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Sanskrit Devotional Siva Stuthi

Siva Stuthi

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Ramu
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Sivashtakam

Artists : Ramu
Composers : Purushothaman Sai
03:23  
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Vishwanadha Ashtakam

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Composers : Purushothaman Sai
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Lingasthakam

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Composers : Purushothaman Sai
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Bilwasthakam

Artists : Ramu
Composers : Purushothaman Sai
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Chandrasekara Asthakam

Artists : Ramu
Composers : Purushothaman Sai
05:18  
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Siva Harathi

Artists : Ramu
Composers : Purushothaman Sai
03:22  
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Sri Arthanaareeswarastothram

Artists : Ramu
Composers : Purushothaman Sai
05:11  
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Sivathandavam

Artists : Ramu
Composers : Purushothaman Sai
06:06  
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Sivathandavam

Artists : Ramu
Composers : Purushothaman Sai
03:55  
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Siva Gayathri

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Composers : Purushothaman Sai
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Comment for song Lingasthakam of album 'Siva Stuthi' by RamaPosted:22 Jan,2012
Brahma Muraari Surarchita Lingam
Nirmala Bhaashita Sobhitha Lingam
Janmaja Dhukha Vinaasaha Lingam
Tatpranamaami Sadaashiva Lingam

Devamuni Pravaraarchita Lingam
Kaama Dahana Karunaakara Lingam
Ravana Darpa Vinaasaha Lingam
Tatpranamaami Sadaashiva Lingam

Sarva Sugandha Sulepitha Lingam
Buddhi Vivaardhana Kaarana Lingam
Siddha Suraasura Vandhitha Lingam
Tatpranamaami Sadaashiva Lingam

Kanaga Mahaamani Bhooshitha Lingam
Panipati Veshthitha Sobitha Lingam
Daksha Suyajna Vinaasana Lingam
Tatpranamaami Sadaashiva Lingam

Kunkuma Chandhana Lehpitha Lingam
Pankaja Haara Susobhitha Lingam
Sanchitha Paapa Vinaashana Lingam
Tatpranamaami Sadaashiva Lingam

Deva Ganaarchita Sevitha Lingam
Bhavair Bhakhi Bhirevacha Lingam
Dinakara Koti Prabhaakara Lingam
Tatpranamaami Sadaashiva Lingam

Ahshta Dalopari Veshthitha Lingam
Sarva Samudbhava Kaarana Lingam
Ahshta Daridra Vinaasana Lingam
Tatpranamaami Sadaashiva Lingam

Suraguru Suravara Poojitha Lingam
Suravana Pushpa Sadarchitha Lingam
Paraath Param Paramatmaka Lingam
Tatpranamaami Sadaashiva Lingam

Lingashtaka Midam Punyam
Yah Pathet Sivas
Comment for song Siva Gayathri of album 'Siva Stuthi' by T ChithanPosted:11 Dec,2010
Very nice
Comment for song Sivathandavam of album 'Siva Stuthi' by SuhasiniPosted:14 Nov,2010
Wonderful!!!
Comment for song Lingasthakam of album 'Siva Stuthi' by NishiPosted:14 Jan,2010
Love to hear it again and again in the morning, very melodious.
Comment for song Chandrasekara Asthakam of album 'Siva Stuthi' by VaidyanathanPosted:17 Nov,2009
OM NAMAHSIVAYA--- HE IS THE ONLY REFUGE FOR SALVATION
FROM THIS WORLDLY ILLS
Comment for song Sivathandavam of album 'Siva Stuthi' by SoniyaPosted:17 Nov,2009
Yes I have heard this. absolutely heavenly. one of my fav. thanks .
Comment for song Sivathandavam of album 'Siva Stuthi' by T ChithanPosted:16 Nov,2009
Very nice
Comment for song Chandrasekara Asthakam of album 'Siva Stuthi' by T ChithanPosted:16 Nov,2009
Very lovely...
Comment for song Sri Arthanaareeswarastothram of album 'Siva Stuthi' by Shyama PriyaPosted:01 Jun,2009
THE LEGEND 2:......The following legend and commentary explains the reason Ardhanarishvara is worshipped so prominently during Deepam at Arunachala. At which time a Murti symbolising the union of Siva-Parvati is displayed inside the compound of Arunachaleswarar Temple immediately after the fire is lit on top of the Hill. Legend of Ardhanarishvara The Goddess once playfully closed the eyes of her Beloved thereby plunging the world into darkness and causing suffering to all living beings. The Universal mother comprehending her folly started worshipping Lord Siva in the form of a Lingam to absolve herself of the sin and reunite with him. After first visiting Kanchipuram, Parvati proceeded to Tiruvannamalai to do her penance. While performing penance at Pavalakundru (with the help of Sage Gautama), the demon Mahishasura came and disturbed Parvati’s tapas. The Mother then took the form of Durga Devi and destroyed the demon on Full Moon Day of the Tamil Month of Karthigai during the auspicious period of Pradosham. Satisfied with his Goddess, Lord Siva presented himself in the form of Fire atop the hill and merged with Parvati - thus was created the half-man, half-woman aspect of the Lord, symbolising the oneness of all beings. To commemorate this event, every year during the festival of Annamalai Deepam, Lord Ardhanarishvara presents himself as Jyoti Swarupa to his devotees. This fusion of Siva and Shakti representing the male and female halves, transcends the distinction and limitation of male and female and takes the Lord to a level beyond gender-manifest Brahman, realization of which means liberation. Siva is snow-white while Shakti is golden. He is substance while She is substrate. Siva is static; Shakti dynamic and creative. Siva is Being and Shakti is Becoming. He is One; She is many; He is Infinite and She renders the Infinite into finite; He is formless and She renders the Formless into myriad forms; But both are one. Siva and Shakti exist in Nirmala Turiya state (Stainless Purity). When it comes to worship of Ardhanarishvara, some worship the Siva aspect and some worship the Shakti aspect. Siva is viewed as the Holder of Power, though he is inert. Siva is Shava (dead body) without Shakti. All the power in creation, maintenance, and dissolution rests with Shakti. But the Great Mother does not exist without Siva. When they become one Ardhanarishvara becomes a being of generative and constructive force. Philosophically, this form portrays the boundless Grace of God. The formless God is called Parashiva. On Its own free-will for the benefit of pashus (souls), which are drowned in pasha (bondage), It thinks to create the worlds. Its dynamism of creation thus springs out of It, which is called Shakti. Now Shiva and Its power Shakti create everything. This is the form of their togetherness that makes every existence active. Siva and Shakti are one and the same Supreme. They are associated like the person and the action of the person. They are one and the same like ice and the water - one becomes the other. Shiva and Shakti are compared to gold and gold ornaments; they are the same; Shiva is hypostasis and when this force fuses with Shakti, it results in a multitude of manifestations. [With thanks to A. Venkatraman] .
Comment for song Sri Arthanaareeswarastothram of album 'Siva Stuthi' by Shyama PriyaPosted:01 Jun,2009
THE LEGEND 1 :........Ardhanarishvara` is a combination of three words `Ardha`, `Nari` and `Ishwara` means `half`, `woman` and `lord` respectively, which when combined means the lord whose half is woman. It is believed that the God is Shiva and the woman part is his consort Parvati or Shakti. The Ardhanarishvara represents a constructive and generative power. There is a legend about the Ardhanarishvara form of god. Sage Bringi was one of the ardent followers of Lord Shiva. He used to worship only Lord Shiva but not Shakti. Goddess Shakti, being the power of the universe pulled out the energy from Bringi Maharishi`s body. Now he was even unable to stand. The sage then pleaded to god. God Shiva provided him with a stick. The Rishi could walk with the support of the stick and continued worshipping Lord Shiva alone. Goddess Shakti wanted to become an inseparable part of Lord Shiva. She started observing Kedara Mahavrata austerity, which is also known as Deepavali. Lord Shiva was propitiated with the austerity and granted her boon of being part to his own form. The Lord thus became Ardhanarishvara, i.e. the male part in the right side and the female part in the left side in the same form. ...........Shiva and Shakti are one and the same supreme power. The rupam is called Parashiva. God creates the world and act for the benefits of Pashus (souls), who are attached by Pasha (bondage). The power of creation comes from Shiva and Shakti. Though they are incorporated in the same form they act independently as well as jointly. This is understood when the philosophers in ancient scriptures describe Shakti as wife, mother and daughter of Shiva. As wife, Shakti acts together with Shiva, as mother Shakti becomes Shiva or Shiva comes out of Shakti and as daughter Shiva becomes Shakti................ww.indianetzone.com/12/ardhanarishvara.htm
Comment for song Sri Arthanaareeswarastothram of album 'Siva Stuthi' by Shyama PriyaPosted:01 Jun,2009
1)..Her body is fair like the campa flower; His body is like camphor. She has elaborately braided hair decked with pearls; And he has matted hair. I bow to Shivah** and I bow to Shiva.....(2)..Her body is sprinkled with musk-vermillion powder; His body is smeared with funeral pyre ash. She has the power of sexual desire; And He is adverse to it I bow to Shivah and I bow to Shiva.....(3).... From Her you hear the movement of tinkling anklets and bracelets, His lotus feet have glistening anklets of snakes. She is adorned with golden armlets, And He has armlets of snakes. I bow to Shivah and I bow to Shiva....(4).... Her eyes are like large blue lotuses, His eyes are like the red lotus. Her eyes are even, His eyes are uneven. I bow to Shivah and I bow to Shiva.....(5).... She is wearing a garland of mandar flowers in Her hair, He is wearing a garland of skulls around His neck. She is wearing silks of divine quality; And He is clad only by the sky. I bow to Shivah and I bow to Shiva......(6).... Her hair is dark like the monsoon clouds; His matted locks flash with the luster of lightning. She is Lord of All; He is Lord of All.*** I bow to Shivah and I bow to Shiva.....(7).... Hers is the dance that creates differentiation; His is the dance that destroys everything. I bow to the Mother of the Universe. I bow to the Father of the Universe. I bow to Shivah and I bow to Shiva.....(8).... Her earrings sparkle with radiant, precious stones; His earrings are hissing snakes. He embraces Her; And She embraces Him. I bow to Shivah and I bow to Shiva........ FOOTNOTES :.........* The actual title of this hymn is "Ardhanarinateshwara Stotra," or "Hymn to the Lord of the Dance Who Is Half Woman" -- an alternative title assigned to Ardhanari within Shaiva sects. This anonymous composition is attributed to the eighth-century sage, Sri Adi Shankara. ** Shakti is referred to in this hymn as Shivah, or Shivaa -- a feminine form of the name Shiva. *** Because this hymn has been passed down orally for centuries, from generation to generation, several variant forms now exist. Some Shaiva versions recite this line as, "She is not Lord; He is Lord of All."
Comment for song Sri Arthanaareeswarastothram of album 'Siva Stuthi' by Shyama PriyaPosted:01 Jun,2009
chAMpeyagaurArdha sharIrakAyai karpUragaurArdha sharIrakAya | dhammillakAyai cha jaTAdharAya namaH shivAyai cha namaH shivAya || kastUrikA kuMkumacharchitAyai chitArajaHpu~njavicharchitAya | kR^itasmarAyai vikR^itasmarAya namaH shivAyai cha namaH shivAya || jhaNatkvaNatka.nkaNa nUpurAyai pAdAbjarAjatphaNinUpurAya | hemA~NgadAyai bhujagA~NgadAya $(1)$ namaH shivAyai cha namaH shivAya || vishAlanIlotpalalochanAyai vikAsipa~NkeruhalochanAya | samexaNAyai viShamexaNAya namaH shivAyai cha namaH shivAya || mandAramAlAkalitAlakAyai kapAlamAlA~NkitakandharAya | divyAMbarAyai cha digaMbarAya namaH shivAyai cha namaH shivAya || aMbhodharashyAmalaku.ntalAyai taTitprabhAtAmrajaTAdharAya | nirIshvarAyai nikhileshwarAya namaH shivAyai cha namaH shivAya || prapa~nchasR^iShTyunmukhalAsyakAyai samastasaMhArakatANDavAya | jagajjananyai jagadekapitre namah shivAyai cha namaH shivAya || pradIptaratnojjvalakuNDalAyai sphuranmahApannagabhUShaNAya | shivAnvitAyai cha shivAnvitAya namaH shivAyai cha namaH shivAya || etatpaThedaShTakamiShTadaM yo bhaktyA sa mAnyo bhuvi dIrghajIvI | prApnoti saubhAgyamanantakAlaM bhUyAt sadA tasya samastasiddiH || | iti shrI sha~Nkara bhagavatpAda virachitam ardhanArIshwarastotram |
Comment for song Sivashtakam of album 'Siva Stuthi' by Shyama PriyaPosted:01 Jun,2009
prabhuM prANanAthaM vibhuM vishvanAthaM jagannAthanAthaM sadAnandabhAjAm.h | bhavadbhavyabhUteshvaraM bhUtanAthaM shivaM shaN^karaM shambhumIshAnamIDe || 1|| gale ruNDamAlaM tanau sarpajAlaM mahAkAlakAlaM gaNeshAdhipAlam.h | jaTAjUTabhaN^gottaraN^gairvishAlaM shivaM shaN^karaM shambhumIshAnamIDe || 2|| mudAmAkaraM maNDanaM maNDayantaM mahAmaNDala bhasmabhUshhadharaMtam.h | anAdihyapAraM mahAmohahAraM shivaM shaN^karaM shambhumIshAnamIDe || 3|| taTAdho nivAsaM mahATTATTahAsaM mahApApanAshaM sadAsuprakAsham.h | girIshaM gaNeshaM maheshaM sureshaM shivaM shaN^karaM shambhumIshAnamIDe || 4|| girindrAtmajAsa.ngrahItArdhadehaM girau sa.nsthitaM sarvadA sannageham.h | parabrahmabrahmAdibhirvandhyamAnaM shivaM shaN^karaM shambhumIshAnamIDe || 5|| kapAlaM trishUlaM karAbhyAM dadhAnaM padAmbhojanamrAya kAmaM dadAnam.h | balIvardayAnaM surANAM pradhAnaM shivaM shaN^karaM shambhumIshAnamIDe || 6|| sharachchandragAtraM guNAnanda pAtraM trinetraM pavitraM dhaneshasya mitram.h | aparNAkalatraM charitraM vichitraM shivaM shaN^karaM shambhumIshAnamIDe || 7|| haraM sarpahAraM chitA bhUvihAraM bhavaM vedasAraM sadA nirvikAram.h | shmashaane vadantaM manojaM dahantaM shivaM shaN^karaM shambhumIshAnamIDe || 8|| stavaM yaH prabhAte naraH shUlapANe paThet.h sarvadA bhargabhAvAnuraktaH | sa putraM dhanaM dhAnyamitraM kalatraM vichitraM samAsAdya mokshaM prayAti || 9||
Comment for song Vishwanadha Ashtakam of album 'Siva Stuthi' by Ambika SomanPosted:01 Jun,2009
Vaaranasi Natha...... Namo ! ! ! .........^........ Nice Song
Comment for song Sivashtakam of album 'Siva Stuthi' by Ambika SomanPosted:21 Jul,2008
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