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MP3 files of Several Vedic Hymns and Upanishads

The audio files in the website links present you the Knowledge as discovered by the vEdic R^iShis (Seers). shruti (right intonation) is extremely important for the recitation of the vEda. Please do not attempt to learn the mantras from the audio without the guidance of a qualified guru, since a mantra by definition should only be recited according to the right shruti. However, feel free to learn the stotras as they are not bound by shruti. The vEda mantras have been passed down orally for more than 6000 years without any change, either in their intonation or the content. The vEdas are the basis for the world's oldest and continuous civilization arising out of bhAratavarSha (India).

vEda dhvani (Sound of the vEda ) gives peace of mind when listened with reverence and renders the mind fit for contemplation. Please listen to these very sacred mantras with a clean body and a pure mind to enhance your spiritual progress.

Scripts and MP3 files of Several Vedic Hymns and Upanishads of Sri Vaishnavis

Prapatti Online is a humble initiative to present stotra malas adorned with pearls of bhakti , brought to the surface of the ocean of Sri Vaishnavism, by our azhwars and acharyas.

vEda dhvani (Sound of the vEda ) gives peace of mind when listened with reverence and renders the mind fit for contemplation. Please listen to these very sacred mantras with a clean body and a pure mind to enhance your spiritual progress.

Stotranidhi.com is a great resource for Shanmata slokalu, poojalu, vrataalu in various languages (including Telugu). Must Visit site

Great resources and inspiration to my current efforts

Vaidika Vignanam- Collection of Spiritual and Devotional Literature in Various Indian Languages including Telugu. Another Great Resource

Great resources and inspiration to my current efforts
Scholarly Musings Shelf - Enlighten Self

A great Resource for various Pravachanams by Brahmasri Samvedam Shanmukh Sarma garu, Sri Chaganti Koteswara Rao Garu, Sri Tridandi China Jeeyar Swamy, Sri Tridandi Peda Jeeyar Swamy and more than 100 other great orators. A very userful site.

A great Resource for various stotrams sorted by Author. diety, source etc

Great resources and inspiration to my current efforts
This organization aims to Explore, Experiment and Express through research and publications and Enlighten the people

Rushipeetham' means 'Bharatha Bhumi', the land of seers and sages. Ages ago, wise seers of yore perceived the knowledge that could not be grasped by senses, through their power of penance. They brought forth the secular and spiritual knowledge, wishing the universal well-being and happiness. The hidden eternal values, the latent knowledge, unknown pearls of wisdom ought to be searched, channelized and to be manifested by assimilating India's greatness.

"Rushipeetham" came into being, shouldering this Herculean task, accepting it as a humble duty and responsibility towards that cultural renaissance. Rushipeetham, is the brain child of the renowned poet, a literary luminary, a reputed scholar and philosopher Bramhasri Samavedam Shanmukha Sharma. The strong feelings of Godly devotion and patriotism in him found expression as Rushipeetham, the voice that echoes the eternal values of "Indianness"...........

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A must visit website for all sanatha darma followers

Shri Kanchi Kamakoti Peetham was established by Sri Adi Sankara in the year 482 B.C. (see About and History) and has the distinction of an unbroken line of 70 Acharyas (spiritual leaders).

More than 2500 years ago, an avalanche of heretic and non-Vedic sects, with horrible religious practices threatened to wipe away the ancient Veda-Dharma. In the Bhagavad Geeta, Lord Krishna has told Arjuna that, whenever there arises danger to Dharma, He (Krishna) will incarnate in this world to eradicate adharma and re-establish Dharma. In consonance with his words, the Lord has made partial incarnations during the course of the present Kali Age. And such an incarnation is the partial incarnation of Siva as Sankara Bhagavatpada, which happened some twenty-five centuries ago, on the prayer of celestials to Lord Siva to redeem Bharata-desa from the clutches of non-Vedic heretic sects. Several sources of authentic information lead to the conclusion that Sri Adi Sankara was born at Kaladi on the fifth day of the bright fortnight of the Vaisaka month of the cyclic year Nandana in cyclic year Nandana - Kali 2593 corresponding to 509 B.C.

Sri Sankara Bhagavadpadacharya was one of the greatest philosophers and spiritualists of the world. He was a discerning dialectician, a consummate commentator and celebrated poet. His miraculous achievements, within a short span of life of thirty-two years, speak of his super-human aspect. Sages and scholars, who have shone through the centuries after his time, have regarded Him as an incarnation of the Divine. Many a thinker and many a scholar of different climes and times has been attracted by the philosophic discipline of Advaita (Monism) effectively propagated by Sankara. Even modern thinkers and scholars have paid eulogistic tributes to Sankara's genius.

Another must visit website for all sanatha darma followers

Another great website with compilation of Sanskrit Documents displayed in Devanagari, other Indian language scripts, and IAST transliteration format. rning Sanskrit.

They have also compiled long lists of Sanskrit documents available elsewhere, bookstores, Veda Pathashala, hundreds of scanned books, and audio files on the internet.  Sites such as Complete Narayaneeyam, Surasa.net, SETU, Uma sahasram, Purana Index, and giirvaani, translations of Sanskrit Classics, are hosted here.