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The Tanpura is an ideal instrument to accompany mantra-singingMohani playing the Tanpura

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Mohani Heitel | Mantra Mohini

Vishnu Stotras: Hymns Of Praise And Prayer

Mohani Heitel

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Vishnu Stotras is a collection of hymns and prayers dedicated to Lord Vishnu and His incarnations as Rama and Krishna, sung by Mohani Heitel accompanying herself with Tanpura. For spiritual practice, devotion, prayer and contemplation.

Stotram is a Sanskrit word that means eulogy or hymn of praise and prayer, which is dedicated to a certain deity. Mohani Heitel sings all the stotras of this series in her own musical composition accompanying herself with Tanpura. Most of these stotras were written by the medieval Indian saint Adi Shankara. Singing stotras or listening to them with undistracted attention helps to feel the presence of the corresponding deity, and serves to express devotional feelings. Mohani Heitel has compiled six partss which contain Shiva stotras (Vol. 1 and 2), Devi stotras (Vol.1 and 2), and one each for Vishnu stotras, and one for stotras of Ganesha together with Subrahmanya (Kartikeya). Vishnu means one who pervades everything in form of divine consciousness. Vishnu protects and sustains the creation. For this purpose and for the establishment of righteousness He incarnates Himself in different forms. Sri Rama and Krishna were His wellknown incarnations. All the stotras here relate to His various forms and names, praising His glory, divine acts as well as His attributes. Achyuta, Keshava, Hari and Govinda are other names of Sri Krishna. Reciting stotras repeatedly or merely listening to them is a way of practicing Bhakti Yoga - the Yoga of devotion to God.

Stotras are devotional and magical texts at the same time, the presence of the deity and its attributes can be easily evoked by their correct pronunciation. According to the faith of the ancient Indians the word possesses a sensual magic power. The voice as a sensitive body organ is the carrier of the sacred word. The singer brings a certain degree of emotionality with him, due to his personal religious closeness for each text. This empathy degree transmits on the voiceprint of the rendition. Stotra is an eulogy. Revelation plays an important role in setting words of a stotra to music. The music comes in dreams or strikes one in the middle of some activity, and one is consumed by the tune. Anyway learns the believer by the intense absorption in the descriptions of the actions, properties and whereabouts of God and the concentration on the icon at the sacred place itself directly encountering the deity. Stotras as prayer hymns contain elements to help the aspirants by a kind of mental cleaning on the way to the divine presence. The Stotram literature is full of religious symbols, metaphors and allusions to myths. Cult ritual and verbal magic belong together. Stotras have the magical effect of a curative magic text.

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