Mantras

Stotras, Suktas and Dasara Padas

Primarily in Kannada script. Some of them are available in Devanagiri and English scripts as well. Note: Some of the documents links are to external sites and open in a separate window.


Maha Vishnu

  1. Dvadasha Stotra – By Sri Madhvacharya (Devanagari) (English) (Devanagari + English)
  2. Vishnu Sahasranama Stotra (Devanagiri) (English)
  3. Nrusimha Stuti
  4. Nrusimha Krupavalokana Prarthana Stuti
  5. Srinivasa Stotra (Devanagari) (English) (Dev + Eng)
  6. Vishnu Ashtavimshati Nama Stotra (Devanagari) (English)
  7. Vishnu Shodasha Nama Stotra
  8. Narayana Varma (Narayana Kavacha) (Devanagiri)
  9. Ramesha Stuti (Devanagiri)
  10. Avatara Traya Stotra – By Sri Vadiraja Swamy
  11. Dashavatara Stotra – By Sri Vadiraja Swamy
  12. Narayana Stotra – (Devanagiri)
  13. Vishnu Stuti – (Devanagiri)
  14. Dadhi Vamana Stotra – (Devanagiri)
  15. Hayavadana Ashtakam – (Devanagiri)
  16. Vishnu Ashta Nama Stotra – (Devanagiri)
  17. Vishnu Shata Nama Stotra – (Devanagiri) (English)
  18. Vyasa Stotra (Daridrya Hara Stotra) – (Devanagiri) (English)
  19. Venkatesha Dvadasha Nama Stotra – (Devanagari) (English)
  20. Sri Narasimha Kavacham – (Devanagari) (English)
  21. Sri Damodara Stotra – (Devanagari)
  22. Sri Vyasa Varnanam – (Devanagari)
  23. Laghu Vishnu Sahasra Nama Stava – (Devanagari)
  24. Venkatesha Stotra – (Devanagari) (benefits)
  25. Sri Narasimha Varaha Stotra  – By Sri Vadiraja Swamy (Devanagari) (English)  (benefits of this stotra)
  26. Narahari Ashtaka Stotra – by Sri Vadiraja Swamy (Devanagari) (English)  (benefits of this stotra)
  27. Vishnu Stuti – by Sri Vadiraja Swamy (Devanagari) (English)
  28. Brahma Paara Stotra in Devanagari
  29. Moksha Vimshaka Stotra (Devanagari)  – From the Hari Vamsha Purana
  30. Sri-Bhoo-Varaha-Ashtottara-Stava (Devanagari) (English) – From the Sri Varaha Purana


Sri Krishna

  1. Krishna Ashtottara Stotra (Devanagiri) (English)
  2. Sri Krishna Stuti – By Sri Vadiraja Swamy (Devanagiri) (benefits)
  3. Ashta Mahishi Yukta Krishna Stotra
  4. Kanduka Stuti – By Sri Madhvacharya
  5. Sri Krishna Dvadasha Nama Stotra – From the Mahabharata
  6. Sri Krishnashtakam (Devanagari)
  7. Palayachyuta Stotra (Krishna Stuti) – By Sri Vadiraja Swamy (Devanagiri)
  8. Sri Krishna Stotram (Devanagari)
  9. Sri Bala Mukunda Stotra (Devanagari) (English) new!


Sri Rama

  1. Rama Raksha Stotra – (Devanagiri) (English) (Detailed explanation)
  2. Rama Raksha Stotra (2)
  3. Sri Rama Dhyanam
  4. Sri Rama Dvadasha Nama Stotra
  5. Rama Stuti (Devanagiri)
  6. Rama Stuti – 2 (Devanagiri)
  7. Rama Stotra (Devanagiri)
  8. Rama Panchakam (Devanagiri)
  9. Rama Dashakam (Devanagiri)
  10. Rama Charitram (Devanagiri)
  11. Sri Rama Ashtottara Shatha Nama Stotra (Devanagiri)
  12. Rama Ashtakam (Devanagiri)
  13. Sri Rama Ashta Vimshati Nama Stotra (Devanagiri)
  14. Rama Stuti in the Dvadasha Stotra (Devanagiri)
  15. Sri Rama Kavacham by Sri Vadiraja Swamy (Devanagari) (English)


Sri Hayagriva

  1. Hayagriva Sampada Stotra – By Sri Vadiraja Swamy (Devanagiri) (English)
  2. Hayagriva Stuti – By Sri Vadiraja Swamy (Devanagiri) (English)
  3. Hayagriva Dashakam – By Sri Vadiraja Swamy (Devanagiri) (English)
  4. Hayagriva Dvadasha Nama Stotra – (Devanagari)
  5. Sri Hayagriva Stotra – By Sri Vadiraja Swamy (Devanagari) (English) (benefits)


Lakshmi

Mukhya Prana

Shiva

Ganesha

Sarvamoola Granthas


Navagraha (along with Adhi devata and Pratyadhi devata) Mantras

  1. Surya Mantra
  2. Angaraka (Kuja) Mantra
  3. Shukra Mantra
  4. Chandra Mantra
  5. Budha Mantra
  6. Bruhaspati (Guru) Mantra
  7. Shanaishchara (Shani) Mantra
  8. Rahu Mantra
  9. Ketu Mantra
  10. Navagraha Stotra (English) (Devanagiri)
  11. Navagraha Stotra – by Sri Vedavyasa (Devanagari) (English) new!

Suktas
  1. Purusha Sukta (Devanagiri)
  2. Sri Sukta (Devanagiri)
  3. Ambhrani Sukta (Devanagiri)
  4. Manyu Sukta
  5. Bhagya Sukta
  6. Aikamatya Mantra (Devanagari)
  7. Durga Sukta (Devanagiri)
  8. Balittha Sukta
  9. Sarpa Sukta
  10. Medha Sukta (Devanagari)
  11. Narayana Sukta (Devanagari)
  12. Rushabha Sukta (Devanagari)
  13. Narayana Upanishad
  14. Vishnu Sukta
  15. Samudra Sukta
  16. Manduka Sukta


Srimad Bhagavadgita

  1. Gita Mahatmyam (Devanagari) (English)
  2. Chapter 01 – Arjuna Vishada Yoga (Devanagari) (English)
  3. Chapter 02 – Sankhya Yoga (Devanagari) (English)
  4. Chapter 03 – Karma Yoga (Devanagari) (English)
  5. Chapter 04 – Jnana Karma Sanyasa Yoga (Devanagari) (English)
  6. Chapter 12 – Bhakti Yoga (Devanagari) (English)
  7. Chapter 15 – Purushottama Yoga (Devanagari) (English)


Devaranama

  1. Keshava Nama Smarane – by Sri Kanakadasa
  2. Pavamana Pavamana – by Sri Vijayadasa
  3. Nammamma Sharade – by Sri Kanakadasa
  4. Gajavadana Beduve – by Sri Purandaradasa
  5. Bhagyada Lakshmi Baramma – by Sri Purandaradasa
  6. Jagadoddarana – by Sri Purandaradasa
  7. Sharanu Sharanayya
  8. Rama Nama Payasakke – by Sri Purandaradasa
  9. Idu Bhagya Idu Bhagya – by Sri Purandaradasa
  10. Hanumana Matave – by Sri Purandaradasa
  11. Isabeku Iddu Jaisabeku – by Sri Purandaradasa
  12. Daya Mado Ranga – by Sri Purandaradasa
  13. Aparadhi Nanalla – by Sri Purandaradasa
  14. Neenyako Ninna Hangyako – by Sri Purandaradasa
  15. Manava Janma Doddadu – by Sri Purandaradasa
  16. Deva Banda Namma Swami – by Sri Purandaradasa
  17. Ellaru Maduvudu Hottegagi – by Sri Purandaradasa
  18. Dasara Nindisabeda Manuja – by Sri Purandaradasa
  19. Kusina Kandira – by Sri Purandaradasa
  20. Higguve Yako I Dehake – by Sri Purandaradasa
  21. I Pariya Sobhagava Devarali – by Sri Purandaradasa
  22. Udara Vairagyavidu – by Sri Purandaradasa
  23. Teliso Illa Mulugiso – by Sri Purandaradasa
  24. Dharmakke Kai Baradi Kala – by Sri Purandaradasa
  25. Kande Na Govindana – by Sri Purandaradasa
  26. Hyange Irabeku Samsaradalli – by Sri Purandaradasa
  27. Tugire Rayara – By Sri Jagannatha Dasa (Devanagari) (English)
  28. Yaarige Yaaruntu Eravina Samsara – by Sri Purandaradasa (Devanagari) (English)
  29. Enu Dhanyalo Lakumi – by Sri Purandaradasa (Devanagari) (English)
  30. Ambiga Naa Ninna Nambide – by Sri Purandaradasa (Devanagari) (English)
  31. Kagada Bandide Namma Kamalanabhanadu – by Sri Purandaradasa (Devanagari) (English
  32. Marulu Madikondeyalle Mayadeviye – by Sri Purandaradasa (Devanagari) (English)
  33. Jagadoddharana  – by Sri Purandaradasa (in English)
  34. Hariya Neneyada Nara Janmaveke  – by Sri Purandaradasa (in English)
  35. Dasana Madiko Enna  – by Sri Purandaradasa (in English)
  36. Anjikinyatakayya   – by Sri Purandaradasa (in English)
  37. Pillangoviya Chelva Krishnana  – by Sri Purandaradasa (in English)

411 Responses to “Mantras”

  1. Jagadish Says:

    Your blog is very informative and has lots of useful information. I am looking for the text of Sarpa Sukta from Rig Veda. Could you let me know the Mandala and Sukta # s for this Sukta?

    Thanks

  2. Hariprasad Says:

    Dear Jagadish,

    Thanks for your comments.

    Sarpa Sukta is actually part of the Yajur Veda. You can find it in the Taittariya Samhita 4.2.8. But the easier way is to dowload

    http://veda.007sites.com/PDF/KANNADA/YajurVedaSuktas-Kannada.pdf

    It has Sarpa Sukta along with a few other Suktas.

    All the best!
    – Hari

  3. Jagadish Says:

    Hi Hari,

    Thanks for your response. As far as I know, Sarpa Sukta is in both Rig Veda and Yajur Veda. Perhaps, the Sukta from Krishna Yajur Veda that starts with Namo Astu Sarpebhyo is more popular. Raaga.com has an audio of Sarpa Sukta and the mantrocharana is of Rig Veda style. You can listen to that on http://www.raaga.com/channels/sanskrit/moviedetail.asp?mid=S0000144
    I have been searching for the Devanagari (or Kannada) text of this Sukta and have not been able to find it so far. Perhaps, if you listen to it, you might be able to help me. Thanks, Jagadish

    • padmanabharao Says:

      SARPA SOOKTA IS AVAILABLE IN VEDASOOKTAANI BY RAMAKRISHNA ASHRAMA. THIS IS WITH SVARAS MARKED IN THE TEXT.

  4. Jagadish Says:

    Hi Hari, I have another question. Could you please let me know what are considered Pancha Suktas according to Madhwa Sampradaya? Are they
    Purusha Sukta, Sri Sukta, Manyu Sukta, Ambhrini Sukta, Balitta Sukta.

    I read somewhere that SaptanAgni sukta is also considered part of Pancha Suktas. Is this same as Agni Sukta? If not, could you please let me know where I can find this Sukta?

    Thanks for your time and help – Jagadish

  5. Hariprasad Says:

    Hi Jagadish,

    Sri Bannanje Govindacharya, in his book Pancha Suktagalu has talked about SaptanAgni Sukta. You can find more information about the book from http://anandamala.org/ and you can find the text also in the same book (I guess – I do not have a copy of the book though)

    Since Sri Bannanje has brought out a separate book on Purusha Sukta and Sri Sukta, I guess this book which deals with 5 other suktas was named in that way. But, as far as I understand, the 5 suktas that you mention consitute Pancha Suktas for Madhvas.

    In fact, the book “RigvedIya Ahnika Manjari” brought out by the Sri Manmadhva Siddhantha Granthalaya of Udupi has the 5 suktas you mention.

    Regards, Hari

  6. Jagadish Says:

    Thank you very much, Harish. If you have any updates on Sarpa Sukta from Rig Veda, please let me know. Thanks, Jagadish

  7. Hariprasad Says:

    Hello Jagadish,

    I could not manage to listen to the link you provided yet. If I figure out the mandala and sukta that the audio corresponds to, will surely update here.

    Thanks, Hari

  8. dr ashok Says:

    dear sir, pls can u help me i want manyusukta, withtranslation in sanskrit/english/devnagiri for learning recitation, also suggest which audio company can i get with sukta&transalation with
    pls reply sugges me thank u
    regards dr ashok

  9. Sridhar Says:

    Hello Hariprasad,

    Is the vishnu sahasranama authored by Vadiraja swamy. I read somwhere that it was authored by Ramanuja himself.
    Thanks,

    Sridhar

  10. Hariprasad Says:

    Hello Sridhar,

    The Vishnu Sahasranama has a pre-Mahabharata context as well (I forget the exact situation though) but the common context that we all know is that it was recited by Bhishma to Yudhishthira as he was lying on his bed of arrows at the end of the war.

    In fact, Sri Krishna was sitting besides Bhishma listening to the whole conversation between Yudhishthira and Bhishma.

    Sri Sankaracharya has written a commentary on the same where he explains the meanings of the 1000 names but I am not sure if Sri Ramanuja has done the same.

    Regards, Hari


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