Lord Ganesha

Lord Ganesha

Wednesday, 24 May 2017

Sri Parashurama Sahasranama Sthothram – Agni Puranam – Lyrics and meanings 81 – 90




|| Jai Sriman Narayana ||











I shall meditate upon Lord Parashurama who is wielded on vicious weapon Parashu, he symbolizes Veda, he has the gait of lion, he has lion as celestial vehicle, his roar resembles to lion, he has sharp teeth and finger nails of lion, he embodied as giant tortoise ad carried Mount Mandhara on his back, he is wielded in powerful bow and arrows, he dwells in Sahasrachala and Mahendhra, he represents mind, heart, intellect, and ego, he auguments happiness of Goddess Kamala, he is primordial, he is adorned in garlands, mace,  and conch, he is mounted on magnificent chariot, he is devoid of passion and changes, he is powerful/wise, he eradicates ill fate of worshiper, he is  incorporeal, he represent passionate devotees, he is Madhava who is the consort of Goddess Sri Mahalakshmi, he is worshiped by deities, he is mighty warrior, unconquerable, and fearless, he is Shankara, he is eternal, he is deserved to be eulogized, he is Vishveshvara, he is Vishvamoorthi, he is Vishvarama and he is embodied as Universe, he has great stature, he is easily attainable to the virtuous people, he is Paramjyothi, he is imperishable, he dwells in the supreme abode of Sri Vaikundham, he is Pundareekaksha who has eyes resembles to lotus flower petals, he dwells as soul in living beings, he have thousands of heads, he is flawless Purusha, he have thousands of eyes and feet, he represents great virility, he represents Urdhvalinga, he is most excellent, he bestows various boons to worshiper, he have enthusiastic form/Unmaththavesha/intoxicated, he camouflage at his own will, he represents Sapthadhvipa/7 divisions of earth, he is embodied as Earth, he is twice born/Bhramin, he symbolizes righteousness and ensures the prevalence of righteousness on Earth, he is the essence of Veda, he is eternal, he is flawless and extremely gorgeous, he is omniscient, he is the source of happiness, he is too compassionate, he reclines on the water, he is Dhatha and he is the performer of tasks, he is Parathpara/supreme Lord, he is constant, pure, contented, and most desirable, he is companion to people in solitude, he is the source of welfare of the Universe and its living beings, he is the provider of Moksha, and fame/Keerthi, he symbolizes eternal fame and inspires his worshiper to achieve the same.



Parashvadhayudha: Shakhi Simhaga: Simhavahana: | Simhanadha: Simhadhamshtro Nago Mandhara Dhrik Shara: ||

Sahasrachalanivasi  Cha Mahendhrakritha Samshraya: | Mano Buddhir Ahangaraka: Kamalanandhavardhana: ||

Sanathanathama: Sragvi Gadhi Shanghi Rathangabhrith | Nireeho Nirvikalpashcha  Samartho Ananrthanashana: ||

Akayo Bhakthakayashcha  Madhavo Atha Surarchitha: | Yodhdha Jetha  Mahaveerya: Shankara: Santhatha: Sthutha: ||

Vishveshvaro  Vishvamoorthir  Vishvaramo Atha Vishvakrith | Ajanabhahu: Sulabha: Paramjyothi: Sanathana: ||

Vaikunda: Pundareekaksha: Sarvabhoothashayasthitha: | Sahasrasheersha  Purusha: Sahasraksha: Sahasrapath ||

Oordhvaretha  Urdhvalinga : Pravaro  Varadho Vara: | Unmaththavesha: Pracchanna: Sapthadhvipa Mahipradha: ||

Dhvija Dharmaprathishtatha  Vedathma  Vedakricchaya: | Nithya: Sampoornnakamashcha  Sarvajja: Kushalagama: ||

Kripapeeyusha Jaladhir  Dhatha Kartha Parathpara: | Achalo Nirmalas Thriptha: Sve  Mahimna Prathishtitha: ||

Asahaya: Sahayashcha  Jagadhethurkarana: | Mokshadha: Keerthidhas Chaiva  Preraka: Keerthinayaka: ||



|| Jai Sriman Narayana ||