Shiva Songs: To make it easy for you we have compiled a list of Shiva Bhajans and Music by Sounds of Isha all at one place. All of the Lord Shiva Songs available on this page are free to download and you can listen to them as and when you want. Learn about Adiyogi Songs that can inspire and generate positive vibes in you.
- Sivanai Nambaadhey
- Adiguruve – Ode to the Adiyogi
- Shiva Shiva
- Shiva Stotram
- Nirvana Shatakam
- Guru Paduka Stotram
- Aum Namah Shivaya
- Shiv Shabdam
- Chidambareshvara Stotram
- Shiva Shadakshara Stotram
- Daridraya Dahana Stotram
- Shiva Panchakshara Stotram
- Adiyoginam Pranamamyaham
- Chandrashekhara Ashtakam
- Na Hi Shiva Sneha
- Uma Maheshwara Stotram
- Parvati Vallabha Ashtakam
List of Shiva(Adiyogi) Songs
Below is the compilation of Lord Shiva Songs that can have a huge impact on you when to listen to them. We have mentioned some of the songs of Adiyogi and their significance in the further modules. You can check on them and know the importance of the particular song or bhajan. They are in the coming sections.
This particular song is inspired by the poem written by Sadguru on Shiva and the literal meaning of it is “Don’t Trust Shiva.”
This outpouring of devotion by Sadhguru Shri Brahma captures the complete surrender that he experiences for Adi Guru. He is a Yogi who walked this land about a Century Ago.
This is a song that brings you in the Spirit of Maha Shivaratri. Listen to the song and start swaying effortlessly.
Three qualities, three forces, and three devas. A trio may appear different on the surface but if you go deeper you will find a seamless union. Bridge the gap between trinity and unity and you will find Mahadeva.
Nirvana Shatakam is a famous Sanskrit Chant composed by Adi Shankaracharya himself thousand years ago. This Chant brings a Spiritual Seeker’s Pursuit.
It is a very powerful chant that glorifies the “Sandals of the Guru” and is symbolically represented as “the boat to help cross the endless ocean of life”. This particular chant enables one to become receptive to Guru’s Grace.
Damaru is usually the musical instrument of Adi Yogi who is also known as Adi Guru or First Guru. As per the Yogic lore, it is on Guru Purnima Adi Guru decided to offer the science of Yoga to his seven disciples who are now known as Saptharishis.
It is from the Mantra Series of Sounds of Isha and performed during Guru Pournami Satsang with Sadguru.
This mantra, when pronounced with awareness, helps purify the system and brings meditativeness. It is treated as maha-mantra in certain cultures and has something to do with the five elements in nature or panchaksharas.
This Chant is a gentler and beautiful form of shiva unlike his many other wild and crazy forms. It has the power to open up and break your limitations.
Sounds of Isha composed this chant during the occasion of Dakshinayana or the summer solstice. The time in which Adi Yogi choose to become the first or Adi guru to transmit Yoga to his 7 disciples.
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