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Radha maa Mantras | OFFLINE | HD Audio |Repeat | FREE | HD God image Radha is an important goddess in theVaishnavism tradition of Hinduism, as well as an aspect of theShaktism tradition. She is a goddess whose traits, manifestations,descriptions, and roles vary with region. Since the earliest times,she has been associated with one of the most popular Hindu gods,the cowherd Krishna.[2] In the early Indian literature, hermentions are illusive and not as common as other major goddesses ofHinduism, but during the Bhakti movement era she became popularamong Krishna devotees whose strength is her love. According toJaya Chemburkar, there are at least two significant and differentaspects of Radha in the literature associated with her, such asSriradhika namasahasram. One aspect is she is a milkmaid (Gopi),another as a female deity similar to those found in the Hindugoddess traditions.[13] She also appears in Hindu arts as ardhanariwith Krishna, that is an iconography where half of the image isRadha and the other half is Krishna. This is found in sculpturesuch as those discovered in Maharashtra, and in texts such as ShivaPurana and Brahmavaivarta Purana.[14] In these texts, thisardhanari is sometimes referred to as Ardharadhavenudhara murti,and it symbolizes the complete union and inseparability of Radhaand Krishna. Radha's depictions vary from being an already marriedwoman who becomes an adulterous lover of Krishna in a secondaryrole,[8] to being dual divinity equal to Krishna in Jayadeva's GitaGovinda, to being supreme object of devotional love for bothKrishna and devotees in Rupa Gosvami's tradition. In some Hindusub-traditions, Radha is conceptualized as a goddess who breakssocial norms by leaving her marriage, and entering into arelationship with Krishna to pursue her love.[8] According to HeidiPauwels, it is a "hotly debated issue" whether Radha was alreadymarried or had an affair with Krishna while she remainedmarried.[15] Several Hindu texts allude to these circumstances.Radha's story has inspired many paintings. Above: Radha waiting forKrishna by Raja Ravi Varma. According to David Kinsley, a professorof Religious Studies known for his studies on Hindu goddesses, theKrishna-Radha love story is a metaphor for divine-humanrelationship, where Radha is the human devotee or soul who isfrustrated with the past, obligations to social expectations andthe ideas she inherited, who then longs for real meaning, the truelove, the divine (Krishna). This metaphoric Radha (soul) finds newliberation in learning more about Krishna, bonding in devotion andwith passion. 1008 names of Radha राधा के १००८ नाम Jaya Radha जयराधा Radha Chalisa राधा चालीसा Shri Krishna Stuti श्री कृष्णास्तुति Radharani राधारानी Om Radha Krishnaya Namaha ॐ राधा कृष्णायनमः Radha Gayatri Mantra राधा गायत्री मंत्र 108 Names of SriRadharani राधा के १०८ नाम

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Hanuman Mantras | PLAY OFFLINE | HD Audio | Repeat Option | FREE |HD God images Hanuman also known as Mahavira or Bajrangbali, is aHindu god and an ardent devotee of the god Rama. He is a centralfigure in the Hindu epic Ramayana and its various versions. As heis Chiranjeevi, he is also mentioned in several other texts,including Mahabharata, the various Puranas and some Jain texts.Vanara (monkey),Lord Hanuman participated in Rama's war against thedemon king Ravana. Several texts also present him as an incarnationof Lord Shiva. He is the son of Anjana and Kesari, and is alsodescribed as the son of the wind-god Vayu, who according to severalstories, played a role in his birth. Hanuman is a monkey god. He isa noble hero and great devotee of Lord Rama of the Ramayana. Thisdeity is a provider of courage, hope, knowledge, intellect anddevotion. He is pictured as a robust monkey holding a mace (gada)which is a sign of bravery and having a picture of Lord Ramatatooed on his chest which is a sign of his devotion to Lord Rama.He is also called Mahaveera (the great hero ) or Pavan-suta (son ofair) or Bajarangbali. The Sanskrit texts mention several legendsabout how Hanuman got his name. One legend is that Indra, the kingof the gods, struck Hanuman's jaw during his childhood (see below).The child received his name from the Sanskrit words Hanu ("jaw")and -man (or -mant, "prominent" or "disfigured"). The name thusmeans "one with prominent or disfigured jaw". Another theory saysthe name derives from the Sanskrit words Han ("killed" or"destroyed") and maana (pride); the name implies "one whose pridewas destroyed".[2]:31–32 Some Jain texts mention that Hanuman spenthis childhood on an island called Hanuruha, which is the origin ofhis name.[2]:189 According to another theory, the name "Hanuman"derives from the proto-Dravidian word for male monkey (ana-mandi),which was later Sanskritized to "Hanuman" (see historicaldevelopment below). Linguistic variations of "Hanuman" includeHanumat, Anuman (Tamil), Hanumantha (Kannada), Hanumanthudu(Telugu), Anoman (Indonesian), Andoman (Malay) and Hunlaman (Lao).Other names of Hanuman include: * Anjaneya,[3] Anjaniputra,'Anjaneyar (Tamil), Anjaneyudu (Telugu), Anjanisuta all meaning"the son of Anjana". * Kesari Nandan ("son of Kesari") *Marutinandan, Pavanputra, Vaataatmaja: "the son of the wind-godVayu"; the deity who carried Hanuman to Anjana's womb * BajrangBali, "the strong one (bali), who had limbs (anga) as hard as avajra (bajra)"; this name is widely used in rural NorthIndia.[2]:31–32 * Sang Kera Pemuja Dewa Rama, Hanuman, theIndonesian for "The mighty devotee ape of Rama, Hanuman" Chantingthe hanuman mantras will bring joy, peace and money to the wholefamily. H or Ha or Han or Hanu or Hanuma Or Hanuman all leads tolord hanuman who is the destroyer of all evils in life. 1008 NamesOf Hanuman हनुमानजी के १००८ नाम Shri Hanuman Kavach श्री हनुमान कवचHanuman Mantra हनुमान मंत्र Shreeman Narayan Narayan Hari Hariश्रीमान नारायण नारायण हरी हरी Hanuman Mantra for Success हनुमानमंत्र फॉर सक्सेस Hanuman Chalisa हनुमान चालीसा 108 names of Hanumanहनुमानजी के १०८ नाम Shri Hanuman Stavan श्री हनुमान स्तवन MangalMurti Maruti Nandan मंगल मूर्ति मारुती नंदन Aarti Hanumanlal Kiआरती हनुमनलाल की Shree Hanuman Vandana श्री हनुमान वंदना ”Marutnandan namo namah \n Kasht bhanjan namo namah \n Asur nikandan namonamah \n Shri ram dhootam namo namah. \n ”मरुत नंदन नमो नमः \n कष्टभंजन नमो नमः \n असुर निकंदन नमो नमः \n श्री राम धूतं नमो नमः .\n
krishna mantra 108 times audio 1.56 APK
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Krishna Mantras | OFFLINE | HD Audio | Repeat Option | FREE | HDGod images Krishna is an ancient Indian king and a Hindu deity,worshipped across many traditions of Hinduism in a variety ofdifferent perspectives. Krishna is recognized as the complete andeighth avatar of the God Vishnu or as the Supreme God in his ownright. Krishna is one of the most widely revered and popular of allHindu deities. If a historical person, Krishna under the name of'Vasudeva Govinda Krishna Shauri' would have flourished as theruler of Shuraseni and Vrishni tribes on the now-submerged islandof Dwaraka (Off coast Gujarat, India) sometime between 3200-3100BC. Believed to have been born on 21 July 3227 BC, Krishna'sbirthday is celebrated every year by Hindus on the eighth day(Ashtami) of the Krishna Paksha (dark fortnight) of the month ofBhadrapad in the Hindu calendar. Krishna is a name of the original,unique Supreme Person, the source of all that exists. The nameKrishna—"the all-attractive one"—indicates the unequaled charm andbeauty of the Supreme Person, as He appears to His most deardevotees. Krishna appears as other forms of God—avatars—to createand maintain the universe, while He simultaneously enjoys lovingrelationships with His countless associates in the spiritual world.He visits this material world from time to time to free Hisdevotees from material existence and to vanquish the wicked. Heperforms superhuman pastimes—lifting mountains, swallowing forestfires, and killing numerous extraordinarily powerful demons—aseasily as a child playing with toys. 1008 Names Of Sri Krishna श्रीकृष्णा के १००८ नाम Krishna Gayatri Mantra कृष्णा गायत्री मंत्र ShriKrishna Chalisa श्री कृष्णा चालीसा 108 names of Sri Krishna श्रीकृष्णा के १०८ नाम Shree Ram Jai Ram Jai Jai Ram श्री राम जय राम जयजय राम Namo Bhagwate Vasudevay नमो भगवते वासुदेवाय Sri KrishnaSharanam Mamah श्री कृष्णा शरणम ममः Achutam Keshavam अच्चुतम केशवमKrishna Kavacham कृष्णा कवचं Hare Krishna हरे कृष्णा VasudevSutamdevam वासुदेव सुतामदेवं Krishna is represented in the Indiantraditions in many ways, with some common features. His iconographytypically depicts him as black or dark reflecting his name, or withblue skin like Vishnu. However ancient and medieval reliefs andstone-based arts depict him in the natural color of the material heis made from, both in India and in southeast Asia.In some texts,his skin is poetically described as the color of Jambul (Jamun, apurple-colored fruit). Krishna is often depicted wearing a peacockfeather wreath or crown, and in a pose playing the bansuri (Indianflute). In this form, he usually stands with one leg bent in frontof the other in the Tribhanga posture. He is sometimes accompaniedby cows or a calf, symbolism for the divine herdsman Govinda.Alternatively, he is shown as an amorous man with the gopis(milkmaids), often making music or playing pranks. Krishna liftingGovardhana at Bharat Kala Bhavan, recovered from a Muslim graveyardin Varanasi. It is dated to be from the Gupta Empire era(4th/6th-century CE). In other icons, he is a part of the scene onthe battlefield of the epic Mahabharata. He is shown as acharioteer, notably where he addresses Pandava prince Arjunacharacter of the Mahabharata, symbolically reflecting the eventsthat led to the Bhagavad Gita – a scripture of Hinduism. In thesepopular depictions, Krishna is in the front as the charioteer,either as a counsel listening to Arjuna, or as driving the chariotwhile Arjuna aims his archery in the battle-field of Kurukshetra.K, kri, kris, krish, krishna, krihna, krushna
shiva aarti mantra HD audio 1.56 APK
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Shiva Shankar Mantras | OFFLINE | HD Audio | Repeat | FREE | HD Godimage Shiva meaning "The Auspicious One", also known as Mahadeva("Great God"), is one of the three major deities of Hinduism.According to Hindu mythology, Shiva is in the form of Vishnu andBrahma yet one with them. He is Anant, one who is neither foundborn nor found dead. He is the Parabrahman within Shaivism, one ofthe three most influential denominations in contemporary Hinduism.He is one of the five primary forms of God in the Smarta Tradition,and "the Transformer". Shiva the auspicious one) is one of theprincipal deities of Hinduism. He is the Supreme Being withinShaivism, one of the major traditions within contemporary Hinduism.Shiva is the "destroyer and transformer" within the Trimurti, theHindu trinity that includes Brahma and Vishnu.In Shaivismtradition, Shiva is the Supreme being who creates, protects andtransforms the universe. In the goddess tradition of Hinduismcalled Shaktism, the goddess is described as supreme, yet Shiva isrevered along with Vishnu and Brahma. A goddess is stated to be theenergy and creative power (Shakti) of each, with Parvati the equalcomplementary partner of Shiva. He is one of the five equivalentdeities in Panchayatana puja of the Smarta tradition of Hinduism.At the highest level, Shiva is regarded as formless, limitless,transcendent and unchanging absolute Brahman, and the primal Atman(soul, self) of the universe. Shiva has many benevolent andfearsome depictions. In benevolent aspects, he is depicted as anomniscient Yogi who lives an ascetic life on Mount Kailash[3] aswell as a householder with wife Parvati and his two children,Ganesha and Kartikeya. In his fierce aspects, he is often depictedslaying demons. Shiva is also known as Adiyogi Shiva, regarded asthe patron god of yoga, meditation and arts. The mainiconographical attributes of Shiva are the third eye on hisforehead, the serpent around his neck, the adorning crescent moon,the holy river Ganga flowing from his matted hair, the trishula ashis weapon and the damaru. Shiva is usually worshipped in theaniconic form of Lingam. Shiva is a pan-Hindu deity, revered widelyby Hindus, in India, Nepal and Sri Lanka 1008 Names Of Shiva शिवजीके १००८ नाम Shiva Raksha Stotram शिवा रक्षा स्तोत्रम Shiva Rudramशिव रुद्रम Shiv Chalisa शीव् चालीसा Mahamrityunjay Mantraमहामृत्युंजय मंत्र 108 Names Of Shiva शिवजी के १०८ नाम Om NamahShivay ॐ नमः शिवाय Shatangaurmantra शतंगौरमंत्र , Om Tat Purushayaॐ तात पुरुषाय Umamaheshvara Stotram उमामहेश्वर स्तोत्रम ShivaTandava Stotram शिव तांडव स्तोत्रम Subah Subah Le Shiv Ka Naam सुबहसुबह ले शिव का नाम Namaskarartha Mantra नमस्कारार्थ मंत्र ShivaPanchakshara Stotram शिव पंचाक्षर स्तोत्रम Nirvana Shatkam निर्वाणषट्कम Shiva Mantra Ghanapaatha शिव मंत्र घनपाठा Namami Shamishaanमामि शमीशान Om Jai Shiv Omkara ॐ जय शिव ओमकारा DvadashaJyothirlinga Smaranam श्द्वादशा ज्योतिर्लिंग स्मरणम ShriMargabandhu Stotram श्री मार्गबंधु स्तोत्रम Shiva ShakthikrutamGanedeesha Stotram शिव शक्तिकृतं गनड़ीशा स्तोत्रमVedasarashivastotram वेदसराशिवस्तोत्रम Vindhyeshvaree Stotramविन्ध्येश्वरी स्तोत्रम Devyashtakam देवयाष्टकम Kapoor Gauram कपूरगौरम
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Shri Dattatreya | PLAY OFFLINE | HD Audio | Repeat Option | FREE|HD Images Dattatreya or Dattā is a paradigmatic Sannyasi (monk) andone of the lords of Yoga in Hinduism.[1] In many regions of Indiaand Nepal, he is considered a deity. In Maharashtra, he is asyncretistic deity, considered to be an avatar (incarnation) of thethree Hindu gods Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva, collectively known asTrimurti.[2] In other regions, and some versions of texts such asthe Garuda Purana, Brahma Purana and Sattvata Samhita, he is anavatar of Vishnu.[3] His iconography varies regionally. In westernMaharashtra, for example, he is typically shown with three headsand six hands, one head each for Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva, and onepair of hand holding the symbolic items associated with each ofthese gods: rosary and water pot of Brahma, conch and wheel ofVisnu, trident and drum of Shiva.[2] He is typically dressed as asimple monk or almost naked, situated in a forest or wildernesssuggestive of his renunciation of worldly goods and pursuit of ameditative yogi lifestyle. In paintings and some large carvings, heis surrounded by four dogs and a cow, which is a symbolism for thefour Vedas and mother earth that nourishes all living beings.[2][4]In the temples of southern Maharashtra, Varanasi and in theHimalayas, his iconography shows him with one head and two handswith four dogs and a cow. According to Rigopoulos, in the Nathtradition of Shaivism, Dattatreya is revered as the Adi-Guru (FirstTeacher) of the Adinath Sampradaya of the Nathas, the first "Lordof Yoga" with mastery of Tantra (techniques). His pursuit of simplelife, kindness to all, sharing of his knowledge and the meaning oflife during his travels is reverentially mentioned in the poems byTukaram, a saint-poet of the Bhakti movement. Over time, Dattatreyahas inspired many monastic movements in Shaivism, Vaishnavism andShaktism, particularly in the Deccan region of India, south India,Gujarat, Rajasthan and Himalayan regions where Shiva tradition hasbeen strong. According to Mallinson, Dattatreya is not thetraditional guru of the Nath sampradaya, he was coopted by the Nathtradition in about the 18th century as a guru, as a part ofVishnu-Shiva syncretism. This is evidenced by the Marathi textNavanathabhaktisara, states Mallinson, wherein there is syncreticfusion of the Nath Sampradaya with the Mahanubhav sect byidentifying nine Naths with nine Narayanas. Several Upanishads arededicated to him, as are texts of the Advaita Vedanta-Yogatradition in Hinduism. One of the most important texts of AdvaitaVedanta, namely Avadhuta Gita (literally, "song of the free") isattributed to Dattatreya. In Maharashtra, an annual festival in theHindu calendar month of Mārgaśīrṣa (November/December) reveresDattatreya and this is called Datta Jayanti. 1008 names of ShriDattatreya श्री दत्तात्रेय के १००८ नाम Gurudev Chant for Peaceगुरुदेव चांट फॉर शान्ति Dattatrey Stotram दत्तात्रेय स्तोत्रम 108names of Sri Dattatreya श्री दत्तात्रेय के १०८ नाम DigambaraDigambara Shripad Jap दिगम्बरा दिगम्बरा श्रीपद जप Duttaguru MajheSadguru दत्तगुरु माझे सद्गुरु Dhanya Dhanya Hov Dutta धन्य धन्य होवदत्ता Aarti Gurudutt Avdhuta आरती गुरुदत्त अवधूता Shree DattaStavam श्री दत्ता स्तवं Duttguruchi Aarti दत्तगुरुचि आरती KarunaTripadi करुणा त्रिपदी Shri, shri du, shri Dutt, Datta, Dattatreya
Kuber Mantra for unlimited wealth कुबेर मंत्र 1.56 APK
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Kubera Mantras to attract Immense Wealth | OFFLINE | HD Audio |Repeat | FREE Kubera Mantra Chanted 108 times For Attract Wealth INkubera mantra 108 times mp3 free download kubera mantra benefitsKubera Mantra 108 Times | Popular Kubera Mantra To Attract Money,Wealth & Cash | कुबेर मंत्रा Lakshmi Kuber Mantra 108 Times |Kuber Gayatri Mantra | Mantra For Money | लक्ष्मी कुबेर मंत्राKUBER MANTRA : FOR WEALTH AND RICHES : 432 HZ : VERY POWERFUL !Kubera Lakshmi Mantra For Uniform Cash Flow Kuber Vashikaran MantraFor Wealth | Hindi || सबसे प्रभावशाली कुबेर मंत्र | Lord Kubera isthe God of wealth, money, prosperity. The God's treasurer denoteswealth, money, power, fame and success in business as well asacquisition and accumulation of wealth. Therefore Kubera mantra isa very effective among all mantras for financial prosperity whenall other methods do not bear fruits. Worshipping Kubera byreciting mantras on a regular basis brings about a distinct changein one's prosperity and luck though, of course, effort remainsparamount. The people scare of money due to malefic effects inhoroscopes must recite this mantra to pray and overcome thefinancial problems as per indian vedic astrology. OM SHREEM OMHREEM SHREEM HREEM KLEEM SHREEM KLEEM VITESWARAAY NAMAH It iscomposed of Beej or Mool mantras. Rough meaning is as : Shreem forLakshmi (love, beauty, health, prosperity), Hreem for GreatGoddess/Sun (illumination/dispel illusion), kleem for Kama/Krishna(love and fulfiller of desires from material to moksha, where yourintention is) and Vitteswaraay (Kubera) Lord Kuber (or Kubera orKuvera) is believed to be the lord of riches and wealth inHinduism. Kuber Sadhana is considered a great way of pleasing thelord to bestow one with wealth and fortune. Kuber is many a timescalled the treasurer of demi-gods. If pleased with you the lordopens avenues of wealth and riches for believers. Lord Kuber isalso believes to be the head of the Yakshas (savage beings). TheYakshas are both human and demon and are responsible for thesecurity of the treasures hidden beneath the earth of the greatmountain Himalayas. Powerful Money Magnet with Kubera LakshmiMantra - Law of attraction to Attract Money Lord Shiva, he foundHim with Goddess Parvathi. Kubera was stunned to see the splendourand beauty of Goddess Parvathi. He felt sorry that he had notworshipped such a fine goddess for so long and one of his eyes shutitself. Goddess Parvathi got angry that Kubera was winking at Her,and looking at Her with evil intention. She made his eye burst.Kubera lost sight in one eye and was also cursed that he wouldalways look ugly. Lord Kubera pleaded with Lord Siva to forgive himand explained that he had not seen the Goddess with any evilintention. Lord Siva left the choice to His consort. GoddessParvathi forgave Kubera and let the eye grow back, but it wassmaller than the other one. So one eye of Kubera is smaller thanthe other. Kubera was rewarded by Lord Siva with the post of beingone of the guards of the eight directions - the North. The Goddessmade him the lord of wealth and material. As the God of wealth andmaterial, his responsibilities are to distribute them whilecreating wealth is with Goddess Lakshmi. Kubera is mostly paintedwith his family and seen showering gold coins and navaratnas.Thursdays and Friday are very auspicious for Kubera. 1. KuberaMantra ॐ यक्षाय कुबेराय वैश्रवणाय धनधान्याधिपतये धनधान्यसमृद्धिं मेदेहि दापय स्वाहा॥ Om Yakshaya Kuberaya VaishravanayaDhanadhanyadhipataye Dhanadhanyasamriddhim Me Dehi Dapaya Svaha॥ 2.Kubera Dhana Prapti Mantra ॐ श्रीं ह्रीं क्लीं श्रीं क्लींवित्तेश्वराय नमः॥ Om Shreem Hreem Kleem Shreem Kleem VitteshvarayaNamah॥ 3. Kubera Ashta-Lakshmi Mantra ॐ ह्रीं श्रीं क्रीं श्रींकुबेराय अष्ट-लक्ष्मी मम गृहे धनं पुरय पुरय नमः॥ Om Hreem ShreemKreem Shreem Kuberaya Ashta-Lakshmi Mama Grihe Dhanam Puraya PurayaNamah॥
Powerful Shri Gajanan Maharaj Mantras 1.56 APK
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Shri Gajanan Mantras | OFFLINE | HD Audio | Repeat | FREE | HD Godimage Gajanan Maharaj from Shegaon (Buldhana District),Maharashtra, India was a Saint from India. "Sant Shri GajananMaharaj Sansthan" is the largest temple trust in the Vidarbharegion.[1] It is not known when he was born but his first knownappearance in Shegaon, perhaps as a youngster in his 20s, dates toFebruary 1878. He took Samadhi (i.e. his soul left for the heavenlyabode and his earthly remains buried) on 8 September 1910, and thedate is marked as Samadhi-din by his disciples (ऋषी पंचमी ).[2] Thedate of his first appearance is also marked as an auspicious day(प्रकट-दिनोत्सव).[3] The early life history of Gajanan Maharaj isobscure; his birth date is unknown. He is said to have made hisfirst appearance on 23 February 1878 in Shegaon.[4] His devoteesbelieve him as incarnation of Lord Ganesha and LordDattatreya.[citation needed] Biruduraju Ramaraju has tried toestablish in his collection of books called "Andhra Yogulu" that hewas a Telangana Brahmin. Shri Dasbhargav, a Shegaon native, haswritten "Shri Gajanan Maharaj Charitra Kosh". This book mentionsdifferent version of Shri Gajanan Maharaj's origin from thatexplained by Ramaraju. Shri Dasbhargav is said to have met ShriSwami Shivanand Saraswati, who was 129 years old at Nashik. ShriSwami told the author that he was Telangi Brahmin who had met ShriSadguru Gajanan Maharaj in 1887 in Nashik. He also clearly toldthat after Shri Gajanan Maharaj appeared in Shegaon and remainedthere, he had visited Maharaj 25–30 times. During these visitsShivanand Swami declared that he used visit Shri Dadasaheb Khapardein Amravati and stay with Khaparde family. Thus, Shri ShivanandSwami is none other than the Telangi Brahmin whose mention has beenmade in the foreword of "Shri Gajanan Vijay" on his own admission.Later Shivanand Saraswati left to perform penance in Himalaya andwas never spotted again (refer pages 362–365 of the above book forthe detailed conversation of the author and Shri Shivanand Swamialong with their photograph). Argument can, therefore, be made thatShri Gajanan Maharaj was not Telangi Brahmin as explained byRamaraju and others. Some speculate that he might have in facthailed from Sajjanghad, (which was the place where Sant Samarthahad lived). Das Ganu Maharaj has written a 21 chapter biography,"Shri Gajanan Vijay," of Gajanan Maharaj in Marathi. Contemporariesof Gajanan Maharaj identified him by several names like Gin GineBuwa, Ganpat Buwa, and Awaliya Baba. In summary, it may be unlikelythat Shri Gajanan Maharaj's early life will ever be known. ShriGajanan Stotra श्री गजानन स्तोत्र Guru Gajanan Namo Namah गुरुगजानन नमो नमः Gajanan Maharaj Namasmaran and Aarti गजानन महाराजनामस्मरण अवं आर्ती Gan Gan Ganat Bote Shri Gajanan Maharaj Mantraगैन गैन गणात बोते श्री गजानन महाराज मंत्र Gajanan Maharaj Aartiगजानन महाराज आरती Gajananachya Navan Ho गजाननाच्या नवां हो ShriGajanan Mauli श्री गजानन मौली Aho Ya Ya Gajananachi Aarti अहो या यागजाननाची आरती
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Ganpati Mantras | PLAY OFFLINE | HD Audio | Repeat Option | FREE |HD God images ganpati also known as Ganapati and Vinayaka, is oneof the best-known and most worshipped deities in the Hindupantheon. His image is found throughout India, Sri Lanka and Nepal.Hindu sects worship him regardless of affiliations. Devotion toganpati is widely diffused and extends to Jains and Buddhists.Although he is known by many attributes, ganpati's elephant headmakes him easy to identify. ganpati is widely revered as theremover of obstacles, the patron of arts and sciences and the devaof intellect and wisdom. As the god of beginnings, he is honouredat the start of rituals and ceremonies. ganpati is also invoked aspatron of letters and learning during writing sessions. Severaltexts relate mythological anecdotes associated with his birth andexploits and explain his distinct iconography. ganpati emerged as adistinct deity in the 4th and 5th centuries CE, during the GuptaPeriod, although he inherited traits from Vedic and pre-Vedicprecursors. He was formally included among the five primary deitiesof Smartism (a Hindu denomination) in the 9th century. A sect ofdevotees called the Ganapatya arose, who identified ganpati as thesupreme deity. The principal scriptures dedicated to ganpati arethe ganpati Purana, the Mudgala Purana, and the GanapatiAtharvashirsa. Ganesha also known as Ganapati and Vinayaka, is oneof the best-known and most worshipped deities in the Hindupantheon. His image is found throughout India, Sri Lanka and Nepal.Hindu sects worship him regardless of affiliations. Devotion toGanesha is widely diffused and extends to Jains and Buddhists.Although he is known by many attributes, Ganesha's elephant headmakes him easy to identify. Ganesha is widely revered as theremover of obstacles, the patron of arts and sciences and the devaof intellect and wisdom. As the god of beginnings, he is honouredat the start of rituals and ceremonies. Ganesha is also invoked aspatron of letters and learning during writing sessions. Severaltexts relate mythological anecdotes associated with his birth andexploits and explain his distinct iconography. Ganesh Pooja PoojaPrathisthapana गणेश पूजा प्रतिस्थापना Ganesh Chalisa गणेश चालीसाMudaakaraat Modakam Ganapati Pancharatna Stotra मुड़ाकरात मोदकंगणपति पंचरत्न स्तोत्र Vighnaharta Ganesh Sukhakarak Bhavatarakविघ्नहर्ता गणेश सुखाकरक हावतारक Swar Ganesh Saakaaru Swar स्वर गणेशसाकारु स्वर Anand Ganesh Parmanand Mangaldham आनंद गणेश परमानन्दमंगलधाम Pratham Tula Vandito प्रथम तुला वंदितो Shree GanpatichiAarti श्री गणपतीची आर्टी Utha Utha Mangalmurti उठा उठा मंगलमूर्तिShri Ganesh Sharnam mamah श्री गणेश शरणम् ममः Hey GajananaGaurichya Nandana हे गजानना गौरीच्या नंदना Sukhkarta DukhhartaAarti सुखकर्ता दुखहर्ता आरती Jay Gannayaka जय गणनायका Ganaraj RangiNachato गणराज रंगी नाचतो Gannayaka Shubhdayaka Lenyadri गणनायकाशुभदायक लेण्याद्रि Chal Sadhaka Chal Yatrika Siddhatek चल साधक चलयात्रिका सिद्धटेक Bal Bhaktalagi Toochi Aasara Pali बल भक्तालेगीतूची आसरा पाली Datta Aarti Traigunatmak Traimurti दत्ता आरतीत्रिगुणात्मक त्रिमूर्ति Shankar Aarti Lavathavti Vikrala शंकर आरतीलवथवती विकराला Ganesh Aarti Sukhakarata Dukhaharta गणेश आरतीसुखकर्ता दुखहर्ता Ganesh Aarti Shendoor Lal गणेश आरती शेंदूर लालDevi Aarti Durge Durghat देवी आरती दुर्गे दुर्घट
vishnu sahasranamam mantras 1.56 APK
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Vishnu Mantras | PLAY OFFLINE | HD Audio | Repeat Option | FREE |HD God images Vishnu (Sanskrit pronunciation: [vɪʂɳu]; Sanskrit:विष्णु, Viṣṇu) is one of the most significant deities in Hinduism.He is the Supreme God Svayam Bhagavan of Vaishnavism (one of theprincipal denominations of Hinduism). He is also known as Narayanaand Hari. As one of the five primary forms of God in the Smartatradition, he is conceived as "the Preserver or the Protector". InHindu sacred texts, Vishnu is usually described as having the darkcomplexion of water-filled clouds and having four arms. He isdepicted as a pale blue being, as are his incarnations Rama andKrishna. He holds a padma (lotus flower) in his lower right hand,the Kaumodaki gada (mace) in his lower left hand, the Panchajanyashankha (conch) in his upper right hand and the discus weaponconsidered to be the most powerful weapon according to HinduReligion Sudarshana Chakra in his upper left hand. Vishnu is one ofthe three main gods in Hinduism. Vaishnavas believe that Vishnu isthe highest God. Vishnu is the preserver god, which means heprotects the earth from being destroyed and keeps it going,according to this religion, and he has come to earth in nine forms(called avatars) so far, with one yet to come. His most famousforms are Rama and Krishna. Vishnu's wife is Lakshmi, the Hindugoddess of fortune. Vishnu is usually shown with light blue skinand four arms. He holds a lotus, mace (gada), conch (shankha) anddisc (chakra) in each of four hands. Few famous Vishnu Mantras:Vishnu Gayatri Mantra विष्णु गायत्री मंत्र 
 1008 names of lordVishnu भगवान विष्णु के 1008 नाम 
 Sri Vishnu Sahastranam विष्णुसहस्त्रणम 
 Vishnu Chalisa विष्णु चालीसा 
 108 names of lord Vishnuभगवान विष्णु के १०८ नाम 
 Lord Vishnu Mool Mantra भगवान विष्णु मूलमंत्र 
 Mangalama Bhagwan Vishnu मंगलम भगवान विष्णु 
 VishnuStotram विष्णु स्तोत्रम 
 Vishnu SahsatranamStotram विष्णुसहस्त्रनामस्तोत्रम 
 Shanta Karam शांता करम 
 Vishnu Vandana विष्णुवंदना Chanting to the mantras of lord Vishnu will help you get morepeace and money in life. All the troubles and evils will getremoved by chanting of Vishnu mantras. There are ten avatars ofVishnu (in the order they appeared): * Matsya (Fish) * Kurma(Turtle) * Varaha (Boar) * Narasimha (half Lion, half Man) * Vamana(Pygmy / Dwarf / Short man) * Parashurama (Fierce man / Hunter) *Rama (Developed man / Ideal man / Fighter) * Krishna (CowherdPrince) * Different branches of Hindu tradition accept twodifferent figures as the 9th avatar of Vishnu: * Balarama(Physically advanced man) * Buddha (Intellectual and scientificman) * Kalki (future avatar, has not appeared yet) Vishnu was not amajor deity in the Vedic period. A few Rigvedic hymns (c. 1400–1000bce) associate him with the Sun, and one hymn relates the legend ofhis three strides across the universe, which formed the basis ofthe myth of his avatar Vamana, the dwarf. Legends of figures thatlater became other avatars, such as the fish that saves humankindfrom a great flood, are also found in the early literature. By thetime of the Mahabharata (the great Sanskrit epic that appeared inits final form about 400 ce), the avatars began to be identifiedwith Vishnu. Vishnu is said to manifest a portion of himselfanytime he is needed to fight evil and to protect dharma (moral andreligious law). Not all avatars are wholly benevolent; some, suchas Parashurama (Rama with the Ax) and Krishna, bring about thedeaths of many innocent people, and the Buddha corrupts the piousantigods. Vishnu’s vahana, his vehicle in the world, is the eagleGaruda; his heaven is called Vaikuntha.
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