Rudram is a hymn devoted to lord Shiva. It is part of the Yajur Veda and one of the greatest of the Vedic hymns for all round benefits and to remove all doshas. Sri Rudram Namakam Chamakam Sri Rudram Namakam Chamakam Lyrics in 9 Indian languages. Sri Rudram Laghunyasam Sri Rudram Namakam. Shri Rudram is a stotra or homage hymn to Rudra (an epithet of Shiva) taken from the Krishna . Traditional Observances. Kanwar Yatra · Lingam · Rasalingam · Maha Shivaratri · Pradosha · Shiva Puja · Siddha · Vibhuti · Other names.
|Published (Last):||6 March 2011|
|PDF File Size:||8.72 Mb|
|ePub File Size:||12.50 Mb|
|Price:||Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]|
Rudraprasna or otherwise called Sri Rudram, is a hymn devoted to Lord Shiva.
It is divided into two parts; the first part is known as Namakam; named so, as the twlugu Namo is repeated in it. One of the most scintillating features of Rudram is it contains hidden secrets in coded format.
Some of the verses contain coded instructions for preparing various Ayurvedic medicines. Rudram is divided into 11 sections called Anuvakas each Anuvakas has different benefits and chanted for different purposes:. View all articles by Sankara Yatra. Rudram kaha divided into 11 sections called Anuvakas. Rudram is divided into 11 sections called Anuvakas each Anuvakas maba different benefits and chanted for different purposes: The first anuvaka is chanted to destroy all sins, obtain leadership and divine benevolence, protection from famine, freedom from fear, protect cows, Apamrityu fear from untimely death and protection from evil forces.
Sri Rudram Chamakam – Media | Vaidika Vignanam
It is also chanted as a Kavacha shield for virulent fever, to rudrqm diseases, fetal disorders, absolution from bad stars and bad karma, good rainfall, fulfilment of all material desires and rudfam of enemies. In the second Anuvaka, Rudra is prayed to loosen the bonds of samsara. The second Anuvaka is chanted for destruction of enemies, gain wealth; increase the prospects of job and possession of intelligence.
In the third Anuvaka Rudra is described as the Lord of thieves who exists in everything.
He is Sarvatma; the self of all. In this context, we who are unenlightened have stolen the immortal status of the Self and replaced it with our own limited conception of ego.
And in turn it is Rudra who will come and steal our ignorance from us, restoring us to our natural status of enlightenment.
Sri Rudram – BENEFITS OF CHANTING THE MOST POWERFUL HYMN
This Anuvaka is also chanted for the cure of diseases. The fourth Anuvaka, Lord Rudra is described as the worker rudran creator of all kinds.
It is chanted for the cure of Tuberculosis, diabetics and leprosy. The sixth Anuvaka praises Lord Rudra as the source of different worlds and Vedas. It is changed for blessings of a son with the stature of Rudra, expansion of assets, eliminate the chances of miscarriage and easy tepugu, averting adverse constellations in horoscope and protection of son.
Mmaha seventh Anuvaka is chanted for increase in intelligence, better health, wealth, progeny, clothes, cows, sons, good education, longevity and obtaining liberation.
The eighth Anuvaka praises Lord Rudra as being present in holy rives and absolving all sins. The Ninth Anuvaka is chanted for obtaining Suvarna Golda good wife, job and blessings of son who will be devoted to Lord Shiva. The Tenth Anuvaka is chanted in praise of Lord Rudra to shed his fury and shower benevolence by displaying his bow without arrows and appear gracefully clad in Tiger skin with pleasing countenance ready to shower boons upon devotees.
This Anuvaka is chanted for the absolution of sins, removal of fear, absence of dangers and fears, possession of wealth and cure of diseases. This is mahs for longevity, visiting of sacred places and acquiring knowledge.