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Surya Dvadashanama Stotra : Twelve Names of Sun God - cover

Surya Dvadashanama Stotra : Twelve Names of Sun God

Koushik K

Publisher: Koushik K

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This is a very short yet powerful hymn of lord Surya Narayana comprised of twelve names. This book is an effort to put light on the deeper meaning of those  twelve names backed by citations from Puranas. 
This surya dvadashanama stotra when recited with devotion helps us attain freedom from sorrows and other difficulties of life and grants us a healthy life. each name describes well the great qualities of sun god.   
The hymn is very easy to recite and very powerful.

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