Naman: Mantras for Children & Naman Two (Two Audio CDs)

Item Code: ICQ001
Pandit Jasraj Times Music (2007)
From the CD:

‘Nurturing Spirituality in Children’

The need of drawing our children back into the sphere of Hindu sanskars’ was never more urgent than it is in the new millennium. With Western culture influencing us in every sphere of life, rediscovering our roots is a necessity that cannot be ignored any longer. Recent times have witnessed a resurgence of spirituality. Once again we seem to have discovered the power and potency of our ancient mantras, shlokas and aartis! It is now our duty to bring our children into the fold of spiritually conscious human beings.

In Naman and Naman II, Times Music had emphasized how prayers inculcate in children a reverence for our ancient culture, an aspiration to live up to it, and a correct understanding of he deeper implications of life.

To bring t our children the same spiritual experiences we went through in our childhood is difficult. Yet we would like our children to understand the basic concepts, beliefs and values of our religion and this life. Inculcating in children the fundamental characteristics of our heritage is essential, and this training has to begin in their formative an most impressionable years.

Prayers have been found to be effective in kindling the sentiments to serve, to generate true affection in relationships, to inculcate persona discipline and the true spirit of leadership. We can hone the ability to express and assert one’s individuality through prayers. Moreover, it is a scientifically proven fact that the recitation of certain mantras is known to have he power to sharpen the intellect, rectify certain speech defects and improve mental and intellectual faculties on the whole. Most importantly, prayers have the power to weed out psychological in young children.

Naman constitutes shlokas addressed to the Guru, and various Gods and Goddesses who have the power to touch our lives. The shlokas and aartis are set to melodious music and presented in such a way as to be easy to memorize. Both albums seek to fuse the rituals and prayers together, thereby bringing divine orientation into young lives. Together these two albums promise excellence for our future generations!


1. Signature Prayer for Ears Inc. by Sanger Martand Pandit Jasraj
2. Introduction & Commentary on morning Shlokas
3. Morning shlokas
4. Commentary on daytime shlokas
5. Daytime shlokas
6. Commentary on evening shlokas
7. Evening shlokas
8. Commentary on nighttime shlokas
9. Nighttime shlokas
10. Prarthana

Signature Prayer for Ears Inc-
Sanger Martand Pandit Jasraj
Music Director- Shaarang Dev
Lead Singer- Rattan Mohan Sharma
Music arranger- Vasant More

Naman Two

1. Signature Prayer
2. Commentary
3. “Aum”
4. Surya Namaskaar
5. Snaana Mantra
6. Ganesh Stuti
7. Shree Pragyavivardhanam Mantra
8. Saraswati Shloka/Saraswati Dwadash Naamavali
9. Deep Poojanam
10. Mahamrityunjaya Mantra
11. Shree Ramraksha Stotra
12. Vaani Dosha Nivaran Mantra
13. Duhswapna Nivaran Mantra
14. Vande Maataram written by Bankimchandra Chatterjee

Signature Prayer for Ears Inc-
Sanger Martand Pandit Jasraj
Lead Singer: Rekha Bharadwaj
Children chorus: Ishwari Pandit,
Sneha Suresh, Ankita Bhattacharya,
Chhavi Sodhani, Pragya Sodhani.

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