Shri Lalitha Pancharatna Stotra with Meaning

Hari Om Shri Lalitha Pancharatna Stotra starting with Pratha Smarami Lalitha Vadanaravindam is a devotional hymn of Goddess Lalita Tripurasundari, composed by Adi Shankara Bhagavadpata. Maa Lalita Tripurasundari is the presiding deity of Srichakra (Sriyantra). The goddess Tripura in her aspect as shodasi is represented as a sixteen years old girl,and is believed to be the … Continue reading Shri Lalitha Pancharatna Stotra with Meaning

Kanaka Dhara Stotra (The Hymn on Goddess Mahalakshmi for Prosperity)

Hari Om Bhagavatpada Sri Adi Sankara was one of the greatest saints of Sanatana Dharma. He was born in a poor Brahmin family in Kerala. After brahmopadesa, as part of our traditional beliefs, he was asked to beg alms for his lunch. One day when he went to a brahmin house, the house lady was … Continue reading Kanaka Dhara Stotra (The Hymn on Goddess Mahalakshmi for Prosperity)

Sri Lalithambigai Temple at Thirumeyachur – The Temple where Lalitha Sahasranama was chanted first on Earth by Sage Agasthya

Hari Om The powerful Lord Shiva Temple of Meganathaswami is located in Thirumeyachur, 18 kms from Mayavaram and 33 km from Kumbakonam. Moolavar is Lord Siva, known here as Meganatha Swami. Though the moolavar is Lord Shiva, this is a temple of ambal (Divine mother) importance. The temple is famous for mother Sri Lalithambigai. It is … Continue reading Sri Lalithambigai Temple at Thirumeyachur – The Temple where Lalitha Sahasranama was chanted first on Earth by Sage Agasthya

Devi Argala Stuti with Meaning – for Getting Through Tough Times of Life

Hari Om Shree Matre Namah! Devi Argala Stotram, is a collection of powerful mantras, which can help devotees to get them through tough times and solve all the problems that a devotee is facing in his or her life. Durga Saptasati Argala Stotram has the packed power of Goddess Durga, which cannot be contained in … Continue reading Devi Argala Stuti with Meaning – for Getting Through Tough Times of Life

The Divine Mother (DEVI) -–The Great Goddess Worship

Hari Om “The Great Goddess, known in India as Devi (literally “goddess”), has many guises. She is “Ma” the gentle and approachable mother. As Jaganmata, or Mother of the universe, she assumes cosmic proportions, destroying evil and addressing herself to the creation and dissolution of the worlds. She is worshiped by thousands of names that … Continue reading The Divine Mother (DEVI) -–The Great Goddess Worship

Powerful Sri Maha Prathyangira Devi Temple at Ayyavadi

Hari Om Prathyangira Devi also called Narasimhi, Narashimhika and Atharvana Bhadrakali is powerful Goddess associated with Shakti worship. She is a form of Adi Parashakti and is the consort of Sarabeswara. She is described as a goddess with a male lion’s face and a female human body representing the union of Shiva and Shakti. She … Continue reading Powerful Sri Maha Prathyangira Devi Temple at Ayyavadi

The Mysterious Devi Temple in Bihar where The Idols Speak To Each Other at Night.

Hari Om Shree Matre Namah! Miracles do occur. In a nation like India, where people believe in superstitions and are religious, miracles tend to happen frequently. The famous Sri Raja Rajeswari Tripura Sundari temple at Bastar, Bihar, attracts millions of devotees from across the country. The temple, dedicated to Goddess Durgamataji, is a revered place … Continue reading The Mysterious Devi Temple in Bihar where The Idols Speak To Each Other at Night.

Tripura Sundari Temple, Tripura

Hari Om Shree Matre Namah ! Tripura Sundari Temple, one of the 51 Sakthi Preethas, is situated in the ancient Udaipur, about 55 km from Agartala,Tripura, believed to be one of the powerful and sacred Hindu shrines in North East part of the country. The temple which is well known as Matabari, crowns in a … Continue reading Tripura Sundari Temple, Tripura

Dasa Maha Vidya Stotra

Hari Om The ten forms of Divine Mother are known as the Dasa Mahavidyas. Each form has her own name and mantras. The Dasa Mahavidyas are Wisdom Goddesses. Dasa means ten, maha means great, and vidya means wisdom. The Dasa Mahavidyas are considered forms of Divine Mother Kali, who is the first of the then … Continue reading Dasa Maha Vidya Stotra

Sri Lalitha Trishathi Stotram

Hari Om Lalitha Trishathi stotram is a powerful, efficacious and famous matra, which is essentially a dialogue between Lord Hayagriva and Agastya in the Brahmandapurana. It critically holds one of the primary keys to the extremely shielded Shodasakshari shloka of Devi. The powerful Shree Chakra is worshiped with this mantra. Hayagriva is the incarnation of … Continue reading Sri Lalitha Trishathi Stotram