|ōṃ śrī gaṇēśāya namaḥ|
|śrutismṛtipurāṇānām ālayaṃ karuṇālayam|
|namāmi bhagavatpādaṃ śaṅkaraṃ lōkaśaṅkaram|
|asmadācāryaparyantāṃ vandē guruparamparām|
In this GitHub repository, we hope to make available high-quality PDFs for printing as well as devices such as Kindle, along with tools to proofread (long-term goal!). Perhaps, it may well be possible to integrate
stotrasamhita.net with this
github.io page. You are also free to fork these repositories and typeset your own PDFs. This repository is also home to various projects.
Stōtrasaṃhitā is a wiki of stotrams and namavalis, displayed in many Indian scripts. The great rishis and saints of bhāratadēśam have left us a treasure trove of excellent stotras. There have been many wonderful books publishing these, such as the mantrapuṣpam (from Sri Ramakrisha Mutt) and bṛhatstōtraratnākaram, to name a few. A vast majority of these stotras are in saṃskṛtam, and one needs to be able to read dēvanāgarī lipi, to be able to recite these stotras. However, with a multitude of languages and scripts in our country, many people are more comfortable with their own mother tongue. Stōtrasaṃhitā seeks to bridge this gap, by rendering these languages in multiple lipis, thanks to Translipi.
This is a massive book containing (nearly) all the stotras on the StotraSamhita website. It can be printed out in A5 format (with mirror margins, “A5-print”) or for reading on 8” tablets (A5). There is also a Kindle version of the PDF, which works perfect on 6” devices such as the Kindle Paperwhite (highly recommended!).
Veda Mantra Book
Contains several Suktas, MahaNyasa etc.
Contains 25 prashnas from three Ashtakams in Krishna Yajurveda Taittiriya Brahmanam, as well as Aranyakas and Kathakam.
Contains ArunaPrashna, Saha Vai, Chittissruk, Namo Vache, Devai Vai, PareyuvaMsam, Taittiriyopanishat, Mahanarayanopanishat and Kathakam.
Contains several Namavalis (1000, 108, 300).
Shrimad Bhagavad Gita
Contains Dhyana Shlokas, all 18 chapters of Shrimad Bhagavad Gita, along with Mahatmyam from Varaha Puranam and Yamunacharya’s Gitartha Sangraha.
Contains complete Adhyatma Ramayanam, including Uttara Kandam.
Contains complete Valmiki Ramayanam, including Uttara Kandam, based on the bombay.indology.info version.