Ashtottara Shata Namavali Sangraha - Sanskrit | by GiriAus Publications/ Shlokas Book

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Sku : 91001505

Language : Sanskrit

Publisher : Giri

Page : 352

Height : 7 Inch

Depth : 1 Inch

Width : 5 Inch

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• The ""Ashtottara Shata Namavali Sangraha"" is a revered Sanskrit text compiled and published by GiriAus  Publications.
• This compilation is a sacred collection of Sanskrit names and epithets used to address and praise various deities, especially in the Hindu tradition.
• The term ""Ashtottara Shata"" translates to ""108,"" and ""Namavali"" refers to a series of names or titles. Therefore, this text consists of 108 names or titles (often in the form of mantras) dedicated to different gods and goddesses.
• The ""Ashtottara Shata Namavali Sangraha"" holds great devotional significance for followers of Hinduism.
• It serves as a means to offer reverence and invoke blessings from the deities by chanting their sacred names.
• This text compiles names of a wide array of deities, including major gods and goddesses like Lord Shiva (Shiva Ashtottara Shata Namavali), Lord Vishnu (Vishnu Ashtottara Shata Namavali), Goddess Lakshmi (Lakshmi Ashtottara Shata Namavali), Goddess Durga (Durga Ashtottara Shata Namavali), and many more.
• Chanting the names of deities is a common spiritual practice in Hinduism. Devotees often use these collections of names, such as the ""Ashtottara Shata Namavali,"" for daily prayers, meditation, and worship.
• The names included in this compilation are often considered as mantras. Devotees believe that by chanting these mantras with sincerity and devotion, they can attain spiritual benefits and divine blessings.
• The text is written in Sanskrit, which is considered the sacred language of many ancient Indian scriptures and spiritual texts.
• The ""Ashtottara Shata Namavali Sangraha"" is a valuable resource for individuals on a spiritual journey, seeking to deepen their connection with the divine through the recitation of sacred names and mantras.