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iChant- Purush Sukta

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    Welcome to the spiritual world of soothing chants!

    iPooja pleased to presents iChant- Purush Sukta mobile app designed and recorded specially for the Android OS Immerse yourself in the soothing chants to melt away the stress of your day-to-day routine. You can start your day with chants to energize your thoughts with positive energy for the rest of the day or use it as a refreshing rewinder after a hectic day of activity.

    Among the great Gods of Vedas is Purusha, which in simple translation means the “male”. But the word actually indicates Lord Vishnu, who is the God among the great trinity in charge of the care of the created beings. He is supposed to live in the ocean of milk and his consort is Lakshmi the goddess of wealth and prosperity.Possibly along with Rudra it is one of the greatest stotras originating from the Vedas. While the devotees of Rudra are afraid of his anger and request Him again and again the devotees of Purusha keep praising him, describing his various facets and request boons from him.Though the original Purusha suktha manthra occurs in Rig Veda , it also occurs in Vajaneya Samhitha of Shukla Yajur Veda, Taiteeriya Samhitha of Krishna Yajurveda and also with slight differences in Sama Veda as well as Atharva Veda.Many great sages have given details of how this great Suthra should be used in Fire Sacrifices and many sages including the great Sayanacharya have written commentaries on Purusha Suktham.

    Purusha in this Suktham is described as a gigantic personality who is spread everywhere. Bramha the creator is supposed to have his huge body as a sacrifice so that he can create the world.

    To further give you the feel of chanting with a Beaded Mala, a Beads counter will increase by one with each chant repetition. After 108 repetitions of Beads, the Mala counter increases by 1. The number 108 is a standard repetition count also called Japa. You will have the choice to reset the counters back to zero for a fresh start.

    We hope that you like the App. Please send us your valuable feedback at ipooja@mediaagility.com

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