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Scriptural Sanskrit Stotraas (Prayers) and
Mantraas (hymns) in


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A brief outline of the contents and organization of the archives is given in the individual pages.

The archived Stotraas are selections from those commonly chanted in South Indian temples and households. The format of the Stotraas,and "Sankalpa" associated with the "Mantraas" are those generally followed in the "Shrii VaishhNava Saampradaaya".

ITRANS transliteration scheme has been generally followed for all Sanskrit words written in Roman script and adapted where appropriate for easy reading.


The archived scriptural texts may be chanted and the mantra rituals practiced by anyone so interested, individually and/or in groups, without taboos or exceptions of any kind.

 Index  of  the  
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sanaatana saampradaayam.

ITRANS transliteration scheme has been generally followed for all Sanskrit words written in Roman script, and adapted where appropriate, for easy reading.


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