What Is a Mantra and How Does It Work

The word "mantra" is derived from two Sanskrit words. The first is "manas" or "mind," which provides the "man" syllable. The second syllable is drawn from the Sanskrit word "trai" meaning to "protect" or to "free from.

What is Tantra? and its meaning.

The word "tantra" is derived from the combination of two words "tattva" and "mantra". "Tattva" means the science of cosmic principles, while "mantra" refers to the science of mystic sound and vibrations.

Types of Mantras: and it's definition

Mantras are used for several purposes, for material gains and for spiritual upliftment. The most exalted aim can be spiritual upliftment, others include curing of disease, warding off evil, attaining liberation, gaining wealth, influencing others, acquiring powers, and at the lowest and meanest level, harming others.

Gayatri Mantra- It's Meaning

Gayatri Mantra (the mother of the vedas), the foremost mantra in hinduism and hindu beliefs, inspires wisdom.

Navagraha Mantras

Chanting the Mantra of a particular planet for a specific number of times in a given time frame helps reducing the negative effects of the planet.

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Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Shodashi Mantra


Tripur Sundari ( Shodashi )Mantra



|| OM HLIM KLIM AING SOWHA HLIM SHREEM KAM AIL HLIM HANSA KAHAL HLIM SAKAL HLIM SOHA AIM KLEEM HLEEM SHREEM ||

Maha Shodashi mantra

Its also called Bhuvan Sundari mantra

// hleem shreem kleem aing sawha om hleem shreem ka aieel hleem has kalaha hleem sakal hleem sawha aing kleem shreem hleem //

Add Shreem to start this mantra become a Kamal Sundari mantra.

Kamaraj vidya
// ka aeel hleem has kalaha hleem sakala hleem //

Siddha Agasya Pujita Mantra
|| HASKALAHA HLEEM HASKALAH HLEEM SAKAL HLEEM ||

Manu Pujita mantra
// kaha aieel hleem hak aieel hleem sak aieel hleem //

Bala Tripur Sundari mantra

// aing kleem sawha //

Gopal Sundari mantra
|| hleem shreem kleem krshnai govindai gopijan ballabhai svaha ||

Mahalakshmi mantra






Dhanada lakshmi mantra

|| om namo dhandaye svaha ||


Lakshmi yakshani

|| om aim lakshmi shreem kamaladharini kalahansi svaha ||


Mahalakshmi mantra

|| om shreem shreem kamale kamalalaye prasid prasid shreem hleem om mahalakshmaye namaha ||


Jyeshtha Lakshmi Mantra

|| om rakta jyeshthai vidyamahe nilajyeshthai dhimahi tanno lakshmi prachodayat ||


Lakshmi Gayatri mantra

|| om mahalakshmeya ch vidyamahe vishnupatneya ch dhimahi tanno lakshmiha prachodayat ||

Gopal mantra



Gopal mantra



|| OM KLEEM KRSHNAI GOVINDAI GOPIJAN VALLABHAI SVAHA ||



Rama-krishna mantra


|| Hare Rama Hare Rama, Rama Rama Hare Hare;
Hare Krishna Hare Krishna Krishna Krishna Hare Hare ||


Vasudeva mantra



|| Om Namo Bhagavate Vasudevaya ||



Narsing mantra
This Mantra is to chanted.When there is need of protection from the God of tantra lord Narshing.

OM UGRA VEERAM MAHAVISHNU JVALANTAM SARVA TOMUKHAM |
NARSING BHISHANAM BHADRAM MRTYU MRTYUM NAMAMYAHAM ||

Maata Kali Mantra








|| Om Sri Maha Kalikayai Namah ||
|| kreem hum hleem ||
|| kreem kreem kreem svaha ||
|| kreem kreem kreem fatt vaha ||
|| kreem kreem kreem kreem kreem kreem svaha ||


Chintamani Kali Mantra

|| kreem ||

Santatiprada kali

|| hum kreem hkeem ||


Dakshin Kali mantra

|| om kreeng kreeng kreeng hum hum hleem hleem dakshin kalike kreeng kreeng kreeng hum hum hleem ||


Guha kali mantra

|| kreeng kreeng kreeng hUm hUm hleem hleem dakshin kalike kreeng kreeng kreeng hUm hUm hleem hleem svaha ||

|| hUm hUm hleem hleem guhe kalike kreeng kreeng kreeng hUm hUm hleem hleem svaha ||


|| kreeng hUm hleem guhe kalike kreeng kreeng hUm hUm hleem hleem svaha ||

Mata Bhadra Kali Mantra

|| om hawm kali mahakali kili kili fatt svaha ||
|| bhadrakali mahakali kili kili fatt svaha ||

Shamshan kali mantra

|| aing hleem shreem kleem kalike kleem shree hleem aing ||

|| kleem kalikaye namaha ||

|| kreem kreem kreem hum hum hleem hleem shamshan kali kreem kreem kreem hum hum hleem hleem svaha ||

Kali Gayatri Mantram

|| om kalikaye vidyamahe shmshanvasini dhimahi tanno devi prachodayat ||


Kali vidyaratna mantra

|| om hleem hleem hum hum kreem kreem kreem dakshin kalike kreem kreem kreem hum hum hleem hleem ||


Maata Kali Hriday Mantram

|| om kleem kreem me svaha ||

Monday, August 29, 2011

Siddha Agni Pujan Mantra


Asana Mantra

tvamadi sarva bhutanam sansararnavatarakah |
paramjyoti rupad tvamasanam ||

Prarthana mantra

vaisvanar namastetsu namaste hcyavahan |
svagatam te sur shreshtha shantim kuru namoastute ||

Ardhya Mantra


narayana param dham jyoti rup sanatana |
grahanardhya maya datam vishva rup namoastute ||

Achamaniy mantra

jagadadityarupen prakashayati yah sada |
tasme prakash rupaye namaste jatvedase ||

Alankar mantra

jyotisham jyotirupas tvamanadhinidhanachyut |
maya datta malankarmalan kuru namostute ||

Pushpa mantra

vishnus tvam hi bramha ch jyitisham gatirishwar |
hrahan pushpam divesh sanu lepam jagad bhavet ||

Dhup mantra

devatanam pitranam ch sukhmekam sanatanam |
dhupo ayam dev devesh grahatam me dhananjai ||

Deep mantra

tvamek sarva bhuteshu sthav reshu chareshu ch |
pamatma parakarah pradeepah pratigrahatam ||

Friday, August 26, 2011

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Mantra to remove Evil eye




This mantra is specially used ,when a person is facing problems ,due to evil eye and life gets difficult. Jap of this mantra eliminates the evil eye.




|| om namo satyanam aadesh guru ko

om namo najar jaha par pir n jani bole chhal so amrut vani

kaho nagar kaha te aai jaha ki thhor tohi kawn batai

kawn jat teri kaha thham kisaki beti kaha tero nam

kaha udi kaha ki jaya jaisi hoi sunauaaya

telan tamolan chuhadi chamari kayathani khatharani kumhari

mahat rani raja ki rani jako dosh tahi sir par pade

jahar pir najar se rakha kare meri bhakti guru ki shakti

furo mantra ishwari vacha ||

Mantra to increase sales





This mantra is for business class people to increase sales in their business. Chanting this mantra is a way to earn in plenty. Every amavasya you can do this mantra.





|| om bhavar vir tuchela mera khol dukan bikara kar mera

uthai jo dandi bikai jo mal bhavar vir so nahi jaya ||

Mantra to ease breast pain for ladies






This is for ladies to ease breast pain and give relief from the pain.



|| om van me jai anjani jin jaya hanumanta

sajja ravadha dhakiya sab ho gaya bhasmanta ||

Mantra for removing Spirit effect for children




This is a special mantra to remove ,all the the bad spirit effect on children's.



|| om kala bhairav kapili jata rat din khele chopata

kala bhasma musan jehi mangu tehi pakari aan

dankini shakhini patt sihari jarakh chadati gorakh

chodi chodi re papini balak paraya gorakh nath ka paravana aaya ||

Mantra for removing all Spirit effects




This is a special mantra ,for those who are under the effects of evil and bad spirits.Jap of this mantra will eleminate the spirit effect .



|| om namo deep mohe deep jage pawan chale

pani chale shakini bhoot chale pret chale

naw so ninnyanbe nadi chale

hanuman vir ki shakti meri bhakti furo mantra vacha ||

Mantra for all kinds of diseases




This is a kind of all in one mantra. Especially useful when a person is suffering from a malady of illnesses.



|| van me baithi vanari anjani jayo hanumanta,

bala damaru vyahi bilai

aankh ko pida

chawrasi bai bali bali bhasma ho jaye

pake n fute

pida kare to gorakh jati raksha kare

guru ki shakti

meri bhakti furo mantra vacha ||

Tantra Definition

Tantra

Tantra is a path for discovering our true nature. It is an accelerated path.  It is said that a Tantric practitioner, called a Tantrica, can awaken within one lifetime. As we walk the path we come to  recognize that we are Consciousness in form. Every moment is an opportunity to awaken fully. By accepting ourselves and what is arising in each moment without judgment, we are more present, joyful, and compassionate beings. We let go of fear and the need to try to be in control. As we awaken there is a recognition that we are one with all that is. The “self,” becomes a vehicle for experiencing the Earth-walk and we recognize that the “self” is not who we are. The experience of “no-self,” awakens us to the “Self,”  we are Universal Consciousness, God/Goddess, Spirit, Great Mystery, Buddha Mind, Christ Consciousness or however you want to label “All-that-is.”
The word “Tantra” is a Sanskrit word from India. Sanskrit is a very ancient language and some believe it was the first written language. “Tantra” has several meanings: to weave, expansion, and transformation. Tantra recognizes the divine play of  bliss and emptiness as Shakti and Shiva. Their dance mirrors the play of  duality and unity. Tantra is the awareness that the apparent chaotic forces of life are actually woven together  into one harmonious whole and only appear to be separate. This understanding allows us to learn to accept every moment as it is. When we are  challenged in accepting what is arising, we see it as opportunity to awaken, grow and expand.

In the twenty-first century, our lives tend to be fast-paced and complex. In order to cope, we tend to separate our life into boxes and focus on them as if they are separate from one another. The truth is all of life is connected and as we learn to feel that connection in every breath we take we experience life in a new way. While life may still have high and lows we learn to accept these oscillations as a a natural part of life, like the seasons. We learn to live in the flow of what is arising and move beyond the need to constantly judge ourselves, our choices and our experiences. We discover harmony, acceptance, and balance.
Tantra teaches us how to say “Yes” to the moment and to see the Divine in whatever is arising… even if it is painful or challenging. We learn to let go of trying to control the universe, which is an exhausting habit, and instead we open and trust that the abundance of the universe is supporting us in every moment. We begin to see ourselves as creators of our life experience and understand that we are not separate from the creative life force. We are gods and goddesses… not only do we begin to see ourselves in this way but we begin to see all beings as aspects of the Divine. As we gain this understanding, we have a deeper respect for all life. We are a part of the Divine Mystery that is unfolding in this moment. Life is a miracle. Our hearts expand and we experience more love, connection and passion for living.

Tantra is a spiritual path that believes all of life is sacred, including the human body. In fact, Tantra celebrates the body as a temple. As we learn to be more present in our bodies and open our senses, we begin to expand our awareness and discover that our bodies have the power and wisdom to inform us about of needs, wants, desires, and how to have them met in healthy ways. As we come to love and enjoy the body we also learn to see beyond the limitations of our form and recognize our true nature as Awareness. While many religions see the body as a barrier to spirit, Tantra sees it as a doorway. Sex is the doorway to life, it is how we are created. Sex can also be a doorway to communion with the Divine. Tantra is a broad path that includes our sexuality instead of denying it.  When we examine religion and spirituality at large, we find that most paths place restrictions on the body and on its expression as Divine in form. In particular sex and sensuality are often associated with evil which leads to sex being associated with shame, guilt and fear. Tantra teaches us that sexual energy is our life-force energy.
Tantra, teaches you how to access this life-force energy. We learn how to connect to it through the area at the base of our spines and channel it through the seven primary energy centers in our body which are called “Chakras.” Chakra is a Sanskrit word meaning “wheel of light.” In Tantra, we explore the Chakras and learn how access the wisdom they contain. As we expand our knowledge and connection to our chakras we are more secure, able live with purpose, are open-hearted, can access inner guidance, and feel One-with-all-that-is.  In terms of our sexuality, Tantric practices help us open up and experience more ecstasy in our bodies. We learn how to contain our sexual energy rather than expelling it through a genital orgasm. We learn how we can be relaxed in high states of arousal and expand beyond what we previously thought was possible. These tools move us beyond mere sexual pleasure into the realm of spiritual awakening. We discover how to transform sexual energy into spiritual ecstasy. These practices help us to awaken our Consciousness and move us beyond the belief that we are this form and into the realms of  formless Awareness.  Eventually, we recognize that we have always been  fully Awake, we just didn’t see what was always there. As Conscious Awareness we  help other people to Awaken and recognize Truth.

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Kanda Sashi Kavasam Video




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Mahisasura Mardini Video




(Mahisasura Mardini) - Sanskrit

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Dedicated to Lord Shiva, the great Natraj, father of Lord Murugan and Ganesha, husband of the divine Parvati



108 Names:
1 Aashutosh One who fulfills wishes instantly
2 Aja Unborn
3 Akshayaguna God with limitless attributes
4 Anagha Without any fault
5 Anantadrishti Of infinite vision
6 Augadh One who revels all the time
7 Avyayaprabhu Imperishable Lord
8 Bhairav Lord of terror
9 Bhalanetra One who has an eye in the forehead
10 Bholenath Kind hearted Lord
11 Bhooteshwara Lord of ghosts and evil beings
12 Bhudeva Lord of the earth
13 Bhutapala Protector of the ghosts
14 Chandrapal Master of the moon
15 Chandraprakash One who has moon as a crest
16 Dayalu Compassionate
17 Devadeva Lord of the Lords
18 Dhanadeepa Lord of Wealth
19 Dhyanadeep Icon of meditation and concentration
20 Dhyutidhara Lord of Brilliance
21 Digambara One who has the skies as his clothes
22 Durjaneeya Difficult to be known
23 Durjaya Unvanquished
24 Gangadhara Lord of River Ganga
25 Girijapati Consort of Girija
26 Gunagrahin Acceptor of Gunas
27 Gurudeva Master of All
28 Hara Remover of Sins
29 Jagadisha Master of the Universe
30 Jaradhishamana Redeemer from Afflictions
31 Jatin One who has matted hair
32 Kailas One Who Bestows Peace
33 Kailashadhipati Lord of Mount Kailash
34 Kailashnath Master of Mount Kailash
35 Kamalakshana Lotus-eyed Lord
36 Kantha Ever-Radiant
37 Kapalin One who wears a necklace of skulls
38 Khatvangin One who has the missile khatvangin in his hand
39 Kundalin One who wears earrings
40 Lalataksha One who has an eye in the forehead
41 Lingadhyaksha Lord of the Lingas
42 Lingaraja Lord of the Lingas
43 Lokankara Creator of the Three Worlds
44 Lokapal One who takes care of the world
45 Mahabuddhi Extremely intelligent
46 Mahadeva Greatest God
47 Mahakala Lord of All Times
48 Mahamaya Of great illusions
49 Mahamrityunjaya Great victor of death
50 Mahanidhi Great storehouse
51 Mahashaktimaya One who has boundless energies
52 Mahayogi Greatest of all Gods
53 Mahesha Supreme Lord
54 Maheshwara Lord of Gods
55 Nagabhushana One who has serpents as ornaments
56 Nataraja King of the art of dancing
57 Nilakantha The one with a blue throat
58 Nityasundara Ever beautiful
59 Nrityapriya Lover of Dance
60 Omkara Creator of OM
61 Palanhaar One who protects everyone
62 Parameshwara First among all gods First among all gods
63 Paramjyoti Greatest splendor
64 Pashupati Lord of all living beings
65 Pinakin One who has a bow in his hand
66 Pranava Originator of the syllable of OM
67 Priyabhakta Favorite of the devotees
68 Priyadarshana Of loving vision
69 Pushkara One who gives nourishment
70 Pushpalochana One who has eyes like flowers
71 Ravilochana Having sun as the eye
72 Rudra The terrible
73 Rudraksha One who has eyes like Rudra
74 Sadashiva Eternal God
75 Sanatana Eternal Lord
76 Sarvacharya Preceptor of All
77 Sarvashiva Always Pure
78 Sarvatapana Scorcher of All
79 Sarvayoni Source of Everything
80 Sarveshwara Lord of All Gods
81 Shambhu Abode of Joy
82 Shankara Giver of Joy
83 Shiva Always Pure
84 Shoolin One who has a trident
85 Shrikantha Of glorious neck
86 Shrutiprakasha Illuminator of the Vedas
87 Shuddhavigraha One who has a pure body
88 Skandaguru Preceptor of Skanda
89 Someshwara Lord of All Gods
90 Sukhada Bestower of happiness
91 Suprita Well pleased
92 Suragana Having Gods as attendants
93 Sureshwara Lord of All Gods
94 Swayambhu Self-Manifested
95 Tejaswani One who spreads illumination
96 Trilochana Three-Eyed Lord
97 Trilokpati Master of all the Three Worlds
98 Tripurari Enemy of Tripura
99 Trishoolin One who has a trident in his hands
100 Umapati Consort of Uma
101 Vachaspati Lord of Speech
102 Vajrahasta One who has a thunderbolt in his hands
103 Varada Granter of Boons
104 Vedakarta Originator of the Vedas
105 Veerabhadra Supreme Lord of the Nether World
106 Vishalaksha Wide-eyed Lord
107 Vishveshwara Lord of the Universe
108 Vrishavahana One who has bull as his vehicle

Shanti Mantra ( Peaceful ) Video




More labels and lyrics
Om sarveshaam swastir bhavatu
Sarveshaam shantir bhavatu
Sarveshaam poornam bhavatu
Sarveshaam mangalam bhavatu
Sarve bhavantu sukhinah
Sarve santu niraamayaah
Sarve bhadraani pashyantu
Maakaschit duhkha bhaag bhavet
Meaning
Auspiciousness (swasti) be unto all; peace (shanti) be unto all;
fullness (poornam) be unto all; prosperity (mangalam) be unto all.
May all be happy! (sukhinah)
May all be free from disabilities! (niraamayaah)
May all look (pashyantu)to the good of others!
May none suffer from sorrow! (duhkha)
Jai shree krishna
Jai Shiva shankar
Har Har Mahadeva
Aum namah shivaya
Jai Shree Ram
Jai Mata di
Jai Shree Ganesh
Jai Murugan Swami
Jai Vishnu bhagvaan
Jai Hanuman
...Aum Shanti Shanti Shanti...

Thursday, August 25, 2011

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What is Tantra? and its meaning.



Tantra has been one of the most neglected branches of Indian spiritual studies despite the considerable number of texts devoted to this practice, which dates back to the 5th-9th century AD.
Many people still consider tantra to be full of obscenities and unfit for people of good taste. It is also often accused of being a kind of black magic. However, in reality, tantra is one of the most important Indian traditions, representing the practical aspect of the Vedic tradition.
The religious attitude of the tantriks is fundamentally the same as that of the Vedic followers. It is believed that the tantra tradition is a part of the main Vedic tree. The more vigorous aspects of Vedic religion were continued and developed in the tantras. Generally tantriks worship either Goddess Shakti or Lord Shiva.

The Meaning of "Tantra"

The word "tantra" is derived from the combination of two words "tattva" and "mantra". "Tattva" means the science of cosmic principles, while "mantra" refers to the science of mystic sound and vibrations. Tantra therefore is the application of cosmic sciences with a view to attain spiritual ascendancy. In another sense, tantra also means the scripture by which the light of knowledge is spread: Tanyate vistaryate jnanam anemna iti tantram.
There are essentially two schools of Indian scriptures - "Agama" and "Nigama". Agamas are those which are revelations while Nigama are the traditions. Tantra is an Agama and hence it is called "srutishakhavisesah", which means it is a branch of the Vedas.

Tantric Scriptures

The main deities worshipped are Shiva and Shakti. In tantra there is a great significance of "bali" or animal sacrifices. The most vigorous aspects of Vedic traditions evolved as an esoteric system of knowledge in the Tantras. The Atharva Veda is considered to be one of the prime tantrik scriptures.

Types & Terminology

There are 18 "Agamas", which are also referred to as Shiva tantras, and they are ritualistic in character. There are three distinct tantrik traditions - Dakshina, Vama and Madhyama. They represent the three "shaktis" or powers of Shiva and are characterised by the three "gunas" or qualities - "sattva", "rajas" and "tamas". The Dakshina tradition, characterised by the "sattva" branch of tantra is essentially for good purpose. The Madhyama, characterised by "rajas" is of mixed nature, while the Vama, characterised by "tamas" is the most impure form of tantra.

Rustic Tantriks

In Indian villages, tantriks are still not quite hard to find. Many of them help the villagers solve their problems. Every person who has lived in the villages or has spent his childhood there, has a story to tell. What is so easily believed in the villages might appear illogical and unscientific to the rational urban mind, but these phenomena are realities of life.

Desire for Worldly Pleasures

Tantra is different from other traditions because it takes the whole person, and his/her worldly desires into account. Other spiritual traditions ordinarily teach that desire for material pleasures and spiritual aspirations are mutually exclusive, setting the stage for an endless internal struggle. Although most people are drawn into spiritual beliefs and practices, they have a natural urge to fulfill their desires. With no way to reconcile these two impulses, they fall prey to guilt and self-condemnation or become hypocritical. Tantra offers an alternative path.


The Tantrik Approach To Life

The tantrik approach to life avoids this pitfall. Tantra itself means "to weave, to expand, and to spread", and according to tantrik masters, the fabric of life can provide true and ever-lasting fulfillment only when all the threads are woven according to the pattern designated by nature. When we are born, life naturally forms itself around that pattern. But as we grow, our ignorance, desire, attachment, fear, and false images of others and ourselves tangle and tear the threads, disfiguring the fabric. Tantra "sadhana" or practice reweaves the fabric, and restores the original pattern. This path is systematic and comprehensive. The profound science and practices pertaining to hatha yoga, pranayama, mudras, rituals, kundalini yoga, nada yoga, mantra, mandala, visualization of dieties, alchemy, ayurveda, astrology, and hundreds of esoteric practices for generating worldly and spiritual prosperity blend perfectly in the tantrik disciplines.

Types of Mantras:




Mantras are used for several purposes, for material gains and for spiritual upliftment. The most exalted aim can be spiritual upliftment, others include curing of disease, warding off evil, attaining liberation, gaining wealth, influencing others, acquiring powers, and at the lowest and meanest level, harming others.

Shanti karan - (pacification) It is meant for the destruction of diseases, general well-being and emancipation from the cycle of re-birth. These mantras are for warding off the malefic effects and influence of planets and for curing of diseases.

Vashi karan - (captivation) These mantras, when used in a specific way, are to bring people under control, and thus one gains one's desires.

Sthamban - (immobilisation) These mantras deal with all the persons to stop acting against you. It is meant for mentally or physically obstructing a person or group.

Videshan - (dissension) These mantras are for creating differences between people. They are meant for creating differences between couples or close friends and allies.

Uchchattan - (aversion) It is meant for making a person hate another person or place. These mantras deal with the distraction of the mind of enemies, opponents and other persons so that they stay away from harming you. This can also be used for persons working against their country, birthplace, residence, home and family members.

Maran - (eradication ) It is meant for causing the death of a person (or enemy). These are death-inflicting mantras through which anybody can be killed.

Warning: These are some of the traditional uses. However, it is a law of nature that each and every action has a reaction, so anything done with a wrong intent will bounce back on the user. Any evil intention or act will backfire on the user only.

Mantra sadhana:
The essential and important parts of the process are:

1. Recitation of the mantra
2. Correct rhythmic pronunciation of the mantra
3. Understanding the meaning of the mantra
4. Reciting the mantra the prescribed number of times

Rules of Mantra:
Mantra should be pronounced properly. If it is not pronounced properly, its significance is likely to be changed. This shows that pronounciation should be done properly otherwise the meaning gets changed.

Where the mantra should be broken is important, the meanigng gets changed according to the place where we break the mantra. That is why we should not pronounce the mantra if we do not know how to do it. If a mantra is not properly used, it can have an adverse effect. There is a rhythm for pronouncing the mantra and the seat is specific, the sitting posture is definite.

The smaller the mantra, the more effective it is. If it is long, it becomes difficult to utter and its result is general. If it is small, it is easy to utter and its result is very good. The result of mantra is of three types:

(a) Mantra produces vibrations
(b) Colour is seen because of mantra
(c) Different types of sounds are heard

Some universal mantras which anybody can chant are:

1. Om Namo Narayanaya
2. Om Namah Shivaya
3. Om Tat Sat
4. Gayatri Mantra of Rig Veda
5. Om Namo Bhagavate Vasudevaya
6. Hare Rama Krishna
7. Mahamritunjaya Mantra

What Is a Mantra and How Does It Work

A saying from the Vedas claims that "Speech is the essence of humanity." All of what humanity thinks and ultimately becomes is determined by the expression of ideas and actions through speech and its derivative, writing. Everything, the Vedas maintain, comes into being through speech. Ideas remain unactualized until they are created through the power of speech. Similarly, The New Testament, Gospel of John, starts "In the beginning was The Word. And the Word was with God and the Word was God..."
In mainstream Vedic practices, most Buddhist techniques and classical Hinduism, mantra is viewed as a necessity for spiritual advancement and high attainment. In The Kalachakra Tantra, by the Dalai Lama and Jeffrey Hopkins, the Dalai Lama states, "Therefore, without depending upon mantra...Buddhahood cannot be attained."
Clearly, there is a reason why such widely divergent sources of religious wisdom as the Vedas, the New Testament and the Dalai Lama speak in common ideas. Here are some important ideas about mantra which will enable you to begin a practical understanding of what mantra is and what it can do.

Definition # 1: Mantras are energy-based sounds.

Saying any word produces an actual physical vibration. Over time, if we know what the effect of that vibration is, then the word may come to have meaning associated with the effect of saying that vibration or word. This is one level of energy basis for words.
Another level is intent. If the actual physical vibration is coupled with a mental intention, the vibration then contains an additional mental component which influences the result of saying it. The sound is the carrier wave and the intent is overlaid upon the wave form, just as a colored gel influences the appearance and effect of a white light.
In either instance, the word is based upon energy. Nowhere is this idea more true than for Sanskrit mantra. For although there is a general meaning which comes to be associated with mantras, the only lasting definition is the result or effect of saying the mantra.

Definition #2: Mantras create thought-energy waves.

The human consciousness is really a collection of states of consciousness which distributively exist throughout the physical and subtle bodies. Each organ has a primitive consciousness of its own. That primitive consciousness allows it to perform functions specific to it. Then come the various systems. The cardio-vascular system, the reproductive system and other systems have various organs or body parts working at slightly different stages of a single process. Like the organs, there is a primitive consciousness also associated with each system. And these are just within the physical body. Similar functions and states of consciousness exist within the subtle body as well. So individual organ consciousness is overlaid by system consciousness, overlaid again by subtle body counterparts and consciousness, and so ad infinitum.
The ego with its self-defined "I" ness assumes a pre-eminent state among the subtle din of random, semi-conscious thoughts which pulse through our organism. And of course, our organism can "pick up" the vibration of other organisms nearby. The result is that there are myriad vibrations riding in and through the subconscious mind at any given time.
Mantras start a powerful vibration which corresponds to both a specific spiritual energy frequency and a state of consciousness in seed form. Over time, the mantra process begins to override all of the other smaller vibrations, which eventually become absorbed by the mantra. After a length of time which varies from individual to individual, the great wave of the mantra stills all other vibrations. Ultimately, the mantra produces a state where the organism vibrates at the rate completely in tune with the energy and spiritual state represented by and contained within the mantra.
At this point, a change of state occurs in the organism. The organism becomes subtly different. Just as a laser is light which is coherent in a new way, the person who becomes one with the state produced by the mantra is also coherent in a way which did not exist prior to the conscious undertaking of repetition of the mantra.

Definition #3: Mantras are tools of power and tools for power.

They are formidable. They are ancient. They work. The word "mantra" is derived from two Sanskrit words. The first is "manas" or "mind," which provides the "man" syllable. The second syllable is drawn from the Sanskrit word "trai" meaning to "protect" or to "free from." Therefore, the word mantra in its most literal sense means "to free from the mind." Mantra is, at its core, a tool used by the mind which eventually frees one from the vagaries of the mind.
But the journey from mantra to freedom is a wondrous one. The mind expands, deepens and widens and eventually dips into the essence of cosmic existence. On its journey, the mind comes to understand much about the essence of the vibration of things. And knowledge, as we all know, is power. In the case of mantra, this power is tangible and wieldable.

Statements About Mantra

  1. Mantras have close, approximate one-to-one direct language-based translation. If we warn a young child that it should not touch a hot stove, we try to explain that it will burn the child. However, language is insufficient to convey the experience. Only the act of touching the stove and being burned will adequately define the words "hot" and "burn" in the context of "stove." Essentially, there is no real direct translation of the experience of being burned.
    Similarly, there is no word which is the exact equivalent of the experience of sticking one's finger into an electrical socket. When we stick our hand into the socket, only then do we have a context for the word "shock." But shock is really a definition of the result of the action of sticking our hand into the socket.
    It is the same with mantras. The only true definition is the experience which it ultimately creates in the sayer. Over thousands of years, many sayers have had common experiences and passed them on to the next generation. Through this tradition, a context of experiential definition has been created.
  2. Definitions of mantras are oriented toward either the results of repeating the mantra or of the intentions of the original framers and testers of the mantra. In Sanskrit, sounds which have no direct translation but which contain great power which can be "grown" from it are called "seed mantras." Seed in Sanskrit is called "Bijam" in the singular and "Bija" in the plural form. Please refer to the pronunciation guide on page 126 for more information on pronunciation of mantras.
    Let's take an example. The mantra "Shrim" or Shreem is the seed sound for the principle of abundance (Lakshmi, in the Hindu Pantheon.) If one says "shrim" a hundred times, a certain increase in the potentiality of the sayer to accumulate abundance is achieved. If one says "shrim" a thousand times or a million, the result is correspondingly greater.
    But abundance can take many forms. There is prosperity, to be sure, but there is also peace as abundance, health as wealth, friends as wealth, enough food to eat as wealth, and a host of other kinds and types of abundance which may vary from individual to individual and culture to culture. It is at this point that the intention of the sayer begins to influence the degree of the kind of capacity for accumulating wealth which may accrue.
  3. Mantras have been tested and/or verified by their original framers or users. Each mantra is associated with an actual sage or historical person who once lived. Although the oral tradition predates written speech by centuries, those earliest oral records annotated on palm leaves discussed earlier clearly designate a specific sage as the "seer" of the mantra. This means that the mantra was probably arrived at through some form of meditation or intuition and subsequently tested by the person who first encountered it.
  4. Sanskrit mantras are composed of letters which correspond to certain petals or spokes of chakras in the subtle body. As discussed in Chapter 2, there is a direct relationship between the mantra sound, either vocalized or subvocalized, and the chakras located throughout the body.
  5. Mantras are energy which can be likened to fire. You can use fire either to cook your lunch or to burn down the forest. It is the same fire. Similarly, mantra can bring a positive and beneficial result, or it can produce an energy meltdown when misused or practiced without some guidance. There are certain mantra formulas which are so exact, so specific and so powerful that they must be learned and practiced under careful supervision by a qualified teacher.
    Fortunately, most of the mantras widely used in the West and certainly those contained in this volume are perfectly safe to use on a daily basis, even with some intensity.
  6. Mantra energizes prana. "Prana" is a Sanskrit term for a form of life energy which can be transferred from individual to individual. Prana may or may not produce an instant dramatic effect upon transfer. There can be heat or coolness as a result of the transfer.
    Some healers operate through transfer of prana. A massage therapist can transfer prana with beneficial effect. Even self-healing can be accomplished by concentrating prana in certain organs, the result of which can be a clearing of the difficulty or condition. For instance, by saying a certain mantra while visualizing an internal organ bathed in light, the specific power of the mantra can become concentrated there with great beneficial effect.
  7. Mantras eventually quiet the mind. At a deep level, subconscious mind is a collective consciousness of all the forms of primitive consciousnesses which exist throughout the physical and subtle bodies. The dedicated use of mantra can dig into subconscious crystallized thoughts stored in the organs and glands and transform these bodily parts into repositories of peace.

Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Shree Navagraha Chalisa



Doha


Shri Ganapati Gurupada kamala, Prema sahita shiranaya I
Navagraha chalIsa kahata,Sharada hohu sahaya II
Jaya jaya Ravi Shashi Soma Budha,jaya guru bhragu shani raja I
Jayati rahu aru ketu graha, karahu anugraha aaja II

Shree Surya (Sun) Stuti

Prathamahi ravi kaha.N navau matha, karahu kRipA jana jaani anatha I
Hey Aditya divakara bhanU, mai matimanda maha agyanU I
Aba nija jana kahan harahu kalesha,Dinkara dvadasha rupa dinesha I
Namami bhaskara surya prabhakara,arka mitra agha mogha shmakara I

Shree Chandra (Moon) Stuti
shashi mayaNka rajanipati swami, Chandra kalanidhi namo namami I
Rakapati Himanshu Rakesha, pranavata jana tana harahu kalesha I
Soma Indu vidhu shanti sudhakara,shita rashmi aushadhi nishakara I
Tumahi shobhita wsundar bhala mahesha,sharana sharana jana harahu kalesha I

Shree Mangala (Mars) Stuti
Jaya jaya Mangala sukha daata,lauhita bhaumadika vikhyata I
Angaraka kuja ruja Rinahari, daya karahu yahi vinaya hamarI I
Hey mahisuta Chitisuta sukharasi,lohitanga jaya jana aghanasii I
Agama amangala aba hara lIjai,sakala manoratha poorana kije I

Shree Budha (Mercury) Stuti
Jaya shashi nandana budha maharaja,karahu sakala jana kahaN shubha kaja I
Dijai buddhi sumati sujana, kathina kasta hari hari kalyana I
Hey tarasuta rohiNI naMdana, chandra suvana duhkha dwand nikandana I
Pujahu asa dass kaha swami,pranata pala prabhu namo namami I

Shree Brashpati (Jupiter) Stuti
Jayati jayati jaya shri guru deva,karahu sada tumhari prabhu seva I
Devacharya deva guru gyani,Indra purohita vidya dani I
Vachaspati bagisa udara,jeeva brashaspati naama tumhara I
VidyA sindhu angia naama,karahu sakala vidhi puran kama I


Shree Shukra (Venus) Stuti
Shukradeva tava pada tala jala jatta,dassa nirantara dhyana lagata I
Hey ushena bhargava bhRagunandana, daitya purohita dushTa nikandana I
BhRagukul bhUsana dusana haari,harahu nesta graha karahu sukharIi I
Tuhi dwijvar joshi sirtaja, nar shareer ke tumhi raja I

Shree Shani (Saturn) Stuti
Jaya shree Shani deva ravinandana,jaya kriShno sauri jagavandana I
Pingala manda raudra yama nama,vaphra adi konastha lalama I
Vakra dristi pipala tana saja, shana maha karata ranka shana raja I
Lalta svarna pada karata nihala,karahu vijaya Chaya ke lala I

Shree Rahu Stuti
Jaya jaya rahu gagana pravisaiya, tumahi chandra aditya grasaiya I
Ravi shashi ari svarbhanu dhara,shikhi adi bahu naama tumhara I
Saihinkeya nishachara raja,ardhakaya jag rakhahu laja I
Yadi graha samaya paya kahin avahu,sada shanti rahi sukha upajavahu I

Shree Ketu Stuti
Jaya jaya ketu kathina dukhahari,karahu srijana hetu mangalakari I
Dhvajayuta ruNda rupa vikarala, ghora raudratana adhamana kala I
Shikhi tarika graha balavana, mahapratapa na teja thikana I
Vahana mina maha shubhakari,deejai shanti daya ura dhari I

Navagraha Shanti Phal
Teerathraj prayag supasa, bassai Rama ke sundar dassa I
Kakra gramhin puray-tiwari, duvashram jana kashta utarana setu I
nava-graha shanti likhyo sukha hetu, jana tana kashTa utarana setu I
Jo nita paTha karai chita lavai, saba sukha bhogi parama padapavai I

Doha
Dhanya navagraha deva prabhu, mahima agama apara I
Chita nava mangala moda graha, jagata janana sukha dvara I
Yeh Chalisa navograha vicharit sndardasa I
Padat premayut badat sukha, sarvanda hulasa II

Saraswati Chalisa

II Doha II

Janak Janani Pad Kamal Raj, Nij Mastak Par Dhaari,
Bandau Maatu Saraswati, Buddhi Bal De Daataari.
Purn Jagat Mein Vyaapt Tav, Mahima Amit Anantu,
Ramsaagar Ke Paap Ko, Maatu Tuhi Ab Hantu.


Jay Shri Sakal Buddhi Balaraasi, Jay Sarvagya Amar Avinaasi.
Jay Jay Veenaakar Dhaari, Karati Sadaa Suhans Savaari.

Roop Chaturbhujadhaari Maata, Sakal Vishv Andar Vikhyaata.
Jag Mein Paap Buddhi Jab Hoti, Jabahi Dharm Ki Phiki Jyoti.

Tabahi Maatu Le Nij Avataara, Paap Heen Karati Mahi Taara.
Baalmiki Ji The Baham Gyaani, Tav Prasaad Janie Sansaara.

Raamaayan Jo Rache Banaai, Aadi Kavi Ki Padavi Paai.
Kalidaas Jo Bhaye Vikhyaata, Teri Kripaa Drishti Se Maata.

Tulasi Sur Aadi Vidvaana, Bhaye Aur Jo Gyaani Nana.
Tinhahi Na Aur Raheu Avalamba, Keval Kripa Aapaki Amba.

Karahu Kripa Soi Maatu Bhavaani, Dukhit Din Nij Daasahi Jaani.
Putra Karai Aparaadh Bahuta, Tehi Na dharai Chitt Sundar Maata.

Raakhu Laaj Janani Ab Meri, Vinay Karu Bahu Bhaanti Ghaneri.
Mein Anaath Teri Avalamba, Kripa Karau Jay Jay Jagadamba.

Madhu Kaitabh Jo Ati Balavaana, Baahuyuddh Vishnu Te Thaana.
Samar Hajaar Paanch Mein Ghora, Phir Bhi Mukh Unase Nahi Mora.

Maatu Sahaay Bhai Tehi Kaala, Buddhi Viparit Kari Khalahaala.
Tehi Mrityu Bhai Khal Keri, Purvahu Maatu Manorath Meri.

Chand Mund Jo The Vikhyaata, Chhan Mahu Sanhaareu Tehi Maata.
Raktabij Se Samarath Paapi, Sur-Muni Hriday Dhara Sab Kampi.

Kaateu Sir Jim Kadali Khamba, Baar Baar Binavau Jagadamba.
Jag Prasidhdh Jo Shumbh Nishumbha, Chhin Me Badhe Taahi Tu Amba.

Bharat-Maatu Budhi Phereu Jaai, Ramachandra Banvaas Karaai.
Ehi Vidhi Raavan Vadh Tum Kinha, Sur Nar Muni Sab Kahu Sukh Dinha.

Ko Samarath Tav Yash Gun Gaana, Nigam Anaadi Anant Bakhaana.
Vishnu Rudra Aj Sakahi Na Maari, Jinaki Ho Tum Rakshaakaari.

Rakt Dantika Aur Shataakshi, Naam Apaar Hai Daanav Bhakshi.
Durgam Kaaj Dhara Par Kinha, Durga Naam Sakal Jag Linha.

Durg Aadi Harani Tu Maata, Kripa Karahu Jab Jab Sukhadaata.
Nrip Kopit Jo Maaran Chaahei, Kaanan Mein Ghere Mrig Naahei.

Saagar Madhy Pot Ke Bhange, Ati Toofaan Nahi Kou Sange.
Bhoot Pret Baadha Yaa Dukh Mein, Ho Daridra Athava Sankat Mein.

Naam Jape Mangal Sab Koi, Sanshay Isame Karai Na Koi.
Putrahin Jo Aatur Bhaai, Sabei Chhaandi Puje Ehi Maai.

Karai Path Nit Yah Chaalisa, Hoy Putra Sundar Gun Isa.
Dhupaadik Naivedy Chadhavei, Sankat Rahit Avashy Ho Jaavei.

Bhakti Maatu Ki Karei Hamesha, Nikat Na Aavei Taahi Kalesha.
Bandi Path Kare Shat Baara, Bandi Paash Door Ho Saara.

Karahu Kripa Bhavamukti Bhavaani, Mo Kahn Daas Sadaa Nij Jaani.

II Doha II

Maata Sooraj Kaanti Tav, Andhakaar Mam Roop,
Dooban Te Raksha Karahu, Paru Na Mein Bhav-Koop.
Bal Buddhi Vidya Dehu Mohi, Sunahu Sarasvati Maatu,
Adham Ramasaagarahi Tum, Aashray Deu Punaatu.

Shree Krishna Chalisa

Doha
Banshi shobhit kar madhur, nil jalaj tanu shyam.
Arun adhar janu bimba phal, nayan kamal abhiram.
Puran Indu Arvind mukh, pitambar suchi saj.
Jai Man Mohan Madan chhavi,Krishiaachandra maharaj.


Jai jai Yadunandan jag vandan. Jai Vasudev Devki nandan.
Jai Yashoda sut Nandadulare. Jai prabhu bhaktan ke rakhvare.
Jai Natanagar Nag nathaiya. Krishna Kanhaiya dhenu charaiya.
Puni nakh par Prabhu Girivar dharo. Ao dinan-kasht nivaro.
Banshi madhur adhar-dhari tero. Hove puran manorath mero.
Ao Harli puni makhan chakho. Aaj laj bhaktan ki rakho.
Gol kapol chibuk arunare. Mridu muskan mohini dare.
Rajit Rajiv nayan vishala. Mor mukut vaijantimala.
Kundal shravan pit pat achhe. Kati kinkini kachhani kachhe.
Nil jalaj sundar tan sohai. Chhavi lakhi sur nar muni man mohai.
Mastak tilak alak ghunghrale. Ao Shyam bansuriya vale.
Kari pai pan putanahin taryo. Aka-baka kagasur maryo.
Madhuvan jalat agin jab jvala. Bhe shital lakhatahin Nandaiala.
Jab surpati Brij chadhyo risai. Musar dhar bari barsai.
Lakhat lakhat Bnij chahat bahayo. Govardhan nakh dhari bachayo.
Lakhi Yashuda man bhram adhikai. Mukh mahan chaudah bhuvan dikhai.
Dusht Kansa ati udham machayo. Koti kamal kahan phul mangayo.
Nathi kaiiyahin ko tum linhyo. Charan chinh dai nirbhai kinhyo.
Kari gopin sang ras bilasa. Sab ki pur kari abhilasa.
Aganit maha asur sanharyo. Kansahi kesh pakadi dai maryo.
Matu pita ki bandi chhudayo. Ugrasen kahan raj dilayo.
Him se mritak chhahon sut layo. Matu Devakl shok mitayo.
Narkasur mur khal sanhari. Lae shatdash sahas kumari.
Dai Bhimahin tran chiri isara. Jarasindh rakshas kahan mara.
Asur vrikasur adik maryau. Nij bhaktan kar kasht nivaryau.
Din Sudama ke dukh taryo. Tandul tin muthi mukh daryo.
Duryodhan ke tyagyo meva. Kiyo Vidur ghar shak kaleva.
Lakhi prem tuhin mahima bhari. Naumi Shyam danan hitkari.
Bharat men parath-rath hanke. Liye chakra kar nahin bat thake.

Nij Gita ke gyan sunaye. Bhaktan hridai sudha sarsaye.
Mira aisi matvali. vish pi gayi bajakar tali.
 Rana bheja saap pitari. Shaligram bane banvari.
 Nij maya tum vidhihin dikhayo. Urte sanshai sakal mitayo.
 Tav shatninda kari tatkala, jivan mukt bhayo shishupala.
 Jabahin Draupadi ter lagai. Dinanath laj ab jai.
Turatahih basan bane Nandlala. Badhay chir bhe ari munh kala.
 As anath ke nath Kanhaiya. Dubat bhanvar bachavahi naiya.
 "Sundardas" Aas ur Dharri. Daya Drishti Keejay Banwari.
Nath sakai un kumati nivaro. chhamon vegi apradh hamaro.
 Kholo pat ab darshan dijai. Bolo Krishna Kanhaiya ki jai.

Doha
Yah chalisa Krishna ka, path krai ur dhari,
asht siddhi nay niddhi phal, lahai padarath chari.

Shree Shani Chalisa

DOHA
Jai Ganesh Girija Suwan, Mangal karan kripaal.
Deenan ke Dhuk dhoor kari, Kheejai Naath Nihaal.
JaiJai SriShanidev Prabhu, Sunahu Vinay Maharaaj
Karahu Kruia hey Ravitanay, Rakhahu Jan ki Laaj.



Jayathi jayathi shani dayaala, karath sadha bhakthan prathipaala.
Chaari bhuja, thanu shyam viraajay, maathey ratan mukut chavi chaajay.
Param vishaal manohar bhaala, tedi dhrishti bhrukuti vikraala.
Kundal shravan chamaacham chamke, hiye maal mukthan mani dhamkay.
Kar me gadha thrishul kutaara, pal bich karai arihi samhaara.
Pinghal, krishno, chaaya, nandhan, yum, konasth, raudra, dhuk bhamjan.
Sauri, mandh shani, dhasha naama, bhanu puthra poojhin sab kaama.
Jaapar prabu prasan havain jhaahin, rakhhun raav karai shan maahin.
Parvathhu thrun hoi nihaarath, thrunhu ko parvath kari daarath.
Raaj milath ban raamhin dheenhyo, kaikeyihu ki mathi hari linhiyo.
Banhu mae mrag kapat dhikaayi, maathu Janki gayi chooraayi.
Lakanhin shakthi vikal kari daara, machiga dhal mae haahaakaar.
Raavan ki ghathi-mathi bauraayi, Ramchandra so bair badaayi.
Dheeyo keet kari kanchan Lanka, baji bajarang beer ki danka.
Nrip vikram par thuhin pagu dhaara, chitra mayur nigli gai haara.
Haar naulakka laagyo chori, haath pair darvaayo thori.
Bhaari dhasha nikrusht dhikaayo, telhin ghar kholhu chalvaayo.
Vinay raag dheepak mah khinho, tab prasann prabhu hvai sukh dheenho.
Harishchandra nrip naari bhikani, aaphun bharen dome gar paani.
Tasse nal par dasha sirani, bhunji-meen koodh gayi paani.
Sri Shankarhin gahyo jab jaayi, Paarvathi ko sathi karaayi.
Thanik vilokath hi kari reesa, nabh udi gayo gaurisuth seesa.
Paandav par bhay dasha thumhaari, bachi draupadhi hothi udhaari.
Kaurav ke bi gathi mathi maaryo, yudh mahabharath kari daryo.
Ravi kah mukh mahn dhari thathkala, lekar koodhi paryo paathaala.
Saish dhev-lakhi vinthi laayi, Ravi ko mukh thay dhiyo chudaayi.
Vaahan prabhu kay saah sujana, jag dhigaj gadharbh mragh swaana.
Jambuk singh aadhi nakh dhari, so phal jyothish kahath pukari.
Gaj vahan lakshmi gruha aavai, hay thay sukh sampathi upjaavay.
Gadharbh haani karai bahu kaaja, singh sidh kar raaj samaja.
Jhambuk budhi nasht kar darai, mrag dhe kasht praan sangharay.
Jab aavahi prabu swaan savaari, chori aadi hoy dar bhaari.
Thaishi chaari charan yeh naama, swarn laoh chaandhi aru taama.
Lauh charan par jab prabu aavain, daan jan sampathi nashta karavain.
Samatha thaamra rajath shubhkari, swarn sarva sukh mangal bhaari.
Jo yeh shani charithra nith gavai, kabahu na dasha nikrushta sathavai.
Adhbuth nath dhikavain leela, karaen shaatru kay nashi bhali dheela.
Jo pundith suyogya bulvaayi vidhyvath shani graha shanti karayi.
Peepal jal shani diwas chadavath, deep dhaan dai bahu sukh pawath.
Kahath Ram Sundhar prabu dasa, Shani sumirath sukh hoth prakasha.

II Doha II

Paath Shanichar Dev ko, ko hoon Vimal Taiyaar.
Karat Paath Chalis Din, ho Bhav Sagar Paar.

Sri Lakshmi Chalisa



II DOHA II
Maatu Lakshmi Kari Kripaa, Karahu Hriday Mein Vaas I
Manokamana Siddh Kari, Puravahu Meri Aas I I



Sindhusuta Main Sumiron Tohi, Gyaan Buddhi Vidhya Dehu Mohi II
Tum Samaan Nahin Kou Upakaari, Sab Vidhi Puravahu Aas Hamaari II
Jai Jai Jagat Janani Jagadambaa, Sab Ki Tumahi Ho Avalambaa II
Tumahii Ho Ghat Ghat Ki Waasi, Binti Yahi Hamarii Khaasi II
Jag Janani Jai Sindhu Kumaari, Deenan Ki Tum Ho Hitakaari II
Vinavon Nitya Tumhi Maharani, Kripa Karo Jag Janani Bhavaani II
Kehi Vidhi Stuti Karon Tihaarii, Sudhi Lijain Aparaadh Bisari II
Kriapadrishti Chita woh Mam Orii, Jagat Janani Vinatii Sun Mori II
Gyaan Buddhi Jai Sukh Ki Daata, Sankat Harahu Hamaare Maata II
Kshir Sindhu Jab Vishnumathaayo, Chaudah Ratn Sindhu Mein Paayo II
Chaudah Ratn Mein Tum Sukhraasi, Seva Kiyo Prabhu Banin Daasi II
Jab Jab Janam Jahaan Prabhu Linhaa, Roop Badal Tahan Seva Kinhaa II
Swayam Vishnu Jab Nar Tanu Dhaara, Linheu Awadhapuri Avataara II
Tab Tum Prakat Janakapur Manhin, Seva Kiyo Hriday Pulakaahi II
Apanaya Tohi Antarayaami, Vishva Vidit Tribhuvan Ki Swaami II
Tum Sam Prabal Shakti Nahi Aani, Kahan Tak Mahimaa Kahaun Bakhaani II
Mann Karam Bachan Karai Sevakaai, Mann Eechhit Phal Paai II
Taji Chhal Kapat Aur Chaturaai, Pujahi Vividh Viddhi Mann Laai II
Aur Haal Main Kahahun Bujhaai, Jo Yah Paath Karai Mann Laai II
Taako Koi Kasht Na Hoi, Mann Eechhit Phal Paavay Soii II
Traahi- Traahii Jai Duhkh Nivaarini, Trividh Tap Bhav Bandhan Haarini II
Jo Yeh Parhen Aur Parhaavay, Dhyan Laga Kar Sunay Sunavay II
Taakon Kou Rog Na Sataavay, Putr Aadi Dhan Sampati Paavay II
Putraheen Dhan Sampati Heena, Andh Badhir Korhhi Ati Diinaa II
Vipr Bulaay Ken Paath Karaavay, Shaankaa Dil Mein Kabhi Na Laavay II
Path Karaavay Din Chalisa, Taapar Krapaa Karahin Gaurisaa II
Sukh Sampatti Bahut-Si Paavay, Kami Nanhin Kaahuu Ki Aavay II
Baarah Maash Karen Jo Puja, Tehi Sam Dhanya Aur Nahin Dujaa II
Pratidin Paath Karehi Man Manhi, Un sam koi Jag Mein Naahin II
Bahuvidhi Kaya Mein Karahun Baraai, Ley Parikshaa Dhyaan Lagaai II
Kari Vishvaas Karay Vrat Naima, Hoi Siddh Upajay Ur Prema II
Jai Jai Jai Lakshmi Bhavani, Sab Mein Vyaapit Ho Gun khaani II
Tumhro Tej Prabal Jag Maahin, Tum Sam Kou Dayaalu Kahun Naahin II
Mohi Anaath Ki Sudhi Ab Lijay, Sannkat Kaati Bhakti Bar Deejay II
Bhool chook Karu Shamaa Hamaari, Darshan Deejay Dasha Nihaari II
Bin Darshan Vyaakul Adhikari, Tumhin Akshat Dukh Shatte Bhaari II
Nahin Mohi Gyaan Buddhi Hai Tan Mein, Sab Jaanat Ho Apane Mann Mein II
Roop Chaturbhuj Karke Dhaaran, Kasht Mor Ab Karahu Nivaaran II
Kehi Prakaar Mein Karahun Badai, Gyaan Buddhi Mohin Nahin Adhikaai II



II DOHA II


Traahi Traahi Dukh Haarini, Harahu Vegi Sab Traas I
Jayati Jayati Jai Lakshmi, Karahu Shatru Ka Naas II

Shri Shiv Chalisa

DOHA
Jai Ganesh Girija suvan, Mangal mul sujan
Kahit Ayodhya das tum, dev abhay vardan


Jai Girijapati din dayala,
sada karat santan pritpala.
Bhol chahdrama sohat nike,
kanan kundal nag phani ke.
Ang gaur, shir gangabanae,
mundamal tan chhar lagae.
Vastra khal bagambar sohe,
chhavi ko dekh nag muni mohe.
Maina matu ki havai dulari,
bam ang sohat chhavi niyari
Kar men trishul sohat chhavi bhari
karai sada shatrun shahkari
Nandi Ganesh sohain tahan kaise,
sagar madhya kamal hai jaise.
Kartik shyam aur ganarau,
ya chhavi ko kahi jat na kau.
Devani jab hi ai pukara,
tabahin dukh Prabhu ap nivara.
Kiya upadrav Tarak bhari,
devani sab mili turnahin juhari.
Turant shadanan ap pathayo,
lay nimesh mahin mari girayo.
Ap jaladhar asur sanhara,
suyash tumhara vidit sansara.
Tripurasur sang yudh machai,
sabahin kripa kari linh bachai.
Kiya tapahin Bhagirath bhari,
purve pratigya tasu purari.
Davan manan tum sam kou nahin,
sevak ustuti karat sadai.
Ved nam mahima tab gai,
akath anadi bhed nahin pai
Pragateu dadi-manthan te jvala,
jare surasur bahe bihala.
Dindayal tahan kari sahai,
Nilkanth tab nam kahai.
Pujan Ramchandra jab kinha,
jit ke Lanka Vibhishan dinha.
Sahas kamal men ho rahe dhari,
kinha pariksha tabahi purari
Ek kamal prabhu rakhyau gohi,
kamal nayan pujan chahan soi
Kathin bhakti dekhi Prabhu Shankar,
bhaye prasan diye ichhatvar.
Jai Jai Jai Anant avinasi
karat kripa sab ke ghat vasi
Dushat sakal nit mohi satavaen,
bhramat rahe mohi chain na avaen.
Trahi trahi main nath pukarun,
yahi avasari mohi, ani ubaro.
Lai trishul shatruni ko maro,
sankat se mohe ani ubaro.
Mata pita bhrata sab hoi,
sankat men puchhat nahin koi.
Svarmi ek hai as tumhari
ai haranu ab sankat bhari
Dhan nirdhan ko det sadai,
jo koi jancha so phal pahin.
Ustuti kehi vidhi karaun tumhari
shamahu nath ab chuk hamari
Shahkar ho sankat ke nashan,
vighna vinashan mangal karan.
Yogi yati muni dhyan lagavain,
sharad Narad shish nivavain.
Namo, namo jai namo Shivaye,
sur Brahmadik par na paye.
Jo yah path kare man lai,
tapar hot hain Shambhu sahai.
Rinya jo koi ho adhikari,
path kare so pavan-hari
Putra ho na ichchha kari koi,
nishchai Shiv prasad te hoi
Pandit triyodashi ko lavain,
dhyan purvak horn karavain.
Tryodashi vrita kare hamesh,
tan nahin take rahe kalesh.
Dhup dip naived chadhavai,
Shankar sanmukh path sunavai.
Janam Janam ke pap nashavai,
ahtvas Shivpur men pavai.
Kahe Ayodhya as tumhari,
jan sakal dukh harahu hamari.
DOHA
Nitya Nema kari Pratahi
Patha karau Chalis
Tum Meri Man Kamana
Purna Karahu Jagadish

Sri Durga Chalisa









Namo Namo Durge Sukh karani,

Namo Namo ambe Dukh harani.




Nirakar hai jyoti tumhari,

Tihun lok pheli ujayari.




Shashi lalat mukh mahavishala,

Netra lal bhrikutee vikarala.




Roop Matu ko adhika suhave,

Daras karat jan ati sukh pave.




Tum sansar shakti laya kina,

Palan hetu anna dhan dina.




Annapurna hui jag pala,

Tumhi adi sundari Bala.




Pralaya kala sab nashan hari,

Tum gauri Shiv-Shankar pyari.




Shiv yogi tumhre guna gaven,

Brahma Vishnu tumhen nit dhyaven.










Roop Saraswati ko tum dhara,

De subuddhi rishi munina ubara.




Dharyo roop Narsimha ko amba,

Pragat bhayin phar kar khamba.




Raksha kari Prahlaad bachayo,

Hiranakush ko swarga pathayo.




Lakshmi roop dharo jag mahin,

Shree Narayan anga samihahin.




Ksheer sindhu men karat vilasa,

Daya Sindhu, deeje man asa.




Hingalaja men tumhin Bhavani,

Mahima amit na jet bakhani.




Matangi Dhoomavati Mata,

Bhuvneshwari bagala sukhdata.




Shree Bhairav lara jog tarani,

Chhinna Bhala bhav dukh nivarani.




Kehari Vahan soh Bhavani,

Langur Veer Chalat agavani.




Kar men khappar khadag viraje,

Jako dekh kal dan bhaje.




Sohe astra aur trishoola,

Jase uthata shatru hiya shoola.




Nagarkot men tumhi virajat,

Tihun lok men danka bajat.




Shumbhu Nishumbhu Danuja tum mare,

Rakta-beeja shankhan samhare.




Mahishasur nripa ati abhimani,

Jehi agha bhar mahi akulani.




Roop karal Kalika dhara,

Sen Sahita tum tin samhara.




Pan garha Santan par jab jab,

Bhayi sahaya Matu tum tab tab.




Amarpuni aru basava loka,

Tava Mahirna sab rahen asoka.




Jwala men hai jyoti tumhari,

Tumhen sada poojen nar nari.




Prem bhakti se Jo yash gave,

Dukh-daridra nikat nahin ave.




Dhyave tumhen jo nar man laee,

Janam-maran tako chuti jaee.




Jogi sur-muni kahat pukari,

Jog na ho bin shakti tumhari.




Shankar Aacharaj tap keenhon,

Kam, krodha jeet sab leenhon.




Nisidin dhyan dharo Shankar ko,

Kahu kal nahini sumiro tum ko.




Shakti roop ko maran na payo,

Shakti gayi tab man pachitayo.




Sharnagat hui keerti bakhani,

Jai jai jai Jagdamb Bhavani.




Bhayi prasanna Aadi Jagdamba,

Dayi shakti nahin keen vilamba.




Mokon Matu kashta ati ghero,

Tum bin kaun hare dukh mero.




Aasha trishna nipat sataven,

Moh madadik sab binsaven.




Shatru nash keeje Maharani,

Sumiron ekachita tumhen Bhavani.




Karo kripa Hey Matu dayala,

Riddhi-Siddhi de karahu nihala.




Jab lagi jiyoon daya phal paoon,

Tumhro yash men sada sunaoon.




Durga Chalisa jo gave,

Sab sukh bhog parampad pave.







Translation:







I bow to You O Goddess Durga, the bestower of happiness!
I bow to You O Goddess Amba, who Ends all miseries.

The radiance of your light is limitless and all pervading and all the three
realms (Earth, Heaven And the Nether World) are enlightened by Thee.

Your face is like the moon and mouth very huge. Your eyes shine with a
red glow and You have a Frightening frown.

O Mother! Your look is enchanting, the very sight of which ensures welfare
of the devout.

All the powers of the World repose in Thee and it is You who provide food and
wealth for the World's survival.

Like the feeding Mother Annapoorna, You nurture the whole universe and You are
the one Who appear like the timeless Bala Sundari (young girl of extreme beauty).

At the time of dissolution, it is You, O Mother, who destroys everything. You are the
beloved Consort of Lord Shiva, Gauri (Parvati).

Lord Shiva and all yogis always chant your praise Brahma,
Vishnu and all other Gods ever meditate on You.



You appear in the form of Goddess Saraswati too,
to grant wisdom to the sages and thus ensure their Welfare.

O Mother Amba! It was You who appeared in the form
of Narsimha, sundering the pillar.

Thus You saved Prahlad and Hiranyakashyap also went to
Heaven as he was killed by your Hands.

In the form of Goddess Lakshmi, O Mother, you appear in
this world and repose by the side of Shree Narayan.

Dwelling in the ocean of milk, O Goddess, with Lord Vishnu,
please fulfill my desires.

O Bhavani, the famous Goddess of Hingalaja is no one else but
You Yourself. Illimitable is your Glory, defying description.

You are yourself Matangi and Dhoomavati Mata. It is You who appear as
Bhuvaneshwari and Bagalamukhi Devi to bestow happiness to all.

It is You who redeem the wolrd, appearing in the form of Shree Bhairavi,
Taradevi and Chhinnamasta Devi, and end its sorrows.

Reposing gracefully upon your vehicle, O Goddess Bhavani, You are welcome
by the brave Langour (Lord Hanuman).

When You appear in the form of Goddess Kali, with sword in one hand and a
cupel in the other, Even Time flees in panic.

Beholding You, well armed, with a Trident in your hand, the enemy's
heart aches with the sting Of fear.

You also repose in the form of Devi at Nagarkot in Kangara. Thus all the
three realms shudder in the might of your glory.

You slayed the demons like Shumbh & Nishumb and massacred the
thousand forms of the dreaded Demon Raktabeej.

When the earth was severely distressed bearing the load of the sins
of the arrogant Mahishasur.

You assumed the dreadful form of Goddess Kali and
massacred him along with his army.

Thus, whenever the noble saints were distressed,
it is You O Mother, who came to their rescue.

All the realms including the Amarpuri (divine realm) remain
sorrow-less and happy by Your Grace. O Goddess!

It is the symbol of Your glory that is burning brightly at Shree JwalaJi.
All me and women Ever worship You, O Mother!

He who sings Your glory with devotion, love, and sincerity remains
beyond the reach of grief And poverty.

He who meditates upon Your form with concentration goes
beyond the cycle of births and deaths.

All the yogis, gods and sages openly declare that without your
favor one can't establish communion with God.

Shankaracharya had performed once a special penance called
Aacharaj and by virtue of which he had subdued his anger and desire.

He ever worshipped Lord Shankar and never for a moment
concentrated his mind on You.

Since He did not realize your immense glory, all His powers
waned and then He repented hitherto.

Then He sought refuge in You, chanted Your glory and
'victory, victory, victory to Thee, O Jagadamba Bhavani'.

Then, O Primal Goddess Jagadamba Ji, You were propitiated and
in no time You bestowed Him with his lost powers.

O Mother! Severe afflictions distress me and no one except Your
Honored Self can provide relief please end my afflictions.

Hopes and longings ever torture me. All sorts of passions and
lust ever torment my heart.

O Goddess Bhavani! I meditate only upon you Please
kill my enemies O Queen!

O Merciful Mother! Show me your favor and make me feel
happy by bestowing me with all sorts of riches and powers.

O Mother! May I be receptable of Your grace as long as I live,
ever recounting the feats of Your Glory to all.

This way, whoever sings this Durga Chalisa shall ever enjoy all
sorts of pleasures and shall attain the highest state in the end.

Sri Ganesh Chalisa






DOHA
Jaya ganapati sadhguna sadana, kavi vara badana kripaala.
Vighna harana mangala karana, jaya jaya girijaa laala.




Jaya jaya ganapati gan raaju, mangala bharana karana shubha kaaju .
Jaya gajabadana sadana sukhadaataa, vishva vinaayaka buddhi vidhaata.
Vakra tunda shuchi shunda suhaavana, tilaka tripunda bhaala mana bhaavana.
Raajata mani muktana ura maala, svarna mukuta shira nayana vishaala.
Pustaka paani kuthaara trishuulam, modaka bhoga sugandhita phoolam.
Sundara piitaambara tana saajita, charana paaduka muni mana raajita.
Dhani shiva suvana shadaanana bhraata, gaurii lalana vishva-vidhaata.
Riddhi siddhi tava chanvara sudhaare, mushaka vaahana sohata dvaare.
Kahaun janma shubha kathaa tumhaari, ati shuchi paavana mangala kaari.
Eka samaya giriraaj kumaari, putra hetu tapa kinha bhaari.
Bhayo yagya jaba puurna anuupa, taba pahunchyo tuma dhari dvija ruupa.
Atithi jaani kai gauri sukhaari, bahuvidhi sevaa kari tumhaari.
Ati prasanna hvai tuma vara diinha, maatu putra hita jo tapa kiinha.
Milahi putra tuhi buddhi vishaala, binaa garbha dhaarana yahi kaala.
Gananaayaka, guna gyaana nidhaana, puujita prathama ruupa bhagavana.
Asa kahi antardhyaana ruupa hvai, palana para baalaka svaruupa hvai.
Bani shishu rudana jabahi tuma thaana, lakhi mukha sukha nahin gauri samaan.
Sakala magana, sukha mangala gaavahin, nabha te surana sumana varshaavahin.
Shambhu uma, bahu dana lutavahin, sura munijana, suta dekhana aavahin.
Lakhi ati aananda mangala saaja, dekhana bhi aaye shani raaja.
Nija avaguna guni shani mana maahin, baalaka, dekhan chaahata naahin.
Giraja kachhu mana bheda badhaayo, utsava mora na shani tuhi bhaayo.
Kahana lage shani, mana sakuchaai, kaa karihau, shishu mohi dikhaai.
Nahin vishvaasa, uma ur bhayau, shani so baalaka dekhana kahyau.
Padatahin, shani driga kona prakaasha, baalaka shira udi gayo aakaasha.
Giraja giriin vikala hvai dharani, so dukha dasha gayo nahin varani.
Haahaakaara machyo kailaasha, shani kiinhyon lakhi suta ka naasha.
Turata garuda chadhi Vishnu sidhaaye, kaati chakra so gaja shira laaye.
Baalaka ke dhada upara dhaarayo, praana, mantra padha shankara darayo.
Naama 'ganesha' shambhu taba kiinhe, prathama puujya buddhi nidhi, vara diinhe.
Buddhi pariiksha jaba shiva kiinha, prithvii kar pradakshina liinha.
Chale shadaanana, bharami bhulaIi, rachi baitha tuma buddhi upaai.
Charana maatu-pitu ke dhara linhen, tinake saata pradakshina kinhen.
Dhani ganesha, kahi shiva hiya harashe, nabha te surana sumana bahu barase.


Tumhari mahima buddhi badaye., shesha sahasa mukha sakai na gaai.
Mein mati hina malina dukhaari, karahun kauna vidhi vinaya tumhaari.
Bhajata 'raamasundara' prabhudaasa, lakha prayaga, kakara, durvasa .
Aba prabhu daya dina para kijai, apani bhakti shakti kuchhu dijai.


DOHA:
Shri Ganesh yah chalisa, path karai dhari dhyan,
Nit nav mangal gruha bashe, lahi jagat sanman.
Sambandh apne sahstra dash, rushi panchami dinesh.
Puran chalisa bhayo, mangal murti ganesha.

Sri Hanuman Aarti


Aarti Bajrangbali Ki

Aarti Keejai Hanuman Lalla Ki, Dushtdalan Raghunath Kala Ki
Jake bal se girivar Kanpai, Rogdosh Bhaye nikat na Janke
Anjani putra maha baldahi, Santan ke prabhu sada sahai
De veera Raghunath pathaye, Lanka jari Siya sudhi laye
Lanka so kot samudra si khai. Jat Pavansut var na lai
Lanka jari asur sab mare, Siyaramji ke kaaj sanvare
Lakshman murchit pare dharni pai, Aani Sanjivan pran uvare
Paithi patal tori yamkare, Ahiravan ke bhuja ukhare
Bhahe bhuja sub asurdal mare, Dahine bhuja santjan tare
Sur nar munijan aarti utare, Jai Jai Jai Hanumanji uchare
Kanchan thar kapur lau chhai, Aarti karat Anjani mai
Jo Hanumanji ke aarti gavai, So vaikunt amarpad pavai
Lanka vidhvans kiye Raghrahi, Tulsidas prabhu kirti gahi.


Shri Hanuman Chalisa

     
Shri Guru Charan Saroj Raj   After cleansing the mirror of my mind with the pollen
Nij mane mukure sudhar   dust of holy Guru's Lotus feet. I Profess the pure,
Varnao Raghuvar Vimal Jasu   untainted glory of Shri Raghuvar which bestows the four-
Jo dayaku phal char   fold fruits of life.(Dharma, Artha, Kama and Moksha).
     
Budhi Hin Tanu Janike   Fully aware of the deficiency of my intelligence, I
Sumirau Pavan Kumar   concentrate my attention on Pavan Kumar and humbly
Bal budhi Vidya dehu mohe   ask for strength, intelligence and true knowledge to
Harahu Kalesa Vikar   relieve me of all blemishes, causing pain.
     
Jai Hanuman gyan gun sagar   Victory to thee, O'Hanuman! Ocean of Wisdom-All
Jai Kapis tihun lok ujagar   hail to you O'Kapisa! (fountain-head of power,wisdom
    and Shiva-Shakti) You illuminate all the three worlds
    (Entire cosmos) with your glory.
     
Ram doot atulit bal dhama   You are the divine messenger of Shri Ram. The
Anjani-putra Pavan sut nama   repository of immeasurable strength, though known
    only as Son of Pavan (Wind), born of Anjani.
     
Mahavir Vikram Bajrangi   With Limbs as sturdy as Vajra (The mace of God Indra)
Kumati nivar sumati Ke sangi   you are valiant and brave. On you attends good Sense
    and Wisdom. You dispel the darkness of evil thoughts.
     
Kanchan varan viraj subesa   Your physique is beautiful golden coloured and your dress
Kanan Kundal Kunchit Kesa   is pretty. You wear ear rings and have long curly hair.
     
Hath Vajra Aur Dhuvaje Viraje   You carry in your hand a lightening bolt along with a victory
Kandhe moonj janehu sajai   (kesari) flag and wear the sacred thread on your shoulder.
     
Sankar suvan kesri Nandan   As a descendant of Lord Sankar, you are a comfort and pride
Tej pratap maha jag vandan   of Shri Kesari. With the lustre of your Vast Sway, you are
    propitiated all over the universe.
     
Vidyavan guni ati chatur   You are the repository of learning, virtuous and fully accom-
Ram kaj karibe ko aatur   plished, always keen to carry out the behest's of Shri Ram.
     
Prabu charitra sunibe ko rasiya   You are an ardent listener, always so keen to listen to the
Ram Lakhan Sita man Basiya   narration of Shri Ram's Life Stories. Your heart is filled with
    what Shri Ram stood for. You therefore always dwell in the
    hearts of Shri Ram, Lakshman and Sita.
     
Sukshma roop dhari Siyahi dikhava   You appeared before Sita in a Diminutive form and spoke to
Vikat roop dhari lanka jarava   her in humility. You assumed an awesome form and struck
    terror by setting Lanka on fire.
     
Bhima roop dhari asur sanghare   With over-whelming might you destroyed the Asuras
Ramachandra ke kaj sanvare   (demons) and performed all tasks assigned to you by Shri Ram
    with great skill.
     
Laye Sanjivan Lakhan Jiyaye   You brought Sanjivan (A herb that revives life) and restored
Shri Raghuvir Harashi ur laye   Lakshman back to life, Shri Raghuvir (Shri Ram) cheerfully
    embraced you with his heart full of joy.
     
Raghupati Kinhi bahut badai   Shri Raghupati (Shri Ram) lustily extolled your excellence and
Tum mam priye Bharat-hi sam bhai   said: "You are as dear to me as my own brother Bharat."
     
Sahas badan tumharo yash gaave   Thousands of living beings are chanting hymns of your glories;
Us kahi Shripati kanth lagaave   saying thus, Shri Ram warmly hugged him (Shri Hanuman).
     
Sankadik Brahmadi Muneesa   When prophets like Sanka, even the Sage like Lord Brahma,
Narad Sarad sahit Aheesa   the great hermit Narad himself, Goddess Saraswati and Ahisha
    (one of immeasurable dimensions).
     
Yam Kuber Digpal Jahan te   Even Yamraj (God of Death) Kuber (God of Wealth) and the
Kavi kovid kahi sake kahan te   Digpals (deputies guarding the four corners of the Universe)
    have been vying with one another in offering homage to your
    glories. How then, can a mere poet give adequate expression
    of your super excellence.
     
Tum upkar Sugreevahin keenha   You rendered a great service to Sugriv. You united him with
Ram milaye rajpad deenha   Shri Ram and he installed him on the Royal Throne. By heeding
Tumharo mantra Vibheeshan mana   your advice, Vibhishan became Lord of Lanka. This is known
Lankeshwar Bhaye Sub jag jana   all over the Universe.
     
Yug sahastra jojan par Bhanu   On your own you dashed upon the Sun, which is at a fabulous
Leelyo tahi madhur phal janu   distance of thousands of miles, thinking it to be a sweet
    luscious fruit.
     
Prabhu mudrika meli mukh mahee   Carrying the Lord's Signet Ring in your mouth, there is
Jaladhi langhi gaye achraj nahee   hardly any wonder that you easily leapt across the ocean.
     
Durgaam kaj jagat ke jete   The burden of all difficult tasks of the world become light
Sugam anugraha tumhre tete   with your kind grace.
     
Ram dware tum rakhvare,   You are the sentry at the door of Shri Ram's Divine Abode.
Hoat na agya binu paisare   No one can enter it without your permission,
     
Sub sukh lahai tumhari sarna   All comforts of the world lie at your feet. The devotees enjoy all
Tum rakshak kahu ko dar na   divine pleasures and feel fearless under your benign Protection.
     
Aapan tej samharo aapai   You alone are befitted to carry your own splendid valour. All the
Teenhon lok hank te kanpai   three worlds (entire universe) tremor at your thunderous call.
     
Bhoot pisach Nikat nahin aavai   All the ghosts, demons and evil forces keep away, with the
Mahavir jab naam sunavai   sheer mention of your great name, O'Mahaveer!!
     
Nase rog harai sab peera   All diseases, pain and suffering disappear on reciting regularly
Japat nirantar Hanumant beera   Shri Hanuman's holy name.
     
Sankat se Hanuman chudavai   Those who remember Shri Hanuman in thought, words and deeds
Man Karam Vachan dyan jo lavai   with Sincerity and Faith, are rescued from all crises in life.
     
Sub par Ram tapasvee raja   All who hail, worship and have faith in Shri Ram as the Supreme
Tin ke kaj sakal Tum saja   Lord and the king of penance. You make all their difficult tasks
    very easy.
     
Aur manorath jo koi lavai   Whosoever comes to you for fulfillment of any desire with faith
Sohi amit jeevan phal pavai   and sincerity, Will he alone secure the imperishable fruit of
    human life.
     
Charon Yug partap tumhara   All through the four ages your magnificent glory is acclaimed far
Hai persidh jagat ujiyara   and wide. Your fame is Radiantly acclaimed all over the Cosmos.
     
Sadhu Sant ke tum Rakhware   You are Saviour and the guardian angel of Saints and Sages and
Asur nikandan Ram dulhare   destroy all Demons. You are the angelic darling of Shri Ram.
     
Ashta sidhi nav nidhi ke dhata   You can grant to any one, any yogic power of Eight Siddhis
Us var deen Janki mata   (power to become light and heavy at will) and Nine Nidhis
    (Riches,comfort,power,prestige,fame,sweet relationship etc.)
    This boon has been conferred upon you by Mother Janki.
     
Ram rasayan tumhare pasa   You possess the power of devotion to Shri Ram. In all rebirths
Sada raho Raghupati ke dasa   you will always remain Shri Raghupati's most dedicated disciple.
     
Tumhare bhajan Ram ko pavai   Through hymns sung in devotion to you, one can find Shri Ram
Janam janam ke dukh bisravai   and become free from sufferings of several births.
     
Anth kaal Raghuvir pur jayee   If at the time of death one enters the Divine Abode of Shri Ram,
Jahan janam Hari-Bakht Kahayee   thereafter in all future births he is born as the Lord's devotee.
     
Aur Devta Chit na dharehi   One need not entertain any other deity for Propitiation, as
Hanumanth se hi sarve sukh karehi   devotion of Shri Hanuman alone can give all happiness.
     
Sankat kate mite sab peera   One is freed from all the sufferings and ill fated contingencies of
Jo sumirai Hanumat Balbeera   rebirths in the world. One who adores and remembers Shri Hanuman.
     
Jai Jai Jai Hanuman Gosahin   Hail, Hail, Hail, Shri Hanuman, Lord of senses. Let your victory
Kripa Karahu Gurudev ki nyahin   over the evil be firm and final. Bless me in the capacity as my
    supreme guru (teacher).
     
Jo sat bar path kare kohi   One who recites Chalisa one hundred times, becomes free from the
Chutehi bandhi maha sukh hohi   bondage of life and death and enjoys the highest bliss at last.
     
Jo yah padhe Hanuman Chalisa   All those who recite Hanuman Chalisa (The forty Chaupais)
Hoye siddhi sakhi Gaureesa   regularly are sure to be benedicted. Such is the evidence of no less a
    witness as Bhagwan Sankar.
     
Tulsidas sada hari chera   Tulsidas as a bonded slave of the Divine Master, stays perpetually at
Keejai Das Hrdaye mein dera   his feet, he prays "Oh Lord! You enshrine within my heart & soul."
     
Pavantnai sankat haran,   Oh! conqueror of the Wind, Destroyer of all miseries, you are a
Mangal murti roop.   symbol of Auspiciousness.
Ram Lakhan Sita sahit,   Along with Shri Ram, Lakshman and Sita, reside in my heart.
Hrdaye basahu sur bhoop.   Oh! King of Gods.

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