List of Devotional Materials

  • 51 Shakti Peeths
    According to Hindu mythology, wherever the pieces of body parts, clothes and ornaments worn by Sati fell, a Shakti Peetha came into existence. These are scattered all over Indian subcontinent.
  • Aarti Gayatri Mata Ji Ki
    jaiati jai gaayatree maata, jaiati jai gaayatree maata. aadi shakti tum alakh niranjan jag paalan karta. duhkh shok bhay klesh kalah daaridry dainy haratee .
  • Aarti Ki Jai Hanuman Lala
    Aarti Ki Jai Hanuman Lala Ki, Dushat Dalan Ragunath Kala Ki. Ja Ke Bal Se Giriver Kaanpe, Rog Dosh Ja Ke Nikat Na Jaanke.
  • Aarti Kunj Bihari Ki
    Aarti kunj bihari ki, shri girdhar krishna murari ki Gale mein baijanti mala, bajave murali madhur bala, Shravan mein kundal jhalakala, Nand ke anand nand lala Gagan sam ang kanti kali, radhika chamak rahi aali,
  • Aarti Shree Saraswati Ji
    Aarti Shree Saraswati jee Jai Saraswati mata, maiya jai Saraswati mata. Sadagun vaibhav shaalinee, tribhuvan vikhyaata.
  • Aarti Shri Ramayan Ji Ki
    Aarti Shri Ramayanji ki Kirat kalit lalit saee pai kie Gaav brahmaadik munee naarad Baalmeek vigyaanavid vishaarad.
  • Ambe Gauri Mata Ji Ki Aarti
    अम्बे गौरी माता जी की आरती (Ambe Gauri Mata Ji Ki Aarti)
  • Ambe Maa ki Aarti
    Ambe Maa ki Aarti
  • Banke Bihari Teri Aarti Gaun
    Shri banke bihaaree teri aarti gaoon, hey giridhar teri aarti gaoon. Aarti gaoon pyaare aapako rijhaoon, Shyaam sundar teri aarti gaoon. Baal krshn teri aarti gaoon.
  • Brihaspati Dev Ki Aarti
    Jai brihaspati deva, om jai brihaspati deva . Chhin chhin bhog lagaoon, kadalee phal meva . Jai brihaspati deva, om jai brihaspati deva .
  • Char Dham
    Char Dham Yatra is India?s most devoted and featured part of India spiritual tour and is collectively known as the Chota Char Dham Yatra (small four abodes). Char Dham is also the most renowned and holy expedition in India that includes visiting to four glorious shrines including Yamunotri, Gangotri, Kedarnath and lastly the Badrinath Dham.
  • Ganesh Chalisa
    Jay Ganapati Sadagun Sadan, Kavivar Badan Krpaal. Vighn Haran Mangal Karan, Jay Jay Girijaalaal.
  • Ganga Mata Chalisa
    Jai jai jai jag pavani, jayati devasari Ganga, Jai Shiv jata nivasini, anupam tung taranga
  • Ganga Mata ki Aarti
    Om Jai Gange Mata, Shri Jai Gange Mata Jo Nar Tumko Dhyata, Man Vanchit Phal Pata !! Om Jai Gange Mata !!
  • Ganpati Gayatri Mantra
    We pray to the one with the single-tusked elephant tooth who is omnipresent. We meditate upon and pray for greater intellect to the Lord with the curved, elephant-shaped trunk. We bow before the one with the single-tusked elephant tooth to illuminate our minds with wisdom.
  • Ganpati Shubh Labh Mantra
    We ask for good fortune and many blessings and wishes for our current life and future lives. We bow in Homage to Lord Ganesha who blesses us with long lives, health and happiness.
  • Gayatri Mantra
    Gayatri Mantra is a prominent mantra in Hinduism. It is also known as Savitri mantra. Gayatri mantra finds praise in many Hindu scriptures like Bhagwat Gita, Chhandogya upnishad, Atharva veda etc.
  • Hanuman Chalisa
    After cleansing the mirror of my mind with the pollen dust of holy Guru's Lotus feet. I Profess the pure, untainted glory of Shri Raghuvar which bestows the four-fold fruits of life.(Dharma, Artha, Kama and Moksha).
  • Hanuman Gayatri Mantra
    Hanuman Gayatri Mantra
  • Hanuman Moola Mantra
    Hanuman Moola Mantra
  • Hare Krishna Mantra
    This mantra is the Maha Mantra of Lord Vishnu. This mantra is made by Lord Vishnu's highest three names of Sanskrit, Hare, Krishna and Rama. There are many interpretations of this mantra, all of which can be considered as correct.
  • Jagannath Puri Rath Yatra
    Rath Yatra at Jagannath Puri is one of the holiest and most festivals of India. This festival is a holy festival of Hindus.
  • Jai Santoshi Mata ki Aarti
    jai santoshi mata, maiya jai santoshi mata apane sevak jan kee sukh sampati daata .. jai santoshi mata
  • Kanwar Yatra
    Kanwar yatra or Kavad yatra is an annual pilgrimage of Lord Shiva. It starts in the month of July or August or the month of Saavan as per Hindu calendar.

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