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Wednesday, 30 November 2016

Sri Ganga Sahasranama Sthothram - Bhrihad Dharmapurana – Lyrics and meanings 101 – 110



|| Jai Sriman Narayana ||












Sri Shuka continues “ Supreme Goddess Ganga is streaming on  westwards, prior she has watercourse on south and north as well, she has extended up to the length of one and half Yojana, she is pure, she has descended down to earth for the elevation of soul from distress, she pardons the fault of her worshiper, she is faultless, she is the safe haven for her worshiper, she provides shelter to the pious, she symbolizes wealth, her sacred waters are highly propitious for the performance of Shraddha/final rite of ancestors, she represents Svaha and Svatha, she is Viroopakshi/curved eyes, she has beautiful eyes, she is the provider of auspiciousness to her worshiper, she has the luster of water lily and moonshine, she is Kumudha/form of Durga/white water lily, she is decked in various fresh alluring flowers, she is Saumya/pleasant, she is Bhavani, she dwells as Prana in the living creatures and she resides in the essential elements too, she has colossal form, she has attractive face,  she has the color of clouds, she is mightiest, she has lovely waist line, she is Balahaka/cloud that appears at the time of deluge, her long and beautiful hair is decorated with ornaments, she dwells is Nabhomandalam, she is Mallika, she has the luster of flowers of Mallika, she is decked in crescent moon, she has the fragrances of sacred Thulasi leaves, she adorn Thulasidhama as a ornament, she dwells in the shrubs of Thulasi, and she has the aroma of Thulasi,  she has the internal acquiescence of juices of Thulasi, she dwells in the sacred bale tree, she has the appearance of  juice of Bilva leves/Bilvapathrarasa, she is decked in the leaves of Maloora, she is Vailvi who has acquired half of the body of her consort Lord Shiva, she is unharmed by sorrows, she is unruffled by sorrows and miseries, she resembles to flame that burns the miseries and sorrows of her worshiper, she dwells in the Ashokavruksha, she is celestial Ramabha, she is the consort of Lord Shiva, she represents pomegranate tree, she has the luster of flowers of pomegranate, her large high raised bosom resembles the fruit of pomegranate, her eyes are crimson colored, she represents Veeravriksha, she is Rakthini who has fierce teeth soaked in blood, she is Ragini/modification of musical note, she symbolizes consort of Raga, she is abandoned by Ragadvesha.”



Pashchimasya Mahasthrotha  Poorva Dhakshina Vahini | Sarddha Yojana Vistheernna  Pavana Uththara Vahini ||

 Pathithodhdharini  Dhosha  Kshamini Dhoshavarjjitha | Sharanya Sharana  Shreshta  Sriyutha Shraddha Devatha ||

 Swaha Swadha  Viroopakshi Swaroopakshi Shubhanana | Kaumudhi  Kumudhakara  Kumudhambara  Bhooshana ||

Saumya Bhavani Bhoothistha  Bheemaroopa  Varanana | Varahavarnna  Bahirshta  Bhruhacchroni Balahaka ||

Veshini Keshapashadya  Nabhomandala Vasini | Mallika  Mallikapushpavarnna  Langala Dharini ||

Thulasidhala Gandhadya  Thulasidhama Bhooshana | Thulasitharu Samstha  Cha Thulasirasa Gehini ||

Thulasirasa Suswadhu Salila  Bilvavasini | Vilvavruksha  Nivasa Cha  Vilvapathra  Rasadhrava ||

Maloorapathramaladya Vailvi  Shaivardhdha  Dhehini | Ashoka  Shokarahitha  Shoka  Dhavagni Hrujjvala ||

Ashokavrukshanilaya  Rambha Shivakarasthitha | Dhadimi  Dhadimeevarnna Dhadimasthana  Shobhitha ||

Rakthakshi Veeravrukshastha  Rakthini  Rakthadhanthika | Ragini  Ragabharya  Cha Sadharaga  Vivarjitha ||



|| Jai Sriman Narayana ||

Sri Ganga Sahasranama Sthothram - Bhrihad Dharmapurana – Lyrics and meanings 91 - 100




|| Jai Sriman Narayana ||














Sri Shuka continues “ supreme Goddess Ganga is desirable and  invisible as well, she is Kuveri/female force of Kuvera, she is flickering nature, she symbolizes wealth, she is embodied as Earth, she is the supporter of Earth, she is Eshwari, she is bashful, she symbolizes amorous sport, she entices the Universe with passionate sport, she is the provider of triumph in endeavors, she is lively, she is embodied as sacred water, she dwells as Prana in the living beings, she is the provider of success, she symbolizes victory, she destroys all kinds of perils of her worshiper, she wipe out all the sins of the worshiper, she is Savithri and Gayathri as well, she is the Goddess of Gana, she  is worshipped by Ganas, she is not attainable for the wicked people, she eradicates misfortune, she is supreme Yogi, she eradicates sorrows and grief of her worshiper, she is irrepressible and resembles to Yamadevatha, she is supreme Goddess dwells in homes, she is Bhumidevi, she dwells in woods as Vaneshi, she is Vaneshi who is Goddess of woods, she dwells in caves, she has fierce form with terrible features,  she has attractive waist line, she is attractive woman with the luster of lightning, she is Charumukhi who is supremely gorgeous, she has beautiful eyes/Charunethra, she dwells as soul in the rhythm, she represents epitome of beauty superior with love, she is unharmed by Thrigunas and she represents the Thrigunas Rajas, Sathva and Thamo, she is Kalarathri/night at the end of Yuga when the deluge takes place and Maharathri /night when the complete destruction of the Universe takes place, she dwells as Prana in living beings, she is personified as Lakshmi and Saraswathi as well, she consumes the happiness and sorrows, she is devoid of happiness or  sorrows, she ward off darkness of ignorance in her worshiper, she carries Hala and destroys wicked people, she is Varuni, she eradicates the sins of her worshiper, she represents Nidhrayoga/sleep, Mahanidhra/death, and Yoganidhra/cosmic sleep, she is Yugeshwari who symbolizes Yugas, she elevates the souls from  repeated births, she is Swarganga who dwells in celestial abode, she descended down to Earth from  the abode of celestials in order to elevate the souls from the ocean of Samsara, she is beautifully streaming through sacred lands, she has descended down to Earth for the sole purpose of elevate the souls from the world of Samsara, she is Shankini who is wielded in conch, she causes the reverberating sound of divine Conch, she is Shankeshvari who carries Conch in her hand, she provided various boon to Shankaraja.”


Vith Samvith Ku:  Kuveri Bhur Bhoothir  Bhoomir  Dharadhara | Eshwari Hreemathi Kreeda  Kreedasaya Jayapradha ||

Jeevanthi Jeevani Jeeva  Jayakara  Jayeshwari | Savopadhrava  Samshoonya Sarvapapa Vivarjjitha ||

Savithri Chaiva Gayathri Ganeshi Ganavandhitha | Dhushpreksha  Dhushpravesha  Cha Dhurdhasha  Cha Suyogini ||

Dhukkahanthri Dhukkahara  Dhurdhantha Yamadevatha | Gruhadevi Bhoomidevi  Vaneshi  Vanadevatha ||

Guhalaya Ghoraroopa  Mahaghora  Nithambini | Sthri Chanchala  Charumukhi Charunethra  Layathmika ||

Kanthikamya  Nirguna  Cha Raja: Saththva  Thamomayi | Kalarathrir Maharathrir  Jeevaroopa  Sanathani ||

Suga Dhukkadhi Bhokthri Cha Suga  Dhukkathi Varjjitha | Mahavyajina  Samhara  Vyajina Dhvanthamochini ||

Halini Ghalahanthri Cha Varuni Papaharini | Nidhrayogya  Mahanidhra  Yoganidhra  Yugeshwari ||

Uddharayithri Swarganga  Uddharana Pura: Sthitha | Uddhrutha  Uddhruthahara  Lokoddharana Karini ||


Shankhini Shankhadhari  Cha Shankhavadhana Karini | Shankheshwari  Shankhahastha  Shankharaja Vidharini ||


|| Jai Sriman Narayana ||

Sri Ganga Sahasranama Sthothram - Bhrihad Dharmapurana – Lyrics and meanings 81 – 90



|| Jai Sriman Narayana ||










Sri Shuka continues “supreme Goddess Ganga is  unharmed by sorrows and pain, she does not requires any support, she symbolizes truth and purity, she is discrete and exceptional, she represents Shesharoopa, she is most excellent, she is foremost among the female deities, she is illustrious, she is widely eulogized, she dwells in the highest mountain peaks, she is the bearer of Earth, she is embodied as Earth, she is Dharani, she symbolizes sacred river and closest associate as well, she symbolizes wealth and provider of wealth to her worshiper, she eradicates calamities, she destroys the shackle of rebirths, she liberates the soul from repeated births, she has the luster of full moon, she dwells  in the matted hair locks of blue throat Shiva, which is decked  in venomous serpents, she lives as magnificent waves in the matted hair locks of Jadajooda, she dwells in the matted hair locks of Jadadhara, she is decked in marvelous crown, she is fearless, she takes immense pleasure in the poetry of intellectuals and poets, she represents sacred shrines, she destroys the sins of her worshiper, she has the loveliness of deer,  she has personified as consort of Lord Hari, she dwells in the city of  Haridhra , she is beloved of Vaidhyanatha, she represents propitiatory oblation, she has beautiful curves and streaming with beautiful curves, she dwells in the city of Vakreshwara, she is Shvethaganga/attired in majestic white garments and extends coolness and heat as well, she has different tastes, she is beloved of King of Chola, she carries out the function in the Chandramandala and Adithya Mandala, she has supreme brilliance and she is Kashyapi/descendant of Kashypa, she burns the wicked into ashes with her eyes, she destroys fears in her worshiper, she eradicates toxic poison and fire, she removes the distressed state of life of her worshiper, she is compassionate, she is mounted on divine bull, she is decked in garlands of skulls, she is Kali who is vicious represents Lord of death and era as well, she is personified as Indrani, Varuni, Vani,  Balaka, and Balashankari, she represents all colors, speech, shyness, and righteousness, she symbolizes fame, wealth, righteousness, and Arjuna tree as well.”



Nirathanga Niralambha Nishprapancha  Visheshini | Nishedha Shesharoopa Cha Varishta  Yoshithamvara ||

Yashasvini Keerthimathi Mahashailagra Vasini | Dhara Dharithri Dharani Sindhur Bandhu: Sabandhava ||

Sambaththi: Sambadheesha  Cha Vipaththi: Parimochini | Janmapravaha Harini  Janmashoonya  Niranjjani ||

Nagalayalaya  Neela Jadamandaladharini | Sutharanga Jadajooda Jadadhara  Shira: Sthitha ||

Pattambaradhara  Dheera Kavi: Kavyarasa Priya | Punyakshethra  Papahara  Harini Harinee Hari: ||

Haridhranagarastha Cha Vaidhyanadhapriya Bali: | Vakreshwari  Vakradhara  Vakreshwara Pura:sthitha ||

Shvethaganga Sheethala  Cha Ushnodhakamayi Ruchi: | Cholarajapriyakari  Chandramandala Varththini ||

 Adithyamandalagatha  Sadhadhithya Cha Kashyapi | Dhahanakshi Bhayahara  Vishajwala Nivarini ||

Hara Dhashahara Snehadhayini  Kalushashani: | Kapalamalini  Kali Kala Kalaswaroopini ||

Indhrani Varuni Vani  Balaka Balashankari | Gor Geer Hreer Dharmaroopa  Cha  Dhee: Shreer Dhanya Dhanajjaya ||



|| Jai Sriman Narayana ||

Tuesday, 29 November 2016

Sri Ganga Sahasranama Sthothram - Bhrihad Dharmapurana – Lyrics and meanings 71 – 80




|| Jai Sriman Narayana ||













Sri Shuka continues “ Supreme Goddess Ganga who is attired in the skin of Vyagra/tiger, she gracefully accepts oblations in the fire sacrifices, she has the luster of Japakusuma, she represents the qualities of Sathvik and Rajasik as well, she represents Thasmic nature too, she has numerous forms like youthful, old and child, she is the daughter of Yaksharaja, she is decked in flowers of rose apple, she has the fragrance of rose apple, she is sacred river decorated with rose apple flower and has the luster of rose flower, she is Rudrani who is the consort of Lord Rudra,  she acquired half of the body of her consort Lord Rudra, she is decked in Rudraksha beads, she appears as subtle as well as greatest energy, she appears as short and long as well, she appears as female Chakora bird, she symbolizes sacred scriptures, Rudragita, Vishnugita  and great epics as well, she appears as Mother, she is deserved to be honored, she symbolizes breath in all the living beings,  she appears as relative,  Pithamahi/grandmother and wife of preceptor, she causes fear of Kalasarppa, she is beautiful daughter to Pithamaha, she is Sita and Shivaa/consort of Lord Shiva, she is Rukmini who has the luster of precious yellow metal, she is Bhaimi who is passionate, she is personified as Sathyabhama, Mahalakshmi, Bhadhra, Jambavathi, Mahi/Bhoodevi, Nandha, Bhadhramukhi/symbol of auspiciousness, she represents 14th day of lunar fortnight, she symbolizes victory and she is the provider of success in endeavors, she is victorious, she symbolizes Poornima/full moon, she is flawless, she has the luster of full moon, she is supreme preceptor, she is loveliest and auspicious, she has various incarnations, she dwells in three state of consciousness, dream and awaken, she removes all kinds of perils of her worshiper, she symbolizes mist, she represents Siddhi and provider of Siddhi to her worshiper, she symbolizes nectar of immortality, she symbolizes wealth, her sacred waters are resembles to nectar .”



Balimamsapriya Shyama Vyaghracharmapidhayini | Japakusumasankasha 
Saththviki Rajasi Thadha ||


 Thamasi Tharuni Vruddha  Yuvathi Balika Thadha | Yaksharajasutha  Jambumalini Jambuvasini ||

Jamboonadhavibhoosha  Cha Jwalajj Jamboonadhaprabha| Rudrani Rudradhehastha  Rudhra Rudhrakshadharini||

 Anuschcha  Paramanuscha  Hrasva Dheergha Chakorini | Rudragitha Vishnugitha Mahakavya Swaroopini ||

 Adikavyaswaroopa Cha Mahabharathaswaroopini | Ashtadhasha Puranastha  Dharmamatha  Cha Dharmini ||

Matha Manya Swasa  Chaiva Swashruschaiva  Pithamahi | Guruscha Gurupathni Cha Kalasarpa Bhayapradha ||

Pithamahasutha  Seetha  Shivaseemanthini Shiva | Rukmini Rukmavarnna  Cha Bhaimi Bhaimiswaroopini ||

Sathyabhama Mahalakshmi Bhadhra  Jambavathi Mahi | Nandha  Bhadhramukhi Riktha  Jaya Vijayadha  Jaya ||

Jayithri  Poornima Poornna  Poornnachandhra Nibhanana | Gurupoornna  Saumya Bhadhra  Vishti : Samvesha Karini ||


Shaniriktha  Kujajaya Siddhidha  Siddhiroopini | Amrithamritha Roopa Cha Srimathi Cha  Jalamritha ||


|| Jai Sriman Narayana ||

Sri Ganga Sahasranama Sthothram - Bhrihad Dharmapurana – Lyrics and meanings 61 - 70




|| Jai Sriman Narayana ||











Sri Shuka continues “ Supreme Goddess Ganga is decked in garlands of skulls, she carries skull in her hand, she appears without proper clothing and  she appears in marvelous garments as well, she has subtle form, she is Yogini who undergoes strict austerities, she is aesthetic, she has assumed the form of sacred water, she has overcome the desire for food and she has complete control over senses, she is Yamini/night, she represents the sacred Kushagrass, she is timid and powerful as well, she has fierce form, she destroys the hellish tortures, she is Thara who guides us to cross the ocean of Samsara, she has loud and shrill voice, she has supreme radiance and she appears as protector of souls, she is eternal and pure, she represents fundamental part as well as empty too, she represents  galaxy, she is slender, she dwells in the milky way, she has the luster of young Adithya, she is Mathangi who is unharmed by death, she is everlasting and she is worshiped and eulogized by the deities, she is one of the forms of Adishakthi, she symbolizes mist, fumes, pleasure and blaze,  she is completely covered in mist, she is Kamakhya who symbolizes passionate sport, she dwells in the sacred land of Kashi, she has appeared as sacred watercourse in  Varanasi, she dwells in the matted hair locks of Kashinatha, she appears as sacred watercourse in seven Mokshapuri sucha as Ayodhya, Mathura, Maya, Kashi, Kanchi, Avanthika and Dwaraka, that purifies the souls. She  dwells in the sacred city of Karaveerapuram/ abode of Lord Kubera, she is sacred river Kaveri, she has beautiful plait of hair, she is the consort of Lord Shiva, she ward off all the evils of her worshiper, she has dreadful eyes, she is beloved of Shankara, she has colossal fire on her face, she is sweet and pleasant as milk, she dwells in the sacred land of cowherds/ Vraja, she is the protector of all the living beings, she has long ears, she has beautiful line of teeth, she annihilates the Dhaithyas and  Dhanavas, she destroys the wicked people, she graciously accepts the offerings made to the fire sacrifices. ”




Nrumundamalabharana Nrumundakaradharini | Vivasthra  Cha Suvasthra Cha Sookshma Vasthra Cha Yogini ||

Rasika Rasaroopa  Cha Jithahara Jithendhriya | Yamini Cha Arddharathrastha Koorccha Veeja  Swaroopini ||

Lajja Shakthischa  Vakroopa  Nari  Narakaharini | Thara  Tharaswaradya  Cha Tharini  Thararoopini ||

Anantha  Chyadhrirahitha  Madhya Shoonya Swaroopini | Nakshathramalini Ksheena  Nakshathrasthala Vasini ||

Tharunadhithya Sangasha  Mathangi  Mrithyuvarjjitha | Amara Amara Samsevya  Upasya  Shakthiroopini ||

Dhoomakaragni Sambootha  Dhooma Dhoomavathi  Rathi: | Kamakhya  Kamaroopa Cha  Kashi  Kashipurasthitha ||

Varanasi  Varayoshith Kashinatha Shira: Sthitha | Ayodhya Mathura  Maya Kashi Kanchi Avanthika||

Dhvaraka  Jwaladhagnischa  Kevala  Kevalathvadha | Karaveerapurastha Cha  Kaveri  Kavari Shiva ||

Rakshini  Cha Karalakshi Kangala  Shankarapriya | Jwalamukhi Ksheerini  Cha Ksheeragrama  Nivasini ||


Rakshakari  Dheergakarnna  Sudhantha  Dhanthavarjjitha | Dhaithya Dhanava  Samhanthri  Dhushtahanthri  Balipriya ||


|| Jai Sriman Narayana ||

Sri Ganga Sahasranama Sthothram - Bhrihad Dharmapurana – Lyrics and meanings 51 - 60




|| Jai Sriman Narayana ||












Sri Shuka continues “ supreme Goddess Ganga resembles female swan, she has Hamsa as her celestial vehicle and she is decked in various precious ornaments, she represents supreme preceptor, she has the luster of precious yellow metal, she has the loveliness of female swan and she  is mounted on her celestial vehicle Hamsa, she represents  Hamsakshra, she represents sacred hymns of Dhvayakshara/twofold nature, her sacred waters resembles to eternal bliss, her sacred waters are originated from glaciers that has rich medicinal values, she is easily attainable and she is the provider of liberation from the repeated births after considering the merit of the souls, her sacred waters has supreme brilliance, she illuminates the surroundings with her luster, she has the luster of sixteenth part of the moon, she represents Pranayama/practice of slow flow of life energy, she dwells as Prana in living beings, she represents Mahaushadhi/ water consists of superior medicinal values, her sacred waters contains high medicinal properties which cures  all the sins and illnesses, and  she is  attainable  for the virtuous souls and renounced souls after severe penances of millions of births, she is sinless who eradicates uncertainties, ill fame and all kinds of perils and sorrows, she is mounted on the lifeless body, she graciously dwells on the funeral grounds, she dwells in the funeral grounds and seated  close to the funeral pyre, she is Bhairavi who is worshiped by the prominent people who strictly follow the beliefs of Bhairava, she is beloved of Bhairava, she represents the soul of Bhairava, she symbolizes valor and greatest achievements, she is beloved of valorous people, she is the consort of Veera, she is born in illustrious clan and she is a great philosopher, she dwells as trunk of the illustrious clan, she is noble descend down to Earth, she is charming young maiden from illustrious clan, she has assumed the form of sacred water and descended down to Earth from the illustrious clan at her own will, she has descended down to Earth from an illustrious clan, she is highly respectable who undertakes supreme meditation, she provides birth in superior clan to her worshiper, she protects the illustrious clan, she was born in the illustrious clan and assumed the form of sacred waters, she represents immense bliss, she symbolizes the field of battle, and she represents delight, she symbolizes great enthusiasm in the battle field, she accepts the propitiatory oblation from the fire sacrifices.”



Hamsi Hamsavibhoosha  Cha Hamsaraja Vibhooshana | Hamsaraja Suvarnna Cha  Hamsarooda Cha  Hamsini ||

Hamsaksharaswaroopa Cha  Dhvayakshara Manthraroopini | Anandhajala Sampoornna  Shvethavari Prapoorika ||

Anayasa  Sadhamukthir Yogya  Yogya Vicharini | Thejoroopa Jalapoornna  Thaijasi  Dheepthiroopini ||

 Pradeepa  Kalikakara  Pranayama  Swaroopini | Pranadha  Prananeeya  Cha Mahaushadhi Swaroopini ||

Mahaushadhajala Chaiva Paparoga Chikithsika  | Kodijanma Thapolakshya Prana  Thyagoththaramritha ||

Ni: Ssandheha  Nirmahima  Nirmala Malanashini |Shavarooda  Shavasthanavasini Shavaththadi ||

Shmashanavasini  Keshakikasachitha  Theerani | Bhairavi Bhairavashreshta  Sevitha Bhairavapriya ||

Bhairavapranaroopa  Cha Veerasadhana Vasini | Veerapriya Veerapathni Kuleena  Kulapanditha ||

Kulavrikshasthitha Kauli Kulakomala  Vasini | Kuladhravapriya Kulya  Kulyamala Japapriya ||


Kauladha  Kularakshithri  Kulavari  Swaroopini | Ranashri: Ranabhoo: Ramya  Ranosthsaha Priya Bali: ||


|| Jai Sriman Narayana ||

Monday, 28 November 2016

Sri Ganga Sahasranama Sthothram - Bhrihad Dharmapurana – Lyrics and meanings 41 – 50




|| Jai Sriman Narayana ||











Sri Shuka continues “ Supreme Goddess Ganga is attired in sky as her majestic garment,  she destroys the wicked people, she always resides with the depraved  and people besieged with intense sorrows and grief, she is the safest haven for the destitute, she carries lotus flower in her hands, she has the luster of nectar, she carries Gadga in her hands, she has colossal form, she represents female dove, she is mounted on alligator, her sacred waters are pure, she is unblemished, she is Vegavathi, she penetrates through the Mahapashana, she destroys the wicked people who causes miseries, guilt, sins etc.. she provides abundance of pieties to people who are distraught, she represents majestic Alakanandha, she penetrates through the highest peaks of Mount Meru, she dwells in the celestial haven, she represents the  ladder that elevates the souls to the celestial heaven, she is Swarga Ganga/watercourse in celestial abode and Prithvi Ganga/watercourse on Earth as well, she is worshiped by the virtuous souls, she represents Goddess of Kings, she represents intelligence as well as misconceptions as well, she is personified as Goddess Sri Mahalakshmi who dwells in the house of lotus flowers/Kamalalaya, she is Parvathi who is the granddaughter of Mount Meru, she is born to Menakadevi, she has no birth, she has miniscule form, she symbolizes  philosophy of Paramathma, she is beyond perception, she is the female force of Vishnu and she incarnates whenever Lord Vishnu personifies at his own will, she dwells in the lotus feet of Lord Vishnu, she is Devi who ascended down to Earth from the lotus feet of Lord Vishnu, she is Jahnavi/daughter of Sage Jahnu, she dwells in the lotus flower, she is Padma who carries lotus flower in her hands, she represents lotus flower, she has the eyes resembles to lotus flower, her lotus feet are auspicious, her  face has the luster of lotus flower, she is the consort of Lord Padmanabha, she is Padmini, she is initiated from lotus flower, she resides in lotus flower, she dwells in Mahapadma and she has endless virtues, her eyes has the resemblance to lotus flower, she is attractive like lotus flower, she has the luster of lotus flower, she is loveliest as lotus flower, she resembles to lotus flower that has thousands of petals, she dwells in the assemblages of lotus flowers, she resides in the Mahapadmapuram, she is Pureshi/who dwells in Pura, she is primordial and she is Parameshwari as well.”



Dhigambari  Dhushtahanthri  Sadha  Dhurgama  Vasini | Abhaya Padmahastha  Cha PeeyushaKara Shobhitha ||

Gadgahastha Bheemaroopa  Shyeni Makaravahini | Shuddhashrotha  Vegavathi Mahapashana  Bhedhini ||

 Papali Rodhanakari Papasamharini | Yathanaya  Cha  Bhaidhavyadhayini Punyavardhini ||

Gabeeralakanandha  Cha  Merushrunga Vibhedhini | Swargaloka Krithavasa Swarga Sopanaroopini ||

Swarganga Prithviganga  Narasevya  Nareshwari | Subudhishcha  Kubudhishcha  Shri  Lakshmi: Kamalalaya  ||

Parvathi Merudhauhithri  Menakagarbha  Sambhava | Ayonisambhava  Sookshma  Paramathma Paraththvadha ||

Vishnuja  Vishnujanika  Vishnupadha  Nivasini | Devi Vishnupadhi Padhya  Jahnavi Padmavasini ||

Padma Padmavathi  Padhmadharini  Padhmalochana | Padmapadha  Padmamukhi Padmanabha Cha  Padmini ||

Padmagarbha  Padmashaya  Mahapadma  Gunadhika | Padmakshi  Padmalalitha  Padmavarnna Supadmini ||


Sahasradhala Padmastha  Padmakaranivasini | Mahapadma Purastha Cha  Pureshi Parameshwari ||


|| Jai Sriman Narayana ||

Sri Ganga Sahasranama Sthothram - Bhrihad Dharmapurana – Lyrics and meanings 31 – 40




|| Jai Sriman Narayana ||












Sri Shuka continues “ supreme Goddess Ganga who is originated as sacred waters  from the body of Lord Vishnu, she is originated from the nectar like soulful music Lord Shiva, her sacred waters  symbolizes eternal bliss, she is flawless bliss and she is auspicious, she has the brilliance of millions of Surya, she eradicates all kinds of sins and darkness of ignorance, she is unblemished, she is beyond perception, she represents piousness embodied as sacred waters, she has the luster of moon, she has  superior luster of millions of moon, she illuminates the three worlds with her brilliance, she is absolute truth, she  symbolizes absolute truth and originated for truthful cause, she dwells in the pinnacle of truth, she is Sathi and Shyama, she is young, she is the destroyer of demon Narakasura, she have thousands of heads, she is Deveshi/Goddess of the deities, she has thousands of eyes and thousands of feet, she has millions of faces,  feet,  and hands, she has numerous forms, she has everlasting youth, she is not easily attainable and remains easily attainable as well, she is auspicious, she has crimson colored complexion, her eyes are crimson colored, she has three eyes, she is the dearest darling of Lord Shiva, she has fierce forms as  Bhadhrakali and Mahakali, she is personified as Lakshmi, she dwells in the heaven, she symbolizes Mahavidhya, Shuddhavidhya and sacred hymns, she is immersed in the recitation of sacred hymns, she is seated on the majestic throne as Rajarajeshwari and Rama as well, she is the daughter of King Himavan, she is worshiped by the Kings and Emperors, she has Mandhamarutha/Lord Vayu as Chamara, she is eulogized by the ardent followers of Veda, she is worshiped by the ardent followers of sacred Veda, she is praised by the ardent followers of Veda, she is divine, she is described meticulously by the ardent followers of Veda, she has the luster of precious yellow metal, she is deserved to be venerated, she is described in melodious music, she is the provider of wealth and prosperity to her worshiper, she takes immense pleasure in the music, she is Amala, she is decked in precious garlands, she is unblemished, she is fond of fresh alluring flowers.”



Vishnudheha Dhravakara  Shiva Ganamrithothbhava | Anandha Dhravaroopa Cha Poornanandhamayi Shiva ||

Kodisooryaprabha  Papadhvantha Samharakarini | Pavithra  Parama Punya  Thejodhara  Shashiprabha ||

Shashikodi Prakasha Cha Thrijagadh Dheepthikarini | Sathya Sathyaswaroopa  Cha Sathyajja  Sathyasambhava ||

Sathyashraya  Sathi  Shyama Naveena  Narakanthaka | Sahasrasheersha  Deveshi  Sahasrakshi Sahashrapath ||

Lakshavathra  Lakshapadha  Lakshahastha  Vilakshana | Sadha  Noothanaroopa  Cha Dhurlabha  Sulabha Shubha ||

Rakthavarnna Cha  Rakthakshi Thrinethra Shivasundari |Bhadhrakali Mahakali Lakshmir  Gaganavasini ||

Mahavidhya Shuddhavidhya  Manthraroopa Sumanthritha | Raja Simhasana  Thada Rajarajeshwari  Rama ||

Rajakanya  Rajapoojya  Mandhamarutha Chamara | Devavandhi Prageetha Cha  Vedavandhi  Pravandhitha ||

Vedavandhi  Sthutha  Dhivya  Vedavandhi Suvarnnitha  |  Suvarnna  Varnnaneeya  Cha Suvarnna  Gananandhitha ||

Suvarnna Dhana Labhya Cha  Gananandha  Priya Amala | Mala Malavathi Malya Malathi  Kusumapriya ||



|| Jai Sriman Narayana ||

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Sri Shuka continues “ supreme Goddess Ganga who is personified as nectar like sacred water, she dwells as nectar in the sacred waters, her sacred waters as sweet like nectar, she represents the sacred rivers Saraswathi, Yamuna, Godavari, Godha and various sacred rivers too, she is desirable and she represents supreme bliss, she is Varada/provider of boons, she is valorous, she is prominent young woman, she is the provider of boons to her worshiper, she is personified as young maiden of cowherd and she is venerated by cowherds of Vraja, she is Vageeshwari who gives excellence in speech, she has embodied as sacred waters, she is Varahi, she dwells in dense forest, she has embodied as woods and  represents sacred trees, she is Varuni/nectar of celestials, she is superior to Varuna/Lord of ocean /God of water, she is bride groom of Varuna, she is beloved of Varuna, she is adorned by Varuna, she is divine, she is the delight of Varuna, she is worshiped by the cowherds of Vrindavan, her long beautiful curly hairs represents the abode of deities,  she has sacred bull as celestial vehicle, she is Dhakshayani who is the daughter of Dhakshaprajapathi, she has the complexion of dark clouds, she is supremely gorgeous, she is beloved of Shiva, she is praised by Lord Shiva, she dwells in the Masthaka/matted hair locks of Lord Shiva, she dwells in the matted hair locks of Lord Shiva, she descend down to earth as sacred waters from the feet of Lord Vishnu, she destroys all kinds of perils, she guides her worshiper to cross  the hurdles, she is Tharineeshwari, she is sacred Gita, she represents sacred scriptures, she has numerous sacred names, she is prominent river, she is Srirama, she is personified as Rama, she represent luster of moon to Sriramachandra,  she is female force of Raghava and she belongs to the clan of Raghu, she is venerated by the solar dynasty, she represents Surya, she is beloved of Surya, she is the consort of Surya/Sauri, she penetrates through Suryamandala, she symbolizes fortune and piousness, she is Bageshwari who provides abundance of fortunes to her worshiper, she is attainable through the piousness achieved by severe penance of billions of births, she symbolizes severe penance, she is supreme ascetic, she symbolizes asceticism,  she destroys the sufferings of her worshiper, she symbolizes Thanthric rite, she is hidden in the Thanthric rite, she is Maheshwari/consort of Maheshwara.”



Peeyushapoorna  Peeyushavasini  Madhuradhrava | Saraswathi Cha Yamuna  Cha Godha  Godhavari  Vari ||

Varenya Varadha  Veera  Varakanya  Vareshwari | Ballavi Ballavaproshta  Vageeshwari  Variroopini ||

Varahi Vanasamstha  Cha  Vrukshastha Vrukshasundari | Varuni Varuna Jyeshta  Vara Varunavallabha ||

Varunapranatha  Dhivya  Varunanandhakarini | Vandhya Vrindhavani Vrundharakeshya  Vrushavahini ||

Dhakshayani  Dhakshakanya  Shyama Paramasundari | Shivapriya  Shivaradhya  Shivamasthaka  Vasini ||

Shivamasthaka Mastha Cha Vishnupadha  Padha Thadha | Vipaththi Nashini Dhurgatharini  Tharineeshwari ||

Gita Punyacharitha  Cha  Punyanamni Shuchishrava | Srirama  Ramaroopa  Cha  Ramachandhraika Chandhrika ||

Raghavi Raghuvamsheshi  Suryavamsha  Prathishtitha | Soorya  Suryapriya  Sauri  Suryamandala Bhedhini ||

Bhagini Bhagyadha  Bhavya  Bhagya Prapya Bageshwari | Bhavyocchayopalabdha  Cha Kodijanma  Thapa: Phala ||


Thapasvini Thapasi Cha  Thapanthi Thapanashini | Thanthraroopa Thanthramayi Thanthragopya  Maheshwari ||



|| Jai Sriman Narayana ||

Sunday, 27 November 2016

Sri Radha Sahasranama Sthothram - Sri Narada Pancharathra - Lyrics and meanings




|| Jai Sriman Narayana ||














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|| Jai Sriman Narayana ||

Sri Ganga Sahasranama Sthothram - Bhrihad Dharmapurana – Lyrics and meanings 1 2 - 20





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Sri Shuka speaks “ Supreme Goddess Ganga symbolizes the sacred Pranava, she is divine personified, she is fair and symbol of truth, she is peace on Earth, she represents serenity, endurance, and power, she is beyond perception of senses, she is Narayani who is the female force of Lord Vishnu, she is captivating and pleasing, she symbolizes new moon, she is personified as Durga, she destroys the sufferings of her worshiper, she is Ganga who dwells in the celestial abode, she dwells in the mountain peaks and woods, she is venerated by the distressed people, she is purifier of souls, she has colossal form and she is unblemished, she is enriched with selflessness, she is lovely and adorned in sky as whitish garment, she is absolute truth and she is primeval,  she has no specific form, she is pure, she symbolizes supreme Bhramam and Bhramini as well, she symbolizes compassion, she is perpetual, she has long beautiful face, she is bouncy, she is the daughter of Mountain King, she dwells in the kingdom of Mountain King, she is the loveliest daughter of Mount Himavan, she is auspicious, she is the consort of Lord Shiva, she is Shambhavi/female force of Shambhu, She is Shankari/female force of Shankara who is the provider of auspiciousness to her worshiper, she is beloved of Shankara, she is Mandakini/sacred river, she symbolizes supreme bliss, she symbolizes sacred river of the celestials and she dwells in the celestial abode, she is the provider of liberation from repeated births, she is sacred river that provides salvation, she is the provider of liberation to the virtuous/renounced souls, she represents water, she is originated from glaciers and she has appeared in the form water and dwells in the water, she has long tongue, she has awful eyes, she resembles directions and she dwells in all directions, she has Universe as her ears and eye sight, she is Vishweshi who is the Goddess of the Universe and she is worshiped by the whole Universe, she is Vaishnavi/female force of Vishnu, she has originated from the lotus feet of Vishnu, she dwells in the chest of Vishnu, she is youthful, she is worshiped as Vishnuswaroopini, she is supreme Goddess Vani.”


Omkararoopini  Devi Shvetha  Sathyaswaroopini | Shanthi:  Shantha Kshama  Shakthi:  Para Paramadevatha ||

Vishnur Narayani Kamya  Kamaneeya  Mahakala | Durga  Dugathisamhathri Ganga  Gaganavasini ||

Shailendhravasini Durgavasini Durgamapriya | Niranjana Cha Nirlesha Nishkala Nirahanghriya ||

Prasanna Shukla  Dhashana  Paramartha  Purathani | Nirakara  Cha Shuddha Cha  Bhramani Bhramaroopini ||

Dhaya Dhayavathi Dheerga  Dheergavakthra Dhurodhara | Shailakanya Shailarajavasini  Shailanandhini ||

Shiva Shaivi Shambhavi Cha Shankari Shankarapriya | Mandakini  Mahanandha  Swardhuni Swargavasini ||

Mokshakhya  Mokshasaranir  Mukthir  Mukthipradhayini | Jalaroopa  Jalamayi Jaleshi  Jalavasini ||

Dheerga Jihva Karalakshi Vishwakhya Vishwathomukhi | Vishwakarnna  Vishwadhrushitir  Vishweshi Vishwavandhitha ||

Vaishnavi  Vishnupadhabja Sambhava  Vishnuvasini | Vishnuswaroopini  Vandhya  Bala Vani Bhruhaththara ||



 || Jai Sriman Narayana ||