Sunday, March 27, 2011

Shri Nathji Temple, Nathdwara :Introduction, How to reach, Major Attraction, Darshan timings, Aarti Video, Pictures


Nathdwara, means the gate of God. It is the most renowned pilgrim of India. Nathdwara is located on the banks of Benas river just 48 kms ahead of Udaipur. Nathdwara is also famous for the Pichhwai paintings - the most famous Rajasthani art. This art portrays the Lord Shrinathji & their activities.

How to reach Nathdwara

Nathdwara is only 48 kms from Udaipur, which well connected to all major cities through buses, trains and flights.

  • By Air : Indian Airlines and Jet Airways connects Udaipur with Delhi, Jaipur, Jodhpur, and Mumbai. Dabok Airport is 52 km.
  • By Rail : Western Railways connects Mavli Junction on the meter gauge with direct trains from Delhi, Jaipur, Ajmer, Ahmedabad, Jodhpur and Khandwa. Mavli Junction is 38 km. and Chittorgarh is 110 Km.
  • By Road: State Government and Deluxe buses connects Nathdwara with all major tourist station of Rajasthan. City Bus station is 1.5 km.
Distance from major cities

  • Udaipur - New Delhi 597 Kms
  • Udaipur - Mumbai 1051 Kms
  • Udaipur - Jaipur 336 Kms
  • Udaipur - Jodhpur 260 Kms
  • Udaipur - Jaisalmer 285 Kms

Major Attraction

Shri Nathji Temple : This temple is the only major attraction Nathdwara. This 17th century temple house the original statue of Shrinathji or Lord Krishna. According to history, the statue was brought to Mewar kingdom for the sake of safety in the period of Aurangazeb the Moghul monarch. The chariot shipping the statue was jammed here, and consequently a shrine was established with the permission of the then Rana of Mewar at Nathdwara.

Darshans or glimpses of Srinathji can be sought 8 times in the day. individually known as Ashtaya, the 8 darshans are Mangala, Shrungar, Gwal, Rajbhog, Uthhapan, Bhog, Sandhaya Aarti and Shayan. In each of them the leelas (divine manifestations) of the Lord are described and harmonized with His daily routine. Millions of devotees come here every year, to make there wish and pray to the almighty Lord Krishna.

Lal Bagh : The Lag bagh is a beautiful garden outside the city. There you can find lot of rare plants & trees.

Shrinathji Temple Nathdwara

48 km from Udaipur, Shrinathji of Nathdwara is actually a temple of Lord Krishna with his image carved out of a single block of black marble. Set amidst idyllic hills, it is said to be the second richest temple in the world. The royalty of Udaipur pray at the temple and as the head of his clan, the Maharana is also called as Shriji among his people. As the legend goes, Goswami Dev fled from Mathura to escape from Aurangzeb and carried this particular idol in a chariot with an intention to take it to Udaipur. However, his chariot got stuck in Sinhad and finally, he took it as a token of the divine will and decided to consecrated it on the spot. This place is now known as Nathdwara. Glimpses of the idol situated in the inner sanctum of the temple are permitted only for short intervals eight times a day in different moods. Besides those intervals, the temple precincts is relatively free from crowds and people who are here to capture the beauty of art and architecture of the place, may move around at their leisure and enjoy the still-preserved royal splendor of the bygone era.

The temple is referred to as 'Haveli', commonly used in Rajasthan for the mansions of the wealthy merchants. Temple servants wear the clothes and costumes of the bygone era of kings and queens and serve the deity as the beloved prince and darling of Nandaraj and Yashoda maiya, the adoptive parents of Lord Krishna. At regular intervals, there is a live performance of classical music in its many fragrant marble halls and courtyards, to entertain Him. There are 'pankhwalas' who still pull on the large fans manually to cool the interiors. There are drums and trumpets to announce the 'Royal Darshan' in the noon just as the announcements that the kings entering their courts were once made. The temple is built around several split-level courtyards to keep it airy with a solid-white façade at its exteriors. There are paintings of elephants, horses, beautiful maidens and doorkeepers on all the doorways. It is said that famous pichwai paintings originated from the custom of painted curtain cloths behind the idol.

Darshan & Aarti Video

Darshan Timings

Official Website of Nathdwara Srinath Ji temple :

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Mount Abu, hill station in Rajasthan : Introduction , How to reach, Major Attraction, Main Eating points, Restaurants, Hotels, Shopping Points.


Mount Abu is the only hill station in Rajasthan, situated very close to the Rajasthan-Gujarat border, in the Aravali hills. The mountain forms a distinct rocky plateau 22km long by 9 km wide. Mount Abu is a part of Sirohi district of Rajasthan. The nearest railhead is Abu Road, about 25 kms away, in the lowlands. Abu Road is on the railway line from Ahmedabad to Marwar Junction (onwards to Jaipur and Delhi or Jodhpur). At Abu Road, car-taxis and cabs are available as well as state transport and private buses to take you to Mt Abu.

How To Reach Mount-Abu

  1. Air : Udaipur (185 km) is the nearest airport. Taxis and buses are available to reach Mount Abu.
  2. Rail : Abu Road (29 km) is the nearest railhead linked with Ahmedabad, Delhi, Jaipur and Jodhpur.
  3. Road : Abu is well connected with Udaipur (185 km), Ahmedabad (221 km) and Jodhpur (326 km).
Major Attraction

  • Dilwara Temples Beautiful Jain temples, carved of white marble, built between the 11th and 13th centuries AD.
  • Nakki Lake :A beautiful lake surrounded by hills on all sides. It is said that various gods dig the earth with their nails (nakh in Hindi) and that's how it derive its name. One can enjoy boating in the lake. Charges are normal - Rs. 75 for half an hour for 2 seater paddle boat and Rs. 150 for half an hour for 4 seater paddle boat.
  • Sunset Point
  • Honeymoon Point
  • Brahma Kumari's Universal Peace Hall And University
  • Guru Shikhar At 1722 meters above sea level, this is the highest peak of the Aravali range Achalgarh A short distance away, a fort built in the 14th century by Rana Kumbha of Mewar. Also houses Jain temples, Achaleswar Mahadev Temple (1412AD) and the Kantinath Temple (1513AD)
  • Adhar Devi Temple
  • Shri Raghunathji Temple
  • Shanker Math
  • Gyan Sarovar
  • Gaumukh
  • Trevors Tank
  • Peace Park
Eating Points

Mount Abu is Very Good place for both Veg And Non Vegetarians. There are lush restaurants like Mulbery in the Hotel Hilltone, Restaurant at Hotel Hillock and in the Market Area. You can enjoy your food at Hotel Shere-e-Punjab - A Dhhabba Type hotel famous for its mouth watering chicken Kadhai,Dhaba Gosht, Chicken lollypop, Chicken 65 etc. There are some Roadside Laaris who also serve tasty Food but, they don't serve very Hygienic food. You Can have a Good Variety of All types of Pans at the Pan Shops across the hill station. There are some Outlets, which offers Wide Range of Icecreams, Shakes, Juices, etc,

Restaurants of Mount-Abu

  • Handi Restaurant (Hotel Hilltone)
  • Mayur (Hotel Hillock)
  • RTDC Restaurant (Hotel Shikhar)
  • Dawat Restaurant
  • Kanak Dining hall
  • Madras Cafe
  • Nakki Lake Sarovar
  • Tekshila

There is a restaurant named Shere-a=punjab in which you take your bottels & relaxed with your drink. You can also order your meal there. It is nice place where you can drink & eat. There are three or four more restaurants who offer such a service.

Shopping in Mount-Abu

There is also a mini market for Rajasthan handicrafts.Marble, sandalwood and sandstone can be bought from the shops around Nakki Lake.Kota sarees, banglesand linen with sanganeri prints are also available. For Rajasthani handicrafts there is Rajasthali, Rajasthan Government Handicrafts Emporium.

Some of the hotels in Mount Abu are

Sun Rise Hotel Palace
Location: Old Bharatpur Kothi, Behind Hillock Hotel, Mount Abu
Phone :02974 -235573, 238775
Tariff : Rs 2,000-4,000. Rooms 20, STD, TV, Laundry, Bar, Room Service

Palace Hotel
Location : Bikaner House, Dilwara Rd, Mount Abu
Phone : 02974 -238673, 235121
Facilities :
Tariff : Rs 2,500-3,000. Rooms 33, STD, TV, Room Service

Jaipur House
Location : Mount Abu
Phone :02974 -235001, 235176
Facilities :
Tariff : Rs 3000-4,000. Rooms 309STD, TV, Room Service

Hotel Shikar
Location : RTDC, Near petrol Pump, Mount Abu
Phone :02974 -238944, 235285
Facilities :
Tariff : Rs 500-2,200. Rooms 56, Restaurant, Room Service, Sight Seeing

Cama Rajputana
Location: Near circuit House, Adhar Devi Rd, Mount Abu
Phone : 02974 -238205
Facilities :
Rooms 42, Tariff Rs.2,750-4000. Restaurant, Ayurvedic Massage, Bar, Gym, TT

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Saturday, March 5, 2011

108 Names of Goddess Parvati with English Meanings

108 Names of Goddess Parvati with English Meanings

1) Aadya – The Initial reality
2) Aarya – Goddess
3) Abhavya – Improper or fear causing
4) Aeindri – Power of God Indra
5) Agnijwala – One who is poignant like fire
6) Ahankaara – One with Pride
7) Ameyaa – One who is beyond measure
8) Ananta – One who is Infinite or beyond measure
9) Ananta – The Infinite
10) Anekashastrahasta – Possessor of many hand weapons
11) AnekastraDhaarini – Possessor of many missile weapons
12) Anekavarna – One who has many complexions
13) Aparna – One who doesnt eat even leaves while fasting
14) Apraudha – One who never gets old
15) Bahula – One who is in various forms
16) Bahulaprema – One who is loved by all
17) Balaprada – The bestower of strength
18) Bhaavini – The Beautiful Woman
19) Bhavya – Represents Future
20) Bhadrakaali – Fierce form of Kali
21) Bhavani – The abode of the universe
22) Bhavamochani – The absolver of the universe
23) Bhavaprita – One who is loved by the universe
24) Bhavya – With Magnificence
25) Braahmi – Power of God Brahma
26) Brahmavaadini – One who is present everywhere
27) Buddhi – Intelligence
28) Buddhida – The bestower of wisdom
29) Chamunda – Slayer of Chanda and Munda (demons)
30) Chandaghanta – One who has mighty bells
31) ChandaMundaVinashini – Destroyer of the ferocious asuras Chanda and Munda
32) Chinta – Tension
33) Chita – Death-bed
34) Chiti – The thinking mind
35) Chitra – The Picturesque
36) Chittarupa – One who is in thought state
37) Dakshakanya – Daughter of Daksha
38) Dakshayajnavinaashini – Interrupter of the sacrifice of Daksha
39) Devamata – Mother Goddess
40) Durga – The Invincible
41) Ekakanya – The girl child
42) Ghorarupa – Having a fierce outlook
43) Gyaana – Full of Knowledge
44) Jalodari – Abode of the ethereal universe
45) Jaya – The Victorious
46) Kaalaratri – Goddess who is black like night
47) Kaishori – The adolescent
48) Kalamanjiiraranjini – Wearing a musical anklet
49) Karaali – The Violent
50) Katyayani – One who is worshipped by sage Katyanan
51) Kaumaari – The adolescent
52) Komaari – The beautiful adolescent
53) Kriya – One who is in action
54) Krrooraa – Brutal (on demons)
55) Lakshmi – Goddess of Wealth
56) Maaheshvari – Power of Lord Mahesha (Shiva)
57) Maatangi – Goddess of Matanga
58) MadhuKaitabhaHantri – Slayer of the demon duo Madhu and Kaitabha
59) Mahaabala – Having immense strength
60) Mahatapa – With severe penance
61) Mahodari – One who has huge belly which stores the universe
62) Manah – Mind
63) Matangamunipujita – Worshipped by Sage Matanga
64) Muktakesha – One who has open tresses
65) Narayani – The destructive aspect of Lord Narayana (Brahma)
66) NishumbhaShumbhaHanani – Slayer of the demon –brothers Shumbha Nishumbha
67) Mahishasura Mardini – Slayer of the bull –demon Mahishasura
68) Nitya – The eternal one
69) Paatala – Red in color
70) Paatalavati – Wearing red –color attire
71) Parameshvari – The Ultimate Goddess
72) Pattaambaraparidhaana – Wearing a dress made of leather
73) Pinaakadharini – One who holds the trident of Shiva
74) Pratyaksha – One who is real
75) Praudha – One who is old
76) Purushaakriti – One who takes the form of a man
77) Ratnapriya – Adorned or loved by jewels
78) Raudramukhi – One who has a fierce face like destroyer Rudra
79) Saadhvi – The Sanguine
80) Sadagati – Always in motion, bestowing Moksha (salvation)
81) Sarvaastradhaarini – Possessor of all the missile weapons
82) Sarvadaanavaghaatini – Possessing the power to kill all the demons
83) Sarvamantramayi – One who possess all the instruments of thought
84) Sarvashaastramayi – One who is deft in all theories
85) Sarvavahanavahana – One who rides all vehicles
86) Sarvavidya – Knowledgeable
87) Sati – One who got burned alive
89) Satta – One who is above all
90) Satya – The truth
91) Satyanandasvarupini – Form of Eternal bliss
92) Savitri – Daughter of the Sun God Savitr
93) Shaambhavi – Consort of Shambhu
94) Shivadooti – Ambassador of Lord Shiva
95) Shooldharini – One who holds a monodent
96) Sundari – The Gorgeous
97) Sursundari – Extremely Beautiful
98) Tapasvini – one who is engaged in penance
99) Trinetra – One who has three –eyes
100) Vaarahi – One who rides on Varaah
101) Vaishnavi – The invincible
102) Vandurga – Goddess of forests
103) Vikrama – Violent
104) Vimalauttkarshini – One who provides joy
105) Vishnumaya – Spell of Lord Vishnu
106) Vriddhamaata – The old mother (loosely)
107) Yati – Ascetic, one who renounces the world
108) Yuvati – The Woman

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Pradosh Vrat : Introduction, Significance, Katha (Pradosh Vrata), Procedure, Udyapan / Ending, Dates in 2011, Pardosh Shotram

Pradosh Fast is observed on Trayodashi of every Moon month(Chandra Masa). This fast is kept in both Krishna and Shukla Paksha. The time of 2 hours 24 minutes, after sunset is known as Pradosh time. It keep changes according to the different territories. Normally, a period between sunset and starting of night is considered as Pradosh Kaal.

It is believed, that in Pradosh Kaal, Lord Bholenath, perform dance on Mount Kailash in a pleased mood. Devotees of Lord Shiva should observe the Pradosh Vrat of Trayodashi Tithi in a systematic way.

This fast joins a person with religious practices and salvation, and, free from the shackles of mean working. In this fast Lord Shiva is worshiped. People doing this Puja, get relived from their poverty, death, sadness and loans.

Pradhosha Vrata Significance

According to the Shiva Puranas, observing a fast on Pradosham Vratam is regarded as highly auspicious and beneficial. One would be blessed with wealth, children, happiness and honor. While the fast is undertaken by all Shiva devotees, but all women who have been longing for a son specially observe this. Also, praying to Lord Shiva during the course of the fast is said to liberate the devotee from all his previous and present sins and evil deeds committed. According to one legend, Lord Shiva is believed to have drunk the Halahala poison during Pradosham. This poison was mixed with the Ocean of Milk (Samudra Manthan).

uspicious Fruits of Pradosham Fasting
Different benefits are obtained by Pradosh Vrat as per the different days. Like,
As, Trayodashi is falling on Monday, this fast provides with good health. Observing Pradosh Vrat of Trayodashi helps to fulfil our wishes. The pradosh fast of Trayodashi, falling on Tuesday of a month, cure diseases and provide with benefits of health. And, Pradosh Vrat, of Wednesday, has chances of fulfilling the wishes of person observing the fast.
Guru Pradosh Vrat is observed for the destruction of enemies. Pradosh Vrat of Saturday is observed for the pleasure and happiness of married life. Also, people expecting to conceive a child, should observe this Pradosh fast of Saturday. When Praodsh Vrat is kept, keeping in mind the motive of fast then, the benefits gained from fasting are more fruitful.

Udyapan(Ending) of Pradosh Vrat

After keeping the fast for 11 or 26 Trayodashi, the Vrat is concluded. It is also known by the name of Udyapan.

Procedure of Udyapan of Pradosh Vrat

For the conclusion of this fast, Trayodashi Tithi is selected. One day before Udyapan, Lord Ganesha is worshiped. One night before, Kritan and Jagran are performed. Early in the morning, the Mandap is made and decorated with clothes and lotus flowers. A rosary of (108 times) "ऊँ उमा सहित शिवाय नम:" is chanted and hawan is performed. Kheer is used in Aahuti(offering) in Hawan.
After the Hawan is over, Aarti of God Bholenath is performed and Peace mantra(Shanti Path) is recited. At the end, two Brahmans are offered food. Also, alms are given as per ones capacity and blessing are taken.

Pradosh Fast Dates and Days 2011

Chandra Masa Date Day
Paush Krishna 1 January Saturday
Paush Shukla 17 January Monday
Magh Krishna 31 January Monday
Magh Shukla 16 February Wednesday
Falgun Krishna 02 March Wednesday
Falgun Shukla 17 March Thursday
Chaitra Krishna 31 March Thursday
Chaitra Shukla 15 April Friday
Vaishakh Krishna 30 April Saturday
Vaishakh Shukla 15 May Sunday
Jyeshta Krishna 30 May Monday
Jyeshta Shukla 13 June Monday
Aashad Krishna(Bhum) 28 June Tuesday
Aashad Shukla(Bhum) 12 July Tuesday
Shravan Krishna 28 July Tuesday
Shravan Shukla 11 August Thursday
Bhadrapad Krishna 26 August Friday
Bhadrapad Shukla 09 September Friday
Ashwin Krishna 25 September Sunday
Ashwin Shukla 09 October Sunday
Kartik Krishna 24 October Monday
Kartik Shukla 08 November Tuesday
Margshirsh Krishna 23 November Wednesday
Margshrish Shukla 07 December Wednesday
Paush Krishna 22 December Thursday

Pradosh Shotram

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Sri Lakshmi Narasimha Karavalamba Stotram Lyrics - Lakshmi Nrsimha, Prayer Devotional Video

Sri Lakshmi Narasimha Karavalamba Stotram Lyrics - Lakshmi Nrsimha Prayer

Srimat Payonidhi Nikethana Chakra Pane,
Bhogeendra Bhoga Mani Rajitha Punya Moorthe,
Yogeesa Saswatha Saranya Bhabdhi Potha,
Lakshmi Nrsimha Mama Dehi Karavalambam 1

Oh Great God Lakshmi Nrsimha,
Who lives in the ocean of milk,
Who holds the holy wheel as weapon,
Who wears the gems of the head,
Of Adhisesha as ornaments,
Who has the form of good and holy deeds,
Who is the permanent protection of sages,
And who is the boat which helps us cross,
This ocean of misery called life,
Please give me the protection of your hands.

Brahmendra, Rudra Arka Kireeta Koti,
Sangattithangri Kamala Mala Kanthi Kantha,
Lakshmi Lasath Kucha Saroruha Raja Hamsa,
Lakshmi Nrsimha Mama Dehi Karavalambam 2

Oh Great God Lakshmi Nrsimha,
Whose feet is touched by the crowns,
Of Brahma, Indra, Shiva and Sun,
Whose shining feet adds to his effulgence,
And who is the royal swan playing,
Near the breasts of Goddess Lakshmi,
Please give me the protection of your hands.

Samsara Gora Gahane Charathe Murare,
Marogra Bheekara Mruga Pravardhithasya,
Aarthasya Mathsara Nidha Chain Peedithasya,
Lakshmi Nrsimha Mama Dehi Karavalambam 3

Oh Great God Lakshmi Narsimha,
Oh Lord who killed the Asura called Mura,
I have been traveling in the dark forests of day to day life,
Where I have been terrified by the lion called desire,
And scorched by the heat called competition, and so,
Please give me the protection of your hands.

Samsara Koopam Adhi Ghora Magadha Moolam,
Samprapya Dukha Satha Sarpa Samakulasya,
Dheenasya Deva Krupana Padamagadasya,
Lakshmi Nrsimha Mama Dehi Karavalambam 4

Oh Great God Lakshmi Narasimha,
I have reached the very dangerous and deep,
Bottom of the well of day to day life,
And also being troubled by hundreds,
Of miseries which are like serpents,
And am really miserable and have,
Reached the state of wretchedness and so,
Please give me the protection of your hands.

Samsara Sagara Vishala Karala Kala,
Nakra Graham Grasana Nigraha Vigrahasya,
Vyagrasya Raga Rasanormini Peedithasya,
Lakshmi Nrsimha Mama Dehi Karavalambam 5

Oh Great God Lakshmi Nrsimha,
I have reached this wide unfathomable ocean of day to day life,
And I have been caught by black deadly,
Crocodiles called time which are killing me
And I am also afflicted by waves of passion,
And attachments to pleasures like taste and so,
Please give me the protection of your hands.

Samasra Vrukshamagha Bheeja Manantha Karma,
Sakha Satham Karana Pathramananga Pushpam,
Aroohasya Dukha Phalitham Pathatho Dayalo,
Lakshmi Nrsimha Mama Dehi Karavalambam 6

Oh Great God Lakshmi Nrsimha,
I have climbed the tree of worldly life,
Which grew from the seed of great sin,
Which has hundreds of branches of past karmas,
Which has leaves which are parts of my body,
Which has flowers which are the result of Venus,
And which has fruits called sorrow,
But I am falling down from it fast and so,
Please give me the protection of your hands.

Samsara Sarpa Ghana Vakthra Bhyogra Theevra,
Damshtra Karala Visha Daghdha Vinashta Murthe,
Naagari Vahana Sudhabhdhi Nivasa Soure,
Lakshmi Nrsimha Mama Dehi Karavalambam 7

Oh Great God Lakshmi Nrsimha,
Oh, Lord who rides on the enemy of snakes,
Oh, Lord who lives in the ocean of nectar,
The serpent of family life has opened,
Its fearful mouth with very dangerous,
Fangs filled with terrible venom,
Which has destroyed me and so,
Please give me the protection of your hands.

Samsara Dava Dahanathura Bheekaroru,
Jwala Valee Birathi Dhighdha Nooruhasya,
Thwat Pada Padma Sarasi Saranagathasya,
Lakshmi Nrsimha Mama Dehi Karavalambam 8

Oh Great God Lakshmi Nrsimha,
I have been scarred badly by the fire of daily life,
And even every single hair of my body,
Has been singed by its fearful flames,
And I have taken refuge in the lake of your lotus feet, and so,
Please give me the protection of your hands.

Samsara Jala Pathithasya Jagan Nivasa,
Sarvendriyartha Badisartha Jashopamasya,
Proth Ganditha Prachoora Thaluka Masthakasya,
Lakshmi Nrsimha Mama Dehi Karavalambam 9

Oh Great God Lakshmi Nrsimha,
I have been caught in this net of daily life,
And all my organs are caught in that web,
And the five senses which is the hook,
Tears apart my head from me, and so,
Please give me the protection of your hands.

Samsara Bheekara Kareeendra Karabhigatha,
Nishpishta Marmma Vapusha Sakalarthi Nasa,
Prana Prayana Bhava Bhhethi Samakulasya,
Lakshmi Nrsimha Mama Dehi Karavalambam 10

Oh Great God Lakshmi Nrsimha,
I have been struck by the fearful king of elephants,
Which is the worldly illusion, and my vital parts,
Have been completely crushed, and I suffer,
From thoughts of life and death, and so,
Please give me the protection of your hands.

Andhasya Me Viveka Maha Danasya,
Chorai Prabho Bhalibhi Rindriya Nama Deyai,
Mohanda Koopa Kuhare Vinipathathasya,
Lakshmi Nrsimha Mama Dehi Karavalambam 11

Oh Great God Lakshmi Nrsimha,
I have become blind because, the sense of discrimination,
Has been stolen from me by the thieves of ‘senses’,
And I who am blind, have fallen in to the deep well of passion, and so,
Please give me the protection of your hands.

Baddhvaa Gale Yamabhataa Bahutarjayantah,
Karshhanti Yatra Bhavapaashashatairyutam Maam.
Ekaakinam Paravasham Chakitam Dayaalo
Lakshmi Nrsimha Mama Dehi Karavalambam 12

Oh Great God Lakshmi Nrsimha,
I have been tied by the soldiers of the God of death,
By numerous ropes of worldly attachments,
And they are dragging me along by the noose around the neck,
And I am alone, tired and afraid, and so Oh merciful one,
Please give me the protection of your hands.

Lakshmi Pathe Kamala Nabha Suresa Vishno,
Vaikunta Krishna Madhu Soodhana Vishwaroopa,
Brahmanya Kesava Janardhana Chakrapane,
Devesa Dehi Krupanasya Karavalambam 13

Oh King of Devas,
Who is the Lord of Lakshmi, who has a lotus on his belly,
Who is Vishnu, the lord of all heavenly beings, who is Vaikunta,
Who is Krishna , who is the slayer of Madhu,
Who is one with lotus eyes, Who is the knower of Brahman,
Who is Kesava, Janardhana, Vasudeva,
Please give me the protection of your hands.

Ekena Chakramaparena Karena Shamkha-
Manyena Sindhutanyaaamavalambya Tishhthan,
Vaame Karena Varadaabhayapadmachihnam,
Lakshmi Nrsimha Mama Dehi Karavalambam 14

Oh Great God Lakshmi Nrsimha,
Who holds Sudarshana, the holy wheel in one hand,
Who holds the conch in the other hand,
Who embraces the daughter of ocean by one hand,
And the fourth hand signifies protection and boons, and so,
Please give me the protection of your hands.

Samsaara Saagara Nimajjana Muhyamaanam
Diinam Vilokaya Vibho Karunaanidhe Maam,
Prahlaada Kheda Parihaara Paraavataara
Lakshmi Nrsimha Mama Dehi Karavalambam 15

Oh Great God Lakshmi Nrsimha,
I am drowned in the ocean of day to day life,
Please protect this poor one, oh, Lord, Oh treasure of compassion,
Just as you took a form to remove the sorrows of Prahlada, and so,
Please give me the protection of your hands.

Prahlaada Naarada Paraashara Pundariika-
Vyaasaadi Bhaagavata Pungavah Rinnivaasa ,
Bhaktaanurakta Paripaalana Paarijaata,
Lakshmi Nrsimha Mama Dehi Karavalambam 16

Oh Great God Lakshmi Nrsimha,
Who dwells in the hearts of great sages like Prahlada,
Narada, Parashara, Pundarika and Vyasa,
Who loves his devotees and is the wish giving tree,
That protects them, and so,
Please give me the protection of your hands.

Lakshminrisimha Charana Abja Madhuvratena
Stotram Kritam Shubhakaram Bhuvi Shankarena
Ye Tatpathanti Manujaa Haribhakti Yuktaa-
Ste Yaanti Tatpada Saroja Makhandaruupam 17

This prayer which blesses earth with good things,
Is composed by Sankara who is a bee,
Drinking deeply the honey from the lotus feet of Lakshmi Nrsimha,
And those humans who are blessed with devotion to Hari,
Will attain the lotus feet of the Brahman.

Sri Lakshmi Nrsimha Padarpanamasthu

Dedicated to the feet of Lord Lakshmi Nrsimha.


Lakshmi Narasimha Karavalamba Stotram Video - Devotional Video Song

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Tuesday, March 1, 2011

MahaShivratri, Shivratri Puja, Happy Shivratri, Om Namah Shivaya, Shivratri, Lord Shiva Wallpapers, Pictures, Photos & Videos

MahaShivratri, Shivratri Puja, Happy Shivratri, Om Namah Shivaya, Shivratri, Lord Shiva Wallpapers, Pictures, Photos & Videos

Maha Shiva Ratri Song - Rudrashtakam

Maha Shivratri

Maha Shiv Ratri Puja at SidhhiDham Mandir 2010

Shiva Tandava Stotram
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