Wish you all a very auspicious Hayagriva Jayanthi!
On this occasion, you can download the Kannada and Devanagari transliteration of the Sri Hayagriva Dvadasha Nama Stotra from the mantras page.
May Lord Hayagriva bless all and grant ‘true’ knowledge.
On the occasion of Sri Raghavendra Swamy aradhana, which is coming up on the 14th, 15th and 16th of August 2011, I have uploaded the Kannada and Devanagari transliteration of the Sri Raghavendra Mangalashtaka, which has been composed by his great devotee Sri Appanaacharya.
The same can be downloaded from the mantras page.
Wishing everyone a sadhana filled aradhana celebration!
The Kannada and Devanagari transliteration of the Sri Venkatesha Stotra is now available at the Mantras page.
The Venkatesha Stotra is a very beautiful and powerful stotra, recited daily by most Madhvas. It is from the Brahmanda Purana and is believed to be extremely powerful in burning away our accumulated sins and obtaining the grace of Lord Vishnu.
An excellent and exhaustive commentary on the stotra is being provided by Sri Chiraan at his website, which is strongly recommended.
The Kannada and Devanagari transliteration of the Sri Damodara Stotra has been uploaded in the Mantras page.
I have uploaded the Kannada, Devanagari & English transliteration of the Sri Narasimha Kavacham. You can find the same in the Mantras page.
Sri Dheerendra Aeri has kindly transliterated the Samudra Sukta into Kannada. You can download the same from the Mantras page.
Dhanyavaada Sri Dheerendra!
Today, I have managed to upload the Kannada, Devanagari and iTrans transliterations of the Venkatesha Dvadasha Nama Stotra. The same can be downloaded from the Mantras page.
Sri Dheerendra Aeri, a regular visitor to this blog, and a dear friend has transliterated into Kannada, the Maha Narayana Upanishad. The pdf of the same can be downloaded from the mantras page.
I wish to express my sincere thanks to Sri Dheerendra for his contribution. I would only be happy to take more such contributions from you 🙂
May Lord Krishna bless you and your family!
I have uploaded the transliteration of the Ishavasya Upanishad to the mantras page. Transliterations are available in Kannada, Devanagari and English.
Since I found the English transliteration using Baraha a little difficult to read, I have used Itranslator to do the english part. I hope readers find the English copies much more reader friendly.
Today is Gita Jayanti, the Shukla Ekadashi of Margashira month, when it is traditionally believed that Lord Krishna narrated the Bhagavad Gita to Arjuna (and the rest of us). On this ocassion, I am uploading the transliteration of the Gita Mahaatmyam in Kannada, Devanagari and English scripts. These can also be downloaded from the mantras page under the “Srimad Bhagavadgita” section.
The Gita Mahaatmyam describes the greatness of the Bhagavadgita and is revealed by Lord Vishnu himself to Bhudevi. It is part of the Varaha Purana. Some salient points about the Gita mentioned in this stotra are as follows
- One who indulges in regularly chanting the Gita is freed from the bondage of Karma and all his sins are washed away
- The place where the Gita resides (as a book) and is regularly chanted is equal to a pilgrim place
- Lord Krishna himself resides in the place where Gita is chanted regularly
- Chanting the Gita daily results in salvation
- If one has a problem chanting all the 18 chapters daily, one should attempt chanting as much as possible (9 chapters, 6, 3 or 1 chapter – or at the least a few shlokas). Each of these attempts has proportional, but still immense, benefits!
- Even a big sinner can obtain Vaikunta if he develops interest in the Gita, understands it and chants it
- One has to chant the Gita Mahaatmyam after one finishes reading the entire Gita
|| Sri Krishnaarpanamastu ||