!! Om Namo Narayanaya !! THE BEST WAY TO LEARN ANY SUKTAM ON THE GO... "VEDHA PATASHALA SERIES" The Narayana Sukta is a hymn in Yajurveda, in praise of Lord Vishnu, which is one of the most important hymns in the Vedic rituals. Narayana, in Hinduism, is considered as thousand-headed one, thousand-eyed, and thousand-limbed and this hymn is sung to worship Narayana, the universal Self which is identified with the Trimurti, the trinity of Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva. Some commentators see it as a mystical appendix to the Purusha sukta. Be blessed to recite this very vedic suktam. Who can Recite Narayana Suktam and how ? :- - To begin with , it is recommended to start learning Narayana Suktam from a Guru, since, it is supposedly the traditional way of learning any Vedic Hymns or Stotras. - Narayana Suktam, unlike other Slokas or Mantras, has great significance, when its notations are recited in the appropriate pitch. The notation for marking the syllables for chanting is generally known as the swara notation, signifying the pitch variation applicable to the vowel in the syllable. The following are the most common notations used: 1) Unmarked letters are - ' udaata ' (no change in the pitch) 2) If you see a horizontal line below a letter, you have to drop the pitch ' anudaata ' 3) If you see a vertical line above a letter, you have to raise the pitch ' swarita '. 4) If you see a double vertical line above a letter, you to raise and the pitch and stretch it ' deergha swarita '. 5) In specific instances the swara of the previous letter is carried till the next occurring anudata or till the end of that pada or mantra - ' Prachaya ' Flexi Features of Narayana Suktam App :- Our app makes the above procedure so simple in providing you the mantras in 2 languages English and Sanskrit with audio enabled. The text gets auto scrolled as you read or follow the mantra, which makes learning much easier. You also get 3 speed levels Slow, Normal & Fast as per your convenience. It is so good to have this app on your Pad. Play it on a daily basis, feel the bliss and get the blessings! ( This Suktam explains about meditation. Before meditation ,one has to recite this and contemplate on the meaning, which in turn helps in going into deep meditation. Initially the first few lines talk of Gods glory and later it describes about where to meditate and how to meditate. It is explained in a step-by-step process about how to direct ones mind during meditation. ) This is an ad-supported version with Limited Features. Full audio for all speeds with relative text scrolling, Upgrade to PRO version.