Author: Rattan Mohan Sharma
Contributor(s)/Artiste(s): Kedar Pandit/Rajendra Doorkar/Sandeep Kulkarni et
Publisher: Vale Music
ISBN/UPC (if available): SET - H001
Sapta means seven and shati means hundred. So, these are seven hundred shlokas in prayer of Goddess Durga.
In Hindu religion Durga Satptashati is the highest level of worship of Durga. The origin of this scripture traces to MARKANDEYA PURAN. These are some of the rarest and most beautifully scripted shlokas.
This is for the first time that in a compilation of these shlokas has been musically presented. Here we present as never before done, a full version of Durga Saptashati. Our presentation starts the way Durga Saptashati has to be undertaken as per the Vedic rituals. Some very authentic Vedic recitation experts-Brahmavrind-have rendered most of these seven hundred chants.
POORVRAN -Aachaman, Sankalp, Aasasvidhi and Sankalp, Aasanvidhi, Ganesh Smaran, Sadguru Smaran, Bhootshuddhi, Deep Smaran, Saraswati Smaran, Saraswati Aavaahan, Shaapoddhaar Mantra, Utkeelan Mantra, Kavach.
Keelak- Navaarn Mantra, Moolamantra Nyaas, Deek Vandan, Dhyaanam, Maanasopachaar, Maala Namaskaar,
Nyaas- Raatrisookta, Saptashati Nyaas, Panchakshar Mantra, Saptashati Dhyaan.
Adhyaay-1, 2, 3, 4
Adhyaay -5, 6, 7, 8,9,10,
Adhyaay- 11, 12, 13,
Uttarrang- Nayaas, Dhyaan, Devi Sookta, Mantra Jaap, Nyaas, Jap Nivedan, Pradhanik Rahasya, Vaikrutik Rahasya, Moorti Rahasya, Utkeelan Mantra,
Kshama Prarthana, Kunjeeka Stotra, Aarti