Aditya Hridayam v2 www.bharatiweb.com 1 || shree aaditya hridayam stotram || om asya shree aaditya hridaya stotra mahaamantrasya agastya rushihi anushTup Chandaha aaditya hridaya bhooto bhagavan nirastaa shesha vighnataya sarvatra jaya siddhau viniyogaha asya shaDangaNya rashnimate namaha ...
Sri Vishnu Sahasranama Stotram AUM namo bhagavate vaasudevaaya | shuklaambaradharaM vishhNuM shashivarNaM chaturbhujam | prasannavadanaM dhyaayet sarva vighnopa.shaantaye || (1) vyaasaM vasishhTha naptaaraM shakteH pautramakalmashham | paraasharaatmajaM vande shukataataM taponidhim || (2 ...
Sri Ganesha Stotram ..... publisht by HARE KRIScHNA .DE Sri Ganesha Stotram Sri Narada uvaca: 1. Pranamya sirasa devan gauriputram vinayakam bhaktavasam smaren nityam ayus kamartha siddhaye 2.
Asyashrilalita sahasranama stotra Ashtami chandra vibhraja dalikasdhala shobhita mahamantrasya, vashinyadi Mukha-chandra kalankabha mruga-nabhi visheshaka - 5 vagdevata Rushayah anushtup chandaha shree Vadanas-mara mangalya gruhatorana chillika lalita parameshari devata Vaktra-lakshmi pari-vaha ...
Blessed Aspirants, Lord Sivaisthe God of Love. His Grace is boundless. He is the Saviour and Guru. He is the Beloved of Uma. He is Satyam, Sivam, Subham, Sundaram, Kantam.
Guru himself is the creator, sustainer and the destroyer. He is verily the very transcendental divinity, (the timeless life-principle, which is the very essence of the creator etc.)
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Sri Ganapathi Atharva Seersha (From Atharvana Veda) Translated by P.R.Ramachander (Ganapathi atharva seersha is a part of Atharvana Veda.
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Sri Sankata Nasana Ganapathi stotram (Prayer to lord Ganesa which would wipe away sorrow) Narada Uvacha: - Sage Narada told: - Pranamya sirasa devam, Gauri putram, Vinayakam, Bhakthya vyasa smaren nithya, Mayu kama artha sidhaye.