Hindu Prayer Book in English
by Shashi Joshi, Author. PractialSanskrit. Come Curious, Go Wise. at Pratical Sanskrit on Oct 17, 2009
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A new and expanded print and Kindle version of this book is coming soon. The goal is to provide accurate transliteration, easy to read for new-comers, word by word accurate translation, and meaning to ...
A new and expanded print and Kindle version of this book is coming soon. The goal is to provide accurate transliteration, easy to read for new-comers, word by word accurate translation, and meaning to help you understand your devotion.
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Hindu Prayer Book - English translation and transliteration. Compilation of most common prayers. This was in response to an article published in Cleveland Plain Dealer in January 2003 that Kirtans are becoming very popular in Cleveland, but not (m)any knew the meaning. Then some 'experts' commented that words are not important and even that words can be an obstruction to real realization.
The question then comes - why then sing a kirtan, bhajan, and that too in Sanskrit? Words are important, when they convey an idea. So this humble collection of important and common mantras, shlokas, and artis.
Any error is mine,
any perfection is divine.
try this link as well: http://practicalsanskrit.blogspot.com/2009/10/hindu-prayer-book.html
simple shlokas for children and adults alike.
daily prayer shlokas and mantras
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