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Parvati Sloka

Goddess Parvati is the divine consort of Lord Shiva, the
destroyer. Gauri represents virtue, fertility, marital felicity, asceticism and
power, as per the Hindu mythology. Parvati is worshipped by women of all ages
and is considered as an auspicious goddess. Slokas on Hindu goddess Parvati form
the part of prayers offered to the goddess. Parvati Slokas / Shlokas are as
follows:
“Sarva Mangala Maangalye, Shive Sarvaartha
Saadhike

Sharanye Tryambake Gaurii, Naaraayanii Namostute”
Meaning: Goddess Parvati is the auspiciousness of all
that is auspicious. She is the consort of Lord Shiva, who grants every desire of
one’s heart. I adore such Devi Parvati, who loves all her children. I bow to the
great mother, who has given refuge to me.
“Maata Cha Paarvati Devi, Pitaa Devo Maheshvara

Baandhavah Shiva Bhaktaacha, Svadesho Bhuvanatrayam”

Meaning: Goddess Parvati is the mother and the divine
father is Shiva. The devotees are the children. The world is the creation of
these divine beings and we live on the land of such celestial beings.
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Krishna Sloka

Lord Krishna is one of the most popular and worshipped deities
among the Hindus. Krishna represents knowledge, wisdom, beauty and opulence.
Shri Krishna is the very embodiment of love and divine ecstasy that destroys all
pain and offense. Sloka on Krishna forms the part of prayers offered to the
lord. Here is a list of Krishna Slokas / Shlokas:
“Vasudeva Sutam Devam, Kansa Chaanuuramardanam

Devakii Paramaanandam Krishhnam Vande Jagad Gurum”

Meaning: Krishna is the Supreme Lord, Son of Devaki
(Sister of Kansa) and Vasudeva. He is the slayer of Kansa and Chanur. I bow to
such great lord and may god bless me with his grace always.
“Aakaashaath Patitam Toyam, Yathaa Gachchhati Saagaramh

Sarvadeva Namaskaaraanh, Keshavam Pratigachchhati”

Meaning: Lord Krishna is great. Just as every rain drop
that falls from the sky flows into the Ocean, in the same way every prayer
offered to any deity flows to Lord Krishna. I bow to such great Lord
Krishna.

Holy Bath Sloka

Bathing is a time when people take a shower to shed the physical
impurities and dirt of their body. Following is the Shloka/ Sloka for a Holy
Bath, which can be recited while taking a bath.
“Ganga Cha Yamuna Chaiva Godavari
Saraswati,

Narmada Sindhu Kaveri Jalesmin Sannidhim Kuru”
Meaning: The literal meaning of this mantra is: “In this
water, I invoke the presence of divine waters from the rivers Ganga, Yamuna,
Godavari, Saraswati, Narmada, Sindhu and Kaveri. These rivers are considered as
goddesses and I pray to them for considering me for their blessings.

Significance: God has given us a beautiful life to live and has
created this beautiful world. There are massive rivers and oceans in it. Many
rivers like, Ganga, Yamuna, Saraswati etc have their own significance. Taking
bath in these rivers is considered auspicious. So, reciting this Sloka with a
sincere heart brings you the benefit of taking bath in these rivers.

Ganesh Sloka

Lord Ganesha is the one of the most popular gods of the Hindu
Religion. Ganesh is known as the eradicator of obstacles and god of beginnings.
Lord Ganesha is considered as the first god to be worshipped. Slokas on Lord
Ganesha form the part of prayers offered to the lord. Here is a collection of
Ganesha Shlokas:
“Shuklaambara Dharam Vishnum, Shashi Varnam Chatur
Bhujam

Prasanna Vadanam Dhyaayet, Sarva Vighna Upashaanthaye”
Meaning: Lord Ganesha always dressed in white represents
purity. He is omnipresent with gray complexion like that of ash glowing with
spiritual splendor. The Lord with bright countenance has four arms. I meditate
on the God who can destroy all obstacles whether material or
spiritual.
“Vakratunda Mahakaaya, Suryakoti
Samaprabha

Nirvighnam Kuru Mey Deva, Sarva Kaaryeshu Sarvada”
Meaning: Lord Ganesha has a curved trunk with a powerful
body. He has the brilliance of a million suns. May the Lord, remove all the
problems from the actions I aim to achieve.
“Ekadantam Mahaakaayan, Taptakaajnchanasannibhamh

Lambodaram Vishaalaaxam, Vandeaham Gananaayakamh”

Meaning: Obeisance to Lord Ganesha, the one tusked,
huge-bodied, big-bellied, and large-eyed God, whose complexion is like that of
molten gold. I surrender myself to such great lord.
“Srikantho Mathulo Yasya, Jananee Sarva
Mangalaa

Janakaha Sankaro Devaha, Tam Vande’ Kunjaraananam”
Meaning: The lord, for whom Lord Vishnu is the Uncle,
whose mother is the divine auspicious one, Parvati and whose father is Lord
Shiva. I offer salutations to Sri Ganesha, the Omkara.
“Prasanna Vinaayakam Devam, Perivana Pura Samsthitham

Sarva Vigna Haram Nithyam, Vandhe Sri Kunjaraananam”

Meaning: The Lord Sri Prasanna Vinaayaka, who lives in
his Temple of Pearland; one who removes all obstacles of all his devotees at all
times; one who has the Omkara face of the elephant. I pray to the divine
Ganesha.
“Agajaanana Padmaarkam, Gajaananam
Aharnisham

Anekadantham Bhaktaanaam, Ekadantam Upaasmahey”
Meaning: Lord Ganesha, the elephant faced is like sun to
the lotus face of Mother Parvati. The single tusked Ganesha is the giver of
boons. I salute the great lord to grant us a boon.
“Ganaanaam Twam Ganapathi Gam Havaamahe
Kavim
Kaveenaam Upamasra Vastamam

Jyeshta Raajam Brahmanaam
Brahmanaspatha

Aanashrunvanna Oothibhi Seedha Saadanam”
Meaning: The Lord of spiritual faith, son of Lord Shiva,
is the wisest among the wise. Ganesha has no comparison. He is the senior Lord
of the Vedic mantras, who listens to the devotee’s prayers. I invite Lord
Ganesha to visit my home with prosperous things and be seated here.

Early Morning Sloka

Early Morning is considered as the best time to worship God.
Early morning is also known as “Brahma Mahurat” in the Hindu Mythology. It is
regarded that prayers made at this time reach directly to the God. Early Morning
Shloka (Sloka) is given here which also serves as the first prayer of the day to
the almighty.
Karaagre Vasate Lakshmi Karamadhye
Sarasvati,

Karamuule Tu Govinda Prabhaate Karadarshanam,

Samudravasane Devi Parvatastanamandale,
Vishhnupatni
Namastubhyam Paadasparsham Kshamasva Me

Meaning: The front part of the hands (the finger tips) is
credited to Goddess Lakshmi, the Goddess of wealth. The middle part or palm is
credited to Goddess Saraswati, the Goddess of learning and the root (the part of
hand near the wrist) to Govinda. So, every morning, one should have a reverent
look at one’s hand which represents sincere labor.

I bow to Mother Earth,
who has mountains and jungles on her body and whose clothing is made by the
ocean. The wife of Lord Vishnu, please pardon me for touching you with my feet.

It is considered propitious to start the day with this sincere prayer.

Durga Sloka

Durga symbolizes the power of the Supreme Being that maintains
moral order and justice in the universe. Durga is also known as “Shakti”.
Worship of the goddess Shakti is very popular among the Hindu people. Durga
stands for the unified symbol of all divine forces; Strength, Morality, Power,
Protector. Slokas on Goddess Durga form the part of prayers offered to the
goddess. Durga (Devi) Shlokas / Slokas are as follows:
“Yaa Devii Sarvabhuuteshhu Maatrirupena
Sansthitah

Yaa Devii Sarvabhuuteshhu Shaktirupena Sansthitah

Yaa Devii Sarvabhuuteshhu Shaantirupena Sansthitah

Namastasyaih Namastasyaih Namastasyaih Namo Namah”

Meaning: Goddess Durga is omnipresent. She is the
personification of Universal Mother. She is a Mother, who is present everywhere
and who is embodiment of power and energy. Great mother, who is present
everywhere and who is embodiment of Peace. I bow to that mother, I bow to Durga,
I bow to Shakti.
Durga (Devi) Stuti
“Yaa Devii Sarva Bhooteshu Vishnu Maayethi Sabdita

Namastasyai Namastasyai Namastasyai Namo Namaha”

Meaning: I bow again and again to the Goddess, who dwells
in all creatures in the name of Maya of Vishnu.
“Yaa Devii Sarva Bhooteshu Chetanetyaabhi Dheeyate

Namastasyai Namastasyai Namastasyai Namo Namaha”

Meaning: I bow again and again to the Devi, who abides in
all creatures as realization.
“Yaa Devii Sarva Bhooteshu Buddhi Roopena Samsthita

Namastasyai Namastasyai Namastasyai Namo Namaha”

Meaning: I bow again and again to the Goddess, who dwells
in all creatures in the form of intelligence.
“Yaa Devii Sarva Bhooteshu Nidraa Roopena Samsthita

Namastasyai Namastasyai Namastasyai Namo Namaha”

Meaning: I bow again and again to the Devi, who lives in
all creatures in the form of sleep.
“Yaa Devii Sarva Bhooteshu Kshudhaa Roopena
Samsthita

Namastasyai Namastasyai Namastasyai Namo Namaha”
Meaning: I bow again and again to the Goddess, who dwells
in all creatures in the form of appetite.
“Yaa Devii Sarva Bhooteshu Chaayaa Roopena
Samsthita

Namastasyai Namastasyai Namastasyai Namo Namaha”
Meaning: I bow again and again to the Goddess, who lives
in all creatures in the form of meditation and reflection.
“Yaa Devii Sarva Bhooteshu Shakthi Roopena
Samsthita

Namastasyai Namastasyai Namastasyai Namo Namaha”
Meaning: I bow again and again to the Devi, who dwells in
all creatures in the form of Shakti, the creative power.
“Yaa Devii Sarva Bhooteshu Thrishnaa Roopena Samsthita

Namastasyai Namastasyai Namastasyai Namo Namaha”

Meaning: I bow again and again to the Goddess, who dwells
in all creatures in the form of thirst.
“Yaa Devii Sarva Bhooteshu Kshaanthi Roopena
Samsthita

Namastasyai Namastasyai Namastasyai Namo Namaha”
Meaning: I bow again and again to the Devi, who lives in
all creatures in the merciful form.
“Yaa Devii Sarva Bhooteshu Jaati Roopena
Samsthita

Namastasyai Namastasyai Namastasyai Namo Namaha”
Meaning: I bow again and again to the Goddess, who dwells
in all creatures in the form of race.
“Yaa Devii Sarva Bhooteshu Lajja Roopena
Samsthita

Namastasyai Namastasyai Namastasyai Namo Namaha”
Meaning: I bow again and again to the Devi, who lives in
all creatures in the modest form.
“Yaa Devii Sarva Bhooteshu Shaanthi Roopena
Samsthita

Namastasyai Namastasyai Namastasyai Namo Namaha”
Meaning: I bow again and again to the Goddess, who dwells
in all creatures in the form of peace (Shanti).
“Yaa Devii Sarva Bhooteshu Shradha Roopena
Samsthita

Namastasyai Namastasyai Namastasyai Namo Namaha”
Meaning: I bow again and again to the Goddess, who lives
in all creatures in the form of unshakable faith (Shraddha).
“Yaa Devii Sarva Bhooteshu Kaanthi Roopena Samsthita

Namastasyai Namastasyai Namastasyai Namo Namaha”
Meaning: I bow again and again to the Goddess, who lives
in all creatures in the form of beauty or brilliance (Kaanti).
“Yaa Devii Sarva Bhooteshu Lakshmi Roopena
Samsthita

Namastasyai Namastasyai Namastasyai Namo Namaha”
Meaning: I bow again and again to the Goddess, who dwells
in all creatures in the prosperous form.
“Yaa Devii Sarva Bhooteshu Vritti Roopena
Samsthita

Namastasyai Namastasyai Namastasyai Namo Namaha”
Meaning: I bow again and again to the Devi, who dwells in
all creatures in the form of motion.
“Yaa Devii Sarva Bhooteshu Smrithi Roopena
Samsthita

Namastasyai Namastasyai Namastasyai Namo
Namaha”
Meaning: I bow again and again to the Goddess, who lives
in all creatures in the form of memory.
“Yaa Devii Sarva Bhooteshu Dayaa Roopena
Samsthita

Namastasyai Namastasyai Namastasyai Namo
Namaha”
Meaning: I bow again and again to the Devi, who dwells in
all creatures in the form of mercy or kindness (Dayaa).
“Yaa Devii Sarva Bhooteshu Tushti Roopena Samsthita

Namastasyai Namastasyai Namastasyai Namo Namaha”

Meaning: I bow again and again to the Goddess, who lives
in all creatures in the form of satisfaction.
“Yaa Devii Sarva Bhooteshu Matru Roopena
Samsthita

Namastasyai Namastasyai Namastasyai Namo Namaha”
Meaning: I bow again and again to the Devi, who lives in
all creatures in the form of Mother.
“Yaa Devii Sarva Bhooteshu Braanthi Roopena
Samsthita

Namastasyai Namastasyai Namastasyai Namo
Namaha”
Meaning: I bow again and again to the Goddess, who dwells
in all creatures in the form of illusion (Bhram).
“Indriyaanaamadhistaatri Bhootaanaam Chaakileshu
Yaa

Bhooteshu Satatam Tasyai Vyaaptidevyai Namo Namaha”
Meaning: I bow again and again to the all pervading
goddess, who continuously controls the senses of all creatures and governs all
elements.
“Chiti Roopena Yaa Kristnam Yetadhyaapya Sthithaa Jagat

Namastasyai Namastasyai Namastasyai Namo Namaha”

Meaning: I bow again and again to the Goddess, who
pervades this world and controls in the form of awareness.

Bhagavad Gita Slokas

Slokas are verses in the praise of God. Shlokas from Bhagwad
Gita are renowned for their massive power. Gita Slokas bring the idea of
spirituality to our mind. Slokas of Bhagavad Gita can be recited in order to get
the peace of mind. Daily chant of these slokas, with their meanings kept in the
mind, makes the person aware about the fact of material world and the celestial
world. Gita Slokas tell about the eternal divine world which is pure and serene.
These slokas make the person realize the purpose, for what he/she has come in
this world.

Following are some of the Slokas from Bhagavad Gita with
their meanings:

“Cancalam Hi Manah Krsna Pramathi Balavaddrdham

Tasyaham Nigraham Manye Vayoriva Suduskaram”

This Sloka states that the Individual self is the traveler in
the chariot of the material body and the intelligence is the driver. Mind is the
driving instrument and the senses are the horses. Thus, the self is the enjoyer
or sufferer in the relationship of the mind and senses.
“Balam Balavatam Caham
Kamaragavivarjitam

Dharmaviruddho Bhutesu Kamo’smi Bharatarsabha”
The Sloka says that God is detached and passionless strength of
the dominant and the virtuous craving in men.
Ye Caiva Sattvika Bhava Rajasastamasasca Ye
Matta
Everti Tanviddhi Na Tvaham Tesu Temayi
This Shloka tells that God is the only source of all good
(satva), obsessive (rajas) and dark (tamas) elements still, they are not within
the God nor the deity is within them.
“Tribhirgunamayairbhavairebhih Sarvamidam
Jagat

Mohitam Nabhijanati Mamebhyah Paramavyayam”
This Sloka states that the whole world is engrossed in the three
elements of Satva, Raja, and Tama .This is the reason, people don’t recognize
the Eternal God who is beyond them.
“Daivi Hyesa Gunamayi Mama Maya Duratyaya
Mameva
Ye Prapadyante Mayametam Taranti Te”
The Shloka states that the celestial maya of God with its
threefold attributes is very complex. Yet, those who worship God are able to
conquer it.
“Na Mam Duskrtino Mudhah Prapadyante Naradhamah

Mayayapahrtajnana Asuram Bhavamasritah”

This Shloka says that people who are attracted by maya of God
lose their mind. They get fascinated by the baser impulses and stop worshipping
God. These people are stupid and evil who don’t even understand that all these
things are part of the web created by the Almighty.
“Caturvidha Bhajante Mam Janah Sukrtino’rjuna
Arto
Jijnasurartharthi Jnani Ca Bharatarsabha”
This Sloka says that there are four kinds of good people who
worship god, those who desire earthly gains, those who are suffering, those who
seek knowledge and those who possess wisdom.
“Tesam Jnani Nityayukta Ekabhaktirvisisyate
Priyo
Hi Jnanino’tyarthamaham Sa Ca Mama Priyah”
This Shloka tells that out of the devotees, there are some wise
people who want something in return and the people who don’t expect any fruit in
return of the worship. God loves the people who don’t expect anything in return
as their love towards the god is true.
“Udarah Sarva Evaite, Jnani Tvatmaiva Me
Matam

Asthitah Sa Hi Yuktatma Mamevanuttamam Gatim”
This Sloka states that all those who worship God are
commendable. But the outstanding devotees, who worship God with the single
motive to merge in the God, are the true devotees who have achieved the highest
aim of life.


  • Narasimhaye: If you are able to talk to your or sister and your girl cousins, you will be able to speak to any girl you like. Don't be shy. Try to be confident in
  • arjun: sir please help me I cannot talk to any girl I'm not frank and I am very afraid of doing things I think what the world will think I don't have confide
  • Narasimhaye: I meant do Puja , not pika sorry.