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– Download as PDF File .pdf) , Text File .txt) or read online. Ganesha Pancharatnam Stotram M. S. Subbulakshmi Hindu Hymn to Lord Ganesha Duration: min. Views: Category: Music. Shri Maha Ganesha. Comments Off on Sree Maha Ganesha Pancharatnam – English 22 November .. Telugu (7) · E Desamegina · Desamunu Preminchumanna · Maa Telugu .

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Sree Maha Ganesha Pancharatnam in Telugu and English With Meaning

From the 4th minute on in the youtube link you posted, Smt. I shall be grateful if you or anyone else could identify the source of this stotra. Last edited by keerthi on Tue Aug 04, It is visheSha–special, to offer them to him in the ‘sangkaTahara chaturthI vrata pUjA’, which is observed on the chaturthI–fourth day, after each full moon. In shloka 2, Shankara describes GaNesha as ‘parAtparam nirantaram’–ParamAtman who pervades all space and time leaving no intervals.

For the lyric and its translation, check http: I prostrate before Lord Vinaayaka who joyously holds modaka in His hand, who bestows salvation, who wears the moon as a crown in His head, who is the sole leader of those who lose themselves in the world. Mudaa karaatta modakam sadaa vimukti saadhakam Kalaadharaavata nsakam vilaasi loka rakshakam Anaayakaika naayakam vinaashitebha daityakam Nataashubhaashu naashakam namaami tam vinaayakam.

The drop down section below the video says: Some people translate ‘natetarAti bhIkaraM’ as ‘one who is very terrible to those who are not his devotees’.


Can anyone give me the source and meaning of the second part from 4: You can find this at http: The Tamizh book titled ‘shrI jagadguru granthamAlA’, vol. In the second line, manaskaraM is neatly reversed as namaskaromi, implying that namaskAram is not just an act of prostrating with the body, but also with speech and mind.

He who recites this every morning with devotion, these five gems about Lord Ganapati and who remembers in his heart the great Ganesha, will soon be endowed with a healthy life free of blemishes, will attain learning, noble sons, a long life that is calm and pleasant and will be endowed with spiritual and material prosperity. With my rather limited knowledge of sanskrit, I have tried to split the words to make the meaning come out better – and I am sure I have more misses than hits here.

Shankara uses many phrases to describe GaNesha’s powers of destroying obstacles to spiritual progress: This poem is composed in a metre called pancacAmaram, which has four quarters of sixteen syllables each, and has a scheme of short-long-short-long syllables laghu-guru-laghu-guru in prosody parlance this ‘tadhIm-tadhIm’ gait endows it with a brisk, marching gait.

Ganesha Pancharatnam is by Adi Sankaracarya I constantly reflect upon that single tusked God only, whose lustrous tusk is very beautiful, who is the son of Lord Shiva, Shiva, the God of destructionwhose form is immortal and unknowable, who tears asunder all obstacles, and who dwells forever in the hearts of the Yogis. He is quick in removing obstacles, all that is crooked and inauspicious. This ‘tadhIm-tadhIm’ movement endows the lyric with a brisk, marching gait, as that of an elephant, for example.


In shloka 1 he ganeha, Ashu nAshanaM–quickly destroys. Besides his tilaka, the GaNesha purANam prescribes him a crescent moon on the forehead, worn as an ornament.

I will surely keep in mind for the future use. Thus, Pancharratnam is referred to as the Yama’s Yama–antakAntaka. Flat Style by Ian Bradley.

meaning of Ganesha pancharatnam –

I am happy to share it here for our members’ perusal and feedback. And, as everyone knows, GaNesha is satisfied with the offer of even a blade of the arugampul Tamil –dUrvA grass.

ganwsha I meditate eternally on Him, the Lord of the Ganas, who is frightening to those not devoted, who shines like the morning sun, to whom all the Gods and demons bow, who removes the great distress of His devotees and who is the best among the best.

Note how Shankara describes GaNesha as protecting the world vilAsi–sportively. It is better to even mutter something than not to utter anything. Last edited by rshankar on Mon Aug 03, Utter or mutter ,which is better?