This is a good blessing for the people of the earth and her rulers. Justice and Happiness. Feel free to share. There is good for the people and for those who rule. The lords of the earth rule the earth in the way of justice. May there always […]
Even though I (or you) focus on accuracy in chanting, there are sometimes some slips and errors. In these ślōkas we seek forgiveness (kšamā) for errors in our practice, sādhana, ācāra for whatever reason. If there is a bhrashTa (falling, failing) of a letter, word, mātra (duration), then […]
This is a beautiful and easy set of ślōkās. All related to śrī rāma. rāma mantra grants fulfilment of life, attainment of mōkśa and is equivalent to chanting the thousand names of višńu. One of the meanings of mantram, is that which protects the mind. rāma, rām, ram, […]
This is a prayer or prārthana. The son of mRkanDu mahaRši, mārkanDēya created this stavam. It is found in māgha māhātmya. He prays to candraśēkhara, to save him. He takes refuge in candraśēkhara and says what can yama do? The phalaśRti says that whenever anyone feels scared of […]
This pancaratna says that (I) do the following 5 things in the morning. Morning Remembering – prātah smarańa of the dēvī’s face Morning Regarding – prātah bhajana of her shoulders Morning namana – prātah namana of her feet Morning Praise (Stating) – prātah stuti of her divine attributes […]
mangała or mangala ślōkah are auspicious chants generally used at the conclusion of a pūjā. The ślōkah recorded above, are for śrī rāma and for the gurus. If you would like to learn chanting from me, please register below.
namah in this ślōkam are for mother earth, bhūdēvī. There are several variants of this ślōkam. If you would like to learn how to chant this from me, please register below.
These 8 slōkas which offer namah (manah) to the Sun, sūrya, were spoken by śiva. At the end there is a phalaśRti. This tells of the fruit of constantly (daily) chanting the suryashtakam. The chanter will not have disease, sorrow or poverty. All the pain due to grahas […]
siddha-lakshmīh, mōksha-lakshmīh, jaya-lakshmīh, saraswatī, śrī-lakshmīh, vara-lakshmīh, ca, prasannā, mama, sarvadā. There is a variant which says suprasannā bhava sarvadā. The essence is – my Lakshmi should always be pleased.
This is navagrahanamana. In this ślōkam, the namah (manah) is for sūrya, candra, mangala, budha, guru, śukra, śani, rāhu and kētu. They are the kārakas for the Self, Mind, Conflict, Learning, Wisdom, Comfort, Work, Illusion and Freedom, in that order, respectively. Some Notes. A graha is any celestial […]