Description: Vedic chant on Lord Shiva or Lord Rudra rendered by the famed Challakere Brothers (Sri M S Venugopal and Sri M S Srinivasan). The text of Taittiriya Samhita 4.5, 4.7, known as Shri Rudram Chamakam, is a Vedic stotra dedicated to Rudra.
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English Translation by Ramesh Krishnakumar, to the mesmerising chanting rendered by Vedic Priests of India This pre-eminent Vedic hymn to Lord Shiva and Rudra is chanted daily in Shiva temples throughout India. It is in this long prayer, located in the middle of the Yajur Veda, Taittiriya Samhita, that the Saivite mantra Namah Sivayaha appears. There are two parts for the Sri Rudram under the fourth chapter. The fifth Sub chapter is the Namakam and Seventh Sub Chapter is the Chamakam. Namakam - I bow to thee, Chamkam - is within me The Rudram has 11 sections or anuvakas. Each anuvaka has several mantras. The 1st, 10th and 11th anuvakas are PRAYERS to the Lord. The 2nd through 9th anuvakas are GLORIFICATIONS of the Lord. These chants are about His mahima or greatness. Therefore it is also called Shiva Mahimna Stotra. The sounds of this mantra connect you to your inner being. Listening and chanting it with deep understanding will give you the meaning of life, its pain, its bondage and shows the path to liberation through surrender to Lord Shiva and Lord Rudra.... the destruction and regenerative power the key to our evolution Shri Rudram is also known as Sri Rudraprasna, Satarudriya, and Rudradhyaya. Once you have learnt and understood the Sri Rudram in Sanskrit, you will feel a spiritual elevation
Sri Rudram sloka recited Shri Ramani Sastrigal and Party
OUR SITE: srisubramaniamthroupathai.webs.com The Shri Rudram (Sanskrit श्री रुद्रम्), to which the Chamakam (चमकम्) is added by scriptural tradition, is a Hindu stotra dedicated to Rudra (an epithet of Shiva), taken from the Yajurveda (TS 4.5, 4.7).Shri Rudram is also known as Sri Rudraprasna, Śatarudrīya, and Rudradhyaya. The text is important in Vedanta where Shiva is equated to the Universal Brahman. The hymn is an early example of enumerating the names of a deity,a tradition developed extensively in the sahasranama literature of Hinduism. By the first few centuries CE, the recitation of the Śatarudrīya is claimed, in the Jābala Upanishad, to lead to immortality.The hymn is referred to in the Shiva Purana. Aum Namo Bagavate Rudraya:
Sri Rudram is a beautiful Vedic Hymn in praise of Rudra, the Supreme Lord of Tapas. This video contains the recitation pertaining to the first anuvaka. The English transliteration and (not-so-authentic) translation can be found at: www.astrojyoti.com Om Tat Purushaya Vidhmahe Mahadevaya Dheemahe Thanno Rudra Prachodayath.
Shri Rudram recited by Shri Ramani Sastrigal and Party
Shri Rudram recited by Shri Ramani Sastrigal and Party
Elevating and heart-opening recitation of Shri Rudram, a sacred Chant from the Vedas. These Mantras are chanted by Harilal, Yoga Teacher and Yoga Therapist from Kerala/India. Live Recording from Yoga Vidya Ashram Germany. More Kirtan and Yoga Videos on my.yoga-vidya.org
English Translation by Ramesh Krishnakumar, to the mesmerising chanting rendered by Vedic Priests of India. This pre-eminent Vedic hymn to Lord Shiva and Rudra is chanted in Shiva temples throughout India and during yagna's. WIthin Anuvaka 11 is the famous Mritunjaya Mantra. Each anuvaka has several mantras. Shiva's duality as Rudra and Shiva... destroyer and granter of boons is highlighted, so also the nature as the omnipresent God potent in all directions.
Buy this CD at: www.superaudio.in Rudram, Chamakam, Purusha Suktam, Sri Suktam, Durga Suktam, Bhagya Suktam, Mritu Suktam, Navagraha Mantra and Mantra Pushpam.
OM Namo Bhagavathe Rudraya Namasthe Rudhra manyava Uthotha Ishave Nama Namsthosthu Dhanvane Bahubyam Uthathe Nama.1.1 Yatha ishu siva thamaa shivam babuva the dhanu, Shivaa sharavyaa yaa thava thaya no rudhra mrudaya. 1.2 Yaa the shivaa thanu raghoraa...
English Translation by Ramesh Krishnakumar, to the mesmerising chanting rendered by Vedic Priests of India. This pre-eminent Vedic hymn to Lord Shiva and Rudra is chanted in Shiva temples throughout India and during yagna's. Each anuvaka has several mantras. Shiva is the cause and the effect, te universal concept of regeneration and evolution Listening and chanting it with deep understanding will give you the meaning of life. Once you have learnt and understood the Sri Rudram in Sanskrit, you will feel a spiritual elevation
Homage to Lord Shiva / Rudra Performance of Yagnopaveetam and daily Sandhyavadhanam are MANDATORY for Vedic chanting.Vedic Chantings are the exclusive property of the Hindu Religion & Faith, emanating from the supreme Godhead Krishna, the source of all sources. Any claims otherwise is an OFFENCE to Hindus and their way of life.
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