Maha Laxmi Stotrum महलक्ष्मिस्तोत्रम् By Pratibha Jani
Gurugita Ch 1 AUDIO/VIDEO under 10 minutes
Surya Prarthana Prayer to the Rising Sun in gujarati and sanskrit chants
This prayer/chant was taught to me by my grandmother at the age of 7. Actually, she never taught. I listened and just learned. I watched every morning as she stood in front of the window or on the terrace facing the early morning rising sun. I heard her chant this and as I kept listening everyday, it just became part of my life as well. I hope you enjoy and share. Comments are most welcome. Thanks Baa.(grand maa). I am hoping to put the translation up soon.
Here is the chant/prayer in writing English, Gujrati and Sanskrit script. Morning Prayers to the Rising Sun- Surya Prarthana
Chapter 15- Narration in sanskrit
The recitation is slow so that new and beginner members can follow and learn if they wish to.
Bhagwad Gita Chapter 12 Shlokas Narration.(less than 6 minutes)
It is believed in Hindu culture, that during the 15 days of this special Shraddha Paksh,(the forth night to remember our ancestors),if you recite the Bhagwad Gita, especially Chapter 12 and Chapter 15, our ancestors feel proud of us, satisfied and are happier in their present lives (where ever they are). They bestow their blessings upon us due. So Here is chapter 12 for all to listen, read,understand, learn,enjoy and share.
The recitation of the shlokas is slow on purpose so as to allow new and beginner members to follow and participate if they wish.
Audio Chapter 12 Bhagwad Gita -Recitation. Hope you enjoy and share.
Book Paper Back Bhagwad Gita Chapter 12 Scanned from the Bhagwad Gita Book in Sanskrit, with English Transliterations and Translations.
This Blog is mainly dedicated to those with busy modern lifestyles, but still interested in keeping learning and sharing Ancient Indian cultural/ Heritage/Sanskrit /Gujarati chants,prayers,shlokas as part of their life and to pass on to the next generation.
I would be posting Sanskrit and Gujarati Prayers, chants,shlokas from Vedic heritage, Bhagwad Gita, etc.most of which are used on a daily basis and or special occasions. The blog will be a combination of audio, video, and written shlokas, chants,prayers most of which will be with English meanings,translations and transliterations so all those who love but are not able to read/write Sanskrit/Gujarati are also able to use the blog. I will post special occasion prayers as well which are passed on to me by my parents and my grandparents. Some of them would be popular and others may be very localized and regional to the western part of India-but extremely heart warming and would love to share it with all.
– use as and when needed
– learn and pass it on to future generation
– save archives for future generation.
Comments, suggestions and questions are most welcome.