Chanting the following prayer from Sri Ganapati Atharvasirsa Upanishad (stanza # 8) appeases him -
"Om, Let us meditate on Sri Ganesh, the lord with one tusk. May that great lord with curved elephant trunk inspire and illumine our mind and understanding."
Worshippers pray to Lord Shiva by continuously chanting this simple, yet very potent mantra, taken from Sri Rudram (Taittiriya Samhita, Krishna Yajurved) -
“Oh! Lord Shiva, I prostrate before you.”
The following prayer has been extracted from Gajendra Moksha Stotram-18th stanza, which occurs in the eighth Skanda and third chapter of Bhagwatha Purana (Sloka 2-29).
"Whosoever prays to You for dharma, desire, wealth or salvation,They get their desires fulfilled, and even when Your devotees,Do not ask anything from You, You give them an imperishable body,And I request from You salvation for me."
The following Durga Stuti from Durga Sapta Shati – Chap. 11, Sloka 10th appeases her -
“You, who is the Most Auspicious among all auspiciousness,You, who always promotes welfare of all,You, who causes all objectives to be accomplished,I seek refuge under Your divine feet, Oh! Mother of the three worlds.Oh! Refulgent one, who is the Source of all Light and who blesses us with Divine ConsciousnessWe bow to You.”
The following Sloka extracted from Mahalakshmyashtak Stotra of Padma Puran appeases her -
“Oh! Mahamaya, abode of fortune, who art worshipped by the Devas, I bow to Thee; Oh! Mahalakshmi, who holds conch, disc and mace, I bow down to Thee.”
Kuber is considered the treasurer of the gods and here he is being invoked, in association with the ‘beej’ mantras of Lakshmi (Shreem), Durga (Hreem) and Kali (kleem) for grant of income and wealth.
The Gayatri Mantra is a highly revered mantra, from the Rig Veda (3.62.10). It is repeated and cited very widely in Vedic literature and praised in several well-known classical Hindu texts such as the Manu Smriti and the Bhagavad Gita.
ॐ भूर्भुवः स्वः तत्सवितुर्वरेण्यं
भर्गो देवस्यः धीमहि धियो यो नः प्रचोदयात्
"Let us adore the supremacy of that divine sun, the god-head who illuminates all, who recreates all, from whom all proceed, to whom all must return, whom we invoke to direct our understandings right in our progress toward his holy seat."
The following Sloka (# 4) has been extracted from the Saraswati Stotra occurring in Padma Purana -
Whosoever chants this hymn to Devi Saraswati, the sustainer of the universe, at dawn, noon and at dusk attains all knowledge
The following prayer has been taken from Argala Stotra of Durga Saptashati (Sloka # 1) -
"Om, She Who Conquers Over All, All-Auspicious, the remover of Darkness, the Excellent One Beyond Time, the bearer of the Skulls of Impure thought the reliever of difficulties, loving, forgiveness,supporter of the Universe, take the oblations of the devotee who is one with you,take the oblations of ancestral praise,We bow to you."
The following Sloka (#6) is extracted from chapter Sri Ramarajyam of Sri Ananda Ramayana -
“One who has a pleasing countenance, One who has beautiful eyes, One who has delightful qualities and is sweet in words,One to whom the whole world bows in reverence, One who fulfills bhakta's desires,Sri Ramachandra, I bow down to You!”
The following Sloka is extracted from Sri Brahma-Samhita -
“I worship Govinda, the Primeval Lord, the First Progenitor Who is tending the cows, yielding all desires, in abodes built with spiritual gems, surrounded by millions of purpose-trees, always served with great reverence and affection by hundreds of thousands of Lakshmis or Gopis.”
While Hanuman Chalisa remains one of the most important devotional songs of daily Pooja, the following Sloka (# 3) has been excerpted from Sundar Kand of Sri Ramcharit Manas of Tulsidas-
"I bow to the son of the wind god, the beloved devotee of Sri Rama, the chief of the monkeys, the repository of all virtues, the foremost among the wise, a fire to consume the forest of the demon race, possessing a body shining as a mountain of gold and a home of immeasurable strength."
One of the most important devotional songs frequently recited to praise the Surya comes from the Rig Veda, Book 1 Hymn 35:
"Throughout the dusky firmament advancing, laying to rest the immortal and the mortal, borne in his golden chariot I see him cometh, Savitr, the God who looks on every creature."
According to Hinduism facts, Shani is an ardent devotee of Lord Shiva. Therefore, anybody who chants the following mantra from Navagraha Stotra is relieved from all the ill effects of Shani -
“I bow to Lord Shani, who is black in colour and son of Sun and born to Chhaya and brother of Yama, who moves very slowly.”