Hymns, Chants, and Poetry in Hinduism
Siva Mahimna Stotram or Hymn on the greatness of Shiva is grand in conception, sublime in diction, and uplifting in its influence. This booklet provides the Devanagari text (but not English transliteration), followed by word-for-word meanings in English, and overall English translation of each verse. Translation and explanations by Swami Pavitrananda.
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One thousand epithets of Lord Shiva in verse form. In the beginning is the meditation (dhyanam) on Shiva. Also included at the end are the verses on Shiva Manasa puja (mental worship of lord Shiva). The booklet presents the text in Devanagari script only (no transliteration or English translation).More info →
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Hymns to Sri Ramakrishna and Sri Sarada Devi composed by Swamis Abhedananda, Virajananda, and others; also Stotraratna and Gopigitam. Devanagari text, transliteration and English translation.More info →
An octad to the Divine Mother Tripurasundari composed by Shankaracharya. The booklet provides Devanagari text (but no transliteration), and English translation of each verse followed by explanatory notes on important points. The significance of the name Tripurasundari is explained in the introduction. Translation and explanations by S. Kameswar.More info →