What is Narayan name correct meaning

What is Narayan name correct meaning Namaste friends, how are your doing today? Bhagavan Sri Narayana blessings to you and your family! Sanskrit is so well designed language that it's words can be easily separated to understand the meaning of each alphabet and the whole word too. Just moving forward to know about "What is Narayana name correct meaning", let us have a basic idea of this divine name Narayana: Narayana = Nara + Ayana = Water + Living (Staying). Narayana is someone who lives / stays in the divine waters of Kshirasagara in Vaikuntha (This is not the only meaning. It has unlimited number of meanings. Below we will see few of them). Bhagavan Sri Narayana stays in Vaikuntha with his divine consort Sri Maha Lakshmi Devi. Bhagavan Sri Narayana is staying in Vaikuntha since the 'aadi kalam' (Grand unknown time) and will stay until the 'ananta kalam' (Grand infinite time). Now, let us move forward to know about "What is Narayana name correct meaning": 1....
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Ashta Mahishi (8 wives) yukta Krishna Stotram in Sanskrit, Kannada, English

Ashta Mahishi (8 wives) yukta Krishna Stotram in Sanskrit, Kannada, English Namaste friends, how are your doing today? Bhagavan Sri Krishna blessings to you and your family! In Dwapara Yuga, Bhagavan Sri Krishna marries totally 16,108 divine Devis. In that first 8 divine Devis are called as 'ashta mahishis' (ashta = 8, mashishis = Divine wives). 1st is Sri Rukmini Devi (She is an avatar of Sri Maha Lakshmi Devi), 2nd is Sri Satyabhama Devi (She is also an avatar of Sri Maha Lakshmi Devi), 3rd is Sri Jambuvati Devi (She is an avatar of Sri Tulasi Devi, 4th is Sri Kalindi Devi. Whereas, 5th is Sri Mitravinda Devi, 6th is Sri Neela Devi (Also called Sri Nagnajiti Devi, as she is the daughter of King Nagnajita), 7th is Sri Bhadra Devi and 8th is Sri Lakshana Devi (Also called as Sri Lakshmana Devi). All these names are given in the great epic Mahabharata, Bhagavata Purana etc. || अथ अष्ट महिषि युक्त कृष्ण स्तोत्रं || ॐ ||...
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What is the Keshav name correct meaning

What is the Keshav name correct meaning Namaste Sajjanas, how are you doing today? Bhagavan Keshava blessings to you and your family! Keshava is one of the famous names of Bhagavan Sri Vishnu. This name Keshava is considered as 'Moola Roopa' (Original form) of the 'aadi swaroopa' (Divinely primordial) of Sarvottama / Supreme Bhagavan Sri Vishnu. Now, let us break the name Keshava and let us understand it's meaning: Keshava = Ka + Isha + Va = This name is the origin and governing Bhagavan / Ishwar of Sri Brahma Deva + Rudra Deva (Lord Shiva) and all the Devatas / Demigods. Bhagavan Sri Keshava (Sri Brahma Deva takes birth from the 'nabhi' / navel of Bhagavan Sri Vishnu and Lord Shiva takes birth from 'manasa' / mind of Sri Brahma Deva). Kesa (Kes) is a Sanskrit word which means hair (Even in many Indian languages we use this word for hair). Also Kesa (Kes) means a ray of light. Keshava also has the meaning someone who has...
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Sri Venkateshwara Ashtottara Shata Namavali in Sanskrit, Kannada, English

Sri Venkateshwara Ashtottara Shata Namavali in Sanskrit, Kannada, English Namaste Sajjanas, how are you doing today? Bhagavan Sri Venkatesha (Srinivasa / Balaji) blessings to you and your family! Just before going to "Sri Venkateshwara Ashtottara Shata Namavali in Sanskrit, Kannada, English", let us have a small brief about Bhagavan Sri Venkatesha. Bhagavan Sri Vishnu directly came from Vaikuntha down to earth to marry Sri Padmavati Devi in the 28th Kali Yuga (Present Kali Yuga).  Bhagavan Sri Vishnu in his avatar as Bhagavan Sri Rama had promised then Sri Vedavati Devi, that he will be come down to earth to marry her in the 28th Kali Yuga. Thus as per promise, Bhagavan Sri Vishnu came directly from Vaikuntha to earth and married Sri Padmavati Devi (She was Sri Vedavati Devi in Treta Yuga / Ramayana period). Bhagavan Sri Venkatesha's mother Bakula (Vakula) Devi is an avatar of Sri Yashoda Devi. In Dwapara Yuga, Sri Yashoda Devi had requested Bhagavan Sri Krishna that she want to...
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Goddess Saraswati Dwadasha Stotram in Sanskrit, Kannada, English

Goddess Saraswati Dwadasha Stotram in Sanskrit, Kannada, English Namaste Sajjanas, how are you doing today? Bhagavati (Goddess) Sri Saraswati Devi blessings to you and your family! Just before going to "Goddess Saraswati Dwadasha Stotram in Sanskrit, Kannada, English", let us have a small brief about Bhagavati Sri Saraswati Devi. Sri Saraswati Devi (Sanskrit: श्री सरस्वती देवी) is the goddess of 'vaak' (vocal), that is, anything related to vocal like art, music, knowledge, speech, wisdom, studies etc. She is a part of the Tri Devis, that is, first is Sri Maha Lakshmi Devi, second is Sri Saraswati Devi and third is Sri Parvati Devi. The earliest mention of Saraswati as a Bhagavati (Divine goddess) is in the Rigveda. She has remained significant as a goddess from the Vedic period through modern times of Hindu traditions. Sri Saraswati Devi is usually will be having four arms, holds the Vedas, a maala (rosary), a water pot and a musical instrument Veena. Each of these items have symbolic meaning...
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Sri Venkateshwara (Lord Balaji) Stotram lyrics in Sanskrit, Kannada, English

Sri Venkateshwara (Lord Balaji) Stotram lyrics in Sanskrit, Kannada, English Namaste Sajjanas, how are you doing today? Bhagavan Sri Venkateshwara (Balaji) blessings to you and your family! Just before going to the stotram, let us have a small brief about Bhagavan Sri Venkatesha and about this stotram. Bhagavan Sri Venkateshwara is also known as Sri Srinivasa or Sri Balaji. Bhagavan Sri Vishnu directly with his divine body came down to earth to marry Sri Padmavati Devi and also to uplift his devotees in this Kali Yuga. The most divine marriage between Bhagavan Sri Venkateshwara (Sri Srinivasa / Sri Balaji) and Sri Padmavati Devi takes place in this divine place of Venkatadri (Today' Tirupati / Tirumalai). In this divine marriage all the other Devatas starting from Sri Maha Lakshmi Devi, Sri Brahma Deva, Sri Rudra Deva, Sri Parvati Devi, Sri Indra Deva etc. were present. This Stotram is given in Sri Brahmanda Purana and this Stotram is a divine discussion between Sri Brahma Deva and Devarshi...
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Saraswati Namastubhyam stotram (For Education, knowledge etc.) in Sanskrit, Kannada, English

Saraswati Namastubhyam stotram (For Education, knowledge etc.) in Sanskrit, Kannada, English Namaste friends, how are you doing today? Bhagavati (Divine Goddess) Sri Sarasvati Devi's blessings to you and your family! Just before going to "Saraswati Namastubhyam shloka in Sanskrit, Kannada, English", let us have a small brief about Bhagavati Sri Sarasvati Devi. Sri Saraswati Devi (Sanskrit: श्री सरस्वती देवी) is the goddess of 'vaak' (vocal), that is, anything related to vocal like art, music, knowledge, speech, wisdom, studies etc. She is a part of the Tri Devis, that is, first is Sri Maha Lakshmi Devi, second is Sri Saraswati Devi and third is Sri Parvati Devi. The earliest mention of Saraswati as a Bhagavati (Divine goddess) is in the Rigveda. She has remained significant as a goddess from the Vedic period through modern times of Hindu traditions. Sri Sarasvati Devi is usually will be having four arms, holds the Vedas, a maala (rosary), a water pot and a musical instrument Veena. Each of these items...
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Sri Madhwacharya’s Dwadasha stotram Dwadasha (Twelfth) adhyaya (canto) in Sanskrit, Kannada, English

Sri Madhwacharya’s Dwadasha stotram Dwadasha (Twelfth) adhyaya (canto) in Sanskrit, Kannada, English Namaste friends, how are you doing today? Sri Madhwacharya Ji and Bhagavan Sri Krishna blessings to you and your family! Just before going the "Dwadasha stotram written by Sri Madhwacharya in Sanskrit, Kannada, English", let us have small brief about Sri Madhwacharya Ji. श्री मध्वाचार्य जी / ಶ್ರೀ ಮಧ್ವಾಚಾರ್ಯ ಜೀ / Sri Madhwacharya Ji sometimes is also known by different divine names like Pūrna Prajña, Ānanda Tīrtha. He is Hindu Sanatana Dharma philosopher, theologian and the chief proponent of the divine Dvaita (Dualism - All are unique) school of Vedanta. Sri Madhwacharya Ji called his philosophy as "Tattvavāda", this means "arguments which arises from a realist point of view". Sri Madhwacharya Ji father name is Madhyagehacharya and mother name is Vedavati. His birth name is Vasudeva (read as Vaasudeva). His name Pūrna Prajña, means he is aware of anything and everything of this Universe. Only Bhagavan Sri Vishnu and Sri Maha Lakshmi...
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Sri Madhwacharya’s Dwadasha stotram Ekadasha (Eleventh) adhyaya (canto) in Sanskrit, Kannada, English

Sri Madhwacharya’s Dwadasha stotram Ekadasha (Eleventh) adhyaya (canto) in Sanskrit, Kannada, English Namaste friends, how are you doing today? Sri Madhwacharya Ji and Bhagavan Sri Krishna blessings to you and your family! Just before going the "Dwadasha stotram written by Sri Madhwacharya in Sanskrit, Kannada, English", let us have small brief about Sri Madhwacharya Ji. श्री मध्वाचार्य जी / ಶ್ರೀ ಮಧ್ವಾಚಾರ್ಯ ಜೀ / Sri Madhwacharya Ji sometimes is also known by different divine names like Pūrna Prajña, Ānanda Tīrtha. He is Hindu Sanatana Dharma philosopher, theologian and the chief proponent of the divine Dvaita (Dualism - All are unique) school of Vedanta. Sri Madhwacharya Ji called his philosophy as "Tattvavāda", this means "arguments which arises from a realist point of view". Sri Madhwacharya Ji father name is Madhyagehacharya and mother name is Vedavati. His birth name is Vasudeva (read as Vaasudeva). His name Pūrna Prajña, means he is aware of anything and everything of this Universe. Only Bhagavan Sri Vishnu and Sri Maha Lakshmi...
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Sri Madhwacharya’s Dwadasha stotram Dashama (Tenth) adhyaya (canto) in Sanskrit, Kannada, English

Sri Madhwacharya’s Dwadasha stotram Dashama (Tenth) adhyaya (canto) in Sanskrit, Kannada, English Namaste friends, how are you doing today? Sri Madhwacharya Ji and Bhagavan Sri Krishna blessings to you and your family! Just before going the "Dwadasha stotram written by Sri Madhwacharya in Sanskrit, Kannada, English", let us have small brief about Sri Madhwacharya Ji. श्री मध्वाचार्य जी / ಶ್ರೀ ಮಧ್ವಾಚಾರ್ಯ ಜೀ / Sri Madhwacharya Ji sometimes is also known by different divine names like Pūrna Prajña, Ānanda Tīrtha. He is Hindu Sanatana Dharma philosopher, theologian and the chief proponent of the divine Dvaita (Dualism - All are unique) school of Vedanta. Sri Madhwacharya Ji called his philosophy as "Tattvavāda", this means "arguments which arises from a realist point of view". Sri Madhwacharya Ji father name is Madhyagehacharya and mother name is Vedavati. His birth name is Vasudeva (read as Vaasudeva). His name Pūrna Prajña, means he is aware of anything and everything of this Universe. Only Bhagavan Sri Vishnu and Sri Maha Lakshmi...
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