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Re: ~~VISHNU SAHASRANAMA WITH ITS MEANING~~
« Reply #195 on: April 09, 2006, 01:04:18 PM »
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  • 966. Janma-mrityu-jaraa-atigah –“One who knows no change or modifications in Himself.” Ever finite object in the world undergoes constant ‘change’ and each of them is extremely painful. They are birth, growth, decay, and the Eternal, the changeless Self, Sree Narayana, Ever- the-same Supreme. Geeta thunders the nature of the self to be “ever-birthless and never dying,” and once It has existed, Self never becomes non-existent.

    967. Bhoor-bhuvas-svas-taruh –“One who is snap in the tree-of-life existing in all the universe of the higher world, our-world and the lower world.” The famous Vedic terms bhooh Bhuvah and Svah connote the three worlds (lokas). The world ‘Loka’ in Sanskrit means “a field of experience.” Therefore, in fact, these three terms, called Vyaahritees, subjectively represents all our experiences in the walking, dream and deep-sleep states of consciousness. His constant Yajna to nurture and nourish the Universe. So, this epithet has been given to Sree Narayana, the infinite Self, the glorious Essence (Sap) that pervades the entire Tree-of-Life-flowering out to even embrace all experiences in all planes of Consciousness. Everywhere, in the everything at all times.

    968. Tarrah –“One who helps all to cross –over” –the Eternal Boat-man, to whom, if the devotees can surrender in unswerving faith and true devotion, he will surely row them across the “Ocean of samsara:” that one is Taarah. Through exclusive, devoted meditation, alert with understanding, the individuality in each of us wakes up to the higher plane – and there is Be-attitude to experience the Self, the eternal Brahman – Sree Hari.

    969. Savitaa –“He who is the father of All” –Who is the eternal father of the entire Universe.

    970. Pra-pitaamahah –“He who is the father of even the ‘Father of all Beings,’ the creator, Brahmaaji, of the trinity.” The creator Himself rose from the Absolute self. Creator is known in our scriptural language as Pitaamaha –the Father.



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    OM SAI SRI SAI JAYA JAYA SAI!!!
    Let us pray at the feet of Sai Baba who is the incarnation of all gods and protector of all, to show mercy on us, and increase our devotion towards him.
    A Person, who has controlled his mind, can achieve any success in his life. How far you are trying to control your mind?
    The mind that judges not others ever remains tension-free.
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    970. Pra-pitaamahah –“He who is the father of even the ‘Father of all Beings,’ the creator, Brahmaaji, of the trinity.” The creator Himself rose from the Absolute self. Creator is known in our scriptural language as Pitaamaha –the Father.

    971. Yajnah –“One whose very nature is yajna.” The term yajna means “work undertaken with a pure spirit of total dedication in complete co-operative endeavor with total selflessness, there is Sree Narayana in action through His creatures.

    972. Yajna-patih –“The lord of all yajnas.” I am the ‘Enjoyer’ in all self –dedicated, co-operative endeavors (Yajna). These are the joyous words of the lord who Himself declares; “The ‘Enjoyer’ and the ‘lord’ in all yajnas am I.”

    973. Yajvaa –“The one who performs Yajna according to the strict prescriptions laid down in Vedas” –the one who maintains in ll his divine actions the true Yajna spirit.

    974. Yajnaangah –“One whose limbs are the ‘things’ employed in Yajna.” In Harivamsa we told that ‘things’ are the very aspects of Lord Sree Narayana.

    975. Yajna-vaahanah –“One who fulfils Yajnas in complete and exact accord with the Vedic instructions.”



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    subhasrini
    OM SAI SRI SAI JAYA JAYA SAI!!!
    Let us pray at the feet of Sai Baba who is the incarnation of all gods and protector of all, to show mercy on us, and increase our devotion towards him.
    A Person, who has controlled his mind, can achieve any success in his life. How far you are trying to control your mind?
    The mind that judges not others ever remains tension-free.
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  • 976. Yajna-bhrit –“the ruler of the Yajnas” –the One who helps us to conclude successfully all our ‘good, dedicated. Selfless acts of service to others’ –Yajnas.

    977. Yajna-Krit –“One who performs Yajna.” The same term also mean One who destroys the yajnas. The term Yajna connotes all noble and divine actions of service and love undertaken in a pure sense of God dedication, selflessness and joy. Lord issued forth the creation as an act of yajna, and in the end He must also undertake the total dissolution of this very yajna. Sometimes this is interpreted as “One who ‘performs’ the yajnas of the good people and one who ‘destroys’ the Yajnas of the evil minded folk.”

    978. Yajnee –“One who is constant ‘Enjoyer’ of the perpetual Yajnas.” In all Yajnas, because every act is Narayana –centered-god-dedicated-to him alone is the attribute of being the only single ‘Enjoyer.’

    979. Yajnee –“All that is offered into the scared Fire during a Yajna, though with an invocation to any of the deities, in tender devotion and joy. Goes to Him alone, the “One receiver of all that is offered,” for all deities are but Narayana in different forms.

    980. Yajna-saadhanah –“One who fulfills all Yajnas.” It is by his grace alone all noble endeavours, undertaken in an honest and true sincerity, gain spectacular success.


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    subhasrini
    OM SAI SRI SAI JAYA JAYA SAI!!!
    Let us pray at the feet of Sai Baba who is the incarnation of all gods and protector of all, to show mercy on us, and increase our devotion towards him.
    A Person, who has controlled his mind, can achieve any success in his life. How far you are trying to control your mind?
    The mind that judges not others ever remains tension-free.
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    Re: ~~VISHNU SAHASRANAMA WITH ITS MEANING~~
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    981. Yajnaantakrit –“One who performs the last, concluding act in all Yajnas.” The final item in a yajna is the “total –offerings” (Poorna-Aahuti) when Sree Narayana is reverently and earnestly invoked. Without this prayer-ritual. Yajna is never complete. Sree Hari, therefore, is of the form of Poorna-Aahuti -in the sense that when ‘total’ surrender of all vehicles and their actions is accomplished, the transcendental experience of the Self, Narayana alone, comes to manifest in all His divine Splendour.

    Some commentators have, however, taken the meaning of the Yajna-anta-not as “the last item in yajna” but as ‘anta,’ the ‘fruit’ of the yajna by which they bestow the meaning that Narayana is the “One who gives away the ‘fruits’ for all Hari-dedicated, selfless acts of love and service.”

    982. yagna-guhyam –“Sree Narayana is the most profound truth to be realised  in all yajnas.” The self is the most noble truth to be sought through ‘offerings’ all the ‘Dravya’ (objects) into the “consciousness” (Fire) in the “body” (kunda). This kind of subjective-Yajna is called in the Geeta as “Knowledge-Yajna.” This is also called in the Vedas as Brahma-Yajna.

    983. Annam –“One who has himself become the ‘food’ ” –sense –objects which are the ‘food’ consumed by the sense –organs. As a verb it can be used as One who “Eats” the whole universe at the time of the great dissolution. At that time, he is the one in whom the world remains absorbed in the pralaya, just as our individual world each day gets dissolved in our sleep. The one in whom alone the world of names and forms can remain in their ‘seed-form,’ is Sree Narayana, the self.

    984. Annaadah –“One who eats the ‘food.’ ” not only the objective world is the projection on Narayana, but the subjective-enjoyer –the individuality, the ego, that experiences-is also Narayana. The self, functioning through the “equipment” is the jeevaatman, the individuality in each of us who “experiences.” Thus the self is the both ‘food’ (Annam) and ‘eater-of-food’ (Annaadah) just as our own waking-mind becomes the “experiencer” and the “experienced” in our dream-world.

    985. Aatma-yohin –“One who is himself the ‘material cause’ (Upaadaana Kaarana) for himself;” the self born, the uncaused cause.

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  • 986. Svayam-jaatah –“One who, as the lord of the universe, has no other ‘Instrumental cause’ (Nimitta-Kaarana) in projecting Himself.”

    Three cause are necessary in all ‘creation’ in the pluralistic world: the Material cause’ (mud), the “Instrumental cause’ (wheel), and the ‘Efficient cause’ (the pot maker). In sree Narayana’s self-projection, as in the dream, that all these three causes are He, Himself, is shown in these term.

    987. Vai-Khaanah –“The one who dug through the earth” –cutting through the denseness of the gross to reach, apprehend and kill the subtle Hirnyaksha, the terrible and the monstrous who had tried to destroy the spiritual values in the world. The self has to reach us to destroy the ego in us and give us the ‘liberation’ from our evil adherence to the body-mind-intellect.

    988. saama-gaayanah –“One who signs the Saama-songs.”

    989. Devakeenandhanah –“He who appeared as born to Devakee in his Incarnation as Krishna.” And since Devakee could only, from afar, see, watch and enjoy the pranks and play of her blessed child in Gokula, Krishna is called as the “Joy of Devakee” (Devakee-nandhana).

    990. Srashtaa –“One who creates.” Even the Creator can perform his job only by drawing his abilities and capacities from the infinite self, Sree Narayana.

    to be contd..........

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    OM SAI SRI SAI JAYA JAYA SAI!!!
    Let us pray at the feet of Sai Baba who is the incarnation of all gods and protector of all, to show mercy on us, and increase our devotion towards him.
    A Person, who has controlled his mind, can achieve any success in his life. How far you are trying to control your mind?
    The mind that judges not others ever remains tension-free.
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    990. Srashtaa –“One who creates.” Even the Creator can perform his job only by drawing his abilities and capacities from the infinite self, Sree Narayana.

    991. K****eesah –“One who is the lord of the earth.” Sree Narayana is the husband of mother Earth. He is her protector. Her nurtuer and nourisher. Her, earth may stand for all that is gross –the entire maayaa-and Narayana is the Lakshmee-Pati.

    992. Paapa-naasanah –meditating upon whom, all vaasanaas (sins) are liquidated. When the individuals, surrendering in love to Him, acts and fulfils his duties, all his existing vaasanaas are destroyed and no new ones are created –this is the very root in the theory of karma Yoga in the Vedas. Through meditation upon the self, all sins are dissolved and totally removed.



    993. Samkha-bhrit –“One who has the divine conch named “Paanchajanya.” The word meaning is this term pancha-janya is “that which is born of the five” (sense organs), so it stands for the mind. Mind being the seat of ego, the sastras declare that the conch in the divine hand of Sree Narayana is the ego-factor (Ahamkaara-Tattva) in our personality.

    994. Nandakee –The lord’s sword is called Nandaka. Therefore,this term indicates one who holds and wields the Nandaka sword. The word Nanda-kam mean “that which brings bliss.” The Sastras sing that the divine sword in the sacred hands of the lord hari represents the knowledge-Spiritual (Vidyaa-Tattva) with which the seeker can destroy all his “ignorance” of the self in him.

    995. Chakree –“one who carries the discus called Sudarsana.” The term Su-Darsana means “that gives the auspicious vision.” The sastras attribute to this discus-Divine the representation of the human mind.

    996. Saarnga-dhanvaa –“One who aims his unerring bow called Saarnga.” This bow of Narayana is glorified in our texts as representing the Ego, as the ‘apex’ of all the sense organs, Ahankaara-Tattva. In this concluding Stanza, the instruments of Blessing in sree Narayana’s hands are remembered with reverence and devotion.

    997. Gadda-dharah –“One who holds his divine club (Mace) celebrated as Kaumodakee –which generates and spreads beauty and joy.” This Mace is described as representing the intellect in man (Buddhi-Tattva).

    998. Rathanga-paanih –“The traditional meaning is, of course, “One who has the ‘wheel of the chariot’ as his weapon.” This means the discuss which already has been mentioned in this very Stanza as Chakree. But, there are others who would like to interpret this term in other ways. In a glorification-Hymn or devotional-Chant, repetition is no sin; in fact, it should be quite natural.

    999. Akshobhyah –“One who cannot be exasperated by anyone, by any act or acts, however blasphemous they may be.” One whose peace and calm cannot be stormed out by any happening in his outer world; Ever-peaceful. The term suggests Infinite patience, love and kindness towards man and his frailties.

    1000. Sarva-praharanaayudhah –“He who has all implements for all kinds of assault and fight.” No enemy can surprise Him. The ‘conqueror of all.’ One who has weapons to meet any missile. However powerful.
     

     

    Sree Sarva-praharanaayudhah Om Namah iti


    subhasrini
    OM SAI SRI SAI JAYA JAYA SAI!!!
    Let us pray at the feet of Sai Baba who is the incarnation of all gods and protector of all, to show mercy on us, and increase our devotion towards him.
    A Person, who has controlled his mind, can achieve any success in his life. How far you are trying to control your mind?
    The mind that judges not others ever remains tension-free.
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    Dear Sai Bandhus, Sai Ram!

    Vishnu Sahasranama parayana is as important for all Sai Devotees as is the parayana of SSC and Sri Gurucharitra.

    You all might be knowing that there are 108 slokas in Vishnu Sahasra Nama Stotram.

    There are 27 stars starting from Ashwini till Revathi - each with four paadas (quarters). Thus, there are 27 x 4 = 108 star paadas totally. Each sloka of  Vishnu Sahasra Nama Stotram denote one paada of a star thus 108 slokas denote all the paadas of stars. Thus, Vishnu Sahasra Nama Stotram has its influence on each and  every individual born.

    It is said that if we are unable to chant the entire Vishnu Sahasra Nama Stotra, atleast we must chant the single sloka applicable to the paada of the star in whihc we were born. This can be done as many times as possible if not 108 times. Since Vishnu is the ruler of present- 'Sthithi' , this parayana helps in our well being. 

    What is applicable pAada : eg. The first sloka of the Sahasra Nama stotra

    Vishwam Vishnurvashatkaro Bhoota Bhavya Bhavat Prabhuhu
    Bhoota Krit Bhoota Bhrudhbhavo Bhootaatma Bhoota Bhaavanaha


    denotes the first paada of star Ashwini.

    Similarly, the second sloka denotes the second paada of Ashwini.
    The fifth sloka denotes the first paada of Barani star and so on.

    JAI SAI RAM
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  • Dear All,
    If any one needs the Sai Vrat Katha  in English plzz send me the personal message at anamikanoname@yahoo.co.in

    With your email ID ,I will more than happy to share English Vrat Katha with you all, I have traslated and collected the Katha , it shud be well served to all of us.

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    dear kavita ji

    thnk u for enlightening us with tht information on vishnusahasranam strota.....
    it feels good reading th same.
    ws planing to read th same from tomorrow......
    r thr ny specific rules we need to follow....
    nd th parayanam ..... it has to continue all thru th seven days or can we read it in one day ........
    i shall b obliged recevin a reply regarding th same

    om sai nathay namah
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    dear kavita ji

    thnk u for enlightening us with tht information on vishnusahasranam strota.....
    it feels good reading th same.
    ws planing to read th same from tomorrow......
    r thr ny specific rules we need to follow....
    nd th parayanam ..... it has to continue all thru th seven days or can we read it in one day ........
    i shall b obliged recevin a reply regarding th same

    om sai nathay namah

    Om Sri Sai Ram

    Very sorry for this delayed reply since I happen to see this msg today only.

    Yes, it can be read on anyday, anytime preferably after a bath you can keep chanting once you get it by heart, you can keep chanting allthe time. As you know there are some specific times when ladies should not chant. during all other times, you can chant. Baba himself has told us its importance in SSC. Blessed are we.
    You can chant the entire stotram  or only the stanza that is applicable to you.

    Baba Bless us all

    Jai Sai Ram
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  • जय सांई राम।।।

    There is no name for HIM.  Hindus say HE has one thousand names -- they have a whole scripture devoted to HIS names : Vishnu Sahasranam, "The One Thousand Names of God."  Sufis say HE has one hundred names; it is better than one thousand -- nine hundred have been denied. They say HE has one hundred names, but when you ask them to say what those names are they will only tell you ninety-nine. And when you insist, "Where is the hundredth?" they will say, "That is unutterable -- that is HIS true name."

    अपना सांई प्यारा सांई सबसे न्यारा अपना सांई

    ॐ सांई राम।।।
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    Amruthãm Shoothbavo Bãnurithi Beejam
    Dévakee Nandhan Srashtéthi Sakthihi
    Uthbava Kshobhano Déva Ithi Paramo Manthraha
    Shankbhruth Nandhkee Chakreethi Keelakam
    Shãrngadhanva Gadhãdhara Ithyasthram
    Radhãngapãni Rakshobhya Ithi Néthram
    Thrisãma Sãmaka Sãméthi Kavacham
    Aanandam Parbrahméthi Yonihi
    Rudhu Sudharsank Kaala Ithi Dhigbandhaha
    Sri Viswaroopa Ithi Dhyãnam

    Sri Mahavishnup Preethyarthe Sahasra Nama Japé Viniyogaha

    Dhyãnam

    Ksheerodhanvath Pradhésé Susi Mani Vilasath Saikathe Mouthikãnãm
    Malãk Lupthãsanastha Spatikamani-Nibair Moukthikair Mandithaangaha

    Suprai Rbhrai Radhaprai Ruprivirasithair Muktha Bheeyuusha Varshaihi
    Anandheenap Puneeyaa Dhari Nalina Gadha Shankapaanir Mukundhaha

    Bhoop-Paathau Yasya Nabhir Viyadhasoora-Nilach-Chandra Sauryau Cha Néthré
    Karnãvasã Siro Dhyaur-Mukamapi Dhahano Yasya Vaastheyamapdhihi

    Andhastham Yasya Vishvam Soor-Nara-Khaga-Gho-Bhogi-Gandharva-Dhaithyaihi
    Chitram Ramramyathe Tham Thribhuvan-Vapusham Vishnu Meesham Namaami

    Shaanthãkãram Bhujagasayanam Padhmanabham Surésam
    Vishwãdhãram Gaganasadhrusham Mégavarnam Subhangam

    Lakshmi Kãntham Kamalanayanam Yogihrudhyãna Gamyam
    Vandhé Vishnum Bavabayaharm Sarvalokaikanadham

    Megha Shyamam Peetha Kausheya Vcham
    Shree Vatsangam Kausthubho Bhasithangam
    Punyopetham Pundari Kayadaksham Vishnum Vande Sarva Lokaika Natham

    Namas Samastha Bhothanam Adi Bhoothaya Bhoo Bruthe
    Aneka Roopa Roopaya Vishanve Prabha Vishnave

    Shashanka Chakram Saka Reeta Kundalam Sappetha Vasthram Sarasi Ruheshanam
    Shara Vaksha Sthala Shobhi Kausthubam Namami Vishnum Shirasã Chathurbhujam 5

    Chayayam Parijathasya Héma Simhasano Parihi
    Aasina Mam-Bhutha-Shyãma-Mãyadaksha Malankrutham

    Chandrananam Chathur Bhahum Shree Vatsanghitha Vakshasam
    Rukmini Sathyabhamabhyam Sahitham Kirshnamasraye


    Om

    Vishvam Vishnur Vashatkaro Bhootha Bhavya Bhavath Prabhuhu
    Bhoothakruth Bhoothabruth Bhavo Bhoothatma Bhootha Bhavanaha

    Bhoothatma Paramathma Cha Mukthanam Parama Gathihi
    Avya Yapurusha Sakshi Kshetrgno Ksharo Évacha

    Yogo Yoga Vitham Nétha Prdhãna Purusheshwaraha
    Narasimha Vabhu Shreeman Keshava Purushothamaha

    Sarva Sharvash Shivas Sthanur Bhoothathir Nidhira Vyahayaha
    Sambhavo Bhavono Bartha Prabava Prabhureeshwaraha

    Swambu Shambur Adithya Pushkaraksho Mahasvanaha
    Anadhi Nidhano Dhath Vidhath Dhathu Ruthmaha 5

    Appréyo Rishi Keshah Padmnabho Mara Prabhuhu
    Visha Karma Manusthvastha Sthavishta Shtaviro-Dhruvaha

    Agrahya Sashvatha Krishno Lokidaksh Pradhr Dhanaha
    Prabhuth Shrikuthãma Pavithrm Manglam Param

    Eashana Prãnadha Prano Jyeshta Shreshta Praja Pathihi
    Hiran Ya Garbho Bhoo Gahrbho Madhavo Madhu Sudhanaha

    Ishvaro Vikrami Thanvi Medavi Vikrma Kramaha
    Anuththamo Durãdarsha Kruthangya Kruthi-Raathmavan

    Suresha Sharnam Sharma Vishva Retha Prajabhvaha
    Ahath Samvathsaro Wyallaha Prathyas Sarvadharshanaha 10

    Ajas Sarvesh Varas Sidhas Sidhi Sarva Dhiru Chithaha
    Vrusha Gabhir Meyathma Sarva Yoga Vinisruthaha

    Vasur Vasumanas Sathya Samãthmã Sammitha-Samaha
    Amoga Pundarikaksho Vrushkarma Vrushakruthihi

    Rudro Bahushira Babrur Viswayoni Suchichrvaha
    Amrudha Sachvadha Sthanur Vraroha Mahathapaha

    Sarvakaha Sarvavidhbaanur Vishwakseno Janardhanaha
    Vedo Veda Vidhav Yango Vedãngo Vedvith Kavihi

    Lokã Dhyakshas Surdhyaksho Dharma Dhyaksho Krutha Kruthaha
    Chathurathma Chathur Vyuhachathur Thamshta Chathur Bhujaha 15

    Prajishur Bhojanam Bhoktha Sahishnur Jagatha Thijaha
    Anako Vijayo Jetha Vishva Yoni Punarvasuhu

    Upendro Vamaha Pramshur Amogash Shsirurjithaha
    Atheendras Sangrahas Sargo Dhruthatma Niyamo Yamaha

    Védyo Vaidyas-Sadã-Yogi Veeraha Madhavo Madhuhu
    Atheendriyo Mahãmãyo Mahothsaho Mahabalaha

    Mahabuthir Mahaveeryo Mahashakthir Mahathyuthihi
    Anir Deshya Vabhu Shreema-Naméyathmã Mahã-Thri-Dhruk

    Maheshvaso Maheebartha Shreenivasa Satham Gathihi
    Aniruddas Surananndo Govindo Gvindãm Pathihi 20

    Marichir Thamano Hamsas Superno Pujagothamaha
    Hiranya Nabhas Suthapã Padmanabha Prajapthihi

    Amruthyus Sarva-Dhruk Simha-Sandhãtha Sandhimãm-Stiraha
    Ajo Durmarshanas-Shãsthã Vishruthãtmã Surarihã

    Gurur Gurthamo Thama Sathyas Sathya Parakramaha
    Nimisho Nimishas Sragvi Vãchaspathi Rutharathee

    Agraneer Gramanee Shreeman Nyãyo Néthã Sameeranaha
    Sahasra Murthã Vishvãtmã Sahas-Rãkshas-Sahasrapath

    Aavarthano Nivruthathma Samvradhas Sampra Mardhanaha
    Ahas Samvarthako Vahni-Ranilo Dharani Dharaha 25

    Suprasada Prasanãthma Vishwasruk Vishvabhuk Vibhuhu
    Sathkartha Sathkrudhas Sadhur Janhoor Naryano Naraha

    Asangeyo Prameyathma Vishista Shista Kruch-Chuchihi
    Siddhartha Siddha Sankalpa Siddhida-Siddhi Sadhanaha

    Vrushahee Vrushabho Vishnur Vrushaparva Vrusho Dharaha
    Varthano Varthamãnaksha Vivikta Shruth Sagaraha

    Subhujo Dhurtharo Vakmi Mahendhro Vasudo Vasuhu
    Naikarupo Bruhathroopas Sibhivishta Praksanaha

    Ojas-Théjo Dhyuuthidhara Prakãshatmã Pratãpanaha
    Ruddhas Spashtã-Ksharo Manthra-Chandrãmshur Bhaskarathdhyuthihi 30

    Amruthãm Shudh Bhavo Bhanu Shashabindu Sureshwaraha
    Aushadham Jagadha Sethu Sathya Dharma Parãkramaha

    Bhoothabhavya Bhavannatha Pavana Pãvano Nalaha
    Kamahã Kamakruth Kantha Kama Kamapratha Prabhuhu

    Yugadikruth Yugavartho Naika Mayo Mahasanaha
    Athrushyo Vyaktha Roopashcha Sahasrajita Nandajith

    Ishto Vishishta Thistéshta Shikandi Nahursho Vrushaha
    Krodhaha Krodhakruth Kartha Vishva Bahoor Mahitharaha

    Achyutha Prathitha Pranaha Prãnatho Vasuvanujaha
    Apãm-Nidi Rathishtana Mapramatha Prathishtithaha 35

    Skandaha Skandadaro Duryo Varado Vau Vãhanaha
    Vaasudevo Bruhath Banur Adi Deva Purandaraha

    Ashokas Stharanas Thara Shura Shurir Janéswaraha
    Anukoola Shathãvartha Padmi Padma Nibhekshanaha

    Padmanabho Ravindaksha Padmagarba Sharirabruth
    Maharthrir Ruthro Vruthathma Mahãksho Garudadvajaha

    Atula Sharabo Bheema Samayagno Havir Harhi
    Sarva Lakshana Lakshañyo Lakshmivãn Samithanjayaha

    Viksharo Rohitho Margo Héthur Damodara Sahaha
    Maheetharo Mahãbhogo Vegavãnami Thashanaha 40

    Uthbhava Shobhano Déva Shreegarba Parmeshvaraha
    Karanam Kãranam Kartha Vikartha Gahnoguhaha

    Vyavasayovyvasthanas Samasthana Sthando Druvaha
    Pararthi Parama Spastha Dushta Pushta Subhekshanaha

    Ramo Virãmo Viratho Margo Neyo Nayo Nayaha
    Veera Shakthimathãm Sreshto Dharmo Dharma Vithuthamaha

    Vaikunta Purusha Prãna Prãnadha Pranava Prathuhu
    Hiranyagharbha Shtrugno Vyapto Vayu Rthokshajaha

    Ruthu Sudarshana Kala Parameshti Parikrahaha
    Ugra Smavatsaro Daksho Vishramo Vishva Dakshinaha 45

    Vishthãra Sthãvaras-Sthãnu Pramãnam Beejama Vyayam
    Artho Nartho Mahakosho Mahãbhogo Mahadhanaha

    Anirvinna Sthãvishtobua Dharmayubo Mahãmakaha
    Nakshathra Némir Nakshthri Kshamaha Kshaamaha Smihanaha

    Yagña Ejyo Mahéjyascha Krathu Sathram Sathãngkadhihi
    Sarva-Darshee Vimukthathma Sarvagno Gnana-Muth-Thamam

    Suvratha Sumuga Sookshma Sukosha Sukada Suhruth
    Manoharo Jithakrodho Virabãhur Vithãranaha

    Swãpna Swavasho Vyãpi Naikathma Naik Karmakruth
    Vatsaro Vathsalo Vatsee Rathnagarbo Dhaneswaraha 50

    Dharmakrup Dharmakruth Dharmi Sathakshara Maksharam
    Avignatha Sahasramshur Vidhãta Krutha Lakshanaha

    Gapasthinémi Sathvastha Simho Bhootha Maheswaraha
    Aadi Dévo Mahãdévo Dévésho Devabruthguruhu

    Uththaro Gopathir Gopthã Gnãnkamya Purãthanaha
    Sharira Bhoothabruth Bhokthã Kapindro Purdakshinaha

    Somabo Mrudhapa Soma Purjith Purshothama
    Vinayo Jaya Sathyando Dãrshaha Sathvatham Pathihi

    Jeevo Vinayithã-Sakshi Mukundo Mita Vikramaha
    Ambonidhi-Ranandhathmaa Maho-Dhadishayo-Ndhakaha 55

    Ajo Mahaarha Swabhaavyo Jidaa Mitrah Pramodhanaha
    Anando Nandano Nanda Satya Dharma Trivikramaha

    Maharshi Kapila Acharya Kritagño Metini Pathihi
    Tripada Tripaddhyaksho Maha Shrung Krutaantha Kruthu

    Mãha Varãho Govinda Sushenah Kanakã-Ngadhi
    Ghuyo Gabeero Gahano Gupthash-Chakra Gadhãdhãraha

    Vedha Swaango Jith Krishno Druda-Sankrshano-Chuthaha
    Varuno Vaaruno Vruksha Pushkaraaksho Mahamanãha

    Bhagavan Bhagaha-Nandhi Vana Malee Halaayudhaha
    Aadhithyo Jyothir Adhitya Sahishnur Gadhisattamaha 60

    Sudhanwa Kanda Parashur Dhaarundo Dhravinapradhaha
    Divas-Sprug Sarva-Drug-Vyãso Vachaspathi-Rayonijaha

    Trisaama Saamagah Saamah Nirvaanam Beshajam Bhishaku
    Sanya-Sakruchama Shantho Nishta Shanthi Parayanam

    Shubaangah Shaantidha Srashtã Kumudhah Kuvaleshayaha
    Gohito Gopathir Goptha Vrushabaaksho Vrusha Priyaha

    Anivathee Nivruthaatma Samkshepta Kshema-Krucchivaha
    Sreevatsa-Vakshã Sreevasha Sreepati Sreemataam Varaha

    Sridha Srishah Srinivasah Srinidhi Srivibha-Vanaha
    Sridharah Srikarah Shreyah Shriman Loka-Trayashrayaha 65

    Swaksha Swanga Shadanando Nandir Jyothir Ganeshwaraha
    Vichitaatma Vidhéyaatma Satkeertis Chinna Shamshayaha

    Udeerna Sarvata-Chakshu-Raneesha Shaswata-Sthiraha
    Bhooshayo Bhushano Bhoothir Vishoka Shoka Naashanaha

    Archishmã-Narchita Kumbho Vishudhaatma Vishodhanaha
    Aniruddho Pratirata Pradhyumno Mitavikramaha

    Kalaneminiha Vira Shaurir Shoora Janeshwaraha
    Trilokatma Trilokesha Keshava Keshiha Harihi

    Kama Deva Kamapala Kamee Kantha Krutaagamha
    Anirdheshyavapur-Vishur-Viro Anando Dhanan Jayaha 70

    Bhramanyo Brahmankrud Brahma Brahma Brahma Vivardhanaha
    Brahmavith Braahmano Brahmi Brahmagnyo Braamana Priyaha

    Mahakramo Mahakarmã Mahãtejã Mahoragaha
    Maha-Krathur Mahãyajva Mahayagno Maha Havihi

    Stavya Stavapriya Sthothram Shthuthi Sthothaarana-Priyaha
    Purna Purayithã Punya Punya Keerti Ranamayaha

    Manojavas Theerthagaro Vasurédhã Vasupradhaha
    Vasupradho Vãsudevo Vasur Vasumanã-Havihi

    Satgati Sathkriti Satta Satbooti Satparayanaha
    Shoora Seno Yajushresta Sannivasa Suyamuhaha 75

    Bhootãvaso Vãsudevo Sarvãsu Nilayo Nalaha
    Darphaha Darpadho Dhrupto Durdharo-Dhãparãjitaha

    Vishwa Murtir Mahamurthir Deeptamurtir-Amoortiman
    Aneka Moorti-Ravyakta Shatamoorti Shataananaha

    Eko Naika Sava Ka Kim Yatat Pada Manutta-Mam
    Lokabhandhur Lokanatho Madhavo Bhaktha Vatsalaha

    Suvarnavarno Hemaango Varãngash Santha Nangathi
    Veeraha Visham Shoonyo Drutãshee Rachalas Chalaha

    Amãni Mãndho Manyo Lokswami Trilokdhruk
    Sumedha Medhajo Dhanya Satya Medha Dharã-Dharaha 80

    Tejovrusho Dhyudhidhara Sarva-Shastra-Brudãm Varaha
    Pragraho Nigraho Vyagro Naika Shrungo Gadhã-Grajaha

    Chaturmurti Chaturbahu Chaturvyuha Chatur Gathihi
    Chatur Aatma Chturbhava Chturveda Videkapãt

    Samãvarto Nivruttãtma Durjayo Duradikramaha
    Dhurilabo Durgamo Durgo Durãvãso Durãrihã

    Shubaango Lokasãranga Sthuthantus Tantu Vardhanaha
    Indra Karma Mahãkarmã Krutakarmã Krutãgamaha

    Uthbhava Sundara Sundho Ratna Nabha Sulochanaha
    Arko Vajasana Shrungi Jayantu Sarva Vijjayee 85

    Suvarna Bindhurakshobya Sarva Vageshwara Shwaraha
    Mahãhrudho Mahãkartho Mahãbhootho Mahãnidhihi

    Kumudha Kundhara Kundha Parjanya Pãvano Nilaha
    Amrutãsho Mrutavapu Sarvagnya Sarvato Mukhaha

    Sulabha Suvrata Siddha Shatrujit Shatrutãpanaha
    Nyakrodho Dumbaro Chwaththas Chãnuraan-Dhranishoo Dhanaha

    Shasrarchi Saptjihva Saptaida Sapta Vahanaha
    Amoorti-Ranakho Chindyo Bhaya-Krut Bhayanãshanaha
    Anur Bruhat Krusha Sthoolo Guna Brun Nir-Guno-Mahãn
    Adhruta Svadruta Svãsya Prãgvamso Vamsa-Vardhanaha 90

    Bhãrabrut Kathitho Yogi Yogeesha Sarva-Kãmadhaha
    Ashrama Shramana Kshãma Suparno Vãyu Vãhanaha

    Dhanurdharo Dhanurvedho Dando Damayitã Damaha
    Aparãjita Sarvashaho Niyanthã Niyamo Yamaha

    Satvavaãn Sãtvika Satyã Satyã Dharma Pãrayanaha
    Abhipr Ãya Priyãr Horha Priyakrit Preetivardhanaha

    Vihayã Sagatir Jyoti Suruchir Huta Bug Vibhuhu
    Ravir Virochana Surya Savithã Ravi-Lochanaha

    Ananta Hutabuk Bhoktha Sugadho Naikajhograjaha
    Anirvirna Sadhãmasrshi Lokhadhistana-Madhbutaha 95

    Sanãt Sanãt-Anamah Kapila Kapiravyaha
    Svastidah Svatikrut Svasti Svastibuk Svasti Dakshinaha

    Aroudhra Kundali Chakri Vikram Yurjitha Shasanaha
    Shabdhãtika Shabtasaha Shishira Sarva-Reekaraha

    Akroora Peshalo Daksho Dakshinaha Kshminãm Varaha
    Vidhvatthamo Veedhabhaya Punya-Shravana Keertanaha

    Uttãrano Dushkruthihã Punyo Dur-Swapna Nashanaha
    Veeraha Rakshna Sandho Jivana Paryasthithaha

    Anantharoopo-Nanthasreer Jithamanyur Bayãpahaha
    Chathurasro Gabheerãthma Ivdhisho Vyãdhsho Dhisaha 100

    Anãthir Bhoorbhavo Lakshmi Suviro Ruchirãngadhaha
    Janano Jana-Janmadir Bhimo Bhima Parãkramaha

    Adãra Nilayo Dhãthã Pushpa Hãsa Prajã-Garaha
    Urdhvaga Satpatã Chãra Prãnadha Pranava Pranaha

    Pramãnam Prãna Nilaya Prãnabrut Prãna Jivanaha
    Tatvam Tatva Videkãtma Janma Mrutyu Jarãthigaha

    Bhoorbhuva Svastha-Srusthãra Savita Prapitãmahaha
    Yogño Yagñapatir Yajva Yagnãngo Yagna Vãhanaha

    Yagñabrudth Yagñakruth Yagñee Yagñabhug Yagña Sãdhanaha
    Yagnãndha-Krudh Yagna-Guhya Manna-Mannãdha Evacha

    Atmayoni Svayam Jãto Vaikhãna Sãmagãyanaha
    Devaki Nandhana Shruastã Kshideesha Pãpa Nãshanaha

    Sanghabrun Nandagi Chakri Shãrnga Dhanva Gadhã Dharaha
    Rathanga Pani Rakshobhya Sarva Prharanãyudhaha

    Sarva Prharanãyudha Om Nama Ithi

    Vana Mali Gadhi Shãrngi Shangi Chakri Chanandhagi
    Shreeman Narayano Vishnur Vãsudeva Abhirakshathu 108
    (Repeat Three Times)

    Itheetham Kirtaniyasya Keshavasya Mahãtmanaha
    Nãmnãm Sahasram Divyãnãm Asheshena Prakeertitham

    Ya Idham Shrunuyã Nityam Yaschabhi Parikeertayéth
    Nãshubam Prapnuyath Kimchit Somutréha-Cha-Manavaha

    Vedhaantago Bhrãmana-Syãt Kshatriyo Vijayee Bhavet
    Vaishyo Dhana Samruta-Syãt Shoodhra Sukha-Mãvãpnuyat

    Dharmarthi Prapnuath Dharma Marthaarthi Charthmãpnuyath
    Kãmã-Navapnuyat Kami Prajãrti Chãpnuyãt Prajãm

    Bhaktimãn Ya Sathodhdãya Shuchi-Sthagahamãnasaha
    Sahasram Vãsudevasya Nãmnã-Metath Prakeertayedh 5

    Yasha Prapnoti Vipulam Yãdhi Prãdhãnya-Mevacha
    Achalãm Shriya Mãpnoti Shreya Praphnothya-Nuththamam

    Nabhayam Kvachitãpnoti Veeryam Tejascha Vindhati
    Bhavat-Yarogo Dyutimãn Bala Roopa Gunãnvitaha

    Rogãrto Muchyate Rogãth Baddho Muchyetha Bhandhãnaãth
    Bhayãn Muchyeta Bheethasthu Muchyetãpana Ãpataha

    Durgãn-Yadhitharat-Yãshu Purusha Purushotamam
    Stuvan Nãma Sahasrena Nityam Bhakti Samanvitaha

    Vãsudevãshrayo Martyo Vãsudeva Parayanaha
    Sarva Pãpa Vishuddhãtma Yãdhi Brahma Sanãthanam 10

    Na Vãsudeva Bhaktãnã-Mashubham Vidhyate Kvachith
    Janma Mrutyu Jarã Vyãdhi Bhayam Naivo Pajãyathe

    Imam Sthava-Madheeyana Shraddha Bhakti Samanvitaha
    Yujyetãtma Sukha Kshanti Shree-Dhriti Smruti Keertibhihi

    Nakrodho Na Cha Mãtsaryam Na Lobho Nãshubhã Pathihi
    Bhavanthi Kruta Punyãnãm Bhaktãnam Purushottame

    Dhyausa Chandhrãrka Nakshtrã Kamdhisho Bhoor Mahodatihi
    Vãsudevasya Veeryena Vidrutãni Mahãtmanaha

    Sa-Sooraasoora Gandharvam Sa-Yakshorka Raakshasam
    Jagathvasé Varthathétham Krushnasya Sasarãsaram 15

    Indhriyãni Mano Buddhi Satyam Tejo Balam Dhrithihi
    Vãsudevãtmakãn Yãhoohu Kshetram Kshetrangya Evacha

    Sarvãkamãna Mãchãra Prathamam Parikalphithaha
    Achara Prabhavo Dharmo Dharmasya Prabhurachyuthaha

    Rushay Pitharo Devo Mahabhootani Dhatavaha
    Jangamã Jangamam Chedham Jagan Naryanodh Bhavam

    Yogo Gyãnam Tadã Saankhyam Vidhya Shilpãdhi Karmacha
    Vedha Shaastrãni Vigyãna Metat Sarvam Janãrdhanath

    Eko Vishnur Mahat Bhootam Pruthak Bhootani Yenekashaha
    Treen Lokan Vyãpata Bhootãtma Bungthe Vishva Bhugavyaha 20

    Imam Shavam Bhaghavatho Vishnor Vyãsena Keertidam
    Padéthya Ichchét Purusha Shréeya Prãpthum Sukhani Cha

    Vishveshra Majam Devam Jagadha Prabhu Vãpuyayam
    Bhajanthiye Pushkarãksham Nadheyãnti Parãbhavam

    Nadheyanti Parãbhava Om Nam Iti

    Arjuna Uvacha
    Padma Patra Vishãlãksha Padmanãbha Surottama
    Bhaktãnãm Anuraktãnãm Trãtã Bhava Janãrdhana

    Shree Bhagavan Uvacha
    Yo Maam Nãma Shahasrena Shtotu Michathi Pãndava
    Sohamékena Slokena Stuta Evana Sumshayaha
    Sthuta Evana Samshaya Om Nama Ithi

    Vyãsa Uvãcha
    Vãsanaadh Vãsudevasya Vasitam Bhuvanatrayam
    Sarva Bhoota Nivasosi Vasudeva Namosthuthe
    Sri Vãsudeva Namosthutha Om Nama Ithi 25

    Parvat Uvacha
    Kenopayena Lakhuna Visnor Nãma Sahasrakam
    Patyathe Pandithair Nityam Srothu Micchamyaham Prabho

    Ishwara Uvacha
    Shreerãma Rãma Rãméthi Ramé Rãme Manoramé
    Sahasra Nãma Thattulyam Rãma Nãma Varanané (Repeat This Verse Three Times)
    Shree Rãma Nama Varãnana Om Nama Ithi

    Brahmo Uvacha
    Namo Swananthãya Sahasra Murthayé Shasra Padakshi Siroru Bãhave
    Sahasra Nãmne Purushãya Sãswate Sahasr Kodi Yugadãrine Namaha
    Sahasra Kodi Yuga Dãrine Nam Om Nama Ithi

    Sanjaya Uvacha
    Etra Yogeshwara Krishno Yatra Pãrtho Dhanur Dharaha
    Tatra Shri Vijayo Bhutir Dhruva Neetir Mathir Mama

    Shree Bhagavan Uvacha
    Ananya Shinttha Yantomã Yejanã Paryu Pãsathe
    Tesham Nityabhiyuktãnãm Yogakshemam Vahãmyaham 30

    Paritranaya Sadhunam Vinãshãya Cha Dhushkrutãm
    Dharma Samsathãpanãrthãya Sambhavãmi Yuge Yuge

    Artã Vishannã Shithilãscha Bheethã Koreshu Cha Vyathishu Vartamãnãhã
    Samkeertya Narãyana Shabta Mãtram Vimukta Dhukka Sukhino Bhavanthu

    Kãyena Vãchã Manasendriyerva Budhyãtma Nãva Prakruté Swabhãvath
    Karomi Yadyat Sakalam Parasmai Narãyanãyetu Samarpayãmi.


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