Salient features are :-
- Temple bell sound when devotees touches bell.
- Shankanaad sound on touching Shankha.
- Flower offering
- Auto Diya Movement for Aarti
- Agarbati for offering prayer
- Curtain Movement to reveal lord Hanuman
• Pancha Bootha – temples that represent manifestation of Lord Siva in five elements of nature namely land, water, sky, fire and air.
• Pancha Sabhai – temples where Lord Siva has performed cosmic dancing
• Ashta Veeratta – temples representing furious forms of Lord Siva. These are the places where the Lord has either killed the demons or conquered other Gods.
• Saptha Vidangam – temples that represent various types of dancing of Lord Siva.
• Aathara Sthalangal – temples representing the chakras of the body
• Paadal Petra Sthalangal – Among the 63 Nayanmars(great devotees) of Lord Shiva, Thirugnana Sambandar, Thirunavukkarasar and Sundaramoorthy have sung about the Lord in their magnificent work – Thevaram which is a collection of songs on Lord Siva. In total there are 275 temples that have been praised in Thevaram and summary details about these temples place wise is provided.
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Om Namah Shivaya is known as the great redeeming mantra. Om Namah Shivay is a very powerful mantra. It has been said about this mantra that if this mantra vibrates continually in your heart, then you have no need to perform austerities, to meditate, or to practice yoga.
To repeat this mantra you need no rituals or ceremonies, nor must you repeat it at an auspicious time or in a particular place." This mantra is free of all restrictions. It can be repeated by anyone, young or old, rich or poor and no matter what state a person is in, it will purify him.
This app includes a Virtual Diya and Damru for prayer, also includes option to change Lord Shiv Images, Shivlings etc.
Shivji is one of the trinity of gods in Hinduism, known as the Trimurthi. The three main gods are Vishnu, Brahma and Shivji. These gods represent, respectively, creation, maintenance and destruction. Shivji is also known as Shiva. The "ji" is added to the end of the name to designate respect. There are innumerable manifestations of Shivji. These forms arose at different stages in Indian history, and now form the mythology surrounding Lord Shiva.
Shiva is the god of the yogis, self-controlled and celibate, while at the same time a lover of his spouse (shakti). While of course many hindu deities are associated with different paths of yoga and meditation, in Shiva the art of meditation takes its most absolute form. In meditation, not only mind is stopped, everything is dropped. In deep meditation or samadhi, even the object of the meditation (like a mantra) is transformed into its formless essence, which is the essence of everything and everyone. Thus Shiva stands for letting go of everything in the world of forms. The path of Lord Shiva is the path of the ascetic yogi.
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It means "I bow to Shiva." Shiva is the supreme reality, the inner Self. It is the name given to consciousness that dwells in all. Shiva is the name of your true identity- your self.
The mantra Om Namah Shivaya (or Aum) is very powerful soothing vibration for self healing, meditation and peace of mind.
This is "Om Namah Shivaya" Dhun continuous play let you meditate and help you soothe sleep.
This mantra used to worship Lord Shiva.
Chanting of Lord Shiva mantra (MP3 format).Internet is not required
This is a mantra from Lord Shiva Upanishad. One may always use it before beginning a journey, a new course in school, new career or job, or before entering into any new contract or business so that impediments are removed and your endeavor may be crowned with success.
OM NAMAH SHIVAYA
Aum Tryambakam Yajamahe
Sugandhim Pushti-vardhanam |
Urva - rukamiva Bandhanan
Mrtyor - muksheeya Maamritat ||
We worship The Three-Eyed Lord Shiva who is naturally fragrant, immensely merciful and who is the Protector of the devotees. Worshipping him may we be liberated from death for the sake of immortality just as the ripe cucumber easily separates itself from the binding stalk i.e. “By your Grace, Let me be in the state of salvation (Moksha) and be saved from the clutches of fearful death and calamities”.
--Method for attaining great and rare results from this Mantra:
Although even one round (ONE MALA-108 Mantra) of Maha Mrityunjaya Mantra starts giving the desired results, but it is said that with the 41 days practice of 125000 Maha Mrityunjaya Mantra with faith and VIDHI the devotee (sadhaka) surely gets the Result.
What is Rudram ? :-
- Shri Rudram is a Hindu stotra dedicated to Rudra (an epithet of Shiva).
- Shri Rudram is a vedic hymn taken from Taittiriya Samhita (TS 4.5) of YajurVeda.
- Shri Rudram is also known as Sri Rudraprasna, Satarudriya, and Rudradhyaya.
- Shri Rudram (Namakam) describes the name or epithets of Rudra, which represent his aspects.
- Shri Rudram is of two parts, Namakam and Chamakam. Each consist of eleven anuvakas or hymns. Traditionally Rudra is assigned the number 11, and among the 33 deities of the Vedic pantheon, 11 are considered forms of Rudra.
- As per the Jabala Upanishad, recitation of the Satarudriya (Rudram) will lead to immortality. (this belief was claimed during the first few centuries of CE)
- The anuvakas (Chapters) of Shri Rudram correspond to the eleven hymns of Taittiriya Samhita (TS 4.5), where, the final anuvaka extended by an additional eight verses including the ' Mahamrityunjaya ' Mantra.
- The Mahamrityunjaya Mantra - ' great death-conquering mantra ', also called the Tryambakam Mantra, is a verse of the Rigveda (RV 7.59.12).
- Chanting the Rudram is said to be of great benefit. The Rudram chanting can be done with or without the accompaniment of a Vedic yagna ritual. When accompanied with the Vedic fire ritual, it is called the Rudra Yagnam.
Who can Recite Rudram and how ? :-
** " camakaṁ namakaṁ caiva pauruṣasūktaṁ tathaiva ca nityaṁ trayaṁ prayuñjāno brahmaloke mahīyate " **
Meaning -- He whoever recites Namakam and Chamakam along with Purusa Sooktam on a daily basis, will be honoured in Brahmaloka.
- To begin with , it is recommended to start learning Rudram from a Guru, since, it is supposedly the traditional way of learning any Vedic Hymns or Stotras.
- Rudram, unlike other Slokas or Mantras, has great significance, when its notations are recited in the appropriate pitch. The notation for marking the syllables for chanting is generally known as the swara notation, signifying the pitch variation applicable to the vowel in the syllable.
The following are the most common notations used:
1) Unmarked letters are - ' udaata ' (no change in the pitch)
2) If you see a horizontal line below a letter, you have to drop the pitch – ' anudaata '
3) If you see a vertical line above a letter, you have to raise the pitch – ' swarita '.
4) If you see a double vertical line above a letter, you to raise and the pitch and stretch it –' deergha swarita '.
5) In specific instances the swara of the previous letter is carried till the next occurring anudata or till the end of that pada or mantra - ' Prachaya '
Flexi Features of Rudram App :-
1) The ' Sanskrit ' and ' English ' hymns (with notation), on every page is individually scrollable, that would match with the audio from the page, for reference and practising.
2) For moving between pages quickly, use the ' Trisul ' pointer and drag.
3) Rudram to play continuously, use the ' Auto Play ' toggle from the Option Menu.
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It is a deep dive into the world of devotees, with the largest and most official catalog of temples data.
Karnataka Temples is the best rated Android temples app and that lets you:-
# Get everything OFFLINE.
# Identify temples info like location details, best way to reach, place of interest etc.
# Search for temples.
# More features/ideas shall be AVAILABLE soon and on request and are welcome.
Flexibility of the App:
DON'T remember name and DON'T type a word to search for the temple:-
Just "Touch" on the alphabeticals on the right hand side of the main screen, we will search for you and take you to that temple !
** We are on our way in providing more info **
** We will wake you up with a devotional ♫ Music ♫ soon. **
-> Google map and few more features shall be seen in the coming version.
CHANGE SONG, DO ABHISHEK (HONEY,MILK,WATER), ROTATING DEEP AARTHI,FLOWER SHOWER, 3 GARLANDS, SHANK SOUND. The HIGHLIGHTS!!
• Big Bronze bell – Yes! – the bell sounds when it is touched.
• “ABHISHEK” – YES! THERE ARE 3 OPTIONS (HONEY, MILK AND WATER), JUST TOUCH YOUR OPTION AND WATCH THE ABHISHEK FLOW OVER “LORD SHIVA”!
• Garland – Yes! – There are 3 different Garlands to choose from and a beautiful Rudraksh garland with gold beads too, for special days.
• Aarthi with hand bell sound – Yes!!
• Flower shower – Beautiful shower of flowers with a single touch!!
• Shankhnaad (Conch sound) – Yes! A calming Shankh sound at a touch.
• The option to CHOOSE MUSIC FROM YOUR PLAYLIST. Now you can play any song in the background, so you can have it in your own mother tongue.
• HIGH QUALITY “LORD SHIVA WALLPAPERS”!!
The maha mrityunjaya mantra also called the Tryambakam Mantra, is a verse of the Rigveda.
The mantra reads
aum tryambakaṃ yajāmahe sugandhiṃ puṣṭi-vardhanam
urvārukam iva bandhanān mṛtyor mukṣīya māmṛtāt
This great mantra dedicated to Rudra as Mrityunjaya is found in the Rig Veda. It is called the Maha Mrityunjaya mantra, the Great Death-Conquering mantra.
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.
Legend has it that Lord Shiva appeared before his devotee Markandeya (who was destined to die at the age of sixteen) and stopped his aging process a few days before he was supposed to turn sixteen. Thus, death would never be able to claim him! Hence, this mantra is also referred to as the Markandeya mantra in classical hindu studies.
The mantra should ideally be repeated 108 times, twice daily, at dawn and at dusk.
- Mantra text in Hindi and English
- Meaning and Interpretation of the Mantra
- High quality Audio
- Auto-Repeat feature to play Mantra 11, 21, 51 or 108 times
- Ability to switch to Slideshow mode
- Ability to change Font size as per your requirements
- Application can be moved to SD card.
This is a Virtual Temple Mobile Application of Hindu Deities where you can Pooja/Worship for your inner peace and loved ones. It features Virtual Aaarti Puja for Lord Shiva, Shri Ganesha, Jai Hanuman, Shri Krishna & Radha, Shirdi Sai Baba, Shreenathji, Tirupati Balaji, Maa Saraswati, Sherawali Mata Durga and Lord Rama. This application are specially for those who don't have time for daily Aarti at home. Just simply start the application, play Aarti and listen to meditation music in the background, you can also play with virtual Bell and Diya. By listening to this soft and soothing music you will be able to heal your stress and will have peaceful mind.
This app includes a button at the bottom with an image on it by pressing on it you can change the images of Hindu Deities. You can also ON/OFF background music. Worship your deity and feel close to your god.
1. Shivji is one of the trinity of gods in Hinduism, known as the Trimurthi. The three main gods are Vishnu, Brahma and Shivji. These gods represent, respectively, creation, maintenance and destruction. Shivji is also known as Shiva. The "ji" is added to the end of the name to designate respect.
2. Lord Ganesha is a very popular god of Hindus. Hindu tradition states that Ganesha is a god of wisdom, success, knowledge and good luck. Also, intellect and eradicator of obstacles. He is also giver of different types of favours.
3. Hanuman is one of the many deities of the Hindu tradition. He is regarded as the monkey-general of a mythic monkey kingdom, known as Kiskindha. In Hindu tradition, Hanuman is most commonly known for his role in the Ramayana a Sanskrit epic featuring the characters of Rama, Sita, Hanuman, and Laksmana, character of the Ramayana epic.
4. Shri Krishna is the soul of Radha and Radha is definitely the soul of Shri Krishna. The relationship of Radha and Krishna is the embodiment of love, passion and devotion. Radha's passion for Krishna symbolizes the soul's intense longing and willingness for the ultimate unification with God.
5. Shirdi Sai Baba, also known as Sai Baba of Shirdi, was an Indian guru, yogi and fakir who is regarded by his Hindu and Muslim followers as a saint. Some of his Hindu devotees believe that he was an incarnation of Shiva or Dattatreya.
6. Saraswati is the Goddess of Knowledge, arts, of beauty, music and truth symbolized by a beautiful woman with four hands, riding on a white swan among water lilies to tell humanity that science is like a beautiful woman. Her hands hold a palm leaf.
7. The story of ShreeNathji is the amazing history of His worship, travels and lilas. ShreeNathji's manifestation and the subsequent developments were originally revealed by Shri Gokulnathji, the grandson of Shri Mahaprabhuji Vallabhacharya who appeared in India in the year 1479 on exactly the same day that ShreeNathji’s face appeared from hill.
8. Considered one of the most sacred temples in India, the Tirumala Tirupati Sri Venkateswara Temple is situated in the town of Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh. Also known as the Tirupati Balaji Temple, it has become a focal point of contemporary religion in India, and is dedicated to Sri Venkateswara who is the presiding deity and also known by the name of Lord Balaji, Lord Srinivasa, or Seshadri. He is an incarnation of Lord Vishnu, the Preserver of the Universe.
9. Maa (Mother) Durga symbolizes the power of the Supreme Being that maintains moral order and righteousness in the universe. Worship of the goddess Shakti is very popular among the Hindus. Durga stands for the unified symbol of all divine forces (Shaktis).
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Temples of India
Meenakshi Temple - Madurai
Golden Temple - Amritsar
Sai Baba - Shirdi
Vaishno Devi Temple
Tirumala Venkateswara - Tirupati
Shravana Belgola - Hassan
Chennakesava temple - Belur
Murugan Temple - Palani
Sun Temple - Konark
Lotus Temple - New Delhi
Akshardham Temple - New Delhi
Jagannath Temple - Puri
Sree Padmanabhaswamy temple - Thiruvananthapuram
Badrinarayan Temple - Badrinath
Dwarkadhish Temple - Dwarka
Siddhivinayak Temple - Mumbai
Dilwara Temples - Mount Abu
Khajuraho Temple - Bundelkhand
Kailashnath temple - Kancheepuram
Mahabalipuram temple- Mahabalipuram
Sri Rangam temple - Tiruchirapalli
Somnath Temple - Veraval, Gujarat
Kashi Vishwanath Temple - Varanasi
Brihadeshwara Temple - Thanjavur, Tamil Nadu
Ambaji Temple - Gujarata
Kaila Devi Temple, Rajasthan
Kalighat Temple, Kolkata
Kamakhya Devi, Guwahati
Karni Mata Temple, Deshnoke
Ma Vaishno Devi Temple, Bhawan
Mahalakshmi Temple, Mumbai
Mansa Devi Temple, Chandigarh
Radha Raman Mandir, Vrindavan
Ram Mandir, Ayodhya
Rani Sati Dadi Temple, Jhunjhunu
Salasar Balaji Temple, Salasar
Sankat Mochan Temple, Varanasi
Sharda Devi Temple, Satna
Shree-Krishna Temple, Guruvayur
Shyam Baba Temple, Khatushyamji
Srinathji Temple, Nathdwara
Thakurji Banke Bihari, Vrindavan
Vitthala Temple, Pandharpur
Shani Shingnapur Temple