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Yathni is meeting Ganesha.
A few hymns on Lord Ganesa

Hinduism has a number of gods and goddesses. One such god is Ganesha. He is also called as Ganapati, Vinayaka, Pillaiyar etc. Normally, it is the practice that he is invoked and worshipped before starting any puja or work. It is considered that Ganesha will remove all obstacles in any good work that we do. Therefore, he is called as Vigneswara, Vignaraja etc. So, before we go out on a journey or start some good work, we pray to Ganesha for removal of obstacles. Students, for example, pray to him before going for the examination to retain good memory and getting the requisite confidence. Before the start of functions like marriage, Ganesa is invoked. There are a number of hymns on Ganesa in the scriptures. In this audio book, I am presenting seven out of these hymns on Ganesa.  

 

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A few hymns on Lord Krishna.
A Few Hymns on Lord Krishna

Hymns, which are known as Stotras in Sanskrit, are a type of popular devotional literature which are in vogue in the Indian way of life. Stotras are the outpourings of the heart of a devotee of God. Generally, they are in the in the form of poems. A Bhajan is also another important type of devotional literature. Bhajan is any type of devotional song. It has no fixed form. It is normally lyrical, expressing love for the Divine. It belongs to a genre of music and arts that developed during the time of the Bhakti Movement that spread from the south of India throughout the entire subcontinent during the Moghul era. Lord Krishna is a well-known deity in Hinduism. This audio book presents five stotras and two bhajans. The two bhajans are: Muddhugare Yashoda and Maadhava Maamava. The stotras are:

Madhurashtkam

Govinda Damodara Stotram

Mukundamala

Govindashtakam and

Bala Mukundashtakam

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Hymns on Goddess Parvati.
A few hymns on Devi

Devi is the Great Goddess of Hinduism. Devī is the Sanskrit word for ‘goddess’. She is revered in a variety of forms. She is the Divine Female, revered by all as a mother. Hence she is known as the Mother Goddess. The Mother Goddess is India's supreme Divinity. She assumes cosmic proportions, destroying evil. In some forms she is benign and gentle and in other forms she is ferocious and dynamic. As a cosmic force of Durga or Kali she destroys the demonical forces that threaten world equilibrium. In her gentle form she bestows wealth, fortune, and success. The Puranas and other poetic verses composed by sages and saints praise the Mother-goddess in various forms of hymns and give a detailed account of her glory and powers. The subject matter of these hymns are generally petitions to the deity like pardoning of sins committed knowingly or unknowingly, removal of problems and difficulties in life, grant of the good things of life, desire for obtaining knowledge etc. Or it may be on some lofty ideals, or sublime heights of philosophy or mystical experience. They are generally called as ‘Stotram’. These hymns are thus generally simple poems expressing praise and personal devotion of a deity. People generally recite these hymns for getting relief from the problems of daily life and for obtaining peace and tranquillity. A brief idea about nine such hymns on the Devi have been narrated along with their recitation in this audio book. 

 

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Hymns on Lord Shiva.
A few hymns on Lord Shiva

Lord Shiva is one of the important deities of Hinduism. He is generally represented in the form of a small pillar reverentially called as the ‘Lingam’, symbolizing all universe. For a sincere devotee, the Lingam is the radiant light or consciousness. Stotras are a type of popular devotional literature. A stotra is a hymn of the outpourings of the heart of a devotee of God. This is generally in the form of a poem. The subject matter of these stotras may be for petitioning to the deity for small comforts of life here and now. Like for example: request for pardon of sins committed knowingly or unknowingly, prayer for the removal of problems and difficulties in life, request for the grant of the good things of life, desire for obtaining knowledge etc. Or it may be on some lofty ideals, or sublime heights of philosophy or mystical experience. The hymns of the stotras thus praise the aspects of the divine like Lord Shiva, Lord Vishnu, Goddess Parvathi etc. There is generally a poetic structure and they have been composed by great saints. The stotras are thus generally simple poems expressing praise and personal devotion of a deity. People generally recite these hymns for getting relief from the problems of daily life and for obtaining peace and tranquillity. This book contains nine such hymns on Lord Shiva. Two of them are in Tamil and the remaining seven in Sanskrit. The recitation of each of these hymns is preceded by a brief idea about the contents of that hymn. 

 

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It is a hymn on Lord Shiva.
Appayya Dikshitar's ‘Atmaarpana Stuthi’ or ‘Unmattha Panchaa Shath’
(With brief summary in English)

The Atmaarpana Stuthi is a hymn in Sanskrit language composed by Appayya Dikshitar, one of the great saints and proponent of Advaita Philosophy after Adi Sankara. It is a hymn in praise of Lord Shiva and is also known as ‘Unmattha Panchaa Shath’.

 

Once Dikshitar felt that he has to put himself to a test as to whether his devotion to Lord Shiva was indeed true. He thought, ‘Suppose I become insane, will my mouth utter the name of Lord Shiva. If that be so, then it must be real.’ So, he embarked on an experiment. He made a paste of Datura seeds. These seeds are poisonous and if taken in, will make a person insane. He also prepared an antidote to this poison.

 

He called his disciples. He gave them the poisonous paste and the antidote. He told them to give him the first potion for a week and write down whatever he said in that state of mind. After recording this, they have to give after a week, the antidote that would bring him back to normalcy. Indeed, it was a remarkable experiment to find out how serious he was about Shiva.

 

The experiment started. The disciples recorded what he said during that time. It was this hymn on Lord Shiva consisting of fifty verses. ‘Panchaa Shath’ means 50 and ‘Unmattha’ means “one who has lost his mind”. So, it is 50 verses composed during the period when he lost his mind.

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The Bhagawat Gita.
The Bhagawat Gita-A Synopsis

The Bhagavat Gita is one of the main religious literature in the Hindu way of life. It contains about 700 verses divided into 18 cantos. It is the essence of the philosophy contained in the Upanishads and is a part of the Mahabharata which describes the story of the Pandavas and the Kouravas. The development of the various incidents in the life of the Pandavas and the Kouravas ultimately leads to the war in Kurukshetra wherein the Pandavas finally win the battle. When Arjuna, the great warrior of the Pandava brothers sees the Kourava army in the battlefield, he is overwhelmed with concern because they are all his kinsmen. He gets terrified. Not because of fear of battle but because of emotions. Krishna who is the incarnation of the Almighty God was acting as his charioteer. Arjuna tells Krishna, ‘My limbs give way. My mouth is getting parched. I feel shaky. My bow slips from my hand. My skin burns all over. My mind is whirling as though I cannot hold on to myself. I see evil portends.’ A conversation ensues between Krishna and Arjuna and this conversation is the Bhagawat Gita. This audio book is primarily a recitation of the verses of the Gita. A brief synopsis of each canto is also given before its actual recitation. The audio book is divided into three sections, each containing six cantos.  

 

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Vishnu Sahasranamam.
Sri Vishnu Sahasranama Stotram

The Vishnu Sahasranama Stotram is one of the very popular and important hymns in the Hindu way of life. It is a hymn in praise of the Almighty God represented as Vishnu and is recited in almost every household, particularly in the southern part of India. This hymn occurs in the Mahabharata. It was the end of the Kurukshetra war. The patriarch of the family, Bhishma Pitamaha was injured and was lying on a bed of arrows waiting for the arrival of the auspicious time of Uttarayana to leave his body and to reach the lotus feet of the Lord. Yudhishtira, the eldest of the Pandavas, meets him and there was a conversation that ensued between them on matters relating to action and righteousness.  In reply to certain questions asked by Yudhishtira, Bhishma imparts Yudhishtira the Vishnu Sahasranama. ‘Sahasra’ means thousand and ‘nama’ means name. So, Vishnu Sahasranama translates as, ‘one thousand names of Vishnu’. This comes in Section 149, verses 14 to 120 of the Anushasanika Parva of the epic. Each of the names in the Sahasranamam is full of significance and refers to one particular quality, characteristic, or attribute of the Almighty and invokes a sense of bonding with him. The meanings of these names indicate the deep connection between the name and the Almighty. This enables one to understand the greatness of God. The recitation of the hymn is done in three parts. There are a few introductory verses. Then comes the actual Sahasranamam listing the one thousand names. The concluding part is the phalasruti which spells out the benefits that will accrue from hearing or reciting the hymn. Regular chanting of the Vishnu Sahasranama Stotram or even listening to it daily inculcates a sense of gratitude to the Lord and helps us in many ways. 

 

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Lalitha Sahasranamam.
Sri Lalitha Sahasranama Stotram

The Lalitha Sahasranamam is one of the important and famous hymn in the Hindu way of life. It is a hymn in praise of Lalitha Tripurasundari also called as Lalithambika. According to the Vedas, God is one without a second. Everything in this Universe is nothing but this divinity. Ordinarily, this abstract doctrine cannot easily be comprehensible to all. Most of the Hindu Puranas therefore present God in various forms including that of a human being so that this idea can be easily assimilated and adored. Lalitha Tripurasundari is one of the finest product of this line of thinking. The Lalitha Sahasranamam occurs in the Brahmanda Purana. It is a hymn that describes the 1000 various names of Sri Lalitha Tripurasundari as the Divine Mother. While doing so, the hymn provides a beautiful mix of poetry, romance, religion and philosophy. The Lalitha doctrine explains Goddess Lalitha as Chidswarupini and Anandarupini namely pure consciousness and blissful consciousness respectively. Human beings can remain cheerful in the world, like children playing by the side of their mother. Living exemplary lives, they finally find eternal rest on the lap of the Divine Mother. This is an audio book of the recitation of the Sahasranamam along with Purva Bhaga and Uttara Bhaga. I have separately published an audio book giving a brief overview by dividing the subject into sixteen segments. 

 

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An overview of Lalitha Saharanamam.
Sri Lalitha Sahasranamam: A Brief Overview

The Lalitha Sahasranamam is one of the important and famous hymns in the Hindu way of life. It is a hymn in praise of Lalitha Tripurasundari also called as Lalithambika. According to the Vedas, God is one without a second. Everything in this Universe is nothing but this divinity. Ordinarily, this abstract doctrine cannot easily be comprehensible to all. Most of the Hindu Puranas therefore present God in various forms including that of a human being so that this idea can be easily assimilated and adored. Lalitha Tripurasundari is one of the finest product of this line of thinking. The Lalitha Sahasranamam occurs in the Brahmanda Purana. It is a hymn that describes the 1000 various names of Sri Lalitha Tripurasundari as the Divine Mother. While doing so, the hymn provides a beautiful mix of poetry, romance, religion and philosophy. The Lalitha doctrine explains Goddess Lalitha as Chidswarupini and Anandarupini namely pure consciousness and blissful consciousness respectively. Human beings can remain cheerful in the world, like children playing by the side of their mother. Living exemplary lives, they finally find eternal rest on the lap of the Divine Mother. This audio book gives a brief overview by dividing the subject into sixteen segments along with recitation. I have also published another audio book separately reciting the hymn fully along with the Purva Bhaga and Uttara Bhaga. 

 

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Kandhar Sashti Kavacham
Kandhar Sashti Kavacham

According to the Vedas, the sacred texts of Hinduism, God is only one though in the Hindu way of life, he is worshipped in different forms. It is said that God manifests himself as this universe. Hence, creation, preservation and dissolution of this universe are considered as the three aspects of God which is represented respectively as Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva. According to mythology, Parvathy is the spouse of Shiva. They have two children, Ganesha and Karthikeya- Ganesha being elder and Karthikeya the younger. Karthikeya is also called as Skanda among many other names. In Tamil, he is popularly known as Murugan and Kandan. The Kanda Sashti Kavacham is one of the most powerful Tamil hymns dedicated to Lord Murugan. According to a legend there was a demon named Surapadman. He got a boon from Brahma that he can only be killed by a son of Lord Shiva. After getting this boon, he was harassing the benevolent beings known as the Devas. The Devas prayed to Shiva. Shiva opened his third eye and six sparks emanated from there. The fire god Agni carried these sparks and placed them in a pond where these six sparks became six babies. Parvati took all six babies and hugged them into one. And that child is Murugan. Murugan became the Commander-in-Chief of the army of the Devas and fought a battle with Surapadman. Goddess Parvathy gave a sacred spear called ‘Vel’ to Murugan. On the sixth day of the waxing phase of the Moon called Sashti in the month of Kartika (October-November), Murugan vanquished Surapadman. Hence that day is considered as auspicious for the worship of Lord Murugan.Kavacham means a shield. The name of Lord Murugan, his Vel and Sashti the day of his victory over the evil forces, are the armour which the devotees of Murugan wear as Kanda Sashti Kavacham, the shield for welfare, happiness and prosperity. 

 

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Ancient Sages of India.
Ancient Sages of India

The foundations of Hinduism are the eternal and super sensuous truths discovered by ancient Indian sages. Most of them are unknown. The truths discovered by them are known as the Vedas. Sages are the great souls who have found out the truth and devoted their life, energy and experience for the welfare of the people. They are extraordinary human beings having great wisdom, vast experience and character worthy of imitation. They gifted everything to the world without seeking fame or any kind of gain. Welfare of the world was their sole objective. According to Hindu chronology, the period of the ancient sages is till the end of Dwapara Yuga, which is about 5000 years back. The penetration of these sages in the subjects they dealt with is very profound and clear. The later generation just interpreted their work and followed their footsteps. India has been blessed from time immemorial by the advent of innumerable sages. In this audio book you can hear the stories of some of these known sages. 

 

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Great Saints of India.
Great Saints of India

Saints are the great souls who have devoted their life, energy and experience for the welfare of the people. They are extraordinary human beings having great wisdom, vast experience and character worthy of imitation. They gifted everything to the world without seeking fame or any kind of gain. Welfare of the world was their sole objective. India has been blessed from time immemorial by the advent of innumerable saints.This book contains stories of some of these known saints.

 

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Alwars, the Vaishnavite Saints
Alwars: The Vaishnavite Saints

The Alwars are a group of twelve ancient Vaishnava saints who lived in Tamil Nadu in the eighth and ninth centuries. They are famous for their poetry in praise of Lord Vishnu. The collection of their 4000 poems is known as the ‘Naalaayira Divya Prabhandam’. Among the Alwars, the first in the line up is Poigai Alwar, Bhudat Alwar and Pei Alwar. They are collectively called as "Mudhal Alwars" (the first Alwars) and belong to the same period of time. The other Alwars are Perialwar, Andal, Nammalwar, Madhura kavi Alwar, Tirumazhisai Alwar, Thondaridipodi Alwar, Tirumangai Alwar, Tiruppan Alwar and Kulasekara Alwar. The Nalayira Divya Prabandham is the collective corpus of the passionate hymns of the Alwars. These hymns are known as ‘Paasurams’. This audio book gives brief details of these twelve Alwars and their compositions. There is also the recitation of a sample pasuram of each of these Alwars in every chapter. 

 

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Yajurveda Sandhyavandhanam
Sandhyavandanam Mantras-Meaning (For followers of Yajurveda)

Sandhya Vandanam is one of the efficient spiritual rituals of the Hindus. It helps in the realisation of the Divinity of the Self called as Atman in Hindu philosophy. It is an obligatory daily ritual called as Nithya Karma. It is an all-round complete ritual which incorporates the principles of the Supreme Divinity referred to as Brahman. Each part of the ritual gives an external expression for the development of an internal mental attitude and spiritual feeling. In this process, there is an effort to bring about self-purification and attunement to the Cosmic Reality. The rituals are to be done thrice daily-early morning, at noon and at sunset. In the Hindu way of life, each person is primarily affiliated to a particular Vedic study, namely the Rig Veda, the Yajur Veda and the Sama Veda. Though the objectives are generally the same, there are variations in the mantras of these three vedas. This audio book is an attempt to give the meanings of some of the important Mantras of the Yajur Veda sect basically followed in the southern part of India. Based on the different stages of the ritual, it has been divided into eighteen chapters for the purpose of easy grasp and understanding by those who are not well-versed in the knowledge of these mantras. 

 

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Yajurveda Brahma Yagnam
A Brief summary of the Yajurveda Brahma Yagnam

Brahma Yagnam is one of the important daily rituals to be performed by those following the Sanatana Dharma particularly those belonging to the brahmin community. It is a very simple process and would involve approximately 10 to 15 minutes daily. As is well known, the Vedas have been classified into four groups by Sage Veda Vyasa as Rig Veda, Yajur Veda, Sama Veda and Atharvana Veda. Hinduism prescribes the learning, preserving and propagation of the Vedas particularly by the brahmin community. So, every day after the Sandhyavandana in the afternoon, the learning process of the Vedas is required to be done. As a prelude to this process, the first mantra from each of the four Vedas is recited. While doing so, other important deities are worshipped in brief and tarpana, which may be called as oblations in English, is given to the Devas, Rishis and Pitrus. This is the Brahma Yagnam. A brief summary of the various mantras contained in Brahma Yagnam relating to the Yajurveda followers is given in this audio book along with the recitation of the mantras. ​

 

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