Lord Ganesha

Lord Ganesha

Thursday, 20 April 2017

Sri Shiva Sahasranama Sthothram – Rudrayamala Thanthram – Lyrics and meanings 101 - 110



|| Jai Sriman Narayana ||












I shall prostrate before supreme Lord Shiva who is the consort of Goddess Gauri/Gaureesha, he is smeared in Karpoora/camphor  and Agaru/musk, he is Lord of Gauri and Guruguha/Lord Subramanya/Skandha who imparted the knowledge of Pranava to his father Lord Shiv, he is Dhurjati who has reddish-brown matted hair locks, he have heavy matted hair locks, he has the swiftness of mind, he caused the birth of Andhakasura and destroyed  him, he works for the welfare of Universe and its living beings, he is decked in crescent moon on matted hair locks/Kaladhara, he has fair complexion, he is the commander of Ganas, he has no specific form, he is supreme ascetic, he is the Lord of Yogis, he is prominent in Yogic practices, he is most celebrated and safest haven to his devotees, he dwells as soul in living beings, he is supreme deity who dwells in highest abode, he is supreme cure of the miseries and sorrows of Samsara, he is supreme ascetic who inspires living beings to follow strict Yogic Practices, he dwells in the hearts of  lion like ascetics/Yogisimha who sincerely follow the disciplines of Yoga, he is supreme deity who is unsurpassed, he is mighty Lord, he is Kalakanda who is the destroyer of Lord Yama and caused despair/affliction, he is most desirable, he lures the heart of worshiper with his mesmerizing beauty, he symbolizes auspiciousness, he is supremely charismatic, he works as Kalpatharu/wish fulfilling creeper to his worshiper, he is deserved to be eulogized and worshiped, he is fond of being eulogized, he has endless attributes and he is beyond comparison, he is the essence of Veda and he embodied as Veda and sacred scriptures, he is the source of fame, he symbolizes fame, he is the cause of fame, he remains invisible, he symbolizes  peace and auspiciousness, he is the source of fame, he symbolizes mind/intellect, he symbolizes precious ornament and grains, he is unblemished and takes no pleasure in anything, he is skilled in the useage of bow and arrows, he is embodied as Earth, he represents the Vignanamaya Kosha, Anandhamaya Kosha, Pranamaya Kosha, and Annamaya Kosha as well, he represents the whole worlds, he symbolizes righteousness and ensures the prevalence of righteousness on Earth, he is beyond description, he is storehouse of virtues, he is the provider of fruits of righteousness, his eyes resembles to the ocean of mercy, he imposes punishment on the wicked, he is deserved to be venerated, he has pleasant disposition, he is divine personified as liberated soul decked in various fresh alluring flowers and wielded in sword, he is the provider of auspiciousness to his worshiper.



Karpooragauro Gaureesho Gauri Guru Guhashraya  : | Dhurajathi: Pingalajatho Jathamandala Manditha : ||

Manojavo Jeevahethur Andhakasura Soodhana: | Lokabandhu: Kaladhara: Pandura: Pramathadhipa: ||

Avyaktha Lakshano Yogi Yogeesho Yogapungava: | Shrithavaso Janavasa: Suravasa: Sumandala: ||

Bhavavaidhyo Yogivaidhyo Yogisimha Hridhmanasa: | Uththamo Anuththamo Ashaktha: Kalakando Vishadhana: ||

Ashasya: Kamaneeyathma  Shubha: Sundhara Vigraha: | Keerthyadhara: Keerthikara: Keerthihethur Ahethuka: ||

Apradhrishya: Shanthabhadhra: Keerthisthambho Manomaya: | Bhooshayo Annamayo Abhoktha  Maheshvaso Maheethanu: ||

Vijnanamaya Anandhamaya: Pranamayo Anandha: | Sarvalokamayo Yashta  Dharmadharma Pravarthaka: ||

Anirvinno Gunagrahi Sarvadharma Phalapradha: || Dhayasudhardhra Nayano Nirasheera Parigraha: ||

Parartha Vriththir Madhuro Madhurapriyadharshana: | Muktha Dhama Pareethango Ni:Sango Mangalakara: ||



|| Jai Sriman Narayana ||