#Life history of Sri Raghavendra,
#Sri Raghavendra Stotra,
#Sri Raghavendra Ashtotra,
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Om Shri Raghavendraya Namah||
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Shri Raghavendra Swamy (1595-1671 AD) was a famous saint in southern India.
He was a philosopher, author and ardent proponent of Sri Madhvacharya’s dvaita (dualism) philosophy. He has written numerous philosophical books in Sanskrit and at least one song in Kannada. He was also an expert Veena (a string instrument) player. He is known for his many miracles during and after his lifetime. Some of his miracles and interactions with contemporary kings and British governors have been recorded in some of the government gazettes.
He is one of the only two dvaita saints who entered specially built enclosed stone structures (called Vrundavana) in deep yogic meditation while still alive (the other being Shri Vadiraja Swamy). As Sri Raghavendra Swamy entered the Vrundavana, one of his devotees - Appanna Acharya composed a poem in praise of the saint.
This poem in Sanskrit is known as Sri Raghavendra Stotra (prayer) and is recited everyday by his devotees and followers in many parts of the world.
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Shree Raghavendra Swamy
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Stotra is one type of hymn addressed to devotion. The app from Hindu dharmik collection is skillfully conceived, with excellent features..
* Mark the Stotram as favorite, read, and unread.
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* Multiple language support:- Available in Hindi/Gujarati/English
"SSangrah" comes pre-loaded with a collection of the following stotras:
1. Shrii Ganapati stototra tra
2. Ekdanta Ganesha stotram
3. Mahaganapati Stotram
4. Shri Vishno shatanama stotram
5. Indra Rachit krushna stotra
6. Shri Ramaraksha stotra
8. Shri Shivapanychakshara Stotram
9. Shiva Raksha Stotram
10. Shiva Stotram Himalayakrut
11. Maha Mrutyunyjaya Stotram
12. Maruti Stotra
13. Sankatamochan Hanuman Stotra
14. Ashtalakshmii Stotram
15. Kanak Dhara Stotra
16. Dhanalakshmii stotram
18. Devakrut lakshmii stotram
19. Shrii sarasvatii stotram
20. Shrii niil sarasvatii stotram
21. Shri Gayatr Stotram
22. Shrii Durga Stotram
23. Argala Stotram
24. Kiilaka Stotram
27. Kamakshii Stotram
28. Annapuurna Stotra
29. Bhagavatii stotra
30. Shri Garbha Rakshaambika Stotram
31. Shri Bagalamukhii Stotram
33. Dattatreya Stotra
34. Shrii tulasii stotram
35. Navagraha Stotra
36. Navagrahapiidahara Stotram
37. Soma Stotram
38. Manggala Stotram
39. Budha Stotram
40. Bruhaspati Stotram
41. Shri Guru Stotram
42. Shukra Stotram
43. Shanaishchara Stotram
44. Rahu Stotramn
45. Ketu Stotramn
47. Aadityahrudaya Stotram
48 Angarak stotra
49. Ruunmocham Mangal Stotra
It is said that when Trivikrama Panditacharya presented his work, Sri Madhva insisted that the work should not be dedicated to his praise alone and instantly composed the Nakha Stuti and instructed that it be chanted before and after the Vayu Stuti.
The Vayu Stuti comprises 41 paras. It is usual practice to chant the Vayu Stuti by starting and ending it with the Narasimha Nakha Stuti, a short two-para composition by Sri Madhva in praise of Lord Narasimha.
Hence, it is appropriate to call Vayu Stuthi as 'Sri Hari Vayu Stuthi'.
The app contains:
1. Brief account of the Parayana procedures
2. Introduction of Sri Hari Vayu Stuthi along with complete text and audio of the shlokas in Devanagari, English and Kannada
3. Meaning of each of the shlokas in English
4. Phala Shruthi of each verse
Various authors have composed other praises of Vayu, and they appear in the form as Anu Vayu Stuthi, Khila Vayu Stuti, Laghu Vayu Stuthi - It has been included in the application for completeness.
The following stotras are now available in this light weight app
1. Ganesha pancharatnam
2. GaNAdhipa pancharatnam
3. sankashtanashana gaNEsha stOtram
4. shrI gaNEsha kavacham
6. minakshi pancharatnam
7. lalitAsahasranama stOtram
8. shrIlalitAtrishati stOtram
9. dEvi aparadha kshamApana stOtram
10. kali sahasranama stotram
11. bhavani ashTakam
12. shrI rAjarAjeshwari aShTakam
13. tripurasundari aShTakam
14. saundarya lahari (soundarya lahari)
15. nArAyaNi stuti
16. gAyatrI stOtram
17. gayatri ashTakam
18. annapoorna stotram
19. shArada pancharatna stotram
20. saraswati stOtram
21. shAradAbhujanaga prayatashtakam
22. ashtalakshmi stotram
23. kanakadhAra stotram
24. lakshmi ashTottara shatanama stOtram
26. mahishasura mardini stotram
27. durga apaduddharaka stotram
28. bhaja govindam
29. vEnkatesha suprabhatam
30. vishnu sahasranama stotram
31. shrI haristotram
32. lakshmi nrusimha pancharatnam
33. lakshmi nrusimha karuNArasa stOtram
34. nrusimha pancamruta stotram
35. lakshmi narasimha mantra raja patha stotram
36. narasimha stuti
37. dvAdasha jyotirlinga stotram
38. shiva panchakshara stotram
39. ardhanArishwara stotram
40. mArgabandhu stotram
41. mahAmrutyunjaya stotram
42. shivatandava stotram
43. shiva sahasranama stotram
44. umamaheshwara stotram
52. shiva mAnasa pooja
53. ahalyakruta rama stotram
55. rAmaprAta smaraNa stOtra
56. nAma rAmAyaNa
57. rAmachandra mangalam
58. rAma mangalam
59. vAsudEvabhidana stotra
60. dvadashanama panjara stotram
61. bala mukundashtakam
66. dashavatara stotram
67. yantrOddharaka hanumat stotram
68. hanuman chalisa (hanuman chaleesa)
69. Aditya kavacham
70. Aditya hrudayam
71. sUrya kavacha
72. surya mandalashtakam
74. dattatreya stotram
75. prajnA vivardhana kartikeya stotra
76. subrahmanya stotram
77. subramanya bhujangam
78. hariharasutAshtakam (ayyappa)
79. dakshina murtyashtakam
80. dakshina murthy stOtram
81. panchayudha stotram
83. navagraha stOtram
84. angaraka stotram
85. shani ashtottaranama stotram
86. shani kavacham
87. kaupina panchakam (kaupeena panchakam)
93. sayinatha mahima stotram
94. raghavendra gurustotram
95. prAtah smarana stotram
96. nadi stotram
97. ekashloki stotras
98. dhyana shlokas
102. amarakosha (basic)
103. sankhya kaipidi (general knowledge)
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annapurna guru raghavendra sai baba aditya angaraka uma ardhanarishwara
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