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Jambhavan Sheds Tears Alghu Malluru Krishna Swamy

In Hinduism on August 24, 2014 at 17:00

Lord Krishna went in search of Syamantaka Mani.

 

In the process He had to fight Jamabhavan, whom He found it difficult to defeat.

 

 

Reason,

 

Jambhavan was an ardent devotee of Lord Rama and he along with the vanara Sena  fought along with Lord Rama against Ravana.

 

He was the one who made Hanuman to realize His potential to cross the Ocean in search of Sita in Lanka.

 

Legend has it that Lord Krishna gave the Darshan of Rama to Jambhavan during His scuffle with Jambhavan.

 

Only then did jambhavan realize Lord Krishna and Rama were the same and gave his daughter jambhavati to Krishna in marriage.

 

It may be noted in scientific interest that Jambhavan belonged to a species that was dwindling during Krishna’ period, Dwapara Yuga.

 

Vanara were yet another species, not monkeys as most of us believe.

 

Please read my post Vanaras Neandarthals of India.

 

 

There is a temple dedicated to Lord Krishna where He is reported to have defeated Jambhavantha, Jambhavan and married Jambhavathi.

 

This is in Mannar poluru, Andhra Pradesh.

 

How to reach.

 

103 Kilometers from Nellore, near Sullurpet.

 

Airport.Chennai,Hyderabad.

 

Railway Station..Nellore, Sullurpeta.

 

Bus Station. Sullurpeta.

 

 

Secret Of Shiva Aksharas Dakshinamurthy Upanishad

In Hinduism on August 21, 2014 at 09:18

There are two kinds of Gurus.

 

These are embodied in the two Murthis.

 

One is Lord Krishna who explains everything logically by lengthy discussions.

 

The other One is quiet, conveys the message by Silence,

 

Krishna declares in the Bhagavad Gita,

 

“of Languages I am Silence’

 

The Brahman is the embodiment of silence and tranquility.

 

The cessation of the modification of Chitta, is Yoga.

 

 

The turbulence of the mind when stilled is Yoga.

 

There is a Upanishad, Dakshinamurthy Upanishad, which reveals the Truth about Dakshinamurthy Mantra.

 

Dakshinamurthy Upanishad.

 

 

yanmaunavyaakhyayaa maunipaTala.n kshaNamaatrataH .
mahaamaunapada.n yaati sa hi me paramaa gatiH ..
AUM saha naavavatu . saha nau bhunaktu . saha viirya.n karavaavahai .
tejasvinaavadhiitamastu maa vidvishhaavahai ..
AUM shaantiH shaantiH shaantiH ..
AUM brahmaavarte mahaabhaaNDiiravaTamuule mahaasatraaya sametaa
maharshhayaH shaunakaadayaste ha samitpaaNayastattvajij~naasavo
maarkaNDeya.n chira~jiivinamupasametya paprachchhuH kena tva.n 
chira.n jiivasi kena vaanandamanubhavasiiti . paramarahasyashiva\-
tattvaj~naaneneti sa hovaacha . ki.n tatparamarahasyashivatattvaj~naanam.h .
tatra ko devaH . ke mantraaH . ko japaH . kaa mudraa . kaa nishhThaa . 
ki.n tajj~naanasaadhanam.h . kaH parikaraH . ko baliH . kaH kaalaH . 
ki.n tatsthaanamiti . sa hovaacha . yena dakshiNaamukhaH shivo.aparokshiikR^ito
bhavati tatparamarahasyashivatattvaj~naanam.h . yaH sarvoparame kaale 
sarvaanaatmanyupasa.nhR^itya svaatmaanandasukhe modate prakaashate
vaa sa devaH . atraite mantrarahasyashlokaa bhavanti . medhaa
dakshiNaamuurtimantrasya brahmaa R^ishhiH . gaayatrii chhandaH . 
devataa dakshiNaasyaH . mantreNaa~NganyaasaH . AUM aadau nama uchchaarya
tato bhagavate padam.h . dakshiNeti padaM pashchaanmuurtaye padamuddharet.h .. 1.. 

asmachchhabda.n chaturthyantaM medhaaM praj~naaM pada.n vadet.h . 
samuchchaarya tato vaayubiija.n chchha.n cha tataH paThet.h .
agnijaayaa.n tatastveshha chaturvi.nshaaksharo manuH .. 2..

dhyaanam.h .. 
sphaTikarajatavarNaM mauktikiimakshamaalaa\-
     mamR^itakalashavidyaa.n j~naanamudraa.n karaagre .
dadhatamuragakakshya.n chandrachuuDa.n trinetraM
     vidhR^itavividhabhuushha.n dakshiNaamuurtimiiDe .. 3..

mantreNa nyaasaH .
aadau vedaadimuchchaarya svaraadya.n savisargakam.h .
pa~nchaarNa.n tata uddhR^itya antara.n savisargakam.h .
ante samuddharettaaraM manureshha navaaksharaH .. 4..

mudraaM bhadraarthadaatrii.n sa parashuhariNaM baahubhirbaahumekaM
    jaanvaasakta.n dadhaano bhujagabilasamaabaddhakakshyo vaTaadhaH .
aasiinashchandrakhaNDapratighaTitajaTaakshiiragaurastrinetro
    dadyaadaadyaH shukaadyairmunibhirabhivR^ito bhaavashuddhiM bhavo naH .. 5..

mantreNa nyaasaH brahmarshhinyaasaH \-
taaraM bruu.nnama uchchaarya maayaa.n vaagbhavameva cha .
dakshiNaapadamuchchaarya tataH syaanmuurtaye padam.h .. 6..

j~naana.n dehi padaM pashchaadvahnijaayaa.n tato nyaset.h .
manurashhTaadashaarNo.aya.n sarvamantreshhu gopitaH .. 7..

bhasmavyaapaaNDura~NgaH shashishakaladharo j~naanamR^idraakshamaalaa\-
     viiNaapustairviraajatkarakamaladharo yogapaTTaabhiraamaH .
vyaakhyaapiiThe nishhaNNo munivaranikaraiH sevyamaanaH prasannaH 
     savyaalaH kR^ittivaasaaH satatamavatu no dakshiNaamuurtiriishaH .. 8..

mantreNa nyaasaH . ##[##brahmarshhinyaasaH .##]##
taaraM para.n ramaabiija.n vadetsaaMbashivaaya cha .
tubhya.n chaanalajaayaa.n manurdvaadashavarNakaH .. 9..

viiNaa.n karaiH pustakamakshamaalaaM 
     bibhraaNamabhraabhagala.n varaaDhyam.h .
phaNiindrakakshyaM munibhiH shukaadyaiH 
     sevya.n vaTaadhaH kR^itaniiDamiiDe .. 10..

vishhNuu R^ishhiranushhTup chhandaH . devataa dakshiNaasyaH .
mantreNa nyaasaH . 
taara.n namo bhagavate tubhya.n vaTapada.n tataH .
muuleti padamuchchaarya vaasine padamuddharet.h .. 11..

praj~naamedhaapadaM pashchaadaadisiddhi.n tato vadet.h .
daayine padamucchaarya maayine nama uddharet.h .. 12..

vaagiishaaya tataH pashchaanmahaaj~naanapada.n tataH .
 vahnijaayaa.n tatastveshha dvaatri.nshadvarNako manuH .
aanushhTubho mantraraajaH sarvamantrottamotamaH .. 13..

dhyaanam.h .
mudraapustakavahninaagavilasadbaahuM prasannaananaM
   muktaahaaravibhuushhaNa.n shashikalaabhaasvatkiriiTojjvalam.h .
aj~naanaapahamaadimaadimagiraamarthaM bhavaaniipatiM
   nyagrodhaantanivaasinaM paraguru.n dhyaayaamyabhiishhTaaptaye .. 14..

maunamudraa .
so.ahamiti yaavadaasthitiH sanishhThaa bhavati .
tadabhedena mantraamreDana.n j~naanasaadhanam.h .
chitte tadekataanataa parikaraH . a~NgacheshhTaarpaNaM baliH .
triiNi dhaamaani kaalaH . dvaadashaantapada.n sthaanamiti .
te ha punaH shraddadhaanaastaM pratyuuchuH .
katha.n vaa.asyodayaH . ki.n svaruupam.h . ko vaa.asyopaasaka iti .
sa hovaacha . 
vairaagyatailasaMpuurNe bhaktivartisamanvite .
prabodhapuurNapaatre tu j~naptidiipa.n vilokayet.h .. 15..

mohaandhakaare niHsaare udeti svayameva hi .
vairaagyamaraNi.n kR^itvaa j~naana.n kR^itvottaraaraNim.h .. 16..

gaaDhataamisrasa.nshaantyai guuDhamartha.n nivedayet.h .
mohabhaanujasa.nkraanta.n vivekaakhyaM mR^ikaNDujam.h .. 17..

tattvaavichaarapaashena baddha.n dvaitabhayaaturam.h .
ujjiivayannijaanande svasvaruupeNa sa.nsthitaH .. 18..

shemushhii dakshiNaa proktaa saa yasyaabhiikshaNe mukham.h .
dakshiNaabhimukhaH proktaH shivo.asau brahmavaadibhiH .. 19..

sargaadikaale bhagavaanviri~nchi\-
     rupaasyaina.n sargasaamarthyamaapya .
tutoshha chitte vaa~nchhitaarthaa.nshcha labdhvaa 
     dhanyaH sopaasyopaasako bhavati dhaataa .. 20..ya imaaM paramarahasyashivatattvavidyaamadhiite sa sarvapaapebhyo mukto bhavati .
ya eva.n veda sa kaivalyamanubhavatiityupanishhat.h ..
AUM saha naavavatu . saha nau bhunaktu . saha viirya.n karavaavahai .
tejasvinaavadhiitamastu maa vidvishhaavahai ..
AUM shaantiH shaantiH shaantiH ..
iti dakshiNaamuurtyupanishhatsamaaptaa .


http://www.shaivam.org/ssudakshinamurti.htm

 

Six Vishnu Avatars In South Confirm South Sanatana Dharma

In Hinduism on August 20, 2014 at 11:56

An examination of Lord Vishnu’s Avatars reveal a curious fact.

 

  1. Matsya, the fish-avatar who saved Manu – the progenitor of mankind from the great deluge and rescued the Vedic scriptures by killing a demon. Story can be found in the Matsya Purana.
  2. Kurma, the tortoise-avatar, who helped in the Samudra manthan – the churning of the ocean. Story can be found in the Kurma Purana.
  3. Varaha, the boar-avatar, who rescued the earth from the ocean, by killing her kidnapper-demon Hiranyaksha. Story can be found in the Varaha Purana.
  4. Narasimha, the half man-half lion avatar, who killed the tyrant demon-king Hiranyakashipu, to rescue the demon’s son Prahlada, who was a Vishnu-devotee
  5. Vamana, the dwarf-avatar, who subdued the king Maha Bali. Story can be found in the Vamana Purana.
  6. Parashurama, sage with the axe who killed the thousand-armed king Kartavirya Arjuna
  7. Rama, the king of Ayodhya and the hero of the Hindu epic Ramayana
  8. Krishna, the king of Dwarka, a central characte
  9. Balarama, brother of Krishna and
  10. Kalki, yet to manifest.

Matsya is from the Ocean and as such we can not ascribe a location on the earth.

Kurma is in the Ocean again, but there is a Temple where Kurma avatar took place.

Kurmnatha is housed in Sri Kurmam Temple, Srikakulam, Andhra Pradesh.

Vamana Avatar was in Kerala and the place where Bali had his kingdom was on the banks of Narmada, where the capital of Bali was situuated.

The place Varaha killed Hiranyakasipu is in Nepal, V(B0araha Kshetra), yet there is legend that Varaha is from Tirupati which is Adivaraha Kshetra.

Narasimha is from Ahobilam ,Andhra Pradesh.

Parashurama Avatar is from the South, Kerala.

Kalki is expected t manifest in the South.

So, of the Ten Avatars of Vishnu,

One is in the Ocean,

Three from the North of Vindhyas(Rama, Krishna and Balarama) and

Six are from the South, Dravida.

It is also worth noting that the Avatars of Vishnu in the North starts from Rama and as on date has manifested upto Krishna/Balarama

This is an agreement with the. Bhagavatham Sloka which states that the ancestor of Lord Rama, Satyavrata Manu migrated with his two sons to Ayodhya because of floods in the Dravida.

The Flood in question relates to the this Floods in Hindu scriptures and Tamil Literature.

Hence it seems that the Sanatana Dharma flourished in the south and moved to North because of floods and Satyavrta Manu established the Sanatana Dharma in the North.

As Time is Cyclic in Indian Thought, I am researching about the earlier floods to find more clues.

There is this issue of the movement of Tectonic plates, shift of North and South Poles which need an examination with the help of Indian Scriptures and Literature.

Inputs with authentic links welcome.

 

Citation.

 

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Avatar

http://ramanan50.wordpress.com/2014/08/12/camouflaged-kurma-temple-with-vaishnodevi/

Mental Depression Mukkolakkal Swayambu Bhagavathy

In Hinduism on August 18, 2014 at 08:46

Many of us aware of the fact that Narayana Bhattathri was cured of his illness by worshiping Guruvayoorappan.

He aslo composed the Narayaneeyam on Lord Guruvayoorappan.

Though his disease was cured he had mental depreesion.

Guruvayoorappan appeared in his dream and instructed hm to worship the feet of Goddess Bhavani at Mullakkolakkal.

Narayana Bhattathri composed the Sr Padha Saptahi on Goddess Bhavani and was cured of his depession.

He spent his old age at this place in Kerala ,India.

 

How To reach Mukkolakkal.

 

  1. Thiruvananthapuram Air Port – 5 km.
  2. Thiruvananthapuram Central Railway Station – 3 km.
  3. Thiruvananthapuram K.S.R.T.C. central Bus Stand – 3 km.
  4. Thiruvananthapuram City Bus Stand – 2 km.

 

Temple Timings.

Sreevaraham Mukkolakkal Bhagavathy Temple opens daily at 4.45 AM in the morning for Palliyunarthal ceremony and closes at 8.00 PM after Athazha Pooja and Deeparadhana.

The morning worship timings are from 4.45 AM to 10.35 AM.

And the evening worship timings are from 5.00 PM to 8.00 PM.

On Tuesdays and Fridays, the temple closes at 8.30 PM after special Pooja offerings.

 

Festivals.

  • Kanni – Navarathri aghosham is a famous festival,which attracts large number of devotees. On Vijayadasami day of the Navarathri utsavam, Vidyarambham is conducted.
  • Vrishchikam – The Vrishchicka Mandala mahotsavam (festival) is celebrated during the entire period of mandalam season.
  • Meenam – The annual festival of the temple comes in Meenam. It begins with inviting and placing Bhagawathy in pacha panthal(Hut made of green palm leaves). Ooroottu is the major festival celebrated at Mukkolakkal Bhagavathy Temple annually. Also known as Ooroottu Maholtsavam, the festival starts on the Thiruonam nakshatra in the Malayalam month of Meenam. Parakkezhunnallippu (Ezhunallippu or Royal Procession of the deity atop an elephant), Pongala, Kuthiyottam, traditional music and dance programs, and colourful fireworks held at the temple premises are major attractions of the Mukkolackal Temple festival.
  • Mesham – Vishu festival.
  • Karkitakam – Aadi chovva festival.

 

Praying at this Temple also cures one of serious diseases.

 

Narayana Bhattathri’s Sri Padha Saptahi.

 

Samvahana lobheena sasi kala choodasyahasthambhuja,
Sparsenabhi cha lohithayathi muhu sthwath pada pangeruham,
Thenaii voddhara sara surachira singagra sanchoornan,
Prachandyam thadanushtitham kila kadham mukthisthalathe shive., 1

How is it Oh Goddess who lives in the place of salvation
Your feet becomes red, when the Lord who wears the crescent,
Touches your lotus like feet with his lotus like hands,
With a great desire to hold them with love and,
How did the same feet break in to powder the head of huge Mahishasura?

Thwath padam nija masthake ghatayithum loke na keke jana,
Kim kim narachayanthi duscharathapascharya saparayadhikam,
Manye dhanya thamam thu devi mahisham vairasthayaiva thwaya,
Yan moordhni swayameva patakaharam padambujam pathitham., 2

Though all the people are worshipping and following severe austerities,
Towards you, so that they can carry your feet on their head,
The lucky ogre Mahishasura who was very bad and your great enemy,
Had your lotus foot kept on his head with your own free will.

Thwad padambujamarpitham kwa nu shive kim nu trayi masthake,
Nithyam Thathwa vichara datha maanasaam chithambhu jagreshu vaa,
Kim vaa thwad pranaya prakopa vina man marari mouli sthale,
Kim proth khandi thaghora sairibha maha daithyendra moordhanthare., 3

Oh goddess Parvathi where is you lotus like feet available?
Is it on the Upanishads which are the head of devas,
Or is it in the heart of yogis who have given it for research on philosophy,
Or is it on the head of Lord shiva who burned to ashes the God of love,
And was found saluting with his head by touching your feet,
To make up with you and pardon him during your lover’s tiff.

Thwad padanchala roopa kalpa lathika bala pravala dwayam,
Ye thavath kalayanthi jathu shirasa namrena kamrojjwalam,
Theshamev hi devi nandana vana kreedasu labhyam padam,
Swar vallee tharuna pravalabharanam sevanuroopam phalam., 4

The front of your two feet is as soft as the flower buds
Of the divine wish giving tree, and those who are fortunate,
To be able to keep it on their heads, reach heaven,
And are happy with the divine damsels of heaven,
Who are as tender as the wish giving tree.

Daavalyam pari laalyathe puraripor angena thunga sriya,
Kincha syamali mapi komala thare bhathyeva gathre hare,
Thatha dathruk padaveem mamaapi janayeda sthoka seva rasaa,
Darunyam thava leeyathe charanayo karunya moorthe shive., 5

In the body of the God who is the enemy of the three cities,
The white colour attains great shine and dazzle,
In the most tender body of the Lord Vishnu,
The bluish black colour shines greatly,
But the redness of your feet having done great service to it,,
Merges with it fearing that you would give it a position similar to Shiva and Vishnu.

Aarunyam thadhidham thwadeeya padayor aabhathi thath kechana,
Prahasthunga nithambha bharaabharana klanthaya klopagatham,
AAnye maahiha moordha pasha militham raktha dravam manvathe,
Manyeham thu natheshu Sandra manuraghodhghara mevanayo., 6

How come your feet shines in this red colour?
Some say that your feet became red,
Due to your very heavy buttocks pressing it,
Some say, that it is because of the blood of Mahisha,
When you made his head in to powder by your feet,
But I say that it is the outpouring of your pity to your devotees.

Prahu padma samasrayam satha druthim thwath pada padmasraya,
Danthasthwad pada padma veekshana vasadkrishnopi padmekshana,
Yad padmarchana mamananthi sdheeyo daaridrya vidravanam,
Mukthi kshethra gathe bhavani thadapi thwath pada padmarchanam., 7

Oh Bhavani who stays in the temple of salvation,
Due to surrendering himself to your feet,
Lord Brahma became the creator sitting on lotus,
And due to always seeing your lotus like feet,
In his mind, Lord Krishna got his lotus like eyes,
And due to offering worship to your lotus like feet,\
Goddess Lakshmi got the power to drive poverty,,
And so wise men offer prayers at your feet,
To drive away all poverty and attain salvation.

Padam they saraseeruha druhamimam yad sevathe padmabhoo-,
Rnoonnam thath swanivasa pankaja thara sri lanka nasankaya,
Govindhepi cha vari rasi thuhi durvasabhja badhabhiya,
Swayai vagra karodh graheedha kamala thranabhilekshana vaa., 8

Lord Brahma born out of a lotus worships,
Your lotus like feet, out of fear that,
It would steal away the dazzle of his lotus home,
And possibly Lord Govinda worships it because of the fear that,
The lotus home of his ocean born wife would be harmed,
Or does he do it to protect the lotus in his hands.

Sevanthe kula sampade nakha mayaa sheethamsavasthwathpadam,
Thath paako nanu veekshyathe hi nitharaa manyeshu sheethamsushu,
Yeko balaka yeva mouli mayi they yatho lalatathmathmatha,
Manyo nirmala ganda manda ladha samanyou thu dhanyou gathi., 9

The crescent of moon with its cool rays,
Chose to stay and pray on the nails of your feet,
And increased the size of his family,
And this can clearly be seen by us,
By one crescent decorating your head,
While another crescent becoming your forehead,
And yet another two becoming your cheeks.

Ghoram pada sahasrakam prakata yanna sassu bhasaam pathi,
Dwantham no punarantharam samayithum saknothi shailathmaje,
Thwath pada dwithayena komala tharanena chetha sprusa,
Janthoonaam bahirandhatha thamasam krunthasyanantham Shive., 10

Sun the lord of luster with his thousand feet(rays),
Is finding himself incapable of removing the darkness,
Of the inner mind, Oh daughter of the mountain,
But you with your two feet which touches our mind,
Is capable of totally removing the darkness,
Which is inside and outside of all beings, Oh Parvathi.

Sooryendwagni sameeranaadhi sakala swarvasinaam unmadha,
Sarvanyeva padaani yo madithavan durvara souryashmana,
Tham ghoram mahishasuram nija padenaikena sammrudnathi,
Yathwam prathya krudasthatha kimaparam thwad vaibhavam broomahe., 11

Mahishasura, who cannot be defeated by any one,
Due to his great valour, became drunk by his power,
And tormented Sun, Moon, Fire, wind and other Gods,
By stealing away their roles in the earth, but you,
Gave him a fitting reply by one kick of your soft feet,
And killing him, What other greatness of your power can I relate?

Yekam vamathyaiva dakshinayaivanyath padam dehinaam,
Khyatham mukthi puradhi vasini Shive thwayi thweethidrusam,
Aanamreshu janeshvabheeshta karane padavubhou dakshina,
Vanamre thu kruthagasi smarahare vamakshi vamavubhou., 12

Oh Goddess Parvathi, who lives in the place of salvation,
It is known that all the people in this world have left and right foot,
But in the your case of your two feet, it is wonderfully different,
When your devotees salute them, both of them are right,
In blessing them all, with whatever they pray,
But when your lord salutes you during lover’s tiff,
Both of them are left and do not appear to yield.
(Left and right are used as Pun. I have tried to bring out, what they mean)

Aanamrasya puradruha sirasi they padabhja pada shive,
Jeeyadhyena bhabhoova pankajavathi moulisthravanthi kshanam,
Kincho danchitha bala pallva vatheejatha jata vallaree,
Laksha pada vasena saandhya sushamaa sandhraa cha chandree kala., 13

Oh Goddess Parvathi, When Lord Shiva, who burnt the cities,
Salutes your feet, during a lover’s tiff, your feet touches his head,
And then it appears as if a flower has blossomed in Ganga,
Which is on his head, and the tender fingers of your feet,
Appear as if they are pretty flower buds decorating his hairs,
And the crescent on his head appears reddish due to,
The reflection of the red colour,that you have applied on your nails.

Drushtwa rathrishu chandra pada janitham padhouhaanaam vyadham,
Devi thwam karuna kuleva kurushe thadvaira niryathanam,
Manaa namra mahesa mouli vala bheevavasya seedadth visho,
Nithyam pankaja padakatha janitha pada yadadheeyathe., 14

When you see that lotus flowers are made to suffer,
During the night by the rays of moon, you decide
To avenge the moon due to your kindness and gently kick the moon,
With your lotus like feet, when Lord Shiva salutes your feet.

Sambranthi sthava devi sa vijayathe manaavanamre shive,
Thath padambhooruha prahara mudhithe mandam samuthayinee,
Laksharaaga saarunaam nipathitham ganga paya ssekaram,
Drushtwa sonitha sankhaa tharalitha kantham yadalambhadha., 15

Oh Goddess, when you quarrel with Lord Shiva,
And when he salutes your feet, you gently kick his head,
And he slowly gets up and the drops of water,
From Ganga on his head fall on your nails,
And the diluted paint on your nails drop down,
Looking like oozing blood from your nails,
And you get flustered and with fear,
Embrace Lord Shiva and the senses win over you.

Sa pada dwitheeyahathir jayathi they yasyam, gireendrathmaje,
Pracheendu yuthe nakhendra dasake mouli sthali sangathe,
Swasyaika dasa moorthi thasa muchi thaneka dasai vodupa,
Navibhrana yivabhabhou sa bhgawan yekapi rudhra swayam., 16

Oh daughter of the king of mountains,
You keep both your feet on the head of Shiva,
When he salutes you during a lover’s tiff,
And then added with the moon on Shiva’s head,
The ten crescents on your nails, it becomes eleven,
And though Shiva is one, he,shines in the form of eleven Rudras.,

Kim vairincha karoti nihatham, kim va phani gramani,
Niswasa nila kheditham, twidhamithi premnabhi sallapina,
Manasye pasame karena sanaksiramru danatha shambhuna,
Bhooyaschumbitha ambujadythi padam dhyayami maye thava., 17

After calming you down, Lord Shiva lifts your foot gently,
With an aim of prattling with love to you,
And finds that your feet are blood red and thinks,
That it may be due to your feet touching the skull of Brahma on his head,
Or it may be due to the poisonous breath of the serpent on him,
And being flustered kisses your feet with love,
And your lotus like feet reddens further,
And I meditate on such a feet of yours.

Poorvam jahnu sutha sakruth mura ripo Sri Pada samkshalanath,
Punyaa dhi drusa vaibhava samabhavad govinda vandhye shive,
Seyam samprathi sambhu mouli nnilaya mana prasanganathou,
Nithyam thwacharana vasechanabhuva punyena keedrug bhavedh., 18

Oh Goddess who is worshipped by Govinda,
Ganges, the daughter of Jahnu, acquired the power of purification,
By the blessings she got for wetting[3] the feet of Lord Vishnu,
And what power is she going to get now, as she is wetting your holy feet,
When Lord Shiva falls at your feet, when there is a lover’s tiff?

Poorva vyakarana prapanchana vidhou labhadhavapyanekam padam,
Kim no trupthi magaadagaadhipa suthe sesha phani gramani,
Aaleena sasi mouli moordhani chiram prema prakopanathou,
Labdhum they pada mekameva kuthuki nithyam yatho varthathe., 19

Oh daughter of the great mountain, even after writing several words[4],
During his interpretation of grammar, Adhi sesha [5] was not satisfied,
And so he sits on the head of Lord Shiva in the hope of attaining your feet,
At least once when Lord Shiva salutes you during,the lover’s tiff.

Thishtanthyam pranaya prakopasatho bhaspakulakshyam thwayee,
Sri Kande nakha darpana prathiphaladrupe purovarthini,
Padagre pathithoyamithyaabhihitho thava lokaanam,
Lolam pada thale vibhathi sahasa sakopa mali mukhe., 20

When you are sitting with a crying face due to anger of love,
You see the reflection of Lord Shiva in your mirror like nails of the feet,
And then your friend teases you by saying that Lord Shiva,
Has fallen at your feet and when you anxiously realize that it is a lie,
Your slant vision with anger falls on your friend, and that indeed is pretty.

Kantha lokana lajjayaa vinimathe kanthe mukhambhoruhe,
Yaasou bhoothala pathuka nayanayo shobhaa thavaabhaasathe,
Sa thavath tharunaruna ambhujayuga branthyaa thavangridwaya.
Pranthe bhathi marandapana kuthuka bhrantheva bhrungawali., 21

Oh goddess, bashful because you feel that Shiva is looking at you.
Your pretty lotus like face bends and the great luster of your eyes,
Falls on the ground and shines and this looks as if,
Your eyes[6] have seen your feet and think that they are newly opened lotus flowers.
And become drowsy like the bees which have drunk the lotus flowers.

Kim brooma kutilathmakopi kabhari bharasthwadheeya shive,
Kelee vislathithasthanothi yadayam thwath pada sammarsanam,
Thad bhooya sumano ganadrutha gunasthwan mouli samlalyatham,
Dathe chithramasou thwadangri bhajanath kim kena no labhyathe., 22

Oh Parvathi, your crowning hair is not straight but curved[7],
And when you playfully do not tie them,
They are lucky enough to touch your feet,
And because of this, it is decorated with flowers,
And is lucky enough to decorate your holy head,
And this is indeed not strange because,
Any one touching your feet, will get everything they want.

Raga dwesha mukha hi vibhramabharaa nasyanthi visweswari,
Thwad sangad ithi mukthidesa nilaye mithya janaii kadyathe,
Udyath dwesha mudhaara vibhramadharam gathram dadhathyaa thvayaa,
Ragoopi dhriyathedhikam charanayo sonaambhujaachayayo., 23

Oh goddess of the universe, your devotees believe,
That by serving you , passion and hatred are destroyed,
But how can this be, for even the god giving salvation,
Becomes passionate on seeing your body and your body being jealous[8],
Hates your lotus like pretty feet and your feet gets lot of colour[9].

Devi thwath pada sathpara gamanisam moulow samabhibratham,
SAdhu nama paragathaiva bhavadhethyascharyamasthaamidham,
Padasthe nakharaprabha bala sitho jagarthi soyam puna,
Schithram nama khara prabhaavaleesitho dushtasuram pishtavaan., 24

Oh goddess, the contact of the dust of your feet on the head,
Removes the dirt of passion and desire, from holy people,
While this is a wonder, more wonderful is the fact,
That though your white feet shines in the luster of your nails,
By its great strength it pulverized Mahisha who troubled the world.

Dwithvena sthdhithayosthwadheeyapadyor dwaitham narasya sphutam,
Kavalya prathipadane kusalatha jathethi koyam karma,
Kim va yukthibhirathra mukthikarathaa vykthaiva padayo-,
Rmuktha yeva hi vishphuranthi vimalasthath sanginomi nakha., 25

How is it that your feet which is visible as two to the devotees,
Gets the power of giving, oneness with god and by what means?
There is no need for logic and research to answer this question,
Because the nails on both your feet has pearl [10] like shine,

Padagram thava kamadham sura latha sakagramachakshmahe,
Jatha ythra hi bala pallava ruchi swaireva ragodayai,
Uth sarpannakha mandali sushamaya puspaleeruthpaditha,
Sanjathaaliruthischa manjula tharaimmanjeera sincharavai., 26

Oh goddess, like the wish giving plant,
Your feet also fulfills all wishes,
The red nails on the feet are similar to the red leaf buds,
And the shining series of nails resemble a flower bunch,
And the musical sound of your anklets resemble the drone of a bee,
And So I feel that your feet are nothing but a branch of that tree

Deveeyam thava sannathesa makuta swar loka kalloalini,
Kallola hathi bhirvisesha vimala jeeyan nakha srenika,
Ydwalya mavapthumaptha kuthukasthayo thapasyanthyamee,
Meena phena kanamscha moukthika gana sankhascha sankhamahe., 27

Oh Goddess, when Lord Shiva salutes you during a tiff.
The waves of Ganges on his head drenches your feet,
And the row of your nails appear extremely pretty,
And the fish, foam, pearls and conches in that water,
And I feel that they are doing penance to get whiteness like your nails.

Maane shambhu shira prahaara charitham thwad iccha krutham,
Jane devi padbhjayoshtu pura jin moordhnaavirodhadhidham,
Yethe pada nakhamsu badha kalahaashithamsu Mandakini,
Bhogeendro kila shankarasya shirasa shankaam vinaa rakshithaa., 28

I think you are not kicking at the head of Lord Shiva willfully,
When he salutes you during the lover’s tiff and that you are made to do it,
Because of the enmity that your feet has towards his head,
As the snake, the moon and the slow moving Ganges,
Look much less pretty than your rows of nails and do quarrel with them.

Devi thwacharanojwalantha nakha mani sronishu leena nama-
NNabhathi sphatikachala sphuta thateesayiva soyam nata,
Hamasa leena vapu swayam kamala bhoo, ksheerabhdhi sayeeva cha,
Sree bhartha madwapi naka sarasi snayanniva lakshyathe., 29

The dancing lord when he salutes your feet, looks like,
He lies on the bed of snow mountain in the white light of your nails,
And Lord Brahma looks as if he lies on the white swan he rides,
And Lord Vishnu looks like as if he lies on the milky ocean,
And Indra when he salutes appears as if he takes bath in,
The Manasarovar lake of the heaven,

Dolo keli vidhow himachala shila dese samabhyahathaath,
Padagratthavayani yava karasaprayantha nanyambike,
Thayabhyagatha shumbha sankarabhavad rakthambhuvisthaaranaa,
Bindu ksepanibhaaninandadamaree vidhyani vandhamahe., 30

When you are swinging in Himalayas
Over the stony terrain in your swing,
Your feet rubs on those stones and
The reddish colour applied there,
Falls on those stones and we salute them,
And even the pretty damsels of heaven,
Also salute them with happiness,
Thinking it is the great forerunner of blood,
Which will flow when you kill Shumbha.

Dolo kelishu yam himalaya shilalagram vane vaasino,
Bhathathya yogivaraa tripundrakalithelimpanthi phalanthare,
Ya sidhapramadha samethya thilakam kurvanthi nathwa muhu,
Stham dakshayani they kada nu padyorieksheya laksha rasam., 31

Oh daughter of Daksha, When you are swinging in Himalayas
Over the stony terrain in your swing, the drops of lac applied on your nails
Which falls is applied in addition to the three ash lines by the sages living there,
And it seems the wives of those yogis apply it as thilaka [11] too,
And when I will be fortunate to see those drops of red?

Devi thwam mura vairina pranamane yad kinchida kunchaya,
Sri padambhujamanyadhaasya shirasi thwad padaalakshanchithe,
Sri bhoomyoritharapranamakruthamithyaanyonya shankhaya,
Roshapya kulyoschiram sa Bhagawan jayeth paryakula., 32

Oh Goddess when Lord Vishnu the killer of Mura salutes your feet,
Slightly bend it, for otherwise the paint would touch the head of Vishnu,
And seeing that Goddess Lakshmi and Goddess earth would suspect each other,
Having received his endearment and Lord Vishnu would suffer long because of it.

Pragudwaga vidhou himachala sadasyaswamadhirohaaya ya-
Thrasprakshyami viyadwanimithi puna sathyam vidathum cha yath,
Daithyothpeshana saahase virachithe samvaahanartha cha yath,
Thath padha grahanathrayam vijayathe sarveena sarvaani they., 33

Oh great goddess, three cheers to your feet for,

Lord Shiva held your feet, in the Himalayas,

And kept it on a stone during your marriage,
He again held it while promising,
That he would not touch Ganga who is on his head,
And again when you got prepared, to fight with the great Mahishasura.

Shumbhasthe kila devi raga kalahe pada praharothswam,
Labhdhum kaamkshitha vanupayamiha khalvagnina vignaathavaan,
Yadyayothsyathi ghora mahishavapurdharisa vairi thath,
Pradhanishyatha moordhni komalarucha padaravindhena they., 34

Shumbha expected that your feet would fall on him when you love him[12],
And that foolish one did not know the proper method of getting it on him,
For had he like the terrible Mahishasura, fought with you, as his enemy,
He would have easily got your soft glowing lotus like feet on his head.

Aanamre gireese pada praharane dathe bhavathyaarusha,
Nadhe kim mahisho ahamithyabhihithe deveena thasmin kshane,
Aalishwakulithasmithaasu punarapyuddhaamapushyadrusha
Sthanmoulou jayathi dwitheeyamapi they padabhja santhadanam., 35

Oh Goddess when you hit the head of Lord Shiva with anger during a lover’s tiff,
He asks, “Darling, do you think I am Mahishasura?”, and at that moment,
Your lady companions near you see that and are sad[13] and also smile[14] at you teasingly,
And victory to that Lord Shiva who got one more hit by your lotus like feet.

Padagram thava sangara sramavasaadakshareelakshaarasam,
Vinyastham mruga nayakopari chirajjeyaadagendrathmaje,
Yathkathyaiva hi lohitho mugapathirdaithyaprahaarothgala-,
Drathkambha kanikaa vahannapi thadhaa naamani vaimaanika., 36

Oh daughter of the king of the mountains, when you are tired,
After a battle and sit on your lion steed, the red lac applied on your nails,
Melts and falls on the lion and let there be victory to the lion who shines in red,
But the same lion if it is reddened by the blood of the asuras it kills[15],
It is not praised by the sages and devas assembled in the sky.

Naivalimpa nilimpamoordhasu na vaa simhoparithyajyathaam,
Maa chedham mahishasya moordhni rabhasaadalupyalolupyathaam,
Pathyurmouli nadhee jale paramidham samkshaalaneeyam thwaye,
Thyaleekeligiro Jayanthi girije thwad pada laaksharpane., 37

Oh daughter of the mountain, when your friends apply lac on your nails,
They say, do not let this paint[16] fall on the heads of saluting devas,
Nor on your lion steed nor on the head of Mahishasura,
When you kick him with great anger, for this paint,
Is meant to be washed by the Ganges on the head of Lord Shiva.

Nathyaiva pradhamam thwadangri kaalam thou pushpavanthaavubhou,
Trilokyam mahassabhibhooya charatho vyomantharapranthare,
Nadhe thou kadhamnyadhaaparigalalla ksharasa kshalithou,
Veekshyathe brusa sona bhimbamudayarambhepriyammaukou., 38

Oh Goddess, the Sun and moon first salute your feet,
Then win over the three worlds by their great light,
And travel a long distance in the sky and if they do not,
How can they be prettily red due to being drenched[17],
By the paint of your feet just before they come out.

Trilokyam vasyanthi papa pata leemuchchatayathyuchakai-,
Vidwesham janayanthy adharma vishaye prasthambhayanthyapadam,
AAkarshyanthyabhi vanchithaani mahisgaswar vairino maaranaa-,
Schithram thwath pada sidha choorna nivaha shad karmanaam saadhaka., 39

Your devotees by wearing the dust of your feet in their head,
Are able to achieve six things[18] namely, attracting the three worlds,
Driving away the crowd of sins, creating hatred for sinful acts,
Freezing dangers at the spot, fulfilling the desires of their mind
And killing of their Mahisha like enemies and this is indeed wonderful.

Kim kalpa druma panchakam pranamathaam aakaankshitha paadane,
Kim panchayudha bana panchakamidham maarari sammohane,
Sookshmam kinchana pancha bhootha vapusho, viswasya kim kaaranam,
Thwad paadanguleepanchakamidham kim bhathi Shambho priye., 40

Oh goddess who is the darling of Lord Shiva, the five fingers of your feet are shining,
Are they the five wish giving trees[19] for all those who worship at your feet?
Or are they the five flower arrows[20] of god of love which rattled Lord Shiva?
Or are they the five elements[21] that joined and created this world?

Dolo kelishu dhoora dhoora gamane prengkhenganaa vibhrame,
Medhinyaamanipathitham jayathi they nadhe padambhoruham,
Bhakthyaa sannamathaam thwadhanana galath ganamruthaa moorchaya,
Bhooprushte chirasayinam divishadamaaghatta nasaadhwasath., 41

When you are swinging in the swing to distances to and fro,
The devas fall on the ground to salute you and hear the nectar like song,
Emanating from your face and drunk in this sweetness loose their consciousness,
And your feet strikes on the ground and makes sound, so that they do not get injured.

Manjeera prasaranmasara sushuma roopaa kalindhathmajaa,
Swachcha chchya nakhamsu sanchaya mayee Ganga sangamukha,
Sona padaruchaam chayascha militho yathra thwadagre thatho,
Manjantheeva pathanthi thathra munaya sarvepi sarvangane., 42

Oh Goddess who blesses, the light from the blue gems
Of your anklets shine like the black waters of Yamuna,
And the shine of the nails of your feet which are white and clear,
Are shining the Ganges when it is joining the sea,
And your red feet shines like the sacred red river,
And so the sages seeing the three coloured luster,
Fall at your feet and bath in the Triveni Sangama[22].

Manjeerarpitha sacra neela sakala sri chanchalee kanchitham,
Rajath renu vibhooshitham paramahamsaleebhiraa sevitham,
Thwath padagra Saroja manguleedalaschaayaa bhiraa bhasuram,
Vishwakshobhi nakhaamsu jaalapaayasee swache samuchobhathe., 43

Oh Goddess, the blue gems in your anklets spread like bees,
And your feet which is decorated by shining powders and pastes
Is worshipped by great sages who like swans come one after another in a row,
And the fingers of your feet spread like climbing plants,
And the shine emanating from your clear nails look like a lake,
And your feet looks great in that shining lake.

Manjeera swara manju viskheerarave thath sangi neelothphala-,
Cchaya roopa thamolave naka mishadaksheena thaaraa gane,
Sandhyaa raga nibhaswa kanthi patale thwath pada moolathmaka,
Prathyooshopagame hi devi labhathe loka prabhodhodhayam., 44

Oh Goddess, the front of your feet when it comes out in the dawn,
Is seen by the world as the rise of the sun and the sound of gems,
And your anklets sound as if a cock crows in the morn,
And the light of the blue gems in your anklets resembles the dim light of dawn,
And the nails of your holy feet shine as if they are the stars,
And top of your feet which is red resembles the reddish light of dawn.

Vidhyaa mukthi rema vadhooshu nitharaam kamathuraa manavaa,
Sthathwannakha kanthi chandana rasai ralibhya gathram nijam,
Thwad padabjaruchi pravala nichite bhoomithale serathe,
Nithyam devi bhavad krupaa Priya sakhi viswasatha kevalam., 45

Oh Goddess, those men who are passionate to get knowledge, salvation and wealth,
Apply the sandal paste and other scents of shine of the nails of your holy feet,
And roll on floor spread with the tenderest leaves,
Tread by the extreme luster of your divine feet,
And have faith only in your grace which is like your loving girl friend.

Manjeera kwanithai kshipanniva muhu sriman nakhamsudgamair,
Daithyendram prahasannivaruna ruchaa rushyanni vasmai brusam,
Dheeraayaam thwayi nirvikaramanasi thwad pada eva sphutam,
Pushnaan vaira vikaaramesha mahisha dwamsi parithrayathaam., 46

Even though you are brave and have a mind,
Which does not have any negative feelings,
Your feet seems to look at Mahishasura as an enemy,
The gems in the anklets make the sound of shouting at him,
The shine of the nails of your feet always appear to tease him,
And the top of your feet which is red appears to be angry on him,
And let your great shining holy feet protect us.

Kshipram devi siraspadena mahisham pishtwa thadhospadam,
Dithsandhyaam thwayi kanta banjana Priya knteerave vidruthe,
Medhinyamapi bheethi kampitha thanou premathwaraa saalinaa,
Sarvenaiva nijangaseemni nihitham patha dwayam they jayeth., 47

Oh Goddess, after powdering Mahishasura by kicking,
On his head speedily with your tender foot,
When you searched for a place to keep the feet which was paining,
Your steed lion ran away being scared that you will cut his neck,
The earth was scared because it thought there may be a deluge,
But Sri Parmeshwara who loves you took them lovingly and kept them on his lap.

Poorve devi padambhujena mahishapradhwasanabhyasath,
Paschad kuthsitha sumbha daithyaa vijayoapyevam kruthakim thwaya,
No chedhbhahi kadham kusumbhavijayi padagradesooyamee-,
Thyalape Gireesasya thadh vijayathe mandasmitham devi they., 48

Oh goddess, you killed Mahisha by your feet as a practice,
And then did you win the bad hearted Shumbha(Kusumbha) by your feet,
Else otherwise how is it that your feet is described as victor of Kusumbha[23],
And why did Lord Shiva describe it as the victor over Kusumbha[24] flowers,
Which remark made you break in to a happy mild smile.

Vibhranena manojna yavakarasam manju dhwaneem noopura,
Sleshalankruthi shalinaa nakha mani jatha prasadasriya,
Yekenaiva padena devee mahishadwamse maheeyasthara,
Shlokoyam rachisthwayethi vibhudha samslagnam kurvathe., 49

Oh Goddess, you earned great fame by killing Mahisha by one feet,
And so say the very wise people and that feet is coated with red lac juice,
And it is accompanied by the pretty jingling sound of your anklets,
And it is well ornamented by ornaments like the anklets[25].

Thwam shambhor mahishi bhavasyagasuthe thenopa haasaaya they,
Daithyoyam Mahishi bhavath upagatha sojyam kadham kshamyathe,
Itham noopura niswanairiva vadan pada swadeeyaa rushaa,
Sasthra pragruhanaath puraiva mahisham pishnaan parithrayathaam., 50

Oh, Goddess you are the wife(mahishi) of Lord Shiva[26],
And So Mahishasura to tease you came in the form of a bison,
And your feet said through the sound of anklets
And Powdered him to death even before your hands searched for weapons.

Devya pangasayodhya kopi mahisgascha mahaan kantaka,
Padonahatha ithyudhooda hasitham sakhya samavedithe,
Sadhya kanta kasaalinaa kare thalenaasadhya padambhujam,
Grhannanarthi vinodhnaya giriso jeeyath priyasthe shive., 51

Oh Goddess, when your friends told Lord Shiva with a smile,
That the evil Mahisha who was like a thorn was swept away by your feet,
And he with his lucky[27] hands which would give you immense happiness[28],
Held your lotus like feet to sweep away its tiresomeness,
And such a great Lord Parameshwara shines as your sweet heart.

Thwad padaangulee pallavi ragasuthe devi swayam panchami,
Panchathwam gamitho mahasura ithi swathmanuroopam krutham,
Yethaireva natho janasthridasathaam neetho mahesa puna-,
Rlakshathwam gamitha prassona danusho vismapanam thad dwayam., 52

Oh daughter of the mountain, through the five tender climbers,
Which are the fingers of your feet, Mahisha was joined back with the five elements,
But the men who worship your feet with the same five fingers become devas[29],
And it gives the Lord Parameshwara the aim of the five arrows of God of love.

Brahmam maghavanam cha vahanamaho mandair gathair nindhitham,
Dhavalyena nakhathwishaam vihisitho bahoopi maaheswara,
Itham vahanavairithaam bhajathi they padasthatho manmahe,
Kathyayanya munaa nyaghani mahisha kaarthantha vahabramth., 53

Oh Goddess Kathyayani, the swan which is the steed of Brahma,
And Airavatha the steed of Indra were made fun of by your feet,
By its soft walk and by the gem like white brilliance of its nails ,
Similarly the bull which is the steed of Shiva was also made fun of,
And thus you feet has earned the enmity of various steeds,
And that is perhaps why Mahisha was misunderstood
As Yama’s steed and was killed by your feet.

Seemantha prakare surendra sudrasaam sindhoora rekhathmana,
Manikyadhyuthi samjnayaiva makuchikotishu daithyadruhaam,
Shambhor moordhni jataaghataruna ruchi vyajena pada prabhai,
Vaikaa they parinaamamethi karunamurthe gireendrathmaje., 54

Oh personification of mercy, Oh daughter of the king of mountain,
The shine of your feet though it is one, is seen by us in many ways,
It is like the saffron filled parting of hair of the saluting deva maidens,
It is like the shining gem in the tip of the crown of saluting enemies of asuras,
And it is like the red brilliance seen in the hairs of Shiva during lover’s tiff.

No kesa paramasraya sumanasaam padabhja renuscha they,
No mandarasitha param smitha ruchir manjeerayosya thwayee,
No bahu kalahamsamethya jayathi thwad dyana leelapyasou,
No shumbhathalaksha mananamitham Padambhujam chambike., 55

Oh Goddess, Your hair is the ultimate home of scented flowers,
The shine of your smile shines white like the Mandara flowers,
Your hands not only attain the war but also win them,
And your face shines, is pretty due to confusion and has pretty eyes,[30]

Nadhhe thavakavaaha simhachalithaaswath pada mole nathaa,
Noonam bhabhra murabhramu Priya mukha, dikkumbhii veeraschiram,
No chedhesha kadham thadhunnathasira sindhoora sandhohajo,
Ragasthe charanambhuje parinamannadhyapi vidhhyothathe., 56

Oh Goddess of all, It is known that steeds like Airavatha,
Have saluted your feet and ran away long ago,
Because they were scared of your lion steed,
If it is not so, how is it that the redness of the saffron of the head[31],
Of the eight elephants guarding the directions[32], Shine even today as the redness of your feet?

Thwath padhoyamajasrithascha ruchira sparsasaanvitho Yoginaa-,
Mantha sdhakruthi rooshmabhaakcha mahishapradhwamsanaprakrame,
Yevam khalvakhilaaksharathma kamamum shailendra kanya kadham,
Bhashanthe natha varga bandhuum apavargaalambhanam vaa janaa., 57

Oh, daughter of he king of mountains, Your feet have been,
Depended upon by Lord Brahma and has a very soft touch,
And it is also within the minds of great yogis,
And shines with the fame of killing Mahishasura,
And will people describe that eternal and universal feet,
As the one which gives protection to those who salute it or as a source of salvation.

Unmeelankhamanda leeheemakana sonaprabhakairikam,
Bhibhrana parishobha mana katako bhooyovanaikasraya,
Gayathsidha vadhoonishevithathala padasthvadheeya shive,
Raajathyesha himadhri pada vadhidham yuktham himadhre suthe., 58

Oh daughter of Himalayas, your feet shines like the foot of Himalayas,
While your feet has the row of shining nails,
The Himalaya mountain has row of shining dew drops,
While your feet carries the red coloured Girija,
The foot of the mountain carries the red shining mountain parts,
While your feet is adorned by the very much shining anklets,
The foot of the mountain is adorned by the shining mountain slopes,
While your feet is the place of refuge which protects the devotees,
The foot of the mountain is the place of refuge of many forests,
And your feet is the place where sidha maidens sing and come to do service,
The Mountain is the place where Sidhas live with their singing wives,
And thus your feet and the Himalaya mountains are very similar.

Dig balair dasapi prudhak prudha gayam thwath padayor arpitho,
Drusyo bhakthyanuraga yeva dasadha sonangulee sri mishath,
Padabhyamapi thaan prathi prakatithaa noonam prasadangura,
Drushyanthe nakha kanthi pankthi dasa kavyaajena Shailathmaje., 59

Oh daughter of the great mountain, the guardians of ten directions,
Separately have dedicated great love and devotion towards your feet,
And this is shown by the shining ten fingers of your feet,
And the blessings of your feet which are showered on them,
Is also seen clearly by the row of shining ten nails, as a reason.

 

Meghaanaam kulisasya chaprathihathaa dhaaraa kramaantham chiram,
No drusyetha dhaanavaari vibhavo nakasya nagasya cha,
Puthrosyam mama sainikascha dhadhathaam nithyam jayantha sukham,
Thwad padambhujapaathina surapatheritham jayandhyarthanaa., 60

Oh Goddess, I, Indra, the guardian of the east pray to you like this,
Let the clouds and thunders grow in numbers without problems,
Let heaven and my steed Iravatha not be disgraced by the Rakshasas,
Let Jayantha, my son and my army which sees only victory be always happy,
And these prayers of me (Indra) would get victory only by your grace.

AAjyaa saktha karai rdwijanmabhiraham hooyeya no danavai,
Swaharochithamasthu parswamanisam thaadruk cha havyam mama,
Rakshaavanithi bhoothimanithicha may sabdhaprasidhyaa shive,
Nopekshyohamithi twadangri namane jeeyasuragnegiraa., 61

Oh Goddess Shivaa, Agni the guard of south east prays like this at your feet,
Let me be propitiated by Brahmins whose hands are drenched with ghee,
But not by Rakshasas who hold the bow and arrow in their hands,
Let my wife Swaha shine by my side always and without break,
Let me get my offerings (Havya) when I shine with Swaha,
And I who am famous as strong and wealthy should not be disregarded by you[33],
And by grace all my above prayers be fully realized.

Thwadbhakthaagama budhi poorva likhitham syachedaksha medhaa Shive,
Kanthasthe mayi roshavaan kuru punasthasyardhra bhavam sanai,
Devi thwam mahishabhihanthri chakitham thrayasva may vahanam,
Kalasyethi jayanthi they padanathou lolasya samprarthana., 62

Oh Goddess Shivaa, Lord Yama the guardian of south prays like this at your feet,
If my clerk Chithraguptha has written without thought,
The sins of your devotees in his account book, please forgive me,
And Oh Goddess, you killed an asura in the buffalo form and,
So please save my buffalo steed which is afraid of you,
And let these prayers done with remorse become true.

Dharmacharaparoaya mithyavamatho rakshobhirekanvaye,
Mahyam Veda vinindhithaam disa madhrjathi dwishaschamaraa,
Daivadhithyubhayachyutho visarano rakshyohamithyadhaya,
Thwath pada pranathou jayanthi nir ruthethyaakulaa prathanaa,., 63

Oh Goddess, Lord Nirruthi[34], the guardian of south west prays like this at your feet,
I am being insulted by Rakshasas of my clan as one who follows Dharma,
And the Gods have allotted me the south west which is shunned by the Vedas,
And so I, due to my bad luck am shunned by both these groups and,
I do not have any other protection except your lotus like feet,
And Let these prayers of Nirruthi done with great sorrow become true.

Mathputhryaa mama vaa mukundagrahathaabhahgyam na samksheeyatham,
Maham payishi kumbhajena munina kalpantha suryena vaa,
Dhwedhaa may sura vaahini dhayithathaa, sadhu thwaya rakshyatham,
Thwat padambhuja pathino jala paderitham jayandhyarthana., 64

Oh Goddess, Lord Varuna the guardian of the west prays like this at your feet,
Let me and my daughter Goddess Lakshmi[35] be able to live in Vaikunta happily,
Let Sage Agasthya[36] born out of a pot not drink me away completely,
And let at the time of deluge, let me not be dried by those torrid twelve suns,
And also please save of my position of consort of Mandakini,
And also my position of being the chief of army of devas.
And let these prayers of Varuna, the god of waters become true.

Viswapranamayee thwameva mama thu prahurjagat praanathaam,
Sarvasyaapi sada gahirhi bhavathi mamevamahurjanaa,
Lajjapadamaka meedrusam janani na kim kurmahe pahi maam,
Mithyevam pavanasya they padanathoiu vacho jayanthyakula., 65

Oh mother, Lord Vayu the guardian of the north west prays like this at your feet,
Though you are the soul of all beings, people say that I am their soul breath,
Though you are always the ultimate place of salvation(gathi),
People say that I am always roaming and moving(sada gathi),
And these meaningless praise of people makes me ashamed
And I know I am helpless to do anything and so protect me,
And let these prayers done by God Vayu with remorse become true.

Shankhollasi galojjwale samakare padhyena kunda smithe,
Padagradrutha kachape muka maha padme mukundasrithe,
Ithyasmannigathree neela nayane charchathmike pahi maam,
Yitham padanadheeshive vijayathe sakhyu Kubhrerasyathe., 66

Oh Goddess, Kubhera who guards the northern side prays like this,
Please save me oh goddess, who has the treasure Shankha playing on her neck,
Who holds the treasure Maha Padma in her hands,
Who has a smile which is similar to the treasure Kunda,
Who has the treasure Kachapa waiting below her feet with devotion,
Who has a face like treasure Mahapadma,
Who is depended upon by the treasure Mukunda,
Whose eyes are the treasure Neela,
And who applies the treasure Vara as the scent in her body
And thus has all nine treasures which I am supposed to have,
Thus prays Kubhera,who is your friend so that his prayer is fulfilled.[37]

Sannameshu bhavad padambhuja nakhacchayaam jata sangineem,
Gangethyaalijanaa vadanthi vithadham maa bhoormadhaa kopini,
Drushtim mayyapaneeyathaam parushamapyekam vaco dheeyatha,
Meesanastha bhavanee they padanadhavitham jayanthyathana., 67

Oh Bhavani, Eesana who guards the north east salutes your feet and prays thus,
When you are angry and not speaking and when I am saluting you,
The image of your nails falls on my hairs,
And people tell a lie that it is the river Ganges,
But please do not be angry with me unnecessarily
and please send your glances on me,
And at least tell one word even if it is in anger, and fulfill my prayers.

Nabheethobhava madhisthava bhalath pakshaadhabhithosyaham,
Thrayakshena trimukee kruthopi chathurasyo aham thavaiva sthavai,
Thwam vishwathmathayopajanya na puna srashataramaakhyaahi maa,
Mitham Devi jayanthi they padanathou vaneepaather vanaya., 68

Oh Goddess, this is the prayer of Lord Brahma, the consort of Vani,
I was born with fear and unstable being on a lotus grown on a belly,
But due to the strength of your blessing I became fearless,
And though I was made with three heads by Lord Parameshwara[38],
Because I recited your prayers, I actually became one with four heads,
Which were made capable of reciting all the four Vedas by you,
And if you who are spread every where refer to me as the creator,
The great people who know the truth would make fun of me,
And let these words of mine become true by your grace.

Aaseerasthi mukhe vidambhayathi maam bhooyopi chase spruha,
Bhogaa santhi sahasthradhaa punaraham bhogaan kadham prarthaye,
Seshoham spruhayamya sesha sukha mithyethascha hasaspadam,
Nadhe chinthaya samyagithyahipathesthwad pada patho Jayeth., 69

Oh goddess, this is the prayer of Adhisesha, prostrating at your feet,
I have poisonous teeth(all good things) from the very beginning,
And so the wish that I should have more wealth makes people laugh at me,
I have comforts (snakes) in thousands with me,
And so how can I pray for more pleasures,
I am sesha (what is remaining)
And suppose I wish for limitless pleasures(asesha).
Then also people will laugh at me,
Oh goddess please think about this,
These are my only prayers and let them be fulfilled.

Parvathya padamathra drusyamithi vaa pade bhavathwena vaa,
Sadhuthwatha dhupasthaye hitha thayaa padyanmuni sphutam,
Saishaa mukthipuri gireendra thanayaa bhakthena narayane,
Naabadhhaa sapthathir disathu va kalyana hallohalam., 70

These verses extolling the feet of goddess Parvathi,
Have been written as a poem with four lines each,
And provides help for the devotees to pray, the feet of Parvathi,
And has been written by Narayana who lives in Mukthipuri,
And is a great devotee of the daughter of the king of mountain,
And let these verses grant all good things for devotees reciting it.

Translated by P.R.Ramchander.

Citation.

 

 

http://www.hindupedia.com/en/Sri_Pada_Sapthathi_of_Melpathur

Krishna’s 16,000 Wives Men Madhvacharya,Mahabharata Facts

In Hinduism on August 17, 2014 at 09:57

Mahabharata Tatparya Nirnaya is by Madhvacharya, which is a commentary on Ramayana, Mahabharata and the Birth of Veda Vyasa.

 

The Mahabharata Tatparya Nirnaya has 32 chapters.

 

The essence of this work of 32 chapters has been captured in a work called Bhava Sangraha by Sri Raghavendra Swamy. while the first Nine chapters deal with Ramayana tatprya Nirnaya, the 10th chapter describes the birth Shri Veda Vaysa. Rest deal with Mahabharata.

In the Bhava Sangraha, there are therefore 32 slokas followed by a concluding sloka.

 

This work states that the Mahabharata of Vyasa has to be studied in conjunction with the Ramayana.

 

This work contains some unknown and some controversial facts.

 

Some of them are.

 

1.The Mahabharata was altered and the correct version was by Madhvacharya , at the Bidding of Lord Vishnu.

2.Trijata, daughter of Vibhishana  was born as  Subhadra, sister of Lord Krishna.

3.There are  three forms of  Lakshmi.
Vedhabhimani Rama, Yajnabhimani Yagna and Dakshinabhimani Dakshina are the  forms of the same Lakshmi.

They are equal. The superiority of the second and the third forms is stated keeping in mind only their placement.

Vedhabhimani form is outside,  Yajnabhimani is on the lap of the God and Dakshinabhimani is the very part of the body.

 

4.16,000 wives of Krishna were Men, Agni Putras.

 

This wok contains more interesting information.

 

Importance has been given to Bhima than Arjuna.

 

This work’s authenticity is questioned by many.

 

“In the second chapter “vAkyoddhAraH” Acharya mentions his reasons for writing this work (From Reference 2). 2.3. In some places (of the Mahabharatha) verses have been interpolated and in others verses have been omitted in some places, the verses have been transposed and in others, different readings have been given out of ignorance or otherwise. 2.4. Though the works are really indestructible, they must be deemed to be mostly altered. Mostly all of them have disappeared and not even one crore (out of several crores of slokas) now exists. 2.5 – 2.7. When the original work itself is so altered, What is there to say of its meaning which is intelligible (even) to the Devas only with difficulty. When the work had thus become altered in the Kali age, under the direction of Hari for its clear understanding, I shall state the settled truths having known them through His grace, and also having well known the other (extinct) works and all the Vedas through His grace, and also having examined the various editions existing in several places. 2.8 – 2.9. Just as the all-powerful supreme Lord Vyasa who is no other than Narayana has narrated in the Bharatha and other works, I shall also, with the knowledge imparted by Him, briefly state the essential teachings of all the Sastras, in accordance with the interpretation of Bharatha. The Bharatha is stated to be the decisive authority on all the Sastras. 2.10. Formerly when all the Devas headed by Brahma and others and the Rishis had assembled once under the very direction of Vyasa, Bharatha was weighed as against the Vedas and all other Sastras by placing them upon the two scales of a balance, when Bharatha excelled (in weight). 2.11. This work is called MahaBharatha on account of its greatest weight and highest quality…

 

  • Other schools of thought dismiss certain Puranas as being composed by each sect supporting their own Gods. Sri Madhva has quoted from all Puranas and still showing that Sri Hari is supreme. In fact in TantraSara he shows that each alphabet corresponds to Sri Hari.(wiki Mahabharata Tatparya Nirnaya)

 

 

Read the Precis of the work at.

 

 

http://mahabharata-resources.org/mbtn/MBTN_3_harshala.pdf

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