::Mudhakaratha Sloka
::Vakrathunda Sloka
::Mooshika Sloka
::Vidyarthee Sloka
::Agajaanana Sloka
::Gajaananam Sloka
::Shuklam Sloka
Lord Ganesha is one of the five prime hindu deities (Brahma, Vishnu, Siva, and Durga). He is the son of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati. He is the elder brother of Lord Subramaniya. He is the Lord of success and destroyer of evils and obstacles.He is also worshipped as the god of education, knowledge, wisdom and wealth. Lord Ganesh has four hands, elephant's head , big belly, big ears and a curved trunk. His vehicle is a tiny mouse. In his hands he carries a rope (to guide devotees to the truth), an axe (to remove obstacles), and a sweet laddoo.
::Gurur Brahma Sloka
::Guravey Sloka
Dakshinamurti literally means 'one who is facing south in Sanskrit. In his aspect as Jnana Dakshinamurti, Shiva is generally shown with four arms. He is depicted seated under a banyan tree, facing the south. Shiva is seated upon a deer-throne and surrounded by sages who are receiving his instruction. He is shown as seated with his right foot on mythical apasmara(personification of ignorance) and his left foot lies folded on his lap. In his upper arms, he holds a snake or rosary or both in one hand and a flame in the other; while in his lower right hand is shown in vyakhyanamudra, his lower left hand holds a bundle of kusha grass or the scriptures. The index finger of His right hand is bent and touching the tip of his thumb. The other three fingers are stretched apart. This symbolic hand gesture or Mudra is the Gnana Mudra a symbol of knowledge and wisdom. Sometimes, this hand is in the Abhaya Mudra, a posture of assurance and blessing.
::Achutham Sloka
::Vasudeva Sloka
::Adaram Sloka
::Srivatsangam Sloka
::Alokyamathur Sloka
::Kararavindena sloka
Lord Krishna was born to Devaki and Vasudeva. He is the eight incarnation of Lord Vishnu. According to Adi Sankara's commentary, Krishna is the 57th name of Vishnu and means the "Existence of knowledge and Bliss." He is usually depicted as a young cowherd with a flute in his hand. During the war of Mahabharata, Lord Krishna taught Arjuna the philosophy of life, and this forms the essence of BHAGVAD GITA.
::Saraswathy Namasthubhyam Sloka
::Saraswathi Sarva Sloka
::Yakunthenthu Sloka
Goddess Saraswathi is the wife of Lord Brahma (Lord of Creation) and is the Goddess of wisdom and learning. Saraswati is the one who gives the essence (sara) of our own self (swa). She is considered as the personification of all knowledge - arts, sciences, crafts and other skills. She has a beautiful and elegant presence, is pure white in colour, clad in a white sari, seated on a white lotus, representing purity and brilliance. She has four hands representing four aspects of human personality in learning; mind, intellect, alertness and ego. She has the sacred scriptures in one hand and a lotus (a symbol of true knowledge) in the second. With her other two hands she plays the music of love and life on the veena. She is dressed in white (sign of purity) and rides on a white goose (swan). The swan is known for its peculiar characteristic of being capable of separating water from milk, indicating that we should possess discrimination in separating the bad from the good. The seat being a lotus or peacock implies that the teacher is well-established in the subjective experience of truth. When sitting on a peacock she reminds us that wisdom suppresses ego.
::Nagendra Sloka
::Nandhi Sloka
::Neelakantam Sloka
::Ganga Sloka (Bathtime sloka)
::Vamadevam Sloka
::Kalakantam Sloka
::Gowri Sloka
::Gangapravahenthu Sloka
::Karacharna Sloka (Bedtime Sloka)
::Namaodevi Sloka
Lord Shiva is both a destroyer and restorer. He is the God of Love and beloved of Parvati. He is one of the trimurthys.( Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva) He is Satya, Shubham, Sundaram, Sivam, Kantam. Attributes of Shiva are Third Eye, Blue Throat, Crescent Moon, Matted Hair, Sacred Ganga, Ashes, Tiger Skin, Serpents, Trishul, Drum, Nandi. Shiva and Parvati are the parents of Karthikeya and Ganesha. Shiva lives with his family in Mount Kailash. Bull Nandi is his vehicle.
::Manojavam Sloka
::Anjaneya Sloka
::Divya Sloka
::Anjana Sloka
::Ramaya Sloka
::Yatra Yatra Sloka
::Buthir Balam Sloka
Hanuman , also know as Anjaneya, is one of the most important personalities in the great Indian epic , Ramayana. He is a Vanara who helped Lord Rama (an avatar of Vishnu) in rescuing his wife Sita from Ravana, the king of Lanka. Hanuman was born to Anjana, a female Vanara, and Vayu (the lord of wind). Hanuman is also considered as the incaranation of Shiva or reflection of Shiva. Hanuman also assumes Panchamukha to save Rama and Lakshmana from asuras.Every Face of Sri Panchamukha Hanuman has significance Sri Hanuman faces east. He grants purity of mind and success. The Narasimha faces south. He grants victory and fearlessness. The west facing Garuda removes black magic and poisons. The north facing Varaha, showers prosperity, wealth. The Hayagriva mukha faces the Sky. But since we cannot see it, it is usually tilted and shown above Hanuman's face. Hayagriva gives Knowledge and good children.
::Subramanya Sloka
::Shadananam Sloka
::Heyswami Sloka
::Jajwalya Sloka
Subramanya or Karthikeya is the son of Siva and Parvathi. Other common names of Subramanya are Muruga, Kumara, Skandha, Shanmuga and Guha. Created out of the six sparks from the central, third eye, of Lord Siva, for the special purpose of destroying the demon Soorapadma, Lord Karthikeya has six faces adorned with red vermilion and he rides on a divine peacock. He is supremely intelligent and is the commander of the Deva army. The Vel (spear) is His Divine weapon; it is also regarded as the source of all knowledge and is the dispeller of ignorance. He is the curer of all diseases.Lord Subramanya has two consorts, Devasena, the celestial princess and daughter of Indra, and Valli, Nambirajan's (a hunter king) daughter. His major shrines are known as "Aaru Padai Veedu' namely Palani, Swami Mala, Thiruthani, Thiruchendur, Pazhamudircholai, and Thiruparankundram.
::Adilakshmi Sloka
::Sarvamangala Sloka
::Karagrey Sloka (Morning sloka)
::Namasthesthu Sloka
::Namastulasi Sloka
::Samudra Sloka
Lakshmi is the female counterpart of Lord Vishnu, the female energy of the Supreme Being. She is the goddess of prosperity, wealth, purity, generosity, and the embodiment of beauty, grace and charm. Lakshmi is depicted as a beautiful woman of golden complexion, with four hands, sitting or standing on a full-bloomed lotus and holding a lotus bud, which stands for beauty, purity and fertility. Her four hands represent the four ends of human life: dharma or righteousness, kama or desires, artha or wealth, and moksha or liberation from the cycle of birth and death.
::Shanthakaram Sloka
::Ananda Sloka
::Sachidananda Sloka
::Amoga Sloka
::Hayagiver Sloka
::Kayenawacha Sloka
::Om Namo Sloka
Lord Vishnu is the preserver of the universe.In the Puranas, Vishnu is described as being the color of clouds, four-armed, holding a lotus, mace, conch and chakra. Vishnu is also described in the Bhagavad Gita as having a 'Universal Form' which is beyond the ordinary limits of human sense perception .In the Trimurti, Vishnu is responsible for the maintenance or 'preservation' of the Universe, with the other roles of creation and destruction being under the care of Brahma and Shiva, respectively.He is to be depicted as a four-armed male-formThe color of his skin has to be new-cloud-like-blueHe has the mark of sage Bhrigu's feet on his chest.Also on his chest is the srivatsa mark, symbolising his consort Lakshmi. It is on the chest of Vishnu, where Lakshmi residesAround his neck, he wears the auspicious "Kaustubha" jewel, and a garland of flowers It is in this jewel, on Vishnu's chest that Lakshmi dwells. A crown should adorn his head: The crown symbolizes his supreme authority. He is to shown wearing two earrings: The earrings represent inherent opposites in creation - knowledge and ignorance; happiness and unhappiness; pleasure and pain. He rests on Ananta: the immortal and infinite snake. Vishnu is always to be depicted holding the four attributes associated with him, being conch, chakra, mace or gada, lotus Standing upright on a lotus flower, often with Lakshmi, his consort, beside him on a similar pedestal.
::Sugreeva Sloka
Rama or Ramachandra is considered to be the seventh avatar of Vishnu. Rama is one of the most popular figures and deities in Vaisnavism and its religious scriptures in south and southeast Asia. One of great hindu epic Ramayana describes the life of Rama. Dasharatha was the king of Ayodhya. Ram was the eldest son of Dasharatha and Kaushalya. He married Sita, who hindus consider to be an avatar of Goddess Lakshmi.
::Mathamaragatha Sloka
::Igiri Sloka
::Sarvatha Sloka
::Kamari Sloka
::Annaporna Sloka (Meal time sloka)
::Yadevi Sloka
::Kalika Sloka
::Amba Sloka
Devi is synonymous with SHAKTHI. She is the female counterpart without whom the male aspect is simply impotent and void. She is known by number of names. (Durga, Parvati, Kali, Kamakshi, Meenakshi, Lakshmi, Saraswathi, Radha, Sita etc etc) Durga is the Warrior Goddess. She emerged from Shakthi to fight and win over Mahishasura, a demon king. Kali has both creative and destructive powers of time. It is said that Kali springs forth from Durgas forehead. She is black, wears a garland of human heads, is clothed in a tiger skin, and wields a staff topped by a human skull. She destroys the asuras Parvati, that is the daughter of the mountains (the Himalayas), is consort of Shiva. She has been identified as a reincarnation of Dakshayani, Shivas first wife, who destroyed her by self-immolation because her father, Daksha, insulted Shiva. Parvati when depicted alongside Shiva appears with two arms, but when alone, she is shown having four arms, and astride a tiger or lion. She is also known by a number of other names, including Ambika (mother), Gauri (golden), Shyama (dark complexioned), Bhairavi (awesome) and Kali (black-colored).
::Mathamathanga Sloka
::Asatoma Sloka
::Bhoothanatha Sloka
::Pujyaaya Sloka
::Sahanavavathu (Vedic Mantra)
::Nilanchana Sloka (Sani Bhagwan)
::Shubham Sloka ( Lamp Lighting sloka)
All other Slokas