Maha Lakshmi Diwali Blessings Mantras For Wealth,Good Fortune & prosperity-Prana Kishore For Diwali 19th Oct 2017

This album world wide launch on 16th Oct 2017 just in time for Diwali

This album has 8 powerful Maha Lakshmi Mantras.Please listen to them every Friday or play them in your house for the blessings from Maha Lakshmi

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Mantra for lighting the lamp/also Evening Mantra to bless you with prosperity.Deepam Mantra/Evening Prayers
Subham Karoti Kalyanam/Deepam Jyothi

  • Subham Koroti Kalyanam
  • Arogyam Dhana Sampadah
  • Shatru Budhi Vinashaya
  • Deepa Jyothir Namostute
  • Sanskrit to English Word Meaning
  • Subham- auspiciousness; karoti – which brings; kalyanam-
  • prosperity; arogyam- good health; dhanasampadah-
  • abundance of wealth; satrubuddhi- of the intellect’s enemy (ignorance);
  • vinasaya- for the destruction; dipajyotir- that lamplight; namosthuthe, I salute thee.
  • Translation
  • I salute the One who is the lamplight that brings auspiciousness; prosperity, good health, abundance of wealth, and the destruction of the intellect’s enemy.
  • Brief explanation
  • This prayer is chanted before lighting the lamplight. Light is considered a symbol of auspiciousness, prosperity, and abundance in many cultures. Light brings with it brightness, but how does it destroy the intellect’s enemy? The intellect’s enemy is ignorance, which is likened to darkness. Light removes the darkness and makes it possible to see things clearly.
  • Deepo-Jyothir ParaBrahma
  • Deepo jyothir Janardhanaha
  • Deepo Haratu me Papam
  • Sandhya Deepam Namostute
  • I salute the Lord, the sustainer of the creation, in the form of this light.
  • I salute this light (the Lord), may He destroy afflictions resulting from my
  • omissions and commissions.
  • I prostrate to the dawn/dusk lamp whose light is Supreme Knowledge which
  • removes the darkness of ignorance and by which all can be achieved

Morning Mantra on bed looking at both Hands to believe in your self for the right attitude and actions to succeed
Karaagre Vasate Lakshmi

 Karaagre Vasatay Lakshmi

  • Kara Madhye Saraswathi
  • Kara Moole Thu Govindaha :
  • Prabhatay  Kara Darshanam
  • Sanskrit to English Word Meaning
  • Karagre-on the tip of your fingers; vasate- dwells; Lakshmi-
  • the Goddess of Prosperity, Lakshmi; karamule-
  • on the base of your hands; Saraswathi- the Goddess of Knowledge
  • Saraswathi; karamadhye- in the middle of your hands; tu-whereas;
  • Govindah-the Lord Govindah; prabhate-in the morning;
  • karadarshanam-look at your palm.
  • Translation
  • On the tip of your fingers is Goddess Lakshmi; on the base of your fingers is Goddess Sarasvati; in the middle of your fingers is Lord Govinda. In this manner, look at your palm
  • Brief Explanation
  • This is a Morning Prayer called “karadarshana”. One begins the day with this prayer. ‘kara” means the palm of the hand and it stands for the five karmendriyas, or the organs of action. While looking at the palm, one invokes the Lord in the form of various deities, thus sanctifying all the actions that will be done during the day. By acknowledging the Lord as the giver of the capacity to perform actions and as the giver of the fruits of those actions, one sanctifies the actions. Thus, one prays in the morning to reinforce the attitude that all actions are performed as a service to the Lord.

 Morning Mantra on bed before getting down, praying mother earth to forgive you for touching her with your feet gives you patience
Samudra Vasane Devi

 Samudra Vasanay Devi,

  • Parvata Stana Mandale.
  • Vishnupatni Namastubhyam,
  • Paada Sparsham Kshamasva Me
  • O! Mother Earth, who has the ocean as clothes and mountains and forests on her body, who is the wife of Lord Vishnu, I bow to you.

Please forgive me for touching you with my feet

Mantra in the shower acknowledging critical role of water in our lives
As sacred as from sacred rivers
Gange Cha,Yamuna chaiva

 Gange cha Yamune chaiva Godavari Saraswati |

  • Narmade Sindhu Kaveri jalesmin sannidhim kuru||

    Before bathing, the Hindus

  • acknowledge the critical role
  • of water in their daily lives,
  • and the sources of water,
  • the sacred rivers.
  • In this water, I invoke the presence of holy waters from the rivers Ganga, Yamuna, Godavari, Saraswati, Narmada, Sindhu and Kaveri

 Mantra to bless you with good fortune and wealth
Shri Lakshmi Mantra-Ya Devi Sarva Bhooteshu

  • Ya Devi Sarva Bhooteshu         
  • Lakshmi Roopena Samsthitha
  • Namastasyai Namastasyai
  • Namastasyai Namo Namaha
  • Salutations again and again
  • to the Devi who abides in all beings in the form of good fortune.


 Mantra to pray holy places, holy deities and holy Vedas for confidence and to remain as pure as Tulasi in everything
Tulasi Mantra-Yen Moole Sarvatheerthaani

  • Yenmoole Sarvatheerthaani
  • Yenmadhye Sarvadevatha
  • Yadagre Sarva Vedaascha
  • Thulaseem-tham Namamyaham
  • I bow down to the Tulasi at
  • whose base are all the holy
  • places, at whose top reside
  • all deities and on whose middle
  • are all the Vedas

Mantra before meals to thank God for the food by also offering food to God it becomes Maha Prasad
Shri Annapoorna Mantra-Annapoorne
Brahmaarpanam Brahma Havir

 Annapoorne Sada Poorne,

  • Shankara Pranavallabhe
  • Gyana Vairagya Sidyartham,
  • Bhikshaam Dehi cha Parvati
  • Mata cha Parvati Devi, Pita Devo Maheswarah
  • Baandhava Shiva Bhaktyascha,
  • Svadeso Bhuvanatrayam
  • Annapoorne – the wife of Lord Shiva; She who is full of food; Sadapoorne – who is always full of resources; Sankara – of Lord Sankara(Shiva); Prana – the life-force; energy; Vallabhe – the beloved; Jnana – knowledge; Vairagya – attitude of renunciation; Siddhyartham – to fulfill the purpose of; Bhiksham – alms, food; Dehi – giveus; Namostute – we bow down to You
  • O Annapurna, Who art ever full, the beloved life-force of Lord Sankara (Shive, O’ Parvathi – grant me alms that I be firmly established in Knowledge and Renunciation. Mother is shakti, father is shiva, relatives are the devotees of shiva and own country is all the three worlds

Mantra to lead you from untruth to truth,darkness to light,death to immortality
Asathoma Sadgamaya Mantra

 Asatho Maa Sad Gamaya

  • Thamaso Maa Jyothir Gamaya
  • Mrithyor Maa Amritham Gamaya
  • Om Shanthi Shanthi Shanthihi
  • Sanskrit to English Word Meaning
  • asato-from unreal; ma-me;sad-to the real; gamaya –lead; tamaso – from darkness (of ignorance), ma-me; jyothih-to light; gamaya-lead; mrtyoh- from death ; amrtam- immortality; gamaya –lead to immortality
  • Translation
  • Lead me (by giving knowledge) from the unreal to the real; from darkness (of ignorance) to the light (of knowledge); from death (sense of limitation) to immortality (limitless liberation)
  • Meaning:
  • Lead me from untruth to truth;
  • Lead me from darkness to light;
  • Lead me from death to immortality.

The Mantras start with real sounds of holy river Ganga and Birds as Prana Music Therapy and to feel the effects please listen with head phones or ear buds of phones

Wishing you and your family a very Happy Diwali,Deepavali

Prana Kishore



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Baso More Is one of the Favorite song loved by both Meera and Sri Krishna.The story of Meera is a Real Life Love Story between Real Life  princess and the God Sri Krishna  which happened In India in 15th Century. Prana Kishore sang and composed this song to appeal to NextGen  using classical instruments from India.

The highlghts of this song is the accompaniment on Mridangam by Sri Jayaprakash ( JP) from Coimbatore India a college friend of Prana Kishore at PSG College of Technology at Coimbatore. Prana Kishore played Tabla with Sri Jaya Prakash(JP) on Mridangam a jugal bandhi of beats at high speeds and JP Is the best.Sri Jayaprakash a computer science genius played Mridangam for many top classical singers in India.This album is to bring back both their friendship once again to the world of Music.Prana Kishore used rare instruments to make this song even more melodious.

Smt Priyamvadha of ALL India Radio Cuddapah classical music teacher taught this Meera Bhajan to Prana Kishore.Prana Kishore is an accredited vocal artist of ALL India Radio Hyderabad for light and classical music and Tabla instrument.

Sit back enjoy listening with head phones for surround sound 7.1 effects HD recording  the best.

Life Lessons from Meera bhai the real life princess who gave up everthing due to her devotion and love for Sri Krishna.


Ego to God

Anger to God

Addictions To God ( Smoking,Drinking,Drugs,Sleeping habits,Eating habits,internet,social media,spending habits,)

Negativity to God

Speak the truth,avoid white lies,lies you think are harmless since they lead to big lies and destroy relationships.



Profile Of  The Mridangam Maestro Jayaprakash (JP)

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Coimbatore R Jayaprakash – Mridangam Artist.
Jayaprakash Ramamoorthi (JP), a computer engineer by profession, is a serial
entrepreneur for the past more than three decades, having promoted multiple
enterprises engaged in software development, training and placement, IT products development and marketing, data processing and BPO activities, etc. Based out of Coimbatore, JP has been a pioneer in the field of Information Technology in the region,and has won an award from Computer Society of India for “Significant contribution for the growth of IT in the region”.
JP’s other side has also been creative, he is a passionate carnatic musician, a percussion artist,an accomplished player on the Mridangam. Seeing JP possess rhythmic talents even as a young kid, his father, Dr. AVR Moorthi, initiated him into a formal course in Mridangam right from a tender age of eight, in 1965. Very soon, JP started performing in public, though a formal inaugural concert was organized only on 01 July 1973. Since then, JP has been performing for leading artists of those years, including Sikkil sisters Neela & Kunjumani (Flute), Madurai Somu (Vocal), M S Gopalakrishnan (Violin),Bombay sisters Saroja & Lalitha, N Ramani (Flute), D K Jayaraman (Vocal), Kandadevi Alagiriswami (Violin), Thiruparkadal Vijayaraghavan (Violin), Dwaram Mangathayaru (Violin), Tiruvenkadu Jayaraman, A Sundaresan (Vocal), Raman Laxman (Vocal), T V
Sankaranarayanan (Vocal), N Kesi (Flute), etc. He has also accompanied leading artists of today, including Sanjay Subramaniam, Neyveli Santhanagopalan, O S Thiagarajan,Dr Sundar, Geetha Raja, etc., apart from playing along with lead mridangists like Karaikudi Mani, T K Moorthi and Tanjore Upendran.
JP was selected by the State Government (TN Iyal Isai Nataga Manram) for a musical scholarship to perform in multiple musical sabhas all over Tamilnadu, in 1975, as part of the government initiative to encourage young talents. He has accompanied leading artists in renowned gatherings at Music Academy (Chennai), Indian Fine Arts Society (Chennai), Ganapriya (Coimbatore), Thiaga Brahma Mahotsavam (Tiruvayaru),Thigaraja Sangeetha Sabha (Coimbatore), etc. JP has been recognized as an approved artist of All India Radio, and has played in several radio and TV concerts as well. A proven organizer of cultural events, JP has contributed immensely to organizing several musical extravaganzas while in college at PSG Tech (Coimbatore), and also currently as an alumnus of this renowned institution.
Married happily to Dr. N R Alamelu, an accomplished academic administrator, who is also a passionate carnatic violinist, they are blessed with two daughters, who also possess abundant creative talents.


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