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    Re: Kids slogas

    Quote Originally Posted by satyasriram View Post
    Friends, inga ungaluku therindha chinna chinna slogangalai pagirnthu kollam.kids ku usefullah irukum
    பாலும் தெளிதேனும் பாகும் பருப்பும்
    இவை நாலும் கலந்து உனக்கு
    நான் தருவேன்... கோலம் செய்
    துங்க கரிமுகத்து தூமணியே
    நீ எனக்கு சங்கத் தமிழ் மூன்றும் தா.
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    ஐந்து கரத்தனை யானை முகத்தனை
    இந்தின் இளம்பிறை போல எயிற்றனை
    நந்திமகன் தனை ஞானக் கொழுந்தினை
    புந்தியில் வைத்தடி போற்றுகின்றேனே.


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    Re: Kids slogas

    KRISHNA SLOGAM:

    SRIVATSANGAM MAHORASKAM VANAMALA VIRAJITHAM
    SANKUCHAKRA DHARAM DEVAM KRISHNAM VANDE JAGATHGURUM

    MEANING:

    I salute Lord Krishna, the universal preceptor, who has a broad chest with a srivatsa mark, who wears the vana-mala garland and who hold a conch and a discus.


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    Re: Kids slogas

    MAHALAKSHMI SLOGAM:(MORNING SLOGAM)

    Karaagre vasathe Lakshmi Karamadhye Saraswathi
    Karamoolethu Govinda Prabhathey Karadarshanam.

    MEANING:

    The front part of the hands (the finger tips) are ascribed to Goddess Lakshmi, the Goddess of wealth, the middle part (the palm proper) to Goddess Saraswati - the Goddess of learning and the root (the part of hand near the wrist) to Govinda (God). Therefore, every morning, one should have a respectful look at one's hand which symbolizes honest labor.


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