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Kamasikashtakam

03:13  
1321    

Astabhujashtakam

03:09  
560    

Sri Nirusimhashtakam

03:13  
742    

Sri Krishnashtakam

02:01  
661    

Sri Ramaraksha Stotram

08:13  
684    

Sri Ramashtakam (vyasa)

02:02  
301    

Sr Ramashtakam (tara)

02:33  
286    

Sri Paramarta Stuti

03:03  
248    

Sri Sudarsana Shatkam

01:58  
446    

Sri Sudarshanashtakam

04:40  
562    

Sri Gopalavimsati

07:47  
241    

Sri Ranganatha Stotram

03:15  
393    

Sri Mahalakshmyashtakam

02:38  
741    

Sri Shodasayuda Stotram

04:39  
180    

Sri Nirusimha Panchamiruta Stotram

02:27  
320    

Garuda Dandakam

03:23  
480    

Prarthana

Artists : Anantha Padmanabachariar
Composers : Traditional
Lyricists : Traditional
03:21  
208    

Samkshepa Ramayanam

Artists : Anantha Padmanabachariar
Composers : Traditional
Lyricists : Traditional
22:54  
429    

Sri Ramavatharam

Artists : Anantha Padmanabachariar
Composers : Traditional
Lyricists : Traditional
08:22  
67    

Sri Seetha Kalyanam

Artists : Anantha Padmanabachariar
Composers : Traditional
Lyricists : Traditional
15:09  
169    

Sri Gayathri Ramayanam

Artists : Anantha Padmanabachariar
Composers : Traditional
Lyricists : Traditional
05:08  
93    

Mangalam

Artists : Anantha Padmanabachariar
Composers : Traditional
Lyricists : Traditional
03:21  
161    

Mangalaslokam

Artists : Anantha Padmanabachariar
Composers : Traditional
Lyricists : Traditional
02:24  
144    

Bishma Sthuthi

Artists : Anantha Padmanabachariar
Composers : Traditional
Lyricists : Traditional
02:54  
72    

Kunthi Sthuthi

Artists : Anantha Padmanabachariar
Composers : Traditional
Lyricists : Traditional
06:11  
83    

Bhima Sthuthi

Artists : Anantha Padmanabachariar
Composers : Traditional
Lyricists : Traditional
04:54  
55    

Sri Krishnavatharam

Artists : Anantha Padmanabachariar
Composers : Traditional
Lyricists : Traditional
13:17  
62    

Sri Rukmini Kalyanam

Artists : Anantha Padmanabachariar
Composers : Traditional
Lyricists : Traditional
29:31  
261    

Ashtothra Sadanaama Stothram

Artists : Anantha Padmanabachariar
Composers : Traditional
Lyricists : Traditional
05:39  
90    

Ashtothra Sadanamavali

Artists : Anantha Padmanabachariar
Composers : Traditional
Lyricists : Traditional
07:04  
115    

Aabadhudhaarana Hanumath Stothram

Artists : Anantha Padmanabachariar
Composers : Traditional
Lyricists : Traditional
05:00  
222    

Sakala Kaariyasiddhi

Artists : Anantha Padmanabachariar
Composers : Traditional
Lyricists : Traditional
04:42  
393    

Hanumath Bhujanga Stothram

Artists : Anantha Padmanabachariar
Composers : Traditional
Lyricists : Traditional
04:16  
216    

Mangala Sthuthi

Artists : Anantha Padmanabachariar
Composers : Traditional
Lyricists : Traditional
02:03  
279    

Sri Hanumath Sahasranaaa Stothram

Artists : Anantha Padmanabachariar
Composers : Traditional
Lyricists : Traditional
10:02  
286    

Panjamuga Hanumath Prabhavam

03:45  
264    
     

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Comment for song Panjamuga Hanumath Prabhavam of album 'Slokas' by SrinivasanPosted:25 Dec,2012
Wonderful Explanation of Pancha Muga Hanumanth Prabhavam
Comment for song Samkshepa Ramayanam of album 'Slokas' by ShobhanathgmPosted:18 Jul,2012
excellent. mind provoking and offers peace to mind and soul
Comment for song Sri Ramaraksha Stotram of album 'Slokas' by Yvrk.shastriPosted:20 Jan,2012
Really it is highly powerful sthotram.
Comment for 'Slokas' by Sandip ValviPosted:14 Jan,2012
my like slokas
Comment for 'Slokas' by Yogiraj R ChoudhariPosted:28 Aug,2011
beautiful
Comment for song Sri Mahalakshmyashtakam of album 'Slokas' by AthulPosted:17 Dec,2010
beautiful
Comment for song Sri Ramaraksha Stotram of album 'Slokas' by SoniyaPosted:11 Aug,2010
Ramraksha Stotram (Rama Raksha stotra or Ram Raksha Mantra) is the Sanskrit Hindu devotional prayer addressed to Lord Rama (Ramachander). Ram Raksha Stotra was composed by Saint Budha Koushika. By chanting the Ramaraksha Stotra we are requesting Lord Ram (Ramachandra) to protect us from all troubles and bless us with health, wealth, prosperity and success. It is also believed that by chanting this great stotra will help to get rid of all the problem caused by Navagraha (Nine Planets)
Comment for song Samkshepa Ramayanam of album 'Slokas' by T ChithanPosted:30 Jul,2010
Inspiring and very nice.
Comment for song Sakala Kaariyasiddhi of album 'Slokas' by Ambika SomanPosted:03 Jul,2010
.....Divine.....
Comment for song Sakala Kaariyasiddhi of album 'Slokas' by S.balakrishnan-chenn..Posted:03 Jul,2010
Thanks humma for this slokam from a scholor
Comment for song Sakala Kaariyasiddhi of album 'Slokas' by Visali AishwaryaPosted:18 Feb,2010
very clear...thanks for explanation of what purpose we have to say these slokas...good
Comment for song Kamasikashtakam of album 'Slokas' by Shyama PriyaPosted:02 Feb,2010
Read the verses and commentaries here......http://desikastotras.blogspot.com/
Comment for song Kamasikashtakam of album 'Slokas' by Shyama PriyaPosted:02 Feb,2010
"Vedanta Desikar, the great Vaishnavite scholar composed his Kamasikashtakam on Lord Narasimha enshrined at the temple of Velirukkai in Kanchi. This is a divya desam as it was sanctified by Azhwars and the Lord here is referred to as Kamasika Narasimhan as he is said to have settled (Asika) here to meditate of his own free will (Kama). The deity is in yogic posture and has three eyes, a feature that is also seen in the Narasimha at the Singaperumal Koil near Madras."
Comment for song Sri Gopalavimsati of album 'Slokas' by Shyama PriyaPosted:01 Feb,2010
For the beautiful verses, along with an English translation-commentary, see here.....http://www.ibiblio.org/sripedia/ebooks/vdesikan/gopala_vimsati/index.html
Comment for song Sri Gopalavimsati of album 'Slokas' by Shyama PriyaPosted:01 Feb,2010
"Swami Sri Vedanta Desikan composed 20 verses in praise of Gopala and prayed that he should be blessed with thoughts exclusively about HIM during his final moments (Anthima Smrithi) on this earth. Swami composed these twenty verses, when he was overcome by the beauty of the Archa Murthy of Sri Rajagopalan in the Divya Desam at Thiruvahindrapuram. The Sanskrit name for twenty is Vimsathi and hence these twenty verses in praise of Sri Gopala are celebrated as Sri Gopala Vimsathi. For more than 700 years, these verses have been sung prior to Sri Vaishnava TadhiyAraadhanams (Group partaking of food presented to the Lord earlier) to seek the Lord's blessings and during the occasion of marriages to confer the blessings of the Lord on the bride and the bridegroom.

Swami Sri Vedanta Desikan paints a word picture of the incomparable beauty of Sri Gopalan, describes the structure of His mantram and affectionately recalls the many mischievous deeds performed by Bala Gopalan in Gokulam and BrindhAvanam to the utter delight of the humans and the celestial beings.

Sri Gopala Vimsathi must have been very dear to Swami Desikan as indicated by his inclusion of the twelfth verse of this stotram in his esoteric master piece known as Sankalpa Suryodhayam. There, he depicts Narada descending from heaven singing joyously the above verse during his journey to meet Purushan and initiate him into the Maha Mantram of the Lord...."

Recited on Janmashtami, in celebration of the birth of the Lord.
Comment for song Sri Gayathri Ramayanam of album 'Slokas' by Shyama PriyaPosted:01 Feb,2010
"he Valmiki Ramayana contains 24,000 verses. Sage Valmiki has hidden the 24 Beejaaksharas (seed letters) of the sacred Gayatri Mantra in these 24000 verses (one Beejaakshara per thousand verses). The above collection of 24 verses which carry the 24 Beejaaksharas is called as Gayatri Ramayana. It is said that by chanting this everyday, one will acquire the same merit as one acquires by chanting the entire Ramayana."

Follow these verses here.....
http://www.indiadivine.org/audarya/hinduism/452533-gayatri-ramayana.html
Comment for song Sri Seetha Kalyanam of album 'Slokas' by Shyama PriyaPosted:01 Feb,2010
Very auspicious and inspiring to listen to this great piece from the Balakanda section of Valmiki Ramyanam narrating the most honorable wedding on earth of Sri Rama with Sri Sita. We do not need any invitation to this grand wedding that symbolizes the ideals of a Hindu vivaha and the norms of the union.............listen and read the verses alongside with translations as you savor this vivid section..........http://www.valmikiramayan.net/bala/sarga73/bala_73_frame.htm
Comment for song Sri Ramavatharam of album 'Slokas' by Shyama PriyaPosted:01 Feb,2010
The following site is very helpful in following the talks in this section on the birth of Lord Rama and the reason for his presence in this world.....includes slokas in Sanskrit with English translations.......http://www.valmikiramayan.net/bala/sarga18/bala_18_frame.htm
Comment for song Hanumath Bhujanga Stothram of album 'Slokas' by Ambika SomanPosted:01 Feb,2010
ll OM ANJANEYA NAMAH ll
Comment for song Kamasikashtakam of album 'Slokas' by GracePosted:15 Dec,2009
I'm listening this first time.. very beautiful..
Comment for song Sri Sudarshanashtakam of album 'Slokas' by A.balasubramanianPosted:20 Nov,2009
forceful and touching
Comment for song Kamasikashtakam of album 'Slokas' by A.balasubramanianPosted:20 Nov,2009
forceful and touching
Comment for song Garuda Dandakam of album 'Slokas' by GracePosted:08 Oct,2009
Sriman VenkataNadharya kavi tharkika kesari,
Vedantacharya varyo may sannidatham sada hrudhi

(I keep in my ,mind always and dedicate myself,
Sri Venkata natha , who is the lion among poets
And who is a great teacher of philosophy.)


Nama pannaga nadhaya Vaikunta vasa varthine,
Sruthi Sindhu sudothpada mandharaya guruthmathe.

Salutations to the Lord of Serpents,
Who resides in control of Vaikunta,
Who like the mandara mountain,
Churned the ocean of Vedas,
And has the nectar of it on his legs

Garudamakhila veda needadhiroodam dwishath peedanoth kanditha kunta Vaikunta peetikrutha skandameede swaneedagathi preetha Rudra sukeerthi sathanaa bhoga gaado upagooda sphuratha kantaka vratha veda vyadha vepamana dwi jihwa aadhipakalpa vishpharyamana sphatavatika rathna rochichchata raji neerajithm kanthi kallolini rajitham. 1

The God Garuda who uses the Vedas as his nest as well as the seat,
who leaves Vaikunta and accompanies his Lord Narayana , who rides on his shoulders in his endeavors to kill and destroy the enemies of his devotees,
who on his return is deeply hugged by his wives Rudrai and Sukeerthi, who miss his absence,
which makes his hairs stand erect like thorns and hurts the conquered serpents that he uses as his ornaments ,
which makes the two tounged serpents overcome with fear and make them open their hoods , leading the gems in their hoods to emit strong red light
Which in turn gives out an appearance of showing of camphor light. which makes him shine in the wave of light.

Jaya Garuda suparna dharveekaraahara devaadhipahara haarin divoukaspathi kshiptha dhamboli dharaa kina kalpa , kalpantha vaathoola kalpodhayan aalpa veerayithodhya
Chamathkara dhaithyari jathra dwajaroha nirdharithothkarsha sankrashanathman garuthman maruth panchakadeesa sathyadhi moorthe na kaschid samasthe namasthe punasthe nama. 2

Victory to Garuda with very pretty wings, who uses huge serpents as his food,
who stole the nectar from the devas,
which made the king of devas angry with Garuda and made Indra throw his Vajrayudha on him ,
which in turn caused many wounds on his body , which healed wounds today shine like his ornaments,
Who shines in the waving flag of Lord Vishnu during his war leading to the extermination of the Rakshasas and his being recognized as the soul of the war,
Who is the personification of truth and assumed the form of five winds Prana, upana , Samana, udana and Vyana

There is none like you, I salute you first then again salute you and again salute you.

Nama idham jahath saparyaya paryaya niryatha paksha anila sphala nodhwela padhodhi veechi chapeta hadha agadha patala bhankara samkrudha nagendra peeda sruni bhava baswan nakha srenaya chanda thundaya nruthya adbhuhda janga bruve vajrine dhamshtraya thubhyam adhyathma vidhya vidheya vidheya bhavaddhaasya- maabhadhaydhaa dhayedhascha may. 3

Saluted by very many great learned men, when you fly, your wings generate such a storm that it creates waves in the ocean,
which reach Patala (the nether world) and a great sound resembling “Bham”, disturb the elephants who are in guard there , who in turn try to attack you ,
and your form with your sharp nails similar to the goad used to control elephants repulses them ,
and you look fearful to your enemies ,
with your big beak which raises terror,
your squinted eye brows resembling a look of a cobra,
and your canine teeth which resembles the Vajrayudha (weapon of Indra),
please make the knowledge of God as mine and take mercy on me and protect this , your slave ,

Manuranugatha pakshi vakthra spurath tharaka sthavaka schithra bhanu Priya shekhara sthrayatham nas thrivargapa varga prassothi para vyoma dhaman vala dweshi dharpa jwala dwalakhilya prathigna vatheerna sthiraam Thathwa budhim paraam bhakthi dhenum jagan moola kandhe mukunde mahananda dhogdhim dhadhidhaa
Mudhaa kama heenaam aahee nama heenanthaka. 4

Oh Bird who resides in the abode of Vishnu,
with the five syllable manthra starting with Om and ending with the name of the wife of the fire God(Swaha) ,
you who were born to fulfill the curse of sages called Valakhilya on the Lord Indra, fulfilled their curse,
you who are the lord of death to the base serpents that challenged you,
you whose lord is Mukunda who is the root cause of the universe and the great milk man constantly giving great happiness,
be pleased to bless me with discriminative knowledge ,
be pleased to bless me to be a cow constantly giving the milk of devotion
and be pleased to blessed with joy which is bereft of ordinary passion,


Shad trimsath gana charano nara pari paati naveena gumbha gana,
Vishnuradha dandakoyam vighatayathu vipaksha vaahinee vyooham.


This poem comprises of 4 lines , with each line having 36 groups,
With each group consisting of three syllables and follows the rules of the poem,
And if recited is capable of driving away enemy formations completely.

Vichithra siddhidhada soyam Venkatesa vipasschitha,
Garuda dwaja thoshaya geetho Garuda Dandaka.

This Dandaka in praise of Garuda , was composed,
In honour of The Lord who has Garuda in his flag,
By a scholar called Venkatesa and fulfill the wishes,
And grant many fold blessings to the reciter.
Comment for song Garuda Dandakam of album 'Slokas' by GracePosted:08 Oct,2009
Yes very true .. In Xth chapter of Bhagawadgita .. when lord describes his few vibhutis..he says ..among the birds I'm garuda the king of all Birds.. .. this is rendition of Sri vedanta desika ..

Vedanta Desika is possibly one of the greatest poets of Srivaishnavism and lived between 1269 and 1370. He was born in Thoopul, near Kanchipuram. He was named as Venkata Natha and was trained in the philosophy of Saint Ramanuja. This great prayer extols Garuda, one of the foremost devotees of Lord Vishnu, who also is his steed. This poem is written in the Dandaka meter.( Dandakam is that poetry where some of the lines have more than 26 syllables. It very much resembles prose)
Comment for song Samkshepa Ramayanam of album 'Slokas' by PadmanabhanPosted:18 Jul,2009
A Beautifully condensed Valmiki Ramayanam in just 100 slokas . Sri Anantha Padmanabhachariar has rendered it with excellent diction
Comment for song Sri Ranganatha Stotram of album 'Slokas' by Shyama PriyaPosted:20 May,2009
The most powerful stanza and telling one is..............Na jathu peethamrutha moorchithanaam, Naakaukasam nanda vana vaathikaasu, Rangeswara thwat pura maasrithaanam, Rathya suna manya thamo bhaveyam. 6.................. I do not want to drink the nectar and sleep, On the pretty gardens of even the abode of devas, But would prefer to be a dog in the street, Which serves your city, Oh Lord of Ranga.
Comment for song Sri Ranganatha Stotram of album 'Slokas' by Shyama PriyaPosted:20 May,2009
Translated by P. R. Ramachander ...............(1).....I salute that Lord of Ranga, Who sleeps in the yogic pose, On the bed of Adhisesha, Below the tall dome**, Which resembles a lotus bud, And is surrounded by seven ramparts, And which is in between two Kaveri rivers, With his right hand near his crown, And his lotus like merciful left hand, Pointing towards his feet which take care of us all............(2)......When will I be able to see and salute that Lord Ranganatha, Wearing long pundarika* of musk, having mischievous eyes extending to the ears, Wearing a pretty smile, having beautiful lips, wearing gem studded crown, And having a lotus like face which bewitches all those who see him?.......(3)......When will I be able to spend my days in the city of Ranga, On the shores of Kaveri meditating on my Lord, Who is sleeping on the king of serpents, And who has a very pretty form of the colour of Indra’s sapphire, And muttering his names, Oh slayer of Madhu, Oh Narayana, Oh Hari and Oh Govinda.......(4).....When will I able to take bath in the clear waters of Kaveri? When will I able to live in the dense gardens which are there, In the shores of that river which are panacea for tiredness? And when I will be able to sit on the sands in the shore of Kaveri, Which leads to all that is good and chant the names like, Oh Lord of Ranga, Oh Lotus eyed one, Oh Lord who sleeps on sesha.......(5).....When I will be able to see again that holy and pretty city of Srirangam, Which has waters which are as deep as half the arecanut tree, Which has happy, perplexed birds who chatter the words of Vedas, And which has wayfarers requesting for salvation everywhere?.......(6).....I do not want to drink the nectar and sleep, On the pretty gardens of even the abode of devas, But would prefer to be a dog in the street, Which serve your city, Oh Lord of Ranga..........(7)......You get done worships to pacify the ills, Of your temple being touched by a lowly dog, Which is a charge, which is patently false, And Oh Lord of Ranga, what are you going to do, When I, a much lowlier being, enter your temple.......(8).......The saint Ramanuja gets pleased due to his devotion to, Sri Ranga, Vishnu Kanchi, Thiruppathi, Tharkshyagiri, Simhachala, Sri Koorma, Jagannatha, Bhadrinath, Naimisarnya, Dwaraka, Prayaga, Mathura, Ayodhya, Gaya, Pushkara, And mountain Salagrama which are all the divine temples.
Comment for song Sri Ranganatha Stotram of album 'Slokas' by Shyama PriyaPosted:20 May,2009
Composer is Sri Parasara Bhattar who was the son of Koorathazhvar and was the chief priest of the great Sri Rangam temple. This great stotra is said to have been composed, when Bhattar had to leave the city of Srirangam, when he angered the Chola king and stayed at Thirukkhoshtiyur. The great love he had for Sri Ranganatha and the anguish he had because he was forced to stay away from the great god are amply reflected here.
Comment for 'Slokas' by Chandrika.bPosted:19 Dec,2008
Truly a inspiring compilation!
Comment for song Ashtothra Sadanaama Stothram of album 'Slokas' by Ambika SomanPosted:21 Jul,2008
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Comment for song Sri Gayathri Ramayanam of album 'Slokas' by Ambika SomanPosted:21 Jul,2008
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