• Vishnu Sahastranam




    The Vishnu Sahastranama ("the thousand names of Vishnu") is a list of 1,000 names (sahastranama) of Vishnu, the supreme god of Hindus (Vaishnavs). It is also one of the most sacred and commonly chanted stotras in Hinduism. The Vishnu sahasranama is found in the Mahabharata. Each name...

  • Jain Panchang




    Authentic 2013-15 Khartargachchha Tithi Mantavya

  • Jain Calendar




    This is a Jain Tithi Panchang for Vikram Samvat 2070 (English years 2013-14). The calendar provides Tithis and significant events throughout the year as perceived by Digambar Jains. The Aatham & Chaudas are marked distinctly in green. The accurate sunrise & sunset timings of several...

  • Hindu Calendar




    Hindu Calendar provides an handy, easy-access version of your traditional print-copy calendar on your android device. It provides look-n-feel of traditional calendars that we all have been using for years. Based on Hindu Panchang, it distinctly marks out Thithis for every day, fasting days such...

  • Durga Prayers


    Goddess Durga, meaning "the inaccessible”. Durga is the most popular incarnation of Devi and one of the main forms of the Goddess Adi Shakti. Durga Chalisa consists of: Chalisa Bhavani Stuti Devi Khsamapana Stotra Shri Durga Saptashloki Stotra Durga Astotarshatanama Stotra Aarti

  • Manache Shlok




    "Manache Shlok" written by Shri Samarth Ramdas Swami.

  • Mataji Aarti




    This is a devotional poem sung in praise of Goddess Ambe - the wife of the Lord Shiva. This app provides text for both Aarti and Stuti in easily read format.

  • Maruti Stotra




    As per Hindu mythology, the ancient king Dasharatha performed Putrakameshthi Yadnya for having a child. At the successful end of the Yadnya, god Agni-narayan offered Prasad. Wanari (a female monkey) snatched a part of this Prasad from the queen Kaikeyi's hands. The lord Hanuman, also known as...

  • Mantra Sangraha




    The Mantra Sangraha is a collection of some Mantras specially formatted for Android devices for your ease of reading. The list of prayers available in this version, 1. Durga Mantra 2. Gayatri Mantra 3. Ganesh Mantra 4. Saraswati Mantra 5. Laxmi Mantra 6. Krishna Mantra 7. Shani Mantra We are...

  • Ganesh Stotra




    Full text of Shree Ganesh Strotra in Prakrut along with Namavali, Aarti, Prathana and MantraPushpajanli. Ideal for reciting whenever you visit a Ganesh Temple or for your daily morning prayers.

  • Ram Raksha Stotra




    Ram Raksha Stotra is a Sanskrit stotra, used as a prayer for protection to Lord Rama, it was written by a saint Budha Kaushika during the Vedic period. Literal meaning of Ram Raksha means 'Protection given by Lord Rama (to us)'. One who sincerely recites it and understands its meaning,...

  • Navagraha Stotra




    Hindu astronomy is based upon the configuration of the nine planets in a person’s Horoscope (birth-chart). Hindus believe that the particular positions of these planets in the various houses of the horoscope at any given time influence their daily lives. To obtain blessings of these planetary...

  • Sri Suktam




    Sri Suktam is a Sanskrit devotional hymn revering Sri as Lakxmi, the Hindu goddess of wealth, prosperity and fertility. The hymns are found in the Rig Vedic khilanis. Sri Sukta is recited, with a strict adherence to the Chandas, to invoke the goddess' blessings.

  • Vishnu Sahastra Namavali




    The Vishnu Sahastranamavali ("the thousand names of Vishnu") is a list of 1,000 names Sahastranamavali) of Vishnu, the supreme god of Hindus (Vaishnavs). It is also one of the most sacred and commonly chanted stotras in Hinduism. The Vishnu sahasranamavali is found in the Mahabharata....

  • Shani Chalisa




    Shani also called Chayyaputra is son of God Surya and his wife Chhaya. He is depicted dark in colour, clothed in black; holding a sword, arrows and two daggers and mounted on a crow. Shani is known as the greatest teacher and well wisher for the righteous and the punisher for those who follow...

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