SURYA BHAGAWAN – A Vedic Perspective

Hari Om Surya and Savitri are two names by which the Sun is commonly addressed in the Vedic hymns. Sometimes one name is used exclusively, sometimes they are used interchangeably, and sometimes they are used as though they represented quite distinct objects. It is supposed that Savitri refers to the sun when invisible; whilst Surya … Continue reading SURYA BHAGAWAN – A Vedic Perspective

Ratha Sapthami (Birth day of Surya Bhagawan)

Hari Om Sri Siva Surya Narayanaya Namaha! Ratha Sapthami (Birth day of Surya Bhagawan - Surya Jayanthi) falls on 1st February 2020 this year. Ratha Saptami is dedicated to Lord Surya, the Hindu Sun God. As per the tradition in Hinduism, Lord Surya is believed to ride a chariot driven by seven horses – this … Continue reading Ratha Sapthami (Birth day of Surya Bhagawan)

Adithya Hrudayam (by Sage Agasthya) with Meaning

Adithya Hrudayam (The heart of the Sun God) Possibly this prayer is the greatest addressed to the Sun God and takes place in Ramayana's Yudha Kanda. Lord Rama was unable to kill him after an endless battle with Ravana and was tired and perplexed. At that time the devas who have gathered in the sky … Continue reading Adithya Hrudayam (by Sage Agasthya) with Meaning

Sri Rudram – Benefits of chanting the most powerful Shivji Vedic Hymn

Hari Om Vedas are the roots of our Hindu dharma. It contains prayers and instructions for good way of life, progeny, prosperity, good health and happiness, besides ways to attain bliss. They also guide on the welfare state, warfare, medicine, jyotisha sastra and many other knowledge domains. Vedas speak greatly of Lord Siva in many … Continue reading Sri Rudram – Benefits of chanting the most powerful Shivji Vedic Hymn