Ram Raksha Stotra (Sanskrit: श्रीरामरक्षास्तोत्रम्) is a Sanskrit stotra, hymn of praise, used as a prayer for protection to Lord Rama, it was written by a saint Budha Kaushika during the Vedic period. Literal meaning of Ram Raksha means ‘Protection given by Lord Rama (to us)’. One who sincerely recites it and understands its meaning, he receives faith that Lord Rama protects his mind & prepares it to know the Ultimate Truth. It is said that Lord Shiva came into saint Budha Kaushika’s dream and sung these 38 stanzas.
The Rudrashtakam (Sanskrit: रुद्राष्टकम, Rudrāṣṭakam) is a Sanskrit composition in devotion of Rudra, composed by the Hindu Bhakti poet Tulsidas (Sanskrit: तुलसीदास). The Ashtakam is in reverence to Rudra, though the context pertains to the Shiva, the post-Vedic transformation of Rudra. I
Shiva Rudrashtakam : शिव रुद्राष्टकम
Sankat Nashan Ganesha Stotram is taken from the Narada Purana and is one of the most effective Stotra of Lord Ganesh. As I said above It eliminates all sorts of problems. Chanting this Stotra daily frees a person from all kinds of impediments and destroy all sorrows
Sankat Nashan Ganesha Stotram : संकट नाशन गणेश स्तोत्र
Shiva Tandava Stotram (शिवताण्डवस्तोत्रम्) is a hymn of praise in the Hindu tradition that describes Shiva’s power and beauty. It was sung by Ravana. Both the fourth and fifth quatrains of this hymn conclude with lists of Shiva’s epithets as destroyer, even the destroyer of death itself.
Shiva Tandav Stotram : शिव तांडव स्तोत्र
Ashta Lakshmi Stotram, also spelled Ashtalakshmi or Astha Lakshmi Stotra or Asthalakshmi, is one of the great devotional prayer addressed to the Asta Lakshmi or the Eight Lakshmis. It is believed that whoever with devotion reads this hymn to Goddess Lakshmi composed in eight stanzas, attains all success through her blessings and Grace. Ashtalakshmis are regarded as the manifestations of Goddess Lakshmi Devi.
Ashta Lakshmi Stotram : श्री अष्ट लक्ष्मी स्तोत्र
Sai Baba of Shirdi, also known as Shirdi Sai Baba, was an Indian spiritual master who was and is regarded by his devotees as a saint, fakir, and satguru, according to their individual proclivities and beliefs.