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Sri Rudra is a sacred word from 'Sanskrit', a Rigvedic deity, who is the supreme well-being and protector of male generations. The word 'Trishati' is, chanting the great poems, in praise of Lord Shiva. Sri Rudra Nama Trishati is a formulation based on traditional principles and derived from Vedic perspectives, chanting 300 Names of Lord Shiva, in sequence, continuously. Sri Rudram is also known as Sri Rudraprasna, Satarudriya and Rudradhyaya, is a Vedic mantra taken from " Krishna Yajurveda's Taittiriya Samhita", comprises with two parts "Namakam and Chamakam", a chant to admire Lord Rudra, who is similar in appearance with quality and characteristics of Lord Shiva.
The Next part is "Chamakam" which means "the Cha Me Part" means "Literally for me". In Sri Rudram the Namakam part is called "Namah Part". In this sacred hymn the 5th Prapāṭhaka or otherwise called as "Literary Lessons" according to "Maitrayaniya Upanishad" which talks about the Deity worship and the benefits. But also takes another form educating man's liberation of worship through Soul meditation and Self-knowledge. This 5th Prapathaka discusses on Pantheistic soul and Samkhya theory of Gunas, which means a naturalistic worship which has no moral standards that karma enforces.
The Namakam is the 5th Prapathaka of the 4th Kanda of the Taittiriya recension embedded inside Black Yajur Veda, also known as also known as the "Maitri Upanishad or Rudradhyaya or the Rudra Prashna, is a salutations to Lord Rudra (Lord Shiva) as "Namah" revering Lord Rudra in every form in all creations. Sri Rudram and Chamkam are powerful hymns of the entire Vedic Corpus. Sri Rudradhyaya is a unique hymn of Upanishad, appears in the main body of parent Veda is a blessing in disguise of Lord Rudra, to achieve and attain all qualities of righteousness of the spiritual world.
OM NAMO BHAGAVATE RUDRAYA ||
Our Salutations to Omnipresent Lord Rudra
Sri Rudram and Chamakam, is chanted with "Krama Paatam", which is based on Pada Paatam. Here Pada means a powerful and effective recitation and Paatam is based on Classical Grammar, maintaining the sacredness of the Sri Rudram and Chamkam Mantra. Vedicfolks is performing sacred Homam to honor the god of armor, the Protector of all boundaries, the archetype of Lord Shiva to save us from indefinite mysterious calamities and removal of evil effects and save us from untimely death and natural and unnatural disasters . Through Chanting the 300 Names of Lord Shiva and performing this scriptural traditional homam, energize the eleven anuvakas or hymns, to make him calm and empower the grace of Sri Rudra in all our divine lives. It admires Lord Rudra to grace us in this occasion with charm and delightedness, a similar divine energy with quality and characteristics of Lord Shiva. On this occasion, all will be blessed with nourishment, relieve your from fear of death, lead you to immortality. You can also overcome all fears and confusion in life, gives you a clear thinking to your mind. It promotes healthy atmosphere, relieve your from infectious disease, keep you with ever joy and happiness, bless you to attain unending prosperity.