GANESHA PANCHARATNAM STOTRAM PDF

This stotram explains the divine qualities, appearance and the greatness of goddess Meenakshi, consort of God Sundareshwar Shiva. Whose lips look like the ripe coccinia Bimba fruit in colour, Who has a gentle smile with a beautiful row of teeth and who wears silk garments Whose feet is worshipped by Vishnu, Brahma and Indra Surendra and whose is the form of reality or existence and who is auspicious I remain ever bowing to the goddess Meenakshi, The ocean of compassion. Mukthahaara lasat kireeta ruchiram poornendu vakthra prabham Shinjannupura kimkini mani dharam padma-prabha bhaasuram Sarvabheetha phalapradam girisutam vaani rama saevitam Meenakshim pranathosmi santata maham karunya vaaraam nidhim 2 I bow to the goddess Meenakshi, whose crown has garlands of pearls and the face shining like a full moon Who wears anklets that are studded with gemstones and has small bells, who is shining like the splendour of lotus Who grants all the wishes, the daughter of the mountain, who is worshipped by goddesses Vani and Rama I remain ever bowing to the goddess Meenakshi, The ocean of compassion. Shree-vidyaam shiva vamabhagha nilayam hreemkaara mantrojwalam Srichakrankitha bindhu madhya vasathim srimath sabhaa nayekaam Srimath Shamukha vignaraja jananeem Srimajjagan mohineem Meenakshim pranathosmi santata maham karunya vaaraam nidhim 3 I bow to goddess Meenakshi Who is the manifestation of Shri-Vidya Devine knowledge , Who is present in the left half of Shiva and shines with the mantra Hrim The one who lives in the centre of the Bindu Circle of the Sri Chakra and is the leader of the court of gods The mother of Six faced god Shanmukha and Ganesha and the greatest enchantress of the world I remain ever bowing to the goddess Meenakshi, The ocean of compassion. Srimat sundara nayakeem bhayaharaam gnaana pradam Nirmalaam Shyamabhaam kamalasanaarchitha-padam narayanasyaanujam Veena veenu mrudanga vaadya rasikaam nanavidhaam ambhikam Meenakshim pranathosmi santata maham karunya vaaraam nidhim 4 I bow to goddess Meenakshi The consort of Lord Sundareswara, The remover of fears, The bestower of knowledge, The pure one Who is dark coloured, Whose feet is worshipped by the one who is seated on the lotus Brahma , The sister of Narayana Who enjoys the music of the instruments Veena, Venu Flute , Mridangam Classical Indian drum and the mother of several aspects and forms I remain ever bowing to the goddess Meenakshi, The ocean of compassion. Iti srimatparamahamsa parivrajakaacharyasya.

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The meaning of this stotra clearly explains the qualities and nature of God Ganesha along with the benefits of praying him. Pancharatnam means five jewels. The last part of this stotra explains the phalastuti or the benefits of reading this stotra. The one who wears the moon as an ornament and the protector of all the worlds.

Nathetharathi bhikaram Navodhitharka bhaaswaram Sureshwaram Nidhishwaram Gajeshwaram Ganeshwaram Maheshwaramtha Maasraye Parathparam niramtaram 2 I bow to the God Ganesha , The one who induces fear to the people with dishonest and arrogance, the one who shines like a rising sun.

I pray to the one who destroys the enemies of the gods and who frees and uplift his devotees from the obstacles. The one who is like God Maheswara and always offers protection to the devotees who approached him. Samasthaloka shankaram Nirastha daithya kunjaram Daretaro-daramvaram Varebha vakthramaksharam Krupakaram kshamakaram mudaakaram yashaskaram Manaskaram Namaskrutham Namaskaromi bhaswaram 3 I bow to the God Ganesha, who gives auspiciousness to all the worlds, the destroyer of demons who are like the musth elephant.

The one who has a big stomach that signifies space and prosperity. Who gives great boons and the elephant-faced god. The one who showers the grace, the forgiver of mistakes, The god of happiness and the who gives glory to his devotees.

The one who gives good thoughts to the devotees. I bow to you, the god with shining form. Akimchanarthi maarjanam Chiranthanokthi bhaajanam Prapanchanaasha bheeshanam Dhanamjayaadi Bhushanam Kapoladaana vaaranam Bhajepuraana vaaranam 4 I bow to the God Ganesh, who removes the sufferings of the destitute or helpless, who is praised in the ancient texts and sayings.

The one who uses his powers during the great dissolution Pralaya , adorned with gods like Agni as his ornaments. The one whose cheeks flows downs the fluid of grace like the elephant, I adore you the primordial or ancient elephant-headed god.

Nitaamtakanta dhantakaanti Mamtakaanta kaathmajam Hrudamtarae niramtaram Vasanthameva yoginaam Tamekadanta maevatam Vichimtayami samtatam 5 The one who is bright with glittering tusk, the son of the god Shiva who killed Yama.

I meditate on the deity with a single tusk and the remover of obstacles.

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The meaning of this stotra clearly explains the qualities and nature of God Ganesha along with the benefits of praying him. Pancharatnam means five jewels. The last part of this stotra explains the phalastuti or the benefits of reading this stotra. The one who wears the moon as an ornament and the protector of all the worlds. Nathetharathi bhikaram Navodhitharka bhaaswaram Sureshwaram Nidhishwaram Gajeshwaram Ganeshwaram Maheshwaramtha Maasraye Parathparam niramtaram 2 I bow to the God Ganesha , The one who induces fear to the people with dishonest and arrogance, the one who shines like a rising sun. I pray to the one who destroys the enemies of the gods and who frees and uplift his devotees from the obstacles. The one who is like God Maheswara and always offers protection to the devotees who approached him.

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Ganesha Pancharatnam: Lyrics, Meaning and Benefits

Maha Ganesha Pancharathna Madarena Yonvaham Prjalpathi Prabhathake Hrudismaram Ganeswaram Arogathaam Dhoshathaam Susahitheem Suputhratham Samahithaayu rashta Bhoothi mabhu paithi Soochiraath Meaning: He who recites this every morning with devotion, these five gems about Lord Ganapati and who remembers in his heart the great Ganesha, will soon be endowed with a healthy life free of blemishes, will attain learning, noble sons, a long life that is calm and pleasant and will be endowed with spiritual and material prosperity. The information is provided by divinetemples. Any reliance you place on such information is therefore strictly at your own risk. In no event will we be liable for any loss or damage including without limitation, indirect or consequential loss or damage, or any loss or damage whatsoever arising from loss of data or profits arising out of, or in connection with, the use of this website. Through this website you are able to link to other websites which are not under the control of divinetemples. We have no control over the nature, content and availability of those sites.

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