Gotra Of Shiva Vishnu Brahma

The term Vishnu is from the Sanskrit root Jishnu

‘Vishnum Jishnum Mahavishnum prabha Vishnum Maheswaram’ Vishnu Sahasranama.

Jishnum means ‘supporting,supportive’

As Vishnu is the Protector and supports the Universe,he is called Vishnu.


There was a query from one of the readers of this blog as to which Gotra the Trimurthis,Brahma,Vishnu and Shiva belong?

Thrimurthis are Brahma ,Vishnu and Rudra.

Rudra is an aspect of Shiva,and  Not Shiva in His all aspects.

Vishnu is an aspect of Narayana.

The term Vishnu is from the Sanskrit root Jishnu

‘Vishnum Jishnum Mahavishnum prabha Vishnum Maheswaram’ -Vishnu Sahasranama.

Jishnu means ‘supporting,supportive’

As Vishnu is the Protector and supports the Universe,he is called Vishnu.

Narayana is an aspect of Brahman,Reality.

And Vishnu is an aspect of Narayana.

There are two interpretations of the term Narayana.

Narayeti Narayanaha,one who shows Man(Nara) how to Live,conduct Himself.

Another is One who lives in Water(naaram),Ocean of Milk,Ksheera Sagar.

So Vishnu is an aspect of Narayana,who is an aspect of Nirguna (beyond Attributes) Nirguna Brahman,Reality beyond Attributes,a Principle.

Now to the Gotra of Brahma,Vishnu and Rudra.


Sage Kasyapa had thirty three children.

Eleven Rudras,Twelve Adityas,Eight Vasus, Two Aswini Kumaras.

These thirty three are the Primary God’s of Hinduism.

Of them were twelve Adityas,and eleven Rudra.

Therefore Rudra and Vishnu belong to Kasyapa Gotra,by lineage.

As Brahma was born of Vishnu,He belongs to Kasyapa Gotra.

As to Shiva,there is no reference of Him having been of Womb in any of His Avatars.

Therefore Gotra can not be ascribed.

The eleven Rudras.

  1. Nirriti
  2. Shambhu
  3. Aparajita
  4. Mrigavyadha
  5. Kapardi
  6. Dahana
  7. Khara
  8. Ahirabradhya
  9. Kapali
  10. Pingala
  11. Senani

Twelve Adityas.

  1. Vishnu (The head of all the Adityas
  2. Aryama
  3. Indra
  4. Tvashtha
  5. Varuna
  6. Dhata
  7. Bhaga
  8. Parjanya (Savitr?)
  9. Vivasvan
  10. Amshuman
  11. Mitra
  12. Pushya

Reference and citation.Âdityas

Five Burning Ghat Shiva Temples

Though there are Bhairava Temples in the North indicating Shiva’s association with Burning Ghats and there is the association of Varanasi, Benares with Burning Ghat, there seems to be no clear

I wrote an article on Sri Vanchiyam Siva Temple where a burning ghat is located near the temple.

And this temple is not closed when death occurs in the street where the temple is nor is the temple closed during Eclipses, which is a standard practice in Hindu temples.

I shall be writing a clarification on this in a separate article.

Shiva is His form as Rudra is associated with Death and described as living in Smasanam, Burning ghat.

The ashes of the corpse is smeared by Him all over His body.

The association of Burning ghat with Shiva is more prevalent in South India than North India.


Thirukkadayur Temple.image
Thirukkadayur Temple.

ough there are Bhairava Temples in the North indicating Shiva’s association with Burning Ghats and there is the association of Varanasi, Benares with Burning Ghat, there seems to be no clear classification of such temples in Sanskrit texts as much as in Tamil texts.

Tamil literature abounds in such references.


And specific temples are grouped as Smasanam Temples.

There are four such temples in Tamil Nadu.

1.Thiruvattanam,Thirukkadavur,near Mayuram Tamil Nadu.

This town is famous for the temple of Abhirami and அமிர்தகடேஸ்வரர். Amirthakadeswarar.

The smasanam is located slighly away from the temple and many miss it.

And one prays for longevity and has Sashtiapthapoorthy performed at Thirukarukavur.

2.Kachi Mayanam. Mayanam in Tamil is burning ghat.

One finds Siva associated with Burning ghat here too.


4.Navalur Mayanam.


Shall be writing in detail on each of these.

In some of these places streets have sprung between burning ghat and the temples

Kashyapa Father of Vishnu Rudra Paediatrics Kashmir An Overview

Transcaucasia. Strabo wrote that “to the country of the Albanians belongs also the territory called Caspiane, which was named after the Caspian tribe(Kaswan, Kashyap Jat clans), as was also the sea; but the tribe has now disappeared”. Moreover, the Caspian Gate, which is the name of a region in Tehran province of Iran, is another possible piece of evidence that they migrated to the south of the se

Kashyapa,one of the Eternal Seven Seers, a Saptha Rishi,may in a sense be considered as the Grandsire of Humanity.

The term Kashyapa means ‘tortoise’

Undisturbed am I, undisturbed is my soul,
undisturbed mine eye, undisturbed mine ear,
undisturbed is mine in-breathing, undisturbed mine out-breathing,
undisturbed my diffusive breath, undisturbed the whole of me.

Thereafter rose Desire in the beginning, Desire the primal seed and germ of Spirit,
O Kama dwelling with the lofty Kama, give growth of riches to the sacrificer, (…)
Prolific, thousand eyed, and undecaying, a horse with seven reins Time bears us onward,
Sages inspired with holy knowledge mount him, his chariot wheels are all the worlds of creatures.

Kala [Time] created yonder heaven, and Kala made these realms of earth,
By Kala, stirred to motion, both what is and what shall be, expand, (…)
Kala created living things and first of all Prajapati,
From Kala self-made Kasyapa, from Kala Holy Fire was born.

— Atharvaveda, Book XIX, Hymns L51-5′

One may recall the Koorma Avatar of Vishnu and the legend of Turtle/Tortoise is present in the formation of Earth in ancient legends.

Seems there is a message here.

Am looking into references in world religious texts and legends.

Kasyapa is the most ancient Rishi listed in the most ancient Upanishad,Brihadaayanka Upanishad.

Kasyapa is listed as a Saptha Rishi in the Rig Veda.

Saptha Rishis are eternal and they remain,Along with Narayana in is Yogic Slumber,while the world is being withdrawn.(Pralaya).

In Hinduism,there is no destruction of the Universe.

The term Dissolution is used to convey the meaning of the Sanskrit word,Pralaya.

Withdrawal may be nearer to the meaning of Pralaya.

These Saptha Rishis preserve the Vedas and lay down the rules for Mankind in Ech Manvantara.

Kashyapa is one among these.

His progenies included Devas,the Heavenly Beings and the Asuras,the Beings of the Netherworld,Patala.

Of his children, 12 Adityas,Lord Vishnu is One.

Adityaanam Aham Vishnu’ -Bhagavad Gita.Vibhuthi Yoga.

Rudra is also recorded as a son of Kashyapa and his wife Aditi.

The Eleven Rudras.

  1. Nirriti
  2. Shambhu
  3. Aparajita
  4. Mrigavyadha
  5. Kapardi
  6. Dahana
  7. Khara
  8. Ahirabradhya
  9. Kapali
  10. Pingala
  11. Senani

And Kasyapa  had the Eight Vasus among his 33 children.

‘Kashyapa was wedded to the famed mothers of Lokas viz. Aditi, Diti, Danu, Kaashtha, Arishta, Anayuvu, Khasa, Surabhi, Vinata, Taamra, Muni, Krodhavasa, and Kadru. His sons were the Dwadashadityaas viz. Dhata, Aryama, Mitra, Varuna , Amsha, Bhaga, Indra, Vivaswanta, Pusha, Parjanya, Twashta, and Vishnu.

From Surabhi, Kashyapa was blessed with Ekadasha Rudraas viz.Angaraka, Sarpa, Niruti, Sadasaspati, Ajaikapaada, Ahirbhudnya, Jwara, Buvana , Ishwara, Mrityu and Kapali. From Surabhi, there were two daughters, viz. Rohini and Gandharvi; Rohini begot four daughters named Surupa, Hamsakali, Bhadra and Kamadu: Kamadu gave birth to Cows, Hamsakali begot Mahishaas; and Gandharvi begot Ashvas or horses; Surabhi also begot a Vrishabha/ Bull which was secured as ‘ Shiva Vahana’.

From Aditi, Kashyapa Muni begot Indra and Devatas. Diti gave birth to Hiranya kashipu  as Kashyapa concluded the ‘Ati Raatra’ of the just finished Ashvamewdha Yagna; the new born was the younger brother of Hiranyaaksha. Their younger sister was Simhika the wife of Viprachit and their son was Rahu.

His wives were the daughters of Daksha.

His marriage and his offsprings may be interpreted by Cosmology and as an allegory of Astronomy as well.

Available evidence points out to Kashmir as Kashyapa’s birth place and Kashmir is named after him.

‘Rishi. According to the ancient legends, he reclaimed that land from a vast lake, his school was based there, and the land was named after him.The name Kashmir, states Christopher Snedden, may be a shortened form of “Kashyapa Mir” or the “lake of the sage Kashyapa”, or alternatively derived from “Kashyapa Meru” or the sacred mountains of Kashyapa’

Kasyapa in Russia.

Caspian Sea.

The word Caspian is derived from the name of the Caspi (Persian کاسی), an ancient people that lived to the west of the sea in Transcaucasia. Strabo wrote that “to the country of the Albanians belongs also the territory called Caspiane, which was named after the Caspian tribe(Kaswan, Kashyap Jat clans), as was also the sea; but the tribe has now disappeared”. Moreover, the Caspian Gate, which is the name of a region in Tehran province of Iran, is another possible piece of evidence that they migrated to the south of the sea.

The root of the word Caspian can also be traced to Sanskrit.’

Works of Kasyapa.

  • Kashyapa Samhita, also called Vriddajivakiya Tantra or Jivakiya Tantra, is a classical reference book on Ayurvedic pediatrics, gynecology and obstetrics. It was revised by Vatsya.
  • Kashyapa Jnanakandah, or Kashyapa’s book of wisdom, is a 9th century text of the Vaishnavism tradition. ( I do not agree with this date. Kasyapa can be dated much earlier).
  • Kasyapa dharmasutra, likely an ancient text, but now believed to be lost. The text’s existence is inferred from quotes and citations by medieval Indian scholars.
  • Kasyapa sangita, likely another ancient text, but now believed to be lost.
  • Kasyapasilpa, also called Amsumad agama, Kasypiya or Silpasastra of Kasyapa, is a Sanskrit treatise on architecture, iconography and the decorative arts, probably completed in the 11th century

References and Citations.



Sri Rudra Shiva Trisati Sanskrit Kannada Tamil Text

There are Eight forms of Shiva Sahasranama, One Dasa Sahasranama(10,000 names),and a Rudra Trisati.

There seems to be no Trisati for Shiva.

The Rudra Trisati is from the Rudram.

It is a different form of Sri Rudra recital.

Though the Vedas do not directly speak of Shiva,He is referred to in Sri Rudram, addressed to Rudra, a manifestation, aspect of Shiva and Shiva’s name is kept in the middle of Sri Rudram.

There are Eight forms of Shiva Sahasranama, One Dasa Sahasranama(10,000 names),and a Rudra Trisati.

Lord Shiva seated.jpg
Lord Shiva seated in Yoga Posture

There seems to be no Trisati for Shiva.

Trisati is 300 names.

As Rudra is a form of Shiva, Rudra Trisati is used as Shiva Trisati

The Rudra Trisati is from the Rudram.

It is a different form  of Sri Rudra recital.

I am providing Devanagari, Kannada and Tamil versions of the Rudra Trisari

Rudra Trisati.


.. shrirudranaama trishati ..
namo\` hira\'Nyabaahave\` nama\'H . senaa\`nye\'  nama\'H . 
di\`shaaM ca\` pata\'ye\` nama\'H . namo\' vR^i\`kshebhyo\` nama\'H . 
hari\'keshebhyo\`  nama\'H . pa\`shuu\`naaM pata\'ye\`  nama\'H . 
nama\'H sa\`spi~nja\'raaya\` nama\'H . tvishhii\'mate\` nama\'H . 
pa\`thii\`naaM pata\'ye\` nama\'H . namo\' babhlu\`shaaya\` nama\'H . 
vi\`vyaa\`dhine\` nama\'H . annaa\'naa\`M pata\'ye nama\'H .  
namo\` hari\'keshaya\` nama\'H . u\`pa\`vii\`tine\` nama\'H . 
pu\`shhTaaNa\`M pata\'ye nama\'H . namo\' bha\`vasya\' he\`tyai nama\'H . 
jaga\'taa\`M pata\'ye\` nama\'H . namo\' ru\`draayaa\` nama\'H . 
aa\`ta\`taa\`vine\` nama\'H . kshetraa\'Naa\`M pata\'ye\` nama\'H .  
nama\"H suu\`taaya\` nama\'H . aha\'ntyaaya\` nama\'H . 
vanaa\'naa\`M  pata\'ye\` nama\'H . namo\` rohi\'taaya\` nama\'H . 
stha\`pata\'ye nama\'H . vR^i\`kshaaNa\`M pata\'ye\` nama\'H . 
namo\' ma\`ntriNe\` nama\'H . vaa\`Ni\`jaaya\` nama\'H . 
kakshhaa\'Na\`M pata\'ye nama\'H . namo\' bhuva\`Mtaye\` nama\'H . 
vaa\`ri\`va\`skR^i\`taaya\` nama\'H . oshha\'dhiinaa\`M pata\'ye\` nama\'H . 
nama\' u\`ccairgho\'shhaaya\` nama\'H . aa\`kra\`ndaya\'te_ nama\'H . 
pa\`ttii\`naam pata\'ye\` nama\'H . nama\'H kR^itsnavii\`taaya\` nama\'H . 
dhaava\'te\` nama\'H . satva\'naa\`M pata\'ye\` nama\'H ..

nama\`H saha\'maanaa\`ya nama\'H . ni\`vyaa\`dine\` nama\'H . 
aa\`vyaa\`dhinii\'naa\`M pata\'ye\` nama\'H . nama\'H kaku\`bhaaya\` nama\'H . 
ni\`shha\`~NgiNe\` nama\'H . ste\`naanaa\`M pata\'ye\` nama\'H . 
namo\' nishha\`~NgiNe\` nama\'H . i\`shhu\`dhi\`mate\` nama\'H . 
taska\'raaNaa\`M pata\'ye\` nama\'H . namo\` va~nca\'te\` nama\'H . 
pa\`ri\`va~nca\'te\` nama\'H . staa\`yuu\`naaM\` pata\'ye\` nama\'H . 
namo\' nice\`rave\` nama\'H . pa\`ri\`ca\`raaya\` nama\'H . 
ara\'Nyaanaa\`M pata\'ye\` nama\'H . nama\'H sR^ikaa\`vibhyo\` nama\'H . 
jighaa{\m+}\'sadbhyo\` nama\'H . mu\`shhNa\`taaM pata\'ye\` nama\'H . 
namo\'.asi\`madbhyo\` nama\'H . nakta\`Mcara\'dbhyo\` nama\'H . 
pra\`kR^i\`ntaanaa\`M pata\'ye\` nama\'H . nama\' ushhNii\`shhine\' nama\'H . 
gi\`ri\`ca\`raaya\' nama\'H . ku\`lu\`~ncaanaa\`M pata\'ye\`  nama\'H . 

nama\` ishhu\'madbhyo  nama\'H . dha\`nvaa\`vibhya\'shca  nama\'H . vo\`  nama\'H . 
nama\' aatanvaa\`nebhyo\' . pra\`ti\`dadhaa\'nebhyashca  nama\'H . vo\` nama\'H .
nama\' aa\`yacCha\'dbhyo\`  nama\'H .  vi\`sR^i\`jadbhya\'shca\`  nama\'H .  vo\` nama\'H .
namo.asya\'dbhyo\`  nama\'H . vidhya\'dbhyashca\`  nama\'H .  vo\` nama\'H .
nama\` aasii\'nebhyo\`  nama\'H . shayaa\'nebhyashca\`  nama\'H . vo\` nama\'H .
nama\'H sva\`padbhyo\`  nama\'H . jaagra\'dbhyashca\`  nama\'H .  vo\` nama\'H .
nama\`stishhTha\'dbhyo\`  nama\'H . dhaava\'dbhyashca\`  nama\'H .  vo\` nama\'H .
nama\'ssa\`bhaabhyo\`  nama\'H . sa\`bhaapa\'tibhyashca  nama\'H . vo\` nama\'H .
namo\` ashve\''bhyo\`  nama\'H . ashva\'patibhyashca\`  nama\'H . vo\` nama\'H . 

nama\' aavya\`dhinii\'bhyo\`  nama\'H . vi\`vidhya\'ntiibhyashca\`  nama\'H .  
vo\` nama\'H . nama\` uga\'Naabhyo\' nama\'H . tR^i\`{\m+}\`ha\`tiibhya\'shca\` nama\'H . 
vo\` nama\'H . namo\' gR^i\`tsebhyo\' nama\'H . gR^i\`tsapa\'tibhyashca\` nama\'H . 
vo\` nama\'H . namo\` vraate\''bhyo\` nama\'H . vraata\'patibhyashca\` nama\'H . 
vo\` nama\'H . namo\' ga\`Nebhyo\' nama\'H . ga\`Napa\'tibhyashca\` nama\'H . vo\` nama\'H .

namo\` viruu\'pebhyo\` nama\'H . vi\`shvaru\'pebhyashca nama\'H . vo\` nama\'H . 
namo\' ma\`hadbhyo\` nama\'H . kshu\`lla\`kebhya\'shca\` nama\'H . vo\` nama\'H .
namo\' ra\`thibhyo\' nama\'H . a\`ra\`thebhya\'shca\` nama\'H . vo\` nama\'H . 
namo\` rathe\''bhyo\` nama\'H . ratha\'patibhyashca\` nama\'H . vo\` nama\'H .
nama\`ssenaa\''bhyo\` nama\'H . se\`na\`nibhya\'shca\` nama\'H . vo\` nama\'H . 
nama\'H ksha\`ttR^ibhyo\` nama\'H . saM\`gra\`hii\`tR^ibhya\'shca\` nama\'H . vo\` nama\'H . 
nama\`staksha\'bhyo\` nama\'H . ra\`tha\`kaa\`rebhya\'shca\` nama\'H . vo\` nama\'H . 
nama\`H kulaa\'lebhyo\` nama\'H . ka\`rmaare\''bhyashca\` nama\'H . vo\` nama\'H . 
nama\'H pu.n\`jishhTe\''bhyo\` nama\'H . ni\`shhaa\`debhya\'shca\` nama\'H . vo\` nama\'H . 
nama\' ishhu\`kR^idbhyo\` nama\'H . dha\`nva\`kR^idbhya\'shca\` nama\'H . vo\` nama\'H .
namo\' mR^iga\`yubhyo\` nama\'H . shva\`nibhya\'shca\` nama\'H . vo\` nama\'H . 
nama\`H shva\'bhyo\` nama\'H . shvapa\'tibhyashca\` nama\'H . vo\` nama\'H 

namo\' bha\`vaaya\' cha\` nama\'H . ru\`draaya\' cha\` nama\'H . 
nama\'shsha\`rvaaya\' cha\` nama\'H . pa\`shu\`pata\'ye cha\` nama\'H .
namo\` niila\'griivaaya cha\` nama\'H . shi\`ti\`kaNThaa\'ya cha\` nama\'H . 
nama\'H kapa\`rdine\' cha\` nama\'H . vyu\'ptakeshaaya cha\` nama\'H .
nama\'ssahasraa\`kshaaya\' cha\` nama\'H . sha\`tadha\'nvane cha\` nama\'H . 
namo\' giri\`shaaya\' cha\` nama\'H . shi\`pi\`vi\`shhTaaya\' cha\` nama\'H .
namo\' mii\`DhushhTa\'maaya cha\` nama\'H . ishhu\'mate cha\` nama\'H . 
namo\'' hra\`svaaya\' cha\` nama\'H . vaa\`ma\`naaya\' cha\` nama\'H .
namo\' bR^iha\`te cha\` nama\'H . varshhii\'yase cha\` nama\'H . 
namo\' vR^i\`ddhaaya\' cha\` nama\'H . saM\`vR^idhva\'ne cha\` nama\'H . 
namo\` agri\'yaaya cha\` nama\'H . pra\`tha\`maaya\' cha\` nama\'H . 
nama\' aa\`shave\' cha\` nama\'H . a\`ji\`raaya\' cha\` nama\'H .
nama\`H shiighri\'yaaya cha\` nama\'H . shiibhyaa\'ya cha\` nama\'H . 
nama\' uu\`rmyaa\'ya cha\` nama\'H . a\`va\`sva\`nyaa\'ya cha\` nama\'H . 
nama\'H strota\`syaa\'ya cha\` nama\'H . dviipyaa\'ya cha\` nama\'H .

namo\'' jye\`shhThaaya\' cha\` nama\'H . ka\`ni\`shhThaaya\' cha\` nama\'H . 
nama\'H puurva\`jaaya\' cha\` nama\'H . a\`para\`jaaya\' cha\` nama\'H . 
namo\' madhya\`maaya\' cha\` nama\'H . a\`pa\`ga\`lbhaaya\' cha\` nama\'H . 
namo\' jagha\`nyaa\'ya cha\` nama\'H . budhni\'yaaya cha\` nama\'H .
nama\'H so\`bhyaa\'ya cha\` nama\'H . pra\`ti\`sa\`ryaa\'ya cha\` nama\'H . 
namo\` yaamyaa\'ya cha\` nama\'H . kshemyaa\'ya cha\` nama\'H . 
nama\' urva\`ryaa\'ya cha\` nama\'H . khalyaa\'ya cha\` nama\'H . 
nama\`H shlokyaa\'ya cha\` nama\'H . a\`va\`saa\`nyaa\'ya cha\` nama\'H . 
namo\` vanyaa\'ya cha\` nama\'H . kakshyaa\'ya cha\` nama\'H . 
nama\'H shra\`vaaya\' cha\` nama\'H . pra\`ti\`shra\`vaaya\' cha\` nama\'H . 
nama\' aa\`shushhe\'Naaya cha\` nama\'H . aa\`shura\'thaaya cha\` nama\'H . 
nama\`H shuuraa\'ya cha\` nama\'H . a\`va\`bhi\`nda\`te cha\` nama\'H . 
namo\' va\`rmiNe\' cha\` nama\'H . va\`ruu\`thine\' cha\` nama\'H . 
namo\' bi\`lmine\' cha\` nama\'H . ka\`va\`chine\' cha\` nama\'H . 
nama\'shshru\`taaya\' cha\` nama\'H . shru\`ta\`se\`naaya\' cha\` nama\'H . 

namo\' dundu\`bhyaa\'ya cha\` nama\'H . aa\`ha\`na\`nyaa\'ya cha\` nama\'H . 
namo\' dhR^i\`shhNave\' cha\` nama\'H . pra\`mR^i\`shaaya\' cha\` nama\'H .
namo\' duu\`taaya\' cha\` nama\'H . prahi\'taaya cha\` nama\'H . 
namo\' nishha\`N^giNe\' cha\` nama\'H . i\`shhu\`dhi\`mate\' cha\` nama\'H .
nama\'stii\`kshNeshha\'ve cha\` nama\'H . aa\`yu\`dhine\' cha\` nama\'H . 
nama\'H .svaayu\`dhaaya\' cha\` nama\'H . su\`dhanva\'ne cha\` nama\'H .
nama\`H srutyaa\'ya cha\` nama\'H . pathyaa\'ya cha\` nama\'H . 
nama\'H kaa\`Tyaa\'ya cha\` nama\'H . nii\`pyaa\'ya cha\` nama\'H .
nama\`ssuudyaa\'ya cha\` nama\'H . sa\`ra\`syaa\'ya cha\` nama\'H . 
namo\' naa\`dyaaya\' cha\` nama\'H . vai\`sha\`ntaaya\' cha\` nama\'H .  
nama\`H kuupyaa\'ya cha\` nama\'H . a\`va\`Tyaa\'ya cha\` nama\'H . 
namo\` varshhyaa\'ya cha\` nama\'H . a\`va\`rshhyaaya\' cha\` nama\'H . 
namo\' me\`ghyaa\'ya cha\` nama\'H . vi\`dyu\`tyaa\'ya cha\` nama\'H .
nama\' ii\`dhriyaa\'ya cha\` nama\'H . aa\`ta\`pyaa\'ya cha\` nama\'H .
namo\` vaatyaa\'ya cha\` nama\'H . reshhmi\'yaaya cha\` nama\'H . 
namo\' vaasta\`vyaa\'ya cha\` nama\'H . vaastu\`paaya\' cha\` nama\'H . 

nama\`ssomaa\'ya cha\` nama\'H . ru\`draaya\' cha\` nama\'H . 
nama\'staa\`mraaya\' cha\` nama\'H . a\`ru\`Naaya\' cha\` nama\'H .
nama\'H sha\`N^gaaya\' cha\` nama\'H . pa\`shu\`pata\'ye cha\` nama\'H . 
nama\' u\`graaya\' cha\` nama\'H . bhii\`maaya\' cha\` nama\'H . 
namo\' agreva\`dhaaya\' cha\` nama\'H . duu\`re\`va\`dhaaya\' cha\` nama\'H .
namo\' ha\`ntre cha\` nama\'H . hanii\'yase cha\` nama\'H . 
namo\' vR^i\`kshebhyo\` nama\'H .hari\'keshebhyo\` nama\'H .
nama\'staa\`raaya\` nama\'H . nama\'shsha\`Mbhave\' cha\` nama\'H . 
ma\`yo\`bhave\' cha\` nama\'H . nama\'shsha.nka\`raaya\' cha\` nama\'H . 
ma\`ya\`ska\`raaya\' cha\` nama\'H . nama\'H shi\`vaaya\'  cha\` nama\'H . 
shi\`vata\'raaya cha\` nama\'H . nama\`stiirthyaa\'ya cha\` nama\'H . 
kuulyaa\'ya cha\` nama\'H . nama\'H paa\`ryaa\'ya cha\` nama\'H . 
a\`vaa\`ryaa\'ya cha\` nama\'H . nama\'H pra\`tara\'Naaya cha\` nama\'H . 
u\`ttara\'Naaya cha\` nama\'H . nama\' aataa\`ryaa\'ya cha\` nama\'H . 
aa\`laa\`dyaa\'ya cha\` nama\'H . nama\`H shashhpyaa\'ya cha\` nama\'H . 
phenyaa\'ya cha\` nama\'H . nama\'H sika\`tyaa\'ya cha\` nama\'H . 
pra\`vaa\`hyaa\'ya cha\` nama\'H . 

nama\' iri\`Nyaa\'ya cha\` nama\'H . pra\`pa\`thyaa\'ya cha\` nama\'H . 
nama\'H ki{\m+}shi\`laaya cha\` nama\'H . kshaya\'Naaya cha\` nama\'H . 
nama\'H kapa\`rdine\' cha\` nama\'H . pu\`la\`staye\' cha\` nama\'H .
namo\` goshhThyaa\'ya cha\` nama\'H . gR^ihyaa\'ya cha\` nama\'H . 
nama\`stalpyaa\'ya cha\` nama\'H . gehyaa\'ya cha\` nama\'H . 
nama\'H kaa\`Tyaa\'ya cha\` nama\'H . ga\`hvare\`shhThaaya\' cha\` nama\'H .
namo\'' hrada\`yyaa\'ya cha\` nama\'H . ni\`ve\`shhpyaa\'ya cha\` nama\'H . 
nama\'H paa{\m+}sa\`vyaa\'ya cha\` nama\'H . ra\`ja\`syaa\'ya cha\` nama\'H .
nama\`H shushhkyaa\'ya cha\` nama\'H . ha\`ri\`tyaa\'ya cha\` nama\'H . 
namo\` lopyaa\'ya cha\` nama\'H . u\`la\`pyaa\'ya cha\` nama\'H . 
nama\' uu\`rvyaa\'ya cha\` nama\'H . suu\`rmyaa\'ya cha\` nama\'H . 
nama\'H pa\`rNyaa\'ya cha\` nama\'H . pa\`rNa\`sha\`dyaa\'ya cha\` nama\'H . 
namo\'pagu\`ramaa\'Naaya cha\` nama\'H . a\`bhi\`ghna\`te cha\` nama\'H . 
nama\' aakkhida\`te cha\` nama\'H . pra\`k\`khi\`da\`te cha\` nama\'H . 
namo\' vo\` nama\'H . ki\`ri\`kebhyo\` nama\'H .de\`vaanaa\`{\m+}\` hR^ida\'yebhyo\` nama\'H .
namo\' vikshiiNa\`kebhyo\` nama\'H . namo\' vichinva\`tkebhyo\` nama\'H . 
nama\' aanirha\`tebhyo\` nama\'H . nama\' aamiiva\`tkebhyo\` nama\'H 

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Deva Nagari

॥ श्रीरुद्रत्रिशति ॥

ॐ श्री॒ गु॒रु॒भ्यो नमः॒ । ह॒रिः॒ ॐ । 
        ॥ श्रिरुद्रनाम त्रिशति ॥

नमो॒ हिर॑ण्यबाहवे॒ नमः॑ । से॒ना॒न्ये॑  नमः॑ । 
दि॒शां च॒ पत॑ये॒ नमः॑ । नमो॑ वृ॒क्षेभ्यो॒ नमः॑ । 
हरि॑केशेभ्यो॒  नमः॑ । प॒शू॒नां पत॑ये॒  नमः॑ । 
नमः॑ स॒स्पिञ्ज॑राय॒ नमः॑ । त्विषी॑मते॒ नमः॑ । 
प॒थी॒नां पत॑ये॒ नमः॑ । नमो॑ बभ्लु॒शाय॒ नमः॑ । 
वि॒व्या॒धिने॒ नमः॑ । अन्ना॑नां॒ पत॑ये॒ नमः॑ ।  
नमो॒ हरि॑केशय॒ नमः॑ । उ॒प॒वी॒तिने॒ नमः॑ । 
पु॒ष्टानां॒ पत॑ये नमः॑ । नमो॑ भ॒वस्य॑ हे॒त्यै नमः॑ । 
जग॑तां॒ पत॑ये॒ नमः॑ । नमो॑ रु॒द्राय॒ नमः॑ । 
आ॒त॒ता॒विने॒ नमः॑ । क्षेत्रा॑णां॒ पत॑ये॒ नमः॑ ।  
नमः॑ सू॒ताय॒ नमः॑ । अह॑न्त्याय॒ नमः॑ । 
वना॑नां॒  पत॑ये॒ नमः॑ । नमो॒ रोहि॑ताय॒ नमः॑ । 
स्थ॒पत॑ये नमः॑ । वृ॒क्षाणं॒ पत॑ये॒ नमः॑ । 
नमो॑ म॒न्त्रिणे॒ नमः॑ । वा॒णि॒जाय॒ नमः॑ । 
कक्षा॑णां॒ पत॑ये नमः॑ । नमो॑ भुवं॒तये॒ नमः॑ । 
वा॒रि॒व॒स्कृ॒ताय॒ नमः॑ । ओष॑धीनां॒ पत॑ये॒ नमः॑ । 
नम॑ उ॒च्चैर्घो॑षाय॒ नमः॑ । आ॒क्र॒न्दय॑ते॒ नमः॑ । 
प॒त्ती॒नाम् पत॑ये॒ नमः॑ । नमः॑ कृत्स्नवी॒ताय॒ नमः॑ । 
धाव॑ते॒ नमः॑ । सत्त्व॑नां॒ पत॑ये॒ नमः॑ ॥

नमः॒ सह॑मानाय॒ नमः॑ । नि॒व्या॒धिने॒ नमः॑ । 
आ॒व्या॒धिनी॑नां॒ पत॑ये॒ नमः॑ । नमः॑ ककु॒भाय॒ नमः॑ । 
नि॒ष॒ङ्गिणे॒ नमः॑ । स्ते॒नानां॒ पत॑ये॒ नमः॑ । 
नमो॑ निष॒ङ्गिणे॒ नमः॑ । इ॒षु॒धि॒मते॒ नमः॑ । 
तस्क॑राणां॒ पत॑ये॒ नमः॑ । नमो॒ वञ्च॑ते॒ नमः॑ । 
प॒रि॒वञ्च॑ते॒ नमः॑ । स्ता॒यू॒नां पत॑ये॒ नमः॑ । 
नमो॑ निचे॒रवे॒ नमः॑ । प॒रि॒च॒राय॒ नमः॑ । 
अर॑ण्यानां॒ पत॑ये॒ नमः॑ । नमः॑ सृका॒विभ्यो॒ नमः॑ । 
जिघा ꣳ॑ सद्भ्यो॒ नमः॑ । मु॒ष्ण॒तां पत॑ये॒ नमः॑ । 
नमो॑ऽसि॒मद्भ्यो॒ नमः॑ । नक्तं॒चर॑द्भ्यो॒ नमः॑ । 
प्र॒कृ॒न्तानां॒ पत॑ये॒ नमः॑ । नम॑ उष्णी॒षिने॒ नमः॑ । 
गि॒रि॒च॒राय॒ नमः॑ । कु॒लु॒ञ्चानां॒ पत॑ये॒  नमः॑ । 

नम॒ इषु॑मद्भ्यो॒  नमः॑ । ध॒न्वा॒विभ्य॑श्च॒  नमः॑ । वो॒  नमः॑ । 
नम॑ आतन्वा॒नेभ्यो॒ नमः॑। प्र॒ति॒दधा॑नेभ्यश्च  नमः॑ । वो॒ नमः॑ ।
नम॑ आ॒यच्छ॑द्भ्यो॒  नमः॑ ।  वि॒सृ॒जद्भ्य॑श्च॒  नमः॑ ।  वो॒ नमः॑ ।
नमोऽस्य॑द्भ्यो॒  नमः॑ । विध्य॑द्भ्यश्च॒  नमः॑ ।  वो॒ नमः॑ ।
नम॒ आसी॑नेभ्यो॒  नमः॑ । शया॑नेभ्यश्च॒  नमः॑ । वो॒ नमः॑ ।
नमः॑ स्व॒पद्भ्यो॒  नमः॑ । जाग्र॑द्भ्यश्च॒  नमः॑ ।  वो॒ नमः॑ ।
नम॒स्तिष्ठ॑द्भ्यो॒  नमः॑ । धाव॑द्भ्यश्च॒  नमः॑ ।  वो॒ नमः॑ ।
नम॑स्स॒भाभ्यो॒  नमः॑ । स॒भाप॑तिभ्यश्च॒ नमः॑ । वो॒ नमः॑ ।
नमो॒ अश्वे᳚भ्यो॒  नमः॑ । अश्व॑पतिभ्यश्च॒  नमः॑ । वो॒ नमः॑ । 

नम॑ आव्य॒धिनी᳚भ्यो॒  नमः॑ । वि॒विध्य॑न्तीभ्यश्च॒  नमः॑ ।  वो॒ नमः॑ । 
नम॒ उग॑णाभ्यो॒ नमः॑ । तृ॒ ꣳ॒ ह॒तीभ्य॑श्च॒ नमः॑ । वो॒ नमः॑ । 
नमो॑ गृ॒त्सेभ्यो॒ नमः॑ । गृ॒त्सप॑तिभ्यश्च॒ नमः॑ । वो॒ नमः॑ । 
नमो॒ व्राते᳚भ्यो॒ नमः॑ । व्रात॑पतिभ्यश्च॒ नमः॑ । वो॒ नमः॑ । 
नमो॑ ग॒णेभ्यो॒ नमः॑ । ग॒णप॑तिभ्यश्च॒ नमः॑ । वो॒ नमः॑ ।

नमो॒ विरू॑पेभ्यो॒ नमः॑ । वि॒श्वरु॑पेभ्यश्च॒ नमः॑ । वो॒ नमः॑ । 
नमो॑ म॒हद्भ्यो॒ नमः॑ । क्षु॒ल्ल॒केभ्य॑श्च॒ नमः॑ । वो॒ नमः॑ ।
नमो॑ र॒थिभ्यो॒ नमः॑ । अ॒र॒थेभ्य॑श्च॒ नमः॑ । वो॒ नमः॑ । 
नमो॒ रथे᳚भ्यो॒ नमः॑ । रथ॑पतिभ्यश्च॒ नमः॑ । वो॒ नमः॑ ।
नम॒स्सेना᳚भ्यो॒ नमः॑ । से॒ना॒निभ्य॑श्च॒ नमः॑ । वो॒ नमः॑ । 
नमः॑ क्ष॒त्तृभ्यो॒ नमः॑ । सं॒ग्र॒ही॒तृभ्य॑श्च॒ नमः॑ । वो॒ नमः॑ । 
नम॒स्तक्ष॑भ्यो॒ नमः॑ । र॒थ॒का॒रेभ्य॑श्च॒ नमः॑ । वो॒ नमः॑ । 
नमः॒ कुला॑लेभ्यो॒ नमः॑ । क॒र्मारे᳚भ्यश्च॒ नमः॑ । वो॒ नमः॑ । 
नमः॑ पुं॒जिष्टे᳚भ्यो॒ नमः॑ । नि॒षा॒देभ्य॑श्च॒ नमः॑ । वो॒ नमः॑ । 
नम॑ इषु॒कृद्भ्यो॒ नमः॑ । ध॒न्व॒कृद्भ्य॑श्च॒ नमः॑ । वो॒ नमः॑ ।
नमो॑ मृग॒युभ्यो॒ नमः॑ । श्व॒निभ्य॑श्च॒ नमः॑ । वो॒ नमः॑ । 
नमः॒ श्वभ्यो॒ नमः॑ । श्वप॑तिभ्यश्च॒ नमः॑ । वो॒ नमः॑ 

नमो॑ भ॒वाय॑ च॒ नमः॑ । रु॒द्राय॑ च॒ नमः॑ । 
नम॑श्श॒र्वाय॑ च॒ नमः॑ । प॒शु॒पत॑ये च॒ नमः॑ ।
नमो॒ नील॑ग्रीवाय च॒ नमः॑ । शि॒ति॒कण्ठा॑य च॒ नमः॑ । 
नमः॑ कप॒र्दिने॑ च॒ नमः॑ । व्यु॑प्तकेशाय च॒ नमः॑ ।
नम॑स्सहस्रा॒क्षाय॑ च॒ नमः॑ । श॒तध॑न्वने च॒ नमः॑ । 
नमो॑ गिरि॒शाय॑ च॒ नमः॑ । शि॒पि॒वि॒ष्टाय॑ च॒ नमः॑ ।
नमो॑ मी॒ढुष्ट॑माय च॒ नमः॑ । इषु॑मते च॒ नमः॑ । 
नमो᳚ ह्र॒स्वाय॑ च॒ नमः॑ । वा॒म॒नाय॑ च॒ नमः॑ ।
नमो॑ बृह॒ते च॒ नमः॑ । वर्षी॑यसे च॒ नमः॑ । 
नमो॑ वृ॒द्धाय॑ च॒ नमः॑ । सं॒वृध्व॑ने च॒ नमः॑ । 
नमो॒ अग्रि॑याय च॒ नमः॑ । प्र॒थ॒माय॑ च॒ नमः॑ । 
नम॑ आ॒शवे॑ च॒ नमः॑ । अ॒जि॒राय॑ च॒ नमः॑ ।
नमः॒ शीघ्रि॑याय च॒ नमः॑ । शीभ्या॑य च॒ नमः॑ । 
नम॑ ऊ॒र्म्या॑य च॒ नमः॑ । अ॒व॒स्व॒न्या॑य च॒ नमः॑ । 
नमः॑ स्त्रोत॒स्या॑य च॒ नमः॑ । द्वीप्या॑य च॒ नमः॑ ।

नमो᳚ ज्ये॒ष्ठाय॑ च॒ नमः॑ । क॒नि॒ष्ठाय॑ च॒ नमः॑ । 
नमः॑ पूर्व॒जाय॑ च॒ नमः॑ । अ॒प॒र॒जाय॑ च॒ नमः॑ । 
नमो॑ मध्य॒माय॑ च॒ नमः॑ । अ॒प॒ग॒ल्भाय॑ च॒ नमः॑ । 
नमो॑ जघ॒न्या॑य च॒ नमः॑ । बुध्नि॑याय च॒ नमः॑ ।
नमः॑ सो॒भ्या॑य च॒ नमः॑ । प्र॒ति॒स॒र्या॑य च॒ नमः॑ । 
नमो॒ याम्या॑य च॒ नमः॑ । क्षेम्या॑य च॒ नमः॑ । 
नम॑ उर्व॒र्या॑य च॒ नमः॑ । खल्या॑य च॒ नमः॑ । 
नमः॒ श्लोक्या॑य च॒ नमः॑ । अ॒व॒सा॒न्या॑य च॒ नमः॑ । 
नमो॒ वन्या॑य च॒ नमः॑ । कक्ष्या॑य च॒ नमः॑ । 
नमः॑ श्र॒वाय॑ च॒ नमः॑ । प्र॒ति॒श्र॒वाय॑ च॒ नमः॑ । 
नम॑ आ॒शुषे॑णाय च॒ नमः॑ । आ॒शुर॑थाय च॒ नमः॑ । 
नमः॒ शूरा॑य च॒ नमः॑ । अ॒व॒भि॒न्द॒ते च॒ नमः॑ । 
नमो॑ व॒र्मिणे॑ च॒ नमः॑ । व॒रू॒थिने॑ च॒ नमः॑ । 
नमो॑ बि॒ल्मिने॑ च॒ नमः॑ । क॒व॒चिने॑ च॒ नमः॑ । 
नम॑श्श्रु॒ताय॑ च॒ नमः॑ । श्रु॒त॒से॒नाय॑ च॒ नमः॑ । 

नमो॑ दुन्दु॒भ्या॑य च॒ नमः॑ । आ॒ह॒न॒न्या॑य च॒ नमः॑ । 
नमो॑ धृ॒ष्णवे॑ च॒ नमः॑ । प्र॒मृ॒शाय॑ च॒ नमः॑ ।
नमो॑ दू॒ताय॑ च॒ नमः॑ । प्रहि॑ताय च॒ नमः॑ । 
नमो॑ निष॒ङ्गिणे॑ च॒ नमः॑ । इ॒षु॒धि॒मते॑ च॒ नमः॑ ।
नम॑स्ती॒क्ष्णेष॑वे च॒ नमः॑ । आ॒यु॒धिने॑ च॒ नमः॑ । 
नमः॑ स्वायु॒धाय॑ च॒ नमः॑ । सु॒धन्व॑ने च॒ नमः॑ ।
नमः॒ स्रुत्या॑य च॒ नमः॑ । पथ्या॑य च॒ नमः॑ । 
नमः॑ का॒ट्या॑य च॒ नमः॑ । नी॒प्या॑य च॒ नमः॑ ।
नम॒स्सूद्या॑य च॒ नमः॑ । स॒र॒स्या॑य च॒ नमः॑ । 
नमो॑ ना॒द्याय॑ च॒ नमः॑ । वै॒श॒न्ताय॑ च॒ नमः॑ ।  
नमः॒ कूप्या॑य च॒ नमः॑ । अ॒व॒ट्या॑य च॒ नमः॑ । 
नमो॒ वर्ष्या॑य च॒ नमः॑ । अ॒व॒र्ष्याय॑ च॒ नमः॑ । 
नमो॑ मे॒घ्या॑य च॒ नमः॑ । वि॒द्यु॒त्या॑य च॒ नमः॑ ।
नम॑ ई॒ध्रिया॑य च॒ नमः॑ । आ॒त॒प्या॑य च॒ नमः॑ ।
नमो॒ वात्या॑य च॒ नमः॑ । रेष्मि॑याय च॒ नमः॑ । 
नमो॑ वास्त॒व्या॑य च॒ नमः॑ । वास्तु॒पाय॑ च॒ नमः॑ । 

नम॒स्सोमा॑य च॒ नमः॑ । रु॒द्राय॑ च॒ नमः॑ । 
नम॑स्ता॒म्राय॑ च॒ नमः॑ । अ॒रु॒णाय॑ च॒ नमः॑ ।
नमः॑ श॒ङ्गाय॑ च॒ नमः॑ । प॒शु॒पत॑ये च॒ नमः॑ । 
नम॑ उ॒ग्राय॑ च॒ नमः॑ । भी॒माय॑ च॒ नमः॑ । 
नमो॑ अग्रेव॒धाय॑ च॒ नमः॑ । दू॒रे॒व॒धाय॑ च॒ नमः॑ ।
नमो॑ ह॒न्त्रे च॒ नमः॑ । हनी॑यसे च॒ नमः॑ । 
नमो॑ वृ॒क्षेभ्यो॒ नमः॑ । हरि॑केशेभ्यो॒ नमः॑ ।
नम॑स्ता॒राय॒ नमः॑ । नम॑श्शं॒भवे॑ च॒ नमः॑ । 
म॒यो॒भवे॑ च॒ नमः॑ । नम॑श्शंक॒राय॑ च॒ नमः॑ । 
म॒य॒स्क॒राय॑ च॒ नमः॑ । नमः॑ शि॒वाय॑  च॒ नमः॑ । 
शि॒वत॑राय च॒ नमः॑ । नम॒स्तीर्थ्या॑य च॒ नमः॑ । 
कूल्या॑य च॒ नमः॑ । नमः॑ पा॒र्या॑य च॒ नमः॑ । 
अ॒वा॒र्या॑य च॒ नमः॑ । नमः॑ प्र॒तर॑णाय च॒ नमः॑ । 
उ॒त्तर॑णाय च॒ नमः॑ । नम॑ आता॒र्या॑य च॒ नमः॑ । 
आ॒ला॒द्या॑य च॒ नमः॑ । नमः॒ शष्प्या॑य च॒ नमः॑ । 
फेन्या॑य च॒ नमः॑ । नमः॑ सिक॒त्या॑य च॒ नमः॑ । 
प्र॒वा॒ह्या॑य च॒ नमः॑ । 

नम॑ इरि॒ण्या॑य च॒ नमः॑ । प्र॒प॒थ्या॑य च॒ नमः॑ । 
नमः॑ कि ꣳ शि॒लाय॑ च॒ नमः॑ । क्षय॑णाय च॒ नमः॑ । 
नमः॑ कप॒र्दिने॑ च॒ नमः॑ । पु॒ल॒स्तये॑ च॒ नमः॑ ।
नमो॒ गोष्ठ्या॑य च॒ नमः॑ । गृह्या॑य च॒ नमः॑ । 
नम॒स्तल्प्या॑य च॒ नमः॑ । गेह्या॑य च॒ नमः॑ । 
नमः॑ का॒ट्या॑य च॒ नमः॑ । ग॒ह्व॒रे॒ष्ठाय॑ च॒ नमः॑ ।
नमो᳚ ह्रद॒य्या॑य च॒ नमः॑ । नि॒वे॒ष्प्या॑य च॒ नमः॑ । 
नमः॑ पा ꣳ स॒व्या॑य च॒ नमः॑ । र॒ज॒स्या॑य च॒ नमः॑ ।
नमः॒ शुष्क्या॑य च॒ नमः॑ । ह॒रि॒त्या॑य च॒ नमः॑ । 
नमो॒ लोप्या॑य च॒ नमः॑ । उ॒ल॒प्या॑य च॒ नमः॑ । 
नम॑ ऊ॒र्व्या॑य च॒ नमः॑ । सू॒र्म्या॑य च॒ नमः॑ । 
नमः॑ प॒र्ण्या॑य च॒ नमः॑ । प॒र्ण॒श॒द्या॑य च॒ नमः॑ । 
नमो॑पगु॒रमा॑णाय च॒ नमः॑ । अ॒भि॒घ्न॒ते च॒ नमः॑ । 
नम॑ आक्खिद॒ते च॒ नमः॑ । प्र॒क्खि॒द॒ते च॒ नमः॑ । वो॒ नमः॑ । 
कि॒रि॒केभ्यो॒ नमः॑ । दे॒वाना॒ ꣳ॒ हृद॑येभ्यो॒ नमः॑ । 
नमो॑ विक्षीण॒केभ्यो॒ नमः॑ । नमो॑ विचिन्व॒त्केभ्यो॒ नमः॑ । 
नम॑ आनिर्ह॒तेभ्यो॒ नमः॑ । नम॑ आमीव॒त्केभ्यो॒ नमः॑ । 

॥ ಶ್ರೀರುದ್ರತ್ರಿಶತಿ ॥

ಓಂ ಶ್ರೀ॒ ಗು॒ರು॒ಭ್ಯೋ ನಮಃ॒ । ಹ॒ರಿಃ॒ ಓಂ । 
        ॥ ಶ್ರಿರುದ್ರನಾಮ ತ್ರಿಶತಿ ॥

ನಮೋ॒ ಹಿರ॑ಣ್ಯಬಾಹವೇ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ಸೇ॒ನಾ॒ನ್ಯೇ॑  ನಮಃ॑ । 
ದಿ॒ಶಾಂ ಚ॒ ಪತ॑ಯೇ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ನಮೋ॑ ವೃ॒ಕ್ಷೇಭ್ಯೋ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । 
ಹರಿ॑ಕೇಶೇಭ್ಯೋ॒  ನಮಃ॑ । ಪ॒ಶೂ॒ನಾಂ ಪತ॑ಯೇ॒  ನಮಃ॑ । 
ನಮಃ॑ ಸ॒ಸ್ಪಿಂಜ॑ರಾಯ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ತ್ವಿಷೀ॑ಮತೇ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । 
ಪ॒ಥೀ॒ನಾಂ ಪತ॑ಯೇ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ನಮೋ॑ ಬಭ್ಲು॒ಶಾಯ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । 
ವಿ॒ವ್ಯಾ॒ಧಿನೇ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ಅನ್ನಾ॑ನಾಂ॒ ಪತ॑ಯೇ॒ ನಮಃ॑ ।  
ನಮೋ॒ ಹರಿ॑ಕೇಶಯ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ಉ॒ಪ॒ವೀ॒ತಿನೇ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । 
ಪು॒ಷ್ಟಾನಾಂ॒ ಪತ॑ಯೇ ನಮಃ॑ । ನಮೋ॑ ಭ॒ವಸ್ಯ॑ ಹೇ॒ತ್ಯೈ ನಮಃ॑ । 
ಜಗ॑ತಾಂ॒ ಪತ॑ಯೇ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ನಮೋ॑ ರು॒ದ್ರಾಯ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । 
ಆ॒ತ॒ತಾ॒ವಿನೇ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ಕ್ಷೇತ್ರಾ॑ಣಾಂ॒ ಪತ॑ಯೇ॒ ನಮಃ॑ ।  
ನಮಃ॑ ಸೂ॒ತಾಯ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ಅಹ॑ಂತ್ಯಾಯ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । 
ವನಾ॑ನಾಂ॒  ಪತ॑ಯೇ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ನಮೋ॒ ರೋಹಿ॑ತಾಯ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । 
ಸ್ಥ॒ಪತ॑ಯೇ ನಮಃ॑ । ವೃ॒ಕ್ಷಾಣಂ॒ ಪತ॑ಯೇ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । 
ನಮೋ॑ ಮ॒ಂತ್ರಿಣೇ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ವಾ॒ಣಿ॒ಜಾಯ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । 
ಕಕ್ಷಾ॑ಣಾಂ॒ ಪತ॑ಯೇ ನಮಃ॑ । ನಮೋ॑ ಭುವಂ॒ತಯೇ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । 
ವಾ॒ರಿ॒ವ॒ಸ್ಕೃ॒ತಾಯ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ಓಷ॑ಧೀನಾಂ॒ ಪತ॑ಯೇ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । 
ನಮ॑ ಉ॒ಚ್ಚೈರ್ಘೋ॑ಷಾಯ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ಆ॒ಕ್ರ॒ಂದಯ॑ತೇ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । 
ಪ॒ತ್ತೀ॒ನಾಮ್ ಪತ॑ಯೇ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ನಮಃ॑ ಕೃತ್ಸ್ನವೀ॒ತಾಯ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । 
ಧಾವ॑ತೇ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ಸತ್ತ್ವ॑ನಾಂ॒ ಪತ॑ಯೇ॒ ನಮಃ॑ ॥

ನಮಃ॒ ಸಹ॑ಮಾನಾಯ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ನಿ॒ವ್ಯಾ॒ಧಿನೇ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । 
ಆ॒ವ್ಯಾ॒ಧಿನೀ॑ನಾಂ॒ ಪತ॑ಯೇ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ನಮಃ॑ ಕಕು॒ಭಾಯ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । 
ನಿ॒ಷ॒ಂಗಿಣೇ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ಸ್ತೇ॒ನಾನಾಂ॒ ಪತ॑ಯೇ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । 
ನಮೋ॑ ನಿಷ॒ಂಗಿಣೇ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ಇ॒ಷು॒ಧಿ॒ಮತೇ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । 
ತಸ್ಕ॑ರಾಣಾಂ॒ ಪತ॑ಯೇ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ನಮೋ॒ ವಂಚ॑ತೇ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । 
ಪ॒ರಿ॒ವಂಚ॑ತೇ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ಸ್ತಾ॒ಯೂ॒ನಾಂ ಪತ॑ಯೇ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । 
ನಮೋ॑ ನಿಚೇ॒ರವೇ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ಪ॒ರಿ॒ಚ॒ರಾಯ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । 
ಅರ॑ಣ್ಯಾನಾಂ॒ ಪತ॑ಯೇ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ನಮಃ॑ ಸೃಕಾ॒ವಿಭ್ಯೋ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । 
ಜಿಘಾ ꣳ॑ ಸದ್ಭ್ಯೋ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ಮು॒ಷ್ಣ॒ತಾಂ ಪತ॑ಯೇ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । 
ನಮೋ॑ಽಸಿ॒ಮದ್ಭ್ಯೋ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ನಕ್ತಂ॒ಚರ॑ದ್ಭ್ಯೋ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । 
ಪ್ರ॒ಕೃ॒ಂತಾನಾಂ॒ ಪತ॑ಯೇ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ನಮ॑ ಉಷ್ಣೀ॒ಷಿನೇ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । 
ಗಿ॒ರಿ॒ಚ॒ರಾಯ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ಕು॒ಲು॒ಂಚಾನಾಂ॒ ಪತ॑ಯೇ॒  ನಮಃ॑ । 

ನಮ॒ ಇಷು॑ಮದ್ಭ್ಯೋ॒  ನಮಃ॑ । ಧ॒ನ್ವಾ॒ವಿಭ್ಯ॑ಶ್ಚ॒  ನಮಃ॑ । ವೋ॒  ನಮಃ॑ । 
ನಮ॑ ಆತನ್ವಾ॒ನೇಭ್ಯೋ॒ ನಮಃ॑। ಪ್ರ॒ತಿ॒ದಧಾ॑ನೇಭ್ಯಶ್ಚ  ನಮಃ॑ । ವೋ॒ ನಮಃ॑ ।
ನಮ॑ ಆ॒ಯಚ್ಛ॑ದ್ಭ್ಯೋ॒  ನಮಃ॑ ।  ವಿ॒ಸೃ॒ಜದ್ಭ್ಯ॑ಶ್ಚ॒  ನಮಃ॑ ।  ವೋ॒ ನಮಃ॑ ।
ನಮೋಽಸ್ಯ॑ದ್ಭ್ಯೋ॒  ನಮಃ॑ । ವಿಧ್ಯ॑ದ್ಭ್ಯಶ್ಚ॒  ನಮಃ॑ ।  ವೋ॒ ನಮಃ॑ ।
ನಮ॒ ಆಸೀ॑ನೇಭ್ಯೋ॒  ನಮಃ॑ । ಶಯಾ॑ನೇಭ್ಯಶ್ಚ॒  ನಮಃ॑ । ವೋ॒ ನಮಃ॑ ।
ನಮಃ॑ ಸ್ವ॒ಪದ್ಭ್ಯೋ॒  ನಮಃ॑ । ಜಾಗ್ರ॑ದ್ಭ್ಯಶ್ಚ॒  ನಮಃ॑ ।  ವೋ॒ ನಮಃ॑ ।
ನಮ॒ಸ್ತಿಷ್ಠ॑ದ್ಭ್ಯೋ॒  ನಮಃ॑ । ಧಾವ॑ದ್ಭ್ಯಶ್ಚ॒  ನಮಃ॑ ।  ವೋ॒ ನಮಃ॑ ।
ನಮ॑ಸ್ಸ॒ಭಾಭ್ಯೋ॒  ನಮಃ॑ । ಸ॒ಭಾಪ॑ತಿಭ್ಯಶ್ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ವೋ॒ ನಮಃ॑ ।
ನಮೋ॒ ಅಶ್ವೇ᳚ಭ್ಯೋ॒  ನಮಃ॑ । ಅಶ್ವ॑ಪತಿಭ್ಯಶ್ಚ॒  ನಮಃ॑ । ವೋ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । 

ನಮ॑ ಆವ್ಯ॒ಧಿನೀ᳚ಭ್ಯೋ॒  ನಮಃ॑ । ವಿ॒ವಿಧ್ಯ॑ಂತೀಭ್ಯಶ್ಚ॒  ನಮಃ॑ ।  ವೋ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । 
ನಮ॒ ಉಗ॑ಣಾಭ್ಯೋ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ತೃ॒ ꣳ॒ ಹ॒ತೀಭ್ಯ॑ಶ್ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ವೋ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । 
ನಮೋ॑ ಗೃ॒ತ್ಸೇಭ್ಯೋ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ಗೃ॒ತ್ಸಪ॑ತಿಭ್ಯಶ್ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ವೋ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । 
ನಮೋ॒ ವ್ರಾತೇ᳚ಭ್ಯೋ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ವ್ರಾತ॑ಪತಿಭ್ಯಶ್ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ವೋ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । 
ನಮೋ॑ ಗ॒ಣೇಭ್ಯೋ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ಗ॒ಣಪ॑ತಿಭ್ಯಶ್ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ವೋ॒ ನಮಃ॑ ।

ನಮೋ॒ ವಿರೂ॑ಪೇಭ್ಯೋ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ವಿ॒ಶ್ವರು॑ಪೇಭ್ಯಶ್ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ವೋ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । 
ನಮೋ॑ ಮ॒ಹದ್ಭ್ಯೋ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ಕ್ಷು॒ಲ್ಲ॒ಕೇಭ್ಯ॑ಶ್ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ವೋ॒ ನಮಃ॑ ।
ನಮೋ॑ ರ॒ಥಿಭ್ಯೋ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ಅ॒ರ॒ಥೇಭ್ಯ॑ಶ್ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ವೋ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । 
ನಮೋ॒ ರಥೇ᳚ಭ್ಯೋ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ರಥ॑ಪತಿಭ್ಯಶ್ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ವೋ॒ ನಮಃ॑ ।
ನಮ॒ಸ್ಸೇನಾ᳚ಭ್ಯೋ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ಸೇ॒ನಾ॒ನಿಭ್ಯ॑ಶ್ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ವೋ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । 
ನಮಃ॑ ಕ್ಷ॒ತ್ತೃಭ್ಯೋ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ಸಂ॒ಗ್ರ॒ಹೀ॒ತೃಭ್ಯ॑ಶ್ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ವೋ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । 
ನಮ॒ಸ್ತಕ್ಷ॑ಭ್ಯೋ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ರ॒ಥ॒ಕಾ॒ರೇಭ್ಯ॑ಶ್ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ವೋ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । 
ನಮಃ॒ ಕುಲಾ॑ಲೇಭ್ಯೋ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ಕ॒ರ್ಮಾರೇ᳚ಭ್ಯಶ್ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ವೋ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । 
ನಮಃ॑ ಪುಂ॒ಜಿಷ್ಟೇ᳚ಭ್ಯೋ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ನಿ॒ಷಾ॒ದೇಭ್ಯ॑ಶ್ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ವೋ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । 
ನಮ॑ ಇಷು॒ಕೃದ್ಭ್ಯೋ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ಧ॒ನ್ವ॒ಕೃದ್ಭ್ಯ॑ಶ್ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ವೋ॒ ನಮಃ॑ ।
ನಮೋ॑ ಮೃಗ॒ಯುಭ್ಯೋ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ಶ್ವ॒ನಿಭ್ಯ॑ಶ್ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ವೋ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । 
ನಮಃ॒ ಶ್ವಭ್ಯೋ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ಶ್ವಪ॑ತಿಭ್ಯಶ್ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ವೋ॒ ನಮಃ॑ 

ನಮೋ॑ ಭ॒ವಾಯ॑ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ರು॒ದ್ರಾಯ॑ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । 
ನಮ॑ಶ್ಶ॒ರ್ವಾಯ॑ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ಪ॒ಶು॒ಪತ॑ಯೇ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ ।
ನಮೋ॒ ನೀಲ॑ಗ್ರೀವಾಯ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ಶಿ॒ತಿ॒ಕಂಠಾ॑ಯ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । 
ನಮಃ॑ ಕಪ॒ರ್ದಿನೇ॑ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ವ್ಯು॑ಪ್ತಕೇಶಾಯ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ ।
ನಮ॑ಸ್ಸಹಸ್ರಾ॒ಕ್ಷಾಯ॑ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ಶ॒ತಧ॑ನ್ವನೇ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । 
ನಮೋ॑ ಗಿರಿ॒ಶಾಯ॑ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ಶಿ॒ಪಿ॒ವಿ॒ಷ್ಟಾಯ॑ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ ।
ನಮೋ॑ ಮೀ॒ಢುಷ್ಟ॑ಮಾಯ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ಇಷು॑ಮತೇ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । 
ನಮೋ᳚ ಹ್ರ॒ಸ್ವಾಯ॑ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ವಾ॒ಮ॒ನಾಯ॑ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ ।
ನಮೋ॑ ಬೃಹ॒ತೇ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ವರ್ಷೀ॑ಯಸೇ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । 
ನಮೋ॑ ವೃ॒ದ್ಧಾಯ॑ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ಸಂ॒ವೃಧ್ವ॑ನೇ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । 
ನಮೋ॒ ಅಗ್ರಿ॑ಯಾಯ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ಪ್ರ॒ಥ॒ಮಾಯ॑ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । 
ನಮ॑ ಆ॒ಶವೇ॑ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ಅ॒ಜಿ॒ರಾಯ॑ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ ।
ನಮಃ॒ ಶೀಘ್ರಿ॑ಯಾಯ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ಶೀಭ್ಯಾ॑ಯ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । 
ನಮ॑ ಊ॒ರ್ಮ್ಯಾ॑ಯ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ಅ॒ವ॒ಸ್ವ॒ನ್ಯಾ॑ಯ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । 
ನಮಃ॑ ಸ್ತ್ರೋತ॒ಸ್ಯಾ॑ಯ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ದ್ವೀಪ್ಯಾ॑ಯ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ ।

ನಮೋ᳚ ಜ್ಯೇ॒ಷ್ಠಾಯ॑ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ಕ॒ನಿ॒ಷ್ಠಾಯ॑ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । 
ನಮಃ॑ ಪೂರ್ವ॒ಜಾಯ॑ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ಅ॒ಪ॒ರ॒ಜಾಯ॑ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । 
ನಮೋ॑ ಮಧ್ಯ॒ಮಾಯ॑ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ಅ॒ಪ॒ಗ॒ಲ್ಭಾಯ॑ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । 
ನಮೋ॑ ಜಘ॒ನ್ಯಾ॑ಯ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ಬುಧ್ನಿ॑ಯಾಯ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ ।
ನಮಃ॑ ಸೋ॒ಭ್ಯಾ॑ಯ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ಪ್ರ॒ತಿ॒ಸ॒ರ್ಯಾ॑ಯ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । 
ನಮೋ॒ ಯಾಮ್ಯಾ॑ಯ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ಕ್ಷೇಮ್ಯಾ॑ಯ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । 
ನಮ॑ ಉರ್ವ॒ರ್ಯಾ॑ಯ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ಖಲ್ಯಾ॑ಯ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । 
ನಮಃ॒ ಶ್ಲೋಕ್ಯಾ॑ಯ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ಅ॒ವ॒ಸಾ॒ನ್ಯಾ॑ಯ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । 
ನಮೋ॒ ವನ್ಯಾ॑ಯ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ಕಕ್ಷ್ಯಾ॑ಯ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । 
ನಮಃ॑ ಶ್ರ॒ವಾಯ॑ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ಪ್ರ॒ತಿ॒ಶ್ರ॒ವಾಯ॑ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । 
ನಮ॑ ಆ॒ಶುಷೇ॑ಣಾಯ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ಆ॒ಶುರ॑ಥಾಯ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । 
ನಮಃ॒ ಶೂರಾ॑ಯ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ಅ॒ವ॒ಭಿ॒ಂದ॒ತೇ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । 
ನಮೋ॑ ವ॒ರ್ಮಿಣೇ॑ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ವ॒ರೂ॒ಥಿನೇ॑ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । 
ನಮೋ॑ ಬಿ॒ಲ್ಮಿನೇ॑ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ಕ॒ವ॒ಚಿನೇ॑ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । 
ನಮ॑ಶ್ಶ್ರು॒ತಾಯ॑ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ಶ್ರು॒ತ॒ಸೇ॒ನಾಯ॑ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । 

ನಮೋ॑ ದುಂದು॒ಭ್ಯಾ॑ಯ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ಆ॒ಹ॒ನ॒ನ್ಯಾ॑ಯ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । 
ನಮೋ॑ ಧೃ॒ಷ್ಣವೇ॑ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ಪ್ರ॒ಮೃ॒ಶಾಯ॑ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ ।
ನಮೋ॑ ದೂ॒ತಾಯ॑ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ಪ್ರಹಿ॑ತಾಯ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । 
ನಮೋ॑ ನಿಷ॒ಂಗಿಣೇ॑ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ಇ॒ಷು॒ಧಿ॒ಮತೇ॑ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ ।
ನಮ॑ಸ್ತೀ॒ಕ್ಷ್ಣೇಷ॑ವೇ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ಆ॒ಯು॒ಧಿನೇ॑ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । 
ನಮಃ॑ ಸ್ವಾಯು॒ಧಾಯ॑ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ಸು॒ಧನ್ವ॑ನೇ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ ।
ನಮಃ॒ ಸ್ರುತ್ಯಾ॑ಯ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ಪಥ್ಯಾ॑ಯ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । 
ನಮಃ॑ ಕಾ॒ಟ್ಯಾ॑ಯ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ನೀ॒ಪ್ಯಾ॑ಯ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ ।
ನಮ॒ಸ್ಸೂದ್ಯಾ॑ಯ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ಸ॒ರ॒ಸ್ಯಾ॑ಯ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । 
ನಮೋ॑ ನಾ॒ದ್ಯಾಯ॑ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ವೈ॒ಶ॒ಂತಾಯ॑ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ ।  
ನಮಃ॒ ಕೂಪ್ಯಾ॑ಯ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ಅ॒ವ॒ಟ್ಯಾ॑ಯ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । 
ನಮೋ॒ ವರ್ಷ್ಯಾ॑ಯ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ಅ॒ವ॒ರ್ಷ್ಯಾಯ॑ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । 
ನಮೋ॑ ಮೇ॒ಘ್ಯಾ॑ಯ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ವಿ॒ದ್ಯು॒ತ್ಯಾ॑ಯ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ ।
ನಮ॑ ಈ॒ಧ್ರಿಯಾ॑ಯ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ಆ॒ತ॒ಪ್ಯಾ॑ಯ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ ।
ನಮೋ॒ ವಾತ್ಯಾ॑ಯ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ರೇಷ್ಮಿ॑ಯಾಯ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । 
ನಮೋ॑ ವಾಸ್ತ॒ವ್ಯಾ॑ಯ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ವಾಸ್ತು॒ಪಾಯ॑ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । 

ನಮ॒ಸ್ಸೋಮಾ॑ಯ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ರು॒ದ್ರಾಯ॑ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । 
ನಮ॑ಸ್ತಾ॒ಮ್ರಾಯ॑ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ಅ॒ರು॒ಣಾಯ॑ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ ।
ನಮಃ॑ ಶ॒ಂಗಾಯ॑ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ಪ॒ಶು॒ಪತ॑ಯೇ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । 
ನಮ॑ ಉ॒ಗ್ರಾಯ॑ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ಭೀ॒ಮಾಯ॑ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । 
ನಮೋ॑ ಅಗ್ರೇವ॒ಧಾಯ॑ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ದೂ॒ರೇ॒ವ॒ಧಾಯ॑ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ ।
ನಮೋ॑ ಹ॒ಂತ್ರೇ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ಹನೀ॑ಯಸೇ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । 
ನಮೋ॑ ವೃ॒ಕ್ಷೇಭ್ಯೋ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ಹರಿ॑ಕೇಶೇಭ್ಯೋ॒ ನಮಃ॑ ।
ನಮ॑ಸ್ತಾ॒ರಾಯ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ನಮ॑ಶ್ಶಂ॒ಭವೇ॑ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । 
ಮ॒ಯೋ॒ಭವೇ॑ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ನಮ॑ಶ್ಶಂಕ॒ರಾಯ॑ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । 
ಮ॒ಯ॒ಸ್ಕ॒ರಾಯ॑ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ನಮಃ॑ ಶಿ॒ವಾಯ॑  ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । 
ಶಿ॒ವತ॑ರಾಯ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ನಮ॒ಸ್ತೀರ್ಥ್ಯಾ॑ಯ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । 
ಕೂಲ್ಯಾ॑ಯ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ನಮಃ॑ ಪಾ॒ರ್ಯಾ॑ಯ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । 
ಅ॒ವಾ॒ರ್ಯಾ॑ಯ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ನಮಃ॑ ಪ್ರ॒ತರ॑ಣಾಯ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । 
ಉ॒ತ್ತರ॑ಣಾಯ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ನಮ॑ ಆತಾ॒ರ್ಯಾ॑ಯ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । 
ಆ॒ಲಾ॒ದ್ಯಾ॑ಯ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ನಮಃ॒ ಶಷ್ಪ್ಯಾ॑ಯ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । 
ಫೇನ್ಯಾ॑ಯ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ನಮಃ॑ ಸಿಕ॒ತ್ಯಾ॑ಯ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । 
ಪ್ರ॒ವಾ॒ಹ್ಯಾ॑ಯ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । 

ನಮ॑ ಇರಿ॒ಣ್ಯಾ॑ಯ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ಪ್ರ॒ಪ॒ಥ್ಯಾ॑ಯ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । 
ನಮಃ॑ ಕಿ ꣳ ಶಿ॒ಲಾಯ॑ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ಕ್ಷಯ॑ಣಾಯ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । 
ನಮಃ॑ ಕಪ॒ರ್ದಿನೇ॑ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ಪು॒ಲ॒ಸ್ತಯೇ॑ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ ।
ನಮೋ॒ ಗೋಷ್ಠ್ಯಾ॑ಯ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ಗೃಹ್ಯಾ॑ಯ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । 
ನಮ॒ಸ್ತಲ್ಪ್ಯಾ॑ಯ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ಗೇಹ್ಯಾ॑ಯ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । 
ನಮಃ॑ ಕಾ॒ಟ್ಯಾ॑ಯ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ಗ॒ಹ್ವ॒ರೇ॒ಷ್ಠಾಯ॑ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ ।
ನಮೋ᳚ ಹ್ರದ॒ಯ್ಯಾ॑ಯ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ನಿ॒ವೇ॒ಷ್ಪ್ಯಾ॑ಯ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । 
ನಮಃ॑ ಪಾ ꣳ ಸ॒ವ್ಯಾ॑ಯ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ರ॒ಜ॒ಸ್ಯಾ॑ಯ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ ।
ನಮಃ॒ ಶುಷ್ಕ್ಯಾ॑ಯ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ಹ॒ರಿ॒ತ್ಯಾ॑ಯ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । 
ನಮೋ॒ ಲೋಪ್ಯಾ॑ಯ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ಉ॒ಲ॒ಪ್ಯಾ॑ಯ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । 
ನಮ॑ ಊ॒ರ್ವ್ಯಾ॑ಯ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ಸೂ॒ರ್ಮ್ಯಾ॑ಯ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । 
ನಮಃ॑ ಪ॒ರ್ಣ್ಯಾ॑ಯ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ಪ॒ರ್ಣ॒ಶ॒ದ್ಯಾ॑ಯ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । 
ನಮೋ॑ಪಗು॒ರಮಾ॑ಣಾಯ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ಅ॒ಭಿ॒ಘ್ನ॒ತೇ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । 
ನಮ॑ ಆಕ್ಖಿದ॒ತೇ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ಪ್ರ॒ಕ್ಖಿ॒ದ॒ತೇ ಚ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ವೋ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । 
ಕಿ॒ರಿ॒ಕೇಭ್ಯೋ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ದೇ॒ವಾನಾ॒ ꣳ॒ ಹೃದ॑ಯೇಭ್ಯೋ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । 
ನಮೋ॑ ವಿಕ್ಷೀಣ॒ಕೇಭ್ಯೋ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ನಮೋ॑ ವಿಚಿನ್ವ॒ತ್ಕೇಭ್ಯೋ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । 
ನಮ॑ ಆನಿರ್ಹ॒ತೇಭ್ಯೋ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । ನಮ॑ ಆಮೀವ॒ತ್ಕೇಭ್ಯೋ॒ ನಮಃ॑ । 

॥ ஶ்ரீருத்³ரத்ரிஶதி ॥

ௐ ஶ்ரீ⁠ கு³⁠ரு⁠ப்⁴யோ நம:⁠ । ஹ⁠ரி:⁠ ௐ । 
        ॥ ஶ்ரிருத்³ரநாம த்ரிஶதி ॥

நமோ⁠ ஹிர⁠ண்யபா³ஹவே⁠ நம:⁠ । ஸே⁠னா⁠ன்யே⁠  நம:⁠ । 
தி³⁠ஶாம் ச⁠ பத⁠யே⁠ நம:⁠ । நமோ⁠ வ்ருʼ⁠க்ஷேப்⁴யோ⁠ நம:⁠ । 
ஹரி⁠கேஶேப்⁴யோ⁠  நம:⁠ । ப⁠ஶூ⁠நாம் பத⁠யே⁠  நம:⁠ । 
நம:⁠ ஸ⁠ஸ்பிஞ்ஜ⁠ராய⁠ நம:⁠ । த்விஷீ⁠மதே⁠ நம:⁠ । 
ப⁠தீ²⁠நாம் பத⁠யே⁠ நம:⁠ । நமோ⁠ ப³ப்⁴லு⁠ஶாய⁠ நம:⁠ । 
வி⁠வ்யா⁠தி⁴னே⁠ நம:⁠ । அன்னா⁠நாம்⁠ பத⁠யே⁠ நம:⁠ ।  
நமோ⁠ ஹரி⁠கேஶய⁠ நம:⁠ । உ⁠ப⁠வீ⁠தினே⁠ நம:⁠ । 
பு⁠ஷ்டாநாம்⁠ பத⁠யே நம:⁠ । நமோ⁠ ப⁴⁠வஸ்ய⁠ ஹே⁠த்யை நம:⁠ । 
ஜக³⁠தாம்⁠ பத⁠யே⁠ நம:⁠ । நமோ⁠ ரு⁠த்³ராய⁠ நம:⁠ । 
ஆ⁠த⁠தா⁠வினே⁠ நம:⁠ । க்ஷேத்ரா⁠ணாம்⁠ பத⁠யே⁠ நம:⁠ ।  
நம:⁠ ஸூ⁠தாய⁠ நம:⁠ । அஹ⁠ந்த்யாய⁠ நம:⁠ । 
வனா⁠நாம்⁠  பத⁠யே⁠ நம:⁠ । நமோ⁠ ரோஹி⁠தாய⁠ நம:⁠ । 
ஸ்த²⁠பத⁠யே நம:⁠ । வ்ருʼ⁠க்ஷாணம்⁠ பத⁠யே⁠ நம:⁠ । 
நமோ⁠ ம⁠ந்த்ரிணே⁠ நம:⁠ । வா⁠ணி⁠ஜாய⁠ நம:⁠ । 
கக்ஷா⁠ணாம்⁠ பத⁠யே நம:⁠ । நமோ⁠ பு⁴வம்⁠தயே⁠ நம:⁠ । 
வா⁠ரி⁠வ⁠ஸ்க்ருʼ⁠தாய⁠ நம:⁠ । ஓஷ⁠தீ⁴நாம்⁠ பத⁠யே⁠ நம:⁠ । 
நம⁠ உ⁠ச்சைர்கோ⁴⁠ஷாய⁠ நம:⁠ । ஆ⁠க்ர⁠ந்த³ய⁠தே⁠ நம:⁠ । 
ப⁠த்தீ⁠நாம் பத⁠யே⁠ நம:⁠ । நம:⁠ க்ருʼத்ஸ்னவீ⁠தாய⁠ நம:⁠ । 
தா⁴வ⁠தே⁠ நம:⁠ । ஸத்த்வ⁠நாம்⁠ பத⁠யே⁠ நம:⁠ ॥

நம:⁠ ஸஹ⁠மானாய⁠ நம:⁠ । நி⁠வ்யா⁠தி⁴னே⁠ நம:⁠ । 
ஆ⁠வ்யா⁠தி⁴னீ⁠நாம்⁠ பத⁠யே⁠ நம:⁠ । நம:⁠ ககு⁠பா⁴ய⁠ நம:⁠ । 
நி⁠ஷ⁠ங்கி³ணே⁠ நம:⁠ । ஸ்தே⁠னாநாம்⁠ பத⁠யே⁠ நம:⁠ । 
நமோ⁠ நிஷ⁠ங்கி³ணே⁠ நம:⁠ । இ⁠ஷு⁠தி⁴⁠மதே⁠ நம:⁠ । 
தஸ்க⁠ராணாம்⁠ பத⁠யே⁠ நம:⁠ । நமோ⁠ வஞ்ச⁠தே⁠ நம:⁠ । 
ப⁠ரி⁠வஞ்ச⁠தே⁠ நம:⁠ । ஸ்தா⁠யூ⁠நாம் பத⁠யே⁠ நம:⁠ । 
நமோ⁠ நிசே⁠ரவே⁠ நம:⁠ । ப⁠ரி⁠ச⁠ராய⁠ நம:⁠ । 
அர⁠ண்யாநாம்⁠ பத⁠யே⁠ நம:⁠ । நம:⁠ ஸ்ருʼகா⁠விப்⁴யோ⁠ நம:⁠ । 
ஜிகா⁴ ⁠⁠ ஸத்³ப்⁴யோ⁠ நம:⁠ । மு⁠ஷ்ண⁠தாம் பத⁠யே⁠ நம:⁠ । 
நமோ⁠ऽஸி⁠மத்³ப்⁴யோ⁠ நம:⁠ । நக்தம்⁠சர⁠த்³ப்⁴யோ⁠ நம:⁠ । 
ப்ர⁠க்ருʼ⁠ந்தாநாம்⁠ பத⁠யே⁠ நம:⁠ । நம⁠ உஷ்ணீ⁠ஷினே⁠ நம:⁠ । 
கி³⁠ரி⁠ச⁠ராய⁠ நம:⁠ । கு⁠லு⁠ஞ்சாநாம்⁠ பத⁠யே⁠  நம:⁠ । 

நம⁠ இஷு⁠மத்³ப்⁴யோ⁠  நம:⁠ । த⁴⁠ன்வா⁠விப்⁴ய⁠ஶ்ச⁠  நம:⁠ । வோ⁠  நம:⁠ । 
நம⁠ ஆதன்வா⁠னேப்⁴யோ⁠ நம:⁠। ப்ர⁠தி⁠த³தா⁴⁠னேப்⁴யஶ்ச  நம:⁠ । வோ⁠ நம:⁠ ।
நம⁠ ஆ⁠யச்ச²⁠த்³ப்⁴யோ⁠  நம:⁠ ।  வி⁠ஸ்ருʼ⁠ஜத்³ப்⁴ய⁠ஶ்ச⁠  நம:⁠ ।  வோ⁠ நம:⁠ ।
நமோऽஸ்ய⁠த்³ப்⁴யோ⁠  நம:⁠ । வித்⁴ய⁠த்³ப்⁴யஶ்ச⁠  நம:⁠ ।  வோ⁠ நம:⁠ ।
நம⁠ ஆஸீ⁠னேப்⁴யோ⁠  நம:⁠ । ஶயா⁠னேப்⁴யஶ்ச⁠  நம:⁠ । வோ⁠ நம:⁠ ।
நம:⁠ ஸ்வ⁠பத்³ப்⁴யோ⁠  நம:⁠ । ஜாக்³ர⁠த்³ப்⁴யஶ்ச⁠  நம:⁠ ।  வோ⁠ நம:⁠ ।
நம⁠ஸ்திஷ்ட²⁠த்³ப்⁴யோ⁠  நம:⁠ । தா⁴வ⁠த்³ப்⁴யஶ்ச⁠  நம:⁠ ।  வோ⁠ நம:⁠ ।
நம⁠ஸ்ஸ⁠பா⁴ப்⁴யோ⁠  நம:⁠ । ஸ⁠பா⁴ப⁠திப்⁴யஶ்ச⁠ நம:⁠ । வோ⁠ நம:⁠ ।
நமோ⁠ அஶ்வே⁠ப்⁴யோ⁠  நம:⁠ । அஶ்வ⁠பதிப்⁴யஶ்ச⁠  நம:⁠ । வோ⁠ நம:⁠ । 

நம⁠ ஆவ்ய⁠தி⁴னீ⁠ப்⁴யோ⁠  நம:⁠ । வி⁠வித்⁴ய⁠ந்தீப்⁴யஶ்ச⁠  நம:⁠ ।  வோ⁠ நம:⁠ । 
நம⁠ உக³⁠ணாப்⁴யோ⁠ நம:⁠ । த்ருʼ⁠ ⁠⁠ ஹ⁠தீப்⁴ய⁠ஶ்ச⁠ நம:⁠ । வோ⁠ நம:⁠ । 
நமோ⁠ க்³ருʼ⁠த்ஸேப்⁴யோ⁠ நம:⁠ । க்³ருʼ⁠த்ஸப⁠திப்⁴யஶ்ச⁠ நம:⁠ । வோ⁠ நம:⁠ । 
நமோ⁠ வ்ராதே⁠ப்⁴யோ⁠ நம:⁠ । வ்ராத⁠பதிப்⁴யஶ்ச⁠ நம:⁠ । வோ⁠ நம:⁠ । 
நமோ⁠ க³⁠ணேப்⁴யோ⁠ நம:⁠ । க³⁠ணப⁠திப்⁴யஶ்ச⁠ நம:⁠ । வோ⁠ நம:⁠ ।

நமோ⁠ விரூ⁠பேப்⁴யோ⁠ நம:⁠ । வி⁠ஶ்வரு⁠பேப்⁴யஶ்ச⁠ நம:⁠ । வோ⁠ நம:⁠ । 
நமோ⁠ ம⁠ஹத்³ப்⁴யோ⁠ நம:⁠ । க்ஷு⁠ல்ல⁠கேப்⁴ய⁠ஶ்ச⁠ நம:⁠ । வோ⁠ நம:⁠ ।
நமோ⁠ ர⁠தி²ப்⁴யோ⁠ நம:⁠ । அ⁠ர⁠தே²ப்⁴ய⁠ஶ்ச⁠ நம:⁠ । வோ⁠ நம:⁠ । 
நமோ⁠ ரதே²⁠ப்⁴யோ⁠ நம:⁠ । ரத²⁠பதிப்⁴யஶ்ச⁠ நம:⁠ । வோ⁠ நம:⁠ ।
நம⁠ஸ்ஸேனா⁠ப்⁴யோ⁠ நம:⁠ । ஸே⁠னா⁠னிப்⁴ய⁠ஶ்ச⁠ நம:⁠ । வோ⁠ நம:⁠ । 
நம:⁠ க்ஷ⁠த்த்ருʼப்⁴யோ⁠ நம:⁠ । ஸம்⁠க்³ர⁠ஹீ⁠த்ருʼப்⁴ய⁠ஶ்ச⁠ நம:⁠ । வோ⁠ நம:⁠ । 
நம⁠ஸ்தக்ஷ⁠ப்⁴யோ⁠ நம:⁠ । ர⁠த²⁠கா⁠ரேப்⁴ய⁠ஶ்ச⁠ நம:⁠ । வோ⁠ நம:⁠ । 
நம:⁠ குலா⁠லேப்⁴யோ⁠ நம:⁠ । க⁠ர்மாரே⁠ப்⁴யஶ்ச⁠ நம:⁠ । வோ⁠ நம:⁠ । 
நம:⁠ பும்⁠ஜிஷ்டே⁠ப்⁴யோ⁠ நம:⁠ । நி⁠ஷா⁠தே³ப்⁴ய⁠ஶ்ச⁠ நம:⁠ । வோ⁠ நம:⁠ । 
நம⁠ இஷு⁠க்ருʼத்³ப்⁴யோ⁠ நம:⁠ । த⁴⁠ன்வ⁠க்ருʼத்³ப்⁴ய⁠ஶ்ச⁠ நம:⁠ । வோ⁠ நம:⁠ ।
நமோ⁠ ம்ருʼக³⁠யுப்⁴யோ⁠ நம:⁠ । ஶ்வ⁠னிப்⁴ய⁠ஶ்ச⁠ நம:⁠ । வோ⁠ நம:⁠ । 
நம:⁠ ஶ்வப்⁴யோ⁠ நம:⁠ । ஶ்வப⁠திப்⁴யஶ்ச⁠ நம:⁠ । வோ⁠ நம:⁠ 

நமோ⁠ ப⁴⁠வாய⁠ ச⁠ நம:⁠ । ரு⁠த்³ராய⁠ ச⁠ நம:⁠ । 
நம⁠ஶ்ஶ⁠ர்வாய⁠ ச⁠ நம:⁠ । ப⁠ஶு⁠பத⁠யே ச⁠ நம:⁠ ।
நமோ⁠ நீல⁠க்³ரீவாய ச⁠ நம:⁠ । ஶி⁠தி⁠கண்டா²⁠ய ச⁠ நம:⁠ । 
நம:⁠ கப⁠ர்தி³னே⁠ ச⁠ நம:⁠ । வ்யு⁠ப்தகேஶாய ச⁠ நம:⁠ ।
நம⁠ஸ்ஸஹஸ்ரா⁠க்ஷாய⁠ ச⁠ நம:⁠ । ஶ⁠தத⁴⁠ன்வனே ச⁠ நம:⁠ । 
நமோ⁠ கி³ரி⁠ஶாய⁠ ச⁠ நம:⁠ । ஶி⁠பி⁠வி⁠ஷ்டாய⁠ ச⁠ நம:⁠ ।
நமோ⁠ மீ⁠டு⁴ஷ்ட⁠மாய ச⁠ நம:⁠ । இஷு⁠மதே ச⁠ நம:⁠ । 
நமோ⁠ ஹ்ர⁠ஸ்வாய⁠ ச⁠ நம:⁠ । வா⁠ம⁠னாய⁠ ச⁠ நம:⁠ ।
நமோ⁠ ப்³ருʼஹ⁠தே ச⁠ நம:⁠ । வர்ஷீ⁠யஸே ச⁠ நம:⁠ । 
நமோ⁠ வ்ருʼ⁠த்³தா⁴ய⁠ ச⁠ நம:⁠ । ஸம்⁠வ்ருʼத்⁴வ⁠னே ச⁠ நம:⁠ । 
நமோ⁠ அக்³ரி⁠யாய ச⁠ நம:⁠ । ப்ர⁠த²⁠மாய⁠ ச⁠ நம:⁠ । 
நம⁠ ஆ⁠ஶவே⁠ ச⁠ நம:⁠ । அ⁠ஜி⁠ராய⁠ ச⁠ நம:⁠ ।
நம:⁠ ஶீக்⁴ரி⁠யாய ச⁠ நம:⁠ । ஶீப்⁴யா⁠ய ச⁠ நம:⁠ । 
நம⁠ ஊ⁠ர்ம்யா⁠ய ச⁠ நம:⁠ । அ⁠வ⁠ஸ்வ⁠ன்யா⁠ய ச⁠ நம:⁠ । 
நம:⁠ ஸ்த்ரோத⁠ஸ்யா⁠ய ச⁠ நம:⁠ । த்³வீப்யா⁠ய ச⁠ நம:⁠ ।

நமோ⁠ ஜ்யே⁠ஷ்டா²ய⁠ ச⁠ நம:⁠ । க⁠னி⁠ஷ்டா²ய⁠ ச⁠ நம:⁠ । 
நம:⁠ பூர்வ⁠ஜாய⁠ ச⁠ நம:⁠ । அ⁠ப⁠ர⁠ஜாய⁠ ச⁠ நம:⁠ । 
நமோ⁠ மத்⁴ய⁠மாய⁠ ச⁠ நம:⁠ । அ⁠ப⁠க³⁠ல்பா⁴ய⁠ ச⁠ நம:⁠ । 
நமோ⁠ ஜக⁴⁠ன்யா⁠ய ச⁠ நம:⁠ । பு³த்⁴னி⁠யாய ச⁠ நம:⁠ ।
நம:⁠ ஸோ⁠ப்⁴யா⁠ய ச⁠ நம:⁠ । ப்ர⁠தி⁠ஸ⁠ர்யா⁠ய ச⁠ நம:⁠ । 
நமோ⁠ யாம்யா⁠ய ச⁠ நம:⁠ । க்ஷேம்யா⁠ய ச⁠ நம:⁠ । 
நம⁠ உர்வ⁠ர்யா⁠ய ச⁠ நம:⁠ । க²ல்யா⁠ய ச⁠ நம:⁠ । 
நம:⁠ ஶ்லோக்யா⁠ய ச⁠ நம:⁠ । அ⁠வ⁠ஸா⁠ன்யா⁠ய ச⁠ நம:⁠ । 
நமோ⁠ வன்யா⁠ய ச⁠ நம:⁠ । கக்ஷ்யா⁠ய ச⁠ நம:⁠ । 
நம:⁠ ஶ்ர⁠வாய⁠ ச⁠ நம:⁠ । ப்ர⁠தி⁠ஶ்ர⁠வாய⁠ ச⁠ நம:⁠ । 
நம⁠ ஆ⁠ஶுஷே⁠ணாய ச⁠ நம:⁠ । ஆ⁠ஶுர⁠தா²ய ச⁠ நம:⁠ । 
நம:⁠ ஶூரா⁠ய ச⁠ நம:⁠ । அ⁠வ⁠பி⁴⁠ந்த³⁠தே ச⁠ நம:⁠ । 
நமோ⁠ வ⁠ர்மிணே⁠ ச⁠ நம:⁠ । வ⁠ரூ⁠தி²னே⁠ ச⁠ நம:⁠ । 
நமோ⁠ பி³⁠ல்மினே⁠ ச⁠ நம:⁠ । க⁠வ⁠சினே⁠ ச⁠ நம:⁠ । 
நம⁠ஶ்ஶ்ரு⁠தாய⁠ ச⁠ நம:⁠ । ஶ்ரு⁠த⁠ஸே⁠னாய⁠ ச⁠ நம:⁠ । 

நமோ⁠ து³ந்து³⁠ப்⁴யா⁠ய ச⁠ நம:⁠ । ஆ⁠ஹ⁠ன⁠ன்யா⁠ய ச⁠ நம:⁠ । 
நமோ⁠ த்⁴ருʼ⁠ஷ்ணவே⁠ ச⁠ நம:⁠ । ப்ர⁠ம்ருʼ⁠ஶாய⁠ ச⁠ நம:⁠ ।
நமோ⁠ தூ³⁠தாய⁠ ச⁠ நம:⁠ । ப்ரஹி⁠தாய ச⁠ நம:⁠ । 
நமோ⁠ நிஷ⁠ங்கி³ணே⁠ ச⁠ நம:⁠ । இ⁠ஷு⁠தி⁴⁠மதே⁠ ச⁠ நம:⁠ ।
நம⁠ஸ்தீ⁠க்ஷ்ணேஷ⁠வே ச⁠ நம:⁠ । ஆ⁠யு⁠தி⁴னே⁠ ச⁠ நம:⁠ । 
நம:⁠ ஸ்வாயு⁠தா⁴ய⁠ ச⁠ நம:⁠ । ஸு⁠த⁴ன்வ⁠னே ச⁠ நம:⁠ ।
நம:⁠ ஸ்ருத்யா⁠ய ச⁠ நம:⁠ । பத்²யா⁠ய ச⁠ நம:⁠ । 
நம:⁠ கா⁠ட்யா⁠ய ச⁠ நம:⁠ । நீ⁠ப்யா⁠ய ச⁠ நம:⁠ ।
நம⁠ஸ்ஸூத்³யா⁠ய ச⁠ நம:⁠ । ஸ⁠ர⁠ஸ்யா⁠ய ச⁠ நம:⁠ । 
நமோ⁠ நா⁠த்³யாய⁠ ச⁠ நம:⁠ । வை⁠ஶ⁠ந்தாய⁠ ச⁠ நம:⁠ ।  
நம:⁠ கூப்யா⁠ய ச⁠ நம:⁠ । அ⁠வ⁠ட்யா⁠ய ச⁠ நம:⁠ । 
நமோ⁠ வர்ஷ்யா⁠ய ச⁠ நம:⁠ । அ⁠வ⁠ர்ஷ்யாய⁠ ச⁠ நம:⁠ । 
நமோ⁠ மே⁠க்⁴யா⁠ய ச⁠ நம:⁠ । வி⁠த்³யு⁠த்யா⁠ய ச⁠ நம:⁠ ।
நம⁠ ஈ⁠த்⁴ரியா⁠ய ச⁠ நம:⁠ । ஆ⁠த⁠ப்யா⁠ய ச⁠ நம:⁠ ।
நமோ⁠ வாத்யா⁠ய ச⁠ நம:⁠ । ரேஷ்மி⁠யாய ச⁠ நம:⁠ । 
நமோ⁠ வாஸ்த⁠வ்யா⁠ய ச⁠ நம:⁠ । வாஸ்து⁠பாய⁠ ச⁠ நம:⁠ । 

நம⁠ஸ்ஸோமா⁠ய ச⁠ நம:⁠ । ரு⁠த்³ராய⁠ ச⁠ நம:⁠ । 
நம⁠ஸ்தா⁠ம்ராய⁠ ச⁠ நம:⁠ । அ⁠ரு⁠ணாய⁠ ச⁠ நம:⁠ ।
நம:⁠ ஶ⁠ங்கா³ய⁠ ச⁠ நம:⁠ । ப⁠ஶு⁠பத⁠யே ச⁠ நம:⁠ । 
நம⁠ உ⁠க்³ராய⁠ ச⁠ நம:⁠ । பீ⁴⁠மாய⁠ ச⁠ நம:⁠ । 
நமோ⁠ அக்³ரேவ⁠தா⁴ய⁠ ச⁠ நம:⁠ । தூ³⁠ரே⁠வ⁠தா⁴ய⁠ ச⁠ நம:⁠ ।
நமோ⁠ ஹ⁠ந்த்ரே ச⁠ நம:⁠ । ஹனீ⁠யஸே ச⁠ நம:⁠ । 
நமோ⁠ வ்ருʼ⁠க்ஷேப்⁴யோ⁠ நம:⁠ । ஹரி⁠கேஶேப்⁴யோ⁠ நம:⁠ ।
நம⁠ஸ்தா⁠ராய⁠ நம:⁠ । நம⁠ஶ்ஶம்⁠ப⁴வே⁠ ச⁠ நம:⁠ । 
ம⁠யோ⁠ப⁴வே⁠ ச⁠ நம:⁠ । நம⁠ஶ்ஶம்க⁠ராய⁠ ச⁠ நம:⁠ । 
ம⁠ய⁠ஸ்க⁠ராய⁠ ச⁠ நம:⁠ । நம:⁠ ஶி⁠வாய⁠  ச⁠ நம:⁠ । 
ஶி⁠வத⁠ராய ச⁠ நம:⁠ । நம⁠ஸ்தீர்த்²யா⁠ய ச⁠ நம:⁠ । 
கூல்யா⁠ய ச⁠ நம:⁠ । நம:⁠ பா⁠ர்யா⁠ய ச⁠ நம:⁠ । 
அ⁠வா⁠ர்யா⁠ய ச⁠ நம:⁠ । நம:⁠ ப்ர⁠தர⁠ணாய ச⁠ நம:⁠ । 
உ⁠த்தர⁠ணாய ச⁠ நம:⁠ । நம⁠ ஆதா⁠ர்யா⁠ய ச⁠ நம:⁠ । 
ஆ⁠லா⁠த்³யா⁠ய ச⁠ நம:⁠ । நம:⁠ ஶஷ்ப்யா⁠ய ச⁠ நம:⁠ । 
பே²ன்யா⁠ய ச⁠ நம:⁠ । நம:⁠ ஸிக⁠த்யா⁠ய ச⁠ நம:⁠ । 
ப்ர⁠வா⁠ஹ்யா⁠ய ச⁠ நம:⁠ । 

நம⁠ இரி⁠ண்யா⁠ய ச⁠ நம:⁠ । ப்ர⁠ப⁠த்²யா⁠ய ச⁠ நம:⁠ । 
நம:⁠ கி ⁠ ஶி⁠லாய⁠ ச⁠ நம:⁠ । க்ஷய⁠ணாய ச⁠ நம:⁠ । 
நம:⁠ கப⁠ர்தி³னே⁠ ச⁠ நம:⁠ । பு⁠ல⁠ஸ்தயே⁠ ச⁠ நம:⁠ ।
நமோ⁠ கோ³ஷ்ட்²யா⁠ய ச⁠ நம:⁠ । க்³ருʼஹ்யா⁠ய ச⁠ நம:⁠ । 
நம⁠ஸ்தல்ப்யா⁠ய ச⁠ நம:⁠ । கே³ஹ்யா⁠ய ச⁠ நம:⁠ । 
நம:⁠ கா⁠ட்யா⁠ய ச⁠ நம:⁠ । க³⁠ஹ்வ⁠ரே⁠ஷ்டா²ய⁠ ச⁠ நம:⁠ ।
நமோ⁠ ஹ்ரத³⁠ய்யா⁠ய ச⁠ நம:⁠ । நி⁠வே⁠ஷ்ப்யா⁠ய ச⁠ நம:⁠ । 
நம:⁠ பா ⁠ ஸ⁠வ்யா⁠ய ச⁠ நம:⁠ । ர⁠ஜ⁠ஸ்யா⁠ய ச⁠ நம:⁠ ।
நம:⁠ ஶுஷ்க்யா⁠ய ச⁠ நம:⁠ । ஹ⁠ரி⁠த்யா⁠ய ச⁠ நம:⁠ । 
நமோ⁠ லோப்யா⁠ய ச⁠ நம:⁠ । உ⁠ல⁠ப்யா⁠ய ச⁠ நம:⁠ । 
நம⁠ ஊ⁠ர்வ்யா⁠ய ச⁠ நம:⁠ । ஸூ⁠ர்ம்யா⁠ய ச⁠ நம:⁠ । 
நம:⁠ ப⁠ர்ண்யா⁠ய ச⁠ நம:⁠ । ப⁠ர்ண⁠ஶ⁠த்³யா⁠ய ச⁠ நம:⁠ । 
நமோ⁠பகு³⁠ரமா⁠ணாய ச⁠ நம:⁠ । அ⁠பி⁴⁠க்⁴ன⁠தே ச⁠ நம:⁠ । 
நம⁠ ஆக்கி²த³⁠தே ச⁠ நம:⁠ । ப்ர⁠க்கி²⁠த³⁠தே ச⁠ நம:⁠ । வோ⁠ நம:⁠ । 
கி⁠ரி⁠கேப்⁴யோ⁠ நம:⁠ । தே³⁠வானா⁠ ⁠⁠ ஹ்ருʼத³⁠யேப்⁴யோ⁠ நம:⁠ । 
நமோ⁠ விக்ஷீண⁠கேப்⁴யோ⁠ நம:⁠ । நமோ⁠ விசின்வ⁠த்கேப்⁴யோ⁠ நம:⁠ । 
நம⁠ ஆனிர்ஹ⁠தேப்⁴யோ⁠ நம:⁠ । நம⁠ ஆமீவ⁠த்கேப்⁴யோ⁠ நம:⁠ ।

Ten Thousand Names of Shiva,Shiva Dasa Sahasranama

Rudra,like other Gods,has Trisati too.

What is surprising is that Shiva has Eight different sahasranamas(mentioned in the Anusashan parva of the Mahabharata)

And Shiva has a Dasa Sahasranama as well!

It is very to come by.
Dasa ,hundred:Sahasra,1000;dasa sahasra is 10,000)

Shiva means auspiciousness,

The Sanskrit word “Śiva” (Devanagari: शिव, transliterated as Shiva or Siva) means, states Monier Williams, “auspicious, propitious, gracious, benign, kind, benevolent, friendly”.The roots of Śiva in folk etymology is “śī” which means “in whom all things lie, pervasiveness” and vawhich means “embodiment of grace”.

The word Shiva is used as an adjective in the Rig Veda, as an epithet for several Rigvedic deities, including Rudra. The term Shiva also connotes “liberation, final emancipation” and “the auspicious one”, this adjective sense of usage is addressed to many deities in Vedic layers of literature. The term evolved from the Vedic Rudra-Shiva to the noun Shiva in the Epics and the Puranas, as an auspicious deity who is the “creator, reproducer and dissolver”.

Shiva In Thiruvannamalai.

Sharma presents another etymology with the Sanskrit root śarv, which means “to injure” or “to kill”, interprets the name to connote “one who can kill the forces of darkness”.

The Sanskrit word śaiva means “relating to the god Shiva”, and this term is the Sanskrit name both for one of the principal sects of Hinduism and for a member of that sect. It is used as an adjective to characterize certain beliefs and practices, such as Shaivism.

Some authors associate the name with the Tamil word śivappu meaning “red”, noting that Shiva is linked to the Sun (śivan, “the Red one”, in Tamil) and that Rudra is also called Babhru (brown, or red) in the Rigveda. The Vishnu sahasranama interprets Shiva to have multiple meanings: “The Pure One”, and “the One who is not affected by three Guṇas of Prakṛti (Sattva, Rajas, and Tamas)”.

Shiva is not directly mentioned in the Vedas ,nor are there any hymns addressed directly to Him.

Shiva is mentioned in Sri Rudram   and is kept as a secret in the Rudram.

Please my article on this and more posts on Shiva  .

Though the Upanishads define the Reality Brahman as Nirguna,. without attributes/beyond attributes, the Vedas also sanction the worship of reality with forms, called Saguna Upasna.

Many Devatas are worshiped by,

Ashtotra,108 names,

Trisati,300 names and

Sahasranama,1000 names.

Rudra,like other Gods,has Trisati too.

What is surprising is that Shiva has Eight different sahasranamas(mentioned in the Anusashan parva of the Mahabharata)

And Shiva has a Dasa Sahasranama  as well! ( Dasa ,hundred:Sahasra,1000;dasa sahasra is 10,000)

It is very rare to come by.

Sahasranama are medieval Indian texts that list a thousand names derived from aspects and epithets of a deity. There are at least eight different versions of the Shiva Sahasranama, devotional hymns (stotras) listing many names of Shiva. The version appearing in Book 13 (Anuśāsanaparvan) of the Mahabharata provides one such list.Shiva also has Dasha-Sahasranamas (10,000 names) that are found in the Mahanyasa. The Shri Rudram Chamakam, also known as the Śatarudriya, is a devotional hymn to Shiva hailing him by many names.

Here is the Shiva dasa sahasra Nama.

 adhivaktA -Speaks in favour of devotees
      agriyaH -Foremost, Earliest
      ailabRidah -Feeder
      Akrandayat -One Who makes cry
      AlAdyaH -Giver of effect of the deeds
      aMbikaanaatha -the Lord of the (mother) Goddess
      AmIvatkebhyaH -Moving everywhere
      andhakaasurasUdana -Destroyer of andhakAsura
      andhasaspadiH -Food provider to devotees
      AnirhatebhyaH -Destroyer of sins
      aniishvara -the One having no superior
      anagha -the Flawless
      ashhTamuurti -the Eight formed
      anekaatman -the Soul of many, the Multiply present
      ahirbudhnya digaMbara -the Sky cladded
      ajaaya -the Unconquerable
      aparAjah -Defeatless
      apavargaprada -the Giver of fulfilment
      ApadsahAy -Helper in distress
      ananta -the Endless
      annapati -Lord of food materials
      aruNamUrti -the One in rising sun like form
      ahantya -Untorturable
      AtatAvin -With the string tied (ready) bow
      AtAryaH -Introducer to life
      auShdhIpati -the Lord of medicines/herbs
      avAryaH -Prayed by bonded people (in worldly life)
      avyaya -the Unmeasurable
      avyakta -the Non-manifest, Imperceptible
      avyagra -the Undistracted
      AvyAdinI pati -the Lord of removers of enemies
      AraNya sundar

      bhavaH -the Source
      bhiimaH -the Strong
      bhaktavatsala -the Compassionate One towards the devotee
      bhasmoddhuulita vigraha -the One appearing smeared in Ash
      bhujaN^gabhuushhaNa -the Snake ornated
      bharga giridhanva -the Mount bow-ed
      bhuutapati -the Head of elements
      bhagava -the God
      bhaganetrabhide -the Remover of the eye of bhaga
      bhiShak -the Doctor
      bhagavaH -God
      babhlushaH -Seated over the bull
      babhrurUpaH -the Golden one
      bhuvantiH -Philanthrophic
      bhava -the Source
      bhIma -Strong
      bhUteshvaraH -the God of elements(matter)
      bhUtanathaH -the Lord of elements
      balaH -the Strength
      bhavodbhava -the Source of the source
      bhuvanAAviveshaH -Penetrated in the world


      chaaruvikrama -the Esteemed (beloved) Hero
      chandramauLi -the Moon crowned
      chandrashekara -the Refuge of moon
      chitsabhesh -the Chief of the hall of heart
      (Name of Lord at chidambam)
      chitambarnAth -(Name of Lord at chidambam)
      chitambaresh -(Name of Lord at chidambam)


      durdharshha -the Inviolable
      deva -deva, Divine, the Basic element (of world)
      daridra -(Appearing in the form of) poor
      devaH -Divine
      daxaadhvarahara -the Remover of daxa's sacrificial rite
      dishAmpati -Lord of directions
      devesh -the God of divines


      gaNgaadhara -the Wearer of gaNga
      gaNanaatha -the Lord of organised group
      giriisha -the Lord of mounts
      girisha -the Lord on the mount
      gaNapati -the Lord of well organised groups (troops)
      giripriya -the Liker of mounts
      girisha.ntaH -Taken abode in the Mount (kailash)
      giritraH -Residing on the Mount
      gartasadaH -Resident of the lotus of the heart
      giricharaH -Walks over the mounts


      hiraNyaretas -the Golden viriled
      haraye -the Reddish-brown One
      hara -the Remover
      hiraNyabAhu -Golden shouldered
      harikesha -the Brown haired, the Green (leaves) haired
      hantr -Destroyer


      iishaanaH -the Master, Owner, Supreme
      iShudhimati -With the quiver
      iShumati -With arrows


      jaTaadhara -the Matted haired
      jagadvyaapin -the Omnipresent in the world
      jagad.hguru -the Guide of the world
      jagatpati -the Lord of the world


      kapardin -the Long (matted) haired
      khaTvaangi -the One with axe
      kapaali -the one adorned with skull
      kaamaari -the Enemy of (devA of) lust
      kaalakaala -the Death to death (the Time to deva of time)
      kRipaanidhi -the Grace wealth
      kailaashavaasi -the Resident of kailaash
      kavachin -the Armoured
      kaThora -the Firm, Hard
      kRittivaasa -the Tiger skin cladded
      khaNDaparashu -the sharp Axed
      kapardinaH -With long (matted) hair
      kAlAgnirudra -the rudra Who after the specified period
      terminates things with an agni
      kirikebhyaH -In the forms that showers wealth to devotees
      kRittimvasAnaH -Cladded in tiger skin
      kAmAri -the Enemy of lust
      kapAli -Adorned with skull
      kuNYchitapAdam -Raised Foot
      kanaka sabhapati -the Head of the golden hallx
      kalyANa sundar -Beautiful Groom/ Auspicious & Charmful


      lalaaTaaksha -the Forehead eyed


      mahaadeva -the Great deva, the Highly divine,
      the Great Basic element
      mahat -the Great
      maheshvara -the Great God
      mayobhavaH -the Source of (liberated) bliss
      mayaskara -the Liberator
      mRigapaaNi -the Animal (Deer) handed
      mRityu.njaya -the One who conquered the death
      mahaasenajanaka -the One gave birth to the great commandor
      (mahaa sena - subraHmanya)
      mRiDa -the One who makes joyful
      mRiDaH -Kindler of happiness
      mIDhuShaH -Philanthrophic giver of requested boons
      mIDhuShTamaH -Kindles the love (desire) for Him
      mahAdeva -the Great divine
      mRityu~njaya -Won the death (Immortal)
      manmatAri -the Enemy of cupid(lust)
      mRigapAni -One holding the animal(deer)
      maheshvaraH -the Great God
      ma~njunAth -the Lovely Lord
      mahAlakshmiish -Name of Lord at thiruninRiyUr
      mANikya varada


      niilalohita -the Blue-Red One
      nIlagrIvaH -the Black throated
      nIlakaNTha -Black throated
      nivyAdin -Remover of enemies
      niSha~NgiNaH -With sword
      naTarAja -the King of dance
      naTesh -the Lord of dance




      parameshvara -the Supreme God
      pashupatiH -the Lord of creatures
      pinaaki -the One with pinaaka bow
      parashuhasta -the Axe handed
      paramaatman -the Supreme soul
      panchavaktra -the Five faced
      prajaapati -the President of the people(citizens)
      puraaraataye -the Enemy of puras (tripura)
      pramathaadhipa -the Lord of pramatha gaNas
      (attendants/ soldiers of Lord shiva)
      paashavimochaka -the Liberator of bonds
      pashupati -the Lord of creatures (souls)
      puushhadantabhide -the Breaker of sun's tooth
      prathamodevaH -the Prime divine
      pashupati -Lord of creatures/lives/ souls
      pathInAmpati -the Lord of the ways
      prathama -Prime
      pAryaH -Praised by liberated people
      prataraNaH -the Uplifter
      pulasthiH -Forthcoming to protect devotees
      puShTivardhanaH -Grower of nourishment
      prabhuH -the Lord
      puraripuH -the Enemy of city(daemon)
      pinAki -(Holding the) pinAka (bow)
      parashupAni -One holding the axe
      pashupati nAth


      rudraH -the remover of suffering, formidable
      rohitaH -the Red one
      RiShabhadvaja -With the flag of bull (justice)


      shiva -the Auspicious, the Perfect
      sharvaH -the Remover of sins
      shaMbhu -the source of auspiciousnous
      shashishekhara -Adorned with Moon
      shankara -the Doer of good
      shuulapaaNi -the One with trident
      shipivishhTa -the One encircled in luminance
      shriikaNTha -the Splendid throated
      shitikaNTha -the White throated
      shivaapriya -the Lover of shivai (shakti)
      saamapriya -Pleased with saama (veda)
      svaramaya -Musicful (Full of sound)
      sarvaGYa -Omniscient
      somasuuryaagnilocha na -moon, sun and fire eyed
      soma -the One with uma (Also refers to moon)
      sadaashiva -the Eternal Shiva (auspicious)
      suuxmatanu -the Cryptic formed
      sthaaNu -the Stable, Firm
      saatvika -the Virtuous
      shuddavigraha -the Pure Formed, the Clear appearing
      shaashvata -the Permanent
      sahasraaksha -the Thousands of eyed
      sahasrapade -the Thousands worded (named)/staged/ footed
      sahasrAxaH -thousands of eyed
      shateShudhaH -With hundreds of quiver
      sarveshvara -Lord of everything
      sadAshiva -Always perfect/auspicious
      saspi~njaraH -Wheatish like a tender straw
      sthapati -Staying well (in all things) and protecting
      stenAnAmpati -the Chief of thieves
      sabhApati -the Chief of the court
      sharva -the Destoryer (of sin)
      shitikaNTha -the White throated
      shipiviShTa -the Radiant
      soma -Accompanied by uma
      sha~NgaH -Activator of goodness
      shambhavaH -the Source of goodness
      shivaH -the Auspicious, the Perfect
      shivatara -Transforms (people/things) to
      Perfection/Auspicio usness
      sRikAvantaH -With sharp weapons
      sugandhin -Nice odoured
      stiraH -the Stable
      shivatama -One in Auspicious/perfect form
      smarAri -the Enemy of cupid(lust)
      shreShTa -the Good/Ideal
      smarAntakaH -the Terminator of cupid(lust)
      sarvabhUtadamana -Pervading all matter
      somanAth -the Lord of moon
      sabhApati -the Chief of the learnt
      (Name of Lord at chidambam)
      shivayoga tyAgesh
      shivaloka nAth
      satya vAkiishvar


      tAra -In the form of praNavam
      tavas -Austerous
      taaraka -the Protector
      tripurAri -the Enemy of tripurAsuras( three city
      tripuraharaH -the Remover of three cities(daemons)
      tyAgarAja -the King of sacrifices
      tyAgesh -the Lord of sacrifices
      trinetra -Three eyed
      tIrtha -In holy waters
      tryambaka -the Three eyed
      tripurAntaka -the Terminator of three cities
      trikAgnikAla -the Time (destiny) for three fires
      tAmramUrti -the One in copperlike form
      taskarANAmpati -Chief of robbers
      tviShImAn -Shining
      trayiimuurti -the Trinity
      trilokesha -the God of three worlds


      umAmaheshvaraH -the Great God with umA
      ugraH -the Fierce
      ugra -Fierce
      upaviitin -the Thread wearing
      uttaraNaH -the Rescuer
      upahatnumugraH -Fierce in destruction
      Urdva tANDava


      vaamadeva -the Charming Divine
      viruupaaksha -the Strange formed and eyed
      vishvAAviveshaH -Penetrated in the universe
      vishvabheShajaH -the Medicine for the universe / all
      viShNu -Omnipresent
      vRishadvaja -With the flag of bull (justice)
      vRiShArUDha -Riding the bull
      virUpa -In strange (special/unique) form
      vikirida -Showerer of wealth, Strange deedful
      vishvanathaH -the Lord of the world
      vixINakaH -Indiminishing
      vichinvatkaH -Bestower of wanted boons
      vArivaskRitaH -the Grace showering
      vishveshvara -Lord of the universe
      vilohitaH -the Admirable (Strange) red in color
      vishveshvara -the God of the world
      viirabhadra -Rich in valour
      vyomakesha -the Widespread (in space) haired
      vishhNuvallabha -Beloved by viShNu
      vR^ishhaa.nkaa -the One on the bull
      vR^ishhabhaaruuDha -the Bull mounting


      xayadvIraH -Victorious over enemies
      xetrapati -Lord of the body


      yaGYamaya -Complete in spiritual rites
      yuvAnaH -Youthful

      Om Sai Ram

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Reference and citation.

I Am My Great Grand Father Lord Shiva

Some of my researches show that Lord Shiva lived as a Human being before being elevated into Godhood, but this needs additional proof( I am working on it)

One also finds that Parvati, Shiva’s wife is called,

Poorvaja, beyond beginning, elder to the beginning, Poorva Plus Aja.

Aadya. the Beginning.

Lord Vishnu is described as


Lord Shiva, not to be confused with Rudra, who is an Amsa of Shiva, is called ,

Anaadi, without a Beginning,

Ayonija, one who does not stay in the womb.

He, as an Avatar,appears from nowhere and disappears in a flash, unlike Vishnu, who in His avatars was born of a human being.

Some of my researches show that Lord Shiva lived as a Human being before being elevated into Godhood, but this needs additional proof( I am working on it)

One also finds that Parvati, Shiva’s wife is called,

Poorvaja, beyond beginning, elder to the beginning, Poorva Plus Aja.

Aadya. the Beginning.

Lord Vishnu is described as


‘Anaadi nidhano dhatha, vidhaatha dhathuruthamaha  -Vishnu Sahasranama.

What do the Vedas say?

Despite the Polytheism of the Vedas, the core message is that the Reality is

without Attributes,

without name and Form and is a


The Upanishads spend the whole text on this point.

However, as Hinduism is aware of the fact that it is difficult for the mind to concentrate on a Vacuum, allows the worship of personal Gods as a tool for Self Realization.(Iswara)

Patanjali speaks of this in his Yoga Sutras as Iswarapranidhaana.

Please read my post  Does God have Name and Form

Necessity of God in Yoga Sutra

However one finds one God being placed ona higher pedestal than the others in Hindu texts.

This is called Henotheism.

This is to instill a higher degree of faith to the deity one is inclined to worship.

So we find various gods being praised as being Superior to the others, while the Reality Brahman is without name and Form.

As to Shiva , when compared to other Deities he is more often described as The One who is without a Beginning.

Tamil calls Him as Piravaa Yaakaip Periyon,

The Eldest who is Never Born.

But as I said earlier each Purana Praises One God.

Many mistake the birth of Rudra to that of Shiva.

Excerpt fro Srimad Bhagavatham(SB)

SB 3.12.4: In the beginning, Brahma created four great sages named Sanaka, Sananda, Sanatana and Sanat-kumara. All of them were unwilling to adopt materialistic activities because they were highly elevated due to their semen’s flowing upwards.
SB 3.12.5: Brahma spoke to his sons after generating them. “My dear sons,” he said, “now generate progeny.” But due to their being attached to Vasudeva, the Supreme Personality of Godhead, they aimed at liberation, and therefore they expressed their unwillingness.
SB 3.12.6: On the refusal of the sons to obey the order of their father, there was much anger generated in the mind of Brahma, which he tried to control and not express.
SB 3.12.7: Although he tried to curb his anger, it came out from between his eyebrows, and a child mixed blue and red was immediately generated.
SB 3.12.8: After his birth he began to cry: O destiny maker, teacher of the universe, kindly designate my name and place.
SB 3.12.9: The all-powerful Brahma, who was born from the lotus flower, pacified the boy with gentle words, accepting his request, and said: Do not cry. I shall certainly do as you desire.
SB 3.12.10: Thereafter Brahma said: O chief of the demigods, you shall be called by the name Rudra by all people because you have so anxiously cried.
SB 3.12.11: My dear boy, I have already selected the following places for your residence: the heart, the senses, the air of life, the sky, the air, the fire, the water, the earth, the sun, the moon and austerity.
SB 3.12.12: Lord Brahma said: My dear boy Rudra, you have eleven other names: Manyu, Manu, Mahinasa, Mahan, Siva, Ritadhvaja, Ugrareta, Bhava, Kala, Vamadeva and Dhritavrata.
SB 3.12.13: O Rudra, you also have eleven wives, called the Rudranis, and they are as follows: Dhi, Dhriti, Rasala, Uma, Niyut, Sarpi, Ila, Ambika, Iravati, Svadha and Diksh.
SB 3.12.14: My dear boy, you may now accept all the names and places designated for you and your different wives, and since you are now one of the masters of the living entities, you may increase the population on a large scale.’

Now there is video that explains the birth of Shiva quoting a text which says that Shiva declared  that Brahma to be His father, Vishnu ,Grandfather and he ( Shiva) is his great Grand father.(Posted at the beginning of the Post)

While this makes an interesting read, there is no authentic source for this.

Shiva A Person God or Reality

And the worship of Shiva is intriguing as a God.

One can find Shiva beibg worshiped as a Human being in the form of Nataraja and in other forms as a Human being, this mode of worship of Shiva in the north of Vindhyas is very limited when compared to the South.

In the South one can find the worship of  Shiva both as a Linga and as a Human being or resembling a human being.

The worship of Shiva precedes the Sanatana Dharma and the worship of Shiva seems to have originated from the South of the Vindhya Mountains.

And the worship of Shiva is intriguing as a God.

One can find Shiva beibg worshiped as a Human being in the form of Nataraja and in other forms as a Human being, this mode of worship of Shiva in the north of Vindhyas is very limited when compared to the South.

In the South one can find the worship of  Shiva both as a Linga and as a Human being or resembling a human being.

In the north the worship of Shiva as Linga is predominant.

And the worshio of Shiva as Ardhanaresswara form, of Shiva and Devi in one form is prevalent in the south.

Another interesting point is that the Gods as described in the Vedas do not seem to have a description as a human being.

Only their attributes are provided in the Sukthas and seem to be a reoresentation of the Principles of Nature.

Purusha Suktha drscribes the Evolution of the Universe,

The Narayana, Vishnu, Sri and Durga Sukthas describe the various aspects of the Universe.

However , the Sri Suktha calls Sri, Lakshmi as the one who resides in the

House of Sikleetha Rishi- Sikleetha

Vasame gruhe.

Excepting these lines no mention is

Made to the Gods as Humans.

The core of the Vedas is that the Reality , Brahman is without and beyond Attributes .

Arunachala Shiva.jpg
Shiva In Thiruvannamalai.


However later concept s brought in the description of Gods in rhe image of Man in the Puranas and the Ithihasas Ramayana and Mahabharata.

Even here there is a uniqueness of Shiva.

Shiva appears, as recorded in the Tamil Classics and the Thiruvilayadal purana which describes the activities of Shiva at various points  of Times while not much of this nature is found in the literature of North India.

And note the spread of Hinduism towards the East where Muruga, Subrahmanya worship  is prevalent from Lanka to Australia and the spread of Shiva Cult here and also to thecwest of India from Middle East to  Arctic and Russia.

However there are legends that Shiva was worshiped as a Tribal Chief.

Even today the Austrakians perform the Trinetra Dance of Shiva.

And there is a Temple for Shiva asKratha Shiva’ Shiva the Hunter in Kerala.

The Indian tribes worship Shiva in their natural abode – jungles, hills, mountains, agricultural fields’ etc. It is the Hindus who brought him into temples. Shiva is always worshiped among the tribals in His presence as lingam.

In the bramhanical Hindu fold Lord Shiva has several names. Prominent among them are as follows: Shankar, Ashutosh, Shiva, Neelkantha, Jatadhari, Pasupati, Bholanatha, Viswanatha, Baidyanath, Kailashpati, Tripurari, Rameshwar, Ravaneshwar, Somnatha, Mahakal, Omkar, Nagesh, Trayambakeshwar, Chidambaram, Kedranath, Shambhu, Gauripati, Girijapati, Mahadeo, Umapati, Maulishekhar, Shashank-Shekhar, Chandrashekhar, Lingraj, Devadhideva, Hara, Bambhola. His every name makes him unique, peculiar, caring for his believers and followers but careless about himself. He does not run after the worldly affairs and luxuries. He is the divine guru. He is the sun that opens the lotuses of the hearts of great Yogis. He is most compassionate. He absorbs the devotees’ afflictions. He is the manifestation of the three worlds. He abides in bliss. He is delighted with devotees. He is forever blissful. He absolves the sins of the faithful. He lights up his devotees. He is beyond thought. He is associated with right thoughts. He is boundless. He is birth-less. He is without beginning or end. He is associated with knowledge. He is supreme in bliss and knowledge. He is slave of the devotees. He responds to the devotees. He is attentive to the devotees. He is the light of the devotees. He is a killer of devotee’s grief. He is the experience of devotees. He rescues devotes. He supports devotees. He is approachable through pure thoughts. He is the embodiment of consciousness. He has eliminated bodily passions.

From the available narratives of many tribal communities (as described in the latter part of this paper) it appears that the Hindu ancestors adopted Him much later. Gods are fathers and Lord Shiva is s father like personality for the all other gods. He is the greatest god, Mahadeo. He helps his indigenous people in all walks of life and in all geographical, ecological and natural conditions. He is malevolent. He is benevolent. He is supreme Lord. He is Lord of lords. The Taittiriya Samhita therefore, in the form of Rudra, rightly describes Him:

“Hail to him of the drum, hail to him of the drum stick, hail to the courageous and to the creations, to him on the footpath, hail to him of the pond, and to rivulet, hail to him of the lake. Hail to him of the well. Hail to him of the rain, hail to him of the cloud, hail to him of the sunshine and to him of the storm. Hail to him of the dwelling and to the guardian of the dwelling (TS.4.5.7.)”.

Non-tribal and tribal interaction in ancient India started much earlier than the Vedic period. A minute survey of the Rig Vedareveals that these indigenous people were considered low, uncultured, mindless and substandard people and referred to asDasavarna (black colour or Dasa colour),Adavea (the godless community), Ayajyavah(non-sacrificiers), Anindra (non-believers in Indra), Murudeva (worshippers of dummy Gods), Sishnadeva (worshippers of phallic Gods), Mridhravaaka (those whose language was obscure and unintelligible),Maleecha (a non-Aryan) anas (flat nosed people) Akratuh, Avratuh, Ayyajnya, Vratya, Pani, and dasa. Here anas is a tribal andsisnadeva is the phallus god- Lord Shiva. Tribals with black skin were humiliated by the Vedic community as dasavarna where as other tribes were criticized on the basis of their flat nose. They were initially not permitted to mix up with the Hindu community but very soon it was realized that the existence of Vedic cult would not be possible without incorporating the existence of Shiva in the Vedas. And all of a sudden in the later part of Rig-Veda we see how Rudra has appeared with his all power and grace combining malevolent and benevolent characters.

The three Vedas – Rig, Sam and Yajur – were recognized as canonical and calledTrayi Vidya (the threefold knowledge). TheAtharva Veda (atharvam = charm), written later, was included in the canon only after a long struggle. Influenced by the religious and ritual practices of the tribes, which they used to practice in order to appease the gods (and many of them are still doing), it included spells and incantations for the practice of magic.

Slowly and gradually the Vedas developed six major limbs – Vedanga-s:

  1. a) Siksha (Phonetic Science which mainly deals with pronunciation)
  2. b) Vyakarana (Grammar)
  3. c) Nirukti (Context conclusive meaning; etymology)
  4. d) Chandas (Meter)
  5. e) Jyotisha (Time Science; astronomy & astrology)
  6. f) Kalpa (Rituals)

The seers and scholars who realized these aspects of knowledge from the Vedas, composed Sutras (short but potent phrases which convey a lot of meanings) on eachVedanga. Kalpa-sutra-s are of four categories, viz., Srouta (collective sacrifices), Grhya(family rituals), Dharma (occupational duties) and Sulba (building of sacrificial fireplaces, altars etc.).

According to the different levels of conditioned consciousness there are instructions in the Vedas for worship of different controllers, with the aim of reaching different destinations and enjoying different standards of sense enjoyment. Agamas(emanated scriptures) are books which are classified into five for this purpose:


Basic nature of the


Deity who controls
Branch of Agama






Shakta Agamas
Visible source (


Surya Sourya Agamas
Controller Ganapati Ganapatya Agamas
Destroyer Shiva Saiva Agamas
Ultimate source Vishnu Vaikhanasa Agamas

Slowly and gradually the Vedic seers and scholars made the place for the tribal people and their rituals and tantrikpractices in the Vedic fold. They said, for those who are below standard for Vedic purificatory process, Lord Shiva gave theTantra Shastra-s. These have two general classifications, right and left. While the right aspect contains regulations for purification for those who are grossly engaged in meat eating, intoxication and illicit sex, the left aspect contains low class activities like black magic etc.

We find some legends of Lord Shiva Among the tribals of Chotanagpur, now in Jharkhand. I will begin with the case study of the Santhal – the largest Tribal community of Jharkhand. The supreme God of Santhal is called Marang Buru, Thakur Buru, or Mahadeo. His character is basically very similar to that of Shiva. Interestingly, the great and historicalJyotirlinga of Baidyanath, popularly known as Ravaneshwar Mahadeo, is located in the heartland of Santhal at Deoghar. Many Santhals claim that it is the entry point to the Santhal Territory. It is a place where all gods and goddesses reside with Lord Baidyanath. The prominent characteristic of the Santhal religious practices is belief in and worship of spirits or bongas and worship in the sacred grove.’

There is a school of thought  which states that cthe Shiva worship was drwan to Sanatana Dharma from the South and later incorporated in the Vedic  and puranas.

In essence the vedas treat Shiva more as Principle than as Human Being.

But considering the numerous references to Shiva as a Human being , the spread of Sanatana Dharma by Shiva and His son Ganesha, the archaeological finds around the world,mostly among the tribes who worship Shiva as their ancestor, I am of the opinion that Shiva wa a human being and He was a realized soul.

Note that the Siddhas consider Shiva as the first Siddha.

Siddhas transcend time and Space.

The view that human beings are God is not incompatible with Hinduism..

Man is a part of the Reality, Brahman

Those who Realize the Self are elevated to God hood.

Thus Shiva was a human being who realized Self and was elevated to Godhood embodying the principles of the Universe and The Tantra Sasta, the means of realuzing Self.

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