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  • Mantra raja pada stotram meaning, mp3, video, pdf and its importance

    Mantrarajapada Stotram is from the Ahirbudhnya Samhita, a Paancharaatra text and is told by Lord Parameshwarar in praise of Lakshmi Narasimhar.

    Vritthotphulla visaalaaksham vipakshakshayadeekshitam
    Ninaadatrasta vishvaandam Vishnu ugram namaamyaham

    He who is having big and round eyes, He who has taken a vow to kill the enemies, He who by His fierce roars is shaking the entire world, to such a ferocious Lord, I offer my salutations.

    Sarvairavadhyataam praaptam sabalaugham ditessutam
    Nakhaagraih sakaleechakre yastam veeram namaamyaham

    He who with His sharp nails tore to pieces the asura, the son of Diti who could not be killed by anyone along with His large armies. To such a valourous person, I offer my salutations.

    Paadaavashtabddha paataalam moordhaavishta trivishtapam
    Bhuja-pravishtaashta-disam mahaavishnum namaamyaham

    I offer my salutations to Maha Vishnu, whose feet touch the nether lands, whose forehead touches the heaven and whose hands spread in all directions.

    Jyoteem shyakrendu nakshatra- jvalanaadeenyanukramaat
    Jvalanti tejasaa yasya tvam jvalantam namaamyaham

    He after whose luster the luminary bodies, the Sun, the Moon, the Stars and Fire are effulgent and are shining, to that resplendent One I offer my salutations.

    Sarvendriyairapi vinaasarvam sarvatra sarvadaa
    jaanaati yo namaamyaadyam tamaham sarvatomukham

    To that Form of the Lord, which is half man and half lion, complete with the mane, the canine teeth, to such a divine Lord Nrsimha, I offer my salutations.

    Yannaama-smaranada bheetaa bhootha bhetaala raakshasaah
    Rogaadyaascha pranaschhanti bheeshanam tam namaamyaham

    By the mere thought of whose name, devils, demons, asuras get frightened, acute diseases get cured, to such a frightening One, I offer my salutations.

    Sarvopi yam samaasritya sakalam bhadramasnute
    Sriyaa cha bhadrayaa jushto yastam bhadram namaamyaham

    I offer my salutations to the Lord, the repository of good things, worshipping whom all the people are able to obtain auspicious things.

    Saakshaat svakaale sampraaptam satrum satru
    ganaanapi Bhaktaanaam naasoyed yastu mrityu mrityum namaamyaham

    He who is "Death to Death" and He who destroys death and hosts of enemies of the devotees by arriving at the right moment, to Him I offer my salutations.

    Namaskaaraatmakam yasmai vidhaayaatma nivedanam
    Tyaktaduhkho’khilaan kaamaan asnute tam namaamyaham

    I bow down to the One by offering obeisance to whom in the form of One’s own self, people get rid of all miseries and obtain their desired objects.

    Daasabhootassvatah sarve hyaatmaanah paramaatmanah
    Atoham api te daasah iti matvaa namaamyaham

    All the living beings are, by nature, servants of the Supreme Being, I am prostrating to You, with the awareness that I am also for the same reason, Your servant.

    Sankarenaadaraat proktam padaanaam tattvam uttamam
    Trisandhyam yah pathet tasya vidyaayoch Sreescha vardhate

    The meaning of the words had been explained by Lord Siva out of affection.
    Whosoever reads this hymn with faith, thrice a day (at Sunrise, mid-day and evening) would have a great increase in knowledge, longevity and prosperity.

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