Is a collection/ sangrah of hymn, prayers, stories, fast and mantra written over centuries by famous saints in praise of Gods/Godesses/ Ishwar/ Prabu. By reciting these prayers one can redeem himself in situations of utmost distress. Regular recitation of these prayers helps one become an ardent follower of his/her deity. These poems have been mentioned in various Ved and Puranas for the power they possess which in turn proves how effective they are.
Through this app one can get easy access to all these prayers in one place. It is said one who recites these prayers with a pure heart and devotion will be successful in every aspect of life.
What do we offer?
Chalisa: - comes from chalis (Forty) and contains forty verses, these Verses have proven to be a very dynamic tool in the worship of god. It helps you find Spirituality in your inner self. Some examples are Hanuman Chalisa, Durga Maa Chalisa, Kali Maa Chalisa.
Aarti: - is a part of pooja, in which diyas (Lamps) are lit from wicks soaked in ghee and offered to gods. It generates a sense of spirituality in the devotee and helps him face any difficulty. Some examples are Vishnu Aarti (Om jai Jagdish Hare), Sai Aarti.
Katha: - is a style of religious storytelling, it is recited on auspicious ocassions like Diwali. Included is the Karva chauth Katha, Diwali Katha/ Diwali Pujan/ Laxmi Pujan vidhi, Ahoi Ashtami Katha and Satyanarayan Katha.
Kavach: - means armour, and protects from negative spirits or souls and bad planetary influences. It protects one from dangers of all kinds, ex. Kali Kavach, Shani Kavach.
Stotra: - is a Sanskrit word that means ode, it is a prayer and consists a poetic structure. It is an expression of praise or devotion to a deity.
Vandana: - is an important Hindu mantra that is recited for higher knowledge, spirituality and wisdom, for example is Saraswati Vandana.
Vrat Vidhi: - is a Sanskrit word that means vow and refers to pious observances such as fasting. This is accompanied with prayers seeking health and happiness for your loved ones, for ex. Diwali Vidhi, Karva Chauth Vidhi, Ahoi Ashtami Vidhi.
Ashtak: - comes from Sanskrit word asht, meaning "eight". It refers to a form of poetry, written in eight stanzas. Hanuman Ashtak is one of the most recited ashtak.
Baan: - means arrow, and here the arrow is in the form of a mantra, ex. Bajrang Baan.
Mantra: - is a sacred utterance group of words in Sanskrit. They possess spiritual powers. Mantra from Durga Saptashati and Gayatri Mantra are the one that are most recited.
This Application Offers Aarti sangrah, Katha, Mantra, Stotra, kavach and Chalisa sangrah of following Maa/ Dev/ Bhagwan:
1) Durga Maa Chalisa, Durga Maa Aarti, Mantra, Stotra
2) Shri Krishna Chalisa, Krishna Aarti, Maha Mantra
3) Shri Radha
4) Kali Maa Chalisa, Kali Maa Aarti
5) Hanuman Chalisa, Hanuman Ashtak, Mantra, Bajrang Baan
6) Ram Stuti, Ram Aarti
7) Parvati/ Gauri
8) Annapurna Maa
10) Tulsi (Kartik Maas Pooja)
12) Shitla Mata
14) Vishnu Aarti (Om jai Jagdish Hare)
15) Ganesh Chalisa, Ganesh Aarti, Mantra, Stotra
16) Santoshi Maa
17) Vaishno Devi
18) Saraswati Vandana
19) Laxmi Aarti
20) Sai Chalisa, Sai Aarti
21) Satyanarayan Katha, satyanarayan aarti
22) Shani Chalisa
24) Ahoi Ashtami Katha, Ahoi Ashtami vidhi
25) Diwali Katha/ Diwali Poojan, Diwali Aarti, Laxmi pujan
26) Karva Chauth Katha
27) Surya Chalisa
28) Naina Devi
29) Jwala Devi
Many more Useful texts are included in our Chalisa Sangrah/ Aarti Sagrah app. Please use the app for further details.
Salient Feature/ Advantages:
1) Hindi and English Language options.
2) User friendly interface.
3) Light weight.
4) Install directly in memory card.
माँ चालीसा संग्रह/ आरती संग्रह
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