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Aditya Hrudayam & a Sloka from Vishnu Sahasranama
Sage Agastya initated Lord Rama with a divine Mantra to conquer the invincible Ravana in the battlefield.This is known as "ADITYA HRUDAYAM". It consists of 31 verses. Significantly,this recording ends with the glory of Sri Rama's name as extolled by Lord Shiva to Parvati (Brhad-Vishnu Sahasarnama-stotra, Uttara Kahanda, Padma Purana72-3-35).
Vocal Artist - Unnikrishnan
Music - Rangasami Parthasarathy
Text in Sanskrit with transliteration and translation in English enclosed.

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Bhagavad Gita - Song of God (Slokas from Chap -2)
Vocal Artist : Yesudas
Music : Rangasami Parthasarathy
The Bhagavad Gita is renowned as the spiritual wisdom of India. We have selected 38 slokas from the 72. Starting from sloka 20 which states, " The Atma is never born nor does it die", we have recorded all important slokas and conclude with 71 & 72 which states " one who abandons all desires attains the state of final emancipation"
( Brahma-nirvanamrcchati ) Text in Sanskrit with transliteration and translation in English enclosed

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Bhagavad Gita - Song of God (Chapters 12 & 15)
Vocal Artist : Yesudas
Music : Rangasami Parthasarathy
In chapter 12 known as Bhakti yoga, Lord Krishna extols the glory of devotion to God. The seeker cultivates love for God until the ego is surrendered. In Chapter 15 known as Purusottama yoga, Lord Krishna reveals the virtues, the glories and transcedental characteristics of God. He explains the purpose and value of knowing about God. Text in Sanskrit with transliteration and translation in English enclosed

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Gayatri Mantra
" Gayatri Chandasaam Aham "
I am Gayatri among Mantra's.
Bhagavad Gita Chapter 10,Sloka 35.
Gayanath (What is sung )
Trayate (protects)
Gayatri Mantra was first chanted in the
Rig Veda(iii,62.10) (2,500 B.C.)
Vocal Artist Yesudas.
Flute: Hariprasad Chaurasia
Santoor : Shivkumar Sharma
Sarod : Brij Narayan
Sitar : Janardhan Mitta
Veena : R. Parthasarathy
Music : Rangasami Parthasarathy

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Hymns From the Rig Veda
From Mandalas 5,7 & 10
Vocal Artist : Yesudas
Music Rangasami Parthasarathy
The Hymns of the Rig Veda (2,500 BC) constitute the earliest lyrical effusions of the Hindus, which have been handed down to posterity. It consists of 1028 Hymns in 10 Mandalas. 37 slokas from Mandalas V-51-11 to 15; VII-35-1 to 13; X-63-6 to 17; X-190-1 to 3; X-191-1 to 4, have been recorded using Indian musical instruments in the background score. Text in Sanskrit with transliteration and translation in English enclosed.

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Valmiki\'s Ramayana
Slokas From Sundara Kandah & Gayatri Ramayana
Vocal Artist : Dr. M. Balamurali Krishna
Dr. N. Ramani - Flute (Guest Artist)
Music Rangasami Parthasarathy
We have recorded 20 Slokas from Sundara Kandah, the 24 Slokas known as \"Gayatri Ramayana\" and Phalasruti. The 24,000 thousand slokas of Valmiki\'s Ramayana are based on the 24 alphabets of the Gayatri Mantra. Listening to these 24 slokas, gives the benefit of hearing the entire Ramayana and Gayatri Mantra. Text in Sanskrit with transliteration in English enclosed

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Celestial Songs Of Isa & Kena Upanisad
Music : Rangasami Parthasarathy-
Vocal Artist: P.Susheela - Upanisad derives from the Sanskrit word Upa (near) Ni (down) Sad (to sit). Sitting down near a spiritual master to receive instruction.The Isa, also called the Isavasya Upanisad, derives its name from the opening word Isavasaya. Its main purpose is to teach the essential unity of God and the world, being and becoming. The Kena Upanisad derives its name from the first word Kena - by whom. The worshipping soul gradually acquires the higher wisdom which results in the consciousness of the identity with the supreme. Text in Sanskrit with transliteration and translation in English enclosed.

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Thirukural - By Sage Thiruvalluvar
Thirukkural was written in 100 B.C.
& is a Monumental work in Tamil Language
Sung by Dr. Seergazhi G. Siva Chidambaram,
Deepan Chakaravarthi, R. Krishnaraj,
S. Harini, Sriram & H. A. Narayanan
Guest Artist : Dr. M. Balamurali Krishna
Music : Rangasami Parthasarathy
Text in Tamil with Transliteration in English enclosed

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Blissful Bhajans Of Meera
Rendered by S. Janaki
Songs in Hindi Language

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Sree Krishna Darshanam
Popular Traditional Krithis
Sung by P.Unni Krishnan

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