ॐ जय जगदीश हरे, स्वामी जय जगदीश हरे. भक्त जनों के संकट क्षण में दूर करें, जो ध्यावे फ़ल पावे, दुख विनसे मन का. स्वामी ... सुख संपत्ति घर आवे, कष्ट मिटे तन का. ॐ ... मात - पिता तुम मेरे, शरण गहूं किसकी. स्वामी ... तुम बिन और न दूजा, आस करू जिसकी. ॐ... तुम पूरण परमात्मा, तुम अन्तर्यामी.स्वामी... पारब्रह्म परमेश्वर, तुम सबके स्वामी. ॐ... तुम करुणा के सागर, तुम पालन कर्ता.स्वामी... मैं मूरख खल कामी, कृपा करो भर्ता. ॐ... तुम हो एक अगोचर, सब के प्राणपति. स्वामी... किस विधि मिलूं गौसाई , तुम को मैं कुमति. ॐ... दीन बन्धु दुखहर्ता, ठाकुर तुम मेरे. स्वामी... अपने हाथ बढ़ाओं, द्वार पड़ा तेरे. ॐ .... विषय विकार मिटाओं, पाप हरो देवा. स्वामी... श्रद्धा भक्ति बढ़ाओं, सन्तन की सेवा. ॐ... श्री जगदीश जी की आरती, जो कोई नर गावे. स्वामी... कहत शिवानंद स्वामी, सुख संपत्ति पावे. ॐ...
Message edited by sanju - Monday, 30-May-2011, 2:47 PM
Dressed in white you are, Oh, all pervading one, And glowing with the colour of moon. With four arms, you are, the all knowing one I meditate on your ever-smiling face, And pray, Remove all obstacles on my way.
HIS visage is peace-giving. HE reposes upon the great serpent, (sheshhanaaga) From his navel springs the lotus. He is the mainstay of the universe. He is like the sky, all pervading. His complexion is like that of clouds his from is auspicious. He is the consort of Goddess Lakshmi. His eyes are like lotus. Yogis reach him through meditation. I worship Vishnu, the destroyer of the fears of the world and the sole master of all the universes.
औषधे चिन्तयेद्विष्णुं भोजने च जनार्दनम् । शयने पद्मनाभं च विवाहे च प्रजापतिम् ॥३॥
Think him as Vishnu while taking medicine, As Janardhana while eating food, As Padmanabha while in bed, As Prajapathi at time of marriage.
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.(1)
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.(2)
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.(3)
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.(4)
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.(5)
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.(6)
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.(7)
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.(8)
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.(9)
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.(10)
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.(11)
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.(12)
Sri Vishnu Sahasranamam Full - With Lyrics & Meaning - 1000 Names of Vishnu - Smt.R.VedavalliSri Vishnu Sahasranamam Full - With Lyrics & Meaning - 1000 Names of Vishnu - Smt.R.Vedavalli
Vishnu Sahasranama (Sanskrit: Viṣṇusahasranāma, विष्णुसहस्रनाम), a tatpurusha compound, is a list of 1,000 names (sahasranama) of Vishnu, one of the main forms of God in Hinduism and the personal supreme God for Vaishnavas (followers of Vishnu). It is also one of the most sacred and commonly chanted stotras in Hinduism. The Vishnusahasranama as found in the Anushasana Parva of the Mahabharata is the most popular version of the 1,000 names of Vishnu. Other versions exists in the Padma Purana, Skanda Purana and Garuda Purana. Each name eulogizes one of His countless great attributes.
The VishnuSahasranāma has been the subject of numerous commentaries. Adi Shankara wrote a definitive commentary on the sahasranāma in the 8th century which has been particularly influential for many schools of Hinduism even today. Parasara Bhattar, a follower of Ramanuja, wrote a commentary in the 12th century, detailing the names of Vishnu from a Vishishtadvaita perspective. Madhvacharya asserted that each name in the sahasranama has a minimum of 100 meanings.