Shlokas

Discussion in 'Pujas Prayers & Slokas' started by Varloo, Mar 19, 2006.

  1. Chitvish

    Chitvish Moderator IL Hall of Fame

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    No, Sri !

    It is an independant shlokam.
    Love & regards,
    Chithra.
     
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    thankyou chitra for ur immediate reply!

    regards,
    sri
     
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    Sloka for Naga Raja!!!

    Hello Mrs. Chithra & others,

    I am interested in knowing if there is any sloka for naga devata (Snake god). I am reciting the below sloka everyday and want to know if it is correct.

    Om Naga Raja Maha Baaga
    Mangalya Saukiyaprrata
    Pasun putran thanam thehi
    Om naga rajaya namaha
     
  4. Chitvish

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    This is new to me, Jaya !

    I have not heard it. May be you can pronounce " saukyaprada" & dhanam dehi".
    Love & regards,
    Chithra.
     
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    Naga slokam

    Jaya,

    I used to chant it many years back. It will remove all effectes of posion, enemies, and ensure good children.

    Very ancient slokam from un uncles book printed in 1901. Am translating into english to the best possible.

    ANANTHOU VAASUKI SHESHO
    PADMANABHASCHA KAMBALAHA
    SHANKA PADOU DARTA RASHTROU
    TAKSHAKAHA KALIYA SOOTHA
    YETHANI NAVA NAAMANI
    NAAGAA NAAMCHA MAHATMANAAM
    SAAYAM KAALE PATE NITHYAM
    PRATHA KAALE VISHESHAHA
    TASMAY VISHA BHAYAM NAASTI
    SARVATRA VIJAYEE BHAVETH.
     
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    Thank you Mrs. Chithra & Vidya....

    Vidya, thank you for giving me the sloka, will recite the same.
     
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    Slokam for pregnant ladies

    Nice thread as a collection of Slokas from so many ladies. Very useful.

    Sri_july27,

    Please can you share to which God / Goddess the slokam for pregnant ladies is being recited?

    Thank you for sharing the slokam.

    Regards,

    Keerthi
     
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    Dhanvantri slokam

    Hi all,
    You can chant this slokam while taking any medication
    It will heal the body soon.

    Om namo bhagavathe Vaasudevaya
    Dhanvanthreye amruta kalasa hasthaya
    Sarva aamaya naashanaya thrailoka naathaya
    Om shri Mahavishnave namah

    Wish you good health for all!
     
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    spiritual flow..........

    Dear Chitra, Prathi, Leo, Vidhya, Vidya, Jaya, Kamla, Sri,

    thank you all for sharing so many shlokams.

    Chitra, as usual, I'm looking at your mails for more vedanta.
    thanks for sharing the shlokams to be chanted while showing deepam.
    I'll take a print out and try reciting it regularly. Pls share simple day-to-day shlokams and then move on to specific pujas, Chitra. I'm starting from ABC as far as shlokams are concerned. there maybe others too who would want to perfect the basics b4 moving further.
    also, you'd mentioned about a simple format for everyday puja, I'd be grateful if you could share the same. I just don't know how to do a puja and It would be really helpful and make a lot of difference to my otherwise unorganised routines that I follow, and the tamil script that you've given is readable.

    Prathi, thats a good idea to start a thread on shlokams. thanks for giving us the dwaya manthram. Also, could you pls explain what is neivedhyam???
    shlokam while taking bath is something interesting, Prathi -

    Vidya24, is the shlokam given by you, also chanted during pregnancy???

    Leo, thanks for the early morning prayer. I used to just look at the palm and rub on face but never knew the significance behind it.

    gjaya, thanks for the shlokam to avoid bad dreams; gonna teach my daughter first..

    kamala, I think shld learn the shlokam that you've posted, first; cause as a beginner I might end up pronouncing it wrong or might commit a little mistake here & there.

    Its such a nice feelin just going thru the shlokams here.
    already feel so sacred & spiritual inside.

    thanks to all of you & pls share all that you know - it might help people like me.
     
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    HI Meena

    Hello meena,

    Naivedyam means offering. Usually it involves offering cooked rice and dal. But we cannot do it always keeping in mind practicalities. I offer milk, ghee and sugar and some fruits everyday. When i do that i chant this shloka. On festive days when we make sweet and other svaouries we offer it to God before tasting it ourselves.

    I have been taught by mother and mil that we have to offer whatever we do to God first. Whether it is wearing a new dress, perfume or even when u r going about ur daily chores, just in mind think that whatever you do you offer to Him. Ultimately this will balance the acts we do as we are not entitled to any fruits or sins from those actions since we have already left everything to God and thus it wont stop us enjoying the little pleasures of life too. One need not be a sanyasi to love him.
     
    Last edited: Mar 24, 2006

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