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Vallabhesa Karavalamba Dasakam
Vallabha Ganapathi is a rare form of Ganapathi who has eleven arms and is believed to be the protector of the universe.

Krishna Sthuthi
This rarer and great prayer occurs in Garga Samhitha.

Krishna Kavacham
This rare armour occurs in Garga Samhitha. This is supposed to have been recited by the Gopis when the baby Krishna killed the ogress called Puthana. It is mentioned that Sage Durvasa taught it to queen Yasoda, who might have taught it to the Gopis.

Shiva Shankara Stotram
Here is mellifluous and extremely musical prayer which is full of remarkable meaning.

Raja Rajeswari Sthuthi
Raja Rajeswari is the presiding deity of Sri Chakra. She is the mother of love and grace. This prayer is addressed to her beseeching her protection.

Pushpanjali
Here is a great prayer addressed to the Goddess. In each stanza the devotee offers a different flower and the stanza tells what the Goddess would give back.

Nava Durga Stotram
Shakthi worship, aimed at the worship of woman as the power behind everything, is possibly very unique in Hinduism. Though the goddess Shakthi plays a secondary roles as consort of Lord Vishnu, Shiva and Lord Brahma, right from the upanishadic days, her portrayal as the unique power which makes all the gods, Pancha Bhoothas, Ashtadigh Balakas etc to act as they do is well recognized.

Ganapati Stotram [Narada]
Salutations to Ganesha, the great Deva, who has big paunch, who is divine among divines, to he who is close to Lord Shiva, He who is an auspicious beginner, He who has the head of an elephant and one with three eyes.

Matangi Keerthanam
Matangi is one of the Maha Vidyas, Ten Tantric Goddesses and a ferocious aspect of Devi, the Hindu Divine Mother. She is considered as the Tantric form of Sarasvati, the goddess of music and learning. Like Sarasvati, Matangi governs speech, music, knowledge and the arts.

Lakshmi Stotra [Skanda Purana]
Salutations to Lakshmi, the mother of the world, Salutations to mother of Brahma, Salutations to the lotus eyed one, Salutations to the lotus faced one.

Kalpaga Vinayaka Suprabatham
In the middle of the very decorated house shining with jewels, on the golden cot studded with pearls and gems, You are sleeping being attended to by celestial maidens and Oh wish fulfilling Ganesha, please wake up, a good morning to you.

Ganesha Namaskara Stotram
This great prayer tells eight names of Lord Ganesa followed by salutation to each name.

Devi Khadga Mala Stotram
Here is a great prayer addressed to the great Goddess who protects us from all enemies and dangers like a garland of swords.

Dasa Maha Vidhya Stotra
The goddess with ten heads, black as night and has a horrific and fearful appearance. She is represented to be standing on Lord Shiva who is lying down. She is considered to represent all the ten Maha Vidhyas. While she blesses her devotees with all their wants, worship of her is believed to remove Sani Dosha.

Balarama Sthava Raja
The stotra is taken from Garga Samhitha and is addressed to Balarama incarnation of Lord Vishnu. Lord Balarama was the Guru of Duryodhana.

Ashta Lakshmi Stotra
Salutations to the primeval Lakshmi who is saluted by all ladies, to you who were born from sea along with the moon, to you who are served by pretty divine ladies, to you who are with the freshly opened lotus flower.

Abhirami Sthuthi
The mother Abhirami would sit with Love as Lord Shiva. The mother Abhirami would console us and shower nectar on us.

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Varanasi – Benaras – City of Temples – Documentary [DVD]
Varanasi (Kashi) also Known as Benaras has been the eternal pilgrimage spot (Mukti Kshetra) of Hindus for ages who believe that one who is graced to die on the land of Varanasi would attain salvation and freedom from the cycle of birth and re-birth. Varanasi has also been a great center of learning for ages and promotion of spiritualism, mysticism, Sanskrit and yoga. The name Varanasi has its origin from the names of the two rivers Varuna and Assi, for the old city lies in the north shores of the Ganges bounded by its two tributaries, the Varuna and the Assi, with the Ganges being to its south. Assi Ghat is an important ghat of Varanasi and it's the southern most end of the ancient city. References about this ghat are found in various Puranas. There is a belief, this place where after slaying demon Durgasur, the sword (Khadga) from the hand of Goddess Durga fell. The place, where sword (Khadga) had fallen resulted in flowing of big stream known as Asi river. The confluence place of river Ganga and Asi known as Asi or Assi ghat. Ganges is said to have its origins in the tresses of Lord Shiva. Also this is a pilgrimage place for Jains, being the birthplace of Parsvanath, the twenty-third Tirthankar. Vaishnavism and Shaivism have co-existed in Varanasi harmoniously. Of 84 ghats along the edge of the river, only five ghats (panchtirth) are considered most sacred. As per legend the five most sacred water-front holy spots represent the bodily parts of the Lord: "Asi is the head; Dashaswamedh is the chest; Manikarnika is the naval; Panchganga is the thighs; and Adi Keshav is the feet". This reminds that Vishnu first placed His holy feet here in Varanasi. His foot print (charan paduka) in the Adi Kesava temple symbolize that occasion; another foot prints are at Manikarnika Ghat. At Manikarnika Lord Shiva gives Tarak Mantra ("Prayer of the crossing") in the ear of the dead, therefore the form of Shiva as Tarkeshwar, (the temple is at the ghat), is propitiated whenever a Hindu dies. Watch over this DVD and have a Divine Experience sempiternally! ** Language: English

Khajuraho – Documentary [DVD]
The Khajuraho Group of Monuments in Khajuraho (Hindi), a town in the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh, located in Chhatarpur District. The name Khajuraho derived from khajura (date palm), which grows freely in the area and as there were two golden khajura trees on a carved gate here. The name Khajuraho, ancient "Kharjuravahaka", is derived from the Sanskrit words khajura = date palm and vahara = "one who carries". The old name was Khajuravahaka (scorpion bearer), the scorpion symbolizing poisonous lust. The temples were built under the late chandela kings followers of the Tantric cult which believes that gratification of earthly desires is a step towards attaining the ultimate liberation, between 950 and 1050 AD in a truly inspired burst of creativity. The Khajuraho Group of Monuments has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and is considered to be one of the "Seven Wonders Of India". Khajuraho Temples, with extramural sexual themes (10% of the total carving), portray that for seeing the deity; one must leave his sexual desires outside the Temple . They also depict that the inner deity of the Temple is pure like the soul (atman) which is unaffected by sexual desires and other gross tendencies, destiny etc. They give the message that one should always have God as the central point in one's life even though one is engaged in worldly activities. Union of man and women is one of the types of beauty in the Hindu religion. The basic Universal Divine Energy (Shakti) is a symbol of the union of man and woman and it is the main spiritual emotion in Hindu art depicted in the man-woman sculptures. Here Divine Energy (Shakti) manifests in the man-woman Union , the basic of Vedic art and culture. The Khajuraho temples are made of sandstone. The whole area was enclosed by a wall with eight gates, each flanked by two golden palm trees. There were originally over 80 Hindu temples, of which only 25 now stand in a reasonable state of preservation, scattered over an area of about 20 Sq.Kms. Today, the temples serve as fine examples of Indian architectural styles that have gained popularity. Watch over this DVD and have an eternal Divine Experience. ** Language: English

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Balakrishna Sastrigal – Harikatha – Seetha Rama Kalyanam [MP3]
Harikatha Seetharama Kalyanam through the vision of Saint Thyagaraja by Brahmasri T. S. Balakrishna Sastrigal ** Live Performance in USA ** One more valuable retrieval from archives 4 decades after the performance and a decade after Brahmasri T.S. Balakrishna Sastrigal attaining the Divine Aboard. The depth and variety of TSB's repertoire made his portrayal of the same subject different from time to time. Accordingly this Seetharama Kalyanam Discourse performed in USA was a total dedication to the vision of Saint Thyagaraja. For all those who want to meditate with Bhakti soaked in Music, this is a two hour treat. ** On Brahmasri T. S. Balakrishna Sastrigal (1919-2003): Born in Thiruvidaimaruthur, near Kumbakonam in Tamil Nadu, he began performing at the age of 23 and held sway over Harikatha Kalakshebam for over 6 decades. A former senior executive of State Bank of India, his very name was synonymous with this traditional art of story-telling. With an amazing and unmatched command over the Vedas, Puranas, Sastras, classical music and a score of languages, he held the audience spell-bound with his flair, fervour, felicity of expression and a resonant voice. Among the countless titles and honors that were conferred on him, the title "Harikatha Rathnakara" bestowed on him by both the Paramachariyals of Kamakoti and Sringeri peetams simultaneously at Asthika Samaj, Chennai in the year 1966 stands out. Sangeetha Nataka Academy, Delhi honored him in1993. Music Academy, Chennai conferred on him the Sangeetha Kala Acharya Award in 1997. Tamil Nadu Government bestowed on him the Kalaimaamani title in 1972. ** Duration: 2 Hrs. 14 Mins.

Saashwathi Prabhu – Hymns to Goddess
Music Composed, Sung Arranged & Produced by Saashwathi Prabhu ** Hymns to the Goddess is an album which is spiritual in essence and melodic in presentation. This album consists of songs sung in praise of the Divine Mother originally composed by great composers and contemporary legends of Carnatic Music. The uniqueness of this album lies on the concept that though the songs are structurally classical (carnatic / hindustani) in nature, the addition of western instrumentation unlike the traditional sampradaya way of providing accompaniment to carnatic music, to the original structure and composition gives a very spiritually uplifting experience to the listener as, the instrumentation (which is both eastern and western in nature) is done in a way to enhance the spiritual essence of every song, tune and melodic content. The aim of this album is to bring out the classics of Carnatic music compositions inbuilt with their beautiful spiritual essence, but with a presentation which appeals to every common man too and keeping in mind the musical taste of the upcoming and forthcoming generations. ** About Saashwathi (the music composer): Saashwathi is a young musician cum composer who is the proud disciple of the renowned Violin Maestro, Shri. Lalgudi G. Jayaraman. She has produced 6 albums so far with varying themes right from Carnatic pop, Indian classical and western fusion to spiritual chants and vedic mantras. ** Tracks: 1. Bhagyadha Lakshmi – Madhyamavathi – Adi – Purandaradasa 2. Vellai Thamarai – Aberi – Adi – Subramaniya Bharathiar 3. Akilandeswari – Dwijavanthi – Adi – Muthuswami Dikshitar 4. Sangeetha Samrajya – Mohanakalyani – Adi – Bangalore Ramamurthy 5. Sri Jagadeeswari – Ahir Bhairav – Adi – Lalgudi G Jayaraman 6. Mookambika Ashtakam – Bahudhari – Kanda Chapu – Sri Indiran (Devas) 7. Shyamala Dandakam (Dhyanam) – Tilang & Bahudari – Adi – Mahakavi Kalidas ** Duration: 51 Mins. 51 Secs.

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Balakrishna Sastrigal – Harikatha – Thyagaraja Keerthanai Vilakkam [DVD]
Sathguru Thyagaraja Keerthanai Vilakkam ** A rare video retrieval from archives ** Bonus: MP3 Audio Version ** Brahmasri T.S.Balakrishna Sastrigal's penchant for and expertise in rendering and visualising Sathguru Thyagaraja's compositions are legendary. In this very rare video retrieval from archives (picture clarity to be forgiven for content value), TSB had meticulously hand picked certain Keerthanas for elaborate delineation in his own inimitable perspective and style. Many students as well as connoisseurs of music who have heard as also sung these keerthanas are bound to get a new insight to these compositions. ** On Brahmasri T. S. Balakrishna Sastrigal (1919-2003): Born in Thiruvidaimaruthur, near Kumbakonam in Tamil Nadu, he began performing at the age of 23 and held sway over Harikatha Kalakshebam for over 6 decades. A former senior executive of State Bank of India, his very name was synonymous with this traditional art of story-telling. With an amazing and unmatched command over the Vedas, Puranas, Sastras, classical music and a score of languages, he held the audience spell-bound with his flair, fervour, felicity of expression and a resonant voice. Among the countless titles and honors that were conferred on him, the title "Harikatha Rathnakara" bestowed on him by both the Paramachariyals of Kamakoti and Sringeri peetams simultaneously at Asthika Samaj, Chennai in the year 1966 stands out. Sangeetha Nataka Academy, Delhi honored him in1993. Music Academy, Chennai conferred on him the Sangeetha Kala Acharya Award in 1997. Tamil Nadu Government bestowed on him the Kalaimaamani title in 1972. ** Duration: 2 Hrs.

Bharatanatyam – Tamil Short Stories [DVD]
Tamil Short Stories In Bharathanatyam ** Bharatanatyam Natyarangam (Narada Gana Sabha Trust) Presents Bharatham Kathai Kathaiyaam ** Concept and Choice of Stories: Sujatha Vijayaraghavan ** This DVD is a live recording of two of the performances on the occasion of the thematic dance festival Bharatham Kathai Kathaiyaam of Natyarangam, the dance wing of Narada Gana Sabha Trust, Chennai in August 2011. Twelve Tamil short stories by eminent authors, spread over the last eight decades, were performed at the festival. The stories represent a wide choice of themes, characters and styles and reaffirm the positive values of life and the underlying nobility of the human spirit. This was the first time that Tamil short stories were attempted in Bharathanatyam. Performed by solo and duo artists to the accompaniment of non verbal music, both vocal and instrumental, each modern short story was followed by a parallel story from the epics, puranas, legend and history, also presented in Bharathanatyam. ** Presented in Bharathanatyam By Sangeeta Isvaran: Anilgal -Tamil short story by Sivasankari and Krauncha Vadham – Story from Valmiki Ramayanam ** Presented in Bharathanatyam By Navia Natarajan: Asalum Nagalum -Tamil short story by Indira Parthasarathy, Dhruva Charitram and Story from Vishnu Puranam ** Anilgal is a modern short story on a woman's grief and anger over the mindless killing of squirrels by her neighbour, who takes the extreme step to protect the fruits of her guava trees. The parallel story of Krauncha Vadham from Valmiki Ramayana describes the anguish of sage Valmiki over the killing of one of a pair of birds during their love play. His anger bursts forth as a verse that leads him to compose the epic Ramayana. ** Asalum Nagalum is a modern short story about a little girl Usha, who prefers a living mother in flesh and blood, albeit a step mother, to a lifelike portrait of her real mother, who is no more. The parallel story of Dhruvan from Vishnu Puranam depicts the story of a young prince yearning for his father's affection. Thwarted by his step mother, he enters the forest where his prayers and penance to Vishnu elevate him to the status of a star in the firmament. ** Duration: 2 Hrs. 4 Mins.

Sumitra-Sunanda – Gita Mala – Vol-2
Ambujam Krishna's Songs** Sung by Sumitra Nitin and Sunanda Narayanan ** Music by Ananthalakshmi Sadagopan ** Tracks: 1. Sangita Devathe – Mayamalavagowlai – Adi 2. Kodhandapaani – Valaji – Rupakam 3. Varavenum – Simhendra Madhyamam – Rupakam 4. Minnal kodiyo – Ragamaligai – Adi 5. Ennai kaividal – Varamu – Adi 6. En Azhaganai – PurviKalyani – Adi 7. Kannan endradhume – Ragamaligai – Adi (Tisra Gathi) ** Duration: 43 Mins.

Vishakha Hari – Harikatha – Sabari Moksham [DVD]
Smt. Vishakha Hari, one of the leading and very popular Harikatha exponents, presents the moving and heart rendering story of Sabari, who attained salvation at the feet of Lord Rama through her profound and unflinching devotion towards the Lord. "Sabari Moksham" is a beautiful incident in the Ramayan that took place in the woods of the dandakaranya. Sabari, an orphan and a lonely tribal woman suddenly finds herself transformed and realises the cause of it. Mathanga Rishi along with his disciples has chosen the banks of river Pampa for his stay. Freed from rancour and greed Sabari desires to serve the sadhus and is blessed by them. Mathanga Rishi further blesses her with the Rama Nama, the tharaka mantra which is capable of bringing the Lord to her dwelling. She chants the Mantra incessantly and after very many years Lord Rama and Lakshmana visit Sabari's ashram. She welcomes them, offers them fruits with her loving heart and finally offers herself at the feet of the Lord and attains moksha, liberation like a yogini. Glory to the power of Rama Nama and glory to the grace of the Guru. Smt. Vishakha Hari is the daughter-in-law of Paranur Mahatma Sri Sri Krishna Premi swamigal, who is also her spiritual Guru and the disciple of Padma Bhushan awardee Sri. Lalgudi G. Jayaraman. She is an accomplished A-grade artist of All India Radio with number of honours to her name. She has been ably accompanied by Smt Padma Shankar on the violin and Sri Arjun Ganesh on the mridangam and Sri Trichy Murali on the ghatam. ** Tracks: 1. Kodandarama dashakam – Nattai, Mohanam, Nattaikurunji, sahana, madyamavathi – Sri KrishnaPremi 2. Shyamam – Panthuvarali verse from SriRamaKathamruthasaram – Sri KrishnaPremi 3. Appa Rama – Panthuvarali – Rupakam – Thyagaraja 4. Daro Jagganatha – Arabhi – Kanda nadai 5. Entha nerchina – Suddha Dhanyasi – Adi – Thyagaraja 6. Anathudanu – Jingla – Adi – Thyagaraja 7. Sa kadachith – Gadyam in Arabhi, Hindolam, Sindubhairavi – Sri KrishnaPremi Swami 8. Aadi Deva – Sindubhairavi – Adi – Annamacharya 9. Gurvashtakam – Reethigowlai – Sri KrishnaPremi swami 10. Ennapunniyam – Reethigowlai – Misra Chapu – Oothukadu Venkatakavi 11. Nanege – Behag – Kanda Chapu – Purandaradas 12. Koluvai – Bhairavi – Adi – Thyagaraja 13. Padavini – Salagabairavi – Adi – Thyagaraja 14. Pibare Rama – Yamunakalyani – Adi-Sadashiva Brahmendra 15. Nama Vaibhavam slokas 16. Vara Varuvai – Pauram in Kapi 17. Intha Soukhya – Kapi – Adi – Thyagaraja 18. Enthaninne – Mukhari – Rupakam – Thyagaraja ** Duration: 3 Hrs. 22 Mins.

Rudraksha Bead – 5 Faces [Chikna]
5 Faces Rudraksha Bead represents Lord Shiva, the symbol of auspiciousness. The wearer of this Rudraksha Face Mala gains health and peace. This monitors blood pressure and cardiac ailments. Five Mukhi Mala is also used for Japa. ** The size of this Rudraksha Bead is about 20 to 22 mm. This Rudraksha Bead is from Nepal. All of our Rudraksha Beads are Brown in Colour. ** The Faces of all our Rudraksha Beads are 100% Natural [Genuine]. We neither alter the Faces of any of our Rudrakshas nor sell any altered Faces of Rudraksha Beads. Rudraksha is Nature's gift to mankind.

Rudraksha Bead – 5 Faces [Special]
5 Faces Rudraksha Bead represents Lord Shiva, the symbol of auspiciousness. The wearer of this Rudraksha Face Mala gains health and peace. This monitors blood pressure and cardiac ailments. Five Mukhi Mala is also used for Japa. ** The size of this Rudraksha Bead is about 22 to 24 mm. This Rudraksha Bead is from Nepal. All of our Rudraksha Beads are Brown in Colour. ** The Faces of all our Rudraksha Beads are 100% Natural [Genuine]. We neither alter the Faces of any of our Rudrakshas nor sell any altered Faces of Rudraksha Beads. Rudraksha is Nature's gift to mankind.

Pavithram – Guru Keerthanam
Nama Keerthanam, Om Namo Narayana, Bhajare Manasa, Mam Paahi Guro, Iniyagilum Maname, Ninaindhu Ninaindhu, Sharada Peeta Nilayam, En Manathuthithavane, Navasala Puri, Alli Alli, Sadguru Premikam, Vizhi Kidaikuma, Shirdi Maaje, Om Gurunatha and Nimmadhi Adainthen. Recited by Kadayanallur K. S. Rajagopal Bhagavathar.

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Sripada Pinakapani – Shatha Vasantham [3 CDs]
Celebrating 100 glorious years of a living legend (Live Concert at Shanmukhananda1984) – Sangita Kalanidhi Dr.SRIPADA PINAKAPANI ** Sangita Kalanidhi Dr. Sripada Pinakapani is one of the foremost Carnatic musicians from Andhra Pradesh, a living legend who is completing 100 glorious years in August 2012. This product is a fitting tribute to this centenarian whose mesmerizing style of singing, filled with beauty of Gamakas and Anusvaras gives every listener a wholesome experience. His unique talent in bringing out the Raga bhava and essence in every aspect of music, be it Manodharma Sangeetham or in the rendition of compositions is noteworthy. Blessed with a vibrant voice, his style is a rare combination of weight and suppleness, power and grace, all at once. He is hailed as the singing doctor of Andhra who dedicated his entire life to the cause of music. He is an outstanding musician of the highest integrity, and one of the best teachers in the world of Carnatic music. ** This product is a live concert performed by the maestro at Shanmukhananda, Bombay. He is accompanied on the violin by Sangita Kalanidhi Sri M.Chandrasekaran and on the Mridangam by Sangita Kalanidhi Sri Palghat Raghu, doyens in their own right, who contribute immensely in making this concert a very memorable one! ** Tracks: 1. Intha Chalamu (Varnam) Begada Adi Veena Kuppayyar 2. Lambodhara Kambhoji Rupakam Mysore Vasudevachar 3. Dhit Thalangu Panthuvarali Adi Pulliyur Doraiswamy Iyer 4. Sogasu juda Kannadagaula Rupakam Thyagaraja 5. Adigi sukhamu Madhyamavati Misra Chapu Thyagaraja 6. Mathim Dehi Kalyani Adi Vanamamalai Jeeyar 7. Viruttam Ragamalika 8. Srungarintsukoni Suruti Adi Thyagaraja 9. Narayanathe namo Nadanamakriya Adi Annamacharya 10. Tillana Dhanasri Adi Swathi Tirunal 11. Mangalam

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Tell Me Why – Vol-6 [DVD]
There's no doubt that our children are our future and it's our responsibility as parents to give them the best possible learning experience we can. But who says learning has to be boring? This animated DVD makes learning facts about health, geography, science and general knowledge, easy and fun. Created and compiled by psychologists and experts in the field of child rearing and education. It ensures that your child grasps the fundamental principles of how things work in an easy-to-understand format. ** Let your child join professor Turtle and his friends as they embark on many 'Tell me why' adventure: 1. Why We Should Eat Vegetables? 2. Why Does It Pain When I Cut Myself? 3. Why Do You Blush? 4. Why Do Tears Have A Salty Taste? 5. Why Do Birds Build Nests? 6. Why Do Teeth Fall? 7. Why Do Trees Have Roots? 8. Why Humans Don't Have Tails? 9. Why Do People Say "Bless You" When You Sneeze? 10. Why Are Eggs Oval? and many more … ** Language: English ** Format: NTSC

Tell Me Why – Vol-5 [DVD]
There's no doubt that our children are our future and it's our responsibility as parents to give them the best possible learning experience we can. But who says learning has to be boring? This animated DVD makes learning facts about health, geography, science and general knowledge, easy and fun. Created and compiled by psychologists and experts in the field of child rearing and education. It ensures that your child grasps the fundamental principles of how things work in an easy-to-understand format. ** Let your child join professor Turtle and his friends as they embark on many 'Tell me why' adventure: 1. Why Do People Speak With Different Accents? 2. Why Do I Have To Go To School? 3. Why Do Balls Bounce? 4. Why Should We Not Waste Water? 5. Why Is Milk White In Colour? 6. Why Do Babies Sleep So Much? 7. Why Do Mermaids Have Tails? 8. Why Do We Have Nails? 9. Why Do We Use Dictionaries? 10. Why do We Put Up Christmas Trees During Christmas? and many more … ** Language: English ** Format: NTSC

Vedanta Spiritual Library

Subala Upanishad
Subrahmanya Bhujangam
Subrahmanya Dandakam
Subrahmanya Gadyam
Subrahmanya Karavalambam
Subrahmanya Kavacham
Subrahmanya Pancharatnam
Subrahmanya Shodasa Nama
Subrahmanya Stotras
Sudarshana Ashtakam
Sudhamayi
Sugnamule Cheppu Kondi
Suka Rahasya Upanishad
Sundara Kanda – Hanuman's Odyssey
Sundara Kanda Pasuram
Sundara Kandam
Sundara Murthi Mukhya Prana
Sundari Nannitharilo Joochi
Sundari Nee Divya Roopamanu
Sundari Niinu Varnimpa
Surya Ashtakam
Surya Mandala Ashtakam
Surya Upanishad
Suryarya Stotram
Svarupanusandhanashtakam
Svetasvatara Upanishad
Swagatham Krishna
Swami Vivekananda
Swaminatha Shadpathi
Swarna Mala Sthuthi
Swathi Thirunal
Swayamvara Parvathi Stotram
Swethambharim Vaanim Asraye
Taittiriya Upanishad
Tamil Krithis – Other
Tara Ashtakam
Tara Sara Upanishad
Tarakka Bhindigena
Tattva Bodha
Tejo Bindu Upanishad
Telugu Krithis – Other
Thamarai Pootha Thadagamadi
Thamra Lochani Latangi
Thana Meedhane Cheppu Kovale
Thandai Thai Irundal
Thandanana Ahi Thandhanana
Tharpanam – Iyengars
Tharpanam – Iyers
Thasala Melara Saketha Rama
Thaye Tripurasundari
Thaye Yasoda
Theeratha Vilayattu Pillai
Therathiyakka Ratha Naloni
Theruvathu Yeppo Nenje
Thillai Thalam Yendru Cholla
Thillai Thillai Yendraal
Thiru Vilakku Stotram
Thiruchendur Chendhiladhipan Thirupalliyezhuchi
Thirukkural
Thirumantiram
Thiruppalliyezhuchi
Thiruppavai
Thiruvadi Darisanam
Thiruvadi Sharanam
Thiruvasagam
Thiruvempavai
Thodakashtakam
Thulasi
Thulasi Ji Ki Aarthi
Thulasi Kavacham
Thulasi Stotram
Thulasi Stotram [Tamil]
Thyagaraja
Thyagaraja Ashtakam
Tri Sloki Gita
Trilokya Mangala Vishnu Kavacham
Trilokya Mangalam Surya Kavacham
Trilokya Mohana Nrusimha Kavacham
Tripadvibhuti Mahanarayana Upanishad
Tripura Sundari Aparadha Kshamapana Sthava
Tripura Sundari Ashtakam
Tripura Sundari Pratha Smaranam
Tripura Sundari Sannidhya Sthavam
Tripura Sundari Sthava
Tripura Sundari Suprabatham
Tripura Sundari Veda Sara Sthavam
Tripura Tapini Upanishad
Tripura Thilakam
Tripura Upanishad
Trisikhi Brahmana Upanishad
Tulasi Aarati
Turiyatita Avadhuta Upanishad
Uma Maheswara Stotra
Unadu Adiye Gathi Endru
Unathu Thiruvadi
Undethi Ramuduookadu
Unnai Allal
Unnai Thavira Veru Illai
Unnaye Mayyal Konden Valli
Upadesa Sahasri
Upakarma Prayoga – Sama Veda [2012]
Upanishads
Upanishads – Atharva Veda
Upanishads – Introduction
Upanishads – Krishna Yajur Veda
Upanishads – Other
Upanishads – Rig Veda
Upanishads – Sama Veda
Upanishads – Shukla Yajur Veda
Uttara Gita
Vaageswari Stavam
Vaak Suktam
Vaani Stotram
Vaarai Rukmani Yen Mugathai Parai
Vaasthu Manthras
Vaathapi Ganapathim Bhaje
Vadana Dyuthi Jitha Soma
Vadavarayai Mathakki
Vaidyanatha Ashtakam
Vaidyanatha Namaskaram
Vainatheya Vaahanam Bhajeham
Vairagya Panchakam
Vajrasuchika Upanishad
Vakya Sudha
Vakya Vritti
Valla Kathanaka Sita Vallabha
Vamana Stotram
Vandathuvum Ponathuvum
Vandeham Gandhavaha Sutham
Vandeham Vandeham
Vandhe Matharam Yenbom
Vanthathellaam Varattum
Vara Lakshmi Vrutha Song
Vara Mangalashtakam
Vara Veena Mrudu Pani
Varadaraja Pahi Maam
Varadaraja Panchakam
Varaha Kavacham
Varaha Upanishad
Varahi Anugrahashtakam
Varahi Nigrahashtakam
Varanana Mukhava Varuvai
Varava Kodu
Varuga Varugave
Varum Varum Nalangida
Varuvai Varuvai Varuvai Kanna
Varuvaro Varam Tharuvaro
Vasudeva Krutha Krishna Stotram
Vasudeva Sthuthi
Vasudeva Upanishad
Vatapi Ganapathiye
Vazhi Maraithirukkuthe
Veda Sara Shiva Sthavam
Vedanta – Future Religion
Vedanta Books – Other
Vedanta Books – Summary
Vedanta Literature and Spiritual Books
Vedanta Paribhasha [Summary]
Vedanta Sara
Vedas and Vedic Hymns
Vedic Marriage Ceremony
Veera Hanuman Kavacham
Vega Sethu Stotram
Velan Varuvanadi
Velanai Vara Solladi
Velavane Unai Thedi
Velayudhane Shanmugane
Venkatachala Nilayam
Venkatesa Ashtakam
Venkatesa Charana Stotra
Venkatesa Karavalmba
Venkatesa Mangala Stotram
Venkatesa Stotra
Venkatesa Stotram
Venkatesa Suprabhatam
Venkateswara Vajrakavacha Stotram
Venkatramana Un Thiruvilayadalai
Venu Gopala
Vidhi – Vedic Injunctions
Vidhulaku Mrokketha Sangeetha
Vigna Rajam Bhaje
Vijaya Lakshmi Stotram
Vijayambike
Vijnana Nauka
Vinayaga Sapthakam
Vinayagar Agaval
Vinayaka Kavacham [Tamil]
Vinayaka Ninnu
Vipareeth Pratyangira Stotra
Vishamakkara Kannan
Vishnu Bhujanga Stotram
Vishnu Chalisa
Vishnu Maya Sthuthi
Vishnu Panjara Stotram
Vishnu Sahasra Namam
Vishnu Satha Nama Stotram
Vishnu Shodasa Nama Stotram
Vishnu Sthava Raja
Vishnu Stotras
Vishnu Suktam
Viswanatha Ashtakam
Viswanatha Suprabathashtakam
Viswaroopa Nava Ratna Anjaneya Mala
Vivekachudamani
Vivekachudamani [Summary]
Vrindavana Ashtakam
Vrunda Devi Ashtaka
Wedding Songs
Who Am I
Yaadhumaagi Nindraai Kali
Yagna Varaha Murthi Sthuthi
Yajnavalkya Upanishad
Yaksha Prasna
Yamuna Ashtakam [1]
Yamuna Ashtakam [2]
Yantroddharaka Stotra
Yaradi Indha
Yare Ranganna
Yarenna Chonnalum
Yaro Ivar Yaro
Ye Dhavanura Nila Kada Neeku
Ye Paniko Jaminchithi Nani
Ye Vara Maduguthura Rama
Yeda Vunnara
Yedayya Gathi Enakku
Yedho Theriyamal
Yemi Chesina Nemi
Yen Indha Thamadham Meenakshi
Yen Mana Thamarai
Yen Palli Kondeer Ayya
Yen Prana Rajare
Yendraikku Siva Krupai
Yengal Sambandi
Yenneramum
Yenthundi Vedalathivo
Yeppadi Thaan Yennullam
Yeppo Varuvaro
Yesuvai Pol Oru
Yethanai Kodi Inbam Vaithay Iraiva
Yoga Chudamani Upanishad
Yoga Kundalini Upanishad
Yoga Lakshmi Narasimha Suprabatham
Yoga Sikha Upanishad
Yoga Tattva Upanishad
Yudhishtra Krutham Durga Stotram