Jai Jagdeesh Hare Aarti:

Om Jaya Jagadeesha harey Swaami Jaya Jagadeesha harey Bhakta janon key sankata, daas jano key sankata, Kshana mein door Karey – Om Jaya Jagadeesha harey .. Jo Dhyaavey Phala Paavey Dukha Vinasey Mana kaa Sukha Sampati Ghara Aavey, Kashta Mitey Tana kaa – Om Jaya … Maat Pitaa Tum Merey …

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jai jagdish hare aarti lyrics

In the Hindu household, dusk and dawn, hold a special significance as far as prayer is concerned, as it is during this transition (From dawn to morning, and dusk to evening) that negativity needs to be burnt and righteousness welcomed. Traditionally the ‘Aarti’ is performed during the morning and evening …

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Durga Saptashati: Inquiring Beyond the Stories

The Durga Saptashati consists of 700 slokas, or verses, divided into three parts — the first relating to Maha Kali, the second to Maha Lakshmi, and the third to Maha Saraswati. || Om prathama charitrasya. BrahmA Rishihi. MahA KalI Devata. NandA shaktiH RakthadhantikA bljaM. Agnisthatvam, Rig Veda SwarUpam. SrI MahAkAlI …

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budhapanchavimsatinama sotram lyrics in english

asya sri budhapanchavimsatinama stotrasya, prajapatih risihi trist up chandaha , budho devata 1 budhaprityartham jape viniyogaha budho buddhimatam srestho buddhidata dhanapradaha ! priyangukalika syamaha kanjanetro manoharah !! 2 grihopamo rouhine yo nakshatrese dayakaraha ! viruddhakaryahanta cha soumyo buddhivivardhanaha !! 3 chandratmajo visnurupi jnanijno jnaninayakaha ! grahapdaharo dara putra dhanya pasupradha …

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sri mahalakshmi ashtakam stotram lyrics in english

1 namastestu mahamaye sripithe surapujite ! sankha chakragadahaste mahalakshmi namostu te !!  2 namaste garudarudhe kolasurabhayankari ! sarvapapahare devi mahalakshmi namostu te !! 3  sarvajni sarvavarade sarvadustabhayankari ! sarva dukhahare  devi mahalakshmi namostu te !! 4  siddhibuddhi prade devi buktimuktipradayini ! mantramurte mahadevi mahalakshmi namostu te !! 5  adyantarahite devi …

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KARTIGAIDEEPAM festival DaY

ON THE full moon day of the month of Kartigai (November-December) which falls on the ascension of the Kritigai star, the Hindus celebrate the Kartigai Deepam. It is on this day that the huge beacon is lit on the holy hill Arunachala, in South India. Once Lord Shiva assumed the …

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Holi festival national geographic

IN DAYS of yore, there were communities of cannibals in India. They caused much havoc. They threatened the lives of many innocent people. One of them was Holika or Putana. She took immense delight in devouring children. Sri Krishna destroyed her and thus saved the little children. Even today, the …

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