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Numerology information Shloka:
Name Number: 3 Meaning: Communication, Interaction, Friendship, Joy, Lightness, Humor, Art, Positivity, Optimism
Songs about Shloka:
Swara Shloka (feat. Nirupama Rajendra) by Surekha from the Album Trancendance, Vol. 1.
Shloka : Sunder gopaalam by Lata Mangeshkar from the Album Jai Jai Shrinathji : Devotional Songs In Gujarati On Lord Shrinatthji
Ya Kundendu Saraswati Shloka 3 Chants by Vishal Khera from the Album Saraswati Mantra 108 Dhun Chants Shloka & Pooja
Ganesha Shloka (Mooshika Vaahana) by S. P. Balasubrahmanyam/Various Artists from the Album Chants For Children
Shlokas by Mala Shah, Manisha Doctor, Bijal Parekh Hema Desai from the Album Prarthana Mandir: Daily Prayers for Children
Shlokas by Chitra Singh from the Album Krishna Bhajans
Vira - Rasa - Sanskara - Shloka by Shri Sanjeev Abhyankar from the Album Garbh Sanskar
Books about Shloka:
Bhajans, Kirtans, Shlokas and Chants by Yogi Hari (Jan 1, 1991)
Awakening Lord Ganesha - with Ganesha Chalisa, Sankat Nashan Stotram, Shloka, Ashtakatam, Atharvashirsha, 32 Forms... by Shiva Bhakta (May 12, 2013)
Vyasa Mahabharata (Kannada): Anukramanika Parva: Original Sanskrit Shlokas with Kannada Translation by Ramesh B M (Apr 16, 2014)
Shri Manache Shloka by Geeta Bhatt (Aug 8, 2014)
Mysterious Shlokas For Daily Meditation by Pratham Kumar Singh (Jul 12, 2014)
Shri Manache Shloka: English Translation of Smarath Swami Ramdas Shri Manache Shlok from Marathi by Mrs. Geeta Sureshkumar Bhatt (Aug 8, 2014)
Indian poetry containing "The Indian song of songs," of the Gita Govinda of Jayadeva : two books from "The Iliad... by Edwin Arnold and 12th century Jayadeva (Jun 6, 2011)
Wiki information Shloka:
A śloka is a category of verse line developed from the Vedic Anustubh. It is the basis for Indian epic verse, and may be considered the Indian verse form par excellence, occurring, as it does, far more frequently than any other meter in classical...
The Prameya shloka is a Shloka composed by Sri Vyasatirtha, a leading philosopher in the Dvaita school of Vedanta. The shloka summarises the nine basic tenets of Dvaita or Tattvavada, which is a school of philosophy founded by Sri Madhvacharya. A...