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Author: ādi śaṅkarācārya nārāyaṇa nārāyaṇa jaya govinda hare || nārāyaṇa nārāyaṇa jaya gopāla hare || karuṇāpārāvāra varuṇālayagambhīra nārāyaṇa || 1 || ghananīradasaṅkāśa kṛtakalikalmaṣanāśana nārāyaṇa || 2 || yamunātīravihāra dhṛtakaustub...
Devotional Stotram (Priya Sisters)
Priya Sisters Narayana Sthothram Part 1
Dedicated to Jit Shukla who requested this video. Kanakadhara Stotram One day in the sacred Rishi tradition Bhagvadpada Sri Adi Sankarachrya went to one old woman's house for alms (biksha). She was so poor, she was not having a proper dress and anything worth the name to give as biksha. So with the entrance door of her house slightly ajar, she reached out swamiji with her hand stretched and dropped one amlaka fruit (which was the only thing available in her house) into the hands of Sri Sankaracharya. Sri Sankaracharya was deeply touched at the plight and haplessness of the woman - So he chanted Kanakadharaa stotram and prayed Goddess Lakshmi to extend Her Grace on the woman. The giver of wealth Goddess Lakshmi showered as rain - Golden Amlaka fruits in the house of the old woman. This Stotram has been acclaimed as Kanaka Dharaa Stavam - and it is sure to bless all devotees who extol Sri Devi with all unflinching devotion. www.telugubhakti.com Translation: mailerindia.com Music by the Bombay Sisters Pics courtesty of lordvishnu0.tripod.com
05 Priya Sisters Sadasatswarupam Sai Mahima Stotram
siva panchakshari stotram written by Adi shankara charya. He explains the meaning of each letter of panchakshari mantra ' om namah sivaya'.
Narayana Stotram by Sri Sankaracarya
Narayana stotram video is offered at the lotus feet of Sriman Narayana. Narayana, Narayana Jaya Govinda Hare, Narayana, Narayana Jaya Gopala Hare. Karunaaparaavara varunalaya Gambeera. Narayana 1 Nava neeradha Sankasa, krutha kali kalmasha nasana Narayana 2 Yamuna theera vihara, drutha kousthubha mani hara, Narayana 3 Peethambara paridhana, sura kalyani nidhana,, Narayana 4 Manjula Gunja bhoosha, maya manusha vesha, Narayana 5 Radhadhara Madhu rasika, rajanikara kula thilaka, Narayana 6 Murali Gana Vinodha, Veda sthutha bhoo pada, Narayana 7 Varija bhooshabharana Rajiva Rukmani ramana Narayana 9 Jalaruha sannibha nethra, Jagadarambaka Suthra Narayana 10 Pathakara janee samhara, karunalaya mamudhara Narayana 11 Aghabhakakshaya kamsare, Kesava Krishna Murare, Narayana 12 Hataka nibha peethambhara, Abhayam kuru may mavara Narayana 13 Dasaratha Raja Kumara, dhanava madha Samhara Narayana 14 Govardhana giri Ramana, Gopi Manasa Harana, Narayana 15 Sarayu theera vihara, sajjana rishi mandhara Narayana 16 Viswamithra Maghathra, Vividha parasu charithra Narayana 17 Dwaja vajarangusa pada, Dharani sudha saha modha, Narayana 18 Janaka sutha prathipala, jaya jaya samsmruthi leela Narayana 19 Dasaradha Vadruthi bhara, Dandaka Vana Sanchara Narayana 20 Mushtika chanura samhara, muni manasa vihara Narayana 21 Vali nigraha Sourya, Vara Sugreeva hitharya, Narayana 22 Mamuralikara deevara, Palaya, palaya sreedara, Narayana 23 Jala nidhi bandhana Dheera, Ravana kanda vidhara, Narayana 24 ...
English Translation by Ramesh Krishnakumar, to the stirring rendering by Priya Sisters This Divine Hymn to the Goddess Ganga who symbolises the power of evolution bestowed on Earth due to penances and divine will. This hymn is considered to be powerful and beneficial to those who recite or listen. Adi Sankara one of the greatest Hindu saints and has written this composition on Goddess Ganga
Visit www.hindudevotionalblog.com for Lyrics of Bhavani Ashtakam Stotra. Bhavanyastakam Sloka written by Adi Sankaracharya. Goddess Bhavani, the ferocious aspect of Hindu Goddess Parvati Devi.
MS Subbulakshmi Lakshmi Narayana Sthothram
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This is a very beautiful stotra of Goddess Lakshmi. It is created by Param Poojya Adi Shankaracharya. It is in Sanskrit and it is a praise of Goddess Lakshmi. We know that Adi Shankaracharya was sanyasi. He has nothing to ask for himself from Goddess Lakshmi. This stotra was created by him for the people who were very poor. They can't afford to purchase even food. Adi Shankaracharya was very much moved when he saw such poverty and he created this beautiful KanakaDhara Stotra. It may be a myth but it is said that after completion and listening of this stotra, Goddess Lakshmi poured a shower of Gold coins. We know that in India when we praise a person in front of his wife, Wife becomes very pleased. The same way Adi in this stotra first praised God Vishnu with all his names Narayan, Mukund, Keshav, Hari, Madhusudan and by many other names. He also is calling Goddess Lakshmi as Vakdevata, Shakambhari, Parvati and Lakshmi. He is also saying that Goddess is ShrutiRupa, RatiRupa, Shaktiswarupa and Purushottam priya Pushti. Finally he says that "I bow to Kamala who is having a beautiful face like a beautiful lotus. I bow to Shri Devi who is a daughter of an Ocean or who is came out of an Ocean. I bow to the sister of Moon and Sudha. I bow to the wife of Bhagwan Narayan." He further says that when we worship Goddess Lakshmi, we receive her blessings which fulfill our desires, we become wealthy. Hence he worship Goddess Lakshmi with his mind, words (Praise) and body. He says to ...
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