Lord Ganesha

Lord Ganesha

Tuesday, 11 April 2017

Sri Shiva Sahasranama Sthothram – Rudrayamala Thanthram – Lyrics and meanings 41 – 50



|| Jai Sriman Narayana ||












I shall prostrate before supreme Lord Shiva who resides in the lotus like hearts of Rishis and Sages, he resides in the groups of supreme ascetics and Rishis, he is the Lord of Rishis and sages, he represents supreme ascetics and Veda, he carries deer in his hand, he is attired in the skin of elephant/tiger, he won over death, he won over Lord Yama, he is the death of wicked, he is the protector from death, he represents death, he is worshiped by Lord Yama, he is Urdhva/elevated, represents virility, he is supreme Lord, he represents Lord Kubera, Yaksha, he is Yajurmoorthi,  Samamoorthi, he has no specific forms, he remains visible and invisible as well, he is Lingamoorthi who is embodied as Linga, he symbolizes Linga and dwells as soul in Linga, he represents planets and its functions, he is the source of planets, he is the Lord of planets, he is embodied as planets and he carries out the functions of the planets, he is the source of Kalpa, he carries out the functions of Kalpa, he eradicates the Kalpa, he is beyond Kalpa, he is Paramathma, he is Pradhanathma/supreme soul, he is Pradhapurusha/supreme spirit, he is Shiva who bestow auspiciousness to worshiper, he is the essence of Veda, he symbolizes supreme cure, he is eulogized by Veda , he symbolizes Veda and Vedantha, he has face that represents Veda, he has tongue represents Veda, he remains Vijihva/deprived, he eradicates deceitfulness, he symbolizes auspiciousness, he is the provider of auspiciousness, he has possessed all those superior qualities and virtues, he is the provider of auspiciousness to his worshiper, he is like Kamadhenu who fulfils the desires of his worshiper, he is the commander of Suras, he is pure, he has supreme effulgence, he is pleasant, he is Mahakala, he is the destroyer of haughtiness and arrogance, he destroys severe sins and perils, he represents forest fire, he represents colossal fire that destroys dense woods.


MunihrithPundarikastho  Munisanghaika Jeevana: | Munimrigyo Vedamrigyo Mrigahastho  Muneeshvara: ||

Mrigendhracharma Vasano NarasimhaNipathana: |Mrithyunjjayo Mrithyumrithyur Apamrithyu Vinasaka: ||

Dhushtamrithyura Dhusteshta; Mrithyuha Mrithyupoojitha | Urdhvo Hiranya: Paramo Nidhanesho Dhanadhipa: ||

Yajurmoorthi: Samamoorthi: Rinmoorthir  Moorthivarjitha: | Vyaktho Vyakthathmo Avyaktho Vyakthavyakthasthamo Javi ||

Lingamoorthiralingathma  Lingalingathma Vigraha: |Grahagraho Grahadharo Grahakaro  Graheshvara: ||

Grahakridh Grahabhidh Grahi Graho Grahavilakshana: | Kalpakara: Kalpakarththa Kalpalakshna Thathpara: ||

Kalpo Kalpakrithi: Kalpanashaka:Kalpakalpaka: | Paramathma  Pradhanathma  Pradhanapurusha: Shiva: ||

Vedhyo Vaidhya  Vedavedhyo Vedavedantha Samsthutha: | Vedavakthro Vedjihvo Vijihvo Jihmanashaka: ||

Kalyanaroopa: Kalayana: Kalyanaguna Samshraya: | Bhakthakalyanadho Bhakthakamadhenu: Suradhipa: ||

Pavana: Pavako Vamo Mahakalo Madhapaha: |Ghorapathaka Dhavagnir Dhavabhasmakanapriya: ||



|| Jai Sriman Narayana ||