kArtikeya skanda ||} Hymn to kArtikeya or skanda. The following stotra on is from the rudra yAmala, an important work on tantra. It is a short stotra but. కార్తికేయస్తోత్రమ్ ప్రజ్ఞావివర్ధనమ్ ॥ Hymn to kArtikeya or skanda The following stotra on is from the rudra yAmala, an important. Kartikeya-Stotram-Dev-vpdf – Download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online.

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One who is the greater, one who shows salvation, One who is worshipped by all VedasAnd one who gives whatever is desired.

Son of Ganga, he who wears brass, bachelor, One with peacock flag, he who killed Tharaka, son of Parvathi He who broke Krouncha mountain, God with six faces. However, the recitation katikeya these mantras requires learning them from a guru and many of us are unable to get such an opportunity, especially in this modern age.

Kartikeya Pragya Vivardhana Stotram – In sanskrit with meaning

Why is the development of praGYA given such importance? The file is not to be copied or reposted for promotion of any website or individuals or for commercial purpose without permission.

Another one is the nitya karma for brahmachAris, the samitAdAnam. The most famous examples is the gAyatri mantra, which is chanted during the daily sandhyAva. Hence, development of buddhi is given prime importance in our tradition. But, the stotrams from purANAs and the tantras can be chanted by one and all, with no exceptions.


Brahman is hidden from the view of the unclear buddhi like dense clouds hiding the sun. Thus the jIvanmukta, is different from a person without a kartjkeya buddhi.

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Kārttikeya Skanda Stotram

The stotra is credited with developing the praGYA intelligence and has been given by skanda himself. The clear buddhi which has been obtained by intense sAdhana, sees brahman like a person seeing the sun through a thin mist. There is no doubt about storam. This paryer to Lord Subrahmanya helps one increase their intelligence and wisdom.

Kartikeya stotram –

God of the sound of ocean, One with divine powers, One who is learned, one who removes darkness, God, One is son of fire, One who grants pleasure as well as salvation. This text is prepared by volunteers and is to be used for personal study and research. A devotee of mine, who reads these twenty eight names, Daily at day break with attention, Would become great, devoid of attachment and a great scholar.

This medhA refers to the development of the buddhi such that the truth can be clearly seen. The person who reads my 28 names told here with concentration, in the morning, obtains equal status with Brihaspati in speech, even if he cannot speak.

Rama Balasubramanian rbalasub at ecn. Log in Request account. Some of the names refer to some legends associated with skanda.

Karttikeya Skanda Stotram

Retrieved from ” http: The prayer is taught by Lord Subrahmanya himself and identifies 28 names of Lord Subrahmanya [1]. Lord of Yogas, great commander, He who was looked after by Karthika stars, The child of fire, the lad, stottam commander and the God born out of Shankara. One born because of an arrow, God of good qualities. The person who considers kartiikeya as mahA mantra and chants them will attain mahA praGYA great intelligence.


The answer is given in the vedas itself. Further, the person who reads my names as maha mantras obtains great intelligence. Please help to maintain respect for volunteer spirit. Thus, true to tradition, at the end of the stotram he says that anyone chanting his 28 names, even if he is unable to speak will become accomplished in speech, like Brihaspati.

It is a short stotra but also remarkably powerful. There are, of course many more such mantras in the vedas. It is said that even a mentally retarded child would become normal by reciting this prayer. In thamiz tradition, skanda, or murukan as he is called, is considered the very embodiment of all good and it is held that he is eager to bestow GYAnA to one and all.