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Achyutashtakam praises Lord Vishnu and his significant forms with spiritual hymn and composition. It blesses people with soothing energy and spiritual connection with the universe’s consciousness whenever someone is in pain or obstacle.
Aditya Hriday Stotra
Aditya Hriday Stotra was taught to Lord Ram by Rishi Agastya at a moment of despair during the epic battle of Ramayan. It is this prayer, which praises the Sun God, through which Ram obtained the strength and the power to defeat Ravan.
Anjali Geet
In remembrance.
Bhagvad Gita Chapter-01
Bhagavad Gita’s chapter 1 includes 47 verses, and it is known as Arjun Vishad Yog. Chapter 1 is describing Arjun’s moral dilemma when he is standing against his own family. He is questioning Krishna whether it is right or not to kill the most righteous elders of the same family?
Bhagvad Gita Chapter-02
Bhagvad Gita - Chapter 2 - Sankhya Yog
Bhagvad Gita Chapter-03
Bhagvad Gita - Chapter 3 - Karma Yog
Bhagvad Gita Chapter-04
Bhagvad Gita - Chapter 4 - Gnan Karma Sanyas Yog
Bhagvad Gita Chapter-05
Fifth chapter of Bhagvad Gita (Sanyas Yog) is where Krushna nobly demystifies how both ways - Sanyas and Gruhasth - have same goal but path of selfless devotional action with inner renunciation is better since everything belongs to him and there is nothing is one’s to abandon. 
Bhagvad Gita Chapter-06
Bhagvad Gita - Chapter 6 - Atma Sayyam Yog
Bhagvad Gita Chapter-07
Bhagvad Gita - Chapter 7 - Gnan Vignan Yog
Bhagvad Gita Chapter-08
Bhagvad Gita - Chapter 8 - Akshar Brahma Yog
Bhagvad Gita Chapter-09
Bhagvad Gita - Chapter 9 - Rajvidya Rajguhya Yog
Bhagvad Gita Chapter-10
Bhagvad Gita - Chapter 10 - Vibhuti Yog
Bhagvad Gita Chapter-11
Chapter 11 of Bhagavad Gita is where Krushna shows his universal form to Arjun. Arjun, filled with awe, realizes the immense reach, power and might that Krushna has.
Bhagvad Gita Chapter-12
Bhagavad Gita Chapter 12 or the Bhaktiyog is one of the most famous and most recited chapter. Krushna provides eloquent explanation and qualities of the one that truly knows how to worship.
Bhagvad Gita Chapter-13
This chapter brings more enlightenment to the subject of embodiment and soul. It is often known as Kshetra Kshetragna Vibhag Yog or The Yoga of Difference between the Field and Field-Knower, and it contains 34 verses.
Bhagvad Gita Chapter-14
Bhagavad Gita’s Chapter 14 is divided into 27 verses, and it is known as Gunatray Vibhag Yog or the Yog of The Division Of Three Gunas. Here, the conversation between Krishna and Arjun takes a deep turn into the analysis of Purush and Prakriti.
Bhagvad Gita Chapter-15
Chapter 15 is known as the Purushottam Yog or The Yog Of The Supreme Purusha, and it is divided into 20 verses. Krushna discloses the secret meaning of the term ‘ultimate person’ in this chapter followed by an explanation of the material world and the power of nonattachment.
Bhagvad Gita Chapter-16
This chapter of Bhagavad Gita is known as Daivasur Sampad Vibhag Yog or The Yoga of the Division between the Divine and the Demonic. With elaborative 24 verses, this chapter explains different traits of a person’s divine nature and demonic nature as per Krushna’s perspective.
Bhagvad Gita Chapter-17
This chapter explains Krushna’s model for the nature of all three Gunas. It is often known as Shraddhatray Vibhag Yog or The Yoga of the Threefold Faith, and it is divided into 28 verses.
Bhagvad Gita Chapter-18
The final chapter of Bhagavad Gita is the longest chapter of the text as it involves a complete summary of Krushna’s teaching. It is known as Moksha Sanyas Yog or The Yog of Liberation and Renunciation, and it is explained in 78 verses.
Authored by Adi Shankaracharya
Chandipath Chapter - 01
Chandipath Chapter - 01
Chandipath Chapter - 02
Chandipath Chapter - 02
Chandipath Chapter - 03
Chandipath Chapter - 03
Chandipath Chapter - 04
Chandipath Chapter - 04
Chandipath Chapter - 05
Chandipath Chapter - 05
Chandipath Chapter - 06
Chandipath Chapter - 06
Chandipath Chapter - 07
Chandipath Chapter - 07
Chandipath Chapter - 08
Chandipath Chapter - 08
Chandipath Chapter - 09
Chandipath Chapter - 09
Chandipath Chapter - 10
Chandipath Chapter - 10
Chandipath Chapter - 11
Chandipath Chapter - 11
Chandipath Chapter - 12
Chandipath Chapter - 12
Daily Vedic Pooja
This Puja is called “shodopachara” and is performed widely as part of the vedic rituals. It aims at removing all negative energies and purifies your mind and body. This purification results in naturally positive thoughts and actions intended to bring in all good things to your life and people around you.
Dakshinamurthy Stotra
Authored by Adiguru Shankaracharya, this is a stotra praising Lord Dakshinamurthy.
Devi Aparadh Kshamapan Stotra
Authored by Adi Shankaracharya
Devi Mahatmya Argala
Devi Mahatmya Argala Stotra
Devi Mahatmya Kavach
Devi Mahatmya Kavach
Devi Mahatmya Kilak
Devi Mahatmya Kilak
Devi Mantra
Ya Devi Sarva Bhuteshu is a classic mantra seeking peace, benefits and abundance across multiple dimensions.
Dus Disha Mantra
Mantra celebrating the 10 directions and the Gods that reside in each direction.
Dutt Bavani
Prayer of 52 verses with tales of glory for Lord Dutt.
Ek Shloki Bhagwat
Bhagwat Puran is one of the longest and best literature in Indian mythology. But can you believe that the entire story and its essence can be summarized in a single shlok?
Ek Shloki Devi Bhagvat
Devi Bhagvat is a literature revering the power of Goddess. It celebrates the feminine power. But can you imagine the entire literature being summarized in a single shlok (verse)?
Ek Shloki Ramayan
Ramayan is considered one of the two greatest epics in Hindu mythology. Can you believe that an epic of that size is summarized in a single shlok (verse)?
Ganga Stotra
Authored by Adi Shankaracharya praising many qualitites of River Ganga
Ganpati Atharvashirsh
A very famous prayer for Lord Ganesha.
Ganpati Vandna
Lord Ganpati or Lord Ganesh - remover of all obstacles.
Guru Vandana
Gu = Darkness. Ru = Remover. Guru gives us the path from darkness to light. Guru embodies the trinity of Gods.
Hanuman Chalisa
40 verses with tales of glory for Lord Hanuman
A beautiful prayer for Lord Krishna by Adi Shankaracharya.
Lalita Panchakam
Goddess Lalita is worshiped as a "Tripur Sundari" other words, the most beautiful one in all 3 realms. Worshiping, praising, eulogizing, uttering and remembering her as the very first thing in the morning fills the day with pure bliss.
Everything is beautiful about Lord Krishna.
Mare Mathe Hajaar Haath Vaalo
A beautiful bhajan in Gujarati reminding that Almighty God is constantly watching over you and protecting you every step of the way.
Rivers have played a critical role in any civilization. Narmada, one of the largest rivers in India has played a pivotal role in providing water and life-line to states of Madhya Pradesh and Gujarat in India. Narmadashtakam is a beautiful 8-verse stotra praising qualities of River Narmada.
Authored by Adi Shankaracharya
Pundalik was transformed at Rishi Kukkut's hermitage and made it his goal to serve his parents. So much so that when God Pandurang came to give him blessings, Pundalik told God to wait on a brick until he finished serving his father. Pandurang waited and promised to stay at that spot eternally.
Purusha Suktam
Purusha Suktam
Ram Raksha Stotra
Prayer for Lord Rama
A 8-verse prayer composed by Adi Shankaracharya praising the divine form of Ranganath of Lord Vishnu
Goswami Tulsidas praising many qualities of Lord Shiva in the form of Rudra.
Sankat Mochan Hanumanashtakam
8 verses with tales of glory for Lord Hanuman
Sankatnashan Ganesh Stotra
A very famous prayer for Lord Ganesha.
Saraswati Stotra (Gujarati)
Saraswati Stotra (Gujarati)
Saraswati Stotra (Sanskrit)
Stotra describing and elaborating qualities of Goddess Saraswati, goddess of education and art
Saraswati Vandna
Saraswati is the Goddess of knowledge and wisdom. She helps us remove the rust that settles over the knowledge that should be guiding us.
Shakraday Stuti
Chapter 4 of Chandi Path.
Shambhu Sharane Padi
Beautiful Gujarati Stuti of Lord Shiv
Shani Mantra
A short shlok about Shani - one of the 9 Grah (Celestial Bodies).
Shiv Mahimna Stotra
Authored by Pushpadant with tales of glory for Lord Shiv.
Shiv Manas Puja
Authored by Adi Shankaracharya, a prayer describing physical and metaphysical offerings to Lord Shiva
Shiv Panchakshar Stotra
"Om Namah Shivay" is one of the most recognizable mantra (chant) in Hinduism worshiping Lord Shiv. Shiv Panchakshar Stotra highlights and emphasizes the qualities of those 5 syllables Na-Mah-Shi-Va-Y.
Shiv Tandav Stotra
Authored by Ravana, stotra praising Lord Shiva
Shree Krushna Sharanam Mamah
Shree Krushna Sharanam Mamah - one of the best and most popular Krushna prayers.
Shree Ram Chandra Krupalu
"Shri Ramachandra Krupalu" or "Shri Ram Stuti" is a prayer written by Goswami Tulsidas.
Shree Suktam
Prayer for Goddess Lakshmi
Siddhi Lakshmi Stotra
Stotra praising Goddess Lakshmi, giver of all types of wealth
Ved Saar Shiv Stav Stotra
A stotra worshiping Lord Shiva
Vishnu Sahastra Naam
1000 names of Lord Vishnu recited by Bhishma on his deathbed to Yudhishthir at Kurukshetra battlefield during the epic battle of Mahabharat.
Vishnu Vandna
A short shlok praising Lord Vishnu.
Vishwambhari Stuti
Vishwambhari Stuti is a Gujarati hymn praising Goddess Durga. It is a 12-verse prayer that examines the progression of the devotee's thought process. When in sorrow, it is natural to blame everyone, even Goddess. But as one delves deeper, one realizes that it is the Goddess that is omnipresent and the ultimate protector.
Composed by Adiguru Shankaracharya, this is a beautiful 8-verse stotra praising qualities of River Yamuna.


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