About Hindu Devotional Blog

What is Hindu Devotional Blog?

Hindu Devotional Blog (http://www.hindudevotionalblog.com/ earlier titled http://msabhiblog.blogspot.com/ ) is an online blog or website dedicated to Hinduism and to help people obtain the Lyrics of Hindu Sanskrit Stotras, Mantras, Slokas, and devotional Bhajan Songs. The blog will also feature Video Songs of Mantras, Stothrams, and Bhajan Songs, so that people can hear the songs while they chant the stotras or read the lyrics of stotras. Hindu Devotional Blog will also feature articles about major Hindu Temples, Hindu Festivals, Hindu Rituals, Hindu religious places of visit (or Pilgrimage places) and pictures of Gods and Goddesses.

Your Inspiration behind Hindu Devotional Blog?

Since my younger days I’m interested in obtaining lyrics of my favourite songs – both devotional songs as well as film songs. Sometimes it was really hard for me to get the correct lyrics of such great Stotras or Hindu Bhajans.

I intentionally haven’t started this Hindu Devotional Blog. According to me, Everything Happens For A Reason! And this is the main reason why the Blog URL was just http://msabhiblog.blogspot.com/ and not something like devotional-blog.blogspot.com/ or something like that. Later I registered this new domain http://www.hindudevotionalblog.com/ so that it will be easy for people to remember the domain and check back it at a later date.

This is the short story on how I started this Hindu religion and spirituality blog. One day I thought to start a blog and post a few stotras lyrics and pictures of Gods I have with me. I started it only for myself for my reference when I need it. However, to my surprise my pages were shown on Google Search and I have seen there are many people who are like me and in search of these divine Stotras and Mantras. So I thought to spend more time for this religious website and post as many Stotras and Slokas I can, together with Video Songs, so that people can hear the songs while they read the lyrics. This is because not everyone is aware of how to chant these Sanskrit mantras.

Whom do you consider you are grateful to create this Hindu Devotional Blog?

First, I would like to thank the Almighty God who is always there showering blessings to me to build this Hindu Devotional Blog.

I am deeply indebted to my parents, especially my Mother for her moral support and encouragement for not only building this site but also throughout my life. I don't mind saying, without my Mother I won’t be anything in my life.

My Guiding Light for This Site

I would like my convey my sincere gratitude to One Great Person, whom I consider my Guru – Mr. PR Ramachander. Ramachander Sir may not be aware that he have a disciple like me, but with a few visits to his website(s) I consider him as my Atmiya Guru. I’m sure his blessings are always with me which helped me to create such a blog.

About Sri PR Ramachander

Sri PR Ramachander is a Kerala Brahmin born in Chelakkara, Trichur District, Kerala. Now settled in Bangalore, Ramachander Sir is a retired Scientist, and was recognized by an institution in England as one of the Top Scientists of the millennium.

Ramachander Sir’s website Stothra Rathnas features more than 340 Sanskrit stotras with their English transliteration and translation. Mr Ramachander Sir is the first person (according to me) who have made such a great job by posting all of these great stotras in Internet and helped other people who are excitedly searching for lyrics of Sanskrit stotras.

Here is the URL for Ramachander Sir’s Stothra Rathna Website

http://stotraratna.sathyasaibababrotherhood.org/

How to contact Me?

I'm not sure whether you need to contact me for anything :) . Anyway, My name is Abhilash MS and you can contact me for any queries about Hindu Devotional Blog or any other help you think I can offer you. My email ID is hindudevotionalblog@gmail.com

Thanks for stopping by and May God Bless All!

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21 comments:

  1. Thanks , Abilash. At this young age your dreams and God have made you a very great person. I am old and what I do is in my spare time , by the great blessings of God,. I always thought that I am not doing the work, but God is making me do it for him. May God bless you, Ramachander

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  2. May God bless you , Abilash , because you are young, you have to do your work and you are doing service to God. I am an old retired person and I believe that God is making me do his work, With best wishes, Ramachander

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  3. Thanks you very much Sir, I know your blessing are always with me. And the stotras you posted in the site is my inspiration to spread this great mantras to everyone who is looking for it. I'm also trying to learn these stotras while doing this and my wish is to post all those stotras as video/mp3 files. I believe God will help me to do that soon :)

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  4. Thank you very much Abhilash. I came to US for my studies, and missed some of pooja books in India. The Ganesh chalisa - I forgot in between.
    I love this blog. Nice thing. I learned much more from your blog. Wish you good luck. Thanks. Aditi

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  5. Thank you Abhilash. I was looking for Ganesh Chalisa for very long - as I forgot in between.
    I learned a alot from your blog. Thank you.

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  6. Felt good when I came across your blog. Good work. God bless you!

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  7. DEAR ABHILASH,

    YOU ARE DOING A WONDERFUL WORK! MAY GOD BLESS YOU!

    I HAVE A REQUEST. CAN YOU PLEASE POST A COLLECTION OF ALL THE PRAYERS & STHOTHRAS THAT A HINDU SHOULD RECITE DAILY AT DIFFERENT OCCASSIONS? LIKE FOR EXAMPLE WHEN ONE WAKES UP, TAKES BATH, EATS AND WHILE GOING TO BED.

    I WANT TO START TEACHING THE CHILDREN WITH THESE SIMPLE PRAYERS.

    PLEASE RESPOND.

    HARSHA

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  8. Hi Harsha,

    Glad to know you like the Hindu Devotional Blog and thanks for your kind words.

    I have already posted a few of the mantras and stotras a person needs to chant daily here

    http://www.hindudevotionalblog.com/search/label/Daily%20Prayers

    I'll complete the list soon by adding the remaining ones as well.

    I'm glad to see you are interested in the same.

    Thank You,

    Abhilash MS

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  9. Dear Sri Abhilash,
    Extremely happy to see ur blog. It is really great collection. I appreciate ur effort & sincerity in this mammoth task. I would have been more happy had u given the slokas in devanagari script along with English. I keep on refering to ur blog frequently.
    Thanks a lot

    Suresh K Patki
    Bangalore

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  10. Hats off to you Abhilash! I feel very happy seeing this blog., It's wealth of information and knowledge pertaining to our powerful yet modest & superior HINDU religion., God Bless you and your family.

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  11. very nice blog.i think i will find answers to all my questions here....thanks for this effort.

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  12. Hi abhilash
    I have found your blog very informative. Could you plz tell me about sevayat or servitor tradition in hindu temples if you have any information. I am asking about this everywhere with the hope somebody would come with the right answers.
    regards
    piyush.

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  13. Hi Abhilash

    Very interesting to read about your inspiration behind starting this blog.
    Great resources. In fact I have learned several stotras from here

    By the way the website
    http://www.geocities.com/ramya475/
    is not loading. Can you provide the correct URL?

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  14. Hi Lalitha,

    The Geocities site link was changed..I just edited and posted the new link in the article. Please check it.

    Thanks,

    Abhi

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  15. Hi Abhilas,
    Thanks a lot for creating and maintaining this website. May God bless you always.

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  16. Hi Abhilash,

    Hats off Abhilash ..I am very happy to see ur blog. It is really great collection. I appreciate ur effort
    God Bless you and your family

    Thanks
    ASVN Shivakumar
    Sr.Software Engineer
    Bangalore

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  17. Hi Abhi Sir,
    I am very Happy about your website.May I use some images( Only )
    of Shiva in my website.I place a link to your website on my
    website.Please let me know your
    response.

    Regards

    HK Mohan

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  18. Accidentally viewed this site however, was really happy to see a wide range of topics especially the wide range of Stotras in English & Hindi are really helpful.
    Hope this site touches great heights.
    Thanks Abhilashji.

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  19. Dear Abilash,
    Due to the request of several friends from Kerala I have started translating Thujathu Ezhuthachan's Adyathma Ramayana. I have completed the translation of Bala Kandam and posted it in http://rajathathas.blogspot.in/
    Can you help me by putting this in your web site. My blessings to you , Ramachander.P.R.

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  20. Dear Shri Abilash; SAIRAM. GREETINGS.
    Just saw your blog with wonderful postings. Good service, pl. keep it up. Hv been composing lyrics in Tamil on the glory of Ambal Neelayadakshi of Nagapattinam. Ten of my songs have been set to music by Violinist Mullaivasai Shri Chandramouli and his team and we have produced this album titled 'Amudhame Kumudhame'. These are posted in some sites and Shri P.R. Ramachander has been kind enough to post in his blog translations of some of my songs in his blog. Sunaadawebradio have been playing the songs on occasions particularly during Navrathri. Would like to post them in your website too for the benefit of devotees on hearing from you. Thanks and Regards. V. Ramaswamy

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  21. Dear Abhilash

    Thank you for creating this wonderful blog - I am in love with our culture and all these devotional stotram mean a lot to me

    When I sing along my bhajans - I get the lyrics from your website

    God Bless - keep up the good work

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