Devotees. On numerous occasions Lord Venkateshwara has showered his Graces upon his Devotees in need, ridding them of their troubles and misery. Even for those who surrender only in times of despair, the Lord always answers present. Sri Venkateswara Vajrakavacha Stotram is Translated by Shri P. R. Ramachander...

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