Articles — Surya
Aditya Hridaya Stotram in Sanskrit
Feb 28 2020 Tags: Navagraha, sanskrit, stotram, Sun, Surya
Aditya Hridaya Stotram is also known as Aditya Hridayam Stotram or Aditya Hrudayam stotram. Aditya Hridaya Stotram is a hymn associated with Aditya (Lord Surya, the Sun God) and was recited by the sage Agastya to Lord Ram on the battlefield before His duel with the demon king Ravan. By reciting this "blessing of blessings", Sage Agastya promises victory over all enemies, complete prosperity, purification from sin, anxiety, and grief, as well as the gifts of longevity and never-ending supreme bliss. The hymn also identifies Aditya with all other Hindu Gods, including Brahma, Vishnu, Shiva, and Skanda. आदित्यहृदय स्तोत्रॐ अस्य आदित्य...
Thousand Pillar Temple in Hanumakonda, Telangana
Jan 05 2018 Tags: Shiva, Sun, Surya, Temples, Vishnu
The Thousand Pillar Temple or Rudreshwara Swamy Temple is a historic Hindu temple located in the town of Hanumakonda, Telangana State, India. Thousand Pillar Temple, a fine specimen of 'Kakatiya' architecture and sculpture. The temple was built by 'Rudra Devi' in 1163 AD. The temple is in shape of a star and has three shrines dedicated to Lord Shiva, Vishnu and Surya. The temple is built on a 1m high platform on the slopes of the Hanumakonda hill, and has a majestic monolithic Nandi. The black basalt Nandi, a monolith, has a lovely polished finish. There are many small lingam...
Sloka Udaye Savita rakto with meaning
Jun 26 2017 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.
Shri Surya Chalisa ( श्री सूर्य चालीसा )
May 09 2017 Tags: Chalisa, Sun, Surya
In Hindu mythology, Surya represents the Sun god. Surya is depicted as a red man with three eyes and four arms, riding in a chariot drawn by seven mares. Surya holds water lilies with two of his hands. With his third hand he encourages his worshipers whom he blesses with his fourth hand. In India, Surya is believed to be a benevolent deity capable of healing sick people. Even today, people place the symbol of the Sun over shops because they think it would bring good fortune. Surya is considered as the only visible form of God that can be...
Shri Surya Mandala Ashtak Stotram in Sanskrit ( श्री सूर्यमण्डलाष्टक स्तोत्रम् )
Apr 18 2017 Tags: Ashtakam, sanskrit, stotram, Sun, Surya
Surya Dev is one of the main deities of Hinduism. Surya Dev is considered the life giver and one who nourishes. Shri Surya Mandala ashtakam is from Aditya Hrudaya. Shri Surya Mandala ashtakam is hyme in praise of God Surya. It is said in the stotra that Surya mandal vanishes poverty and sorrow. Surya dev is the only Navgrah that is easily visible to the naked eye. Many scriptures uphold his importance as the chief among these nine planets.All life generates from the heat and light of the Sun. Without Surya, the entire universe would be covered in deep darkness and creation itself...
Suns in Astrology
According to Hindu Mythology there are 12 Suns in Universe.Each Sun is located in different Galaxy.The one located in the Galaxy in which we stay is called Surya. The names of other Suns are1) Ravi2) Bhaskar3) Bhanu4) Bhag5) Aryma6 ) Dinkar7) Devaakar8) Poosha9) Tushtaa10) Martand11) MaarichThe Mantra of Sun includes names of all 12 Suns in Universe.
Aditya Hridaya Stotram
Jun 16 2016 Tags: stotram, Sun, Surya
Aditya Hridaya Stotram is a hymn in praise of Sun God. Its recitation ensures good health and obstacles free life. Aditya hrudayam is a Stotra by Sage Agastya to Lord Sri Rama at the battle field between Ravana and Rama. The great Cosmic Sage Agastya dictates this hymns of Sun God to Sri Rama to ensure Victory to him. Thus forms part of the yuddha Kanda of Ramayana by Sage Valmiki said to be written around twenty thousand years ago. Whatever approach Rama took to kill Ravana it was impossible for him to kill Ravana as he was a MahaBrahmana...