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    Shlokha resources

    I want this thread to have collection of shlokas available on the web.
    The MOD may try to make this a sticky so that any new person can see this at the beginning of the thread.

    I would also like people to add their own findings in their posts and keep updating their posts with new information they may stumble upon.

    www.parivarthan.com is purely a vaishnava scriptures site. Visit there to find more updated shlokas available. some of the shlokas are supported it with mp3 format audio.

    Thanks,
    Chakradhari

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    Quote Originally Posted by satay
    Neat idea.
    What kind of Shlokas did you have in mind? Any thing in particular?

    satay
    Shloka for all. say vaishnava, shaiva all. covering all deities.

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    प्रातः करदर्शन मन्त्रः
    || prātah karadarśana mantrah ||


    कराग्रे वसते लक्ष्मीः करमध्ये सरस्वती ।
    karāgre vasate lakshmīh karamadhye sarasvatī |

    करमूले तु गोविन्दः प्रभाते करदर्शनम् ॥
    karamūle tu govindah prabhāte karadarśanam ||

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    नवग्रह वन्दनम्
    || navagraha vandanam ||


    ब्रह्मा मुरारिस्त्रिपुरान्तकारी भानुः शशी भूमिसुतो बुधश्च ।
    brahmā murāristripurāntakārī bhānuh śaśī bhūmisuto budhaśca |

    गुरुश्च शुक्रः शनिराहुकेतवः कुर्वन्तु सर्वे मम सुप्रभातम् ॥
    guruśca śukrah śanirāhuketavah kurvantu sarve mama suprabhātam ||

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    Sarabhanga,
    thanks for the verses. I believe you would be also give a meaning for the sloka. would be also useful if we have a cheat sheet on how to pronounce those special characters.

    is there any specials timings that need to be followed for this shloka ? why i am asking is, the last navagraha stuthi says suprabhatam. suprabhatam is usually recited in the morning. hence my point.

    thanks,
    Chakradhari

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    Namaste Neela,

    Both are early morning mantras, to be spoken before rising from bed ~ about 4:30 AM, or as soon as there is enough light to see.

    The Pratah Karadarshana (Morning Hand-seeing) Mantra should be repeated while contemplating the upturned hands.

    The Navagraha Vandana should be repeated while contemplating the heavens.

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    पृथ्वीपादस्पर्शन मन्त्रः
    || prithvīpādasparśana mantrah ||



    समुद्र वसने देवि पर्वतस्तनमण्डले ।
    samudra vasane devi parvatastanamandale |

    विष्णुपत्नि नमस्तुभ्यं पादस्पर्शं क्षमस्व मे ॥
    vishnupatni namastubhyam pādasparśam kshamasva me ||



    ओं प्रियदत्तायै भुवे नमः
    om priyadattāyai bhuve namah

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    आचमन मन्त्राः
    || ācamana mantrāh ||


    ओं तद्विष्णोः परमं पदं सदा पश्यन्ति सूरयः ।
    om tadvishnoh paramam padam sadā paśyanti sūrayah |

    दिविव चक्षुराततम् ॥
    diviva cakshurātatam ||



    ओं केशवाय नमः ।१।
    om keśavāya namah |1|

    ओं नारायणाय नमः ।२।
    om nārāyanāya namah |2|

    ओं माधवाय नमः ।३।
    om mādhavāya namah |3|

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    Dear Sarabhanga,

    You could edit the same post and keep expanding your shloka resources. this we dont need to browse thru pages.
    Also add meanings and specific time they need to be chanted. for novice people these one line mantras will be awesome and pronounciation tutorial somewhere will be good ( hint hint satay !!!!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Namo Narayana
    Dear Sarabhanga,

    You could edit the same post and keep expanding your shloka resources. this we dont need to browse thru pages.
    namaste,
    There is a limit on the words posted in a post (it allows lots but at some point the post has to be terminated since the database field will not handle it).

    Just a note...if sarabhanga decides to post these in one post though I personally like these seperated in different posts since if you edit your post it will not show in the 'newest posts' (I think since logically it is not a new post just edited post!).

    pronounciation tutorial somewhere will be good ( hint hint satay !!!!)
    Do you mean a sticky of some sort? pronounciation tutorial...what do you see me doing on this?

    satay

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