The time of sunset or the dusk is highly auspicious for the worship of Lord Shiva. It is during this time all beings attain peace tentatively ceasing from the tiresome monotony of worldly activities and take rest to resume creativity the next day. This time was discovered by our ancient Rishi as suitable for worship, especially to Shiva The Pradosha worship is done in the evening twilight on the thirteenth day of each lunar fortnight. It is the worship of Lord Shiva for victory and success in all undertakings. and the fulfillment of all our heart’s cherished desires. Pradosha is the worship of Lord Shiva and Parvati when they are in an extremely propitious mood.
Repeated worsted in war by the demons, the gods approached Lord Shiva to bless them with a leader for their celestial host. They came to the Lord at twilight on the thirteenth day of the lunar fortnight and found Him in the blissful company of His consort. Parvati, Hymned and glorified by them. Siva immediate granted their prayerful request. Hence, the extreme auspiciousness of the period. It is believed that during this auspicious period all the hosts of celestial beings and gods come down from the heavens and attend the worship in their subtle from. This adds immensely to the sancity of the worship. This Pooja is highly lauded by the scriptures and is of very great sanctity and importance to worshippers of Lord Shiva .The Listening of this Pooja mantras would invoke the blessings of the divine couple and bring merits, wealth and prosperity.
Hence, in order to cater to the wish of the devotees this Compact Disc Contains the recitation of the traditional Pradosha Pooja comprising. Nandikeshwara Pooja. Nandikeshwara Ashtottara Satanamavalli. Vigneshwara Pooja. Sankalpa. Pooja to Ghanta and Kalasa. Pradosha Pooja Siva Ashtottara Satanmavalli, Dhoopa-Dipa Niranajanam. Prarthana, Arghyapradhana. Siva Panchkshara Nakshatramaalaa, Siva Ashtottara Satanamavali, Dhoopa-Dipa-Niranjanam, Prarthana, Arghyapradana, Siva Panchakshara Nakshatramaalaa, Siva Ashtottara Nama Sataka Stotram and Pradoshmahima Stotram.