Sri Venkatesha Suprabhatam
Suprabhatam (Meaning auspicious dawn in Sanskrit) is the ubiquitous Morning Prayer recited in praise of the lord so as to awaken Him from his slumber. The Venkatesha Suprabhatam in praise of Lord Venkatesha was composed by Sri Prathivadhi Bayankaram Anna Vedanthachari, and consists of four parts: Suprabhatam, Sri Venkatesha Stotram, Prapathi, and Mangalam.
The Vishnu Sahasranama is a list of 1,000 names of Lord Vishnu, the Preserver within the “Hindu Trinity- Brahma- Vishnu- Mahesh”. It is also one of the most sacred and commonly chanted stotra. Each name eulogizes one of His countless great attributes.
For the very first times these classic verses have been presented in a unique way that combines melodious female voices with modern musical arrangements thus creating a refreshing new sound and a powerful and divine aura.
1. Sri Venkatesha Suprabhatam- 23:17
2. Vishnu Sahasranama- 52:07