Prayer requires a living faith in God and there is no grace of God without prayer. Shakti Mahimna Stotra composed by the Sagte Durvasa is a famous hymn in the worship of Shakti. The first part of this work contains the Matrikas (the mystic syllables) like Soundarya Lahari the first pat of this Stotra forms as the explanation of Mantras and the second part describes the form of Shakti. The method of meditating upon Kundalini, the efficacy of Bijakasharas especially the 15 lettered Mantra, Kamakala Vimarsana. Shakti’s Gayatri form, the form of Sri Chakra, and the effect of Mahapraasaada vidya etc are dealt with in the first part. The meditation on the foot of to head of Shakti, the power of her weapons, and the inner form of worship etc are explained in the later part.
Shiva Mahimna Stotra is a prayer to Lord Shiva composed (earlier that 10th century A.D.) with a devotional fervour by Pushpadanta the famous devotee of the Lord. As the numerous learned commentaries on the hymn is that it could be applied to Vishnu also, as interpreted by Madhusudana Saraswathi.
In addition to the above Stotras, this compact disc containd Shivaa Shakti Stotra, etc. appropriate to the Aradhana of Shiva Shakti. The listening to these stotras would invoke the blessings of the divine couple and bring merits, wealth and prosperity! These hymns are rendered in the spiritual tunes by Dr. R. Thyagarajan H.O.D. of Sanskrit Prsidency College, Chennai along with his team Sri Malolakannan, Dr. Bhaktavatsalam. Sri Sivarajan and Dr. L. Sampath Kumar, supported by the Music Director Sri. V. Manikkavinayagam.
1. Shivaa – Shakti Stotra
2. Daaridriya Dahana Shiva Stotra.