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While Sri Sastry and Vamsee maintain this website out of their pockets, donations are sought for providing free education to deserving students in the vEdic school. Any other creative ways of participation in this effort are encouraged. Please do not attempt to learn the mantras from the audio without the guidance of a qualified guru, since a mantra by definition should only be recited according to the right shruti. However, feel free to learn the stotras as they are not bound by shruti. The vEda mantras have been passed down orally for more than years without any change, either in their intonation or the content.

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Please do not attempt to learn the mantras from the audio without the guidance of a qualified guru, since a mantra by definition should only be recited according to the right shruti.

However, feel free to learn the stotras as they are not bound by shruti. The vEda mantras have been passed down orally for more than years without any change, either in their intonation or the content.

The vEdas are the basis for the world's oldest and continuous civilization arising out of bhAratavarSha India. Please listen to these very sacred mantras with a clean body and a pure mind to enhance your spiritual progress. Note: We have followed the ITrans scheme to transliterate Samskrita words in English letters to accurately represent Samskrita letters.

Your browser does not support the audio element. Introduction to the Vedas in telugu. Shanti Mantram. Mahanyasam - Part 1. Mahanyasam - Part 2. Narayana Suktam. Rudra Namakam Chamakam fast without music. Rudra Namakam Chamakam slow with music.

Rudra Ghanam Anuvakam - 1. Rudra Ghanam Anuvakam - 2. DurgA Suktam fast without music. Bhoo Suktam. ShrI Suktam without phala shruti and with music. ShrI Suktam with phala shruti and without music. Purusha Suktam. Punita Stotram. Taittiriya Brahmana Mantra. Taittiriya Upanishad — Shiksha Valli. Taittiriya Upanishad — Brahmananda Valli. Taittiriya Upanishad — Bhrigu Valli. Atharvashirsha - Ganapati Upanishad. Manyu Suktam.

Nakshatra Malika Mantram. Durga Suktam slow with music NEW. Sanusvara Prashna a. Shiva Stotram. Ardhanarishvara Stotram. Shiva Manasa Puja. Shiva Mangalam. Vishvanatha Ashtakam. Bhujanga Stotram. Shiva Suprabhatam. Shivatandava Stotram. Introduction to durgA sapta shati shlOkAvaLi in telugu. DurgA sapta shati shlOkAvaLi Annapurnashtakam NEW.

Chandika Stotram. Lakshmi Ashtottarashatanamam. Lakshmi Sahasranamam. Lalita Sahasranamam. Saundarya Lahari 1 - 41 Slokas. Saundarya Lahari 42 - Slokas. Kanakadhara Stavam. Indraakshi Stotram. Devi Khadgamala NEW.

Rajarajeswari Shodasa Shlokavali. Satyadeva Suprabhatam. Satyadeva suprabhatam with Meaning. Introduction to shrI satya dEvam bhaje in telugu by Dr. ShrI Satya Devam bhaje Dasavatara Stuti. Vishnu Sahasranamam. Apaddharma Stotram. Ramaraksha Stotram. Madhurashtakam NEW. Krishnashtakam NEW. Ganesha Pancharatnam. Subrahmanya Ashtakam. Surya Ashtakam NEW. Aditya Hridayam NEW.

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Mahanyasapurvaka Rudrabhishekam is performed after Abhishekam to Swamy varu. Either a single person or couple can participate in this pooja. Srisailam temple performs Mahanyasapurvaka Rudrabhishekam regularly but it is not performed on Sundays, Mondays and festival days as such days command more devotees and in turn huge rush. The charge for this pooja is Rs. Sevakarthas are requested to contact the temple authorities two in advance.

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Mahanyasam

These then would be the earliest literary references and material remains of Vedic culture in nepAl. Today, this type of recitation survives only with some families in kerala. It would, therefore, seem that the older way of Vedic recitation, which dates back even to earliest vedic times i. The medieval Vedic transmission and the actual recital of the texts therefore seems to have been very conservative and faithful in nepAl. On the other hand, there was a considerable influence of the North Indian traditions, coming with the maithilI Brahmins. Deviating from shuklayajurveda-sarvAnukrama sutra a treatise describing rishI , devatA ,chhanda of mAdhyandina samhitA ,it mentions of peculiar rishIs and devatAs for the mantras.

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