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GURU STOTRAM [ WITH MEANING]
« on: August 29, 2008, 02:12:21 PM »
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    (from DIVYA JYOTI of “The Divine Life Society” -
    Swami Sivananda)

    1. Brahmanandam Parama Sukhadam Kevalam Jnanamurtim
    Dvandvathitam Gaganasadrisham Tatvamsyadi Lakshyam,
    Ekam Nityam Vimalamachalam Sarvadhee Sakshibhutam
    Bhavatitam Trigunarahitam Sad Gurum Tam Namami.

    2. Yasyantarnadimadhyam Na Hi Karacharanam Namagotram
    Na Sutram
    No Jatirnaiva Varnam Na Bhavati Purusho No Napumsam Na
    Cha Stri,
    Nakaram No Vikaram Na Hi Janimaranam Nasti Punyam Na
    Papam
    No Tattvam Tatvamekam Sahajasamarasam Sad Gurum Tam
    Namami.

    3. Gururbrahma Gururvishnur Gururdevo Mahesvarah,
    Guruh Sakshat Parambrahma Tasmai Shri Gurave Namah.

    4. Chaitanyam Shashvatam Shantam Vyomatitam
    Niranjanam,
    Nadabindukalatitam Tasmai Shri Gurave Namah.

    5. Ajnana Timirandhasya Jnananjana Shalakaya,
    Chakshurunmilitam Yena Tasmai Shri Gurave Namah.

    6. Akhandamandalakaram Vyaptam Yena Characharam,
    Tatpadam Darshitam Yena Tasmai Shri Gurave Namah.

    7. Sthavaram Jangamam Vyaptam Yat Kinchit
    Sacharacharam,
    Tvampadam Darshitam Yena Tasmai Shri Gurave Namah.

    8. Chinmayam Vyapitam Sarvam Trailokyam Sacharacharam,
    Asitvam Darshitam Yena Tasmai Shri Gurave Namah.

    9. Yatsatyena Jagat Sarvam Yat Prakashena Bhanti Yat,
    Yadanandena Nandanti Tasmai Shri Gurave Namah.

    10. Na Guroradhikam Tatvam Na Guroradhikam Tapah,
    Na Guroradhikam Jnanam Tasmai Shri Gurave Namah.

    11. Gurureko Jagat Sarvam Brahma Vishnu Shivatmakam,
    Guroh Paratharam Nasti Tasmat Sampujayet Gurum.

    12. Yasya Deve Parabhaktih Yatha Deve Tathagurau,
    Tasyaite Kathita Hyarthah Prakashante Mahatmanah.

    13. Mannathah Shrijagannathah Madguruh Srijagadguruh,
    Mamatma Sarvabhutatma Tasmai Shri Gurave Namah.

    14. Dhyanamulam Gurormurtih Pujamulam Guroh Padam,
    Mantramulam Gurorvakyam Mokshamulam Guroh Kripa.

    15. Om Namah Shivaya Gurave Satchidananda Murtaye,
    Nishprapanchaya Shantaya Niralambaya Tejase.

    16. Ajnanamulaharanam Janmakarmanivaranam,
    Jnanavairagya Siddhyartham Guroh Padodakam Pibet.

    17. Nityam Suddham Nirabhasam Nirakaram Niranjanam,
    Nityabodham Chidanandam Gurum Brahma Namamyaham.

    18. Nidhaye Sarva Vidyanaam Bhishaje Bhavaroginam,
    Gurave Sarvalokanam Dakshinamurtaye Namah.

    19. Om Namo Brahmadibhyo Brahmavidya Sampradaya-
    Kartribhyo Vamsarishibhyo Mahadbhyo,
    Namo Gurubhyah Sarvopaplavarahitah
    Prajnanaghanah Pratyagartho Brahmaivahamasmi.

    20. Om Naraayanam Padmabhavam Vasishtam
    Saktim Cha Tatputra Parasaram Cha,
    Vyasam Sukam Gaudapadam Mahantam
    Govindayogindra Mathasya Shishyam.

    21. Sri Sankarachaaryamathasya
    Padmapadam Cha Hastamalakamcha Shishyam,
    Tam Trotakam Vartikakaramanyan
    Asmadgurun Santatamanatosmi.

    22. Srutismritipurananam Alayam Karunalayam,
    Namami Bhagavadpadam Shankaram Lokasankaram.

    23. Sankaram Sankaracharyam Kesavam Baadarayanam,
    Sutrabhashya Kritau Vande Bhagavantau Punah Punah.

    24. Isvaro Gururatmeti Murtibhedhavibhagine,
    Vyomavad Vyapta Dehaya Dakshinamurthaye Namah.


    MEANING OF GURUSTOTRAM


    1. I Prostrate to that Sadguru, the Brahman, who is
    bliss, who is the giver of supreme happiness, who is
    absolute knowledge who is beyond the pairs of
    opposites, who is vast like the ether, who is
    attainable through assertions like “Tat Twam Asi”, who
    is one, eternal, pure and changeless, who is the
    witness of all the states of the mind, who transcends
    modifications, who is devoid of the three modes (of
    Prakriti).

    2. I prostrate to that Sadguru, who has no beginning,
    no middle, no end, no hands, no feet, no name, no
    lineage, no class, no caste, no colour, who is neither
    male nor female, who has no form, no change, no birth,
    no virtue, no vice, no elements of creation, who is
    the one Truth, who is the natural homogeneous Essence.

    3. I prostrate to that Sri Guru, who is himself
    Brahma, Vishnu and God Maheshwara, and who is verily
    the Supreme Absolute Itself.

    4. I prostrate to that Sri Guru, who is pure
    Conciousness, eternal, peaceful, beyond ether,
    spotless and beyond sound, space and time.

    5. I prostrate to that Sri Guru, who has opened with
    the collyrium stick of knowledge, the eyes of him who
    was rendered blind by the darkness of ignorance.

    6. I prostrate to that Sri Guru, who pervades the
    movable and the immovable universe as an unbroken
    infinitude of form, and who has shown the state of
    That (Brahman).

    7. I prostrate to that Sri Guru, who pervades the
    whole universe constituting of beings, sentient and
    insentient, movable and immovable and by whom is shown
    the truth of the word “That” (Brahman).

    8. I prostrate to that Sri Guru, who pervades as
    conciousness of beings, movable and immovable in three
    worlds and by whom is revealed the truth of the word
    “Art” in the Mahaavaakya: “That thou Art”.

    9. I prostrate to that Sri Guru, due to whose
    existence the world exists, whose effulgence illumines
    the world, and whose Bliss is the happiness of all
    beings.

    10. I prostrate to that Sri Guru, who is the eternally
    true, austere and absolute knowledge personified.

    11. The Guru alone is the whole world including the
    worlds of Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva. Nothing exists
    that is superior to the Guru. Hence the Guru is to be
    worshipped.

    12. He whose devotion to the Lord is supreme, and who
    has as much devotion to the Guru as to the Lord, unto
    him, that high souled one, the meaning of the sacred
    texts stand revealed.

    13. I prostrate to that Sri Guru, my Lord, who is the
    Lord of the entire universe, who is my Guru and world
    teacher, the Indweller in me as well as the universe.

    14. The form of the Guru is the basis of meditation,
    the feet of the Guru are the basis of worship, the
    words of the Guru are the basis of Mantra, the Grace
    of the Guru is the basis of liberation.

    15. Om. Prostration to the Guru, who is Shiva (bliss
    and auspiciousness), who is the embodiment of
    Existence-Knowledge-Bliss, who is beyond
    world-conciousness, who is peaceful, without any
    support and self-effulgent.

    16. The sacred waters used for washing the feet of the
    Guru should be drunk for the sake of destruction of
    the root of ignorance, for removing birth and death
    and the effects of Karma, and for the attainment of
    knowledge and dispassion.

    17. I prostrate to that Guru, who is the eternally
    pure Brahman, free from reflection, formless,
    taintless, eternally awake as pure conciousness and
    bliss.

    18. I prostrate to that Sri Dakshinamurti, who is the
    abode of all knowledge, who is the physician to those
    afflicted with the disease of worldly existence, and
    who is the Guru of all the worlds.

    19. Salutations to Brahman, to the holy sages that
    have given us the Brahmavidya; Salutations to the
    great Masters of Divine Knowledge and to all the
    masters that have awakened the Divine Wisdom in us.
    Om I am Brahman.

    20. Salutations to Brahma, Vasishtha, Shakti,
    Parasara, Vyasa, Suka, Gaudapada the majestic,
    Govindapada, the mighty Yogin whose disciple was the
    effulgent Shankara.

    21. And his great disciples Padmapaada, Trotaka,
    Hastaamalaka, and Suresvara who wrote a wide
    commentary of Shankara’s Advaita.

    22. Salutations to Master Shankara, Bhagavadpaada, the
    bestower of felicity and unity on humanity, and the
    repository of all the wisdom, contained in the sacred
    scriptures. He is the manifestation of compassion.

    23. Salutation to Shankara who has explained the
    mystic lore handed down to us by Baadaraayana (Vyasa).
    Let us adore Him again and again – Aum Bhagavaan
    Shankara.

    24. I prostrate to Sri Dakshinamurti who manifests in
    three different forms as God, Guru and Self, and whose
    body is all-pervading like the sky.

    JAI SAI RAM
    गुरूर्ब्रह्मा,गुरूर्विष्णुः,गुरूर्देवो महेश्वरः
    गुरूर्साक्षात् परब्रह्म् तस्मै श्री गुरवे नमः॥
    अखण्डमण्डलाकांरं व्याप्तं येन चराचरम्
    तत्विदं दर्शितं येन,तस्मै श्री गुरवे नमः॥


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