Rudram Namakam Chamakam Telugu pdf (రుద్రం నమకం చమకం) is one of the ancient and famous Vedic mantras dedicated to Lord Shiva. Shri Rudram, also known as Sri Rudra Prashna, is a hymn dedicated to Lord Shiva. The Sri Rudram Namakam part appears in the Taittiriya Samhita of the Krishna Yajurveda, particularly in the fourth Kanda and the fifth Prasanna.
This powerful Vedic mantra is divided into two parts. Chapter 16 of the Yajurveda is known as Namakam because of the repeated use of the word “Namo” in it.
Namakam: The Namakam in particular enumerates the various epithets and names of Rudra. It recognises the violent aspects of Rudra and requests him to be benevolent and peaceful, rather than violent and destructive. It also acknowledges the presence of the deity in those from all walks of life, be they carpenters (TS 184.108.40.206) or thieves (TS 220.127.116.11).
Chamakam: The Chamakam enumerates the various things one would want in life and requests Rudra to grant them to the devotee. It acknowledges both material and spiritual desires and requests the deity for both. Some verses invoke other deities such as Agni and Vishnu and request them to join in the devotee’s prayers to Rudra.
According to Jabla Upanishad, reciting Rudra Store leads to immortality (enlightenment). Because part of this text allows devotees to pray for the fulfillment of their wishes. There are also 11 allegations of Lord Shiva which are mentioned in Brihadaranyaka Upanishad. There are 11 anuvakas in chapter 4.5 of Yajurveda, Taittiriya Samhita. These verses together are called “Sri Rudram Ka Namakam”. Adhyay 4.7 consists of 11 verses, these verses together is called “The Miracle of Sri Rudram”.