Category: Sthapan Puja
‘Sri Rudram’ is a Vedic hymn written as a prayer to Rudra, a form of Archetype Shiva, to transform from his fierce form to peaceful form and shower us with his blessings.
This prayer has two parts with each divided into eleven sections. The first part has verses ending with the term “Nama” and hence this part is named ‘Namakam’ or ‘Rudram’. The second part is named ‘Chamakam’ as the verses end with “Cha Me” which means “let this be granted to me”.
When the Sri Rudram is chanted along with a homam, then it is termed as Laghu Rudra Homa.
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