|Anjana nandanam Veeram janaki soka nasanam Description ...more details|
|Hanuman Chalisa, the boon of Tulsidas to all the Hindus in the world Description ...more details|
|'Harivarasanam' was written by Kumbakudi Kulathur Iyer Description ...more details|
|Brahma Murari Sura architha Lingam,Nirmala bashitha Shobitha Lingam Description ...more details|
|Mahaprabhu Srimad Vallabhacharya (1479-1531) is one of the greatest Description ...more details|
|Shambho Maha deva deva, ShivaShambho Maha deva devesa Shambho Description ...more details|
|Sashti Kavasam -2|
|yemathil saamathil yethirvel kaaka thaamatham neeki chathurvel kaaka Description ...more details|
|Sastha is the son of Lord Vishnu and Lord Shiva Description ...more details|
|Sastha is the son born to Lord Vishnu when he took the form Description ...more details|
|Kanda Shasti Kavasam is composed by Devaraya Swamigal Description ...more details|
|This great Suprabhatham was composed Description ...more details|
|Balaji Sahasranamavali in Sanskrit Description ...more details|
|Venkatesa Sahasranamavali Description ...more details|
Slokas on Sri Devi and Sri Vaishnavism
One of the best sites on the Web for slokas on Devi and Sri Vaishnavism, in general, is www.prapatti.com. The site hosts most of the famous slokas and Stutis for Goddess Lakshmi such as Sri Suktham, Durga Suktham etc as well as Vishnu Sahasranamam and an excellent compilation of stutis and slokas from Sri Vaishnavism. These slokas are available in multiple languages, in PDF format, and also in the form of MP3 audio recordings. Another reason we are able to endorse this site wholeheartedly is that it contains NO commercial advertisements - perfectly suiting the charter requirements of the Temple's website.
Slokas on other Deities
We have not been able to find a similar complement for Saivite deities in one location, devoid of the distractions and headaches of commercial advertisements.sanskritdocuments.org is a good site with several Veda ghoshas in Sanskrit - including Sri Rudram, Chamakam and the Pancha Sookthas. www.vedamantram.com is another such site.There are several popular books that contain most of the slokas we chant at the Temple:
+ Mantra Pushpam Sanskrit from Sri Ramakrishna Mutt is an eternal classic - its pocket book size edition is always sold out.
For Vaishnavam please visit www.prapatti.com
For Shaivam please visit www.shaivam.org
For kids slokas please visit www.slokakids.com
wikipedia.org also has several contributions
on Hinduism, and possibly slokas too.