Here are presented some prayers with their word-by-word meaning and global meaning. All śhlōkas written in dēvanāgarī script are written in the classical format. The saṁhitā pāṭha first followed by the pada vichchheda anvaya pāṭha (every single word). This is to enable serious students to recognize every word by itself. The English script verses are in Roman Coloured Coding Script (RCCS) format with the udātta (upward note) and anudātta (lower note) svaras properly marked.


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bhāgya sūktam

bhū sūktam

dēvī sūktam

durgā sūktam

dūrvā sūktam

gaṇapati atharva śhīrṣha upaniṣhat

gaṇapati prārthanā

gāyatrī mantra

kāmō-akārṣhīt mantrāḥa

kṣhamā prārthanā

mantra puṣhpam

mēdhā sūktam

na karmaṇā

nārāyaṇa sūktam

nārāyaṇa upaniṣhat

nīḻā sūktam

rātrī sūktam

samāna sūktam

sandhyāvandana mantrāḥa

śhrī sūktam


yaśhchhandasāmṛṣhabho viśhvarūpaḥa


For śhrī rudram, please refer to the Sri Rudram (Rudra Tattva) section.


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