Posts Tagged ‘Health’

Narayana Mantra by Asvinikumaras For Fortune Health

In Hinduism on August 26, 2014 at 17:18

Asvini Devas,twins, are the sons of Sangya, Goddess of Clouds, daughter of Viswakarma,The Divine Architect and Surya, the Sun God, in His Avatar as Vivasvat.


Another version says it is Chaya,Shadow, is their mother,father is Surya.



That Sangya seems to be correct.


Asvini Devas are Divine healers and Gods of Ayurvedic Medicine.


Nakula ans Saha Deva of Mahabharata were born of Pandu’s wife Matri and Asvini Devas.


“They are also called Nasatya (dual nāsatyau “kind, helpful”) in the Rigveda; later, Nasatya is the name of one twin, while the other is called Dasra (“enlightened giving”). By popular etymology, the name nāsatya is often incorrectly analysed as na+asatya “not untrue”=”true”.

The Ashvins can be compared with the Dioscuri (the twins Castor and Pollux) of Greek and Roman mythology, and especially to the divine twins Ašvieniai of the ancient Baltic religion”..


The Ashvins are mentioned 376 times in the Rigveda, with 57 hymns specifically dedicated to them: 1.3, 1.22, 1.34, 1.46-47, 1.112, 1.116-120 (c.f. Vishpala), 1.157-158, 1.180-184, 2.20, 3.58, 4.43-45, 5.73-78, 6.62-63, 7.67-74, 8.5, 8.8-10, 8.22, 8.26, 8.35, 8.57, 8.73, 8.85-87, 10.24, 10.39-41, 10.143.(wiki)


They have Horse ‘s face and are reported to be very handsome.


They heal and prevent misfortune.


Asvini Kumaras, under instructions from Marthanda, a name for Surya, worshiped Narayana.


Lord Narayana gave Darsahn to them.


This mantra wil ward off misfortune and prvent diseases.


It is also said to cure serious ailments.


Narayna Mantra by Asvini Devas.


“Namastey Nishkriya Nishprapancha Nirashraya Nirapeksha, Niralamba Nirguna Niraloka Niradhara Nirjara Nirakara-Brahman Maha Brahman Brahmanapriya Purusha Maha Puroshottama-Deva Maha Devottam Sthano Sthitasthapaka, Bhuta Maha Bhuta Bhutadhipati Yaksha Maha Yaksha Yakshadhipatey-Griha Maha Grihatipatey Sowmya Maha Sowmya Sowmyadhipathey, Pakshi Mahapakshapathey Ditya Maha Dityadhi pathey-Rudra Maha Rudradhipathey Vishnu Maha Vishnupathey, Parameswara Narayana Prajapathaye Namah-Evam Stuthastada Thabhyama Sivabhyam sa Prajapathih, Thrutosha Paramapreetya Vakyamcheda mukhavachah-Varam Varayatham Sheeghram Daivaih Paramadurlabham, yena me varadaaney’charathastridivam Sukham’.


Asvini kumaras Varaha Purana Version.


‘Sage Mahatapa explained to Prajapal how Aswini Kumars were born. Marichi was Brahma’s son and Kashyap was the son of Marichi. Kashyap and Aditi begot Twelve ‘Adityas’ (Suns). [According to Vishnupurana the Adityas were Amsa, Aryaman, Bhaga, Dhuti, Mitra, Pusan, Sakra, Savitur, Twastha, Varuna, Vishnu/Vamana, Vaivaswat; Martand too was known as one of these, but Aditi appeared to have disowned him?] Martand wedded Viswakarma’s daughter Sangya and begot two children-Yama and Yami. Sangya was unable to bear the extreme heat of Martand, thus created her shadow counterpart with instructions to serve her husband in all ways and left for a place known as Uttarkuru. Eventually Martand came to know the truth, discovered her in the form of a mare, married her and gave birth to two Aswini Kumars! Martand instructed the sons to dedicate themselves in the worship of Narayana and after severe ‘Tapasya’by incessantly uttering ‘Narayana Mantra’ which was taught by Martand, Prajapati Narayan was finally pleased to appear Himself before them. When King Prajapal desired to learn the Mantra from the Sage Mahatapa, the latter obliged and recited it.





Mantra Cure Epilepsy Leprosy Piles Urinary Infections

In Hinduism on August 19, 2014 at 11:29

Epliepsy,Leprosy,TB,Piles,Urinary Infectiions, Renal Failure,


These are some of the diseases we do not have a Medicine to cure these illnesses.


For Epilepsy and Grand mal Seizure  Cardinal group of Medicines and for Grand mal Seizure group of Medicines belonging to Eptoin are prescribed.


The shocking part is that none of the Physicians know that why these occur(generally mal emission of electrical impulses in the Brain, none know why this happens and the treatment is only symptomatic) nor how the prescribed medicines control the disease or what the side effects of these medicines will produce.



This has been confirmed to me by a top Neurophysician of the world, who happens to be my close friend.


Piles, all of us know there is no cure despite tall claims.


TB, well, it has been controlled, eradicated, yet it occurs..!


Urine infections and Kidney failure, again a supportive treatment.




No known cure.


That’s all.


We have  a Mantra which is potent to ward off , cure these diseases.


This is from Subrahmanya Bhujanga by Adi Shankaracharya.



अपस्मारकुष्टक्षयार्शः प्रमेह_
ज्वरोन्मादगुल्मादिरोगा महान्तः
पिशाचाश्च सर्वे भवत्पत्रभूतिं
विलोक्य क्षणात्तारकारे द्रवन्ते ॥२५॥
Apasmaara-Kusstta-Kssaya-Arshah Prameha_
Jvaro[a-U]nmaada-Gulma-Adi-Rogaa Mahaantah |
Pishaacaash-Ca Sarve Bhavat-Patra-Bhuutim
Vilokya Kssannaat-Taaraka-Are Dravante



25.1: (Salutations to Sri Subramanya) Apasmara (Epilepsy), Kussttha (Leprosy), Kssaya (Consumption), Arsha (Piles),Prameha (Urinary diseases like Diabetes), …
25.2:Jwara (Fever), Unmada (Madness, Insanity), Gulma (Enlargement of Spleen or other glands in the abdomen) and other formidable Diseases, …
25.3: … as also all types of Pisachas (Evil Spirits), … (when) in Your Bibhuti (Sacred Ash) contained in a Leaf, …
25.4:sees You, Who is the Enemy of the formidable Taraka (i.e demon Tarakasura), they hasten to Run awayImmediately.



Begin in a Sukla Paksha, waxing Moon, on Chaturthi,Panchami, Shashti, Saptahmi,Dasami or Ekadasi. 4,5,6.7.10 or 11th day from the New Moon.


108 times a Day.


For 45 Days.


In the mornings.


Naivedya, whatvevr is convenient.


On the day of completion, prepare Sakkari  Pongal and offer as Naivedya.


You will see the results.

Hymn For Cancer Amrutha Sanjeevana Dhanvathri Stuthi

In Hinduism on July 21, 2014 at 08:33

Some diseases like Cancer are more worrisome.


Despite various treatments like Chemotherapy,Radiation Therapy, the concern persists.


May be what I say is unpalatable, the fact is that of the efficacy of these treatments and the cure they are likely to effect, Doctors are as much in the dark as the patients, the patients admit the fact, Doctors do not admit it openly.

In these cases, one turns to God.


I have posted The Mrutha Sanjeevani Mantra to get relief from Mental stress and tensions,


This is addressed to Lord Shiva.


Lord Dhanvantri, the First Doctor, an Avatar of Vishnu, who rose from the Ocean is the Perfect source to address these types of health issues.


The Amrutha Sanjeevana Mantra.


Lord Dhanvantri.jpg

Lord Dhanvantri.


“Translated by

(Lord Dhanvanthari Rose up from the ocean of milk when it was churned holding in his hand , a pot of nectar . He is considered as another form of Lord Vishnu and also considered as the doctor for all universe. The Sanskrit original of this stotam taken from Sudarsana Samhitha is available in
https://docs.google.com/file/d/0ByHsyol17T5XMkF3SEQ1Z0hZNzg/edit?pli=1 )

1.Namo nama viswa vibhavanaya,namo nama loka sukha pradaya,
Namo nama viswa srujeswaraya, namo nama mukthi vara pradhaya.

Salutations to him who looked after the world ,
Salutations to him who kept the people of the world in pleasant state,
Salutations to the god who maintained the world ,
Salutations to the God who gives boons of salvation.

2.Namo Namaste akhila lokapayaa, namo Namaste akhila loka dhaya,
Namo Namaste Akhila karanaya , namo Namaste Akhila loka rakshakaya

Salutations to the God who is the reason of arrival of all worlds,
Salutations to the God who gave us all the worlds,
Salutations to the God who is the cause of all,
Salutations to the God who protects all the world.

3.Namo Namaste akhila loka harthre , namo Namaste viruja prakathre,
Namo Namaste Akhila viswa dharthre, namo Namaste Akhila loka mathre

Salutations to the God who destroys all the worlds,
Salutations to the God who caused the land of cattle herds
Salutations to the God who carries all the worlds,
Salutations to him who is more powerful than all the worlds.

4.Srushtam deva characharam jagadhidham , brahma swaroopena they,
Sarva thath paripalyathje jagadhidham Vishnu swaroopena they,
Viswam saheeyathe thadeva nikhilam Rudra swaroopena they,
SAmsichya amrutha seekarair hara maharishtam chiram jeevaya.

Oh God you created the world with moving and non moving beings in the form of Brahma,
And looked after that entire world in the form of Lord Vishnu,
And destroyed all that mighty worlds in the form of Rudra,
And by sprinkling nectar all over and destroyed the great sufferings and made us live long.

5.Yo Dhanvanthari samgnayaa nighadhitha ksheerabdhitho nisrutho,
Hasthaabhyaam jana jeevanaabhya kalasam peeyusha poorna dadhat,
Ayurveda mareerachaj janarujaam naasaya sa thwam mudhaa,
Samsinchyamrutha seekarair hara maharishtam chiram jeevaya.

He rose from the ocean of milk , which was churned with the name Dhanvanthri,
Holding in his hand a pot full of lives of people and gave it to us,
And with great joy he gave the science of Ayurveda for destroying sickness of people,
And by sprinkling nectar all over he destroyed the great sufferings and made us live long.

6.Sthree roopam vara bhooshanambara daram trilokya sammohanam,
Kruthwaa paayayathi sma y asura ganaan peeyusham athyuthamam,
Chakre daithya ganaan sudhaa virahithaan sammohya sa thwam mudhaa,
Samsinchyamrutha seekarair hara maharishtam chiram jeevaya.

Feminine form, , ornamented , clad in silk , most attractive of the three worlds,
He was Making for the group of devas the very great nectar,
Indra, devas who were starved for nectar were joyfully attracted to him,’
And by sprinkling nectar all over he destroyed the great sufferings and made us live long.

7.Chakshusu oshadhi samplaava bhoovedapa jasha krutha ,
Sincha sinchathmrutha kanai chiram jeevaya jeevaya .

From his eyes medicinal herbs ebbed out and in the earth and they became the forest,
He sprinkled them with the drops of nectar , so that all would live and live long

8.Prushta mandhara nirghoona nidraksha kamataakruthe,
Sincha sinchamrutha kanai chiram jeevaya jeevaya..

When the Mandhara at his back tumbled , he saved it in the form of a tortoise,
He sprinkled it with the drops of nectar , so that all would live and live long

9.Daroddhara Hiranyaksha gathe krodakruthe prabho,
Sincha sinchamrutha kanai chiram jeevaya jeevaya..

When the Lord who went as a boar in the path taken by Hiranyaksha who stole the earth,
He sprinkled it with the drops of nectar , so that all would live and live long

10.Bhaktha thrasa vinasaathaa chandathwa nruhare Prabho,
Sincha sinchamrutha kanai chiram jeevaya jeevaya..

For destroying the sorrow of your devotee, the God came as man lion with warmth, Oh Lord .
He sprinkled it with the drops of nectar , so that all would live and live long.

11.Yaganchala bali thrasa muktha nirjara Vamana,
Sincha sinchamrutha kanai chiram jeevaya jeevaya..

The young Vamana removed the anxiety to Mahanbali in the Yaga place and gave him freedom,
He sprinkled it with the drops of nectar , so that all would live and live long.

12.Kshtriyaranya sancheda kutara kara rainuka,
Sincha sinchamrutha kanai chiram jeevaya jeevaya..

The son of Renuka armed an axe cut the forest of Kshatriyas,
He sprinkled it with the drops of nectar , so that all would live and live long.

13.Raksho raja prathapa Abdhi soshanasuga Raghava,
Sincha sinchamrutha kanai chiram jeevaya jeevaya..

The great king Raghava protected by draining out the sea and moving the army,
He sprinkled it with the drops of nectar , so that all would live and live long.

14.Bhoobarasura sandoha Kalagne Rukmanipathe,
Sincha sinchamrutha kanai chiram jeevaya jeevaya.

The consort of Rukhmani who like a forest fire destroyed the asuras who filled the world,
He sprinkled it with the drops of nectar , so that all would live and live long

15.Veda marga rathaan arha vibrahnthyai Budha roopa drik,
Sincha sinchamrutha kanai chiram jeevaya jeevaya.

As Buddha he steered away the chariot travelling in the path of Veda , from madness,
He sprinkled it with the drops of nectar , so that all would live and live long

16.Kali varnasramaa spashta dharma ddharyai Kalki roopa Baak,
Sincha sinchamrutha kanai chiram jeevaya jeevaya.

The God in the form of Kalki who made the varnasrama of kali age in to clear path of Dharma,
He sprinkled it with the drops of nectar , so that all would live and live long

17.Aasadhya kashta sadhyaa ye maharoga bhayankara,
Cchindhi thaanaasu chakrena chiram jeevaya jevaya.

As God he cut off the terrible diseases which are difficult,
And hard to cure, by his holy wheel, live, long live.

18.Alpa mruthyum chaa apamrutyum mahothpaadath upadravaan,
Bhindhi bhindhi gadhagathou , chiram jeevaya jeevaya

As god he powdered the troubles caused by epidemics causing,
Untimely deaths as well as some bad deaths by his mace , live, long live

19.Aham na jaane kimapi thwadanyath,
Samaasraye Nadha paadambujam they,
Kurushva thadhan manaseepsitham they,
Sukarmana kena samakshameeyam.

I do not know anybody except you,
In this life except your lotus like feet,
Please get done whatever you think is fit,
And by your good deeds in front of all our eyes.

20.Thwameva thatho, Janani thwameva ,
Thwameva nadhas cha thwameva bandhu,
Vidhyaa dhanagara kulam thwamaiva,
Thwameva sarvam mama deva deva.

You are my father , you are my mother,
You are my lord, You are my relative,
You are education, money and clan,
Oh God of gods, you are my everything

21.Na may aparadham pravalokaya prabho,
Aparadha sindhoscha dhayanidhisthwam, Thathena dushtopi sutha surakshayathe ,
Dhayaluthaa they avathu sarvadhaa asmaan.

Oh Lord please do not bother about my mistakes,
Among the several forest of errors committed, Oh treasure of mercy,
For , the father protects the son from bad people ,
And be merciful always on me.

22.Ahaha vismara nadha na maam sadhaa,
Karunayaa nijayaa paripooritha , Bhuvi bhavan yadi may nahi rakshaka,
Kadam aho jeevana mathra vai.

Oh Lord do not ever forget me,
And always complete me with your mercy,
In this earth if you are not the protector,
What is the way out in this life for me.

23Daha daha krupayaa vyadhi jaalam visalam,
Hara hara kara baalam cha alpa mruthyo karalam,
Nija nija paripalam thwaam bhaje bhaavayaalam,
Kuru kuru bahu kalam jeevitham may sadaalam.

Burn, burn the net of diseases which are broad,
Destroy, destroy the horrible premature death by your hands,
As you are the true protector and I sing about your greatness,
Make, make my hands strong and make life for a long time.

Kleem sreem Kleem Sreem namo Bhagawathe Janardhanaya,
Sakala durithaani nasaya nasaya , ksmoum aarogyam kuru kuru,
Hreem deergamayur dehi swahaa

Kleem sreem Kleem sreem My salutations to God Janardhana ,
Destroy destroy all sufferings, Ksmoum give , give me health
Hreem Give me long life

The result of chanting

25.Asya dharadho jaapaadh alpa mruthyu prasamyathi
Garbha raksha karam streenaam , balanam jeevanam param

If this is worn or chanted , untimely death would come to an end,
For ladies pregnancy would be protected and for boys life would be divine.

26.Sarva roga prasamyanthi , sarva badhaa prasamyathi,
Kudrishtijam bhayam nasyeth thadhaa prethadhijam bhayam

All diseases would be cured, all distresses would be avoided,
The fear of envious look and that of seeing a corpse would go away.

Ithi sri sudarsanan samhithaayaam amrutha sanjeevana dhanwanthgri stotram sampooornam

Thus ends the prayer to Dhanvantri which occus in Sudarasana Samhitha.







Human Organ Human Trafficking Price Profits

In Health on July 9, 2014 at 11:58

It is only when, under unfortunate circumstances, one needs an Organ for saving a Life, does one come to know of the scarcity of Organs available for Transplantation and the huge costs involved even in the Legal Market.


What many of us do not know is the illegal market in Organ Transplantation.


Sale of Body Parts,India.jpg

Sale of Body Parts,India.


Here are some facts.


Illegal Organ Trade Market:$0.075 Billion ($75 Million)


Price of Humans



Illegal Market for Human Organs,India.


Patients, many of whom will go toChinaIndia or Pakistan for surgery, can pay up to $200,000 (nearly £128,000) for a kidney to gangs who harvest organs from vulnerable, desperate people, sometimes for as little as $5,000.

The vast sums to be made by both traffickers and surgeons have been underlined by the arrest by Israeli police last week of 10 people, including a doctor, suspected of belonging to an international organ trafficking ring and of committing extortion, tax fraud and grievous bodily harm. Other illicit organ trafficking rings have been uncovered in India and Pakistan.

The Guardian contacted an organ broker in China who advertised his services under the slogan, “Donate a kidney, buy the new iPad!” He offered £2,500 for a kidney and said the operation could be performed within 10 days.


ACT NO. 42 OF 1994
[8th July, 1994.]

An Act to provide for the regulation of removal, storage and transplantation of human organs for therapeutic purposes and for the prevention of commercial dealings in human organs and for matters connected therewith or incidental thereto. WHEREAS it is expedient to provide for the regulation of removal, storage and transplantation of human organs for therapeutic purposes and for the prevention of commercial dealings in human organs; AND WHEREAS in Parliament has no power to make laws for the States with respect to any of the matters aforesaid except as provided in articles 249 and 250 of the Constitution;
AND WHEREAS in pursuance of clause (1) of article 252 of the Constitution, resolutions have been passed by all the Houses of the Legislatures of the States of Goa, Himachal Pradesh and Maharashtra to the effect that the matters aforesaid should be regulated in those States by Parliament by law; 2 BE it enacted by Parliament in the Forty-fifth Year of the Republic of India as follows:- CHAP PRELIMINARY CHAPTER I PRELIMINARY
Short title, application and commencement.
1.Short title, application and commencement.- (1) This Act may be called the Transplantation of Human Organs Act, 1994.
(2) It applies, in the first instance, to the whole of the States of Goa, Himachal Pradesh and Maharashtra and to all the Union territories and it shall also apply to such other State which adopts
this Act by resolution passed in that behalf under clause (1) of article 252 of the Constitution.
(3) It shall come into force in the States of Goa, Himachal Pradesh and Maharashtra and in all the Union territories on such date as the Central Government may, by notification, appoint and in any
other State which adopts this Act under clause (1) of article 252 of the Constitution, on the date of such adoption; and any reference in this Act to the commencement of this Act shall, in relation to any State or Union territory, means the date on which this Act comes into force in such State or Union territory.
Definition. 2. Definition.- In this Act, unless the context otherwise requires,- (a) “advertisement” includes any form of advertising whether to the public generally or to any section of the public or, individually to selected persons; (b) “Appropriate Authority” means the Appropriate Authority appointed under section 13; (c) “Authorisation Committee” means the committee consti-
tuted under clause (a) or clause (b) of sub-section (4) of section 9; (d) “brain-stem death” means the stage at which all functions of the brain-stem have permanently and irreversibly
ceased and is so certified under sub-section (6) of section 3; (e) “deceased person” means a person in whom permanent dis- appearance of all evidence of life occurs, by reason of brain-stem death or in a cardiopulmonary sense, at any time after live birth has taken place; (f) “donor” means any person, not less than eighteen years of age, who voluntarily authorises, the removal of any of his
human organs for therapeutic purposes under sub-section (1)
or subsection (2) of section 3; (g) “hospital” includes a nursing home, clinic, medical centre, medical or teaching institution for therapeutic purposes and other like institution; (h) “human organ” means any part of a human body consisting of a structured arrangement of tissues which, if wholly re- moved, cannot be replicated by the body; (i) “near relative” means spouse, son, daughter, father, mother, brother or sister; 3 (j) “notification” means a notification published in the Official Gazette; (k) “payment” means payment in money or money’s worth but does not include any payment for defraying or reimbursing; (i) the hcost of removing, transporting or preserving the human organ to be supplied; or (ii) any expenses or loss of earnings incurred by a person so far as reasonably and directly attributable to his supplying any human organ from his body; (l) “prescribed” means prescribed by rules made under this Act; (m) “recipient” means a person into whom any human organ is, or is proposed to be, transplanted; (n) “registered medical practitioner” means a medical practitioner who possesses any recognised medical qualification as defined in clause (h) of section 2 of the Indian Medical Council Act, 1956, and who is enrolled on a State Medical Register as defined in clause (k) of that section; (o) “therapeutic purposes” means systematic treatment of any disease or the measures to improve health according to any particular method or modality; and (p) “transplantation” means the grafting of any human organ from any living person or deceased person to some other living person for therapeutic purposes.
Authority for removal of human organs.
3. Authority for removal of human organs.- (1) Any donor may, in such manner and subject to such conditions as may be prescribed, authorise the removal, before his death, of any human organ of his body for therapeutic purposes.
(2) If any donor had, in writing and in the presence of two or more witnesses (at least one of whom is a near relative of such person), unequivocally authorised at any time before his death, the removal of any human organ of his body, after his death, for therapeutic purposes, the person lawfully in possession of the dead body of the donor shall, unless he has any reason to believe that the donor had subsequently revoked the authority aforesaid, grant to a registered medical practitioner all reasonable facilities for the removal, for therapeutic purposes, of that human organ from the dead body of the donor.
(3) Where no such authority as is referred to in sub-section….”








Sudarsana Sahasranama Gayatri for Mental Illness

In Hinduism on June 9, 2014 at 17:14


When one is afflicted with mental illness or the Paranormal, like possession,one turns to God.


Sudarsana Chakra of Lord Vishnu.Image,Jpg.

Sudarsana Chakra of Lord Vishnu.Image Credit. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sudarshana Chakra




In Hinduism while there are many Mantras available for such problems, there are also various Gods who are worshiped to cure of this malady.


Shiva in His Avatar as Bhairavaa, Kali are some of the Deities.


Most important of this group is Sudarsana, the Discuss of Lord Vishnu.


Sudarshana is worshiped as Sudarsana Azhwar in Vaishnavism.


One of the important temples of Sudarshana is in Sriranagam Ranganatha Swamy Temple, SriRangam.


Most famous Mantra of Sudarshana is Sudharnana Ashtakam by Swami Desikan of which most are familiar.


But what is not very well known is the Sudashana Sahasranama(1000 Names) of Sudarshana.


Here it is.



Sudarsana Gayatri,
ॐ सुदर्शनाय विद्महे महाज्वालाय धीमहि।
तन्नश्चक्रः प्रचोदयात्॥

oṁ sudarśanāya vidmahe mahājvālāya dhīmahi |
tannaścakraḥ pracodayāt ||


Sudarasna Astothram.


Add Om at the beginning and Namah at the end of the Nama.


oṁ śrī sudarśanāya namah | cakra-rājāya | tejo-vyuhāya | mahā-dyutāya
| sahasra-bāhave | dīptāṅgāya | aruṇākṣāya | pratāpavate | anekāditya-
saṅkāśāya | prordhva-jvala-bhirañjitāya || 10 ||

saudāmaṇi-sahasrābhāya | maṇi-kuṇḍala-śobhitāya | pañca-bhūta-mano-
rūpāya |  ṣaṭ-koṇa-antara-saṁsthitāya | harānta-karaṇodbhuta-roṣa-
bhīṣana-vigrahāya | hari-pāṇi-lasat-padma-vihāra-maṇo-harāya | srīkāra-
rūpāya | sarva-jñānāya | sarva-loka-arcita-prabhave | catur-daśa-
sahasrārāya || 20 ||

catur-veda-mayāya | analāya | bhakta-candramasa-jyotiṣe | bhava-roga-
vināśakāya | rephātmakāya | makārātmane | rakṣo-sṛug-bhuṣitāṅga-kāya |
sarva-daitya-grīvanāḷa-vibhedana-mahā-gajāya |  jvala-karāya || 30 ||
bhīma-karmaṇe | tri-locanāya | nīla-vartmane | nitya-sukhāya | nirmala-
śrīyai | nirañjanāya | rakta-mālyāmbara-dharāya | rakta-candana-bhūṣitāya
| rajo-guṇa-kṛte | śūrāya || 40 ||

rākṣasa-kula-mohanāya | nitya-kṣema-karāya | prajñāya | pāṣaṇḍa-jana-
khaṇḍanāya | nārāyaṇa-jñānuvarthine | naigamānta-prakāśakāya | bali-
mandana-dordaṇḍa-khaṇḍanāya | vijayākṛtaye | mitra-bhāvine | sarva-
mayāya || 50 ||

tamo-vidhvaṁśanāya | rajas-sattva-tamodhvartine |  tri-guṇātmane |
triloka-dhṛte | hari-māya-guṇopethāya | avyayāya |  akṣara-rūpa-bhāje |
param-ātmane | parama-jyotiṣe |  pañca-kṛtya-parāyaṇāya || 60 ||

jñāna-śakta-bal-aiśvarya-vīryāya | teja-prabhāmayāya | sadāsat-paramāya
| pūrṇāya | vāmayāya | vardhāya | acyutāya | jīvāya | haraye | haṁsa-
rūpāya | pañcaṣaṭ-pīṭa-rūpakāya || 70 ||

mātṛka-maṇḍala-adhyakṣāya | madhu-dhvaṁsine | mano-mayāya |
buddhi-rūpāya | citta-sākṣine | sārāya | haṁsākṣara-dvayāya | mantra-
yantra-prabhavāya | mantra-yantra-mayāya | vibhave || 80 ||

sraṣṭre | kriyās-pataye | śuddhāya | mantre |  bhoktre | tri-vikramāya |
nirāyudhāya | asaṁraṁbhāya | sarva-yudha-samanvitāya |  oṁ-kāra-
rūpāya || 90 ||

pūrṇātmane | oṁ-kārāt-sādhya-bhañjanāya | aiṁ-kārāya | vāg-pradāya |
vāgmine | śrīṁ-kār-aiśvarya-vardhanāya |   klīṁ-kār-mohan-ākārāya |
huṁ-phaṭ-kṣobhan-ākṛtaye | indrārcita-mano-vegāya | dharaṇi-bhāra-
nāśakāya |  vīrārādhyāya || 100 ||

viśva-rūpāya | vaiṣṇavāya |  viṣṇu-bhakti-dāyakāya | satya-vratāya |
satya-parāya | satya-dharmānuṣaṅgakāya |   nārāyaṇa-kṛpa-vyūha-teja-
cakrāya | śrī sudarśanāya  || 108 ||


Important  Temples of Sudarsana.


  • Sri Sudarshana Bhagavan Temple, Nagamangala
  • Sri Sudarshana Sannidhi at Sriranganatha temple, Srirangapattana
  • Chakrapani Temple, Kumbakonam
  • Thirumogur Temple, Madurai
  • Chakkarathalwar at Srirangam, temple
  • Chakkarathalwar at Sri Devanatha Swamy Temple (Kanchi Varadhar Temple), Kancheepuram
  • Anjumoorthy (Five Deities) Temple, at Anjumoorthy Mangalam, in Palakkad district (The main deity of this temple is Sudarshan).
  • Sree Vallabha Temple, Thiruvalla in Pathanamthitta district


Sudarsana Sahsranama Pdf Prapatti Online. 


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