This page lists many sites and books available online. It started as a list of pending texts for proofreading but has turned in to a repository of useful links for a Stotra collector. Those who wish to enter any of these, please write to sanskrit at cheerful.com
Sites for Stotras for exploration
The texts in the end are kept in pending mainly for proofreading.
If you have the printed text and would like to proofread, please send a message to firstname.lastname@example.org with the list of texts. We will block their access to others or indicate who is doing the proofreading so that proofreading
is not duplicated.
For proofreading, please download one of the postscript or PDF files, view them in Devanagari, compare and make changes only in
TXT and INF files. When proofreading is done, send the TXT and INF files only.
Would you like to help to digitize the missing stotras from this site?
Proofreading and encoding sources
- Scanned stotras to help encoding
- 1 (19Mb) BrahatstotraratnavaliVol1 (TOC PDF)
- 2 (29Mb) Brihatstotraratnakar_408 (TOC PDF)
- 3 (27Mb) Brihatstotraratnakar_p386_1912 (TOC PDF)
- 4 (25MB)
Stotraratnakare Part1 Madras 1927
Also see Part 2,
Stotra_Ratnakare_Part2_Madras 1929, and its TOC.
- 5 (18MB) Purana_Anthology_kAvya_stotra_sudhA_Karmarkar_1955.pdf (TOC PDF)
- 6 TOC of Brihatstotraratnakara 1974 edition, Alahabad by Shri Pandey.
- Stotra Ratnavali (20 Mb), Geeta Press. (TOC PDF)
- Stotras by Shri Narayana Guru (of Kerala) Available in doc_z_misc_major_works.
- STOTRA_KAVACHA at kamakoti.org (TOC PDF)
- Stotras and texts by Adi Shankaracharya in Complete Works on archive.org, especially volume 17, and volume 18.
- Table of Contents of books with many stotras (identify missing stotras in documents site)
- Stavanajal TOC PDF (RK Math)
- Swadhyaya Sudha TOC PDF
- Vedanta Sandarbha TOC PDF of Mahesh Anusandhan Sansthan
- Stotraratnakaram (Malayalam) TOC PDF
- Stotra Samuchaya TOC PDF Volume 1 and
TOC PDF Volume 2, by Pt K Rameswara Aithal, 1969, Adyar collection of rare and unpublished (till 1969) stotras of Ganesha, Subrahmanya, Shiva and Devi.
- Adityadi Navagraha stotras TOC PDF (Tamil), Full file.
- Devi Chaturupachaara Puja Stotra Matt Saptamaatruka Samkshipta Mahatmaya,
- Stotra Ratna Mahodadhi (Tamil)
Part 2 TOC,
Part 3 TOC,
- Devi Stotra Manjusha, need
tripurasundarIvedapAdastotra page 165
devIchatuHShaShTyupachArapUjAstotra page 218
- BruhatStotra Ratnakara in Tamil, Kamalakara.
- Nava Graha Part from Sadhu Sankuli Tantra
- Sanskrit books available at Aurobindo Ashram site http://motherandsriaurobindo.in : chintanAshcha chidunmeShA, Two parts epic Savitri 1 and 2 by Shri Aurovindo and kathAmanjarI by shrImAtA, The Mother,
- A large collection of Gucchaka/Anthology of major stotras (links at archive.org)
are in the Kavyamala anthology (14) volumes) series.
Read through the TOC PDF and TOC Excel to identify text of interest.
The other Kavyamala Main 95+ volume series carries a single major text each.
- Shri Devipuja Kalpa TOC PDF. This has a few stotras in the stotrakhanda . The complete book is available here or here.
- TOC of Stotrarnava by T Chandrasekharan 1961
- Kavya Sangraha Volumes 1 to 3 by Jivananda Vidyasagara Bhattacharya, 1888. Also
Kavya Sangraha without commentary by Jivananda Vidyasagara and
Kavya Sangraha by Haeberlin being earlier version of the same .
See TOC for parts 1,
- Complete works of Jagannatha Pandita, and itx TOC.
- NigamanataDesikaSthuthiRatnaManjusha TOC PDF, NigamanataDesikaSthuthiRatnaManjusha PDF
- StotraPathaPustaka_Desika_1878_Tamil TOC PDF, StotraPathaPustaka_Desika_1878_Tamil PDF
- Guru Bhujanga Stotram a stotra on Adi Shankaracharya with Tamil translation by Brahmananda Swamigal of Tanjavur.
- Table of Contents (TOC) of many Puranas are given below. It will be very useful to type them for easy searching.
- Agni Purana TOC,
- Bhavishya Mahapurana TOC,
- Brahma Purana TOC,
- Brahmanda Purana TOC,
- Brahmavaivarta Mahapuranam TOC,
- Brahmavaivarta Mahapuranam TOC 2,
- Devi or Mahabhagavatapuranam TOC
- Garuda Mahapurana
- Kurma Purana TOC,
- Linga Mahapurana with Sivatoshini Tika by Ganesa Natu TOC,
- Markandeya Purana TOC,
- Matsya Purana TOC,
- Narada Purana TOC,
- Narasimha Purana TOC
- Sachurnika Srimad Bhagavatam TOC,
- Shiva Mahapuranam TOC,
- Skanda Mahapuranam_TOC,
- Varaha Purana TOC,
- Vayu Purana
- Vishnu Dharmottara Mahapurana
- Vishnu Purana TOC, Kshiraj trust TOC
- Here are lists of stotras in The Purana Index (From Ya To H) Vol-III DLI book, and from online different purANa index prepared by Radha Gupta, Suman Agarwal, and Vipin Kumar the comprehensive
(Need volunteer to search/verify and enter)
- TOC of Vishnustotra in Puranas, over 200 identified in the Purana Journal 1959-1960.
- Stotra Maharnava Deva_khanda and
- Purana magazine (biannual Kashiraj trust)
- Purana 1963 July Supplement Index to Vol 1 to 5 TOC.
- Purana Vol I 1/2 And II 1/2 , July 1959
VOL I N 1 vyAsamahimA, purANamahimA, paurANikAni stotrANi (p3-9), paurANikAni subhAShitAni spread in all volumes, vedeShu purANamahattvam, purANavidyA
VOL I N 2 vyAsamahimA, purANeShu purANamahattvam, satyamahimA, A Cultural Commentary on the Saraswati Stotra, Purana Concordance, padmapurANastotra sUchI, Stotras in the Matsya Purana, PadminividyA, The Date of Puranas
VOL II N1 and 2 kR^iShNakR^itarudrastotra (Harivamsha Purana Vishnu parva 74.22-34), commentary on Rudra stotra, purANamahimA, vyAsamahimA, Glorification of married life, Vishnustuti/stotra sUchI (p84-93), tato jayamudIrayet, The Vishnudharmottara chapters on music, Metres in the Harivansha Purana, The One Rudra and the Many
- PURANA VOL III AND IV (1961). Vyasamahima,
- Purana VOL IV no 2 vyAsavandanam, vyAsa varNanam, agastyaproktam pApashamanaM nAma harishankarastotram,
- PURANA VOL VII (1965), Rudrakrita Gayatristuti from Padmapurana 5.17 309-335. Includes VII 2 brahmakR^itA vAmanastuti, The Spread of Vyasa-Vedas, The means of conquering the list, anger etc. (p321), Rajaniti section of the Puranartha sangraha. The Meaning of Mahadeva
- PURANA VOL VIII (1966) devaiH kR^itA devI stutiH from Devibhagavata, Megasthenese and the Indian Chronology as based on the Puranas, Parashurama, Includes VIII 2, Vyasa Gayatri , The real nature of Lord Siva in Vedas and Puranas.
- PURANA VOL IX (1967) Brahmakrita Yoganidra stutiH, Bharatavarshamahima from Vishnu Purana, The Legend of the Churning of Ocean, Includes VOL IX N 2 Vyasamahima from Mahabharata.
- Purana VOL XI no 1 and 2 himavatkR^itA pArvatIstutiH, Metres of Classical Poetry in the Puranas, Includes XI no 2 vyAsavandanA, vAsudevastutiH, the Puranaic records on the Sun Worship, The Symbolism of the Third Eye of Siva in the Puranas, Puranic Iconographical Account of the Image of Sarasvati, karmayogaH kUrmapurANa (p324)
- PURANA (1972A) part 2? XIV # 1 Narayanaprokta Gayatristotra, sItAkR^itam vahnyaShTakam (p77). Includes XIV 2 brahmapARAkhyaM shivastotram XV 1 mahshvarakR^itA devIstutiH, Society and socio-economic life in the brahmavaivarta purANa, XV 2 Naradakritam vishNorbrahmapArastavam, The Elements of Poetry in the Puranas, Orissa as Described in the Puranas. A classified subject and author indices to volumes XI to XV (TOC).
- PURANA (1972A), XXII 1 The Beheading of Ganesha gaNeshasya shIrShachChedaH, Popular life and Beliefs as Reflected in Purana, Includes XXII 2 Sahasralinga tank Patan, Puranic studies in Italy
- PURANA VOL 24 NO 1-2, XXIV N 1-2, Vishnukritam Savitristotram, words tryambak and ambikA,
- PURANA VOL 26 NO-1 XXVI N 1, Devistotram from Brihaddharmapurana
- PURANA VOL 28 NO-2, XXVIII 2 Shivastotram, Gleanings from Shivapurana, Knowledge Representation in Sanskrit and Artificial Intelligence (Briggs)
- shrutiratnAvalI (1987), Geetapress, compilation of verses from various sources grouped according to different categories (shAntipATha, karma, sadAchAra, Ishvara, sukharUpa, rAma-kR^iShNa-viShNu-shiva-sUrya-gaNapati-devI svarUpa, Atmaj~nAna etc.) Compilation and translation is by Swami Bholebaba.
- Ratnapanchakam by kalyANasevakamaharaj. There are five short texts, namely gaNeshastotram, sItAShTakam, shrIkRRiShNalIlA, dashoniShatsAraH, and svAtmapUjA. There is dinacharyAShTakam from stotraratnamAlA
of kalyANasevakamaharaj. There are other books written by him, in case anyone is aware
of their availability (Pune publication).
- niitipadyaratnaavali PDF
- bhaghavannamasahasram PDF
- Works of Sri
Ayyaval at http://sriayyaval.org/works.html. They
include AkhyAShaShTiH, dayAshatakam, mAtR^ibhUtashatakam,
stutipaddhatiH, shivabhaktikalpalatikA, shivabhakrilakShaNam,
doShaparihArAShTakam, kR^iShNadvAdashama~njarI, achyutAShTakam,
DolAnavaratnamAlikA, and ga~NgAShTakam. (It seemd the bhagavannAma bhUShaNam composition
is lost and is not available.)
- Appayya Dixit collection
- StotrasVedantaDesika PDF
- SrikrishnaVilasamofSukumaraKaviwithTika-KSSSastri1928 PDF
- Suktas Stotras Tamil Dvng
- Rangaraja Stava by Parashara Bhattar Tamil
- Ganeshastuti manjari Tamil Dvng
- Ghatikachala Narasimha Stotram Tamil Dvng
- mahAkAlISamhitaGuhyakalikhandaPart2 (14Mb) There is a guhyakAlisahasranAma stora somewhere near page 193 of the book. DLI's mahakala samhita, guhyakali khanda., 99999990041710. gopinath. 1971. sanskrit. tribes, india. 368 pgs has kAmakalAkAlI sahasranAma stotra on page 161 (Also available at http://asi.nic.in/asi_books/69227.pdf
- shrIlakSmIsahasram, shrIve~NkaTAdhvarivirachitam. Only the Text.
- Shri-Bhuvaneshwari-Mahastotram, with kavacham, sahasranAmastotra *rudrayAmalatantra), aShTottarashatanAmastotra, aShTakaM, bhakArAdI sahasranAmastotra (mahAtantrAnrNAva tantra), hR^idayastotra, kramachandrikAstotra, laghusaptashati.
- guru aShTottarashatanAma with English and Hindi meanings by Swami Shantananda Puri of Vasishtha Guha.
- rAmastavarAja, or page 231 of scanned
- Maha-Vidya-Stotra, alternatively
Maha Vidya Stotra booklet.
- Vaishnava Stotra Mala, 1949.
- janamangala stotra by shatAnandamuni. audio
- Pramana Sahasri
is an anthology of 1000 verses extracted from Upanishads and other scriptures on various subjects, with Gujarati translation. Sanskrit text is given in Devanagari script. Bhagvadgita is translated in the last part.
Pushtimargiya Stotra Ratnakara
- Eight volumes of Maha-Subhasita-Samgraha,
the most comprehensive collection of subhashitas with English translation. Total 20 volumes were proposed.
According the the following article, Maha Subhashita Sangraha is the work of team of scholars. Ludwik Sternbach expired in 1981 and let us the work still continues.
Salute-the-great-american-sanskrit-scholar-ludwik-sternbach. (The article has incorrect reference.
Sternbach was a French national of Polish origin:
He bequeathed all his assets after his death to Vishvabandhu Institute.
There is an Obituary also 1982, BORI Annals, by K.V.Sharma.)
- stavamAlA composed by Rupa Goswami with commentary in Sanskrit by Jivadeva. It has many small uncommon stotras. Another copy is at stavamAlA 2nd copy.
- Patanjali Charita by Ramabhadra Dikshita.
- Shivashataka of Ramapanivada
- bhavAnI sahasranAmAvalI. The sahasranAmastotra is available in See bhavAnIsahasranAmastotra. Another sahasranAma stotra version with indrAkshI kavacha (not encoded) and stotra.
Vedanta Stotra Sangraha Swami Niranjan Deva Saraswati, new ones prashnottaramaNiratnamAlA (p16-27), Atmachintanam (p30-35)avadhUtAShTakam (p44-46).
- Stuti Kusumanjali composed by Pandit Jagaddhar Bhatta
- Gayatri Rahasyam by Shiva-Dutta Mishra Shastri
- Bhakti-Vivek-Sara-, various stotras.
- Ganesh-Stava-Raja from bhaviShyottara purANA (different from existing one.
- Devi Rahasyam, has stotras not available in encoded form.
- Hindi Chalisa Sangraha.
- durlabha (rare) stotrANi
- Rashtra-Guru-Sahasra-Naama, praise of pItAmbarA pIThAdhIshvara anantashrI svAmiji.
- kAlI karpUra stotra
- goraksha shatakam.
- lalitA sAhasram kAvyam composed by Hari Shastri Dadhicha
- parashurAma stotram
- mandAkrAnta stotram evam bhagavatI stava (74 verses)
- bhagwAn shrI parshurAm kA avatAr kArya by M S Parkhe
- amRita stotra sangraha
- saptapadi hRidayam
- Bharatanuvarnanam by TGSastri, 1905, about 80 1-10 pages essays in Sanskrit on various topics related to Bharat, bhAratabhUprakaraNam, purAvRRittaprakaraNam, AdhunikasthitiH.
- shivamahApurANe vAyavIyasamhitA . (Chapter 15 is shivastuti)
- chatuvimshatimUrtistotra chapter 48,
shrIstotram Vol 2 chapter 236,
pApanAshanastotra chapter 172, from agnipurANa.
- Stotra Ratna Mala, compilation of shlokas and some stotras with English meanings for many deities. Printed at Shivananda Ashram.
- shrI bAlA stava ma.njarI, includes many kavacham, shatanAma, sahasranAma, stotram, stavarAja, sUktam, trishati, aShTakam, mahimna, upanishad, paTalam et cetera 30 short sAdhanA krama related to Goddess ShribAlA.
- shrImahAlakShmI stotra trayI, aShTottarashatanAma, shrIsUkta, nAmAvalI sAdhanA.
- ParshuRamayana with ViraPrabha Hindi Tika by Viharilal Shastri
- 108 Upanishads with commentaries by Upanishad Brahma
Yogin. Upanishad Brahmayogin is the cognomen of Ramachandrendra
Sarasvati, a sannyasin and Advaitin scholar who is credited
with having written commentaries on all 108 upanishads of
the Muktika canon. His commentaries on 108 Upanishads were
published by the Adyar Library in 8 volumes. The assembled single book
is available on Archive.org under Free Indological collection, namely
108Upanishads with UpanishadBrahman's Commentary size 148MB, 3580 pages.
Its table of contents are separated as volume categories as
- There are four well prepared books of sUktas and their Sanskrit commentary
on each by Shri Govindacharya with advanced notes in the appendices.
They are located on archive.org,
from Shuklayajurveda commonly recited in Nepal at Kagbeni,
11 kilometers from and between Jomsom and Muktinath. From the book
- VishvakathAshatakam parts 1
These two volumes (first printed in 1987 and 1988) include 100 stories
from all over the world presented in both Sanskrit and Hindi by the
author Padma Shastri.
SanskritaKathaSaptati by Mandikal RamaShastri. These are 70 short stories in Sanskrit elaborating
a subhAShita each.
- Umasahacharyarachitam mAtangIstotra pages 65-75.
- Various stotras in Stuti Kusumanjali of Jagaddhar Bhatt Shri PremVallabha Tripathi.
- trayodasha kavacha sangraha
- Some Bhuwaneshvari stotras.
- Ganesha Stavaraja
- bhairavasahasranAmastotra and baTukabhairavasahasranAmastotra, kShetrapAla bhairavAShTakam (different than the available mahAkAlabhairavAShTakam) at http://www.bhairav.org .
- mantramaharnava' 1924 edition, split in 10 volumes. This has plenty of
kavachas, 52 gAyatrI, gAyatrI tantra, stotras, aShTottara and sahasranAmastotras, and other texts. The complete book is available for download at google books (about 300+Mb).
- Devi rahasyam with parishishta and contents' page. better print of the text.
- Storra Chintamani with Gujarathi translation, a collection of stotras, part 1. (Part 2 not available yet.)
- Panchadeva stotrANi, sanskrit vivechana.
- mantramahArNava (300+Mb) has many kavachas/108/1000/stotras. The split files (about 30Mb each) for easier access are available at Mantra_Maharnava_Khemraj_Edition on archive.org.
- Need volunteer to encode remaining adhyAya
34 of Natyashastra by Bharatamuni.
sampradAya siddha siddhAnta paddhatI, amaraughaprabodha,
yogamArtaNDa. (Some of these are available at multiple
places but need careful proofreading. See amaraughashAsana at hatharaja.blogspot
siddhasidhAnta at jalandharyogi.blogspot,
- Gitanusari Bhagavat Stotram from Kalyan - Gita Tattvank. All verses in the stotra are from the Bhagavad Gita,
slightly modified by the author addressing to Krishna.
- Agama Rahasyam II by Saryu Prasad Dwivedi, see pages 428-444 for stotras.
- Sri Venkatesa Kavya Kalpaha (1943) has many stotras. (In progress, inquire if interested)
- The index of nArada Pancharatra shows that it
has jaganma.ngala kRiShNa kavacha, rAdhikA kavacha, gopAla and rAdhikA sahasranAma stotra, mantras, and other stotras. See Bengali version. Devanagari version.
- BrihanNaradiyaPurana has elaborate explanation of subjects in all the adhyAyas. There is one uta~NkakR^itanArAyaNa stotra 58 veeses on pages 438-448 (PDF pages 520-529).
- rAjarAjeshvarIkavacha, brahmakR^itA devIstutiH, iShvarakR^itA devIstutiH from gandharvatantra.
- All smritis
- The 6 volumes (Nag Publishers only) of Smriti Sandarbha are available
at https://archive.org/search.php?query=smriti%20sandarbha. These are
digitized under Digital Library of India project. Individually, the links are
Some of these files are very large 200+ Mb.
- vol 1
- vol 2
- vol 3
- vol 4
- vol 5
- vol 6
- Anandashrama Sanskrita Series gives a list of 27 smriti-s printed till 1929.
- Smriti files at Maharshi Mahesh Yogi vedicreserve site http://portals.mum.edu/vedic-reserve
gives a list of 18 smritis and 18 upa-smritis.
DLI/archive does not list 2 of these - Rishyashringa, and Gobhila.
Vedic-reserve does not include:
Those with ? marks have prefixes (laghu- vriddha-), and need to be cross-checked.
- Pandurang Vaman Kane's monumental History of Dharmashastra-s (vol.1 of 5 vol.) gives a list of both authors (80+ pages) and titles (160+), see
- Ramanuja stotra ratnavali, various stotras on Ramanujacharya.(Also at vishnudut1926.blogspot.com, An Anthology on Bhagavad Ramanuja", Sanskrit-English, 1977.
- Stotras of Vedanta Deshika, 1973.
- varadavallabhAstotra by Yamunacharya with commentary by Tridandisvami.
- Works by Sri Vadiraja Tirtha. The site includes PDF files of "Granthas, longer treatises and commentaries" and various stotras composed by Sri Vadiraja Tirtha. The collection is part of dvaita.org. The consolidated dvaita stotras are in
- Hindi 51 Chalisa and Arti Sangraha. Compare the available chAlisas in Hindi section.
- Some stotras from Bhairava
Padmavati Kalpa, composed by various Jain muni, AchAryas and sUrIs
related to devI padmAvatI (stotra, aShTaka, stuti, chatushpadikA),
siddhasArasvatastavana, shAradAstavana, ambikAShTaka, ambikAstuti,
chakreshvarI stotra, aShTaka, garbhastotra etc.
- ucchiShTa mahAgaNapati kalpam has kavacha, mantramAlAstuti, sundaravinAyakasuprabhAtam, etc.
- hanumadupasana books has several stotras related to Hanuman. Also hanumat charitra parAshara samhitA parts 1 and 2 have many stotras.
- Explore the archives of Sadhana Siddhi Vigyan the monthly journal from Mahavidya Sadhak Parivar Bhopal. These have well printed and commented stotras and kavachas.
- Vaishnava Stotramala, panchastava : shrIvaikuNThastava, atimAnuShastava, sundarabAhustava, varadarAjastava, shrIstava. shrIra.ngarAjastava pUrvashatakam and uttarashatakam, shrIra.nganAthastotram, shrIsudarshanashatakam, panchAyudhastotram, narasimhAShTakam, shrIshaileshAShTakam, etc.
- bAlAtripurasundarI mAnasapUjAstotra bu Shankaracharya.
- http://srimahaperiavaltrust.com/ "primarily publishes books on Kshetra Mahatmiyams and the Lord.s glories in the form of Namavalis, Ashtothras, Sahasranamas and Stuthis given to us by the grace of great Mahans in their exalted state for humanity. " Download the well perpared publications by the trust : Radhakrishna Sastri Books such as
Tejinivanamahathmiyam, Vishnu Stuthi Manjari-1, Vishnu Stuthi Manjari-2, Vishnu Stuthi Manjari-3,
Samartha Ramadas charitram, Stutithrayee, Veesharanyamahathmiyam, Soundaryalahiri_part_1,
Soundaryalahiri part 2, JayaJayaHanuman, Srivachyakshetramahathmiyam, Hanumanstuthimanjari,
KasiKandam, Balasaparya, Tulasi_puja.
Browse through TOCs of
Vishnu 2 stuti manjari. A Sivanamamanjari published by Mahaperiava Trust
Ayutanamavali, well arranged and compiled by scholars the 10000 names of Shiva.
- Some of the Ganesha stotra from mudgalapurANa.
The mudgala purANa is available on archive.org (PDF is 285.1M, 1090+ pages).
- dUtakAvya or sandeshakAvya or Messenger poems in Sanskrit (Often in Mandakranta vR^itta/meter). Some references are 1, 2,
- Meghaduta of kAlidAsa. 1, audio
- Meghduta samasyAlekha of Meghavijay. Theme is the author sending a message to his Guru through megha. He has taken 4th line of Meghaduta as Samasya and and written slokas to complete the samasya. i.e. 4th line of both kavyas are identical, though the stories are different.
- Paravartti duta-kavya (?)
- Pavanaduta Kavya of Dhoyi Kavi
- The book "A History of Classical Poetry: Sanskrit , Pali, Prakrit by S. Kienhard" mentions following kAvyas :
- pavandUta of vAdichandra sUri (17th century) (repeat?)
- vAtadUta by Krishnatha Nyayapanchanana (end of 19th century)
- IndudUta by Jaina Vinaya Vijaygani (1653), the meessenger being the moon, "diadactic and religious in theme."
- chandradUta by jambukavI, with an erotic theme
- chandradUta by Jaina Vimalakirti, a religios theme.
- chandradUta by Krishnachandra Tarkalankara, with subject of a separation of Rama and Sita.
- Manodutam of Visnudasa (15th century), wordlcat
- manodUta by Tailanga Vrajanatha (1757)
- manodUta by Rajarama
- manodUta of Jaina poet
- chetodUta of Jaina poet, is a samasyApUrANa kAvya.
- uddhavasandesha 1 by
Rupa Gosvami. All uddhavadUta poems have Uddhava, Krishna's confidant,
is on his way to Mathura at the behest of Gopis.
- uddhavasandesha by Madhava Sharman
- uddhavasandesha by Rajavallabha Misra (1889)
- uddhavacharita by Raghunandanadasa has 163 stanzas
- hamsasandesha or hamsadUtam of Venkatanatha of Vedantadesika (14th century)
- hamsadUtam by Vamanabhatta Bana (1st half of the 15th century)
- hamsadUtam by Purnasarasvati
- hamsadUtam by Rupa Gisvami
- hamsasandesha by Raghunathadasa
- hamsadUtam by a Shaivite poet, in which poet sends his own soul in the shape of a goose to his beloved.
- shukasandesha by Lahsmidasa
- kIradUta by Ramagopala
- shukasandesha by Karingapalli
- shukasandesha by Nambudri
- shukasandesha by Purnasarsavai
- shukasandesha by Rangacharya
- mayUrasandesha by Udayottunga (14th century)
- kokilasandesha by Uddanda Kavi (beginning of 15th century)
- kokilasandesha by Nrisimha
- kokilasandesha by Venkatacharya
- kokiladUta by Haridasa
- kAkadUta by Chintamanrao Sahasrabuddhe, a parody with crow as a messenger.
- bhR^ingasandesha bu Vasudeva
- bhramaradUta by Rudra Nyayapanchanana
- bhR^ingadUta by Satabudhana Krishnadeva
- bhramarasandesha by Mahalinga Shastri (1954)
- kAmasandesha by MatR^idatta (end of 17th century), with kAme the god of love being a messenger
- The Pantha Duta Kavya by Bholanath of Tikuri, Bengal: Critically Edited for the First Time with an Introduction in English by Jatindra Bimal Chaudhuri
Samskrita-Duta-Kavya samgraha, no. 5. 1949 - 16 pages. The messenger is a
wanderer whom the Gopis have begged to go to Krishna in Mathura.
- padA~NkadUta of kR^iShNasArvabhauma of Bengal (1723) in which Gopis enturst the message to the footprints (padA~Nka) of Krishna, requesting them to convey the message.
Mriganka Dutam by abhirAjendra based on in his posting in Indonesia, period years 1987-1989. (A Dutakavya Based on the Technical
Excellence). This is autobiographical poem. (The introduction says that
there are more than 350 dUtakAvyas in existence.)
- sandesharAsaka by Abdul Rahman, a weaver, son of Mirasana, 14th century. Not fully Sanskrit composition, but with apabhramsha.
"This is a message poem (Dutakavya) in the tradition set by Kalidasa's
famous Sanskrit poem Meghaduta composed in Apabhramsa by a Muslim poet
of the thirteenth century. The Nayika here is a beautiful young woman
of Vijayanagara whose beloved husband left her on business and has not
returned, and the messenger is a traveller on his way from Multan to
Cambay, a place where coincidentally her lover has gone."
- 21 Ganapati Stotra from http://kelkaramol.blogspot.com. Compared with available Ganesha stotra.
- 21 Dattatreya Stotra from http://kelkaramol.blogspot.com
- Stutis from Shrimad Bhagavatam, a compilation of hymns.
- Dainik Prarthana, look for aparAjitA stotra (p28), nR^isi.nha kavacha (p49), and other kavachas. These kavachas have initial mantras which can be added in the existing texts.
- Gita Press edition of Sahasranama Stotra Sangraha posted by
- ShriRadhaSaptashati composed by Vagisha Shastri.
- Encode various Gyatri-s found in
Mantra Maharnava, Gayatrimahatantra, navagrahagAyatrI, and
This is to enhance the existing collection file gaayatriimantraaH in doc_z_misc_major_works.
- Tiruppavai by Shri Andal translated in Sanskrit. This is also known as Nila Gita.
- Bhaskararaya's shivanAmakalpalatAlavAla Sanskrit and Thesis by Emil Ernst Strohal 1900. This is a commentary on 108 names of Shiva.
- http://brajprarthna.blogspot.com/ Ravi Kant Sharma's well prepared and lovingly presented site with stotras and images.
- nitya karma vidhI, mahAgAyatrI lIlAstutiH (printed page 57-58)
- Devi Stotra Ratnakara (Gita Press) parts available at
http://www.dwarkadheeshvastu.com but the quality of scan is very bad. If you are interested in entering some of these stotras not available on doc_devii page, let us know so we can send the higher resolution pages. See the table of contents of Devi Stotra Ratnakar by Gita Press.
- 47 Atmashakti, dhyAnasUtra shataka, paramAnandastotra, mahAvIrAShTaka stotra, bhaktAmara stotra and
paramAnanda stotra Hindi from Adhyatma Paath Manjusha and Vairagya Paath Sangrah.
Mahalakshmi Kritis of Shri Mutthuswami Dikshithar.
- Vijnanashatakam, 4th Shatakam by Bhartrihari with Sanskrit commentary,
and Sanskrit text
with Gujarati translation.
- Mahanirvana Tantra. This has a few brahma-stotras, rarely found.
- SriKrishna_sahasranama_stota from Garga Samhita. A table of contents (TOC) of Gargasamhita is available in PDF and Word Docx formats. Some of the short stotras are marked.
- Balarama sahasranAmastotra from Garga samhita, kANda 8, adhyAya 13. Also Balarama stavarAja, kavacha, stotra. A scanned portion is available for proofreading at scanned Gargasamhita, Balarama sahasranAmastotra, Balarama stavarAja, kavacha, stotra, from archive.org gargasamhitA.
- Pasayadana is translated in Sanskrit by L. V. Deshpande (samashloki)
- Vishnusahasranama from PadmaPurana
- Vishnusahasranama from SkandaPurana Avantikhanda
- shataratna sangraha 100 verses compiled by 13th century pandit Shrimat Umapati Shivacharya with commentaries.
- Panchdev Atharvashirsha Sangraha, Gita-Press. Especially shiva, sUrya and nArAyaNAtharvashIrSha.
Bruhajjiyothisharanya(Dharma Skandha) durgopAsanakalpadruma by Hari
Krishna. The volume has all stotras, kavachas, sahasranAmastotra,
vidhAna, pUjA related to Durga. The book is at DLI, search for Bruhat
Jyothishisharnava prashanarakamdhekharamarthanda Adhyaya charturta