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Oshadhi Suktam

Oshadhi Suktam is a sacred Vedic chant that has the power to increase potency of herbs and medicine, and cure diseases.
Here, the Yajur Veda version of the chant is recited.

This mantra is rendered by Sri Govind Prakash Bhat Ghanapatigal and Sri Satyanarayana Bhat, and the audio production done by Sri K. Suresh.

This recitation is part of our upcoming Vedic album “Remedy and Peace” , which includes Navagraha Suktam, Nakshatra Suktam, Gosha Shanti as well

Please keep in mind that this is only a raw audio file that has been uploaded to cater to the thirst of our Vedic audience, and not mastered yet.
It is recommended that you listen to this audio using your headphones.

There are 2 voices – one in each ear. You can enjoy the clarity and depth, speed and rhythm and voice synchronization of the recitation.

After listening to it once, the listener can place the cursor randomly at different instances to appreciate the smoothness, pitch and the continuity of the recitation.

Enjoy and share it with your friends and relatives.

Suresha Paddhati on Sandhya Vandana Mantras

Suresha Paddhati is a form of Vedic Jugalbandhi. It is a method of reciting Samhita and other Vikrutis, like Ghana Patha from more than one Veda.

In this case Rig Veda and Krishna Yajur Veda are recited immediately and simultaneously, to highlight the difference in svara, pada, the place of its occurrences and the sandhi and grammar rules of the respective Vedas. It also seems that there is a verbal competition between the Vedas that are recited.

We demonstrated this on stage by inviting Vedic Pandits and reciting the well known Sandhya Vandana Mantras and the Ghana Patha version of the mantras.
The avid listener can observe the differences and appreciate the nuances in recitation of both the Vedas.

You can watch the entire program below on Youtube.

Ghosha Shanti

This rendition of Ghosha Shanti is rendered by Sri K. Suresh accompanied by Vedic Pandits – Sri Govind Prakash Bhat Ghanapatigal and Sri Satyanarayana Bhat. The mantra is usually recited in Soma Yagna and meant for world peace and remedy for our mistakes committed knowingly or unknowingly in our life.

It is recommended that you listen to this audio using your headphones.

There are 3 voices – one in the center, left and right ear respectively. You can enjoy the clarity and depth, speed and rhythm and voice synchronization of the recitation.

After listening to it once, the listener can place the cursor randomly at different instances to appreciate the smoothness, pitch and the continuity of the recitation.

Enjoy and share it with your friends and relatives.