Category: Devata

Indra’s Children.

One of Indra’s sons, Jayanta, a Kaka (crow), attacked Sita. Rama put out one of his eyes, but did not kill him. Another son of Indra’s was Vali, the brother of sūryaputra sugreeva. Rama killed vāli because Vali had taken away Sugreeva’s wife. Sugreeva and Rama had promised each […]

Audio : slōka chanting for heart cakra.

यं बृहन्तं बृहत्युक्थे यमग्नौ यं महाध्वरे।यं विप्रसङ्घा गायन्ति तस्मै वेदात्मने नमः।। This ślōka is from bhīshma stavarāja yam bRhantam bRhatyukthē yam agnau yam mahādhvarē yam viprasanghā gāyanti tasmai vēdātmanē namah | yam is the bīja mantram of the anāhata cakra. This is the cakra of the heart. Love […]

agnim īłe

Recovered from an old post by me on satyaveda.wordpress.com and ancientindians.wordpress.com. It has my translation of some Veda mantras to Agni agnih dēvatā Devata means luminary, the one who is bright. The root of the word is related to light. Diva is lamp, Diva is day, Divi is heaven. […]

Audio : Iśā vāsya upanišad

This upanišad contains the mahāvakyam so-ahamasmi. It is both a vēda and an upanišad. Not all students have the physical capacity to chant vaidīka svaras. There will be an entrance test for chanting lessons. Most people can sign up for the meanings classes or for the philosophy discussions. […]

Audio : buddhir balam : Hanumān

बुद्धिर्बलम् यशो धैर्यम् निर्भयत्वम् अरोगता अजाड्यम् वाक्पटुत्वञ्च हनुमत्स्मरणाल्लभेत् । The austerity to practice is remembering Hanumān. The benefits (karmaphala) of this activity are listed in the ślokam as follows. बुद्धि: – buddhih – That which has been learned – Learning र्बलम् – balam – strength यश: – yaśah […]

Audio : śukla yajurvēda śānti mantram.

Listen to Rg Veda śānti mantram : Vangme manasi pratishtita Isa Vasya Upanishad (Complete) Interpretation by Satya Sarada Kandula Buy the eBook or Print Book on Pothi.com Is’A vAsya upaniSad (Isa Upanishad) Excerpt : Peace Invocation : s’Anti mantram AUM pUrNamadah pUrNamidam pUrNat pUrNamudacyatE | pUrNasya pUrNamAdAya pUrNamEvAvas’iSyatE.||0|| AUM s’Antih, s’Antih, s’Antih. Every Upanishad […]