|| Jai Sriman Narayana ||
Sri Mandhatha speaks “ Oh! Munishardhoola/lion among the ascetics, Oh! Sarvajja/illustrious/omniscient, Oh! Niramaya/unfalliable, pure, kindly describes the thousands of sacred names of Krishna/Yamuna, which is highly propitious; it provides all kinds of supernatural powers and fulfils all the desires of the worshiper.”
Rishi Saubharir replies “ Oh! Mandhatha, I shall narrate the thousands of sacred names of Kalindhi which is divine, it provides all kinds of supernatural powers as well as nearness to Lord Krishna.”
|| Viniyoga: ||
Sri Kalindhi Sahasranama Sthothra is highly propitious hymns was composed by Rishi Saubharir, praising the glories of Sri Yamuna Devatha, it has Anushtup as meter, Mayabhijamithi as Keelakam, Ramabhijamithi as Shakthi, and it is recited to please Goddess Sri Kalindhanandhini.
|| Dhyanam ||
I shall meditate upon Goddess Yamuna who has beautiful eyes resembles to blue lotus flower, she has serpent like charming water course, decked in magnificent gem decorated anklets and bracelets and various precious ornaments, marvelous earrings, she is attired in fabulous blue garments, she is adorned in various sparkling jewels as garlands, she has mesmerizing beauty, I shall meditate upon the daughter of Marthanda/Lord Surya, she has beautfil appearance and intense luster.
I shall meditate upon Kalindi, she is Yamuna and Krishna as well, she is Krishnaroopa and she is primeval, she resides on the left of Krishna and she is inseparable from Krishna, she is eternal bliss, she dwells on the sacred land of cowherds, she symbolizes Rasaleela/amorous sport, she resides in the Rasamandala, she has beautiful appearance as flower creepers in the gardens of Vraja, she is stunningly beautiful, she exists in the Sri Rasamandala, she is inseparable from Krishna and she is beloved of Hari, her sacred river banks are presents on the divine land of Goloka and in the attractive woods of creeper, she majestic and her powerful water course stretched upto far off lands, her sacred waters filled with fresh alluring flower and buds, her sacred waters are dark blue in color that resembles to heavy dark clouds, she is young and decked in lotus flower garlands, her waters are dark in color, she is flawless, she is supreme Goddess and she represents Poornabhramam, her sacred water course has great speed, she disappeares at the entry point of Nikunjjadhvara, she is Mahanadhi/greatest river with great movements, she is Viraja, she eradicates sudden impulses, she represents Bhramanda, she represents Bhramadrava/water in the Kamandalu of Lord Bhrama, she confluences with Ganga, she is Pure and most eminent.
Sri Mandhatha Uvacha –
Namnam Sahasram Krishnaya: Sarvasiddhikaram Param | Vadha Mama Munishardhoola Thvam Sarvajjno Niramaya: ||
Saubharir Uvacha –
Namnam Sahasram Kalindhiya Mandhathasthe Vadhamyaham | Sarvasiddhikaram Dhivyam Sri Krishnavashakaram ||
|| Viniyoga: ||
|| Asya Sri Kalindhi Sahasranama Sthothra Mahamanthrasya | Saubharir Rishi: | Sri Yamuna Devatha: | Anushtup Chandha: | Mayabhijamithi Keelakam | Ramabhijamithi Shakthi | Sri Kalindhanandhini Prasadha Siddhyarthe Pade Viniyoga: ||
|| Atha Dhyanam ||
Om Shyamambhoja Nethram Saghanaghanaruchim Rathna Manjeerakoojath Kanchikeyura Yuktham Kanakamanimaye Bhibhratheem Kundaledhve | Bhaja Cchineelavasthram Spuradh Malachaladharabharam Manojjam | Dhyayen Marthanda Puthrim Thanu KiranaChayodheepthadhipabiramam ||
Om Kalindhi Yamuna Krishna Krishnaroopa Sanathani | Krishna Vamamsasambhootha Paramanandharoopini ||
Golokavasini Shyama Vrindhavanavinodhini | Radhasakhi Rasaleela Rasamandala Manditha ||
Nikunjja Madhavivalli Ragavallimanohara | Sri Rasamandalibhootha Yuthibhootha Haripriya ||
Golokathadini Dhivya Nikunjjathala Vasini | Dheerghormivega Gambheera Pushpapallava Vasini ||
Ghanashyama Meghamala Balaka Padmamalini | Paripoornnathama Poorna Poornabhramapriya Para ||
Mahavegavathi Saksha Nikunjjadvaranirgatha | Mahanadhi Mandhagathir Viraja Vegabhedhini ||
Aneka Bhramandagatha Bhramadhrava Samkula | Ganga Mishra Nirjalabha Nirmala Saritham Vara ||
|| Jai Sriman Narayana ||