Lord Ganesha

Lord Ganesha

Tuesday, 28 March 2017

Sri Yamuna Sahasranama Sthothram – Garga Samhitha – Lyrics and meanings 41 – 50



|| Jai Sriman Narayana ||










I shall meditate upon Goddess Yamuna whose water course spread across far off lands in manifolds, she is worshiped in Bahulavana, she has deep reverence to Radhakunda, she had chosen to be in the Krishnakunda, she remains in Lalithakunda, she adorns Vishakhakunda, she resides in Govindhakunda, she joyfully resides in Gopakunda, she has greatest devotion to Ganga, she represents fresh alluring flowers, she is nobel and beautiful, she is Govardhini, she symbolizes cows and wealth, peacock, she is a beautiful woman with elegant features, she is embodied as lake with blue colored waters which is the dwelling place of chirping Kokila birds, she is derived from the illustrious clan of Giriraja, she undertakes severe austerities and penances, she is the female force of Govardhana, she is self-restraint, her sacred waters are divine cure, she symbolizes wealth and Shruthi, she guides us to cross the ocean of Samsara, she is embodied as sacred water body which purifies the souls, she is divine water body provides sustenance, her waters are mixture of  blue and yellow color, she yearns to remain at the lotus feet of Sri Krishna, she symbolizes amorous sport and her sacred water course adorns the woods where Krishna performed amorous sport with the young maidens of cowherds of Vraja, she dwells in the woods of passionate sports performed by Krishna, her water course adorn the sacred land of Nandhagrama/village of Nandha, she is embodied as Earth, she embellishes the highest of mountain peaks with her sparkling water body, she is equivalent to Nandhishvara, her water course makes the noise of musical instrument of low  and melodious tone, she represents Kokila, she is storehouse of virtues and good fortune/welfare, prosperity, her waters are rich of mineral deposits and has the fragrances of Kashmeera/saffron, she represents ancestors/she is seated on the Kushagrass, she is Shonapuri and governs the Surakshethra, she is decked in various precious ornaments that spreads intense luster, her sacred water course gleaming in various colors, her river banks are enriched by trees of Kadamba, she is adorned in various colors of splendid clothes, her water course spread across different parts of the world and she occupies various sacred water courses as well, she represents precious gem/Sthrirathnam, she dwells in the superior abode which symbolizes precious gem/Rathnanilaya, she is stunningly beautiful, she is pleasant and adorned in various precious gems.



Bahuli Bahudha  Bhavi  Bahulavana Vandhitha | Radha Kundakalaradhya   Krishnakunda Jalashritha ||

Lalithakundaga  Ghanda Vishakhakundamanditha | Govindakundanilaya  Gopakundatharangini ||

Sriganga  Manasiganga  Kusumambara  Bhavini | Govardhini Godhanadhya  Mayuri Varavarnini ||

Sarasi Neelakandabha  Koojath Kokila Pothaki |Giriraja  Prabhurbhurir Thapathrathapathrini ||

Govardhananga Godhanthee Dhivyaushadhi Nidhi: Shruthi: | Paradhi Paradhamayi Naradhi Sharadhi Bhrithi: ||

Srikrishna Charanankastha Kama Kamavanchitha | Kamathavi Nandhinee Cha  Nandhagrama Maheedhara ||

Bhrihaths Anudhyuthi: Protha Nandhishvara  Samanvitha | Kakali Kokilamayi Bhandarakusha Kaushala ||

Lohargala Pradhakara  Kashmeera Vasanavritha | Bharhishadhi Shonapuri Shoora Kshethra  Puradhika ||

Nanabarana Shobhadya  Nanavarnna Samanvitha |Nana Nari Kadambadya   Nanavasthra Virajitha ||


Nanalokagatha  Veechir  Nanajala Samanvitha | Sthri Rathnam  Rathnanilaya Lalana Rathnaranjini ||

|| Jai Sriman Narayana ||