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Devotional Songs (Traditional Bhajans and Kirtans)
Devotional Songs (Traditional Bhajans and Kirtans)
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Foreword

In this modern age, it is very difficult for people to practice austerities or Tapascharya. Over time man has degenerated physically and mentally. It is not easy for him to practice the demanding Yogas required by the spirituality of Sanathana Dharma. Modern man has no time for God. Knowing this, Sat Gurudev Sri Swami Sivanandaji Maharaj encouraged the practice of Sankirtan Yoga and the singing of Bhajans glorifying the many manifestations of the one omnipresent Divine Reality.

Sankirtan Yoga is the chanting of the Divine Name pouring forth from the hearts and minds of the lovers of God. ‘Kirtan’ comes from the root word Kirt, meaning to call, to repeat, to praise, to glorify. ‘Bhajan’ means devotional prayer or hymns set to music as well as worship or adoration of the Lord. The word ‘Bhajan’ comes from the root word Bhaj, meaning to worship, to serve, to honour.

Kirtans and Bhajans can be practised both individually and collectively. All modern Saints have encouraged this Yoga. During his travels all over India, Sat Gurudev Sri Swami Sivanandaji Maharaj conducted many Sankirtan Sammelons, which is the singing of Bhajans and Kirtans among large groups of devotees.

Our ancients knew that the easiest way to progress on the spiritual path is to repeat the Divine Name. Constant repetition of the Divine Name brings about purification of the mind; and when heart and mind are purified, peace arises.

The original prototype of this book, entitled Inspiring Songs and Kirtans, was written by Sat Gurudev Sri Swami Sivanandaji Maharaj in 1943. It contained a collection of inspiring and instructive songs written by Gurudev himself. Revered Sri Swami Chidanandaji Maharaj later made some additions and also greatly propagated the chanting and repetition of the Name of God wherever he went. Over the years certain Bhajans, often repeated by Revered Sri Swami Chidanandaji Maharaj, became dearly loved. The present book is a compilation of those songs, the traditional and favourite Bhajans and Kirtans that have been sung at Sivananda Ashram in Rishikesh since Gurudev’s time.

I want to specially thank Sri Swami Divyabhavananda Mataji and Sri Suchita Lusardi Mataji for having given so much of their time and combined effort to bring about this new book of Devotional Songs and also the many residents of the Ashram and devotees, near and far, who provided invaluable assistance translating the songs into English and giving other helpful service and advice, especially His Holiness Sri Swami Hamsanandaji Maharaj, Sri Swami Devabhaktanandaji, Sri Swami Akhilanandaji, Sri Swami Shivashritananda Mataji, Sri Choudhury Gourahari Mishra, Cristina Capello, Shanta Subba Rao Mataji, Neelmani Khaturia, Liliana Vinaya Mataji and Alan Neachell. Our special thanks goes to Dr. T. V. Vasudeva Dharmadhikari, Deputy Director of the Kuppuswami Shastri Research Institute, Chennal, for his guidance in all matters concerning the transliteration and translation of the Sanskrit Devanagari script.

May the benedictions of Sat Gurudev ever be upon them all and upon all those who aspire to glorify God through the chanting of the Divine Name.

Preface

The depth of Bhava (devotion), abundance of faith, sincerity of purpose, and loving contemplation on the Lord may lead to the outpouring of our devotion in a musical form. It is a very powerful form of prayer in the Bhakti Yoga tradition. Depending on the depth of devotion and love felt by the devotee when immersed in sacred chanting, enriching spiritual experiences can occur. The Omnipresent, Omnipotent, Omniscient Lord, Who is One without a second, Who is all-pervading, present within and without in every nook and corner of the entire cosmos, out of compassion for his most deserving devotees has on several occasions revealed Himself, assuming the form most loved by them.

Gurudev has said, “By prayer a connection is established between the devotee and God, a channel is made for the flow of divine grace and blessings from God to the devotee.”

The sincere devotees of the Lord who have taken great pains to compile this book along with editing have done a great service to most worshipful Sri Gurudev. May the choicest blessings of Sri Gurudev be showered upon them! May the singing of these Bhajans and Kirtans serve to unite the entire Sivananda Parivar (family) throughout the world.

Gurudev Swami Sivanandaji Maharaj

GURUDEV SWAMI SIVANANDAJI MAHARAJ was the Founder and President of the Divine Life Society from the year of its establishment in 1936 until his Mahasamadhi in 1963. He never left his beloved India, except when serving as a doctor in Malaysia as a young man. Yet, today his name is loved and respected in every country in the world. He was a beacon of light, a spiritually illumined soul who was born to give the message of spiritual life to thousands all over the globe. Even now, after almost five decades of his merging in the Supreme, seekers continue to heed his call and endeavour to follow his teachings.

In his unique desire to make others happy, Revered Gurudev decided to share his divine treasure of wisdom with anyone eager to listen. He did it out of compassion for all humanity, not only of his time, but of the times to come. What a great soul! He was thinking of us even before our birth!

He wrote hundreds of books with such love that anyone reading them can feel that someone very near and dear is talking to them personally telling, “Do this, do that, my child, you will enjoy perennial happiness.”

Our beloved Gurudev was generous beyond measure. The only way to show our gratitude is to sincerely make his teachings our own and allow them to take us to the Supreme Abode. That would surely fill his cup of joy to overflowing!

May his blessings ever be upon us!

Shri Swami Chidanandaji Maharaj

His Holiness Shri Swami Chidanandaji Maharaj served as the esteemed President of The DMne Life Society from 1963 until his Mahasamadhi in August 2008. His entire life was totally consecrated to continuing Gurudev Shri Swami Sivanandaji’s spiritual mission. This kept him engaged day and night in teaching, training, guiding, encouraging, consoling, helping, and transforming the lives of innumerable individuals around the world, from all walks of life, and bringing about a spiritual awakening in the hearts of thousands. In his radiant presence, one heard the timeless call to liberation.

Swamiji embodied the eternal truths of the ancient Rishis of Vedic times blended perfectly with the teachings of Lord Buddha and Jesus Christ. In the West he was known as Saint Francis of India, because his humility and tender-hearted love extended not only to all persons great and small, but to all animals, birds, insects and plants. He championed caring for the environment, because he revered the Earth, indeed the whole Cosmos, as Divinity in manifest form. Swamiji never tired of reminding us that this human birth is a precious gift, not to be wasted, but to be used to draw nearer to God with every breath, every thought, every word, every action.

May his blessings ever be upon us!

Shri Swami Krishnanandaji Maharaj

REVERED SHRI SWAMI KRISHNANANDAJI MAHARAJ was the General Secretary of the Divine Life Society for nearly forty years. He was one among the brilliant disciples of the Master. Gurudev Shri Swami Sivanandaji Maharaj used to call him our ‘Dakshinamurti’ and ‘Shankaracharya Swami Krishnanandaji was a Sage of towering wisdom and insight. He was a Master of practically every system of Indian and Western philosophy. He was an adept in Raja Yoga (the yoga of meditation) and an illustrious exponent of Vedanta (the ancient wisdom teachings of the Upanishads).

In him, work and wisdom enjoyed a harmonious blend. His total, dynamic involvement in daily activities as General Secretary of the Society and as revered Guru to many seeking souls was truly inspiring! His books constitute the invaluable legacy he left behind to the entire spiritual world. To read his books, the majority of which are the outcome of his extemporaneous discourses, is to set oneself in tune with the Ultimate Reality.

May his blessings ever be upon us!

Back of the Book

Blessed indeed are those who sing God’s name, for they will be freed from the wheel of birth and death and will attain immortality.

- Sri Swami Sivananda

CONTENTS
Foreword v
Phonetic Pronunciation Guidexiv
Prefacexvi
Homage to our Gurusxvii
Songs Composed By Shri Swami Sivananda Ji
Song of Divine Life3
Song of Eighteen “Ities”4
Song of Admonition4
Song of Salutation6
Song of Instruction7
Song of Krishna Kanhai8
Song of Chidananda9
Song of Govinda10
Song of Advaita12
Song of Immanence of Ram12
Song of Sadashiva Narayaria14
Song of Immortality15
Song of So’ham Shivo’ham16
Favourite Songs of Shri Swami Chidanandaji
Saba Hem Samana21
Arunachala Shiva21
Eka Sara Nama22
Radha-ramana Kaho22
Adi Divya Jyoti24
Hara Hara Mahadeva Shambho24
Yamuna Tira Vihari25
Keshava Govinda Krishna25
Prema Mudita26
Parho Pothi Men Rama28
Laga Le Prema Ishvara Se30
Adi Bija Ekale31
Utho Jaga Musaphir32
Mata Pita Bandhu33
Songs to Lord Ganesha
Jaya Ganesha Kirtan38
Shri Ganeshji Ki Arati40
Gaiye Ganapati Jagavandana41
Monday:
Dedicated to Lord Shiva
Shiva Panchakshara Stotram46
Shiva Manasa Puja48
Samba Sadashiva49
Rudrashtakam50
Jaya Shiva Omkara52
Gauri Vara53
Lingashtakam54
Shankara Ji Ka Damaru56
Shankara Shiva Shankara59
Om Shiva Omkara59
Nataraja Nartana Sundara60
Sambasadashiva Bholanatha61
Om Shiva Om Shiva Paratpara63
Hara Gao64
Bol Shankar65
Tuesday:
Dedicated to Lord Subrahmanya
Nad Bindu Kaladi 70
Subrahmanya Shanmukhanatha72
VeI Muruga 72
Hara-harohara Hara-harohara 73
Vnna Mayil Vahanane Shiva74
Subrahmanya Subrahmanya74
Sharavanabhava75
Wednesday:
Dedicated to Shri Krishna
Jagannathashtakam Stotram80
Bhaja Govindam (12 verses)83
Govinda Bolo85
Adheram Madhuram Stotram86
Darshana Do Ghanashyama 89
Bhaktavatsala Govinda91
Gopala Gokula Vallabhipriya92
Rhaja Re Gopalam93
Kamala Vallabha94
Radhe Govinda Bhajo Radhe Gopal94
Ehi Mudam95
Prebhu More96
Govinda Damodara prarthana97
Ana Sundara Shyam98
He Giridhara Gopala100
Jaya Gopal101
Shri Krishna Govinda101
Krishna Govinda Govinda102
Shri Krishnam Vande103
Chalo Mana104
Keshava Madhava Govinda Jaya105
Govinda Jaya Jaya105
Sunaja Sunaja106
VipIna Vihari107
Krishna Krishna Mukunda108
Shri Krishna Chaitanya110
Radhe Radhe110
Bhajo Radhe Govinda112
Jaya Shri Radhe113
Mera Shyama114
Natavara Lal Giridhara Gopal115
Radhe Shyam116
Thursday:
Dedicated to The Spiritual Masters
Gurvashtakam127
Om Guru Jaya Guru129
Sivananda Yogindra Stutih130
Sivananda Stutih133
Guru Hamare135
Bhava Sagara Tarana136
Payoji Mein-ne138
Sivananda Kya Tu Manava Hai139
Deva Deva Sivananda141
Guru Maharaj Guru Jaya Jaya142
Datta Guru Jaya Datta Guru143
Guru Mahima143
Sivananda Ka Darbar Hei145
Ananda Kutira146
Mangala Maya Sivananda148
Ganga Kinare150
Manasa Bhajare151
Jaya Gurudeva Dayanidhe152
Om Gurunatha153
Friday
Dedicated to The Divine Mother
Vani Sarasvati157
Bhovanyashtakam158
Amba Lalite160
Jagadambike162
Dinoddharini164
lshvri Maheshvari165
Vina Pustaka165
Aisa Pyara166
Jaya Jaga Jananai167
Om Shakti Om168
Jaya Narayani Namo’stute168
Gauri Gauri Gange169
Saturday:
Dedicated to Lord Rama,
Shri Hanuman and Lord Venkatesha
Shri Ramachandra Kripalu 174
Thumaka Chalata Ramachandra 175
Rama Na Bisara Bande177
Bhaja Mana Ramacharana Sukhadai178
Payoji Mein-ne138
Dina Nike180
Rama Rama...Nama Tarakam181
Shri Rama Se Koyi Mila De182
Hare Rama Hare Rama182
Ramachandra Raghuvira183
Sita Rama Radhe Shyama184
Raghupati Raghava184
Rama Jinka Nama Hei185
Sita Ram Sita Ram186
Sita Rarna Kaho186
Janaki Natha Sahaya188
Añjaneya Vira192
Vande Santam Shri Hanumantam193
Venkatesha Venkatesha194
Sunday:
Dedicated to Lord Narayana
Achyutam Keshavam200
Shri Badrinatha Vishvambharam202
Hari Tum Haro Jan Ki Bhir204
He Madhava206
Rama Krishna Hari207
Jagadisha Arati209
Hari Hari Bol211
Hari Ke Pyare Hari Hari Bol212
Aditya Narayana213
Vedantic Songs
Nirvana Shatkam218
Sarvam Brahma Mayarn220
Anando’ham220
Ahol Aham Namo Mahyam221
Koi Koi Jane Re222
Shuddho’si Bhuddho’si223
Satyam Jnanam Anantam Brahman224
Omkaram Bindu Samyuktam226
OM OM OM Vichar226
Song of Om226
Devotional Wisdom Songs
Bhajo Re Bhaiya227
Aba Sounpa Diya228
Jyot Se Jyot Jagate Chalo230
Rama Sumira 231
Nama Japana232
Shankaraya Mangalam233
Sumirana Kara Le234
Closing Satsang Prayers
The Universal Prayer237
Shlokas238
prabhu-Prarthana (He Prabho) 239
Appendix
Hanurnan Chalisa241
Nama Ramayanam254
Glossary of Divine Names264
Alphabetical List of Songs by First Lines275
Item Code:
NAD140
Cover:
Paperback
Edition:
2011
Publisher:
The Divine Life Society
Language:
Transliterated Text with English Translation
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8.5 inch X 5.4 inch
Pages:
304 (With B/W Illustrations)
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Foreword

In this modern age, it is very difficult for people to practice austerities or Tapascharya. Over time man has degenerated physically and mentally. It is not easy for him to practice the demanding Yogas required by the spirituality of Sanathana Dharma. Modern man has no time for God. Knowing this, Sat Gurudev Sri Swami Sivanandaji Maharaj encouraged the practice of Sankirtan Yoga and the singing of Bhajans glorifying the many manifestations of the one omnipresent Divine Reality.

Sankirtan Yoga is the chanting of the Divine Name pouring forth from the hearts and minds of the lovers of God. ‘Kirtan’ comes from the root word Kirt, meaning to call, to repeat, to praise, to glorify. ‘Bhajan’ means devotional prayer or hymns set to music as well as worship or adoration of the Lord. The word ‘Bhajan’ comes from the root word Bhaj, meaning to worship, to serve, to honour.

Kirtans and Bhajans can be practised both individually and collectively. All modern Saints have encouraged this Yoga. During his travels all over India, Sat Gurudev Sri Swami Sivanandaji Maharaj conducted many Sankirtan Sammelons, which is the singing of Bhajans and Kirtans among large groups of devotees.

Our ancients knew that the easiest way to progress on the spiritual path is to repeat the Divine Name. Constant repetition of the Divine Name brings about purification of the mind; and when heart and mind are purified, peace arises.

The original prototype of this book, entitled Inspiring Songs and Kirtans, was written by Sat Gurudev Sri Swami Sivanandaji Maharaj in 1943. It contained a collection of inspiring and instructive songs written by Gurudev himself. Revered Sri Swami Chidanandaji Maharaj later made some additions and also greatly propagated the chanting and repetition of the Name of God wherever he went. Over the years certain Bhajans, often repeated by Revered Sri Swami Chidanandaji Maharaj, became dearly loved. The present book is a compilation of those songs, the traditional and favourite Bhajans and Kirtans that have been sung at Sivananda Ashram in Rishikesh since Gurudev’s time.

I want to specially thank Sri Swami Divyabhavananda Mataji and Sri Suchita Lusardi Mataji for having given so much of their time and combined effort to bring about this new book of Devotional Songs and also the many residents of the Ashram and devotees, near and far, who provided invaluable assistance translating the songs into English and giving other helpful service and advice, especially His Holiness Sri Swami Hamsanandaji Maharaj, Sri Swami Devabhaktanandaji, Sri Swami Akhilanandaji, Sri Swami Shivashritananda Mataji, Sri Choudhury Gourahari Mishra, Cristina Capello, Shanta Subba Rao Mataji, Neelmani Khaturia, Liliana Vinaya Mataji and Alan Neachell. Our special thanks goes to Dr. T. V. Vasudeva Dharmadhikari, Deputy Director of the Kuppuswami Shastri Research Institute, Chennal, for his guidance in all matters concerning the transliteration and translation of the Sanskrit Devanagari script.

May the benedictions of Sat Gurudev ever be upon them all and upon all those who aspire to glorify God through the chanting of the Divine Name.

Preface

The depth of Bhava (devotion), abundance of faith, sincerity of purpose, and loving contemplation on the Lord may lead to the outpouring of our devotion in a musical form. It is a very powerful form of prayer in the Bhakti Yoga tradition. Depending on the depth of devotion and love felt by the devotee when immersed in sacred chanting, enriching spiritual experiences can occur. The Omnipresent, Omnipotent, Omniscient Lord, Who is One without a second, Who is all-pervading, present within and without in every nook and corner of the entire cosmos, out of compassion for his most deserving devotees has on several occasions revealed Himself, assuming the form most loved by them.

Gurudev has said, “By prayer a connection is established between the devotee and God, a channel is made for the flow of divine grace and blessings from God to the devotee.”

The sincere devotees of the Lord who have taken great pains to compile this book along with editing have done a great service to most worshipful Sri Gurudev. May the choicest blessings of Sri Gurudev be showered upon them! May the singing of these Bhajans and Kirtans serve to unite the entire Sivananda Parivar (family) throughout the world.

Gurudev Swami Sivanandaji Maharaj

GURUDEV SWAMI SIVANANDAJI MAHARAJ was the Founder and President of the Divine Life Society from the year of its establishment in 1936 until his Mahasamadhi in 1963. He never left his beloved India, except when serving as a doctor in Malaysia as a young man. Yet, today his name is loved and respected in every country in the world. He was a beacon of light, a spiritually illumined soul who was born to give the message of spiritual life to thousands all over the globe. Even now, after almost five decades of his merging in the Supreme, seekers continue to heed his call and endeavour to follow his teachings.

In his unique desire to make others happy, Revered Gurudev decided to share his divine treasure of wisdom with anyone eager to listen. He did it out of compassion for all humanity, not only of his time, but of the times to come. What a great soul! He was thinking of us even before our birth!

He wrote hundreds of books with such love that anyone reading them can feel that someone very near and dear is talking to them personally telling, “Do this, do that, my child, you will enjoy perennial happiness.”

Our beloved Gurudev was generous beyond measure. The only way to show our gratitude is to sincerely make his teachings our own and allow them to take us to the Supreme Abode. That would surely fill his cup of joy to overflowing!

May his blessings ever be upon us!

Shri Swami Chidanandaji Maharaj

His Holiness Shri Swami Chidanandaji Maharaj served as the esteemed President of The DMne Life Society from 1963 until his Mahasamadhi in August 2008. His entire life was totally consecrated to continuing Gurudev Shri Swami Sivanandaji’s spiritual mission. This kept him engaged day and night in teaching, training, guiding, encouraging, consoling, helping, and transforming the lives of innumerable individuals around the world, from all walks of life, and bringing about a spiritual awakening in the hearts of thousands. In his radiant presence, one heard the timeless call to liberation.

Swamiji embodied the eternal truths of the ancient Rishis of Vedic times blended perfectly with the teachings of Lord Buddha and Jesus Christ. In the West he was known as Saint Francis of India, because his humility and tender-hearted love extended not only to all persons great and small, but to all animals, birds, insects and plants. He championed caring for the environment, because he revered the Earth, indeed the whole Cosmos, as Divinity in manifest form. Swamiji never tired of reminding us that this human birth is a precious gift, not to be wasted, but to be used to draw nearer to God with every breath, every thought, every word, every action.

May his blessings ever be upon us!

Shri Swami Krishnanandaji Maharaj

REVERED SHRI SWAMI KRISHNANANDAJI MAHARAJ was the General Secretary of the Divine Life Society for nearly forty years. He was one among the brilliant disciples of the Master. Gurudev Shri Swami Sivanandaji Maharaj used to call him our ‘Dakshinamurti’ and ‘Shankaracharya Swami Krishnanandaji was a Sage of towering wisdom and insight. He was a Master of practically every system of Indian and Western philosophy. He was an adept in Raja Yoga (the yoga of meditation) and an illustrious exponent of Vedanta (the ancient wisdom teachings of the Upanishads).

In him, work and wisdom enjoyed a harmonious blend. His total, dynamic involvement in daily activities as General Secretary of the Society and as revered Guru to many seeking souls was truly inspiring! His books constitute the invaluable legacy he left behind to the entire spiritual world. To read his books, the majority of which are the outcome of his extemporaneous discourses, is to set oneself in tune with the Ultimate Reality.

May his blessings ever be upon us!

Back of the Book

Blessed indeed are those who sing God’s name, for they will be freed from the wheel of birth and death and will attain immortality.

- Sri Swami Sivananda

CONTENTS
Foreword v
Phonetic Pronunciation Guidexiv
Prefacexvi
Homage to our Gurusxvii
Songs Composed By Shri Swami Sivananda Ji
Song of Divine Life3
Song of Eighteen “Ities”4
Song of Admonition4
Song of Salutation6
Song of Instruction7
Song of Krishna Kanhai8
Song of Chidananda9
Song of Govinda10
Song of Advaita12
Song of Immanence of Ram12
Song of Sadashiva Narayaria14
Song of Immortality15
Song of So’ham Shivo’ham16
Favourite Songs of Shri Swami Chidanandaji
Saba Hem Samana21
Arunachala Shiva21
Eka Sara Nama22
Radha-ramana Kaho22
Adi Divya Jyoti24
Hara Hara Mahadeva Shambho24
Yamuna Tira Vihari25
Keshava Govinda Krishna25
Prema Mudita26
Parho Pothi Men Rama28
Laga Le Prema Ishvara Se30
Adi Bija Ekale31
Utho Jaga Musaphir32
Mata Pita Bandhu33
Songs to Lord Ganesha
Jaya Ganesha Kirtan38
Shri Ganeshji Ki Arati40
Gaiye Ganapati Jagavandana41
Monday:
Dedicated to Lord Shiva
Shiva Panchakshara Stotram46
Shiva Manasa Puja48
Samba Sadashiva49
Rudrashtakam50
Jaya Shiva Omkara52
Gauri Vara53
Lingashtakam54
Shankara Ji Ka Damaru56
Shankara Shiva Shankara59
Om Shiva Omkara59
Nataraja Nartana Sundara60
Sambasadashiva Bholanatha61
Om Shiva Om Shiva Paratpara63
Hara Gao64
Bol Shankar65
Tuesday:
Dedicated to Lord Subrahmanya
Nad Bindu Kaladi 70
Subrahmanya Shanmukhanatha72
VeI Muruga 72
Hara-harohara Hara-harohara 73
Vnna Mayil Vahanane Shiva74
Subrahmanya Subrahmanya74
Sharavanabhava75
Wednesday:
Dedicated to Shri Krishna
Jagannathashtakam Stotram80
Bhaja Govindam (12 verses)83
Govinda Bolo85
Adheram Madhuram Stotram86
Darshana Do Ghanashyama 89
Bhaktavatsala Govinda91
Gopala Gokula Vallabhipriya92
Rhaja Re Gopalam93
Kamala Vallabha94
Radhe Govinda Bhajo Radhe Gopal94
Ehi Mudam95
Prebhu More96
Govinda Damodara prarthana97
Ana Sundara Shyam98
He Giridhara Gopala100
Jaya Gopal101
Shri Krishna Govinda101
Krishna Govinda Govinda102
Shri Krishnam Vande103
Chalo Mana104
Keshava Madhava Govinda Jaya105
Govinda Jaya Jaya105
Sunaja Sunaja106
VipIna Vihari107
Krishna Krishna Mukunda108
Shri Krishna Chaitanya110
Radhe Radhe110
Bhajo Radhe Govinda112
Jaya Shri Radhe113
Mera Shyama114
Natavara Lal Giridhara Gopal115
Radhe Shyam116
Thursday:
Dedicated to The Spiritual Masters
Gurvashtakam127
Om Guru Jaya Guru129
Sivananda Yogindra Stutih130
Sivananda Stutih133
Guru Hamare135
Bhava Sagara Tarana136
Payoji Mein-ne138
Sivananda Kya Tu Manava Hai139
Deva Deva Sivananda141
Guru Maharaj Guru Jaya Jaya142
Datta Guru Jaya Datta Guru143
Guru Mahima143
Sivananda Ka Darbar Hei145
Ananda Kutira146
Mangala Maya Sivananda148
Ganga Kinare150
Manasa Bhajare151
Jaya Gurudeva Dayanidhe152
Om Gurunatha153
Friday
Dedicated to The Divine Mother
Vani Sarasvati157
Bhovanyashtakam158
Amba Lalite160
Jagadambike162
Dinoddharini164
lshvri Maheshvari165
Vina Pustaka165
Aisa Pyara166
Jaya Jaga Jananai167
Om Shakti Om168
Jaya Narayani Namo’stute168
Gauri Gauri Gange169
Saturday:
Dedicated to Lord Rama,
Shri Hanuman and Lord Venkatesha
Shri Ramachandra Kripalu 174
Thumaka Chalata Ramachandra 175
Rama Na Bisara Bande177
Bhaja Mana Ramacharana Sukhadai178
Payoji Mein-ne138
Dina Nike180
Rama Rama...Nama Tarakam181
Shri Rama Se Koyi Mila De182
Hare Rama Hare Rama182
Ramachandra Raghuvira183
Sita Rama Radhe Shyama184
Raghupati Raghava184
Rama Jinka Nama Hei185
Sita Ram Sita Ram186
Sita Rarna Kaho186
Janaki Natha Sahaya188
Añjaneya Vira192
Vande Santam Shri Hanumantam193
Venkatesha Venkatesha194
Sunday:
Dedicated to Lord Narayana
Achyutam Keshavam200
Shri Badrinatha Vishvambharam202
Hari Tum Haro Jan Ki Bhir204
He Madhava206
Rama Krishna Hari207
Jagadisha Arati209
Hari Hari Bol211
Hari Ke Pyare Hari Hari Bol212
Aditya Narayana213
Vedantic Songs
Nirvana Shatkam218
Sarvam Brahma Mayarn220
Anando’ham220
Ahol Aham Namo Mahyam221
Koi Koi Jane Re222
Shuddho’si Bhuddho’si223
Satyam Jnanam Anantam Brahman224
Omkaram Bindu Samyuktam226
OM OM OM Vichar226
Song of Om226
Devotional Wisdom Songs
Bhajo Re Bhaiya227
Aba Sounpa Diya228
Jyot Se Jyot Jagate Chalo230
Rama Sumira 231
Nama Japana232
Shankaraya Mangalam233
Sumirana Kara Le234
Closing Satsang Prayers
The Universal Prayer237
Shlokas238
prabhu-Prarthana (He Prabho) 239
Appendix
Hanurnan Chalisa241
Nama Ramayanam254
Glossary of Divine Names264
Alphabetical List of Songs by First Lines275
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