Wednesday, February 24, 2010

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Chandra Kavacham
This Kavacham should be read on Saturdays to ward of any evil caused by this planet........

Kethu Kavacham
This Kavacham should be read on Saturdays to ward of any evil caused by this planet........

Ragu Kavacham
This Kavacham should be read on Saturdays to ward of any evil caused by this planet........

Shukra Kavacham
(Shukra in Indian mythology is the teacher Of Asuras and Rakshasas. He is very famous sage and son of Brugu.........

Mangala Kavacham
Mangala Kavacham is an armour which gives you protection from all problems caused by the planet Mars . It has to be chanted on all Tuesdays, if mars causes any problem in the horoscope........

Budha Kavacham
Budha is a planet giving knowledge. Any body who falls short in knowledge or wants to gain knowledge should read this Kavacham on all Wednesdays........

Adithya Kavacham
This is the armour of Sun God which led to Sage Yagna Valkya to learn the Vedas directly from him........

Garuda Dandakam
Vedanta Desika is possibly one of the greatest poets of Srivaishnavism and lived between 1269 and 1370..........

Guru Kavacham
This Kavacha should be read on all Thursdays during that period to get rid of the problems.....

Guru Paduka Panchakam
These five verses is supposed to have been sung ay the Bhagawat Pada when he went first to meet his Guru Govinda Bhagawat Pada in the banks of Narmada.......

Navagraha Stotram of vadhiraja Theertha
Sri Vadi Raja Teertha is one of the greatest saints of the Dwaitha sampradaya propounded by Madhvacharya and he can be ranked next to the founder.....

Vamsa Vrudhi kara Durga Kavacham
Armour of Durga that protects family growth......

Bala Mukthavali Stotram
Bala Mukthavali Stotram, The prayer of beads of salvation to Bala.......

Shani Vajra Panjarika Stotram
Saturn, the slow moving planet takes 30 years to complete the perambulation of the Sun. He is supposed to be the son of Chaya Devi (Shadow) and the son God. The God of death Yama is his half brother.............

Mathru Panchakam
Mother has been extolled as a god form in several places in the puranaas and also God has been approached as a son approaches his mother by many great savants..........

Dathathreya Sthothram
Hindus worship Dathathreya a god in the form of a combination of the great trinity consisting of Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva. He took this form due to Anasuya , the wife of sage Athri.......

Angaraka stotram
The planet Mars in Hindu mythology is the son of the goddess earth. He was born of the three drops of sweat of Lord Shiva which fell on the earth.

Ashta Dasa Shakthi Peetha stotram
This stotra written by Adhi Shankara names the places of Shakthi Peethas and the name of the Goddess in temples there...........

Abhilashashtakam
When will my pair of eyes get the good fortune of seeing, He who rides on the king of birds, who does not have any birth............

Sankata Devi namashtakam
Sankata Devi is known in Kashi as one of the most powerful deities in the entire city....

Bagavaan Manasa Pooja
Here is a very pretty prayer describing the mental worship of Lord Krishna....

Runa Mochana Mangala Stotram
Prayer to Mars to get rid of debts .....

Chathu Sloki Gita
''essence of God" - Gita in Four verses.....

Shri Gopala Stotram
Shri Gopala Stotram.... Prayer to the Cowherd

Swaminatha Shadpathi
The sextet on the lord of Gods...

Devi Kshama Prathana Stotram
Goddess Parvathi is an ocean of mercy. This prayer tells what a bad person one is, and requests her pardon. This is a part of Durga Sapthasloki...

Mookambika ashtakam
Mookambika is the goddess presiding over the temple town of Kollur, 135 km from Mangalore, Karnataka. Here the goddess is in the linga form…

Sri runa vimochana nrusimha sthothram
A prayer toLord Narasimha to get rid of worldly and spiritual debts…

Shiva Panchakshara stotram
Those who read these holy five letters great, In the temple of Shiva, Would go to the world of Shiva, And be forever happy with Him.…

Sadhana Panchakam
Let us read Vedas daily, Let us do rituals based on them, Let the Gods be worshipped based on them,Let us do work without attachment, Let us drive away the crowd of sins.…

Hanuman Chalisa
Saint Thulasi Das who was a great admirer of Hanuman, wrote these forty verses in Hindi praising Hanuman and called it “Hanuman Chalisa”. This is possibly the most popular prayer written in Hindi even today. Its extreme simplicity makes it dear to every one’s heart.…

Anjana Sridhara
Hey, pretty Krishna, who is black and who carries Lakshmi, Salutations to you with folded hands, Hey happy Krishna, who is decorated and who is Vasudeva, Be pleased to remove all my sorrows.…

Shikshashtakam
Victory to the singing of the names of Krishna, Which cleans the dirt from the mirror of the heart, Which puts out the fire of the pain of day today life…

Sri Bhavani Bhujangam -2
Here is more on the description of Goddess Bhavani by Adi Sankara…

Sri Bhavani Bhujangam -1
This 17-verse sloka is written by Adi Sankara in praise of Goddess Bhavani…

Bhavani Ashtakam
This is a poignant sloka by Adi Sankara that has been translated by Ramachander...

Soundarya Lahari - 10
In this last part of Soundarya Lahari, Adi Sankara speaks of the prowess of the Goddess

Soundarya Lahari - 9
In this Soundarya Lahari continuation, we find Adi Sankara describing the beauty of Goddess Parvathi

Soundarya Lahari - 8
Adi Sankara describes the beauty of Goddess Uma in these verses

Soundarya Lahari - 7
Here is the next part in the beautiful verses rendered by Adi Sankara

Soundarya Lahari - 6
Adi Sankara proceeds to sing the praise of Goddess Parvathi…

Soundarya Lahari - 5
This is the first part of Soundarya Lahari as presented by Adi Sankara…

Soundarya Lahari - 4
This is the concluding part of Ananda Lahari…

Soundarya Lahari - 3
A part of this sloka was rendered by Adi Sankara…

Soundarya Lahari - 2
Here is the second part of Soundarya Lahari by Adi Sankara…

Soundarya Lahari - 1
This is the English translation by Ramachander of the beautiful verses meaning Waves of Beauty…

Mahalakshmyashtakam
This sloka is dedicated to the Goddess of Wealth…

Mahalakshmyashtakam
This sloka is dedicated to the Goddess of Wealth…

Lalitha Pancha Rathna
Here is the translation of the five gems on Goddess Lalitha, sung by Adi Sankara…

Lalitha Trishathi Stotra - 2
This is the concluding part of the stotra that is supposed to be a Sarva Poorthikara Stotram…

Lalitha Trishathi Stotram-1 or Sarva Poorthikara Stotram-1
This is a powerful sloka that is chanted by the followers of the Shakti cult…

Lalitha Sahasra Namam - 3
Here is the 1,000 names of Goddess Lalitha...

Lalitha Sahasra Namam - 2
Here is the dhyanam portion of Lalitha Sahasra Namam...

Lalitha Sahasra Namam
Parama shiva is one of the trinity of Hindu pantheons who is in charge of destruction...

Kanaka Dhara Stotra - 2
Here is the second part of the stotra rendered by Sri Adi Sankara...

Kanaka Dhara Stotra - 1
Here is the English translation of the hymn that brings wealth to the devotee...

Indrakshi Stotram
Here is the English translation of this Sanskrit sloka...

Devi Mahatmya Stotra Ashtakam
Here is the English translation of the sloka on Goddess Durga...

Annapurnashtakam
This verse is dedicated to the Goddess who feeds one and all...

Abhirami Andhadhi – 10
Here is the concluding part of the beautiful sloka, translated into English by Ramachander...

Abhirami Andhadhi – 9
Here is the next part of the English translation of the sweet sloka in Tamil by Abhirama Bhattar...

Abhirami Andhadhi – 8
Here is the next instalment of the beautiful Tamil sloka written by Abhirama Bhattar...

Abhirami Andhadhi – 7
Another beautiful bunch of slokas from Abhirami Andhadhi...

Abhirami Andhadhi - 6
Here is the sixth part of the Tamil sloka Abhirami Andadhi...

Abhirami Andhadhi - 5
Here is the fifth part of the English translation of the sweet Tamil sloka by Abhirama Bhattar...

Abhirami Andhadhi - 4
Abhirama Bhattar sings in praise of Mother Goddess Abhirami...

Abhirami Andhadhi - 3
Here is the third part of the sweet verse sung by Abhirama Bhattar...

Abhirami Andhadhi - 2
Here is the second part of the Tamil hymn by Abhirama Bhattar...

Abhirami Andhadhi - 1
The beautiful Tamil verse on Goddess Abhirami have been translated by Ramachander...

Mahishasuramardini stotram – 2
This prayer is believed to have been composed by Ramakrishna Kavi...

Mahishasuramardini stotram – 1
This prayer is believed to have been composed by Ramakrishna Kavi...

Dwadasa Jyothir Linga Stothram
Here is an Adi Sankara sloka on the 12 Lingams of Light in India...

Chandra Shekharshtakam
This sloka was composed by Sage Markandeya after he was saved from certain death by Lord Shiva...

Sadashivashtakam
This is the English translation of the Sanskrit sloka by Sage Pathanjali in praise of Lord Shiva...

Shankarashtakam
Here is a Sanskrit sloka by Brahmananda, dedicated to Lord Shiva...

Sashakthi Shiva Navakam
Here are nine stanzas that are dedicated to Lord Shiva and which incorporate the manthraksharas...

Pasupathyashtakam
The sloka is dedicated to Lord Shiva and speaks of his great qualities and the need to worship him...

Nirvana Manjari
This is a Sanskrit sloka dedicated to Lord Shiva, composed by saint Adi Sankara Bhagavad Pada...

Natho Upadesa Stotram-2
Here is the second and concluding part of the sloka dedicated to Lord Siva...

Natho Upadesa Stotram-1
This is a sloka that teaches the devotee to pray to Lord Shiva...

Shadanana Ashtakam
This is a sloka composed by Sage Agasthya on Subramania or Arumugha...

Shiva Thandava Stotram
The sloka was composed by Ravana and is in praise of the dance of Lord Shiva...

Maha Mrutyunjaya Stotram -2
Here is the second and concluding part of the hymn that puts an end to fear of death...

Maha Mrutyunjaya Stotram
Here is the English translation of the stotram that helps fight death...

Bilwashtakam
This hymn is about the leaf that is sacred to Lord Shiva...

Margabandhu Stotram
Translator P R Ramachander says this stotra has to be recited before, during and after travel...

Pradosha Mahatmyam
This hymn shows why it is important to worship Lord Shiva during Pradosham...

Viswanathashtakam
This sloka was rendered by Adi Sankara Bhagavad Pada and is translated by P R Ramachander...

Dasa Sloki or Nirvana Dasakam
This sloka was rendered by Adi Sankara and is translated by P R Ramachander...

Sree Dakshinamuthy Ashtakam
This is the English translation of the Sanskrit sloka written by Adi Sankara..

Ardha Nareeswara Ashtakam
This is the English translation of the hymn dedicated to Goddess Parvathi and Lord Shiva..

Daridraya Dahana Shiva Stotram
This is the English translation of the sloka composed by Sage Vasishta..

Veda Sara Shiva sthavam
Here is the English translation of this Sanskrit hymn dedicated to Lord Shiva..

Shiva Shadakshara Stotram
This hymn sings of the benefits of uttering the six-letter mantra..

Uma Maheswara Stotram
Here is a fine translation of Adi Sankara’s hymn on Lord Siva and Goddess Parvathy...

Vaidyanatha Ashtakam
This hymn is dedicated to the Lord of Vaitheeswaran temple who is worshipped as Vaidyanathan...

Lingashtakam
This is the English translation of the famous Lingashtakam...

Shiva Manasa Pooja
Here is the English translation of the Sanskrit sloka by Adi Sankara Bhagavad Pada...

Shivananda Lahari-10
Here is the concluding portion of the English translation of Adi Sankara’s hymn...

Shivananda Lahari-9
Here is the ninth part of the English translation of the Sanskrit sloka by Adi Sankara...

Shivananda Lahari-8
Here is the eighth part of the English translation of Adi Sankara’s hymn on Lord Shiva...

Shivananda Lahari-7
Here is the English translation of Adi Sankara’s Shivananda Lahari...

Shivananda Lahari-6
Here is the English translation of the hymn sung by Sri Adi Sankara Bhagawad Pada...

Shivananda Lahari-5
Here is the fifth part of the English translation of the Sanskrit hymn by Adi Sankara...

Shivananda Lahari-4
Here is the English translation of the hymn that is sung by Adi Sankara in praise of Lord Shiva...

Shivananda Lahari-3
Here is the third part of Ramachander's translation of this hymn in praise of Lord Shiva...

Shivananda Lahari-2
Here is Ramachander's translation of the hymn by Adi Sankara Bhagawat Pada...

Shivananda Lahari: Waves of the bliss of Shiva
Here is a free translation of the Sanskrit sloka by Adi Sankara, Shivananda Lahari...

Shivaparadha Kshamapana Stotram
Here is a hymn that appeals to Lord Shiva to pardon one's sins...

Shiva Panchakshara Stotram
Ramachander gives the translation of the sloka dedicted to Lord Shiva...

Sri Hari Stotram
Here is the English translation of the sloka dedicated to Lord Vishnu...

Hari Nama Mala Stotram - 2
Here is the English translation of the slokam composed by King Mahabali...

Hari Nama Mala Stotram - 1
Here is a hymn in praise of Lord Narayana, translated into English by P R Ramachander....

Hari Nama Keerthanam-4
Here is the concluding part of Thunchathu Ezhuthachan's Hari Nama Keerthanam...

Hari Nama Keerthanam-3
Here is the third part of the English translation of Thunchathu Ezhuthachan's Malayalam hymn…

Hari Nama Keerthanam-2
Here is an English translation of a Malayala sloka written by Thunchathu Ezhuthachan…

Hari Nama Keerthanam-1
This is the English translation of Thunchathu Ezhuthachan's Malayalam hymn…

Vishnu Sahasranamam-7
Here is the concluding part of the stotram in praise of Lord Vishnu…

Vishnu Sahasranamam - 6
Read on about the benefits of chanting the Lord's thousand names…

Vishnu Sahasranamam - 5
Here is the fifth part of Vishnu Sahasranamam…

Vishnu Sahasranamam - 4
Here is the fourth part of Vishnu Sahasranamam…

Vishnu Sahasranamam - 3
Here is the third part of the sloka as rendered by Bheeshma…

Vishnu Sahasranamam - 2
Here is the second part of the sloka that mentions the thousand names of Lord Vishnu

Vishnu Sahasranamam
The first part of His thousand names…

Sri Venkatesa Suprabhatham
Here is the second part of Sri Venkatesa Suprabhatham translated by Ramachander…

Sri Venkatesa Suprabhatham
We hear it almost every day in the morning and here is a free translation by Ramachander…

Tiruppavai
Here is the concluding part of the celestial song sung by Andal…

Tiruppavai
Here is P R Ramachander's free verse translation of Andal's poetry…

Vishnu Shodasa Nama Sthothram
Chant these 12 names of Vishnu as soon as you wake up…

Narayana Suktham
Here is a hymn dedicated to Lord Narayanaand says he is present everywhere…

Namam Japikkuga
Written by an unknown devotee of Kerala, it is full of pathos, says Ramachander…

Kanda Sashti Kavasam-2
This is the second part of the hymn that has been translated by P R Ramchander…

Kanda Sashti Kavasam
Here is a free translation of the poem that is dedicated to Lord Muruga...

Nama Ramayana-1
This is a concise sloka that tells the whole story of Ramayana…

Mukunda Mala-2
Kulasekhara Azhwar shows the way to liberation by chanting the name of Narayana…

Mukunda Mala
This tribute to Lord Krishna was sung by one of the Azhwars…

Madhurashtakam
This sloka by sage Vallabhacharya drips with honey about Lord Krishna...

Bhaja Govindam - Dwadasha Panjarika Stotra
Learn from Adi Sankara's sweet words what the true meaning of life is...

Bhaja Govindam
Here is the Bhaja Govindam and a free verse translation by P R Ramachander...

Achyuthashtakam
We bring to you, beginning this Friday, translations of important stotras…

Inspired slokas
Bhakti Padalgal matrum Thaalaatu, book with all slokas

Hayagreeva Ashtothram
Hayagreeva (Lord with the horse's face) Haya-horse: greeva-neck is the presiding deity for all knowledge. Recite Hayagreeva Sthothram daily

Aditya Hridayam
For centuries, "Surya" (Sun) has been worshipped as a major deity in India.

Lakshmi Gayatri for wealth and luxuries
Worship Goddess Lakshmi for promotion, success and personal virtues.

Lakshmi Gayatri for wealth and luxuries
Worship Goddess Lakshmi for promotion, success and personal virtues.

Durga Gayatri for courage
Recite Durga Gayathri to fight suffering, injustice, diseases, poverty, delusion, envy, depression and emotional vices.

Hanuman Gayatri for strength, valour and wisdom
Hanuman is worshipped with offerings of butter, sandalwood paste and a garland of vadais...

Shree Durga Shuktam
The kind-hearted mother will bless her devotees with happiness and prosperity.

Brahma Gayatri to increase productivity and creativity
Pray to him to know the essence of things or to be a great scholar.

Shiva Gayatri for prosperity and a fruitful married life
Pray to Shiva to see the essence of things, for peace of mind and inner balance...

Vishnu Gayatri for safety and welfare
Use this mantra to bring welfare and good luck to the family...

Ganesha Gayatri to remove obstacles
The power of this mantra will ensure smooth sailing of life even in the most turbulent of times.

Daridrya dukha dahana shivastotram
According to the lore, Markandeya and Dhowmya worshipped the Lord in Thirucherai.

Navagraha Sthothram (in English)
A prayer to him, especially on Saturdays, is said to mitigate the hardships one will have to face during these periods.

Goddess Saraswathi - Goddess of Wisdom (in English and Tamil)
Saraswati is the one who gives the essence (sara) of our own self (swa). She is considered as the personification of all knowledge...

Shri Subramanya Bhujangam (in English)
That holy devotee, who prostrates to Lord Guha, reciting the Bhujanga stotra daily, with devotion, will be blessed with...

Sree Venkatesa Suprapatham (in English and Tamil)
It is believed Lord Venkateswara will bestow prosperity in abundance to devotees who recite this sloka every morning.

Sree Anjaneya Ashtothram (in English)
Hanuman, an ardent devotee of Lord Rama, is worshipped by millions of people in India.

Lord Subramanya (in English) (in English and Tamil)
The Vel (spear) is His Divine weapon; it is also regarded as the source of all knowledge and is the dispeller of ignorance.

Shree Siva Ashotothram (In English) (in English and Tamil)
It is believed that reciting slokas and sthothras on Lord Shiva will bestow happiness and prosperity.

Sree Narasimha Ashtothram (in English and Tamil)
At the tender touch of Prahalad the Lord was pleased. He grew calm and anger gave way to kindness.

Goddess Mahalakshmi (in English and Tamil)
For obvious reasons, Lakshmi, the goddess of wealth, is more sought after than Saraswati, the goddess of learning.

Mahishasuramardhini - Saumya and Ghora (in English and Tamil)
As Durga, the Goddess is “beyond reach” or “inaccessible.” She is Devi Mahishasuramardini (Goddess Killer of the Buffalo Demon) who appears to her devotees,

Durga Ashtothram (in English and Tamil)
The red colour symbolizes action and the red clothes signify that She is always busy destroying evil...

Navagraha Ashtothram
The navagraha could give harmony or misery to an individual as per the movements...

Sri Lingashtakam (in English and Tamil)
I bow before that Sada Shiva Linga, destroyer of all poverty and misery in its eight aspects ...

Sri Krishnashtakam (in English and Tamil)
Krishna has influenced the Indian thought, life and culture in myriad ways.

Annapoorna - Goddess of plenty, generosity and grains (in English and Tamil)
She promises to those who come to her what only a mother can give, naturally and freely - food.

Supreme Lord Krishna (in English and Tamil)
Krishna has influenced the Indian thought, life and culture in myriad ways.

Shree Hanuman Chalisa (in English and Tamil)
The one who recites Hanuman Chalisa (40 stanzas praising Hanuman), written by Shree Tulsi Das, for 40 mornings, will beget health, wealth ...

Shiva Panchaakshara Stothram (in English and Tamil)
Whoever recites this prayer of Lord Shiva, attains that supreme abode of His and enjoys eternal bliss.

Ganesha Pancharatnam (in English and Tamil)
He who recites this every morning with devotion will soon be endowed with a healthy life free of blemishes...

Narasimha - Man-Lion Avatar of Mahavishnu
Narasimha caught Hiranyakashipu with a loud roar and carried him to the threshold of the hall.

Sri Krishna Ashtothram
Krishna, one of the avatars of Vishnu, is the most glamorous and talked-about character in Indian mythology.

Durga Ashtothram
The red colour symbolizes action and the red clothes signify that She is always busy destroying evil...

Vigneshwara Ashtothram
Vishnu is the preserver of Universe. Vishnu's body is blue-black, with four hands one holding a club, another a conch shell, the third a discus and the fourth a lotus.

Vishnu Ashtothram
Vishnu is the preserver of Universe. Vishnu's body is blue-black, with four hands one holding a club, another a conch shell, the third a discus and the fourth a lotus.

Annapoorna Ashtothram
The Goddess Annapoorna is looked upon as the provider of food and the sustainer of prosperity.

Sree Anjaneya Ashtothram (in Tamil)
Hanuman, an ardent devotee of Lord Rama, is worshipped by millions of people in India.

Shree Siva Ashotothram (in Tamil)
Shiva is referred to as 'the good one' or the 'auspicious one'. Shiva - Rudra is considered to be the destroyer of evil and sorrow.

Lord Subramanya
He is supremely intelligent and is the commander of the Deva army.

Rahu - the most powerful dragon head
The role played by Rahu during the cosmic churning is of great significance.

Ketu - The highly renounced dragon's tail
According to Indian astrology the dragon’s tail is a shadow planet.

Saturn - Krura lochana - the evil-eyed
Saturn remains in each of the twelve zodiacs for thirty months.

Shukra - The radiant celestial guru of the demons
Shukra stands for pleasure, love, marriage, beauty, jewellery, fine arts, etc.

Guru - the benevolent
This week we are hosting slokas on Guru, also known as Brihaspathi or Jupiter...

Budha - the intellect (Mercury)
This week we talk about Budha - Mercury which is proficient in all the sciences.

Angaaraka - son of earth and the redeemer
We had hosted on Lord Surya and Lord Chandra. This week we are hosting slokas on Angaaraka also known as Mars ...

Chandra - Controller of the mind
We had hosted slokas on Lord Surya or the Sun God. This week we are hosting slokas on Lord Chandra, also known as the Moon God.

Surya
From this Friday, 22-June-2001, Chennaionline proposes to host significant slokas of all the nine grahas. We begin with Surya, otherwise known as the Sun.

Shri Subramanya Bhujangam
Whoever recites this mantra will attain health, wealth, longevity, wisdom and heavenly abode.

Mrityunjaya Mantra
It bestows health, long life (deergha ayush), peace (shanti), wealth (aishvaryam), prosperity (pushti), satisfaction (tusthti) and immortality (moksha).

Navagraha Sthothram
Navagraha - the nine planets could be complimentary or inimical to an individual. The navagraha could give harmony or misery to that individual as per the movements.

Dharithriyathahana Sthothram
Whoever repeats this prayer on Lord Shiva composed by Rishi Vashishta attains that supreme abode of His and enjoys the eternal Bliss.



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Saraswathi Gayatri for wisdom, knowledge and creativity Lakshmi Gayatri for wealth and luxuries
Durga Gayatri for courage Hanuman Gayatri for strength, valour and wisdom
Shree Durga Shuktam Brahma Gayatri to increase productivity and creativity
Shiva Gayatri for prosperity and a fruitful married life Vishnu Gayatri for safety and welfare
Ganesha Gayatri to remove obstacles Daridrya dukha dahana shivastotram
Navagraha Sthothram (in English) Goddess Saraswathi - Goddess of Wisdom
Shri Subramanya Bhujangam (in English) Sree Venkatesa Suprapatham
Sree Anjaneya Ashtothram (In English) Lord Subramanya (In English)
Shree Siva Ashotothram (In English) Sree Narasimha Ashtothram
Goddess Mahalakshmi Mahishasuramardhini - Saumya and Ghora (in English)
Durga Ashtothram (In English) Navagraha Ashtothram
Sri Lingashtakam Sri Krishnashtakam
Annapoorna - Goddess of plenty Supreme Lord Krishna
Shiva Panchaakshara Stothram Shree Hanuman Chalisa
Narasimha - Man-Lion Avatar of Mahavishnu Ganesha Pancharatnam
Sri Krishna Ashtothram

Durga Ashtothram(In Tamil)

Vigneshwara Ashtothram Vishnu Ashtothram

Anjaneya or Hanuman

Annapoorna Ashtothram

Lord Subramanya (In Tamil)

Shree Siva Ashotothram (In Tamil)
Ketu - The highly renounced dragon's tail Rahu - the most powerful dragon head
Shukra - The radiant celestial guru of the demons Saturn - Krura lochana - the evil-eyed
Budhan - the intellect (Mercury) Guru - the benevolent
Chandra - Controller of the mind Angaaraka - son of earth and the redeemer
Navagraha Sthothram Surya
Mrityunjaya Mantra Shri Subramanya Pujanga (In Tamil)
Aditya Hridayam Hayagreeva Ashtothram
Durga Pooja Slokas Thirupalliyezuchi
Lakshmi Pooja Slokas Thiruvempavai
Saraswathi Pooja Slokas Sree Abirami Slokas
Thirupavai Thiruvilakku Slokas
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5 comments:

Steffi said...

Hey, nice site you have here! Keep up the excellent work!

English to Tamil Translation

Kerala Brahmin said...

Dear Sir, My geocities has been closed down. You can read all my translations in

http://stotraratna.sathyasaibababrotherhood.org/

Kerala Brahmin said...

Dear sir,
You have been kind enough to give several of my translations with link to my geocities web site. It has been closed . You can find all my translations in

http://stotraratna.sathyasaibababrotherhood.org/
P.R.Ramachander

Girish Subramanian said...

Dear Sir, Can you mail me the lyrics of Indrakshi Sivakavacham stotram if you have? gisubramanian@gmail.com

Girish Subramanian

Ganesan Ramakrishnan said...

sir , namaskaaram

I require in Tamil lakshmi Hayagreevar stotra -this has five paras/ stansas only

grk1961@hotmail.com