Shuklas : Sacred Vedic Chants Sacred Vedic Chants of India-Audio
Posted 10 June 2009 - 04:22 PM
Devotional - Prayers for Diwali
A celebration that is powered by lots of fervor, vigour and enthusiasm, Diwali is a significant Hindu festival welcoming Ram & Sita from their exile of 14 years. This exuberant festival of lights dispels darkness and lights up every single life. For many, it marks the worship of Goddess Lakshmi and also the beginning of the new financial year. This day is considered the harbinger of auspiciousness and eliminator of darkness. Worship gods and goddesses that have given us life and the power to live. Let these Diwali prayers resonate in your being and spill the ocean of calmness and auspiciousness in your world. Sanctify your day with the following:
Pratah Ganesh Smarana
Sayam Ganesh Smaranam
Hanuman Raksha Stotram
Usha Mangeshkar, Suresh Wadkar, Sadhna Sargam, Ravindra Sathe, Shweta Pandit, Ashit Desai, Rattan Mohan Sharma, Sanjeev Abhyankar, Rekha Bharadwaj, Eshwari Pandit, Ram Shankar, Vijay Joshi & Chorus
Posted 10 June 2009 - 04:24 PM
Lakshmi in Sanskrit is derived from its elemental form "lakS," meaning to perceive or observe.This is synonymous with "lakSya," meaning aim or objective. Lakshmi is thus goddess of the means to achieving objectives, including prosperity in the lives of mankind.
Maha Lakshmi - Sacred Morning Mantras
01 Shri Mahalakshmi Gayatri
02 Lakshmi Stotram
03 Mahalakshmi Ashtakam
04 Devi Krit Lakshmi Stotram
05 Sri Stotram
06 Shri Lakshmi Ashtottarshatnamstotram
07 Mahalakshmi Kavach
Posted 10 June 2009 - 04:27 PM
01. Signature Prayer
04. 108 Chants Of Mahalakshmi Mantra
05. Commentary on Ashta Lakshmi Stotra
06. Ashta Lakshmi Stotra
07. Commentary on Shree Sukt
08. Shree Sukt
09. Aarti From Mahalakshmi Temple, Mumbai
10. Shanti Path
Posted 10 June 2009 - 04:29 PM
Shubh Laabh is an inscription one sees in many business places (or at entrances to traditional business places) in India. It is written in Devanagri script on either side of a swastika. Literally translated it means, auspicious profit and is generally denoted by a Swastika (Right pointed, not left).
01 - Signature Prayer
02 - Ganesh Shloka
03 - Laxmi Prarthana
04 - Punyahvachan Mantra
05 - Swasti Vachan
06 - Ganesh Stotra for Laxmi Prapti
07 - Shubh Laabh Mantra
08 - Kanakdhara Stotram
09 - Laxmiji ki Aarti
Posted 10 June 2009 - 04:39 PM
Rishis selected the words of the Gayatri Mantra and arranged them so that they not only convey meaning but also create specific power of righteous wisdom through their utterance. The ideal times for chanting the mantra are three times a day - at dawn, mid-day, and at dusk. These times are known as the three sandhyas - morning, mid-day and evening. The maximum benefit of chanting the mantra is said to be obtained by chanting it 108 times. However, one may chant it for 3, 9, or 18 times when pressed for time. The syllables of the mantra are said to positively affect all the chakras or energy centres in the human body - hence, proper pronunciation and enunciation are very important. In general, Brahmarishi Vishwamitra is credited as the mantra-dhrishta(Mantra was revealed to him) of the Gayatri Mantra.
Originally the personification of the mantra, the goddess Gayatri is considered the veda mata, the mother of all Vedas and the consort of the God Brahma and also the personification of the all-pervading Parabrahman, the ultimate unchanging reality that lies behind all phenomena.
The Gayatri Mantra is a highly revered mantra in Hinduism (second only to the mantra Om) and Adi Dharm religion.
01. Gayatri Invocation
02. Introductory Commentary
03. Pranayam Mantra
04. Stututi - Sloka 1 & Sloka 2
05. Chanting of the Gayatri Mantra 108 times
06. Gayatri Aarati in chorus
Posted 10 June 2009 - 04:41 PM
Another nice Deepawali Album.
01. Sampurna Deepawali Mahatmay & Samigri
02. Shri Maha Laxmi Poojan Vidhi
03. Swasti Vachan
05. Ganpati Poojan
06. Kalash Sthapna
07. Navgrah Avam Shodesh Matrika Poojan
08. Shri Mahalakshmi Poojan
09. Shri Kuber Poojan
10. Deep Mala Poojan
11. Aarti Laxmi Mata
12. Mantra Pushpanjali
13. Shhama Prathna
14. Vishesh Gyan Sutra
15. Shri Ganesh Dhun
16. Lakshmi Mantra
17. Shri Ganesh Aarti
Posted 10 June 2009 - 04:45 PM
Artists: Anuradha Paudwal, Manhar Udhas, Sikhvinder, Kumar Vishu, Kavita Paudwal, Anjali Jain
01 - MahaLaxmi Pujan Ka Mahatmay
02 - MahaLaxmi Pujan Vidhi
03 - Shri Suktam
04 - Mahalaxmi Ashtak
05 - MahaLaxmi Chalisa
06 - Laxmiji Ki Aarti
07 - Laxmi Gayatri
08 - MahaLaxmi Jaap
Posted 10 June 2009 - 04:48 PM
Hari Om Sharan (September 26, 1932 - December 17, 2007) is one of the most noted 'Bhajan' singers and lyricist in India. He became a popular Bhajan singer, in the 70s-80s, with his albums like "Premanjali Pushpanjai", and "Data Ek Ram" and bhajans like, Tera Ram ji Karenge Bedaa Paar', 'Maili Chadar Odhke Kaise', 'Aarti Kunj Bihari ki', 'Aisa Pyar Bahaa De Maiyya', 'Shree Radhey Govind'.
He has the most popular bhajan which is listen by all indians although they don't know who have sung this bhajan. The most famous "Hanuman chalisa" in indian History. So many people sung this bhajan but when you listen shri Hari Om sharan , its inexplicable experience ,just you will devote you life to Ram and Hanuman.
01. Jai Jai Sri Hanuman
02. Mangal Murati
03. Hanuman Chalisa
05. Jai Hanuman
08. Samapti Vandana
Posted 10 June 2009 - 04:53 PM
The Vishnu Sahasranama is a list of 1,000 names for Vishnu, one of the main forms of God in Hinduism and the personal supreme God for Vaishnavas (followers of Vishnu). It is also one of the most sacred and commonly chanted stotras in Hinduism. The Vishnu sahasranama as found in the Mahabharata is the most popular version of the 1000 names of Vishnu. According to the 149th chapter of Anushāsanaparva in the epic Mahabharata, the names were handed down to Yudhisthira by the famous warrior Bhishma who was on his death bed at the battle of Kurukshetra.
Yudhisthira asks Bhishma the following questions:
In this universe who is the one Deva of all? (i.e., at whose command all beings function?, or who is God of all?. Who is the one greatest refuge for all? Who is the one Divinity by praising and by worshipping whom a man attains good? Which according to you is that highest form of Dharma (capable of bestowing salvation and prosperity on man? What is that by uttering or reciting which any living being can attain freedom from cycle of births and deaths?
Bhisma answers by stating that mankind will be free from all sorrows by chanting the Vishnu sahasranāma' which are the thousand names of the all-pervading Supreme Being Vishnu, who is the master of all the worlds, supreme over the devas and who is one with Brahman.
Madurai Shanmukhavadivu Subbulakshmi, popularly known as M.S. or M.S.S.) (September 16, 1916 - December 11, 2004)was a renowned Carnatic vocalist. She was the first musician ever to be awarded the Bharat Ratna, India's highest civilian honor. While Lata Mangeshkar called her Tapaswini (the Renunciate), Ustad Bade Ghulam Ali Khan termed her Suswaralakshmi (the goddess of musical notes), and Kishori Amonkar labeled her the ultimate eighth note or Aathuvaan Sur, which is above the seven notes basic to all music. Her many famous renditions of bhajans include the chanting of Bhaja Govindam, Vishnu sahasranama (1000 names of Vishnu) and the Venkateswara Suprabhatam (musical hymns to awaken Lord Balaji early in the morning).
02. Vishnu sahasranaman
Posted 10 June 2009 - 04:55 PM
Mahamrityunjaya Mantra, also called the Tryambakam Mantra, is a verse of the Yajurveda addressed to Tryambakam "the three-eyed", identified with the Hindu deity Shiva. It's literal translation is the Great Death-Conquering mantra. It is also called the Rudra mantra, referring to the furious aspect of Shiva; the Tryambakam mantra, alluding to Shiva's three eyes; and its is sometimes known as the Mrita-Sanjivini mantra because it is a component of the "life-restoring" practice given to the primordial sage Shukra after he had completed an exhausting period of austerity. The Maha Mrityunjaya mantra is hailed by the sages as the heart of the Veda. Along with the Gayatri mantra it holds the highest place among the many mantras used for contemplation and meditation.
Anybody can recite this mantra and attain good health, release from bondage and other problems. This is the greatest reliever from all evils and can be recited at any time like any other Maha-mantra. It should be recited preferably for forty days both in the morning and evening, after lighting a jyoti and sitting on a woollen asana while facing east. Recite the Maha-mantra 108 times (one rosary) or its multiples in each sitting. This is the greatest work of Maharishi Vashistha. Before commencing the Mahamritunjaya mantra recite the following small prayer to the everlasting spirit of the Maharishi for his blessings and guidance.
OM SUCHIRMARKAIR BRIHASPATIM ADHVARESHU NAMASYATAH (21 Times)
We pray to Brihaspati (the Lord of this Universe and the teacher of this Vedic Knowledge), whose wishes are inviolable, for good thoughts (that will lead to good speech and actions that cannot be violated as it will be the truth).
VYAM VASHISHTHAYA NAMAH (21 Times)
This is the prayer to Maharishi Vashistha (whose Holy Spirit is Omnipresent).The initiated should practice the Pranayama ten times with the Beejakshara Mantra "OM HOUM JUM SAH". Others can skip this and go to the Maha-mantra directly.
This is to be followed by the Dhyana Mantra (Meditation) of Sri Tryambakeswara (One of the twelve Jyotirlinga) and then meditate on Sri Tryambakeshwara (Lord Shiva) and Sri Amriteshwari (Gouri or Parvati Shakti) with the relevant beejakshara and Rudra Pooja. Meditate for at least 15 Minutes before starting the Japa (Recitation of Mantra).Then repeat the following Mahamritunjaya mantra 108 times or multiples of this number.
The Mahamritunjaya Mantra reads: OM TRYAMBAKKAM YAJAMAHE SUGANDHIM PUSTIVARDHANAM URVAROOKAMEVA BANDANAAN MRITYORMOKSHEEYA MAAMRITAAT.
|| WHAT IS THE MEANING OF THIS MAHAMANTRA ||
It is important to understand the meaning of the words as this makes the repetition meaningful and brings forth the results.
OM is not spelt out in the Rig-Veda, but has to be added to the beginning of all Mantras as given in an earlier Mantra of the Rig-Veda addressed to Ganapati.
TRYAMBAKKAM refers to the Three eyes of Lord Shiva. 'Trya' means 'Three' and Ambakam' means eyes. These three eyes or sources of enlightenment are the Trimurti or three primary deities, namely Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva and the three 'AMBA' (also meaning Mother or Shakti' are Saraswati, Lakshmi and Gouri. Thus in this word, we are referring to God as Omniscient (Brahma), Omnipresent (Vishnu) and Omnipotent (Shiva). This is the wisdom of Brihaspati and is referred to as Sri Duttatreya having three heads of Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva.
YAJAMAHE: means, "We sing Thy praise".
SUGANDHIM: refers to His fragrance (of knowledge, presence and strength i.e. three aspects) as being the best and always spreading around. Fragrance refers to the joy that we get on knowing, seeing or feeling His virtuous deeds.
PUSTIVARDHANAM: Pooshan refers to Him as the sustainer of this world and in this manner, He is the Father (Pater) of all. Pooshan is also the inner impeller of all knowledge and is thus Savitur or the Sun and also symbolises Brahma the Omniscient Creator. In this manner He is also the Father (Genitor) of all.
URVAAROKAMEVA: 'URVA' means "VISHAL" or big and powerful . 'AAROOKAM' means 'Disease'. Thus URVAROOKA means deadly and overpowering diseases. The diseases are also of three kinds caused by the influence (in the negative) of the three Guna's and are ignorance (Avidya etc),falsehood (Asat etc as even though Vishnu is everywhere, we fail to perceive Him and are guided by our sight and other senses) and weaknesses (Shadripu etc. a constraint of this physical body and Shiva is all powerful).
BANDANAAM: means bound down. Thus read with URVAROOKAMEVA, it means 'I am bound down by deadly and overpowering diseases'.
MRITYORMOOKSHEYA: means to deliver us from death (both premature deaths in this Physical world and from the never-ending cycle of deaths due to re-birth) for the sake of Mokshya (Nirvana or final emancipation from re-birth).
MAAMRITAAT means 'please give me some Amritam (life rejuvenating nectar). Read with the previous word, it means that we are praying for some 'Amrit' to get out of the death inflicting diseases as well as the cycle of re-birth.
01. Ganpati Beej Mantra
02. Shiva Prarthana (Invocation)
03. Namaskar Mantra
04. Introductory Commentary
05. Maha Mrityunjay Mantra [108 Times]
06. Om Namah Shivaya (Dhun)
Posted 10 June 2009 - 04:58 PM
01 Shri Ganesh 7 am - 10 am
02 Hanuman 10 am - 1 pm
03 Shri Raam 1 am - 4 pm
04 Devi Saraswati 4 pm - 7 pm
05 Shri Krishna 7 pm - 10 pm
06 Devi Mahalaksmi 10 pm - 1 am
07 Shankar 1 am - 4 am
08 Devi Durga 4 am - 7 am
Posted 10 June 2009 - 05:00 PM
Now for the first time Jagjit Singh sings Ganesh! He reveres the adorable Lord of successful beginnings and the destroyer of all obstacles by singing in his glory. The first to be worshipped at every occasion, Lord Ganesh epitomizes everything related to wisdom. Considered as a symbol of intelligence and a conveyer of good luck, He is believed to grant success, knowledge, power, fame and prosperity to all his devotees. Worship the supreme deity this Ganapati season with this soulful offering of eight bhajans, in the divine voice of Jagjit Singh. Clear your environs of all negative energies with this stirring combination of traditional and new bhajans.
01. Vakratunda Mahakaya
02. Ganpati Bappa Morya
03. Gaiye Ganpati Jagvandan
04. Jai Ganesh Ganpati Dayanidhi
05. Jai Jai Ganpati Bhaktan
06. Pratham Sumir Shri Ganesh
07. Vande Ganpati Vighnavinashan
08. Jai Ganesh Deva
Posted 10 June 2009 - 05:02 PM
We are made of sound. The first thing that came out in creation was sound. A mantra is a spiritually empowered sound. The constant and repeated chanting of a mantra brings about changes within the person who is chanting, making him more serene and empowered, and making the environment quiet and invigorating at the same time.
Reciting a mantra that motivates you may provide just the right jumpstart for the day. It is something that has been realised by the sages in India, and if we apply this realisation in our lives today, we will surely find both motivation and peace. Stillness and calm brought about by the chanting of the mantra combines with the early morning surge of energies to fill us with the joy of being and sets the pace for the day ahead.
Morning mantras are prayers that are chanted early in the morning, preferably between 4 and 8 am, a time when the day is just beginning and the weary world has not yet begun its hustle and bustle to get on with life.
1. Commentary in English
2. Kar Darshanam
3. Bhoomi Prarthana
4. Pratah Smaranam
5. Snaan Mantra
6. Tilak Mantra
7. Pranayam Mantra
8. Surya Namaskar
9. Suryarghya Mantra
10. Surya Prarthana
11. Guru Samaranam
12. Gayatri Mantra
13. Karyasiddhi Hetu Prarthana Vividh Dev Pratah-Smaranam
14. Parabrahmanah Smaranam
15. Ganeshasya Smaranam
16. Chandi Smaranam
17. Vishnoh Smaranam
18. Ramasya Smaranam
19. Shivasya Smaranam
20. Navagraha Prarthana
21. Prakriti Prarthana
22. Mangal Kaamna
23. Hari Om
Posted 10 June 2009 - 05:03 PM
The gentle lull that comes when the sun is nearly set & night readies to settle is called 'Sandhya'. This is the hour is sending a prayer to God while contemplating one's good and bad actions.During this twilight time we thank the Supreme Power for His infinite love and affectionthat has helped us through the day and we hope and pray to God to continue to protect us in the following day too.
Chanting or listening to evening mantras like Sandhya Stotram, Deepdanam, Sandhyakale Saraswati Stotram and such others is belivedto lead to peace, well being and fulfillment to all our wishes. This album begins with a Ganesh Stavan, followed by commentary in the voice of Harish Bhimani and then progresses with the important authentic Vedic mantras that are customarily recited in the evening. The album ends with the all-encompassing - Hari Om Dhun and the serene chants of Shanti Path.
Kedar Pandit has given the enchanting music for this album and the Morning mantras artists - Sadhana Sargam & Ravindra Sathe have lent their melodious voices to this splendid devotional masterpiece - Evening Mantras.
01. Ganesh Stavan
02. Evening Mantras - Commentary
03. Shantakaram Bhujagashayanam
04. Sandhya Stotram
05. Sayam Sandhya Vidhi
07. Shadashtakam (Tvamev Sandhya Savittri)
08. Sandhyakale Saraswati Stotram
09. Pradosh Stotram
10. Shri Ramrakshastotram
11. Hari Om Hari Om
Posted 10 June 2009 - 05:05 PM
After a long and hard workday, stress and fatigue threaten to overwhelm one and the tired body cries for sleep at night. With sleep comes welcome relief and relaxation, and one slops into a nearly inert or unconscious state. Yet, even in this state, the mind and body are still processing a lot of subconscious thoughts and activities. This time is also utilized by the body to perform metabolic activities like digestion. The soul is also believed to wrestle with negative spirits and nocturnal urges. This special collection of Raatri Shlokas aim to protect and aid the entire experience of sleep. These will also refresh the mind and body in the process.
This special colelction of Raatri Shlokas aim to protect and aid the entire experince of sleep. These shlokas refresh the mind and body while awake or asleep.
01. Ganpati Shloka
03. Raatri Japa Mantras-Om Govinday Namah (11 Times)Om Padmanabhay Namah (11 Times)
04. Kaalbhairav Ashtakam
05. Dandapani Stotram
06. Abhayankaram Shiv Raksha Stotram
07. Shree Vyankatesh Stotram
08. Raatri Prarthana Shloka
09. Du-swapnanashanam Sookta
11. Hari Om
Posted 10 June 2009 - 05:07 PM
|| Divine Chants of Shiva || - Uma Mohan
Lord Shiva is 'Shakti', Shiva is power, and Shiva is the destroyer. He creates, sustains and destroys. This album contains potent mantras like the Shiv Naamavali Ashtakam written by Adi Shankara, Nirvana Shatkam by Sri Shankaracharya, Shiv Tandava Stotra composed by The King of Lanka - Ravana along with Shiva mantra Ghanapaath from Shri Rudram - a Vedic stotra dedicated to Rudra, an aspect of Shiva. This album reveres Lord Shiva - The personification of enlightenment - the consciousness, which bestows bliss and the eternal experience of energy.
01. Namaskarartha Mantra
02. Shiva Panchakshari Mantra
03. Shiva Naamavali Ashtakam
04. Shiva Panchakshara Stotram / Shiva Shadakshara Stotram
05. Shri Margabandhu Stotram
06. Shiva Mantra Ghanapaatha
07. Shiva Tandava Stotram
08. Nirvana Shatkam
09. Chandrashekhar Ashtakam
Posted 10 June 2009 - 05:09 PM
01. Chura Liya Hai (Yaadon Ki Baraat)
02. O Mere Dil Ki Chain (Mere Jeevan Saathi)
03. Sagar Kinare (Sagar)
04. Kya Yehi Pyar Hai (Rocky)
05. O Mere Sone Re (Teesri Mnazil)
06. Lekar Hum Deewana Dil (Yaadon Ki Baraat)
07. Humein Tumse Pyar Kitna (Kudrat)
08. Kis Liye Maine Pyar Kiya (The Train)
09. Hum Dono Do Premi (Ajnabee)
10. Wada Karo (Aa Gale Lage Jaa)
11. He Maine Kasam Lee (Tere Mere Sapne)
12. Kuch Na Kaho (1942 Love Story)
Posted 10 June 2009 - 05:11 PM
The power and the tremendous influence wielded by the Nine Planets - Navagraha on our everyday lives is simply astounding and amazing. It is said in the Vedas that all the Nine Planets govern our lives in a complex and an accurately systematic manner that follows the arithmetic to perfection and one must understand the complexity of these issues in order to lead a peaceful and harmonious life. This exquisite album tackles the multifaceted subject of the Nine Planets amazingly and guides the listeners in a step-by-step way through this maze of intricate information that leaves us spellbound and in a trance of meditation and spirituality.
This album contains the Signature Prayer of the Navagraha Shakti - the raw Power of the Nine Planets, the beautiful Shloka in praise of Lord Ganesha - the controller of the Nine Planets, Navagraha Gayatri for all the Nine Planets, the Navagraha Peeda Hara Stotram, Navagraha Stuti, Navagraha Stotram and finally the all-encompassing and magical rendition of the Navagraha Chalisa from the Chalisa Sangrah leaves the listener in a reverie and a spell of never-before realized streams of spirituality. It is indeed a superb devotional album that teaches us all the unheard and unknown aspects of the Power of Nine Planets - the Navagraha Shakti.
01. Signature Prayer
02. Shloka in praise of Lord Ganesh
03. Navagraha Gayatri
04. Navagraha Peeda Hara Stotram
05. Navagraha Stuti
06. Navagraha Stotram
07. Navagraha Chalisa
Posted 10 June 2009 - 07:35 PM
The great mantra of Mahalakshmi is
Om Hrim Shrim Klim Aim Sauh Mahalakshmi Prasida 2 Shrim Thah Thah Thah Svaha.
The mantra, hard to get, of Sharika is
Om Hrim Shrim Hum Phram Am Sham Sharikayai Namah.
The mantra of Sharada is
Om Hrim Klim Sah Namo Bhagavatyai Sharadayai Hrim Svaha.
The mantra of Indrakshi is
Om Shrim Hrim Aim Sauh Klim Indrakshi Vajrahaste Phat Svaha.
The mantra of Bagalamukhi is
Om Hlim Bagalamukhi Sarvadushthanam Vacham Mukham Padam Stambhaya Jihvam Kilaya 2 Hlim Om Svaha.
The mantra of Mahaturi is
Om Trum Traum Mahaturyai Namah.
The mantra of Maharajni is
Om Hrim Shrim Ram Klim Sauh Bhagavatyai Rajnyai Hrim Svaha.
The mantra of Jvalamukhi is
Om Hrim Shrim Jvalamukhi mama Sarvashatrun bhakshaya 2 Phat Svaha.
The mantra of Bhida is
Om Hrim Shrim Hsraim Aim Klim Sauh Bhida Bhagavatyai Hamsarupi Svaha.
The mantra of Kalaratri is
Om Aim Hrim Klim Shrim Kalaratri sarvam vashyam kuru 2 viryam Devi Ganeshvaryai Namah.
The mantra of Bhavani is
Om Shrim Shrim Om Om Hrim Shrim Shrim Hum Phat.
The mantra of Vajrayogini is
Om Hrim Vajrayoginiyai Svaha.
The mantra of Dhumravarahi is
Aim Glaum Lam Aim Namo Bhagavati Vartali Vartali Varahi Devate Varahamukhi Aim Glaum Thah Thah Phat Svaha.
The mantra of Siddhalakshmi is
Om Shrim Shrim Hrim Hsauh Aim Klim Sauh Siddhalaksmyai Namah.
The mantra of Kulavagishvari is
Om Klim Hram Shrim Hum Jham Jhasahaste Kulavagishvari Aim Thah Jham Thah Strim Thah Svaha.
The mantra of Padmavati
Om Hrim Shrim Klim Blum Padmavati Mama Varam Dehi 2 Phat Svaha.
The mantra of Kubjika
Om Shrim Prim Kubjike Devi Hrim Thah Svaha.
The mantra of Gauri is
Om Shrim Hrim Glaum Gam Gauri Gim Svaha.
The mantra of Nilasarasvati is
Om Hram Aim Hum Nilasarasvati Phat Svaha.
The mantra of Parashakti is
Om Shrim Hrim Klim Sauh Hsauh Parashaktyai Aim Svaha.
Shri Maha Lakshmi Sahastranaam
Posted 14 June 2009 - 10:05 PM
01. Gayatri Mantra
02. Maha Mrityunjay Mantra
03. M. S. Subbulakshmi - Vishnu Sahasranaam
04. Hari Om Saran - Shri Hanuman Chalisa
05. Maha Lakshmi - Sacred Morning Mantras
06. Jagjit Singh - Shri Ganesh
07. Navgraha Shakti
08. Divine Chants Of Krishna
09. Shani - Shankar Mahadevan
10. Daata Ek Ram - Hari Om Sharan
11. Ashit Desai - Param Shraddha
12. Ashit Desai - Shraddha - Divine Tunes to Invoke Inner Peace
13. Ashit Desai - Sur Shraddha
14. Shubh Dipawali Pujan & ShriSukt
15. Mahalakshmi - Pt. Jasraj
16. Kosmic Music - Holy Chants On Lord Vishnu & Mahalakshmi
17. Tirupati Balaji
18. Temple Music By Pandit Ajay Pohankar
19. Ashit Desai - Atma Shraddha
20. Mahalaxmi Mantra
21. Shubh Laabh
22. Sarvamangala Ganesh - Lata
23. Morning Mantras
24. Evening Mantras
25. Raatri Mantras
26. Anuradha Paudwal & Sanjeev Abhyankar - Rudraksha
27. Jagjit Singh - Hey Gobind Hey Gopal
28. Mangal Mantra
29. Mantras For Children And Young Adults
31. Divine Chants Of Shiva - Uma Mohan
32. Prayers for Diwali
34. Shubh Deepawali - Sampurn Pujan Vidhi
35. Sonu Niigaam - Maha Ganesha
36. Krishna - Bhajans By Vikram
37. Hare Krishna - Iskon
38. Shri Krishna Sharanam Mama
39. Jagjit Singh and Chitra Singh - Krishna Bhajans
40. Kosmic Music - Sacred Chants For Attaining Enlightenment Thru Devotion
41. Kosmic Music - Sacred Chants for Courage, Confidence and Limitless Joy
42 .Kosmic Music - Sacred Chants For Knowledge And Success
43. Kosmic Music - Sacred Chants for Longevity and Stress Relief
44. Kosmic Music - Sacred Chants for Peace, Prosperity & Enlightment
45. Jagjit Singh - Radhe Krishan Radhe Shyam
47. Jagjit Singh - Bhakti
48. Sukh Ke Sab Saathi - Film Bhajans by Mohd. Rafi
49. Ram Shyaam Gun Gaan - Bhajans by Bhimsen Joshi and Lata
50. Sai Charit Manas - Suresh Wadekar