Shri Rudra Sukta Mp3 Song Sapana Lyrics

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January 1, 1970



Shri Rudra Sukta

Shri Rudra Sukta Mp3 Song, Download Shri Rudra Sukta, Shri Rudra Sukta Mp3 Download"Shri Rudra Sukta" is a soundtrack in 1970 Best Devotional & Spiritual track List, Gayatri Saptah - Shri Som Mangal Gayatri Vandan. welcomedmuch more rewards for delightful rendition of a Devotional & Spiritual track.Saregama, casted the track after releasing "Shri Mangal Gayatri" music track performed by Sapana, Priyamvada & Anuja. Traditional played role as a song writer.This music track was broadcasted before, towards the peak to viral by Hindi music lovers.The music track was nicely composed by govind saraswati where as it was proudly performed by Rakesh, Darshana, Kamal, Anuja, Deepika Dony, Hari Nath Jha, Priyamvada and Sapana.Judgement of revenue to Saregama from this music track is $2426.It rapidly reached towards success on youtube in 1928, and is watched by 11.63 thousand people.It is Rakesh, Darshana, Kamal, Anuja, Deepika Dony, Hari Nath Jha, Priyamvada, Sapana`s 3th music track, Out of 17 all till now.Prime singer took part in jobs, roled as .Track is accessible on itune music store for just $1.29 where as all CD just for $9.99.

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Song Name Shri Rudra Sukta
AlbumGayatri Saptah - Shri Som Mangal Gayatri Vandan.
ComposerGovind Saraswati.
SingerAnuja, Darshana, Deepika Dony, Hari Nath Jha, Kamal, Priyamvada, Rakesh, and Sapana.
Duration 06:09
Record on January 1, 1970
Album Price $9.99
Song Price $1.29
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Śrī Sūkta, also called Śrī Sūktam, is a Sanskrit devotional hymn revering Śrī as Lakṣmī, the Hindu goddess of wealth, prosperity and fertility. Śrī Sūkta is recited, with a strict adherence to the Chandas, to invoke the goddess' blessings. The hymns are found in the Rig Ved
The goddess Śrī appears in several earlier vedic hymns, and is the personification of auspicious and royal qualities. Śrī Sūkta is perhaps the first text in which the homology between Śrī and Lakṣmī is drawn, and the goddesses are further associated with the god of fire, Agni.

The Śrī Sūkta describes Śrī as glorious, ornamented, royal, lustrous as gold, and radiant as fire, moon and the sun. She is addressed as the bestower of fame, bounty and abundance in the form of gold, cattle, horses and food; and entreated to banish her sister alakṣmī (misfortune), who is associated with need, hunger, thirst and poverty. The hymn also associates Śrī with (agrarian) fertility and she is described as the mother of Kārdama (mud), moist, perceptible through odour, dwelling in cowdung and producing abundant harvest.

Śrī or Lakṣmī is also the personification of the spiritual energy within us and universe called kuṇḍalinī. Also, She embodies the Spiritual World or Vaikuṇtha; the abode of Lakṣmī-Nārāyaṇa or Viṣṇu, not to be confused with Heaven, as The Heavenly Planets are still part of the Material Universe. Vaikuṇtha-Dham is purely spiritual, eternal and self illuminating. She is also supposed to have the Divine qualities of God and the soul. Lakshmi is God's superior spiritual feminine energy or the Param Prākṛti, which purifies, empowers and uplifts the individual. Hence, She is called the Goddess of Fortune.

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