Sanskrit Hymns and Chants
A hymn is a religious song written as a prayer for a deity or deities. There are many well known hymns in Sanskrit passed down generations through the gurukul system of learning. Today, in Sanatan Dharma a.k.a. Hinduism, many of these hymns are used in rituals and prayers. This section has many of the well known hymns for one’s learning.
A chant generally is singing of words. Chanting mantras or sacred texts is a common practice in Sanatan Dharma a.k.a. Hinduism. Chanting can be done by an individual or as part of a group. There are many mantras that are popular even today, which we have listed in this section, for you to read, learn and understand.
Mantra Pushpanjali - मन्त्र-पुष्पाञ्जली (mantra-puṣpāñjalī) is a prayer which is recited after performing Aarti of Bhagwan Shri Ganesha. Learn about this mantra in Sanskrit, English, and Hindi.
Ganapati Atharvashirsha – श्री गणपत्यथर्वशीर्षम् As the name suggests, this Stotra is associated with Lord Ganesha. It is related to Atharva...
Learn about the 108 names of Dattatreya in Sanskrit | भगवान दत्तात्रेय के 108 नाम।
Learn about the 108 names of Bhagwan Vishnu in Sanskrit | भगवान विष्णु के 108 नाम।
Learn about the 108 names of Bhagwan Shiva in Sanskrit | भगवान शिव के 108 नाम।
Shri Vishnu Sahastra Namavali श्री विष्णु सहस्त्र नामावलिः (śrī viṣṇu sahastra nāmāvaliḥ) means List of 1000 names of Lord Vishnu. Transliteration,...