List of Devotional Materials

  • Shri Lakshmi Chalisa
    Maatu Lakshmi Kari Kripaa, Karahu Hriday Mein Vaas I Manokamana Siddh Kari, Puravahu Meri Aas I I
  • Shri Ram Chalisa
    Shri Raghubir bhagat hitkari, suni lije prabhu araj hamari, Nisidin dhyan dhare jo koi, ta sam bhakt aur nahi hoi, Dhyan dhare shivji man mahi, brahma indra par nahi pahi, Jai jai jai raghunath kripala, sada karo santan pratipala.
  • Shri Rama Vandana
    Aapadaam Aphartaaram Daataaram Sarv Sampadaam Lok Abhiraamam Shri Raamam Bhooyo-Bhooyo Namaamyaham
  • Shri Ramchandra ki aarti
    Jagmag Jagmag Jyot Jali Hai! Ram Aarti Hon Lagi Hai!!
  • Shri Shani Chalisa
    jaya ganesh girja suvan| mangal kiran krupaal|| dheena ke dhukh dhoor kari| kijai nath nihaal|| jay jay shri shanidev prabhu|
  • Shri Shanidev ki aarti
    Shri Shanidev ki aarti
  • Shri Shiva Dhyanam
    Om Dhyaye Nityam Mahesham rajatagirinibham charuchandraavatamsam.
  • Shri Shiva Ji Ki Aarti
    Shri Shiva Ji Ki Aarti in Hindi and English श्री शिवजी जी की आरती (Shri Shiva Ji Ki Aarti)
  • Shri Surya Deva Chalisa
  • Shri Vakratunda Ganesha Mantra
    hree Vakratunda Mahakaya Suryakoti Samaprabha Nirvighnam Kuru Me Deva Sarva-Kaaryeshu Sarvada
  • Siddhi Vinayak Mantra
    This siddhi Vinayak Mantra is one of the most famous mantras of Lord Ganesha.
  • Surya Dev Ji ki Aarti
    Jai jai jai ravidev, jai jai jai ravidev. Raajaneeti madahaaree shatadal jeevan daata.
  • The Vedas
    The Sanskrit word Veda
  • Tulasi Mata Chalisa
    Jai jai tulasi bhagavatee satyavatee sukhadaanee. Namo namo hari preyasee shree vrnda gun khaanee. Shree hari sheesh birajinee, dehu amar var amb. Janahit he vrndaavanee ab na karahu vilamb.
  • Tulsi Mata Aarti
    Jai Jai tulasee maata, sab jag kee khushee daata, var daata
  • Twelve Jyotirlinga
    Jyotirling has a major significance in Hindus and Jyotirlingam is mentioned in the Vedas and Puranas of Hindus. Jyotirling or Jyotirlingam exhibits a divine power, which represents the highest Lord Shiva.
  • Yada Yada Hi Dharmasya
    This verse is one of the major verses of the Hindu holy book Gita. This verses are 7 and 8 of Chapter 4 of the Gita.
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