Descriptionhe Sri Rudram is from Krishna Yajur Veda in the Taithireeya Samhita in the fourth and seventh chapters. Rudram is the most sacred prayer-chant to worship Lord Siva. This prayer to Lord Rudra has two parts - the Namakam (verses ending with Nama) and the Chamakam (Verses ending with Cha May). Rudram is a hymn offered to the all-pervading Brahman, designated as Rudra-Śiva, present in auspicious, benign forms as well as terrible forms which he assumes at the time of the dissolution. Chamakam on the other hand lists out the blessings that one receives on praying to Lord Rudra. Chamakam depicts the picture of human happiness and defines the highest desires to be asked. After praying and identifying Rudra with everything in the Namakam, Chamakam is usually recited immediately after, in which the devotee asks Him to bless with the highest. The Sri Rudram has 11 anuvakas (passages) of Namakam and 11 anuvakas (passages) of Chamakam.
From : Monday, February 3, 2020 - 19:00
To : Monday, February 3, 2020 - 20:30
Venue : Sathya Sai Centre of Piton
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