Shri Sudarshana Ashtakam with meaning for Removing Fear, Obstacles and Illness.

Hari Om Shri Sudarshana Ashtakam was composed by Shri Vedanta Desikacharya of Thoppil. Shri sudarshana Ashtakam is one of the most powerful prayers dedicated to Lord Sudarshana, the main weapon of Lord Vishnu. It is believed that those who chant Sudarshana Ashtakam with devotion will fulfill all his desires and will be able to remove any … Continue reading Shri Sudarshana Ashtakam with meaning for Removing Fear, Obstacles and Illness.

COVID-19 – Prayers and Mantras for removal of fear and protection

Hari Om God does not want to see or talk to us now as He is very angry with all of us (Humanity) for consistently flouting and abusing the rules of Dharma — Non-violence, righteousness, togetherness, and tolerance. That is why all Gods of Temples, Churches and Mosques have closed their doors refusing to see … Continue reading COVID-19 – Prayers and Mantras for removal of fear and protection

Spiritual Response to COVID-19

Hari Om Do not panic The more vulnerable we feel, the more anxious we get. There is strong evidence that anxiety can dramatically weaken the immune system, making us even more vulnerable to the virus. To get out of the vicious loop, we need to deal positively with our anxiety. As recalled and reminded appropriately … Continue reading Spiritual Response to COVID-19

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

Goswami Tulsidas – The Great Saint and Author of The Ram-Charit-Manas (Ramayan)

Hari Om Tulsidas was born in Rajpur, in the district of Banda in Uttar Pradesh, in Samvat 1589 or 1532 A.D. He was a Sarayuparina Brahmin by birth and is regarded as an incarnation of Valmiki, the author of Ramayana written in Sanskrit. His father’s name was Atmaram Shukla Dube and his mother’s name Hulsi. … Continue reading Goswami Tulsidas – The Great Saint and Author of The Ram-Charit-Manas (Ramayan)

Sathru Samhara Ver (Vel) pathigam for protection from any form of Fear or Attack (including COVID-19)

Hari Om Sathru  Samhara Ver Pathigam The poem on Vel (in Tamil) which kills the enemies (Composed by Deva Raya Swamigal) This powerful prayer removes road blocks in life. Sri Devaraya Swamigal composed these hymns in simple beautiful Tamil for people to nullify the evil or negative forces (both seen and unseen) with the help of Lord … Continue reading Sathru Samhara Ver (Vel) pathigam for protection from any form of Fear or Attack (including COVID-19)

WHY WE WORSHIP Lord SIVA?

Hari Om From time immemorial the Hindus are worshipping God Siva who is master of truth, beauty and bliss. From the highest Himalayas on the north down to Rameswar in the south and from Chandranath hill on the east to Dwarka on the west the whole of India is filled up with Siva-temples here and … Continue reading WHY WE WORSHIP Lord SIVA?

Tirujnana Sambandhar

Hari Om Sambandhar took his birth in a Brahmin family in Sirkali in the district of Tanjore which is also known by the name Brahmapuri. He was born of Bhagavati and Sivapadahridayar. Bhagavati and Sivapadahridayar went to the tank to take their bath. The child also accompanied his parents. They left the child on the … Continue reading Tirujnana Sambandhar

Narada Bhakthi Sutra with English Meaning

Hari Om 1. Atha tho Bakthim vyakyasyama Now I will explain in detail what is meant by Bhakthi (devotion to God) 2. Saa tasmin Parama prema roopa Devotion to God is personification of intense(highest) love towards Him. 3. Amrutha swaroopa cha It also is deathless or as sweet as nectar (or it also confers deathlessness … Continue reading Narada Bhakthi Sutra with English Meaning

Shiva Panchakshara Stotra

Hari Om Lord Shiva is the destroyer among the trinity (Brahmā, Vishnu and Shiva) and is worshipped as their main deity by millions of Hindu devotees. The holy word chant to worship him is made of five letters and is popularly called Panchakshara- “Na Ma Si Va ya”. In this popular stotra each of these … Continue reading Shiva Panchakshara Stotra