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Bhagavad Gita (Sanskrit & English)

By Krishna Varmareleased on:2009-10-31T07:46:51Z

The Bhagavad Gita represents the epitome of the philosophy contained in Sanatana Dharma. In elegant Sanskrit verses, it lays out the path to self-realization. The teachings contained are as relevant and practical in today's world as they were thousands of years ago when they were revealed during the battle of Kurukshetra.

This application aims to provide a quick pocket reference and memorization-aid for the verses of the Bhagavad Gita.

- Each Sanskrit verse is provided in crisp and clear Devanagari script (as well as ISO 15919 Roman transliteration) along with the English translation. A student of Sanskrit will appreciate the English translation which strives to not only be literal but also match the word order as closely as possible to the original Sanskrit.
- Quick access to every sloka using familiar touch interactions (spinning-wheel and flick gestures)
- Favorites feature to aid in memorization
- Fully functional in offline mode as well

Also be sure to check out these related top-rated apps available in the app store:
Sanskrit Primer - Learning and reference app
VIshnu Sahasranaama

Om Tat Sat

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By Manish Patelreleased on:2010-01-05T02:22:23Z

This application is a directory of 1500+ religious hindu songs/sayings. Users can search, create a favorites list and email bhajans to others for convenience.

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Vishnu Sahasranaama

By Krishna Varmareleased on:2010-03-19T08:23:40Z

The Vishnu Sahasranaama (thousand names of Lord Vishnu) is a part of the Anushasana Parva of the Mahabharata. It was composed by Sanaka, one of the Kumaras (eternal living Youths) and was transmitted by Bhishma who recited it in the presence of Sri Krishna to the Pandava brothers when he was questioned thus by Yuddhisthira:
"Who is the Being who is the supreme Lord of all, who is the sole refuge of all and by praising whom man gains what is good and attains to salvation?"
The thousand names of Lord Vishnu is the answer that Bhishma gives to this enquiry.

This app aims to provide a pocket reference to this most sacred and commonly chanted Stotra.

Also check out these related top-rated apps available in the app store:
Sanskrit Primer - Learning and reference app
Bhagavad Gita (Sanskrit & English)

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Sri Vishnusahasranamam

By Imaginnovate LLCreleased on:2009-11-06T11:40:08Z

VishnuSahasranamam means "Thousand Names of Vishnu". It is one of the most widely chanted and sacred stotras in Hinduism. The names were handed down to Yudhisthira by the famous warrior Bhishma who was on his death bed at the battle of Kurukshetra.

VishnuSahasranamam app is intended for everyone. Read these slokas while in commute, at the work place, at home, in the temple or when you are in a religious group. You no longer have to carry a book wherever you go. You are always a 'touch' away from this powerful mantra. With the availability of audio for VishnuSahasranamam stotra, you can listen to the stotras and read through the text at the same time for a better experience. "u2028We will be adding more features to this application. Please send any ideas or features that you would like see in the app to ""

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OM Images Lite

By Bryan Benettireleased on:2010-02-26T06:16:32Z

Try Before you Buy:
The paid version of OM Images includes 108 images.

Lite Version Includes:
Enjoy 15 beautiful images of OM on your iPhone or iPod, viewable as a slideshow to the beautiful music of renowned composer Ken Davis. You can also browse through all the images, set them as your iPhone or iPod wallpaper, and email them to a friend or to yourself. The emails also includes links to download FREE wallpapers for use on your computer, as well as a FREE personalized 16 page Vedic Horoscope emailed to you after filling in your birth data.

We are very excited to include in the OM app the complete original recording of Ken Davis' melody "Wilderness" from the world-renowned composer's CD titled Innocence


How to use the OM App:

When OM starts you will be presented with the Home view. From there you can:

Tap the "Relaxation Slideshow of 15 OM Images" button to start slideshow.

Tap the "Browse OM Images" button. In this mode you can browse all the images included in the OM app using the "Left" and "Right" arrow buttons, or with one finger swipe left or right on the image. Tapping the screen will toggle the toolbar on and off. Tap "Save for Wallpaper" to make the photo you are currently viewing the new Wallpaper on your device. Tap "Email to a Friend" to open an email view and send the photo you are currently viewing to a friend. Please note: to use this feature you must have email setup on your iPhone or iPod. To return to the Home view tap the "Home" button.

The Ken Davis music track can be toggled on and off while in Slideshow or Browse Photos mode by tapping "Play Music" and "Stop Music" on the Home view. Tap the button that reads "Ken Davis on iTunes" to open the iTunes app and view Ken's CD.

OM has been tested on iPhone 3G, iPhone 3GS, and iPod Touch 2nd Generation.

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By WEBoot Studiosreleased on:2010-02-12T10:21:35Z

Need to Pray on the go? Need to express your faith anywhere? iPuja can help you with that.

iPuja is a Hindu prayer application. It feature hindu deities and the respective mantras to chant for each one. All the deities are actual Hindu Idols found at the Shiv Shakti Mandir in Mauritius.

Idol worship is one of the main precepts of Hinduism. The idol is a symbol, a form, with which the mind can be connected and concentrated upon. More than any abstract concept, an image or a symbol (yantra) is the best aid to concentrate and control ones mind and attention. By keeping the mind concentrated on a particular image, the mind can be stabilized. Idol worship helps us to concentrate the energies that emanate from a prayer into one strong flow of current in one particular direction.

In the symbolism section, we explain some of the symbols in Hinduism and their significance. We have a Kirtan Section with the lyrics of some major chants in Hinduism. Hanuman, Shiva and Durga Chalisas are included for now. We will be adding more kirtans in the future and add audio for them too.

We have a mantra chanting section to help you meditate. It loops through the mantras for continuous repetitive chanting of these powerful mantras. You can listen in through your iphone loudspeakers or through tour iphone headsets.

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The Bhagavad Gita in Hindi

By IndiaNIC Infocom Limitedreleased on:2011-01-11T06:15:31Z

The Bhagavad Gita in Sanskrit with it's essence in HINDI.

Now read the greatest philosophy and a classes tale of Hindu Spirituality, the "Bhagvad-Gita" in SANSKRIT with it's essence in HINDI. It will only work for iOS 4.0 and Above OS versions.

Read Bhagavad Gita in HINDI, with latest eBook Reader having bunch of new features listed bellow which help you to enhance your reading experience.


1) Real Book like reading experience with Page turn effect.

2) Manage Bookmarks

3) Add notes to page

4) Table of Index (Chapters & Bookmark Both)

5) Font face and size change facility

6) Jump through Chapters and Pages through bottom Page Scroller

7) Continue reading from where you have left (Resume)

8) Search through whole book

9) Share & Email us Functionality

- Share Application link on Twitter

- Share Application link on Facebook

- Tell a Friend

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FaithNews - Multifaith News and Events

By Islamic Networks, Increleased on:2011-02-11T11:02:57Z

ING is pleased to present a groundbreaking new app for the iPhone.

Did you ever want to wish your neighbor happy holidays, but weren't sure when his or her religion has holidays or what to say? Have you ever blanked on the Hebrew word for charity? Are you planning a luncheon and need to know when Ramadan ends so you can feed your Muslim guests? Multifaith News and Events has all that and more.

It's not simply a calendar of holy days, or a dictionary of important religious terms. Multifaith News and Events is much more. This app comes with over 200 interesting facts - some trivial, some wildly important - about the five major world religions represented by ING's Interfaith Speakers Bureau: Islam, Judaism, Christianity, Hinduism, and Buddhism.

The general concept for this app is to allow users to easily acquire daily news and information surrounding religion and interreligious issues.

These include:

o Daily aggregation of news articles on religious pluralism from several different news publications. Topics include religion in the workplace, religion and civil rights, 1st Amendment (freedom of religion) issues, etc.

o Multifaith calendar highlighting religious days of observance. Holidays will contain brief descriptions as well as links for more information.

o List of religious events and conferences around the country.

o Basic and often surprising facts about the world's five major religions: Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Judaism and Islam. For added interest, related facts will link to each other; for instance you can easily see how fasting works in both Judaism and Islam.

o Information about Islamic Networks Group and its educational programs.

Designed and developed by Magnicode, Multifaith News and Events is the go-to app for interreligious information, events and more.

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By Omnitoonsreleased on:2010-04-13T04:15:06Z

Did something you're proud of today? Or something you can't admit to anyone else?

Tap in your daily deeds with KarmaTracker! A daily journal, equipped with cute animations and inspirational quotes, KarmaTracker will guide you to a better living.

Keep track of your deeds and even get an overall karma reading when you shake your iPhone 3 times!

And think you're game enough to share your daily deeds with your friends? KarmaTracker allows to share your journal entries on Twitter!


Features include:
√ Motivating daily quotes for every new journal entry
√ Cute animations including a Karma Float page to track your karma at a glance
√ Option to tweet your journal entry
√ Shake 3 times to get your overall karma reading for saved entries!
√ Easy-to-view index of journal entries
√ Different themes for your KarmaTracker

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Sadhus of India

By Deborrah Henryreleased on:2010-08-05T12:10:25Z

***Please Note*** Pictures optimized for brilliant **High Resolution** viewing on your iPhone 4! Our pictures have also been optimized for the iPad's large screen!! Also, comptatible and looks great on your iPhone 3G, iPhone 3GS, and iPod Touch.

The desire for spiritual enlightenment is what motivates a Sadhu to become a Sadhu.With the promise of a carefree life devoted to spiritual study, the focus for most holy men and women seeking this independent lifestyle is still popular amongst many adventurous types in India. Primarily joining the brotherhood of Sadhu's (less than 10% of sadhus are women) is like going back in time, to become harmonious with nature, their guru and each other, while connecting to the Divine with an intuitive call and connection. Wandering Sadhus travel India and Nepal serving, communing and attaining wisdom as to the mysteries of the Divine.

For more images and information regarding India and the Sadhus of India, see Deborrah's blog on her website at

Use pictures as your wallpaper on the iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch or email to a friend or loved one. Or view the pictures as a slideshow with music.

Deborrah began photographing her fiber art/craft book ("The Simple Art of Ribbon Design", Random House) in the early "u201890's. Having been a self taught fiber artist and educated as a children's art teacher has deepened her love for art. This background has given her the inspiration to get out of the studio and into the environment. Having lived in multi cultural environments within the United States and having learned to appreciate the differences within humanity has given her the drive to explore other cultures and religions. Her love for the east Indian culture and specifically Buddhism and Hinduism as experienced in Nepal and India, has given her the inspiration to continue her love of other cultures and religions through photography as her art expression.

"I especially love shooting in India and Nepal because of the numerous religious celebrations where a deep devotion with the Divine can be experienced in age old traditions." She adds, " the colors, symbolism and inherent beauty is easy for me to see in India and Nepal to spite the obvious challenges of poverty, difficult conditions and hardships Her people face and experience."

Having won numerous First Place show awards and Best of Show recognition, she continues to deepen her relationship with her work, her camera and her love for expressing beauty.

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iMala Lite

By MangoTree Ventures Ltdreleased on:2009-04-21T02:39:39Z

iMala (Basic version)

iPhone application - iMala (Basic)

iMala is iPhone based MALA application. People who want to "MALA _JAP" Or "MANTRA_JAP" like "Om Namah Shivay", "Om" etc (a type of meditation with threaded bead) can use this application. People can use this application for keeping track of the MALA count and BEAD count as well (Premium version).
Application sounds a small beep on completion of a whole MALA (108 Beads) (Premium version).

(Premium version) iMala keep track of the total MALA count and Bead count and store the last count, so when user comes next time to application, user will be given selection to resume the count to continue current count or reset the count to start it from the first.

About us:
iMala is bought to you be Shudhecha, Any queries please contact

Shubhecha - initial impulse that starts you on a spiritual search
Shudhecha part of the MangoTree Group

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Religious Collection

By Credencys Solutions Increleased on:2010-12-11T01:54:01Z

Religious Collection brings you with choice of download the best seller books of a particular category in one App.

This app contains A collection of bestseller books on Religions, If you want to get to the root of Religious it will be a good choice for you by purchasing multiple books in one app only.

It Includes...

A Vedic Reader for Students
Black Merigold
Brahma Knowledge
Dakshinamurti Stotra
Fruit Gathering
How to be a Yogi
Hyms of The Samveda
Kali The Mother
Kundalini The Mother of the Universe

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I Love GOD

By Ishwar LLCreleased on:2010-03-20T07:00:00Z

App featuring content from the website 'I Love GOD -'. The app has selected quotes from various sacred texts of the world religions and also visitor's answers to the question 'Do you love GOD?'. Great way to start your day by reading inspirational quotes carefully chosen from the Bible, Quran, Tao te Ching, Bhagavad Gita, Dhammapada and other sacred books.

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There are more than 300,000 iphone/ipad apps for just about any category you can think of including Hinduism you looking for.

We belive for every paid Hinduism app out there there is a equivalent free Hinduism app that can be downloaded from itunes free of charge. If you do not like that app you can always uninstall it without paying for it or worring about losing the money you paid for app you do not use.

Try out the free Hinduism apps to see if you like it before purchasing the more expensive versions of it.
- There are thousands of iphone developers daily release free iphone apps.
- Explore different Hinduism apps with free iphone apps and see if you like it before you pay for it.
- Just like trial software for non mobile operating systems, free iphone Hinduism apps let you explore similar tools before you purchase the more expensive version.
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