Thursday, 23 June 2011

Ganapathy Mantra


MANAGAL STROTRA: “Ganapathy Vigan Raajo Lambatundo Gajanana Dhavimaturshache heramab ek dantu Ganadhisha Vinayaka shacharu karna Pashupaloo bhavatmaja Divda shytani namani paratruthaya yaha pattetha. Vishavam tasaye bhaveva dashayam na cha viganam bavetha kavachitho.”

MAGALDAYAK PRATHANA:  Gajanana Bhutgandhi sevitatam, Kapitatha jambuphala charu Bhakshanam Umasutam shoka vinashakarakam Namami viganeshvar padamapankajam Vakartunda mahakaya surya koti samprabha Nivigana kurumedeva sarva kareshu sarvada Raksha raksha ganadhaksha, raksha trilokya rakshak  Bhakthanamabhayam kartha tratha bhav bhavaranvatah Davimatur krupasindhe, shanmaturagraja prabhu Vardasatavam varandehi vanchitam vaanichatatard Vigneshvaraya vardhaye surpriyas
Lambudhraya sakalya jagat tritraya Naganayan shruti yagan vibhuvitaya
Goruisutaye gannath namu namaste Lambudara namastubham satam modak priye Nivigam krume deva, sarva kareshu sarvada Bhagata trinashana paraaya ganeshvaraya Sarveshraya shubdaya sureshvarya Vidyadharaya vikataya cha vamnaye Bhakat prasanna vardaya namu nameste
Namaste bhramarupye vishnurupye te namah Namaste rudra rupaye kati rupaye Te namah Namaste bhramarupye vishnurupye Te namah Namaste rudra rupaye kati rupaye te namah Vishava rupaye svarupaye namaste bhramacharine Bhakta priye devay namastubam vinaka Ta vigan shatru darnethi cha sundareti Bhakata priyeti sukhadeti phalapradeti Vidya pradyatharati cha ye stuvanti Tebhu ganesh vardho bhav nityameva Ganesh poojane karma yanunamadikam krutam Tene savarna sarvatama prasanostu sadamama Anaya poojaye sidhi budhi sahito maha ganapathi pritamam Na mamaha.

GANAPATHI STROTRA:  “Param dham pram bramha pramesham parmeshvaram
Vigan nigan karam shantam pushtam kantamanatkam Surasurendra sidhendra stutam sthumi prathaparam Sur padma dinesham cha ganesham mangalayam Indra strotram mahapuniya vigan shoka haram param Yaa pattetah pratruthaye sarva vignath pramuchathe.”

DEITY
OBJECTIVE
METHODS AND MANTRAS
I) Ganesh
1) To remove obstacles from all areas of life.
2) For the accomplishment of desires, intelligence and fame.
1) Chanting the mantras from Atharvasheersha.
2) Sprinkling of water or milk on the idol of Ganesh.
3) Offering made in the form of 1000 'Modaks' and 'Durva' grass.
4) Mantras should be chanted for 1000 times.



II) Vakratunda Ganesh
1) For the attainment of wealth and prosperity.
1) Chanting the six lettered 'Vakratunda mantra' for 6, 00,000 times.
MANTRA
OM VAKRATUNDAAY HOOM



III) Uchchhishta Ganapati
1) To regain lost wealth.
2) To restart the sick and closed factories.
3) To remove the hurdles in business.
4) For defeating enemies.
5) Fulfillment of desires.
1) MANTRA
OM HASTI PISHACHI LIKHE SWAHA
2) Chanting the above mantra for 1, 00,000 times.



IV) Uchchishta Ganapati
1) To accomplish all desires.
2) To acquire wealth and property.
3) For begetting children and fame.
1) MANTRA
OM NAMO BHAGWATE KDANSHTRAAYA SAPTATRINSHADA-KSHARAATMAKAM
2) Above mantra should be chanted for 1, 00,000 times.



V) Laxmi Vinayak
1) For increasing wealth
1) MANTRA
OM SHRIM GAM SAUMYAY.
2) Above mantra should be chanted for 4, 00,000 times.



VII) Parthiva Ganesh
1) For getting released from prison.
1) MANTRA
OM NAMO HERAMBAMADAMOHIT MAM SANKARANNIVARAY NIVARAY SWAHA

2) Above mantra should be chanted for 1000 times daily.

3) Worship of Parthiva Ganesh should be done by increasing the number of idols made of turmeric daily for 21 days and from the 22nd day worship should be done by decreasing the numbers of idols. For example, on the 1st day, one idol of Haridra Ganapati should be made. On the second day one more idol should be added and so on.
SHIVA
1) For salvation from sins.
2) For acquiring desired wealth.
3) To be free from disease.
4) For a long life.
5) For peace in the family.
1) MANTRA
NAMAH SHIVAAY
2) Mantra given above should be chanted for 24,00,000 times.
3) Offerings should be made to the sacrificial ladle (Havan) for 2,40,000 times or 24,000 times.
SHIVA
1) For becoming popular.
2) To attain fortune and prosperity.
MANTRA
1)
HRIM OM NAMAH SHIVAY HRIM
2) The above mantra should be chanted for 14,00,000 times.
3) Offerings should be made to the sacrificial ladle 14,000 times.
SHIVA
1) To prevent a premature and painful death.
2) To get cured from incurable diseases
1) 'Tarpan' and Marjan (sprinkling of holy water to the deities)
2) Feeding the Brahmins.
3) Chanting of 'Mahamrityunjay Jap'100,000 times consisting of six 'OM's.
4) Offerings should be made to the sacrificial ladle for 10,000 times.
SHIVA
1) To neutralize the ill effects of planets.
2) To eliminate the sorrow due to relative's death.
3) For the following purposes -
a) if dismissed from a job.
b) if business is liquidated.
c) If there are obstacles in business.
d) If demoted.
e) To prevent premature death.
f) To get cured from incurable disease.
1) 'Tarpan' and 'Marjan' (sprinkling of holy water to the deities.
2) Feeding the Brahmins.
3) Chanting of Mahamrityunjay Jap consisting of 14 'OM's for 1,00,000 times.
SHIVA
1) For a long and healthy life and to get cured from many diseases like epilepsy, tuberculosis, uterus-related diseases, piles, hemorrhage, etc.
2) To achieve wealth and prosperity.
3) For students, to acquire knowledge, and wealth.
4) Desire for a son.
1) Chanting the 'Mahamrityunjay' for 1,00,000 times.
2) Offering should be made to the sacrificial ladle for 10,000 times.
3) 'Tarpan' and 'Marjan' (sprinkling of water to the deities)
RUDRA (SHIVA)
1) To get a beautiful wife and a good house.
2) For acquiring wealth.
1) MANTRA
OM NAMO BHAGWATE RUDRAAY
Chanting the above mantra for 10,00,000 times.
2) Offering should be made to the sacrificial ladle or 1,00,000 times.
3) 'Shadang Rudrabhishek'.
SHIVA
1) To get free from sins acquired by burning other's property, alcoholism, stealing gold, visiting prostitutes.
SHATARUDRIYA ABHISHEK
SHIVA
1) To neutralize the ill effects of planets.
2) To get cured from fever and other diseases.
3) For liberation from ill effects of sins.
1) Laghu Rudra (121 repetitions of Rudradhyay)
1) To get cured from the maladies by sprinkling water with Kusha wetted in water.
2) For increase in wealth, by sprinkling curd on the deity (Shiva).
3) For acquiring wealth by sprinkling sugarcane juice.
4) Sprinkling the deity with honey and ghee gives wealth.
5) Sprinkling the deity with milk gives 'son' to even a barren woman.
6) Sprinkling of sugar dissolved in water on Shiva also gives a son.
7) Pouring stream of sugar dissolved in water increases intelligence.
8) Repetition of Rudradhyay could be increased or decreased according to the requirements.
9) For the cure of tuberculosis, sprinkle the deity with honey.
10) For getting employment, sprinkling the deity with milk.
SHIVA
To destroy 'State-fears'. To prevent premature death. For health, fame and wealth etc. (Applicable to one and all)
Study of Maharudra once.
SHIVA
To accomplish impossible tasks
Study of Maharudra (thrice)
SHIVA
To acquire authority, power and political-administrative powers
Study of Maharudra (nine times).
SHIVA
To prevent re-birth
Study of Maharudra (nine times).
SHIVA
To attain divinity
Study of Atirudra (once).
SHIVA
1) To be freed from fear of ghosts and other supernatural/evil forces.
2) To get cured from incurable diseases.
3) To acquire knowledge.
4) To acquire wealth.
5) To beget a son.
6) To beget a daughter.
7) For a barren woman aspiring for a son.
8) To gain authority and power.
9) To get a beautiful wife.
10) For a man aspiring for land.
11) For prevention of problems related with child.
12) For prevention of worldly sorrow and poverty.
13) For fulfillment of all desires.
1)Worship of 1,00,000 Parthiva lingas.
3) Worship of 1000 lingas.
4) Worship of 5000 lingas.
5) Worship of 7000 lingas.
6) Worship of 300 lingas.
7) Worship of 10,000 lingas.

8) Worship of 1,00,000 lingas.
9) Worship of 1,05,000 lingas.
10) Worship of 1,000 lingas.
11) Normally, the worship of 1,25,000 lingas is described but it can be increased or decreased as per the requirement.
DURGA
For acquiring comforts, happiness and wealth
For removal 0f 'State-fears'
For defeating the opposition
For becoming free from debts
For liberation from bondages
For the welfare of the family
To prevent all kinds of calamities and distress
For success in all walks of life and for acquiring authority and power
Durgaspatashati.- (Durga)
DURGA
For the pacification of the planets and for neutralization of their ill effects
For the removal of great fears
For attainment of peace
To get favours from an authority and administrative officers
For the accomplishment of tasks
Nav Chandi (Durga)

Mantra for Ganesh Jee
A Special Collection of Ganesha Mantra
from Sadguru Sant Keshavadas' Book, Lord Ganesha
Ganesh Mantra are Siddhi Mantra. Each Mantra contains certain specific powers of Lord Ganesh. When chanted with the proper Praanaayam (rhythmic breathing) and sincere devotion, they will yield good results. In general, Ganesh Mantra will ward off all evils and bless the devotee with abundance, prudence and success. Evil spirits dare not enter the home or the mind of the devotee where Ganesh Mantra are recited. Those so mystically inclined and knowledgeable of the seven Chakra below the Moolaadhaar Chakra use these powerful incantations under the direction of the Guru to close off these regions of the mind one by one and free consciousness from deep depression, confusion, jealousy, rage, lingering anger and fear. Some such Mantra are given below for the spiritual benefit of the readers.
One more point to remember here is that one should bathe or wash the limbs before sitting for repetition of the Mantra. Also, one should do three or more Praanaayaam before beginning the chanting of Mantra. The minimum repetition of the mantra should be one full Maalaa (of 108 beads) or 108 times. When this is done at a fixed hour and place regularly for 48 days, it becomes an Upaasanaa, which means intense meditation, that will yield Siddhi, or spiritual powers. Another warning to bear in mind is that one should use these powers only for healing the sick and other such selfless actions for the benefit of mankind. These powers should not be misused. Misuse of power may bring the curse of the Asur.
Aum gam ganapataye namah
This is a Mantra from Ganapati Upanishad. One may always use it before beginning a journey, a new course in school, new career or job, or before entering into any new contract or business so that impediments are removed and your endeavor may be crowned with success.
Aum shree ganeshaaya namah
This Mantra itself is invocation of Ganesh Jee. It is usually taught to children for their good education. It increases their memory power, and they become successful in their examinations. Of course, people of any age may use this Mantra when taking courses in a school or university, and for success in attaining their degree.
Aum vakratundaaya hum
This is a very powerful Mantra, as discussed in the Ganesh Puraan. When something is not working properly, individually or universally, nationally or internationally, or when the minds of the people turn crooked, negative, depressed or discouraged, the attention of Ganesh may be drawn by this Mantra to straighten their ways. The HUM symbolizes "Delay no more, my Lord, in straightening the paths of the crooked-minded ones." This Mantra is used many times in Ganesh Puraan to curb the atrocities of cruel demons. In addition, this Mantra could also be used for healing any spinal deficiency, such as curvature of the spine or curved limbs. Dedicate 1,008 repetitions of this holy word to straighten and heal such deficiencies.
Aum kshipraa prasaadaaya namah
Kshipraa means instantaneous. If some danger or negative energy is coming your way and you don't know how to get rid of that trouble, with true devotion, practice this Mantra for quick blessing and purification of one's aura.
Aum shrim hrim klim glaum gam ganapataye vara varad sarv gyaaname vashamanaaya swaahaa
There are several beej (seed) Mantra in this Mantra. Among other things, it signals, "Shower your blessings, O Lord. I offer my ego as an oblation."
Aum sumukhaaya namah
This Mantra has a lot of meaning, but to make it simple, it means you will be always very beautiful in soul, in spirit, in face, everything. By meditating on this Mantra, very pleasing manners and a beauty comes on you. Along with that comes peace, which constantly dances in your eyes; and the words you speak are all filled with that power of love.
Aum ekdantaaya namah
Ekdant refers to one tusk in the elephant face, which means God broke the duality and made you to have a one-pointed mind. Whoever has that oneness of mind and single-minded devotion will achieve everything.
Aum kapilaaya namah
Kapilaa (red) means that you are able to give color therapy. You are able to create colors around yourself and around others, bathe them in that color and heal them. As per the Mantra you create, so will you create the colors. Another meaning of Kapilaa is "wish cow," the "cow of plenty." It means that whatever you wish, that comes true. There is a wish-cow inside you. Whatever you wish, especially for healing others, comes true immediately.

Aum gajkarnikaaya namah
The ears of Ganesh, the elephant, are constant fanning, which means people may talk a lot, but you are not receiving inside anything other than that which is important. It also means that you can sit anywhere and tune this cosmic television (the body) with seven channels (Chakra) and all 72,000 Naadee, to any Lok and be able to hear ancestors, angels, the voice of God or the voice of prophets. That kind of inner ear you will develop through this Mantra.
Aum lambodaraaya namah
This means you feel that you are this universe, that all the universes are within you. Like an entire tree is in the seed, the whole universe is in the sound of creation, which is Aum, and that Aum consciousness in you makes you feel that you are the universe. Therefore, if you say, realizing the oneness with the universe, "shaanti to the world" every day, then the grace of God will come and there will be world peace, universal peace. It is the universe within Aum and Aum within you.
Aum vikataaya namah
This means realizing this world as a dream or a drama. When you are in that high consciousness, this whole world looks like a dream. All of us have taken a role. We have to play our role in life as wife or husband or children or citizens, all consistent with the role we have taken. When an actor bitten by a sponge cobra that is brought on the stage, falls, the entire audience cries; but that boy who has fallen knows it was not a real cobra and he is not dead. Life is a drama -- definitely life in this material world, this physical world of ego, is a drama. But inside, like the boy on the stage who is quite happy knowing that he didn't die by the bite of the sponge cobra, like that, the truth never dies in us; it is immortal. So everything else you consider as drama. That consciousness comes to you by knowing this Mantra.
Aum vighn naashaanaaya namah
This Mantra invokes the Ganesh to remove every impediment in your life and in your works. By constant meditation on this Mantra, all obstacles and blocked energy in your physical and astral bodies are released.
Aum vinaayakaaya namah
Vinaayak is the name of Ganesh in the golden age. So by realizing this Mantra, your life will have a golden age. In your office, in your work, you'll be the boss. Vinaayak means something under control. Vinaayak means the Lord of problems.
Aum dhoomraketu namah
Halley's Comet is called Dhoomraketu in the Ved. Whenever Halley's Comet appears, on the whole planet Earth, and in other places also, there is fear and terror. The guiding masters and those who have the wisdom to face it will all withdraw to the higher worlds. Important people die during that time, and bloodshed and various other problems come. To overcome that, it's important for us to remember this Mantra for world peace.
Aum gandhyakshaaya namah
This mantra is so important. Suppose you have a group, a country, neighbors, or any kind of group therapy, group healing or a whole country needing healing, then you have to bring that entire group to your mind's arena and say this Mantra. A group healing takes place by this Mantra.
Aum bhaalachandraaya namah
In Sanskrit, bhaal means the center forehead. Chandra means the crescent moon. Bhaalachandra means that Chakra from where the nectar drips. That is the secret of all healing. It is to feel yourself as Shiv, identifying yourself with the Truth and feeling constantly that you are carrying the crescent moon, the symbol of growth and nectar and peace.

Gayatri Mantra - This is a very powerful mantra 108 times daily in the morning as well as in the evening will benefit you immensely. 
Benefits:- Helps you getting out of any trouble, financial, health, mental illness, depression, tension, stress etc...
Useful on Diabetes, Overweight, Speech disorder, brain related illness or problems, forgetfulness, epilepsy etc...

Ganesh Mantra: This is a mantra which helps activating all the ashta chakra in our body. 
Benefits: It helps sharpen your memory.  Gives success in examinations, debate competitions, very beneficial for writers, poets & everyone doing a creative work.
Shiva Mantra: - Gives inner strength, health.
Mahalakshmi Mantra:- Gives wealth. If you recite this mantra daily 108 times financial worries, trouble will go away.
Peedahari Mantra: Removes all sorrow, hardships, difficulties, failures etc...
Gayatri Mantra for Heart Trouble: This form of Gayatri Mantra is very useful for persons with heart trouble.  blood pressure, asthma, Those who have a family history of heart trouble, should recite this mantra every day right from the childhood.
Mantra to cure illness related to nervous system: This mantra if recited daily 1008 times cures illnesses like hysteria, mental instability, depression, severe regular headache.

Atharvasheersha.
Shri Ganapati Atharvashirsha was written by Atharva Rishi who had Ganpati Darshan. It is customary to invoke the name of Lord Ganesha before beginning anything. This page gives the meaning of Shri Ganpati Atharvashirsha. To download the audio of Ganapati Atharvashirsha(3394 KB) click here for the mp3 format. I acquired this meaning from somewhere on the internet. If you think there is any mistake in the meaning somewhere, please feel free to email me.
Om Namste Ganpataye Tvameva Pratyaksham Tatvamasi Tvamev Kevalam Kartasi Tvamev Kevalam Dhartasi Tvamev Kevlam Hartasi Tvamev Sarvam Khalvidam Bramhasi Tvam Sakshadatmasi Nityam || 1 ||

O Lord Ganesha  I Pay my deep homage to you, the Lord of the Deva-Gana  You are the first facet of the Bramha-Tatva to arise  You have alone created this Entire universe You alone can maintain this universe  You are indeed the all conquering supreme Lord  Indeed you are the "ATMA" || 1 ||

Rritam Vachmi Satyam Vachmi || 2 ||

Speak noble fact Speak complete Truth || 2 ||

Ava tvam Mam , Ava Vaktaram  Ava Shrotaram Ava Dataram Ava Dhataram Avanuchanamv Shishyam Ava Paschatat Ava Purastat Avo Uttaratat Ava Dakshinatat Ava chordhvatat Ava Dharatat Sarvatomam Pahi Pahi Samantat || 3 ||

Protect me  Protect the one who Describes you  Protect all who hear about your characteristics Protect me & the disciples who are under Tutelage  Protect me from the obstacles (which arise during Rituals) From the east (Similarly) Protect me from the West, From the North From the South Protect me from above & below Protect me from all directions || 3 ||

Tvam Vangmayastvam Chinmaya Tvam Anandmayastvam Bramhamaya Tvam Sachitananda Dvitiyosi Tvam Pratyaksham Bramhasi Tvam Jnanmayo Vijnanamayo Asi || 4 ||

You are the constituent of speech You are Joy & Immortal Consciousness You are Truth, Mind & Bliss... one without a second You are none other than divinity You are Knowledge of Gross & Subtle types || 4 ||

Sarvam Jagadidam Tatvo Jayate Sarvam Jagadidam Tvat Sti Shastati  Sarvam Jagadidam Tvay Layamesyati Sarvam Jagadidam Tvayi Pratyeti Tvam Bhumi Rapo Nalo Nilo Nabha Tvam Chatvarim Vak Padaini || 5 ||

All the Universes manifest due to you  All the Universes are sustained by you  All the Universes get destroyed in you  All the Universes finally get merged in you You alone are Earth. Water, Fire, Air & Either  You are the 4 types of speech & the root source of sound || 5 ||

Tvam Guna Traya Atitaha Tvam Deha Treya Atitaha Tvam Kala Treya Atitaha Tvam Avastreya Atitaha Tvam Muladhar Stiti Yosi Nityam  Tvam Shakti Treya Atmakaha Tvam Yogino Dhayayanti Nityam  Tvam Bramhastvan, Vishnustvam, Rudrastvam, Indrastvam Agnistvam, Vayustvam, Suryastvam, Chndramastvam, Bramha Bhur Bhuva Svorom || 6 ||

You are beyond the 3 'GUNAS', (Satva; Pure, Rajas: Activating & Tamas: Dull)  You are beyond the 3 Bodies; (Gross, Subtle & Casual)  You are beyond Past, Present & Future (3 State of Time)  You are beyond 3 states of being; (Awake, dream & Deep Sleep)  You always Reside in the "MULADHARA" Chakra  You are the trinity of Power; (Creative Maintaining & Destructive Powers)  Sages always Meditate on you  You are the creator. Sustainer, Destroyer, The Lord of 3 worlds, Fire, Air, Sun, Moon, You are all inclusive & all Pervading || 6 ||

Ganadim Purvamuccharaya Varnadim Tada Nantaram Anusvara Paratarah Ardhendu Lasitam Taren Hridam Etatva Manu Svarupam Gakarah Purva Rupam Akaro Madhyam Rupam Anu Svaraschantya Rupam Bindu Ruta Rupam  Nadah Sandhanam  Sagm Hitaa Sandihi  Sesha Ganeshvidhya  Ganal Rishi; Nichrud Gayatri chandah  Ganpatir devata  Om 'GUNG' Ganpataye Namah || 7 ||

After Describing the Characteristics & Cosmic Attributes Of Lord Ganesha, Atharvan Rishi Gives us the Sacred "GANESH VIDYA" i.e. the Mantra which Reveals the Sacred Form of Lord Ganesh. The Letter "GA" is to be enunciated, following by "NA" This one word Mantra is then Potentiated with the "PRANAVA" "OM". This is Sacred Mantra. (In order to make it Simpler, Atharvan Rishi Present the above easier FASHION, Remember that Knowledge was transmitted orally in those days.)  "GA" is the first part, "Na" is the middle & end "UM" formed by the bindu is conjoined with the foregoing & all of them form the Sacred word. This Mantra if pronounced properly, has the power of revaling The Divine Lord Ganesh, The sage who receives the Mantra is Ganaka & the Metre is "NICHRAT GAYATRI" The Diety is Ganapati. Om 'GANG' Ganapati My salutation to you || 7 ||
Saying Thus, The Devotees should bow to the Lord.

Ek Dantaya Vid Mahe vakra Tundaya Dhimahi  Tanno danti Prachodayat || 8 ||

Mediate on the single Tusked Lord, with bent Trunk  May He Grant Knowledge & Inspire me || 8 ||

Ek Dantam Chatur Hastam Pashmam Kusha Dharinam Radamch Vardam Hastair Bhi Bhranum Mushaka Dhvajam Raktam Lambodaram Shoorpakarnkam Rakta Vasasamam Raktam Gandhanu Liptangam Rakta Pushpaihi saupujitam  Bhaktanu Kampinam Devam Jagat Karnam Achutam  Avir Bhutam Cha Shrasta Yadao, Prakruthe Purushat Param  Evam Dhayayati Yo Nityam, Sa Yogi Yoginam Varah || 9 ||

The "SAGUNA" Form of Lord Ganesha is presented in the above Shloka I salute the Lord with 1 tusk (Right side) Who has 4 hands;  The "SAGUNA" Form of Lord Ganesha is presented in the above Shloka I salute the Lord with 1 tusk (Right side) Who has 4 hands; He is blood red in colour; Pot-Bellied; He has elephant ears & wears red clothes  He is smeared with red sandalwood & decorated with red flowers He is eternally blessings his devotees & was existing before Cosmos He is beyond "PRAKRITI" & "PURUSHA" & is ever creating universes  One who meditates on him constantly, is a Supreme Yogi (This is the Ganesh "Gayatri", Which is Self Sufficient)

Namo Vrat Pataye, Namo Ganapataye  Namo Pramatha patye, Namste Stu Lambodaraya Ekdantaya, Vighna Nashine Shiv Sutaya, Sri Varad Murtiye Namo Namah || 10 ||

Salutations to you Lord of all Deities, Ganas & all beings  (Salutations To) The Post-Bellied one with 1 Tusk who destroys all obstacles, son if Shiva The Divine Lord who grants, Boons (We bow to you) Taking your name || 10 ||





kharbastulatanu gajendrabadanam lambodharam sundram  pasyandan madhugandha labdha madhupam
byadhuda khandastulam dantaghata bidyaratynai budhairai sindurasobha karam bandaya sailyasutam ganapatisidhiprada kamdam







Ganapti Atharva Shirsha 

Om bhadram karnebhih shrunuyáma deváh
bhadram pashyema akshabhiryajatráh
sthirairangai stushtuvám sastanúbhir
vyashema deva hitam yadáyuh

swastina indro vruddha shraváh
swastinah púshá vishwa vedáh
swastina stárkshyo arishta nemihi
swastino bruhaspatir dadhátu
Om shántih shántih shántih

Om namaste ganapataye
tvameva pratyaksham tattvamasi
tvameva kevalam kartási
tvameva kevalam dhartási
tvamea kevalam hartási
tvameva sarvam khalvidam brahmási
twam sákshád átmási nityam ||1||

rtam vachmi satyam vachmi ||2||
awa tvam mám
awa vaktáram
awa shrotáram
awa dátáram
awa dhátáram
avánúchánam
awa shishyam
awa pashcháttáta
awa purastát
awa ttaráttáta
awa dakshináttáta
awa chordhváttáta
awá dharáttáta
sarvato mám páhi páhi samanttáta ||3||

tvam vám mayahtvam chin mayah
tvam ánanda mayahtvam brahma mayah
tvam sachchid ánandá dvitíyosi
tvam pratyaksham brahmási
tvam jnyána mayo vijnyána mayosi ||4||

sarvam jagadidam tvatto jáyate
sarvam jagadidam tvat tastishthati
sarvam jagadidam tvayi layameshyati
sarvam jagadidam tvayi pratyeti
tvam bhúmirápo nalo nilo nabhah
tvam chatvári vákpadáni ||5||

tvam guna trayátítah
tvam avasthá trayátítah
tvam deha trayátítah
twam kála trayátítah
tvam múládhára sthitosi nityam
tvam shakti trayát makah
tvám yogino dhyáyanti nityam
tvam brahmá tvam vishnustvam rudrastvam indrastvam
agnistvam v áyustvam súryastvam chandramástvam
brahmabhúrbhuvah svarom ||6||

ganádim púrvamuchchárya varnádim tadanantaram
anusvárah paratarah
ardhendulasitam
tárena ruddham
etattava manusvarúpam
gakárah púrvarúpam
akáro madhyamarúpam
anusvárash chántyarúpam
binduruttararúpam
nádassandhánam
samhitá sandhih saishá ganeshavidyá
ganaka rushih nichrud gáyatrí chhandah
ganapatir devatá
Om gam ganapataye namah ||7||

ekadantáya vidmahe vakratundáya dhímahi
tanno dantíh prachodayáta ||8||

eka dantam chatur hastam páshaman kusha dhárinam

radam cha varadam hastair bibhránam múshaka dhwajam
raktam lambodaram shúrpa karnakam rakta vásasam
rakta gandhánu liptángam rakta pushpaih supújitam
bhaktánu kampinam devam jagat kárana machyutam
ávir bhútam cha srushtyádau prakruteh purushát param
evam dhyáyati yo nityam sa yogí yoginám varah ||9||

namo vrátapataye
namo ganapataye
namah pramathapataye
namaste astulambodaráya
ekadantáya vighna náshine shiva sutáya varada múrtaye namah ||10||
Om shántih shántih shántih


                                                                                                                          



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