★ A beautiful collection of Lord Shiva good quality wallpaper, which changes itself during the use of the app.
★ Set the image as wallpaper to simply click on the image.
★ Image Switching by default set for 5 seconds, if change it then taps on showing 5 digits with light-green color.
★ 3 Different audio tracks(1.Shri Rudrashtakam - Male Version, 2.Shri Rudrashtakam - Female Version, 3.Om Chants ).
★ Tap on the song's title for the song's lyrics.
★ Song's lyrics into Hindi & English language with meaning.
★ Change lyrics language from settings button -> music settings.
★ Set the current tracks as a Phone Ringtone, Alarm tone, Contact ringtone, and Notification tone to simply click on the image.
★ Repeat Stotram for ∞, 11, 21, 28, 51, 108 times from the settings button - music settings.
★ Continuous update on the present count/repetition of Stotram with showing current & total time of selected Stotram.
★ Background sounds(Rain sound, Shruti sound).
★ No gaps between looping.
★ Smooth transitions & full of animations.
★ You can use a bell, shankh, handbell & aarti lamp.
★ You can use marigold, leaf of wood apple, red lotus, dahaliya, sunflower & white lotus garland (Foolon Ka Haar).
★ You can minimize the app easily by minimizing the button.
★ Stop/Previous/Play/Pause/Next options available for audio.
★ Notification feature available.
★ The app can be moved to SD Card from device settings.
The Shri Rudrashtakam (Sanskrit: श्री रुद्राष्टकम् ) is a Sanskrit composition in the devotion of Rudra, composed by the Hindu Bhakti poet Tulsidas (Sanskrit: तुलसीदास). Tulsidas composed this eulogy in the late fifteenth century in Uttar Pradesh in India and created many other literary pieces including the magnum opus Ram Charit Manas.
The devotional hymn "Rudrashtakam" appears in the Uttara Kand of the celebrated Ram Charit Manas, where Lomash Rishi composed the hymn to propitiate Lord Shiva. His main purpose was to set his pupil free from the curse of Shiva. He succeeded and asked also a second boon (devotion for himself). His pupil would be the bird ' Kaga-Bhusundi' in the next life, a devotee of Shri Rama and an excellent teller of the life story of Shri Rama.
The Ashtakam is in reverence to Rudra, though the context pertains to the Shiva, the post-Vedic transformation of Rudra. It is arguable that the distinction between Rudra and Shiva was already lost by the time of Tulsidas.
The Rudrashtakam is lucid and simple in style and plays an instrumental role in the Shaiva traditions.
विभुं व्यापकं ब्रह्मवेदस्वरूपम् ।
निजं निर्गुणं निर्विकल्पं निरीहं
चिदाकाशमाकाशवासं भजेऽहम् ॥१॥
Vibhum Vyaapakam Brahma-Veda-Svaroopam ।
Nijam Nirgunam Nirvikalpam Nireeham
Chidaakaasham-Aakaasha-Vaasam Bhajeham ॥1॥
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