Lord Ganesha

Lord Ganesha

Thursday, 30 March 2017

Sri Yamuna Sahasranama Sthothram – Garga Samhitha – Lyrics and meanings 61 – 70



|| Jai Sriman Narayana ||











I shall meditate upon Goddess Yamuna who is the sister of Lord Shanaishchara, she develop the clan of Chandhra, she is the daughter in law of Chandhras clan and companion of Chandhra, she is Chandhravathi who represents the crescent moon/Chandhralekha, she sincerely follows the luster of Chandhra, she is Bhairavi/young who have reddish brown eyes, she is graceful and most venerable, she symbolizes wealth, she is Devagandharin who is precious gem, she is devoid of properties, she is Viraja who is enemy of Mallasura, she is charming/ wonderful, diversified, and she symbolizes triumph, she represents Gandhara/musical note, Manjari, Thodi, Gurjarya, Savari, Jaya, Karna, Ragini, Gaudi, Vairathi, Garavatika, etc.. she represents four signs of Chandhrakala, she represents emissary, she is smeared in rich fragrant scent of oil on her limbs, she symbolizes victory, her sacred water course is fragrant, she represents musical notes, and sounds of cymbals, she represents music, she is the provider of wealth, she represents Vaishaki/day of full moon in the month of Vaishaka, she is inconsistent/flickering and stunningly beautiful, she represents full moon and dwells in the vessels of supreme ascetics, she is devoid of worldly passions and desires, she symbolizes happiness, multitudes of Kedhara fields filled with water, she fulfils the desires of the worshiper, she symbolizes auspiciousness and wealth, her sacred waters have the taste of molasses, she is Kamaroopini who is divine personified as absolute passion, she is Ramasanjeevani who is life source of Rama, she represents amorous sport/hela, she is Mandhari who represents flowering creeper, Sarangi/sort of violin, female bird, spotted antelope, ferries, she is Sagari who embodied as sacred water course, she speaks with great pleasure, she illuminates the place with her water course, she is the provider of auspiciousness, she is lustrous dwells in the middle of Rasamandala, she  symbolizes Kamadhenu/divine cow which fulfils the needs, she is stunningly beautiful who fulfils all the desires of the worshiper and symbolizes amorous sport, she dwells as Kalpavriksha/wish fulfilling tree, she has massive appearance/sthoola, she symbolizes grains, flour, meal and she dwells in fortress and Goloka/Vraja, land of cows and cowherds, she has beautiful eye brows and attractive physical features, she is guarded by Dwarapalika/guards on doors, her sacred water body is descended down from highest mountain peaks and it  has created waterways at its own will.



Shanaishcharanuja Keela  Chandhravamshavivardhini | Chandhravamshavadhushchandhra  Chandhravalisahayini ||

Chandhravathi  Chandhralekha  Chandhrakanthanugamshuka | Bhairavi  Pingalashanki Leelavathyagarimayi ||

Dhanashreer Devagandhari  Svarmanir Gunavardhini | Vraja Mallaryandhakari  Vichithra  Jayakarini ||

Gandhari Manjari  Thodi Gurjaryasavari  Jaya | Karnathi Ragini Gaudi Vairathi Garavatika ||

Chatshu Chandhrakala Heree Thailangi Vijayavathi | Thali  Thalasvara  Ganakriya  Mathraprakashini ||

Vaishakhi Chanchala  Charurmacchari  Ghunghati Ghata | Vairagari  Sorathi Sa Kaidari Jaladharika ||

 Kamakara Shri Kalyani Gaudakalyanamishritha | Ramasanjeevani Hela  Mandhari  Kamaroopini ||

Sarangi  Maruthi Hodasagari Kamavadhini | Vaibhasi  Mangala Chandhri  Rasamandala Mandana ||

Kamadhenu: Kamalatha  Kamadha  Kamaneeyaka |Kalpavrikshasthali  Sthoola Kshunda  Saudhanivasini ||

Golokavasini  Subhruryashthibhir Dhvarapalika | Shringaraprakara Shringa Svacchakshayyopakarika ||



|| Jai Sriman Narayana ||