"Stotra Mala" means 'a garland of hymns'.\r\n Stotramala is a popular selection of devotional hymns and vedic chants being brought out in mp3. Sung in the rich and full-toned voice of Swami Brahmananda, these stotras transport the listener to true depts of divinity. Each track is pleasing as well as powerful, soft as well as soulful. The result is that the simple experience of listening becomes a joyful spiritual practice in itself.By Swami Brahmananda. Shannomitrah, Pratah Smaranam, Sri Ganesh Stotram, Gurupaduka Stotram, Totakashtakam, Madhurashtakam, Ganga Stotram, Shiva Manasa Pooja, Meenakshi Stotram, Dakshinamoorti Stotram, Asangoham, and Shanti Mantra. Sankata Nashana Ganesha Stotram, Lalita Panchakam, Shivashadakshara Stotram, Lakshmi Narasimha Karuna Rasa Stotram, Maneesha Panchakam, Swaroopa Anusandhana Ashtakam, Hastamalaka Stotram, Shivaparadha Kshamapana Stotram, Guru Bhakti Stotram, Annapurna Stotram and Maya Panchakam. Mukunda Mala, Annapoorna Stuti, Aditya Hrudayam, Deena Bandhu Ashtakam, Navagraha Stotram, Ardhanarishwara Stotram, Kaupeena Panchakam, Shanti Mantra. (Stotramala Book is also available with translation and meaning).
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