The Ultimate Game-changer! Part 4: Method of Chanting Aditya Hridayam

Secrets of Aditya Hridayam: Part 4

This is the fourth and final part of a series on the powerful stotra: the Aditya Hridayam.

Click here to read the first part.

Click here to read the second part.

Click here to read the third part.

Quick recap

In the prior parts of this series, we explored the background and the introduction to the Aditya Hridayam by Agastya, and the benefits of recitation.

The method to chanting the Aditya Hridayam

Given the practical benefits and the philosophical undertones to the Aditya Hridayam, it is suitable for any dedicated aspirant to chant or hear the stotra daily.

It is auspicious to start chanting from a Sunday.

It is ideal to chant the stotra 3x in one sitting. Once a routine has been developed, one may chant the stotra once on Monday-Saturday, then three times on Sunday.

The reverence placed on the Sun by Agastya Rishi should not be taken lightly. Remember that one should be freshly showered wearing freshly washed clothes before one sits down to commence chanting. It is not be recited absent mindedly on the way to work if at all avoidable.

Use the full focus on your concentration to derive the greatest benefit. As you chant, you will notice your worries disappear, a great confidence will be instilled in your mind and you will gain the admiration and respect of others through decisive action throughout your life.

Text and audio

The text of the stotra is available in basic form here.

Click here to listen to the audio of the stotra.

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3 responses to “The Ultimate Game-changer! Part 4: Method of Chanting Aditya Hridayam”

  1. Navneeta Dutta says :

    Can you chant Aditya Hridayam during periods?

  2. Hari says :

    Please correct the link in Part 3. From Part 3 I am unable to go to Part 4.

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