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Subrahmanyam Mantras | OFFLINE | HD Audio | Repeat | FREE | HD Godimage Subrahmanyam - Hindu god Karthik or Kartikeya, son of LordSiva also called , Skanda and Subrahmanya, called in Tamil languageas Murugan,is a popular Hindu deity among all Hindus, worshipedprimarily in areas with Tamil influences, especially South India,Sri Lanka, Mauritius, Malaysia, Singapore and Reunion Island. Hissix most important shrines in India are the Arupadaiveedu temples,located in Tamil Nadu. In Sri Lanka, Hindus as well as Buddhistsrevere the sacred historical Nallur Kandaswamy temple in Jaffna andthe sacred Buddhist and Hindu shrine of Katirkāmam Temple (also inSinhala "Katharagama Devalaya") dedicated to him, situated deepsouth in the country. Ethnic Chinese in Penang and Kuala Lumpur, ofMalaysia also pray to Lord Murugan during Thaipusam. Murugan ismore popular in South India especially among Tamil people famouslyreferred as Thamizh Kadavul (God of Tamils) compared to other partsof India. In Karnataka he is popular as "Subrahmanya" and is oftenassociated with snakes, famous shrine Kukke Subramanya is wellknown for Sarpa shanti rites. In Andhra Pradesh and Bengal too heis popular by the names "Subrahmanya" and "Kartikeya" respectively.Hindu god Karthik or Kartikeya, son of Lord Siva also called ,Skanda and Subrahmanya, called in Tamil language as Murugan,is apopular Hindu deity among all Hindus, worshiped primarily in areaswith Tamil influences, especially South India, Sri Lanka,Mauritius, Malaysia, Singapore and Reunion Island. His six mostimportant shrines in India are the Arupadaiveedu temples, locatedin Tamil Nadu. In Sri Lanka, Hindus as well as Buddhists revere thesacred historical Nallur Kandaswamy temple in Jaffna and the sacredBuddhist and Hindu shrine of Katirkāmam Temple (also in Sinhala"Katharagama Devalaya") dedicated to him, situated deep south inthe country.[1] Ethnic Chinese in Penang and Kuala Lumpur, ofMalaysia also pray to Lord Murugan during Thaipusam. Murugan ismore popular in South India especially among Tamil people famouslyreferred as Thamizh Kadavul (God of Tamils) compared to other partsof India. In Karnataka he is popular as "Subrahmanya" and is oftenassociated with snakes, famous shrine Kukke Subramanya is wellknown for Sarpa shanti rites. In Andhra Pradesh and Bengal too heis popular by the names "Subrahmanya" and "Kartikeya"respectively.Like most Hindu deities, Murugan is known by manyother names, including Senthil (meaning 'smart' or 'clever'),Saravaṇa, Kārtikeya (meaning 'son of Krittika'), Arumugam, Sanmuga(from Sanskrit Ṣaṇmukha), Shadanana (meaning 'one with six faces'),Kumāra (meaning 'prince or child'), Dhandapany (meaning God with aClub), Guhan or Guruhuha (meaning 'cave-dweller'), Skanda (meaning'that which is spilled or oozed, namely seed' in Sanskrit),Subrahmaṇya, Vēlaṇ and Swaminatha. Subramanya Bhujangam सुब्रमण्याभुजंगम Navagraha Kavacha Mantra नवग्रह कवच मंत्र Skanda SashtiKavacham स्कन्दा सष्टि कवचं 1008 Names Of Sri Subramanya श्रीसुब्रमण्या के १००८ नाम Sri Subramanya Bhujanga Stotra श्रीसुब्रमण्या भुजंगा स्तोत्र Subramanya Gayatri Mantra सुब्रमण्यगायत्री मंत्र Subramanya Ashtakam सुब्रमण्या अष्टकम 108 Names OfSri Subrahmanyam श्री सुब्रमण्या के १०८ नाम Subrahmanya Kavachamसुब्रह्मण्य कवचं Subramanya Panchadasakshari Mantra सुब्रमण्यापंचदशाक्षरी मंत्र Sri Subramanya Moola Mantra Sthavam श्रीसुब्रमण्या मूला मंत्र स्तवं

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1008 Names Sri Durga श्री दुर्गा माँ के १००८ नाम 1.80 APK
Durga Mantras | OFFLINE | HD Audio | Repeat | FREE | HD God imageDurga is the principal form of the Goddess, also known as Devi andShakti in Hinduism. Durga the mahashakti, the form and formless, isthe root cause of creation, preservation and annihilation.According to legend, Durga manifested herself for the slaying ofthe buffalo demon Mahisasura from Brahma, Vishnu, Shiva, and thelesser gods, who were otherwise powerless to overcome him. She ispure Shakti, having manifested herself within the gods so that shemay fulfill the tasks of the universe via them. At times ofdistress, such as the mahishasura episode, to protect the universeshe manifests herself via the gods. The word Durga (दुर्गा)literally means "impassable", "inaccessible", "invincible,unassailable". It is related to the word Durg (दुर्ग) which means"fortress, something difficult to access, attain or pass".According to Monier Monier-Williams, Durga is derived from theroots dur (difficult) and gam (pass, go through).[24] According toAlain Daniélou, Durga means "beyond reach". The word Durga, andrelated terms appear in the Vedic literature, such as in theRigveda hymns 4.28, 5.34, 8.27, 8.47, 8.93 and 10.127, and insections 10.1 and 12.4 of the Atharvaveda. A deity named Durgiappears in section 10.1.7 of the Taittiriya Aranyaka. While theVedic literature uses the word Durga, the description therein lacksthe legendary details about her that is found in later Hinduliterature. The word is also found in ancient post-Vedic Sanskrittexts such as in section 2.451 of the Mahabharata and section4.27.16 of the Ramayana. These usages are in different contexts.For example, Durg is the name of an Asura who had become invincibleto gods, and Durga is the goddess who intervenes and slays him.Durga and its derivatives are found in sections 4.1.99 and 6.3.63of the Ashtadhyayi by Pāṇini, the ancient Sanskrit grammarian, andin the commentary of Nirukta by Yaska. Durga as a demon-slayinggoddess was likely well established by the time the classic Hindutext called Devi Mahatmya was composed, which scholars variouslyestimate to between 400 to 600 CE.[16][17][29] The Devi Mahatmyaand other mythologies describe the nature of demonic forcessymbolized by Mahishasura as shape-shifting and adapting in nature,form and strategy to create difficulties and achieve their evilends, while Durga calmly understands and counters the evil in orderto achieve her solemn goals.[30][31][note 2] There are manyepithets for Durga in Shaktism and nine appellations: Skandamata,Kushmanda, Shailaputri, Kaalratri, Brahmacharini, Kaliputri,Chandraghanta and Siddhidatri. A list of 108 names that are used todescribe her is very popularly in use by eastern Hindus and iscalled "Ashtottara Shatanamavali of Goddess Durga". 1008 Names OfSri Durga श्री दुर्गा माँ के १००८ नाम Om Aim Hreem Kleem ChamundayeVichche ॐ एआईएम ह्रीं कलीम चामुण्डायै विच्चे Durga Mantra SarvaMangala Mangalye दुर्गा मंत्र सर्व मंगला मांगल्ये Durga Kavachदुर्गा कवच Durga Chandi Paath दुर्गा चंडी पाठ Ya Devi SarvaBhuteshu या देवी सर्व भूतेषु Powerful Bhavani stuthi mantra पावरफुलभवानी स्तुति मंत्र Durga Kshama Mantra दुर्गा क्षमा मंत्र Durga MaaAarti - Jai Ambe Gauri दुर्गा माँ आरती - जय आंबे गौरी Durga ChalisaNamo Namo Durge दुर्गा चालीसा नमो नमो दुर्गे Durga Dhyan Mantraदुर्गा ध्यान मंत्र Durga maa or Durgeshwari maa is the destroyer ofall evils in life.
Vitthal Maza Maza Om विट्ठल माझा माझा ॐ 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 ==================================Lyrics: Vitthal Vitthal Vitthala Hari Om Vithala विठ्ठल विठ्ठल हरिओम विठला ManatBharli Pandhari मनातभरली पंढरी Panduranga Bigi BigiDhav Re पांडुरंगा बिगी बिगी धाव रे Vitthal Maza Maza Om विट्ठल माझामाझा ॐ Vitthal Vitthal Jay Hari Vitthal विट्ठल विट्ठल जय हरी विट्ठलShreeVitthal Mantra श्रीविठ्ठल मंत्र Omkar Swarupa ओमकार स्वरूपाShree Vitthal Pandurang Mantra श्री विट्ठल पांडुरंग मंत्र
Om Aim Hreem Kleem Chamundaye Vichche 1.80 APK
Durga Mantras | OFFLINE | HD Audio | Repeat | FREE | HD God imageDurga is the principal form of the Goddess, also known as Devi andShakti in Hinduism. Durga the mahashakti, the form and formless, isthe root cause of creation, preservation and annihilation.According to legend, Durga manifested herself for the slaying ofthe buffalo demon Mahisasura from Brahma, Vishnu, Shiva, and thelesser gods, who were otherwise powerless to overcome him. She ispure Shakti, having manifested herself within the gods so that shemay fulfill the tasks of the universe via them. At times ofdistress, such as the mahishasura episode, to protect the universeshe manifests herself via the gods. The word Durga (दुर्गा)literally means "impassable", "inaccessible", "invincible,unassailable". It is related to the word Durg (दुर्ग) which means"fortress, something difficult to access, attain or pass".According to Monier Monier-Williams, Durga is derived from theroots dur (difficult) and gam (pass, go through).[24] According toAlain Daniélou, Durga means "beyond reach". The word Durga, andrelated terms appear in the Vedic literature, such as in theRigveda hymns 4.28, 5.34, 8.27, 8.47, 8.93 and 10.127, and insections 10.1 and 12.4 of the Atharvaveda. A deity named Durgiappears in section 10.1.7 of the Taittiriya Aranyaka. While theVedic literature uses the word Durga, the description therein lacksthe legendary details about her that is found in later Hinduliterature. The word is also found in ancient post-Vedic Sanskrittexts such as in section 2.451 of the Mahabharata and section4.27.16 of the Ramayana. These usages are in different contexts.For example, Durg is the name of an Asura who had become invincibleto gods, and Durga is the goddess who intervenes and slays him.Durga and its derivatives are found in sections 4.1.99 and 6.3.63of the Ashtadhyayi by Pāṇini, the ancient Sanskrit grammarian, andin the commentary of Nirukta by Yaska. Durga as a demon-slayinggoddess was likely well established by the time the classic Hindutext called Devi Mahatmya was composed, which scholars variouslyestimate to between 400 to 600 CE.[16][17][29] The Devi Mahatmyaand other mythologies describe the nature of demonic forcessymbolized by Mahishasura as shape-shifting and adapting in nature,form and strategy to create difficulties and achieve their evilends, while Durga calmly understands and counters the evil in orderto achieve her solemn goals.[30][31][note 2] There are manyepithets for Durga in Shaktism and nine appellations: Skandamata,Kushmanda, Shailaputri, Kaalratri, Brahmacharini, Kaliputri,Chandraghanta and Siddhidatri. A list of 108 names that are used todescribe her is very popularly in use by eastern Hindus and iscalled "Ashtottara Shatanamavali of Goddess Durga". 1008 Names OfSri Durga श्री दुर्गा माँ के १००८ नाम Om Aim Hreem Kleem ChamundayeVichche ॐ एआईएम ह्रीं कलीम चामुण्डायै विच्चे Durga Mantra SarvaMangala Mangalye दुर्गा मंत्र सर्व मंगला मांगल्ये Durga Kavachदुर्गा कवच Durga Chandi Paath दुर्गा चंडी पाठ Ya Devi SarvaBhuteshu या देवी सर्व भूतेषु Powerful Bhavani stuthi mantra पावरफुलभवानी स्तुति मंत्र Durga Kshama Mantra दुर्गा क्षमा मंत्र Durga MaaAarti - Jai Ambe Gauri दुर्गा माँ आरती - जय आंबे गौरी Durga ChalisaNamo Namo Durge दुर्गा चालीसा नमो नमो दुर्गे Durga Dhyan Mantraदुर्गा ध्यान मंत्र Durga maa or Durgeshwari maa is the destroyer ofall evils in life.
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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 ==================================Lyrics: Vitthal Vitthal Vitthala Hari Om Vithala विठ्ठल विठ्ठल हरिओम विठला ManatBharli Pandhari मनातभरली पंढरी Panduranga Bigi BigiDhav Re पांडुरंगा बिगी बिगी धाव रे Vitthal Maza Maza Om विट्ठल माझामाझा ॐ Vitthal Vitthal Jay Hari Vitthal विट्ठल विट्ठल जय हरी विट्ठलShreeVitthal Mantra श्रीविठ्ठल मंत्र Omkar Swarupa ओमकार स्वरूपाShree Vitthal Pandurang Mantra श्री विट्ठल पांडुरंग मंत्र
Gan Gan Ganat Bote Shri Gajanan Maharaj Mantra 1.80 APK
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
Swami Samarth Jaap 108 स्वामी समर्थ जप १०८ बार 1.82 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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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
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