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Rudram

This app has Rudram Namakam, Chamakam in
English,
Telugu,
Hindi
, Malayalam,
Kannada,
Tamil

Rudram is a stotra dedicated to Rudra (an epithet of Shiva), taken from the Yajurveda.
Shri Rudram is also known as Sri Rudraprasna and Rudradhyaya.
Through the chanting of Sri Rudram, Lord Shiva's various attributes and aspects are invoked and worshiped.
The Rudram chanting can be done with or without the accompaniment of a Vedic yagna ritual.
When accompanied with the Vedic fire ritual, it is called the Rudra Yagnam.
It is said that Lord Shiva, after Bhasmasura was killed with the help of Lord Maha Vishnu, performed the Tandava Dance and then performed the "Rudra Yagna" for the betterment of humanity.
The place where the Rudra Yagna was performed is where the "Sri Kalahasti" Temple stands now.
Namakam (chapter five) describes the name or epithets of Rudra, which represent his aspects.
The Chamakam (chapter seven) asks for the fulfillment of wishes. Each part consist of eleven anuvaka.
The mantra, Om Namah Sivaya is also derived from the Shri Rudram.

This app has Rudram Namakam, Chamakam in
English,
Telugu,
Hindi
Malayalam
Kannada,
Tamil

Rudram is a stotra that is dedicated to Rudra (an epithet of Shiva) and comes from Yajurveda.
Shri Rudram is also known as Sri Rudraprasna and Rudradhyaya.
By singing Sri Rudram, the various attributes and aspects of Lord Shiva are invoked and worshiped.
Rudram chanting can be done with or without the accompaniment of a Vedic Yagna ritual.
In connection with the Vedic fire ritual it is called Rudra Yagnam.
It is said that after Bhasmasura was killed with the help of Lord Maha Vishnu, Lord Shiva performed the tandava dance and then performed the "rudra yagna" for the betterment of humanity.
The place where the Rudra Yagna was performed is today's "Sri Kalahasti" temple.
Namakam (Chapter 5) describes the name or epithets of Rudra that represent its aspects.
The Chamakam (chapter seven) asks for the fulfillment of wishes. Each part consists of eleven anuvaka.
The mantra Om Namah Sivaya is also derived from Shri Rudram.