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Sloka

Posted on: October 28, 2011

Sloka

Sloka is a term derived from Sanskrit. Sloka is a verse, phrase, proverb or hymn
of praise dedicated to the God. Shlokas are usually composed in a specific
meter. Sloka is a verse of two lines, each of sixteen syllables.

Sloka
usually forms the part of Hindu prayers. Shloka can also be attributed to
specific Gods and Goddesses.

What is Sloka
Sloka is a powerful
prayer which conveys the dignity and the omnipotence of God. Sanskrit Shlokas
describe God in different forms and their celestial powers. People, who
sincerely recite these verses and invoke the God mentally, attain a steady and
peaceful mind.

Shloka forms the part of ”Stotras” which are dedicated
to Gods as prayers. Slokas are the primary verses from Mahabharata and Ramayana,
the great epics of Indian Mythology. In

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