Dear budding musicians and chanters,
In order to help people who have difficulty learning how to pronounce Samskrita words (especially those speaking south Indian languages, particularly Tamizh), I have a suggestion.
Please recite Mukundamala stotram.
I give you the link:
You can listen to the correct recitation here:
(The shlokas are given in several scripts in this site).
Particularly, please repeat these shlokas. They come in different places but are in the MP3 file :
śreyo deva-śikhā-maṇir diśatu no gopāla-cūḍā-maṇiḥ
nāsthā dharme na vasu-nicaye naiva kāmopabhoge
yad bhāvyaḿ tad bhavatu bhagavan pūrva-karmānurūpam
etat prārthyaḿ mama bahu mataḿ janma-janmāntare 'pi
tvat-pādāmbhoruha-yuga-gatā niścalā bhaktir astu
bhava-jaladhim agādhaḿ dustaraḿ nistareyaḿ
katham aham iti ceto mā sma gāḥ kātaratvam
sarasija-dṛśi deve tārakī bhaktir ekā
naraka-bhidi niṣaṇṇā tārayiṣyaty avaśyam
Hope this helps.
PS: the Tamizh file and recitation are from one site, the English transliteration is from another site and may split the words a little differently. But you can resolve it based on the audio).
Practice to improve Samskrita pronunciation
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