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yajur veda

śukla  yajur veda  (download) kṛṣṇa yajur veda  (download) The yajur veda  is a compilation of ṛg vedic mantras used mainly in external worship, primarily fire sacrifice recited by adhvaryu priests. The word ‘yajus’ derives itself from the sanskrit word ‘yaja’ which means ‘to worship’. A further explanation is also provided in the śatapatha brāhmaṇa[2] where it explains ‘yat‘ means … Continue reading

sāma veda

 (download) The sāma veda is a compilation of ṛk mantras of the ṛg veda set to music. Unlike the hymns of the ṛg veda which are chanted, the hymns of the sāma are sung using certain rules by sāma vedic priests known as udgātri’s. The word ‘sāma’ can loosely be translated as peace or melody. Indian … Continue reading

ṛg veda

(download) The ṛg veda is the oldest veda of all four and contains hymns for divine Gods. The main deities of ṛg veda are agni, indra and soma. Although there are various deities worshipped within the ṛg veda it is important to mention that the sages acknowledged that each deity is just another personification of … Continue reading

Ghanapatha: Gayatri Mantra

॥ गायात्रि घनपाठः॥ ॐ तत् सवितुस् सवितुस् तत् तत् सवितुर् वरेण्यं वरेण्यं सवितुस् तत् तत् सवितुर् वरेण्यम्। सवितुर् वरेण्यं वरेण्यं सवितुस् सवितुर् वरेण्यं भर्गो भर्गो वरेण्यं सवितुस् सवितुर् वरेण्यं भर्गः। वरेण्यं भर्गो भर्गो वरेण्यं वरेण्यं भर्गो देवस्य देवस्य भर्गो वरेण्यं वरेण्यं भर्गो देवस्य। भर्गो देवस्य देवस्य भर्गो भर्गो देवस्य धीमहि धीमहि देवस्य भर्गो भर्गो देवस्य … Continue reading

viśvarupa śrīnāthajī

A unique image of the deity śrīnāthajī worshipped by the puṣti mārgiya and other vaiśnava sect. viśvarupa śrīnāthajī

Samkhya Karika with Commentary of Gaudapada

For a detailed explanation of Samkhya philosophy please read article (https://jigyaasaa.wordpress.com/2012/01/12/sa%E1%B9%81khya-darsan-the-theoretical-school-of-enumeration/) Below are a series of lectures based on the Sankhya Karika of Isvara Krsna with the commentary of Gaudapada by Dravidacharya Sri Ramakrishnan Swami. The series deals with the elucidation of each verse of the Karika with a detailed explanation. Verse 1 – 7 … Continue reading

Rig Veda – Agni Sukta – Sukta 1

The Agni sukta is a hymn dedicated to the deity of fire and forms the first hymn of the Rig Veda. The hymn glorifies Agni and establishes the deirty as the mediator between the various pantheon of Vedic deities and the worshippers of the sacrificial fire Agni Sukta Translated by Ramakrishna Janasvami 1. I glorify Agni, the high priest of … Continue reading

Sri Durga Saptashati – Devi Mahatmyam – Chandi Path

Chapter 1 Download Chapter 2 Download Chapter 3 Download Chapter 4 Download Chapter 5 part 1 Download Chapter 5 part 2 Download Chapter 6 Download Chapter 7 Download Chapter 8 Download Chapter 9 Download Chapter 10 Download Chapter 11 Download Chapter 12 Download Chapter 13 Download   On a side note I’d like to thank … Continue reading

Srimad Bhagavad Gita – Complete Recitation

Nyasa & Dhyanam : Chapter 1 – Arjuna Visada Yoga :  Chapter 2 – Sankhya Yoga :  Chapter 3 – Karma Yoga :  Chapter 4 – Gyanavibhaga Yoga :  Chapter 5 – Karmasanyasa Yoga :  Chapter 6 – Atmasayam Yoga :  Chapter 7 – Jnanavijnana Yoga :  Chapter 8 – Aksharabrahma Yoga :  Chapter 9 – Rajavidya-rajaguhya Yoga :  Chapter 10 – Vibhooti Yoga :  Chapter 11 – Vishwaroopa Darshana :  Chapter 12 – Bhakti Yoga :  … Continue reading

Audio: “Guru Brahma” ft. Mahesh Vinayakram, Sree Sundarkumar, Puneet Gabriel, Shankar Tucker

Guru Vandanā गुरुब्रह्मा गुरुर्विष्णुः गुरुर्देवो महेश्वरः। गुरुः साक्षात्परब्रह्म तस्मै श्री गुरवेनमः॥ gurubrahmā gururviṣṇuḥ gururdevo maheśvaraḥ | guruḥ sākṣātparabrahma tasmai śrī guravenamaḥ || guru – the supreme teacher, brahmā – Brahma, guru – the supreme teacher, viṣṇu – Visnu, gurur – the supreme teacher, deva – supreme deity, maheśvaraḥ – the Lord of beings,guruḥ – the supreme teacher, sākṣāt – embodiment, parabrahma – the supreme Brahman, tasmai – onto Him, śrī gurave – The Guru, namaḥ – Obesciences Literal: … Continue reading

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