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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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swami samarth mantra HD audio 1.80 APK
Shri Swami Samarth Mantras | OFFLINE | HD Audio | Repeat | FREE |HD God image Swāmi Samarth Mahāraj more commonly Shri Swami SamarthMaharaj (also known as Akkalkot Swāmi Mahāraj) of Akkalkot (leftthe physical body in 1878). He was also lovingly referred to asSwami Samartha or Akkalkot Maharaj by his devotees.[3][4] was anIndian Guru of the Dattatreya tradition (sampradaya), widelyrespected in indian states of Maharashtra,[5] as well as inKarnataka and Andhra Pradesh with Shripad Shri Vallabha andNarasimha Saraswati. His existence in physical form is dated in thenineteenth century AD. Shri Swami Samarth traveled all over thecountry and eventually set his abode at Akkalkot village inMaharashtra, India. Maharaj first appeared at Akkalkot on aWednesday around the September–October period in the year 1856 ADnear Khandoba Mandir. He stayed in Akkalkot for close to twenty-twoyears. His parentage & native place details remain obscure tothis day. Once when a devotee posed him a question about his lifeShri Swami Samarth indicated that he is the origin of the Banyantree (Vata- Vriksha). On another occasion Swami said that his namewas Nrusimha Bhan and that he was from Kardalivan near SrisailamThe description of Shri Swami Samarth's appearance has been basedon the vivid descriptions given by close devotees. Though he wasseen at an advanced age, his skin was not wrinkled. He was verytall and his hands were long, extending down to his knees. Hisbelly was protruding and he had broad shoulders. His complexion wasfair and pinkish. He had big ears with thin and long ear-lobeswhich shook with the slightest movement of his body. He had longfeet. He adorned a sacred mark (thilakam) on his forehead. Healways wore a codpiece (kaupina). He had a fine set of teeth and abig and deep navel. He always wore a tulasi-rosary (which is verydifferent from rudraksha) and a crystal (sphatika). He hadear-rings inset with gems. * The Siddha Mantra of Shri SwamiSamarth is: SHRI SWAMI SAMARTH (Marathi: श्री स्वामी समर्थ ) * Thebiography of Shrivallabh is in the Shripada ShrivallabhaCharitramrut * The biography of Nrusimha Saraswati is in theGurucharitra. * The biography of Shri Swami Samarth is in theGuruleelamrut. In the month of Chaitra (April–May) in 1878, thethirteenth day of the dark-half of the lunar month. Swami Maharajlived mainly at the residence of his disciple Cholappa, where hisshrine is now located. As such Swami can not undergo death likeordinary people[citation needed]. It is believed that, he is inexistence before beginning of the universe and will exist afterdestruction of the universe. Swami can not disappear suddenly infront of people and he performed a rite known as Samadhi, which hasdeath like effect but not an actual death. Swami is for perpetuity.Anant Koti Brahmand Dayak Gajanan अनंत कोटि ब्रह्माण्ड दायक गजाननSwaminche Sahasranam स्वामींचे सहस्रनाम Shri Swami Samarth TaarakMantra श्री स्वामी समर्थ तारक मंत्र Om Namoh Shree Gajanan ॐ नमःश्री गजानन Shree Swami Samarth Charitra श्री स्वामी समर्थ चरित्रSwami Samartha Jaap 108 times स्वामी समर्थ जाप १०८ बार A BeautifulSwami Stavan स्वामी स्तवन Swami Samarth Mahamantra स्वामी समर्थमहामंत्र Shri Swami Mala Mantra श्री स्वामी माला मंत्र Shri SwamiSamarth Dhun श्री स्वामी समर्थ धुन
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Shani Mantras | OFFLINE | HD Audio | Repeat | FREE | HD God imageShani is a Deva and son of Surya and his wife Chhaya, hence alsoknown as Chayyaputra. He is the elder brother of Yama, the Hindugod of death, who in some scriptures corresponds to the deliveranceof justice. Surya's two sons Shani dev and Yama judge. Shani devgives the results of one's deeds through one's life throughappropriate punishments and rewards; Yama grants the results ofone's deeds after death. It is said that when Shani dev opened hiseyes as a baby for the very first time, the sun went into aneclipse, which clearly denotes the impact of Shani dev onastrological charts. He is known as the greatest teacher and wellwisher for the righteous as well the greatest punisher for thosewho follow the path of evil, betrayal, backstabbing and unjustrevenge. Shani is also known as the lord of masses & God ofPunishment and his blessings are thus considered very important inan individual's horoscope for bestowing him with mass following andpopularity. He is depicted dark in colour, clothed in black;holding a sword, arrows and two daggers and mounted on a crow,which is Shani's vāhana. As protector of property, Shani dev isable to repress the thieving tendencies of birds. Shani as a planetappears in various Hindu astronomical texts in Sanskrit, such asthe 5th century Aryabhatiya by Aryabhatta, the 6th century Romakaby Latadeva and Panca Siddhantika by Varahamihira, the 7th centuryKhandakhadyaka by Brahmagupta and the 8th century Sisyadhivrddidaby Lalla.[3][4][5] These texts present Shani as one of the planetsand estimate the characteristics of the respective planetarymotion.[3] Other texts such as Surya Siddhanta dated to have beencomplete sometime between the 5th century and 10th century presenttheir chapters on various planets as divine knowledge linked todeities.[3] The manuscripts of these texts exist in slightlydifferent versions, present Shani's motion in the skies, but varyin their data, suggesting that the text were open and revised overtheir lives. The texts slightly disagree in their data, in theirmeasurements of Shani's revolutions, apogee, epicycles, nodallongitudes, orbital inclination, and other parameters.[6] Forexample, both Khandakhadyaka and Surya Siddhanta of Varaha statethat Shani completes 146,564 revolutions on its own axis every4,320,000 earth years, an Epicycle of Apsis as 60 degrees, and hadan apogee (aphelia) of 240 degrees in 499 CE; while anothermanuscript of Surya Siddhanta revises the revolutions to 146,568,the apogee to 236 degrees and 37 seconds and the Epicycle to about49 degrees.[7] Shani's gravitational power is more than that of theEarth's. Therefore, when we think good or bad thoughts and makeplans, they reach Shani by the strength of his power. Inastrological terms, the bad influence is considered as unlucky. Butthe result of good deeds will be good. Therefore, we mustunderstand God Shani as a friend and not as foe. And for bad deeds,he is Sade Saathi, disaster and an enemy. 1008 Names Of Shani Devशनि देव के १००८ नाम Shani Mahamantra शनि महामंत्र Dhun Om MangalamShanidev Mangalam धुन ॐ मंगलम शनिदेव मंगलम Shani Chalisa शनि चालीसाShaneshwara Shaneshwara शनैश्वरा शनैश्वरा Om Namo Shanideva ॐ नमोशनिदेव Jai Jai Hey Shaniraj Dev जय जय हे शनिराज देव Jai ShanidevaJai Shanideva जय शनिदेव जय शनिदेव 108 Names of Shanidev शनि देव के१०८ नाम Aarti Shanidev Ki आरती शनिदेव की Om Nilanjan Mantra ॐनीलांजन मंत्र Shani dev is the destroyer of all the evils in life.Chant the Shani names everyday and feel the change in life.
Buddham Saranam Gacchami बुद्धम सरनम गचामी 1.80 APK
Very Peaceful Buddham Saranam Gacchami chanting mantra. GautamaBuddha, also known as Siddhārtha Gautama, Shakyamuni Buddha, orsimply the Buddha, was an ascetic (śramaṇa) and sage, on whoseteachings Buddhism was founded. He is believed to have lived andtaught mostly in the eastern part of the Indian subcontinentsometime between the sixth and fourth centuries BCE. Gautama taughta Middle Way between sensual indulgence and the severe asceticismfound in the śramaṇa movement common in his region. He later taughtthroughout other regions of eastern India such as Magadha andKosala. Gautama is the primary figure in Buddhism. He is recognizedby Buddhists as an enlightened or divine teacher who attained fullBuddhahood, and shared his insights to help sentient beings endrebirth and suffering. Accounts of his life, discourses, andmonastic rules are believed by Buddhists to have been summarizedafter his death and memorized by his followers. Various collectionsof teachings attributed to him were passed down by oral traditionand first committed to writing about 400 years later. Key Features:★ Very good and simple User Interface ★ Very Soothing Flowerscoming on the screen randomly ★ Very good quality of sound ★ Imagechange in 5 seconds so that you get to see more images every minute★ Temple Bells and Shankh to give you a Temple-like experience. ★Gives you a very peaceful experience. ★ Used by Top celebritiesfrom Bollywood and Glitterati.
shri swami samarth aarti 1.80 APK
Shri Swami Samarth Mantras | OFFLINE | HD Audio | Repeat | FREE |HD God image Swāmi Samarth Mahāraj more commonly Shri Swami SamarthMaharaj (also known as Akkalkot Swāmi Mahāraj) of Akkalkot (leftthe physical body in 1878). He was also lovingly referred to asSwami Samartha or Akkalkot Maharaj by his devotees.[3][4] was anIndian Guru of the Dattatreya tradition (sampradaya), widelyrespected in indian states of Maharashtra,[5] as well as inKarnataka and Andhra Pradesh with Shripad Shri Vallabha andNarasimha Saraswati. His existence in physical form is dated in thenineteenth century AD. Shri Swami Samarth traveled all over thecountry and eventually set his abode at Akkalkot village inMaharashtra, India. Maharaj first appeared at Akkalkot on aWednesday around the September–October period in the year 1856 ADnear Khandoba Mandir. He stayed in Akkalkot for close to twenty-twoyears. His parentage & native place details remain obscure tothis day. Once when a devotee posed him a question about his lifeShri Swami Samarth indicated that he is the origin of the Banyantree (Vata- Vriksha). On another occasion Swami said that his namewas Nrusimha Bhan and that he was from Kardalivan near SrisailamThe description of Shri Swami Samarth's appearance has been basedon the vivid descriptions given by close devotees. Though he wasseen at an advanced age, his skin was not wrinkled. He was verytall and his hands were long, extending down to his knees. Hisbelly was protruding and he had broad shoulders. His complexion wasfair and pinkish. He had big ears with thin and long ear-lobeswhich shook with the slightest movement of his body. He had longfeet. He adorned a sacred mark (thilakam) on his forehead. Healways wore a codpiece (kaupina). He had a fine set of teeth and abig and deep navel. He always wore a tulasi-rosary (which is verydifferent from rudraksha) and a crystal (sphatika). He hadear-rings inset with gems. * The Siddha Mantra of Shri SwamiSamarth is: SHRI SWAMI SAMARTH (Marathi: श्री स्वामी समर्थ ) * Thebiography of Shrivallabh is in the Shripada ShrivallabhaCharitramrut * The biography of Nrusimha Saraswati is in theGurucharitra. * The biography of Shri Swami Samarth is in theGuruleelamrut. In the month of Chaitra (April–May) in 1878, thethirteenth day of the dark-half of the lunar month. Swami Maharajlived mainly at the residence of his disciple Cholappa, where hisshrine is now located. As such Swami can not undergo death likeordinary people[citation needed]. It is believed that, he is inexistence before beginning of the universe and will exist afterdestruction of the universe. Swami can not disappear suddenly infront of people and he performed a rite known as Samadhi, which hasdeath like effect but not an actual death. Swami is for perpetuity.Anant Koti Brahmand Dayak Gajanan अनंत कोटि ब्रह्माण्ड दायक गजाननSwaminche Sahasranam स्वामींचे सहस्रनाम Shri Swami Samarth TaarakMantra श्री स्वामी समर्थ तारक मंत्र Om Namoh Shree Gajanan ॐ नमःश्री गजानन Shree Swami Samarth Charitra श्री स्वामी समर्थ चरित्रSwami Samartha Jaap 108 times स्वामी समर्थ जाप १०८ बार A BeautifulSwami Stavan स्वामी स्तवन Swami Samarth Mahamantra स्वामी समर्थमहामंत्र Shri Swami Mala Mantra श्री स्वामी माला मंत्र Shri SwamiSamarth Dhun श्री स्वामी समर्थ धुन
Powerful Hari Vitthal Mantras 1.80 APK
Vitthal Mantras | PLAY OFFLINE | HD Audio | Repeat Option | FREE |HD God images Vithoba, also known as Vitthal and Panduranga, is aHindu god predominantly worshipped in the Indian states ofMaharashtra, Karnataka, Goa,Telangana and Andhra Pradesh. He isgenerally considered a manifestation of the god Vishnu or hisavatar, Krishna. Vittthala is often depicted as a dark young boy,standing arms akimbo on a brick, sometimes accompanied by his mainconsort Rakhumai. Vithoba is the focus of the monotheistic,non-Brahmanical Varkari religion of Maharashtra and the Haridasafaith of Karnataka. Vitthal Temple, Pandharpur is his main temple.Vithoba legends revolve around his devotee Pundalik, who iscredited with bringing the deity to Pandharpur, and aroundViṭhoba's role as a saviour to the poet-saints of the Varkarifaith. The Varkari poet-saints are known for their unique genre ofdevotional lyric, the abhang, dedicated to Vithoba and composed inMarathi. Other devotional literature dedicated to Vithoba includesthe Kannada hymns of the Haridasa and Marathi versions of thegeneric aarti songs associated with rituals of offering light tothe deity. The most important festivals of Vithoba are held onShayani Ekadashi in the month of Ashadha, and Prabodhini Ekadashiin the month of Kartik. The historiography of Vithoba and his cultis an area of continuing debate, even regarding his name. VariousIndologists have proposed a prehistory for Vithoba worship where hewas previously: a hero stone, a pastoral deity, a manifestation ofShiva, a Jain saint, or even all of these at various times forvarious devotees. Though the origins of both his cult and his maintemple are likewise debated, there is clear evidence that theyalready existed by the 13th century. Vitthal Vitthal Vitthala HariOm Vithala विठ्ठल विठ्ठल हरि ओम विठला ManatBharli Pandhari मनातभरलीपंढरी Panduranga Bigi Bigi Dhav Re पांडुरंगा बिगी बिगी धाव रेVitthal Maza Maza Om विट्ठल माझा माझा ॐ Vitthal Vitthal Jay HariVitthal विट्ठल विट्ठल जय हरी विट्ठल ShreeVitthal Mantra श्रीविठ्ठलमंत्र Omkar Swarupa ओमकार स्वरूपा Shree Vitthal Pandurang Mantraश्री विट्ठल पांडुरंग मंत्र
Ayyappa Pancharathnam अय्यप्पा पञ्चरत्नाम 1.80 APK
Ayyappa Mantras | OFFLINE | HD Audio | Repeat | FREE | HD God imageAyyappo Swamiye Swamiye Ayyapo Ayyappo Swamiye Swamiyeppa AyyappoAyyappan (Malayalam: അയ്യപ്പന്‍ Tamil: ஐயப்பன் Sanskrit: अय्यप्प)also known as Dharmasasta, Maṇikanṭhan or Sasta, is a Hindu deitywho is the son of Harihara, fused with both Shiva and Vishnu. He isgenerally depicted in a yogic posture, wearing a jewel around hisneck, hence named Maṇikaṇṭhan, which literally means "person withgem around the neck". By the 20th century, there has been anincrease in the number of worshipers of Ayyappan from manydifferent groups, spurred by vast improvements in transport andcommunication in southern India. Ayyappan's annual festival is atime of pilgrimage for ever-growing numbers of men from throughoutSouth India. The most prominent and famous Ayyappan shrine is theone at Sabarimala, in the hills of Pathanamthitta in Kerala, withover ten million devotees visiting it every year, making it one ofthe largest pilgrimage sites in the world. These devotees fast andengage in austerities under the leadership of a Periya Swami (onewho has undertaken the pilgrimage to Sabarimala for 18 years) forweeks barefoot and then travel in groups to the shrine for aglimpse of Ayyappan. Bus tickets are hard to obtain for severalweeks as masses of elated men, clad in distinctive ritual dhotis ofsaffron, black and light blue colors, throng public transportationduring their trip to the shrine. The name "Sri Ayyappan" is used asa respectful form of address in Malayalam and Sanskrit. Theequivalent of Sri is "Thiru" in Tamil. The mantra Swamiye SaranamAyyappa is translated in English as, "Lord Ayyappa, I seek refugein you". In ancient, the term Ayyan or Aiyan is a title of respectand the term Appan - which also means father - refers to seniormembers of the community as a mark of respect. Thus Ayyan and Appanput together - Ayyappan - refers to a senior respectable guardiandeity of the community. There are varied arguments that the cult isso ancient that the deity represents Nature itself, which was theonly matter of worship then, and that they personified Nature asAyyappan and named him so with terms denoting respect. There isalso a belief that the deities of Ayyappan and Aiyanar are one andthe same as the divine consorts of Ayyappan are called Poorna andPushkala whereas those of Aiyanar are called Poorani and Porkamalam(Golden Lotus). Further evidences in favour of this belief includethe similarities in the unique seating style, with one/two legsfolded and raised from the seat and the birth from the union ofVishnu and Shiva. Ayyappan is also known as Hariharasutan - son ofHari and Haran in literal translation - because he is the son ofVishnu, also called Hari, and Haran, another name of Lord Shiva. Heis also called Manikantan because when the king Rajasekara Pandiyanof Pandalam found little Ayyappan abandoned in a forest there was aMani tied around his kantam - meaning neck in Malayalam. AyyappaSuprabhatham अय्यप्पा सुप्रभातम Swamiye Ayyappo Ayyappo Swamiyeस्वामिये अय्यप्पा अय्यप्पा स्वामिये Very Powerful Ayyappa Mantraवैरी पावरफुल अय्यप्पा मंत्र 1008 Names Of Ayyappa १००८ नेम्स ऑफ़अय्यप्पा Ayyappa Pooja Mantra अय्यप्पा पूजा मंत्र 108 Names OfAyyappa १०८ नेम्स ऑफ़ अय्यप्पा Swamy Ayyappan Namaskara Slokamअय्यप्पन नमस्कार स्लोकम 108 Sarana Gosham १०८ सरना गोशमMandhalaulsavakalam मँढलौलसेवकलां Ayyappa Pancharathnam अय्यप्पापञ्चरत्नाम Makarasankramam मकरसंक्रमम
Lord Satyanarayan Ashtakam 1.80 APK
Lord Satyanarayana Mantras | OFFLINE | HD Audio | Repeat | FREE |HD God image Sri Satyanarayana Swami Vratam (Sri SatyanarayanaPuja) is a popular, and traditional ritual of Hinduism, which isperformed in many Hindu households on important occasions. Theritual seemed to have gained popularity in modern times because itis considered to have a beneficial effect upon those who perform itwith reverence and sincerity. According to the legends associatedwith the ritual, several kings and merchants used to perform it inthe past to overcome adversity and earn the grace of SatyanarayanaSwami, a benevolent form of Lord Vishnu. Satyanarayana means Lordof Truth, or Narayana in truth form. Sat means both truth andexistence, in contrast to asat (untruth and non-existence). LordNarayana (literally meaning lord of nara, the pranic energy or thelife sustaining astral water) is Brahman, the highest Supreme Self.As Brahman, He is both existence (sat) and non-existence (asat),also called Being and Non-Being. His purest and the highestmanifestation in creation is Isvara, the Primal Being, or the Lordof the Universe, who is His reflection in the purest form of sattva(suddha sattva). Lord Satyanarayana is the personification ofBrahman as the Truth Being. He represents truth and personifiestruth in action (dharma). The true worship of Sri Satyanarayanainvolves the truthful performance of obligatory duties, practice oftruth in daily conduct, and commitment to truth in all aspects oflife. The ritual is a promise (or vow) to God that one livestruthfully and honestly in the service of God (Narayana) and worksfor one's salvation. Truthfulness is one of the highest virtues inHinduism. Without it one cannot achieve liberation. Truth has to beworshipped not only ritually but also spiritually. The mental andspiritual worship of the Lord of Truth is more important than thephysical and superficial worship. The Satyanarayana Puja serves asa reminder that one should practice truth and embody it in oneselfthrough righteous and truthful conduct. If you analyze the storiesassociated with the Satyanarayana Puja, the symbolism becomesself-evident. In them you will notice that people suffer when theyfail to honor truth, but overcome their difficulties when theyobserve it. Truth and falsehood lead to different consequences(karma) in life. Truth leads to light, wisdom and liberation.Falsehood leads to adversity, darkness and suffering. People sufferfrom adversity and misfortune when they indulge in falsehood anddeception, fail to keep their promises or live dishonestly. Suchnegative consequences can be overcome only when they renounce theirsinful ways and worship truth in thought and deed. You may worshipLord Satyanarayana occasionally through rituals, but practicingtruth and honesty in your daily life is true worship. SatyanarayanNamo Namah सत्यनारायण नमो नमः Shree Lakshmi Narayan Mantra श्रीलक्ष्मी नारायण मंत्र Satyanarayan Katha सत्यनारायण कथा ShreemanNarayan Narayan Hari Hari श्रीमान नारायण नारायण हरी हरी ExtremelyPowerful Narayan Kavach पावरफुल नारायण कवच Om Shree SatyanarayanParam Dev ॐ श्री सत्यनारायण परम देव Satyanarayan Aarti सत्यनारायणआरती Satyanarayana Narayana Narayana सत्यनारायण नारायणा नारायणा
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