Monday , 3 August 2015

Category Archives: Ashtakam

Shri RajaRajeshwari Ashtakam

Sri Rajarajeshwari ashtakam

shrii rajarajeshwari aShTakam Divinity manifests from age to age in the human form in order to re-establish Dharma (righteousness) and to guide all mankind back to the righteous path. The Mother is a universal embodiment of compassion. She extends her warmth and grace to protect and bless her children. God appears in many forms but to experience God in the ... Read More »

Totakashtakam with Meaning

totakashtakam with meaning

Totakashtakam  Adi Sankaracharya one of the chief disciple of Lord Sankara composed an octad of verses i.e., totakashtakam in praising his Master Lord Sankara. The beautiful totaka is with difficult composition but his very devotional and shows the spirit of Sankaracharyas towards his Lord. Hence he was himself given the name Touakacarya. Every word of this exquisite totaka speaks on ... Read More »

Annapoorna Ashtakam/Stotram

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Sri Annapurna Ashtakam is written by Adi Shankaracharya to praise and invoke the grace of Mother Goddess Annapurneswari. Mother Goddess Annapurneswari is the presiding deity at Banaras or Varanasi. She is the Mother who graces food to everybody ; especially for poor and destitute. The Godess of Varanasi also fed King Harishchandra’s children (he became poor due to Rishi Vashishta). ... Read More »

Sri Subrahmanya (Murugan) -Ashtakam

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For Begetting Children Perform Shashti pooja which comes every month. (Shasthi before full Moon) will be blessed with good children. PRAY SUBRAMANYA SWAMY READ SUBRAMNAYA ASHTAKAM AND SREE SUBRAHMANYA PANCHARATHNAM. SREE SUBRAHMANYA ASTAKAM/ KARAVALAMBHAM He Swaaminaatha Karunaakara Deena Bandho Sree Paarvateesha Mukha Pankaja Padma Bandho Sree Eeshaadi Devagana Poojita Paadapadma Vallee Eesanaatha Mama Dehi Karaavalambam. Devaadi Devasuta Devaganaadi Naatha Devendra Vandya Mrudupankaja Manjupaada ... Read More »

Sri Maha Lakshmi Ashtakam

maha-lakshmi-ashtakam

Maha Lakshmi Ashtakam – The goddess of wealth Mahalakshmi, who is the consort of Vishnu is worshipped as goddess of wealth by the Hindus. In the beginning of creation she took form from the left side of Vishnu and was later born again from the sea of milk, when the devas churned it for getting nectar. She resides on the ... Read More »

Gananayaka Ashtakam

gananayaka-ashtakam

GanaNayaka Ashtakam Ekadantam Mahaakaayam Taptakaajnchana sannibham LambodaraM VishaalaaxaM  Vande Ham GaNanaayakam Mounji Krishnajeenadharam NaagaYagnopaveethanam Bhalendu Sakalam Moulim, Vande Ham Gananayakam Chitraratna Vichitragam Chitrmaalaa Vibhushitham Kamarupadharam Devam, Vande Ham Gananayakam Gajavaktam SuraSreshtam, Karnachamara Bhushitham Pasamkusadharam Devam, Vande Ham Gananayakam Mushikootham maaruhya Devasura Mahaahavey Yooddukamam Mahaaveeram, Vande Ham Gananayakam Yaksha Kinnera Gandharva, Siddi Vidhyadharay Sadha Stuyamanam MahaaBhaahum, Vande Ham Gananayakam Ambika Hryudayanandham, ... Read More »

Achyuta Ashtakam – Achyutham Kesavam

achyutam-kesavam

Achyutham Kesavam Ramanarayanam is also known as Achyutha Ashtakam Stotra, and is one of the most beautiful stotram in praise on Lord Vishnu. Achyutha Ashtakam Achyutham Kesavam Rama Narayanam, Krishna damodharam vasudevam harim, Sreedharam madhavam gopika vallabham, Janaki nayakam ramachandram Bhaje 1 Achyutham kesavam sathya bhamadhavam, Madhavam sreedharam radhika aradhitham, Indira mandiram chethana sundaram, Devaki nandanam nandhajam sam bhaje 2 ... Read More »

Surya Ashtakam – English

AdidEva namastubhyam praseeda mama bhAskara dhivAkara namastubhyam prabhAkara namOstutE || 1 saptASva rathamaaruDham pracamDham kaSyapAtmajam SwEtapadmadharam dEvam tam sooryam praNamaamyaham || 2 lOhitam rathamAruDham sarvalOka pitAmaham mahApApaharam dEvam tam sUryam praNamAmyaham || 3 treiguNyam ca mahASUram brahma vishNu mahESwaram mahApApaharam dEvam tam sUryam praNamAmyaham || 4 bRMhitaM tEjasAMpuMjam vAyurAkASa mEvaca prabhustvaM sarvalOkAnAM taM sUryaM praNamAmyahaM || 5 baMdhUkapushpa saMkASaM harakuMDala ... Read More »