This application has been created with great intent to bring "stotras" to. With great engineering we have made an application which suffice to both of your phone or tablet. With over 200 stotras we have introduced something pretty amazing. This application does not use any type of server to get the stotras making the application 5 times faster. Everything will be on hand.
"With great engineering, comes great results". theinvisibleforce team has created your life easier. We have created a bookmark option. Even if you leave the application it will be left exactly where you are. This application also serves Google AdMob and TapGage Ads. Ads will show up at the home screen as well as within the application, within the application an advertise will popup the first time, simply click on the "x" at the top right hand corner if you're not interested.
Tags: Abhilashashtakam, Achyuthashtakam, Adhithya Ashtakam, Adhithya Dwadasa Nama, Adithya Hrudayam, Adithya Kavacham, Ahalya Krutha Ram, Ananda Theertha Krutha Gangashtakam, Anathma Vigarhanam, Anjaneya, Annapurnashtakam, Apad Udharaka Hanumath, Arya Navakam, Aswatha Vruksha, Athma Nivasa Rama, Athma Panchakam, Badhra Suktam, Bala Mukundashtakam, Bhagawan Manasa Pooja, Bhagwatcharana, Bhaja Gaureesam, Bharata Savithri, Bhavani Bhujangam, Bhavnyastakam, Bheeshma Stuti, Bhoo Suktham, Budha Kavacham, Budha Pancha Vimsathi Nama, Chamakam, Chandra Kavacham, Charpata Panjarika, Chathur Vyooha, Chathusloki Bhagawatham, Chidambarashtakam, Chidambareswara, Dakshina Lakshmi, Daridrya Dahana Shiva, Dasa Hara Ganga, Dasavathara Bhujanga, Datta Kshamapana, Devaki Sthuthi, Devi Argala Stuti, Devi Mahathmya Ashtakam, Dhanya Ashtakam, Dheena Bandhu Ashtakam, Durga Kavacham, Durga Suktam, Dwadasha Panjarika, Dwitheeya Kunja Vihari Ashtakam, Eka Mukha Hanumath Kavacha, Ekadasa Mukha Hanumath Kavacham, Ganapathi Sthavam, Ganashtakam, Ganesa Shodasa, Ganga Sthavam, Gopala Ashtakam, Govind Damodar Madhaveti, Govindashtakam, Guha Panchakam, Guru Kavacham, Guru Maruth Puradheesam, Guruvayupuresa Suprabatham, Hanuman Chalisa, Hanumath Bhujanga Prayata, Hanumath Mangalashtakam, Hanumath Pancha Rathnam, Hanumath Sthuthi I&II, Hanumath, Hari Nama Keerthanam, Hari Nama Mala, Haryashtakam, Indra Sthuthi, Jambunathashtakam, Kaivalyashtakam, Kalidasa Krutha Gangashtakam, Kamala Pathyashtakam, Kanaka Dhara, Kaupeena Panchakam, Kethu Kavacham, Kurma, Linga Ashtakam, Madhava Sthuthi, Madhurastakam, Mahalakshmi Ashtakam, Mahishasura Mardini, Mangala Gitam, Mangala Kavacham, Mangalashtakam, Mangalya Sthavam, Mantra Pushpam, Maya Panchakam, Medha Suktham, Mukunda Mukthavali, Nandakumarashtam, Narayana Jaya, Narayana Suktham, Natho Upadesa , Nava Graha Peeda Hara, Nava Graha, Nila Suktham, Nirvana Manjari, Nirvana Shatakam, Nyasa Dasaka, Palayachyutha, Pancha Mukha Hanumath, Pandurangashtakam, Parameshwara, Pasupathyashtakam, Pasupathyashtakam, Pavamana Suktham, Pradosha Mahima, Pratha Smarana Rama, Pratha Smarana, Purusha Suktham, Puthra Prapthiashtakam, Radha Kavacham, Rahu Kavacham, Ram Raksha , Rama Mangalasasanam, Rama Sthava Raja, Ramapathyashtakam, Ramashtakam, Ramchandra Mangalam, Rudhrashtakam, Runa Mochana Mangala, Sadashivashtakam, Sadhana Panchakam, Sanaischara Sthava Raja, Sanaischarashtakam, Sangushta Nasana Vishnu, Sani Vajra Panjarika Kavacham, Sankara's Dasa Sloki, Sankata Nasana Ganesa, Saptha Mukha Hanumath Kavacham, Saraswati Suktam, Shaala Suktham, Shadanana Ashtakam, Shankara Krutha Gangashtakam, Shankarashtakam, Shatru Vasya Maruthi Manthra, Shiva Mahimna, Shiva Mangalshtakam, Shiva Panchanana, Shiva Raksha, Shiva Shadakshara, Shivaramashtakam, Shivashtakam, Angaraka, Brihaspathi, Chandra, Dakshinamurthy, Durga Aarti, Gopala, Hari, Kethu, Krishna Dwadasa Nama, Krishna Mangalam, Krishnashtakam, Matsya, Parasurama, Ram Bhujangam, Ramchandra Suti, Ranganatha, Ranganathashtakam, Shree Suktam, Venkatesa Karavalmba, Venkatesa Mangalam, and many more
More than 75 God Stotra in one app
Baglamukhi Mata Stotras:
Bagla Ashtottarshatnaam Stotra
Bagla Digbandhanraksha Stotra
Ashta Laxmi Stotra
Devkrat Laxmi Stotra
Laxmi Ashtottarashat Namavali Stotra
Laxmi Sahasranaam Stotra
Bhavani Ashtakam Stotra
Mahishasur Mardini Stotra
Garbha Argala Stotra
Siddha Kunjika Stotra
Laghu Annapoorna Stotra
Namami Narayan Stotra
Nil Saraswati Stotra
Radha and Krishna Stotra:
Radha Naam Mahatmya Stotra
Vasudev Krut Shri Krishna Stotra
Indrakrut Shri Krishna Stotra
Gopal Sahasranaam Stotra
Ganesh Namashtakam Stotra
Ganesh Dwadashnaam Stotra
Sankatnaash Ganesh Stotra
Ram and Hanuman Stotra:
Shree Maruti Stotra
Hanuman Stavan Stotra
Sankatmochan Hanuman Stotra
Shiv Pratahasmaran Stotra
Shiv Panchakshar Stotra
Shiva Shadakshara Stotra
Maha Mritunjay Stotra
Himalayakrutam Shiv Stotram Stotra
Shiv Panchakshara Stotra
Shiv Raksha Stotra
Shiv Tandav Stotra
Sudarshan Chakra Stotra
Aditya Hridaya Stotra
Shree Sukta Stotra
Batuk Bhairav Stotra
Kartikeya Pragyavivardhan Stotra
Shri Lalita Sahasranaam Stotra
Dakshina Murthy Stotra
This collection contains 18 Aarties, 6 Chalisas and 5 Mantras - all organised into a simple booklet.
** Please note that this is a booklet with text only - there is no audio/video in this app **
** If you want more content then please purchase the full version that contains 43 Aarties, 18 Chalisas and 22 Mantras. **
Aaarties are classified into subgroups of Gods, Goddesses, Saptvar (weekday), festive, scripture and other.
God aarties contain aarties for gods - Balaji, Ganesh, Gauri Namdan and Hanuman.
Goddess aarties contain aarties for goddesses - Ambe, Annapoorna Devi, Chintpurni Devi and Durga.
Saptvaar aarties contain aarties for Ravivar and Somvar.
Festive aarties contain aarties for Ahoi Mata, Satya Narayan and Shivratri.
Scripture aarties contain aarties for Bhagwat and Ramayan.
Under Other Aarties there are aarties for Bhairav, Charon Dham and Gau-Mata.
The section for Chalisas contain following 6 chalisas:
Bhairav Chalisa, Durga Chalisa, Ganesh Chalisa, Ganga Chalisa, Gayatri Chalisa and Hanuman Chalisa.
The Mantras section contains the following 5 mantras:
Brahama Mantra, Durga Mantra, Ganesh Mantra, Gayatri Mantra and Guru Mantra.
** You must be able to read hindi in order to use this version **
Navigation - The app uses an easy to use list type navigation in conjunction with the device back button.
This is a stand-alone app, once installed - does not need internet connection to read the collection.
Any discrepancy, error or concern can be notified via email to email@example.com.
This app has complete text with description and audio.
> Full audio is available on the main menu.
> Currently, the script is available in Devanagari (Sanskrit/Hindi/Marathi), English and Kannada languages.
> Change the language using the Setting menu.
> Night mode and zoom options are available.
> Pronunciation guide for English is available.
> Meaning in English
Script in more languages
Suggestions and feedback are welcome at firstname.lastname@example.org
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.
1. Hanuman chaleesa
2. Anjaneya Dandakam
8. Shiva panchaakshari stotram
9. Dvaadasha jyothirlinga stotram
10. Ashtalakshmi stotram
11. Sri venkateshwara stotram
12. Sri Venkateshwara Suprabhatam
13. Mahishaasura mardhini stotram
14. Mahalakshmi ashtakam
15. Saraswathi stuthi
16. Govinda naamalu
18. Nitya puja vidhaanam
19. Annapurna Stotram
20. Navagraha Stotram
22. Sai chaleesa
23. Mantra Pushpam
26. Lalitha sahasranaamam
27. Vishnu sahasranaamam
28. Aditya hrudayam
29. Aaditya kavacham
30. Sree Sooktham
Unlike other telugu apps which uses telugu images, this app uses pure telugu font and telugu characters.
This is my first android app. Please post comments so that I improvise this app. More slokas and stotras will be added in future versions. Trying to embed audio also in the upcoming versions.
The app contains two options:
1. Increase or decrease text size.
2. Theme (background) Selection.
The following stotras are now available in this light weight app
1. Ganesha pancharatnam
2. sankashta nAshana ganesha stOtram
4. lalitAsahasranama stOtram
5. shrIlalitAtrishati stOtram
6. saundarya lahari (soundarya lahari)
7. gAyatrI stOtram
8. saraswati stOtram
9. shAradAbhujanaga prayatashtakam
10. ashtalakshmi stotram
11. kanakadhAra stotram
12. lakshmi nrusimha karuNArasa stOtram
13. lakshmi nrusimha pancharatnam
15. mahishasura mardini stotram
16. bhaja gOvindam
17. venkatesha suprabhatam
18. vishnu sahasranama stotram
20. dvadasha jyotirlinga stotram
22. shivananda lahari
23. shiva panchakshara mantra stOtra
25. ahalya kRuta ramastOtram
26. nAma rAmAyaNa
27. rAmachandra mangalam
29. rAmaprAta smaraNa stOtra
30. bala mukundashtakam
31. dashAvatAra stOtra
34. vAsudEvabhidana stotra
35. hanuman chalisa (hanuman chaleesa)
36. Aditya hrudayam
37. Aditya kavacham
38. sUrya kavacha
39. prajnA vivardhana kartikeya stotra
40. subramanya bhujangam
41. hariharasutAshtakam (ayyappa)
42. dakshina murtyashtakam
43. dakshina murthy stOtram
44. navagraha stOtram
48. kaupina panchakam (kaupeena panchakam)
52. dhyana shlokas
53. nitya prarthana shlokas
54. pratah smarana stotram
Mail me if you need any other stotras along with these...
* pinch-to-zoom support for all stotras
* white text on black background to save battery & less stress to read
* Readable in both landscape & portrait mode
* Offline usable, light, free & no Ads or popups
* Saves last opened stotra (if home button used to exit)
Tags : Kannada Shiva Vishnu Brahma Lakshmi shankara shankaracharya venkatesha rama krishna lalita hanuman govinda ayyappa dakshinamurthy narasimha linga
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