Tuesday, December 3, 2013

Sri Mahalaxmi Ashtakm


Mahalakshmi Ashtakam





Namastestu Mahaa-Maaye Shrii-Piitthe Sura-Puujite |

Shangkha-Cakra-Gadaa-Haste Mahaalakssmi Namostute ||1||

Namaste Garudda-Aaruuddhe Kola-Aasura-Bhayamkari |

Sarva-Paapa-Hare Devi Mahaalakssmi Namostute ||2||

Sarvajnye Sarva-Varade Sarva-Dusstta-Bhayamkari |

Sarva-Duhkha-Hare Devi Mahaalakssmi Namostute ||3||

Siddhi-Buddhi-Prade Devi Bhukti-Mukti-Pradaayini |

Mantra-Muurte Sadaa Devi Mahaalakssmi Namostute ||4||

Aady-Anta-Rahite Devi Aadya-Shakti-Maheshvari |

Yogaje Yoga-Sambhuute Mahaalakssmi Namostute ||5||

Sthuula-Suukssma-Mahaaroudre Mahaa-Shakti-Mahodare |

Mahaa-Paapa-Hare Devi Mahaalakssmi Namostute ||6||

Padma-Aasana-Sthite Devi Para-Brahma-Svaruupinni |

Parameshi Jagan-Maatar-Mahaalakssmi Namostute ||7||

Shveta-Ambara-Dhare Devi Naana-Alangkaara-Bhuussite |

Jagatsthite Jagan-Maatar-Mahaalakssmi Namostute ||8||

Mahaalakssmy-Assttakam Stotram Yah Patthed-Bhaktimaan-Narah |

Sarva-Siddhim-Avaapnoti Raajyam Praapnoti Sarvadaa ||9||

Eka-Kaale Patthen-Nityam Mahaa-Paapa-Vinaashanam |

Dvi-Kaalam Yah Patthen-Nityam Dhana-Dhaanya-Samanvitah ||10||

Tri-Kaalam Yah Patthen-Nityam Mahaa-Shatru-Vinaashanam |

Mahaalakssmirbhavennityam Prasannaa Varadaa Shubhaa ||11||

Monday, October 21, 2013

Deewali Pooja Vidhi, Deewali Pooja Wallpapers


Importance of Diwali Puja


Diwali is considered to be very Auspicious Festival For Hindus. Diwali Puja on the proper timing i.e. on proper Muhurat fills one’s life with prosperity and happiness. Diwali Puja surpasses all the darkness in one’s life as this day is considered to be the end of evilness. It also makes the individual’s conscious of one’s true nature endless, ageless and of inspiring reality. After the holy Puja of Goddess Laxmi people light the diyas, crackers in order to enjoy the returning ceremony of Lord Rama.


How to do Diwali Puja Before the Puja whole house is being cleaned properly as this invites Goddess Laxmi to the house. Three forms of Shakti Goddess Saraswati, Goddess Laxmi, Goddess Durga, Lord Ganesha are being worshipped. All the gold and money are being kept in Puja and is being worshipped. The main Puja is the Laxmi Puja and is performed in the evening or in the night in a very traditional manner to get the best results.


Procedure and Significance of Diwali Puja Procedure to start Diwali Puja starts with the spreading of clean cloth and a bed of rice on it. Kalash pot filled about by 75% of water, betel nut, flower, coin and rice is placed on rice bed. Now the mango leaves is placed around the Kalash. Put the plate on Kalash and draw lotus with turmeric powder and place the idols of God. Put some coins on the thali and sprinkle the water on puja items to purify them. Light the lamp and recite the mantra using flower and rice.


Diwali festival keeps the very prominent place in one’s life and therefore is being celebrated with full of light and joy. The reason behind the celebration of Diwali festival is Lord Rama returned Ayodhya on this day after completing 14 years of vanvas. Lighting the lamp symbolizes the destruction of evil feeling, anger, violence, greed, fear, injustice etc. through knowledge power.


Benefits of Diwali Puja Doing the sacred Diwali puja has many benefits in one’s life like to maintain the peace, health, wealth and prosperity in the life.


Diwali Puja Mantra Om hrim shrim klim mahalakshmi, mahasaraswati mamgruhe aagach-aagach hrim namah
Maa Durga Mantra Om ain hreen kleen chaamunnddaayai vichche Om.
Maha Laxmi Mantra- Om Shree mahaalachmyai ch vidamahe visshnnu pat’n’yai ch dheemahi tan’no lachhmee prachodayaat Om.

Shri Vishnu Ashtottara Shatanaamavali





Shri Vishnu Ashtottara Shatanaamavali
Om Vishnave namaha
Om Jishnave namaha
Om Vashat-karaya namaha
Om Deva-devaya namaha
Om Vrusha-kapaye namaha
Om Damo-daraya namaha
Om Deena-bandhave namaha
Om Aadi-devaya namaha
Om Dite-stutaya namaha
Om Punda-reekaya namaha
Om Para-nandaya namaha
Om Paramatmane namaha
Om Paratparaya namaha
Om Parashu-dharine namaha
Om Vishwatwane namaha
Om Krishnaya namaha
Om Kalimala-paharine namaha
Om Koustu-bhodbasi-toraskaya namaha
Om Naraaya namaha
Om Narayanaya namaha
Om Haraye namaha
Om Haraya namaha
Om Hari-priyaya namaha
Om Swamine namaha
Om Vaikuntaya namaha
Om Vishwa-tomukhaya namaha
Om Hrushi-keshaya namaha
Om Aprame-yaya namaha
Om Aatmane namaha
Om Vara-haya namaha
Om Dharanee-saraya namaha
Om Dharme-shaya namaha
Om Dharanee-nadhaya namaha
Om Dyeyaya namaha
Om Dharma-bhrutamvaraya namaha
Om Sahasra-shirshaya namaha
Om Purushaya namaha
Om Sahasra-kshaya namaha
Om Sahasra-padave namaha
Om Sarwa-gaya namaha
Om Sarwa-vidyaya namaha
Om Sarwaya namaha
Om Sharanyaya namaha
Om Sadhu-vallabhaya namaha
Om Kousalya-nanda-naya namaha
Om Srimate namaha
Om Raksha-kaya namaha
Om Kula-vina-shakaya namaha
Om Jagat-kartaya namaha
Om Jagadar-taya namaha
Om Jagaje-taya namaha
Om Janarti-haraya namaha
Om Janakee-vallabhaya namaha
Om Devaya namaha
Om Jayaya namaha
Om Jaya-rupaya namaha
Om Jaleshwa-raya namaha
Om Ksherabdhi-vasine namaha
Om Kshirabdhi-tanaya-vallabhaya namaha
Om Shesha-shaeine namaha
Om Pannagaree-vahanaya namaha
Om Vishtara-shravaya namaha
Om Madhavaya namaha
Om Madhura-nadhaya namaha
Om Mukundaya namaha
Om Mohana-shanaya namaha
Om Daityarine namaha
Om Pundaree-kakshaya namaha
Om Achyutaya namaha
Om Madhu-sudanaya namaha
Om SOma-suryagni-nayanaya namaha
Om Nrusimhaya namaha
Om Bhaktha-vatsalaya namaha
Om Nityaya namaha
Om Niramayaya namaha
Om Nara-devaya namaha
Om Shudhaya namaha
Om Jagatprabhave namaha
Om Haya-grivaya namaha
Om Puji-taya namaha
Om Upendhraya namaha
Om Rukmineepataye namaha
Om Sarwadeva-mayaya namaha
Om Srishaya namaha
Om Sarwa-dharaya namaha
Om Sanatanaya namaha
Om Soumyaya namaha
Om Soumya-pradaya namaha
Om Srashtaya namaha
Om Vishva-ksenaya namaha
Om Janardhanaya namaha
Om Yashoda-tanayaya namaha
Om Yogaya namaha
Om Yoga-shastra-parayanaya namaha
Om Rudhrat-makaya namaha
Om Rudramurtaye namaha
Om Raghavaya namaha
Om Madhu-sudanaya namaha
Om Atula-tejase namaha
Om Parasmai-jyotine namaha
Om Sarwa-papa-haraya namaha
Om Punyaya namaha
Om Amita-tejase namaha
Om Dukha-nashanaya namaha
Om Daridrya-nashanaya namaha
Om Dourbhagya-nashanaya namaha
Om Sukha-vardha-naya namaha
Om Sarva-sampat-karaya namaha
Iti Shree Vishnu ashtottara shatanaamavali Samaptam

Saturday, September 28, 2013

Goddess Chamunda Mata Latest Beautiful Images Gallery


Hindu Goddess Kali Mata Temple Beautiful Pictures Gallery


History Of Kali Mata Temple, Kolkata Located on the banks of river Hooghly, Kalighat Kali temple is a very Famous Hindu Temple of the city of joy i.e. Calcutta. It is dedicated to Goddess kali, who is believed to be the destroyer as well as liberator. Every year, it has been attracting more and more crowds. Infact, Calcutta Kalighat Kali temple has come in the top list of must see tourist attraction places. For Hindus, Kali temple at Kalighat, Kolkata is one of the most sacred pilgrimage destinations. There is an interesting legend behind the formation of Kali temple, which suggests that when Lord Shiva was furiously performing his dance (Pralay), keeping the corpse of Goddess kali on his shoulders, his spinning wheel sliced off her dead body. Her body slices fell off at different points, where pilgrimage centers were formed later on. Kalighat temple is one such pilgrimage spot, where a toe of her right foot had fallen. It is during the months of Bhadra, Paush and Chaitra (according to the Bengali calendar) that Kali temple at Kalighat turns into a convergence point for devotees from all over the world.
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