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v6 bathukamma songs 2016

V6 News Presents Exclusive Bathukamma Festival Full Song 2016 which is Telangana Floral Festival celebrated for Nine Days During Durga Navratri. This Special Song explains the Pride of Telangana State, projecting Indian Culture.Watch it and enjoy.you can also download it.
Bathukamma Song - 2016v6 bathukamma songs 2015


V6 Presents Exclusive Bathukamma Festival full Song 2015 which is Telangana Floral Festival celebrated for Nine Days During Durga Navratri.This Special Song explains the Pride of Telangana State,projecting Indian Culture .
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Other Bathukamma songs lyrics
Eemeemi Poovappunee Gowramma

Eemeemi Kaayappunee
Tangeeda Poovappunee Gowramma
Tangeedu Kaayappune
Tangeedu Poovuloo Tangeedu Kaayaloo
Aata Chilukalu Rendu, Paata Chilukalu Rendu
Kaliki Chilakalu Rendu, Kanduvva Meedaloo

II Eemeemi II

Eemeemi Poovappunee Gowramma
Eemeemi Kaayappunee
Teeluganti Poovappunee Gowramma
Teeluganti Kaayappune
Teeluganti Poovuloo Teeluganti Kaayaloo
Aata Chilukalu Rendu, Paata Chilukalu Rendu
Kaliki Chilakalu Rendu, Kanduvva Meedaloo

II Eemeemi II

Eemeemi Poovappunee Gowramma
Eemeemi Kaayappunee
Ummettha Poovappunee Gowramma
Ummettha Kaayappune
Ummetta Poovuloo Ummettha Kaayaloo
Aata Chilukalu Rendu, Paata Chilukalu Rendu
Kaliki Chilakalu Rendu, Kanduvva Meedaloo

II Eemeemi II

Eemeemi Poovappunee Gowramma
Eemeemi Kaayappunee
Jilleedu Poovappunee Gowramma
Jelleedu Kaayappune
Jilleedu Poovuloo Jilleedu Kaayaloo
Aata Chilukalu Rendu, Paata Chilukalu Rendu
Kaliki Chilakalu Rendu, Kanduvva Meedaloo

II Eemeemi II

Mandaara Poovappunee Gowramma
Eemeemi Kaayappunee
Mandaara Poovappunee Gowramma
Mandaara Kaayappune
Mandaara Poovuloo Mandaara Kaayaloo
Aata Chilukalu Rendu, Paata Chilukalu Rendu
Kaliki Chilakalu Rendu, Kanduvva Meedaloo

II Eemeemi II

Eemeemi Poovappunee Gowramma
Eemeemi Kaayappunee
Gummaadi Poovappunee Gowramma
Gummaadi Kaayappune
Gummaadi Poovuloo Gummaadi Kaayaloo
Aata Chilukalu Rendu, Paata Chilukalu Rendu
Kaliki Chilakalu Rendu, Kanduvva Meedaloo

II Eemeemi II

Eemeemi Poovappunee Gowramma
Eemeemi Kaayappunee
Ganneeru Poovappunee Gowramma
Ganneeru Kaayappune
Ganneeru Poovuloo Ganneeru Kaayaloo
Aata Chilukalu Rendu, Paata Chilukalu Rendu
Kaliki Chilakalu Rendu, Kanduvva Meedaloo

II Eemeemi II

Kalavaari Koodaalu II Kool II Kaliki Sundaari

Kaduguchunnadi Pappu II Kool II Kadavalo Poosi
Vachiri Vaarannalu II Kool II Vanamulu Daati
Kaallaku Neellichi II Kool II Kanneru Pette
Yenduku Kanneeru II Kool II Yeelaa Kanneeru
Pooyi Mee Atta Maamalaku II Kool II Cheppi Raavamma

Kurchiloo koorchunna II Kool II Oh! Maamagaaru
Maa Annalochaaru II Kool II Mammampaa Randi
Mee Annalosteenu II Kool II Yeemi Techinaaru
Naaku Nalla Cheera II Kool II Nemaladugula Ravika
Paapidagi Pattangi II Kool II Paalu Traagu Ginne
Atlaite neeneruga II Kool II Mee Attaanadugu

Pattemamcham meeda koorchunna II Kool II Oh! Attaagaaru
Maa Annalochaaru II Kool II Mammampaa Randi
Mee Annalosteenu II Kool II Yeemi Techinaaru
Naaku Nalla Cheera II Kool II Nemaladugula Ravika
Paapidagi Pattangi II Kool II Paalu Traagu Ginne
Atlaite neeneruga II Kool II Mee Bavanadugu

Bharatalu chadiveti II Kool II Oh! Bavagaaru
Maa Annalochaaru II Kool II Mammampaa Randi
Mee Annalosteenu II Kool II Yeemi Techinaaru
Naaku Nalla Cheera II Kool II Nemaladugula Ravika
Paapidagi Pattangi II Kool II Paalu Traagu Ginne
Atlaite neeneruga II Kool II Mee Akkanadu
Vantintlo Vundeeti II Kool II Oh! Akkaagaaru
Maa Annalochaaru II Kool II Mammampaa Randi
Mee Annalosteenu II Kool II Yeemi Techinaaru
Naaku Nalla Cheera II Kool II Nemaladugula Ravika
Paapidagi Pattangi II Kool II Paalu Traagu Ginne
Atlaite neeneruga II Kool II Mee Maridinadugu

Bhajagundlaadeeti II Kool II Oh! Maridigaaru
Maa Annalochaaru II Kool II Mammampaa Randi
Mee Annalosteenu II Kool II Yeemi Techinaaru
Naaku Nalla Cheera II Kool II Nemaladugula Ravika
Paapidagi Pattangi II Kool II Paalu Traagu Ginne
Atlaite neeneruga II Kool II Nee Vibhudinadugu

Rachabandi meeda koorchunna II Kool II Oh! Rajendra Bhogi
Maa Annalochaaru II Kool II Mammampaa Randi
Mee Annalosteenu II Kool II Yeemi Techinaaru
Naaku Nalla Cheera II Kool II Nemaladugula Ravika
Paapidagi Pattangi II Kool II Paalu Traagu Ginne

Yeppudu Veltaavu II Kool II Yeppudu Vastaavu
Chellella Pellillu Cheesi Vastaanu
Maradulla Pelli ki Malli Vastaanu
Pooyeenu Gowramma Tangeetlu Daati II

Bathukamma bathukamma uyyalo Bangaru bathukamma uyyalo

Bathukamma bathukamma uyyalo
Bangaru bathukamma uyyalo
Poovanti inthulamu uyyalo
Memu enthentho edhagali uyyalo
Banthi poolanistha uyyalo
Bangaru manasivvu uyyalo
Gunugu poolanistha uyyalo
Manchi gunamula neeyave uyyalo
Katlapoola nistha uyyalo
Karunagala manasivvu uyyalo
Chamanthi poolistha uyyalo
Chaduvu sandhyalivvu uyyalo
Thangedu poolistha uyyalo
Maa thalapula neraverpu uyyalo
Teku poolanistha uyyalo
Manchi thelivithetala nivvu uyyalo
Manchi gandhamistha uyyalo
Manchi maata theerunivvu uyyalo
Gummadi poolistha uyyalo
Guruthunchuko nannu uyyalo
Kaluva poolanitthu uyyalo
Maa kalalanni neraverpu uyyalo
Badiyante gudilanti duyyalo
Guruvule devullu uyyalo
Chaduvukunte memu uyyalo
Chakkaga bathikemu uyyalo
Muddhapoola madhya uyyalo
Muddhuga gowramma uyyalo
Pasupu kunkumalitthu uyyalo
Bhakthi-tho poojinthu uyyalo
Sattupindi petti uyyalo
Santrupthi paricheda uyyalo
Parikithanamu leka uyyalo
Dhairyanga masalenu uyyalo
Varamula neeyave uyyalo
Maayamma bathukamma uyyalo
Bangaru bathukamma uyyalo
Bangaru bathukamma uyyalo

Chikkudu vakitlo uyyalo ….. Siri saddulu katti uyyalo …..
Chikkudu vakitlo uyyalo ….. Siri saddulu katti uyyalo …..
Podamu chittoori uyyalo ….. chuttalo chooda uyyalo …..
Adevarunnare uyyalo ….. ambojja banthi uyyalo …..
Ammaku thamullu uyyalo ….. manake mamalu uyyalo …..
bava bamardulu kalisi uyyalo ….. baavi thodiche uyyalo …..
Bavilo unnadi uyyalo ….. bangaru binde uyyalo …..
Bindela unnadi uyyalo ….. patte mancham uyyalo …..
Patte mancham meeda uyyalo ….. thonduri parupu uyyalo …..
Thondori parupu meeda uyyalo ….. indruni metha uyyalo …..
Indruni metha meeda uyyalo ….. shivudochi orige uyyalo …..
Shivudi kalla kaada uyyalo ….. gauramma gangamma uyyalo …..
gauramma gangamma uyyalo ….. gavvaladanga uyyalo …..
Akkada merise uyyalo ….. gundam la merise uyyalo …..
Gundam la neellanni uyyalo ….. kumkumalaaye uyyalo …..
Kumkuma jodinchi uyyalo ….. kuppale voyinchi uyyalo …..
Ralina kumkuma uyyalo ….. rachale voyinchi uyyalo …..
Migilina kumkuma uyyalo ….. middele kattinche uyyalo …..
Muddala eerannaku uyyalo ….. yememi sommulu uyyalo …..
Kakarakaya koyanga uyyalo ….. kalla kadiyalu uyyalo …..
Munagakaya koyanga uyyalo ….. Mukkuku mukkera uyyalo …..
Pesarakaya koyanga uyyalo ….. peyininda sommulu uyyalo …..

Okkokka Akshintalu Gowramma

Okkokka Akshintalu Gowramma
Okka Malle Saarelu
Ninu Talachi Maa Annalu Gowramma
Yeedu Meedaalekkiri
Yeedu Meedala Sanduna Gowramma
Dongaleemoo Daagiri
Dongalatho Yeemandunee Gowramma
Doralatho Yeemandunee
Bantlakka Vayyaaramee Gowramma
Baala Peerantaallamee
IIOkkokkaII
Rendeesi Akshintalu Gowramma
Rendu Malle Saarelu
Ninu Talachi Maa Annalu Gowramma
Yeedu Meedaalekkiri
Yeedu Meedala Sanduna Gowramma
Dongaleemoo Daagiri
Dongalatho Yeemandunee Gowramma
Doralatho Yeemandunee
Bantlakka Vayyaaramee Gowramma
Baala Peerantaallamee
IIOkkokkaII
Moodeesi Akshintalu Gowramma
Moodu Malle Saarelu
Ninu Talachi Maa Annalu Gowramma
Yeedu Meedaalekkiri
Yeedu Meedala Sanduna Gowramma
Dongaleemoo Daagiri
Dongalatho Yeemandunee Gowramma
Doralatho Yeemandunee
Bantlakka Vayyaaramee Gowramma
Baala Peerantaallamee
IIOkkokkaII
Naalugeesi Akshintalu Gowramma
Naalugu Malle Saarelu
Ninu Talachi Maa Annalu Gowramma
Yeedu Meedaalekkiri
Yeedu Meedala Sanduna Gowramma
Dongaleemoo Daagiri
Dongalatho Yeemandunee Gowramma
Doralatho Yeemandunee
Bantlakka Vayyaaramee Gowramma
Baala Peerantaallamee
IIOkkokkaII
Iydeesi Akshintalu Gowramma
Iydu Malle Saarelu
Ninu Talachi Maa Annalu Gowramma
Yeedu Meedaalekkiri
Yeedu Meedala Sanduna Gowramma
Dongaleemoo Daagiri
Dongalatho Yeemandunee Gowramma
Doralatho Yeemandunee
Bantlakka Vayyaaramee Gowramma
Baala Peerantaallamee
IIOkkokkaII
Aareesi Akshintalu Gowramma
Aaru Malle Saarelu
Ninu Talachi Maa Annalu Gowramma
Yeedu Meedaalekkiri
Yeedu Meedala Sanduna Gowramma
Dongaleemoo Daagiri
Dongalatho Yeemandunee Gowramma
Doralatho Yeemandunee
Bantlakka Vayyaaramee Gowramma
Baala Peerantaallamee
IIOkkokkaII
Yeedesi Akshintalu Gowramma
Yeedu Malle Saarelu
Ninu Talachi Maa Annalu Gowramma
Yeedu Meedaalekkiri
Yeedu Meedala Sanduna Gowramma
Dongaleemoo Daagiri
Dongalatho Yeemandunee Gowramma
Doralatho Yeemandunee
Bantlakka Vayyaaramee Gowramma
Baala Peerantaallamee
IIOkkokkaII
Yenimideesi Akshintalu Gowramma
Yenimidi Malle Saarelu
Ninu Talachi Maa Annalu Gowramma
Yeedu Meedaalekkiri
Yeedu Meedala Sanduna Gowramma
Dongaleemoo Daagiri
Dongalatho Yeemandunee Gowramma
Doralatho Yeemandunee
Bantlakka Vayyaaramee Gowramma
Baala Peerantaallamee
IIOkkokkaII
Tommideesi Akshintalu Gowramma
Tommidi Malle Saarelu
Ninu Talachi Maa Annalu Gowramma
Yeedu Meedaalekkiri
Yeedu Meedala Sanduna Gowramma
Dongaleemoo Daagiri
Dongalatho Yeemandunee Gowramma
Doralatho Yeemandunee
Bantlakka Vayyaaramee Gowramma
Baala Peerantaallamee
IIOkkokkaII

Bathukamma bathukamma uyyalo …. Nee bidda perenti uyyalo ….

Bathukamma bathukamma uyyalo …. Nee bidda perenti uyyalo ….
Iddarakkachellelu uyyalo …. Okkurikichi uyyalo ….
Okkade mayanna uyyalo …. vochanna podu uyyalo ….
Yetladdu chellela uyyalo …. yeraddamaye uyyalo ….
Yeru ku yempalli uyyalo …. thotaddamaye uyyalo ….
Thotaku thombai uyyalo …. thalupuladdamaye uyyalo ….
Thalupulaku thalalu uyyalo …. vendi seelalu uyyalo ….
Vendi selalanaduma uyyalo …. velabadra chettu uyyalo ….
Velubadra chettuku uyyalo …. yede moggalu uyyalo ….
Yedu moggala patthi uyyalo …. thakkada patthi uyyalo ….
Musaldi vanikindi uyyalo …. muthyala patthi uyyalo ….
Vasudi vanikindi uyyalo …. vayanala patthi uyyalo ….
Aa patthi ee patthi uyyalo …. kalarashi posi uyyalo ….

Nagula Panchimi uyyalo …… Nenokkapoddu uyyalo ……

Nagula Panchimi uyyalo …… Nenokkapoddu uyyalo ……
Maa intlo ammulu uyyalo …… dhashimokkapoddu uyyalo ……
Pasupu betti neelu posi uyyalo …… pattu volle katti uyyalo ……
Pattu moggala ravike uyyalo …… peyi ninda thodigi uyyalo ……
Voppaina pelalu uyyalo …… Ollu posuka uyyalo ……
Chilakala jeli chembu uyyalo …… chetha pattuka uyyalo ……
Poyene ammulu uyyalo …… putta poojincha uyyalo ……
Putta nomithinamma uyyalo …… Puttinti koraku uyyalo ……
Arugu nomithinamma uyyalo …… annalakoraku uyyalo ……
Usirika chettu kinda uyyalo …… Pasirika paamu uyyalo ……
Aa paamu nannu choochi uyyalo …… pada yethindi uyyalo ……
Padaga yethaku naga uyyalo …… pagaralune kaanu uyyalo ……
Aa paamu nannu choochi uyyalo …… gundlu thippindi uyyalo ……
Gundlu thippaku naga uyyalo …… godraluni kaanu uyyalo ……
Aa paamu nanu choochi uyyalo …… nadumu thippindi uyyalo ……
Nadumu thippaku naga uyyalo …… nadipi chellelini uyyalo ……
Aa paamu nannu choochi uyyalo …… thoka thippindi uyyalo ……
Thoka thippaku naaga uyyalo …… thoti chellelini uyyalo ……
Katta meedi maisamma uyyalo …. haram adigindi uyyalo ….

Katta meedi maisamma uyyalo …. haram adigindi uyyalo ….
Haramadugu gopi uyyalo …. yamani korindi uyyalo ….
Peddakoduku raaju uyyalo …. isthava o raja uyyalo ….
Pedda koduku iste uyyalo …. peruku yavaramma uyyalo ….
Nadipi koduku raaju uyyalo …. istava o raja uyyalo ….
Nadipi koduku iste uyyalo …. Na kevvaramma uyyalo ….
Chinna koduku raaju uyyalo …. Istava o raja uyyalo ….
Chinna koduku iste uyyalo …. Chinta kevvaramma uyyalo ….
Pedda kodalinanna uyyalo …. istava o raaja uyyalo ….
Pedda kodalinisthe uyyalo …. peruku yevaramma uyyalo ….
Nadipi kodalinanna uyyalo …. istava o raja uyyalo ….
Nadipi kodalinisthe uyyalo …. nakevvaramma uyyalo ….
Chinnakodalinanna uyyalo …. Istava o raja uyyalo ….
Chinna kodaliniste uyyalo …. Chintha kevaramma uyyalo ….
Kattuko gopemma uyyalo …. pattanchu cheera uyyalo ….
Thodukko gopemma uyyalo …. donthulla topi ravike uyyalo ….
Pettuko gopemma uyyalo …. pettelo sommulu uyyalo ….
Katla katla kadava thisuko uyyalo …. metla bavike uyyalo ….
Kadapa daate gopemma uyyalo …. kaluva povvole uyyalo ….
Gamini dhaate gopemma uyyalo …. ganneru puvvalle uyyalo ….
Katla katla kadava thisoko uyyalo …. metla bavika uyyalo ….
Arikali battonche uyyalo …. binde munagadi mama uyyalo ….
Inka jara povamma uyyalo …. mari manchi neelu uyyalo ….
Mokalla bottonche uyyalo …. binde munagadi mama uyyalo ….
Inka jara povamma uyyalo …. mari manchi neelu uyyalo ….
Nadumulu battonche uyyalo …. binde munagadi mama uyyalo ….
Inka jara povamma uyyalo …. mari manchi neelu uyyalo ….
Bhujala battonche uyyalo …. binde munagadi mama uyyalo ….
Inka jara povamma uyyalo …. mari manchi neelu uyyalo ….
Thalakaya battonche uyyalo …. binde munagadi mama uyyalo ….
Inka jara povamma uyyalo …. mari manchi neelu uyyalo ….
Nene munugutha gaani uyyalo …. binde na munagadi uyyalo ….
Akasana poyeti uyyalo …. O pakshulara uyyalo ….
Maa atta mamalaku uyyalo …. santhosamani cheppu uyyalo ….
Maa thalli thandrula uyyalo …. dhukkamani cheppu uyyalo ….
Maa bava marudulaku uyyalo …. santhosamani cheppu uyyalo ….
Maa anna thammulaku uyyalo …. dhukkamani cheppu uyyalo ….
Maa vadina maradallaku uyyalo …. santhosamani cheppu uyyalo ….
Maa akka chellelaku uyyalo …. dhukkamani cheppu uyyalo ….
Akasana poyeti uyyalo …. O pakshulara uyyalo ….
Thottello baluniki uyyalo …. thalli ledani cheppu uyyalo ….
Naa chinni purushuniki uyyalo …. sathi ledani cheppu uyyalo ….

Puttinarooju Pulagam Neeku Gowramma

Puttinarooju Pulagam Neeku Gowramma
Oka Chuttu Kota Tirigi

Rendo rooju Rottelu Neeku Gowramma
Rendu Chutla Kota Tirigi

Moodo Rooju Muddalu Neeku Gowramma
Moodu Chutla Kota Tirigi

Naalugoo Rooju Naana Paalu Neeku Gowramma
Naalugu Chutla Kota Tirigi

Ido Rooju Atukula Bellam Neeku Gowramma
Idu Chutla Kota Tirigi

Aaro Rooju Atlu Neeku Gowramma
Aaru Chutla Kota Tirigi

Yeedo Rooju Veepakaayalu Neeku Gowramma
Yeedu Chutla Kota Tirigi

Yenimido Rooju Gaarelu Boorelu Neeku Gowramma
Yenimidi Chutla Kota Tirigi

Tommidoo Rooju Chaddulu Neeku Gowramma
Tommidi Chutla Kota Tirigi
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diwali celebrations

diwali celebrations in india

Diwali or Deepavali, the "festival of lights" is an ancient Hindu festivalcelebrated in autumn  every year.Diwali is the biggest and the brightest festival in India. The festival spiritually signifies the victory of light over darkness.The festival preparations and rituals typically extend over a five-day period, but the main festival night of Diwali coincides with the darkest, new moon night of the Hindu Lunisolar month Kartika. In the Gregorian calendar,Diwali falls between mid-October and mid-November.

Before Diwali night, people clean, renovate and decorate their homes and offices.On Diwali night, Hindus dress up in new clothes or their best outfit, light up diyas (lamps and candles) inside and outside their home, participate in family puja (prayers) typically to Lakshmi the goddess of wealth and prosperity. After puja, fireworks follow,then a family feast including mithai(sweets), and an exchange of gifts between family members and close friends. Diwali also marks a major shopping period in nations where it is celebrated.
Diwali is an important festival for Hindus. The name of festive days as well as the rituals of Diwali vary significantly among Hindus, based on the region of India. In many parts of India,the festivities start with Dhanteras, followed byNaraka Chaturdasi on second day, Diwali on the third day, Diwali Padvadedicated to wife-husband relationship on the fourth day, and festivities end with Bhau-beej dedicated to sister-brother bond on the fifth day. Dhanterasusually falls eighteen days after Dussehra.
diwali rangoli




beautiful peacock and Dias art with rangoli colors.
Where can I celebrate Diwali in the UK 
Many activities and events are held in United Kingdom to celebrate Diwali, which is known as the “Festival of Lights”. Diwali is a time for spring cleaning in homes and offices. Many homes that celebrate Diwali have assorted sweets, savories and Diwali herbs. Various lights, candles and sparklers are lit inside and outside homes.

Many people wear their finest clothes to celebrate Diwali. Many women wearing jewelry and silk outfits and some have mehendi, which is a temporary henna decoration, on their palms. Many Indian businesses see Diwali as a day to start the new financial year because of Diwali’s ties with Lakshmi, the goddess of wealth.

Many cities throughout the United Kingdom celebrate the Diwali festival with firework displays, dances, plays, street lighting, Diwali lanterns, traditional Indian food, and music. Hindu council representatives, spokespeople from Indian associations, and political leaders publicly announce their greetings to those involved in organizing and participating in Diwali celebrations.

Diwali is not a bank holiday in the United Kingdom but it is celebrated in many towns and cities such as Belfast, Birmingham, Edinburgh, Leicester, and London. There may be traffic congestion and parking places may be full in areas where events are held to celebrate Diwali. Some Indian businesses may close early on Diwali.

What is eaten during Diwali
During Diwali, the most popular food is mithai. Mithai is a combination of a snack, a dessert and a sweet, and it is eaten throughout the Diwali festival. Other favorite dishes include Dahi-Bhalle, Karanji, Samosas, Pakoray, Mathiyaa, Ghathiya and Aloo Tikki.

Vishnu sahasranamam lyrics

Vishnu sahasranamam lyrics

Shuklam Baradaram Vishnum, Sasi Varnam Chatur Bhujam,
Prasanna Vadanan Dyayet, Sarva Vignoba Sandaye

Vyasam Vasishtanaptharam, Sakthe Poutramakalmasham,
Parasarathmajam vande, Shukathatham Taponidhim.

Vyasa Vishnu Roopaya, Vyasa Roopaya Vishnave,
Namo Vai Brahma Vidaya, Vasishtaya Namo Nama.

Avikaraya Shuddhaya, Nityaya Paramatmane,
Sadaika Roopa Roopaya, Vishnave Sarva Jishnave.

Yasya Smarana Mathrena, Janma Samsara Bandhanath.
Vimuchayate Nama Tasmai, Vishnave Prabha Vishnave
OM Namo Vishnave Prabha Vishnave

Shri Vaisampayana Uvacha
Shrutva Dharmaneshena, Pavanani Cha Sarvasha,
Yudishtra Santhanavam Puneravabhya Bhashata

Yudishtra Uvacha

Kimekam Daivatham Loke, Kim Vapyegam Parayanam,
Sthuvantha Kam Kamarchanda Prapnyur Manava Shubham,

Ko Dharma sarva Dharmanam Paramo Matha
Kim Japanmuchyathe Jandur Janma Samsara Bhandanat

Sri Bheeshma Uvacha
Jagat Prabhum Devadevam Anantham Purushottamam,
Stuvan Nama Sahasrena, Purusha Sathathothida,
Tameva Charchayan Nityam, Bhaktya Purushamavyayam,
Dhyayan Sthuvan Namasyancha Yajamanasthameva Cha,

Anadi Nidhanam Vishnum Sarva Loka Maheswaram
Lokadyaksham Stuvannityam Sarva Dukkhago Bhaved,
Brahmanyam Sarva Dharmagnam Lokanam Keerthi Vardhanam,
Lokanatham Mahadbhootham Sarva Bhootha Bhavodbhavam

Aeshame Sarva Dharmanam Dharmadhika Tamo Matha,
Yad Bhaktyo Pundarikaksham Stuvyr-Archanayr-Nara Sada,
Paramam Yo Mahatteja, Paramam Yo Mahattapa
Paramam Yo Mahad Brahma Paramam Ya Parayanam

Pavithranam Pavithram Yo Mangalanam Cha Mangalam,
Dhaivatham Devathanam Cha Bhootanam Yo Vya Pitha
Yatha Sarvani Bhoothani Bhavandyathi Yugagame
Yasmincha Pralayam Yanthi Punareve Yuga Kshaye

Tasya Loka Pradhanasya Jagannatathasya Bhoopathe
Vishno Nama Sahasram Me Srunu Papa Bhayapaham
Yani Namani Gounani Vikhyatani Mahatmanah
Rishibhih Parigeetani Tani Vakshyami Bhootaye

Rishir Namnam Sahsrasya Veda Vyaso Maha Munih
Chando Aunustup Stada Devo Bhagawan Devaki Sutha
Amruthamsu Bhavo Bhhejam Shakthir Devaki Nandana
Trisama Hridayam Tasya Santhyarthe Viniyujyade

Vishnum Jishnum Mahavishnum Prabha Vishnun Maheswaram
Aneka Roopa Daityantham Namami Purushottamam

Sri Vishnu Sahasranama Stotra
Asya Shriivishhnor-Divyasahasranaama Stotra Mahaa Mantrasya
Shri Vedavyaaso Bhagavaan Rishhih
Anushhtuph Chhandah
Shri Mahaavishnuh Paramaatmaa Shriimannaaraayano Devataa
Amritaam Shuudbhavo Bhaanuriti Bieejam
Devakee Nandanah Srashteti Shaktih
Udbhavah Kshobhano Deva Iti Paramo Mantrah
Shankha-Bhrinnandakii Chakriiti Keelakam
Shaarngadhanvaa Gadaadhara Ityastram
Rathaangapaani Rakshobhya Iti Netram
Trisaamaa Saamagah Saameti Kavacham
Aanandam Parabrahmeti Yonih
Rituh Sudarshanah Kaala Iti Digbandhah
Shri Vishvaruupa Iti Dhyaanam
Shri Mahaavishhnu Priityartham Sahasranaama Jape Viniyogah

Dhyanam

Ksheerodanvath Pradese Suchimani Vilasad Saikathe Maukthikanam
Malaklupthasanastha Spatikamani Nibhai Maukthiker Mandithangah
Shubrai-Rabrai-Rathabrai Ruparivirachitai Muktha Peeyusha Varshai
Anandi Na Puniyadari Nalina Gadha Sankapanir Mukundaha

Bhoo Padau Yasya Nabhi R Viyadasu Ranila Schandra Suryaau Cha Nether
Karnavasasiro Dhaumugamabhi Dhahano Yasya Vasteyamabhdhi
Anthastham Yasya Viswam Sura Nara Khaga Go Bhogi Gandharva Dhaityai,
Chitram Ram Ramyathe Tham Thribhuvana Vapusham Vishnumeesam Namami

Om Namo Bhagavate Vasudevaya
Santhakaram Bujaga Sayanam Padmanabham Suresam,
Viswadharam Gagana sadrusam Megha Varnam Shubangam
Lakshmi Kantham Kamala Nayanam Yogi Hrid Dyana Gamyam
Vande Vishnum Bava Bhayaharam Sarva Lokaika Nadham

Megha Syamam Peetha Kouseya Vasam Srivatsangam Kausthuboth Bhasithangam
Punyopetham Pundareekayathaksham Vishnum Vande Sarva Lokaika Natham

Namah Samasta Bhutanam-Adi-Bhutaya Bhubrite
Aneka-Ruparupaya Vishnave Prabha-Vishnave

Sasanga Chakram Sakerita Kundalam Sappeethavastram Saraseruhekshanam,
Sahara Vaksha Sthala Shobhi Kousthubham Namai Vishnum Sirasa Chaturbhujam

Chayayam Parijatasys Hemasimhasanopari,
Aseenamam Budha Syama Mayathakashamalangrutham,
Chandranana Chathurbahum Sreevatsangitha Vakshasam,
Rukmani Satyabhamabhyam Sahitham Krishnamasraye.

Vishnu Sahasranamam Stotra Lyrics
Om Vishvam Vishnur-Vashatkaro Bhuta-Bhavya-Bhavat-Prabhuh
Bhutakrud Bhutabhrud Bhavo Bhutatma Bhuta-Bhavanah
Putatma Paramatma Cha Muktanam Parama Gatih
Avyayah Purusha Sakshi Kshetrajno-Kshara Eva Cha

Yogo Yogavidam Neta Pradhana-Purushesvarah
Narasimha-Vapu Shriman Kesavah Purushottamah
Sarvah Sarvah Sivah Sthanur-Bhutadir-Nidhir-Avyayah
Sambhavo Bhavano Bharta Prabhavah Prabhur-Isvarah

Svayambhuh Sambhur-Adityah Pushkaraksho Mahasvanah
Anandi-Nidhano Dhata Vidhata Dhaturuttamah
Aprameyo Hrishikesah Padma-Nabho-Mara-Prabhuh
Visvakarma Manustvashta Sthavishtah Sthaviro-Dhruvah

Agrahyah Sasvatah Krishno Lohitakshah Pratardanah
Prabhutas-Trikakubdhama Pavitram Mangalam Param
Isanah Pranadah Prano Jyeshthah Sreshthah Prajapatih
Hiranyagarbho Bhugarbho Madhavo Madhusudanah

Ishvaro Vikrami Dhanvi Medhavi Vikramah Kramah
Anuttamo Duradharsah Krutajnah Krutiratmavan
Suresah Sharanam Sharma Vishvaretah Prajabhavah
Ahah Samvasaro Vyalah Pratyayah Sarvadarshanah

Ajah Sarveshvarah Siddhah Siddhih Sarvadir Acyutah
Vrushakapir Ameyatma Sarva-Yoga-Vinihshrutah
Vasur Vasumanah Satyah Samatma Sammitah Samah
Amoghah Pundarikaksho Vrusha-Karma Vrushakrutih

Rudro Bahushira Babhrur Vishva-Yonih Shuchi Sravah
Amrutah Shashvata-Sthanur Vararoho Maha-Tapah
Sarvagah Sarva-Vid-Bhanur Vishvaksheno Janardanah
Vedo Vedavid Avyango Vedango Vedavit Kavih

Lokadhyakshah Suradhyaksho Dharmadhyakshah Krutakrutah
Chaturatma Chaturvyuhas Chaturdamstras Chatur-Bhujah
Bhrajishnur-Bhojanam Bhokta Sahishnur Jagad-Adhijah
Anagho Vijayo Jeta Vishva-Yonih Punar-Vasuh

Upendro Vamanah Pramshur Amoghah Suchir Urjitah
Atindrah Samgrahah Sargo Dhrutatma Niyamo Yamah
Vedyo Vaidyah Sada-Yogi Viraha Madhavo Madhuh
Atindriyo Mahamayo Mahotsaho Mahabalah

Mahabuddir Mahaviryo Mahasaktir Mahadyutih
Anirdesyavapuh Shriman Ameyatma Mahadridhruk
Maheshvaso Mahibharta Shrinivasah Satam Gatih
Aniruddhah Suranando Govindo Govidam Patih

Marichir-Damano Hamsah Suparno Bhujagottamah
Hiranya-Nabha Sutapah Padmanabhah Prajapatih
Amrutyuh Sarva-Druk Simhah Sandhata Sandhiman Sthirah
Ajo Durmarshanah Shasta Vishrutatma Surariha

Gurur Gurutamo Dhama Satyah Satya-Parakramah
Nimisho Animishah Sragvi Vachaspatir Udaradhih
Agranir Gramanih Shriman Nyayo Neta Samiranah
Sahsra-Murdha Vishvatma Sahasraksha Sahasrapat

Avrtano Nivrutatma Samvrutah Sampramardanah
Ahah Samvartako Vahnir Anilo Dharani-Dharah
Suprasadah Prasannatma Vishva-Dhrug Vishva-Bhug Vibhuh
Sat-Karta Sat-Krutah Sadhur Jahnur Narayano Narah

Asankhyeyo Prameyatma Visistah Shishtakruch Chucih
Siddharthah Siddha-Sankalpah Siddhidah Siddhisadhanah
Vrushahi Vrushabho Vishnur Vrushaparva Vrushodarah
Vardhano Vardhamanascha Viviktah Shruti-Sagarah

Subhujo Durdharo Vagmi Mahendro Vasodo Vasuh
Naikarupo Bruhad-Rupah Shipivishtah Prakashana
Ojas Tejo Dyuti-Dharah Prakashatma Pratapanah
Vruddhah Spahstaksharo Mantras Chandramshur Bhaskaradyutih

Amrtamshu Dbhavo Bhanuh Shashabinduh Sureshvarah
Aushadham Jagatah Setuh Satya-Dharma-Prarakramah
Bhuta-Bhavya-Bhavan-Nathah Pavanah Pavano Analah
Kamaha Kamakrut Kantah Kamah Kamapradah Prabhuh

Yugadikrud Yugavarto Naikamayo Mahashanah
Adrushyo Vyakta-Rupascha Sahasrajid Anantajit
Ishtovishistah Shishtestah Sikhandi Nahusho Vrushah
Krodhaha Krodhakrut Karta Vishva-Bahur Mahidharah

Achyutah Prathitah Pranah Pranado Vasavanujah
Apam-Nidhir Adhishthanam Apramattah Pratishtitah
Skandah Skanda-Dharo Dhuryo Varado Vayuvahanah
Vashudevo Bruhad-Bhanur Adidevah Purandarah

Ashokas-Taranas-Tarah Surah Saurir Janeshvarah
Anukulah Shatavartah Padmi Padma-Nibhekshanah
Padmanabho Aravindakshah Padmagarbhah Sarirabhrut
Mahardhir Ruddho Vruddhatma Mahaksho Garuda-Dhvajah

Atulah Sarabho Bhimah Samayagno Havirharih
Sarvalakshana Lakshanyo Lakshmivan Samitinjayah
Viksharo Rohito Margo Hetur-Damodarah Sahah
Mahidharo Mahabhago Vegavan Amitashanah

Udbhavah Kshobhano Devan Shrigarbhah Parameshvarah
Karanam Kaaranam Karta Vikarta Gahano Guhah
Vyavasayo Vyavasthanah Samsthanah Sthanado Dhruvah
Parardhih Parama-Spashtas Tushtah Pushtah Subhekshanah

Ramo Viramo Virato Margo Neyo Nayonayah
Virah Shaktimatam Shreshtho Dharmo Dharma-Vid Uttamah
Vaikunthah Purushah Pranah Pranadah Pranavah Pruthuh
Hiranya-Garbhah Shatrughno Vyapto Vayur Adhokshajah

Rituh Sudarshanah Kalah Parameshti Parigrahah
Ugrah Samvatsaro Daksho Vishramo Vishva-Dakshinah
Vistarah Sthavara-Sthanuh Pramanam Bijam Avyayam
Arthonartho Mahakosho Mahabhogo Mahadhanah

Anirvinnah Sthavishthobhur Dharma-Yupo Maha-Makhah
Nakshatra-Nemir Nakshatri Kshamah Kshamah Samihanah
Yajna Ijyo Mahejyas Cha Kratuh Satram Satamgatih
Sarvadarshi Vimuktatma Sarvagyo Gynanam-Uttamam

Suvratah Sumukhah Sukshmah Sughoshah Sukhadah Suhrut
Manoharo Jita-Krodho Virabahur Vidaranah
Svapanah svavasho Vyapi Naikatma Naika-Karma-Krut
Vatsaro Vatsalo Vatsi Ratna-Garbho Dhaneshvarah

Dharmagub Dharmakrud Dharmi Sad-Asatksharam Aksharam
Avigyata Sahashramsur Vidhata Kruta-Lakshanah
Gabhasti-Nemih Sattvasthah Simho Bhuta-Maheshvarah
Adidevo Mahadevo Devesho Devabhrud-Guruh

Uttaro Gopatir Gopta Gyanagamyah Puratanah
Sharira-Bhuta-Bhrud Bhokta Kapindro Bhuridakshinah
Somapo Amrutapah Somah Purujit Purushottamah
Vinayo Jayah Satyasandho Dasharhah Satvatampatih

Jivo Vinayita-Sakshi Mukundo Amita Vikramah
Ambhonidhir Anantatma Mahodadhishayonatakah
Ajo Maharhah Svabhavyo Jitamitrah Pramodanah
Anando Nandano Nandah Satya-Dharma Trivikramah

Maharshih Kapilacharyah Krutagyo Medini-Patih
Tripadas Tridashadhyaksho Mahashrungah Krutantakrut
Mahavaraho Goivindah Sushenah Kanakangadi
Guhyo Gabhiro Gahano Guptas Chakra-Gadadharah

Vedhah Svango Ajitah Krishno Drudhah Sankarshano Acyutah
Varuno Vaaruno Vrukshah Pushkaraksho Mahamanah
Bhagavan Bhagahanandi Vanamali Halayudhah
Adityo Jyotir-Adityah Sahishnur Gatisattamah

Sudhanva-Khandaparashur-Daruno Dravinapradah
Divah-Spruk Sarva-Drug Vyaso Vachaspatir Ayonijah
Trisama Samagah Sama Nirvanam Bheshajam Bhishak
Sanyasakrut Chamah Santo Nishtha Shantih Parayanam

Shubhangah Shantidah Srashta Kumudah Kuvalesayah
Gohito Gopatir Gopta Vrushabhaksho Vrushapriyah
Anivarti Nivrutatma Samkshepta Kshema-Kruchivah
Shrivasta-Vakshah Shrivasah Shripatih Shrimatam-Varah

Shridah Shrishah Shrinivasah Shrinidhih Shri-Vibhavanah
Shridharah Shrikarah Shreyah Shriman Loka-Trayashrayah
Svakshah Svangah Shatanando Nandir Jyotir-Ganeshvarah
Vijitatma Vidheyatma Satkirtischinna-Samsayah

Udirnah Sarvata-Chakshur-Anisah Sasvata-Sthirah
Bhushayo Bhushano Bhutir Vishokah Shoka-Nashanah
Archishman Architah Kumbho Vishuddhatma Vishodhanah
Aniruddho Pratirathah Pradyumno Amita-Vikramah

Kalaneminiha Virah Saurih Sura-Janeshvarah
Trilokatma Trilokeshah Keshavah Keshiha Harih
Kamadevah Kamapalah Kami Kantah Krutagamah
Anirdeshya-Vapur Vishnur Viro Ananto Dhananjayah

Brahmanyo Brahmakrud-Brahma Brahma Brahma-Vivardhanah
Brahmavid Brahmano Brahmi Brahmgno Brahmana-Priyah
Mahakramo Mahakarma Mahateja Mahoragah
Mahakratur Mahayajva Mahayagyo Mahahavih

Stavyah Stavapriyah Stotram Stutih Stota Ranapriyah
Purnah Purayita Punyah Punyakirtir Anamayah
Manojavas Tirthakaro Vasureta Vasupradah
Vasuprado Vasudevo Vasur Vasumana Havih

Sadgatih Sat-Krutih Satta Sad-Bhutih Sat-Parayanah
Suraseno Yadushreshthah Sannivasah Suyamunah
Bhutavaso Vasudevah Sarvasu-Nilayo Analah
Darpaha Darpado Drupto Durdharo-Atha-Parajitah

Vishvamurtir Mahamurtir Diptamurtir Amurtiman
Anekamurtir Avyaktah Shatamurtih Shatananah
Eko Naikah Savah Kah Kim Yat Tat Padam-Anuttamam
Lokabandhur Lokanatho Madhavo Bhakta-Vastalah

Suvarna Varno Hemango Varangas Chandanangadi
Viraha Vishamah Sunyo Ghrutasir Achalaschalah
Amani Manado Manyo Lokasvami Triloka-Dhruk
Sumedha Medhajo Dhanyah Satyamedha Dharadharah

Tejovrusho Dyuti-Dharah Sarva-Shastra-Bhrutam-Varah
Pragrahonigraho Vyagro Naikashrungo Gadagrajah
Chaturmurtis Chaturbahus Chaturvyuhas Chaturgatih
Chaturatma Chaturbhavas Chaturvedavid Ekapat

Samavarto Anivrutatma Durjayo Duratikramah
Durlabho Durgamo Durgo Duravaso Durariha
Shubhango Lokasarangah Sutantus Tantu-Vardhanah
Indrakarma Mahakarma Krutakarma Krutagamah

Udbhavah Sundarah Sundo Ratnanabhah Sulochanah
Arko Vajasanah Shrungi Jayantah Sarva-Vij-Jayi
Suvarna-Bindur-Akshobhyah Sarva-Vagishvareshvarah
Mahahrado Maha-Garto Maha-Bhuto Maha-Nidhih

Kumudah Kundarah Kundah Parjanyah Pavano Anilah
Amrutasho Amrutavapuh Sarvagyah Sarvato-Mukha
Sulabhah Suvratah Siddhah Shatru-Jit Shatru-Tapanah
Nyagrodho Adumbaro-Svatthas Chanurandhra-Nishudhanah

Sahasrarchi Sapta-Jihvah Saptaidhah Sapta-Vahanah
Amurtir Anagho Achintyo Bhayakrud Bhaya-Nashanah
Anur Bruhat Krusah Sthulo Gunabrun Nirguno Mahan
Adhrutah Svadhrutah Svasyah Pragvamsho Vamshavardhanah

Bhara-Bhrut Kathito Yogi Yogishah Sarva-Kamadah
Ashramah Shramanah Kshamah Suparno Vayu-Vahanah
Dhanurdharo Dhanurvedo Dando Damayita Damah
Aparajitah Sarvasaho Niyanta Niyamo Yamah

Satvavan Satvikah Satyah Satya-Dharma-Parayanah
Abhiprayah Priyarho-Rhah Priyakrut Pritivardhanah
Vihayasagatir Jyotih Suruchir Huta-Bhug Vibhuh
Ravir Virochanah Suryah Savita Ravilochanah

Ananto Huta-Bhug Bhokta Sukhado Naikajo-Grajah
Anirvinnah Sadamarshi Lokadhishthana-Madbhutah
Sanat Sanatana-Tamah Kapilah Kapir Avyayah
Svastidah Svastikrut Svasti Svastibhuk Svasti-Dakshinah

Araudrah Kundali Chakri Vikramyurjita-Shasanah
Shabdatigah Shabdasahah Sisirah Sarvari-Karah
Akrurah Peshalo Daksho Dakshinah Kshiminam Varah
Vidvattamo Vitabhayah Punya-Shravana-Kirtanah

Uttarano Dushkrutiha Punyo Duh-Svapna-Nasanah
Viraha Rakshanah Santo Jivanah Paryavasthitah
Ananta-Rupo Ananta-Shri Jitamanyur Bhayapahah
Chaturashro Gabhiratma Vidisho Vyadisho Dishah

Anadi Bhurbhuvo Lakshmih Suviro Ruchirangadah
Janano Janajanmadir Bhimo Bhima-Parakramah
Adharanilayo Dhata Pushpahasah Prajagarah
Urdhvagah Sat-Pathacharah Pranadah Pranavah Panah

Pramanam Prananilayah Pranabhrut Pranajivanah
Tatvam Tatvavidekatma Janma-Mrutyu-Jaratigah
Bhurbhuvah Svastarus-Tarah Savita Prapitamahah
Yagyo Yagya-Patir-Yajva Yagyango Yagya-Vahanah

Yagyabhrud Yagyakrud Yagyi Yagyabhrug Yagyasadhanah
Yagyanantakrud Yagyaguhyam Annam Annada Eva Cha
Atmayonih Svayamjato Vaikhanah Samagayanah
Devaki-Nandanah Srashtha Kshitishah Papanashanah

Shankhabrun -Nandaki Chakri Sharangadhnva Gadadharah
Rathanga Panirakshobhyah Sarva-Praharanayudhah

Sree Sarva-Praha-Rana-Yudha Om Naman Ithi

Vanamali Gadi Sharangi Shankhi Chakri Cha Nandaki
Shriman Narayano Vishnur-Vasudevo-Abhirakshatu (repeat these 2 times)

Iteedam Keerta-Neeyasya Kesha-Vasya Maha-Tmanah |

Namnam sahasram divya-nam ashe-shena prakeer-titam

Ya Edam Shrunuyat Nityam Yaschhapi Parikeertayet
Nashubham-Prapnuyat-Kinchit So Mutreha-Cha-Manavah

Vedan-Tago Bramhana-Syat Kshatriyo Vijayee Bavet
Vaisyo Dhana-Samru-Ddhasyat Shhoodra Sukha Mavap-Nuyat

Dharmarthee Prapnu-Yatdharmam Artharthee Chartha Mapnuyat
Kamana-Vapnuyat-Kamee Prajarthee Chapnu-Yat-Prajam

Bhakt-Imanya Sadotthaya Shuchi-Stadgata Manasah
Sahasram Vasu-Devasya Namna Metat Prakee-Rtayet

Yashah Prapnoti Vipulam Ynati Praadhanya Meva-Cha
Achalam shriya mapnothi shreyah prapnotya-nuttamam

Na Bhayam Kvachi Dapnoti Veeryam Tejachha Vindati
Bhava Tyarogo Dhyu-Timan Bala-Roopa Gunan-Vitah

Rogarto Muchyate Rogat Baddho Muchyeta Bandhanat
Bhaya Nmuchyeta Bheetastu Muchye Tapanna Apadha

Durganya-Titara Tyashu Purushah Purusho-Ttamam
Stuva Nnama-Saha-Srena Nityam Bhakti Saman-Vitah

Vasu-Deva-Shrayo Marthyo Vasu-Deva Para-Yanah
Sarva-Papa Vishu-Ddhatma Yati Bramha Sana-Tanam

Na Vasu-Deva Bhakta-Nam Ashubham Vidyate Kvachit
Janma Mrithyu Jara Vyadhi Bhayam Naivapa Jayate

Emam Stava Madhee-Yanah Shraddha-Bhakti Sama-Nvitah
Yujye Tatam Sukha-Kshantih Shree-Dhrati Smruti Keertibhih

Na Krodho Na Matsaryam Na Lobho Na Shubha-Matih
Bhavanti Kruta Punyanam Bhakta-Nam Puru-Shottame

Dhyou Sachan-Drarka Nakshatra Kham Disho Bhoorma-Hodadhih
Vasu-Devasya Veeryena Vidhrutani Mahat-Manah

Sa-Sura-Sura Gandharvam Sa-Yaksho-Raga Raksha-Sam
Jaga-Dvashe Varta-Tedam Krishnasya Sachara-Charam

Indri-Yani Mano-Buddhih Satvam Tejo-Balam Dhrutih|
Vasu-Devatma Kanyahuh Kshetram-Kshetragyna Eva Cha

Sarva-Gamana Macharah Prathamam Pari-Kalpate
Aachara Prabhavo Dharmo Dharmasya Pradhu-Rachyutah

Rushayah Pitaro Devah Maha-Bhootani Dhatavah |
Jangama-Jangamam Chedam Jagannaraya-Nodbhavam

Yogo Gynanam Tatha Sankhyam Vidya Shilpadi Karma-Cha
Vedah Shasthrani Vigynana Etat-Sarvam Janar-Danat

Eko-Vishnu Rmaha-Dbhootam Prutha-Gbhoota Nyanekasah
Trilon-Lokan-Vyapya-Bhootatma Bhujkte Vishva-Bhugavyayah

Emam Stavam Bhagavato Vishnor-Vyasena Keertitam
Pathedya Echhet Purushah Shreyah Praptum Sukhani-Cha

Vishve-Shvara Majam Devam Jagatah Prabhu Mavyam
Bhajanti Ye Pushka-Raksham Nate Yanti Para-Bhavam

Na Te Yanti Para-Bhavam Om Nama Iti

Arjuna Uvacha
Padma-Patra Visha-Laksha Padma-Nabha Suro-Ttama
Bhaktana Manu-Raktanam Trata Bhava Janar-Dana

Shree Bhagavan Uvacha
Yo-Mam Nama Saha-Srena Stotu Michhati Pandava
Sho Ha Mekena Shlokena Stuta Eva Na Samshayah

Stita Eva Na Samshaya Om Nama Iti

Vyasa Uvacha
Vasa-Naad Vasu Devsaya Vasitham Te Jaga-Thrayam
Sarva-Butha Nivaso Si Vaasu-Deva Namo Stute

Vasu-Deva Namostute Om Nama Iti

Parvati Uyvachv
Keno-Paayena Laghunaa Vishnur-Nama Saha-Skrakam
Patyate Pamditeh Nityam Shortu Michha Myaham Prabho

Eshwara Uvacha
Shree-Rama Ram Rameti Rame Raame Mano-Rame
Saha-Sranaama Tattulyam Raama-Naama Varaa-Nane

(Read the above 2 lines 2 more times)

Raama-Naama Varaa-Nana Om Nama Iti

Bramho Uvacha
Namo Stvana-Ntaya Saha-Sramurtaye
Saha-Srapaa-Dakshi Shiroru-Bahave
Saha-Sranaamne Puru-Shaya Shashvate
Saha-Srakoti-Yuga-Dharine Namah
Saha-Srakoti Yuga-Dharina Om Nama Iti

Sanjaya Uvacha
Yatra Yoge-Shvarah Krushno Yatra Paardho Dhanur-Dharah
Tatra-Shreeh Vijayo Bhutih Dhruva Neetih Mati Rmama

Shree Bhagawan Uvacha
Ananya-Schanta-Yanto Mam Ye Janaah Paryu-Panate
Tesham Nitya-Bhiyuktanaam Yoga-Kshemam Vaha-Myaham

Parithrayana Sadhunam Vinasaya Cha Dushkritham,
Dharma Samsthapanarthaya Sambhavami Yuge Yuge

Aartha-Vishanna-Shithila-Schabhitah Ghoreshucha-Vyadhi-Varthamanah
Samkeertya-Narayana-Shabda-Matram Vimukta-Duhghah-Sukhino-Bhavanti

Kayena-Vaacha Mana-Sendhriyerva
Buddhyatma-Naavaa Prakrute-Swabhawat
Karomi Yadyat Sakalam Parasmai
Naaraa-Yanayeti Samarpayami

Sarvam Shree-Krishnar-Panamastu



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krishnashtami sri krishna janmashtami

Krishna Janmashtami is the celebration of the birth of Lord Shri Krishna, the incarnation of Lord Vishnu, who is believed to have been born about five thousand years ago in Mathura in 'Dwapar Yuga'. Krishna Janmashtami is also known as Ashtami Rohini, Srikrishna Jayanti, Krishnashtami, Saatam Aatham, Gokulashtami and sometimes simply as Janmashtami. It is essentially a Hindu festival. The festival is generally observed on Ashtami tithi, the eighth day of the dark half or Krishna Paksha of the month of Bhadrapada in the Hindu calendar, when the Rohini Nakshatra is ascendant. This is usually in the months of August and September in the Gregorian calendar. The festival is celebrated with great enthusiasm and vigor by Hindus all over India and abroad. People observe fast the whole day, sing hymns and conduct prayers at midnight to rejoice the birth of Lord. Ras lila, dramatic enactments of the life of Krishna, are a special feature that is showcased in every part of the country, as it re-creates the flirtatious aspects of Krishna's youthful days. Another interesting aspect of Krishna Janmashtami is the practice of Dahi-Handi. This game portrays the playful and mischievous side of Krishna, where teams of young men form human pyramids to reach a high-hanging pot of butter and break it.
Janmashtami History:
According to the Puranas Krishna took birth on the 8th lunar day (Ashtami) of the waning moon of the month of Smvana at midnight, upon the moon's entrance into Rohini asterism. This day is marked as Janmashtami. Krishna is one of the most worshipped Gods in India and belongs to the Hindu Trinity. He is believed to be one of the eight incarnations of Lord Vishnu. The story of birth of Krishna is an intriguing one.
The story goes like this: One day Mother Earth was appalled by the number of sins that were being committed on her surface. She went to Brahma that God of the Gods and appealed to him for help. Brahma, after listening to her, appealed to Lord Vishnu who said that He would take birth on earth and His avatar will destroy every kind of sin that was being committed on earth then.
The history of Janmashtmi dates back to thousand years. There are also several legends and stories associated with this festival. If you start exploring the origin of the festival, you will end up listening to thousands of folklores related to Krishna and his birth. It is believed that Lord Krishna was the incarnation of Vishnu, one of the three most important Hindu Gods. It is commonly believed that he took birth for killing Kansa, the unreligious demon king of Mathura and other demons, to establish a kingdom of peace, prosperity and religion on earth and to spread the message of brotherhood and humanity. 
In his preaching to Arjuna in the Holy Bhagvad Gita he says Whenever the balance of the universe is disturbed by external interference from any of its parts, then I reveal myself as the Power of eternal balancing. For the protection of those who are in harmony, and the rectification of everything disharmonious, I incarnate myself at every juncture of time.So, it is assumed that the form of God will return back on earth for the establishment of peace, religion and prosperity in society once again when required. The celebration of Janmashtami is also a way to commemorate his holy deeds on earth for the mankind. Historians calculate that the birth of Lord Krishna goes back to the Dwapar Yug. It is in the year of Visvavasu around 3227 BC when Lord Krishna was born.
He was born on a dark, stormy night on the day eight day of the second fortnight of the month of Shravana which now corresponds to the month of August-September in the Gregorian calendar. Born in the prison of Demon Kansa, from Kansas sister Devaki and Vasudeva, Krishna was declared to be the savior of mankind and the end of Kansa even before his birth. Krishna, right from the day of birth exhibited that he was a special child and there was extraordinary powers with him. Throughout his childhood and adolescence in Gokul, he did many things which made people believe that he was a form of God. Since then, the people of Nandgaon celebrated the birth of Krishna as a day of fortune. Even thousands of years after his heavenly abode, people observe this day as a day of fortune and commemorate the birth of Lord Krishna by fasting and feasting. People believe Krishna to be the ultimate savior of the world. One who unlike other gods, can be regarded, as a lover, friend, divine guru or ones own child.People mesmerized with Krishnas persona and deeds can be seen singing and dancing in the name of Krishna to eternity on the day of Janmashtami. It is the deep faith and devotion of people towards him that the festival is still celebrated with a great honor, joy as well as elation as it was celebrated thousands of years back.
How to celebrate Janmastami:
Hindus celebrate Janmashtami by fasting and staying up until midnight, the time when Krishna is believed to have been born. Images of Krishna's infancy are placed in swings and cradles in temples and homes. At midnight, devotees gather around for devotional songs, dance and exchange gifts. Some temples also conduct readings slokas of the Hindu religious scripture Bhagavad Gita.
How to Celebrate Janmashtami at Home:
Invite all your friends and family to participate in the festivities.Decorating your home for Krishna can be fun, particularly for children. Encourage them in helping to make garlands, hanging balloons and festoons of leaves, and generally making the house beautiful for Krishna’s appearance.Get a copy of the Vaishnava Songbook and choose some of your favorite bhajanas(devotional songs in praise of God) to sing. Krishna, also known as Murlidhara, or “one who holds the flute,” loves music. And so will your friends and family, as you take turns singing and playing instruments. Alternatively, play bhajan CDs and heighten the spiritual atmosphere.
You can also chant extra rounds of the Hare Krishna mantra on your japa mala (prayer beads). This is an intimate one on one exchange with Krishna, and makes you feel much closer to the Lord.

Read the story of Krishna’s advent and other exciting pastimes fromKrishna, the Supreme Personality of Godhead or Srimad Bhagavatam,Canto Ten. Pass the book around, and try dramatic readings to bring the story to life. Janmashtami is all about completely immersing yourself in thoughts of Krishna in a festive way.
If you have Radha-Krishna deities, get extra special new outfits for Them. Exercise your creativity and pay special attention to decorating Their altar.Recreate the temple program and hold an abhisheka bathingceremony for your deities. Simply buy different liquids like yogurt,
honey, ghee and fruit juices and bathe the deity with them while singing devotional songs.Temples prepare at least one hundred and eight different food dishes on Janmashtami. Of course, you don’t have to go that far, unless you’re feeling particularly energetic! But it’s always nice to cook some very special preparations to offer to the Lord. Imagine that Krishna was actually right there, in your house what would you offer Him? This makes for a wonderful meditation while cooking on Janmashtami.Have a midnight arati (worship ceremony) with a
kirtan. This is the exact time that Krishna appeared on this
planet, so it is most auspicious and spiritually inspiring. If you
have arati paraphernalia, then you can do a full offering. If
not, don’t worry–Krishna says in the Bhagavad-gita, “If you
offer Me with love a leaf, flower, fruit or water, I will accept it.”
So offer whatever you canit’s your love and devotion that matters.
Buy a special gift for the Lord. You can wrap it and write a card to Krishna. Here are some gift ideas:
If you have Deities you can buy or make jewelry, new clothes, garlands, peacock feathers, turban pieces, flutes or water cups,Incense,Fruit basket,Offering plate,New picture frame if you worship a picture of Krishna Brand new aratiset If you are able to fast from food, fasting until midnight is recommended. If fasting is too difficult, then try to eat only light foods during the day. By putting our own needs aside and concentrating more on Krishna’s, we show our love for Him.
You can engage your children in many of the above activities. Depending on your children’s ages, they can help cook, make garlands, design a birthday card, play musical instruments, dance and chant Hare Krishna.
Children also enjoy dressing up as Radha, Krishna and their associates, and re-enacting Krishna’s pastimes. This helps to create a very festive mood.

As you celebrate Janmashtami, remember that just as we enjoy the attention and fun on our birthday, so the Lord also enjoys our attention and gifts on His appearance day. The difference between us and Krishna is that He is able to reciprocate perfectly with each one of us. In the transcendental realm, everything that we offer to the Lord with love and devotion will benefit us unlimitedly, and those benefits will stay with us for eternity.
Mantars for Reciting:
KRISHNA’S JANM SLOKA SAYS

“SIMHA RA:SOW ASITHE: PAKSHE: RO:HINYA:M ASHTAMI: THITTHOW |
CHARAMA:RTTHA PRADA:THA:RAM KRUSHNAM VANDE: JAGAD GURUM ||”
and
vishnu sahasranamam
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Janmashtami is one such festival that is celebrated equally in North and South India. Preparations for the same start weeks in advance. Different parts of the country celebrate the festival differently. In South India, the celebrations are most prevalent in Karnataka and Tamil Nadu. In both the places, the idol of Lord Krishna is placed in a decorated mantapa. Bhakshanam (snacks and sweets in Sanskrit), are specially prepared for the festival, and offered to Lord Krishna. Along with it, fruits that are his favorites are also offered. In some parts of Karnataka, chakli, avalakki and bellada panaka are prepared especially for the festival. In North India, celebrations are no less than being called extravagant and splendid. While Gokul and Vridnavan (Lord's birth and growing up place) witness flocks of visitors coming to the place to celebrate the festival at Krishna janamabhoomi, the other parts organize different events and practice different rituals to mark the occasion. In the cities of Mumbai and Pune, dahi-handi is organized wherein a group of men form human pyramid to reach a high-hanging pot of butter and break it. In the city of Dwarka in Gujarat and the eastern states of Orissa and West Bengal, people celebrate it with fasting and doing puja at midnight. Though the rituals practiced vary from one region to the other, the spirit and devotion to the Lord is same everywhere. Thus, it wouldn't be wrong to say that Krishna is the most loved and celebrated God in India.
Recipes/Nivadyam for God:
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Rakhi Making How to make rakhi at home

Rakhi Making How to make rakhi at home

Raksha Bandhan Date and timings:
18thAugust 2016 (Thursday) 
Raksha Bandhan Thread Ceremony Time - 06:03 to 14:56 Duration -8 Hours 53 Mins
Aparahan Time Raksha Bandhan Muhurat - 13:35 to 14:56 Duration - 1 Hour 21 Mins

Rakhi making at home is very lovely for all the girls. After all, Rakhi is the festival of brothers and sisters. Learn here how to make Rakhi at home.significance of raksha bandhan
How to make Rakhi:
Rakhi is generally a decorated silk thread. It may be a simple thread or it may be decorated with beads or designer motifs, religious symbols or even studded with jewels. Here are a few tip on how you can create your own rakhi.
Material required:
1. Silk threads-multi-coloured(more colors)
2. Cotton thread
3. Beads, sequins
4. Scissors
5. Glue
Take a bunch of silk threads, multicolored if you want a colorful rakhi. Red and yellow are considered auspicious colors. You can also use a strand or two of golden thread. The threads should be around 30" long. Fold the length of the thread bunch to half. Tie a tight knot at one fourth of the length using the cotton thread. Cut the loops of the folded thread and fluff the open ends with a hard brush.

Divide the longer part of the thread into two halves and plat them in desired way. Tie the ends with the cotton thread and fluff the open ends. These two strands will be used for the tying.
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Decorate the upper part with sequins, beads or religious motifs. If you are using multicolored threads arranged in some specific way, cut them short to a suitable length not more than ½".
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Rakhi Raksha Bandhan story and quotes sms

Rakhi Raksha Bandhan quotes sms
Raksha Bandhan Date and timings:
18thAugust 2016 (Thursday) 
Raksha Bandhan Thread Ceremony Time - 06:03 to 14:56 Duration -8 Hours 53 Mins
Aparahan Time Raksha Bandhan Muhurat - 13:35 to 14:56 Duration - 1 Hour 21 Mins

Raksha Bandhan:
Raksha Bandhan is a Hindu festival that celebrates the love and duty between brothers and sistersIn India, festivals are the celebration of togetherness, of being one of the family.The festival is also popularly used to celebrate any brother-sister relationship between men and women who are relatives or biologically unrelated It is called Rakhi Purnima, or simplyRakhi, in many parts of India.The festival is observed by Hindus, Jains, and many Sikhs.Raksha Bandhan is primarily observed in India, Mauritius and parts of Nepal. It is also celebrated by Hindus and Sikhs in parts of Pakistan,and by some people of Indian origin around the world.
Raksha Bandhan is one such festival that is all about affection, fraternity and sublime sentiments. It is also known as Raksha Bandhan which means a 'bond of protection'. This is an occasion to flourish love, care, affection and sacred feeling of brotherhood.
Story of Raksha Bandhan:
According to Hindu scripture Bhavishya Purana, in the war between Gods and demons, Indra - the deity of sky, rains and thunderbolts - was disgraced by the powerful demon King Bali. Indra’s wife Sachi consulted Vishnu, who gave her a bracelet made of cotton thread, calling it holy.Sachi tied the holy thread around Indra wrist, blessed with her prayers for his well being and success. Indra successfully defeated the evil and recovered Amaravati. This story inspired the protective power of holy thread.The story also suggests that the Raksha Bandhan thread in ancient India were amulets, used by women as prayers and to guard men going to war, and that these threads were not limited to sister-brother like relationships.
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According to this legend, credited to Hindu scriptures Bhagavata Purana and Vishnu Purana, after Vishnu won the three worlds from the demon King Bali, he was asked by Bali that Vishnu live in his palace, a request Vishnu granted. Vishnu's wife, Goddess Lakshmi did not like the palace or his new found friendship with Bali, and preferred that her husband and she return to Vaikuntha. So she went to Bali, tied a Rakhi and made him a brother. Bali asked her what gift she desired. Lakshmi asked that Vishnu be freed from the request that he live in Bali's palace. Bali consented, as well accepted her as his sister.

There is another story is also known as Ganesh had two sons, Shubh and Labh. On Raksha Bandhan, Ganesh's sister visited and tied a Rakhi on Ganesh's wrist. The two boys become frustrated that they have no sister to celebrate Raksha Bandhan with. They ask their father Ganesh for a sister, but to no avail. Finally, saint Narada appears who persuades Ganesh that a daughter will enrich him as well as his sons. Ganesh agreed, and created a daughter named Santoshi Ma by divine flames that emerged from Ganesh's wives,Rddhi (Amazing) and Siddhi (Perfection). Thereafter, Shubh Labh (literally "Holy Profit") had a sister named Santoshi Ma (literally "Goddess of Satisfaction"), who loved and protected each other.

Krishna considered Draupadi his sister. When Krishna cut his finger while beheading Shishupal, Draupadi immediately tore off a piece of her sari and bandaged his cut. Krishna said that with this loving act, she wrapped him in debt and he would repay each “thread” when the time arrives. Indeed, whenever Draupadi needed Krishna’s protection she fervently prayed for his help, he came to the rescue and gave her unlimited cloth. This is one of the stories of the origin of the Raksha Bandhan festival.In the epic Mahabharat, Draupadi tied a Rakhi to Krishna, while Kunti tied her Rakhito her grandson Abhimanyu, before the great war.

According to another legend, Yama, the god of Death had not visited his sisterYamuna for 12 years. Yamuna, the goddess of Yamuna river, was sad and consulted Ganga, the goddess of Ganga river. Ganga reminded Yama of his sister, upon which Yama visits her. Yamuna was overjoyed to see her brother, and prepared a bounty of food for Yama. The god Yama was delighted, and asked Yamuna what she wanted for gift. She wished that he, her brother should return and see her again soon. Yama was moved by his sister's love, agreed and to be able to see her again, made river Yamuna immortal. This legend is the basis for a Raksha Bandhan-like festival called Bhai Duj in some parts of India, which also celebrates brother-sister love, but near Diwali.
Historical stories:
Alexander the Great and King Puru:
According to one legendary narrative, when Alexander the Great invaded India in 326 BCE, Roxana (or Roshanak, his wife) sent a sacred thread to Porus, asking him not to harm her husband in battle. In accordance with tradition, Porus, the king ofKaikeya kingdom, gave full respect to the rakhi. On the battlefield, when Porus was about to deliver a final blow to Alexander, he saw the rakhi on his own wrist and restrained himself from attacking Alexander personally.
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Rani Karnavati and Emperor Humayun:
Another controversial historical account is that of Rani Karnavati of Chittor and Mughal Emperor Humayun, which dates to 1535 CE. When Rani Karnavati, the widowed queen of the king of Chittor, realised that she could not defend against the invasion by the Sultan of Gujarat, Bahadur Shah, she sent a Rakhi to Emperor Humayun. Touched, the Emperor immediately set off with his troops to defend Chittor.Humayun arrived too late, and Bahadur Shah managed to sack the Rani's fortress. Although contemporary commentators and memoirs do not mention the Rakhi episode and some historians have expressed skepticism about it, it is mentioned in one mid-seventeenth century Rajasthani account.
How celebrate Raksha Bandhan:

On the day of Rakhi, sisters prepares the pooja thali with diya, roli, chawal, rakhi thread and sweets. The ritual begins with a prayer in front of God, then the sister ties Rakhi to her brother and wishes for his happiness and well-being. In turn, the brother acknowledge the love with a promise to stand by his sister through all the good and bad times.

Sisters tie Rakhi on the wrist of their brothers amid chanting of mantras, put roli and rice on his forehead and pray for his well-being. She bestows him with gifts and blessings. In turn, brothers also wish her a good life and pledges to take care of her. He gives her a return gift. The gift symbolizes the physical acceptance of her love, reminder of their togetherness and his pledge. The legends and the reference in history repeated, the significance of the festival is emphasized.

Raksha bandhan has been celebrated in the same way with the same traditions for many years. Only the means have changed with the changing lifestyle to make the celebration more elaborate and lively. This day has an inherent power that pulls the siblings together. The increasing distances evoke the desire to be together even more. All brothers and sisters try to reach out to each other on this auspicious day. The joyous meeting, the rare family get-together, that erstwhile feeling of brotherhood and sisterhood calls for a massive celebration. 

People also share tasty dishes, wonderful sweets and exchange gifts. It is a time to share their past experiences also. For those who are not able to meet each other, rakhi cards and e-rakhis and rakhis through mails perform the part of communicating the rakhi messages. Hand made rakhis and self-made rakhi cards are just representation of the personal feelings of the siblings.
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Raksha Bandhan quotes sms:
  • Brothers are like streetlights along the road, they don't make distance any shorter but they light up the path and make the walk worthwhile.”
  • “You were always my best friend, looking out for me, making sure the path I traveled on was smooth. Even if I searched the world over, there cannot be a better brother than you. Wishing You Life's Best Always.” 
  • “We were always close, looking out for each other even when life led us along different paths... Like an invisible thread, our love binds us together, making sure we'll remember where we came from and what we mean to each other. Wishing you a joyous Raksha Bandhan, Dear Brother.” 
  • “The loving occasion of Raksha Bandhan is the best time Brother, to reminisce fondly the wonderful moment we have spent together, sharing each other’s joys and sorrows… Thanks for spreading smiles everywhere and making life so beautiful, meaningful and Happy… My Dear Brother .” 
  • “You never say no, you never say thats impossible and you never say you can't. That's my bro, a superman who make things possible and who make paths smoother. I love you Bro.” 
  • “You are the person who holds me in my bad times, you are the person who dances with me in my happiness. I can't recall even a single day when you were absent from my life. I really love you.” 
  • Kaamyabi tumhare kadam chume,

  • Khushiyan tumhare charo aur ho,
    Par bhagwan se itni prarthana karne ke liye,
    tum mujhe kuch to commission do!
    To my extremely lovable (but kanjoos) brother…
    Just kidding as always.
    “Happy Raksha Bandhan.”
  • "Sisters is probably the most competitive relationship within the family, but once sisters are grown, it becomes the strongest relationship."
  • “Sister is someone who is caring and sharing. Sister can understand things you never said. She can understand pain which is not visible to anyone. I love my sister.”
  • “It leaves a smile on my face when I think of those trifling fights we had and suddenly used to make up. The memories may fade away with passing time but the love we share will only grow. Happy Raksha Bandhan, Dear Sister.” 
  • “God sent in my life a beautiful Angel in your guise, Sister. In good times or bad ones, you're ready to extend your help and support. Thanks for all you do.” 
  • “Sister is someone who is caring and sharing. Sister can understand things you never said. She can understand pain which is not visible to anyone. I love my sister.” 
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Ganesh Chaturthi Story Vinayaka Chavithi puja vidhanam katha khairatabad ganesh

Ganesh Chaturthi Story Vinayaka Chavithi puja vidhanam/katha 


Ganesha Chaturthi Date and timings:
 5th September 2016 (Monday) 
Madhyahna Ganesha Puja Time - 11:00 to 13:28 Duration - 2 Hours 27 Mins
On 4th, Time to Avoid Moon Sighting - 18:54 to 20:29 Duration -1 Hour 34 Mins
On 5th, Time to Avoid Moon Sighting - 09:05 to 21:07 Duration -12 Hours 2 Mins
Ganesha Chaturthi is the Hindu festivalcelebrated in honour of the god Ganesha, The son of Shiva and Parvati, Ganesha has an elephantine countenance with a curved trunk and big ears, and a huge pot-bellied body of a human being.He is the Lord of success and destroyer of evils and obstacles. He is also worshipped as the god of education, knowledge, wisdom and wealth. In fact, Ganesha is one of the five prime Hindu deities(Brahma, Vishnu, Shiva and Durga being the other four) whose idolatry is glorified as thepanchayatana puja,is observed in the Hindu calendar month of Bhaadrapada, starting on the shukla chaturthi (fourth day of the waxing moon period). The date usually falls between August and September. The festival lasts for 10 days, ending on Anant Chaturdashi (fourteenth day of the waxing moon period).
Weeks or even months before Ganesha Chaturthi, artistic clay models of Lord Ganesha are made for sale by specially skilled artisans. They are beautifully decorated and depict Lord Ganesha in vivid poses. The size of these statues may vary from 3/4 of an inch to over 70 feet.
Ganesha Chaturthi starts with the installation of these Ganesha statues in colorfully decorated homes and specially erected temporary structures mandapas (pandals) in every locality. The pandals are erected by the people or a specific society or locality or group by collecting monetary contributions. The pandals are decorated specially for the festival, either by using decorative items like flower garlands, lights, etc. or are theme based decorations, which depict religious themes or current events.

Story of loard Ganesha:
Significance of the loard Ganesha Form
Ganesha's head symbolizes theAtman or the soul, which is the ultimate supreme reality of human existence, and his human body signifies Maya or the earthly existence of human beings. The elephant head denotes wisdom and its trunk represents Om, the sound symbol of cosmic reality. In his upper right hand Ganesha holds a goad, which helps him propel mankind forward on the eternal path and remove obstacles from the way. The noose in Ganesha's left hand is a gentle implement to capture all difficulties.
The broken tusk that Ganesha holds like a pen in his lower right hand is a symbol of sacrifice, which he broke for writing the Mahabharata. The rosary in his other hand suggests that the pursuit of knowledge should be continuous.
The laddoo (sweet) he holds in his trunk indicates that one must discover the sweetness of the Atman. His fan-like ears convey that he is all ears to our petition. The snake that runs round his waist represents energy in all forms. And he is humble enough to ride the lowest of creatures, a mouse.

The story of the birth of this zoomorphic deity, as depicted in the Shiva Purana, goes like this: Once goddess Parvati, while bathing, created a boy out of the dirt of her body and assigned him the task of guarding the entrance to her bathroom. When Shiva, her husband returned, he was surprised to find a stranger denying him access, and struck off the boy's head in rage. Parvati broke down in utter grief and to soothe her, Shiva sent out his squad (gana) to fetch the head of any sleeping being who was facing the north. The company found a sleeping elephant and brought back its severed head, which was then attached to the body of the boy. Shiva restored its life and made him the leader (pati) of his troops. Hence his name 'Ganapati'. Shiva also bestowed a boon that people would worship him and invoke his name before undertaking any venture.

However, there's another less popular story of his origin, found in the Brahma Vaivarta Purana: Shiva asked Parvati to observe the punyaka vrata for a year to appease Vishnu in order to have a son. When a son was born to her, all the gods and goddesses assembled to rejoice on its birth. Lord Shani, the son of Surya (Sun-God), was also present but he refused to look at the infant. Perturbed at this behaviour, Parvati asked him the reason, and Shani replied that his looking at baby would harm the newborn. However, on Parvati's insistence when Shani eyed the baby, the child's head was severed instantly. All the gods started to bemoan, whereupon Vishnu hurried to the bank of river Pushpabhadra and brought back the head of a young elephant, and joined it to the baby's body, thus reviving it.

Ganesha, the Destroyer of Pride
Ganesha is also the destroyer of vanity, selfishness and pride. He is the personification of material universe in all its various magnificent manifestations. "All Hindus worship Ganesha regardless of their sectarian belief," says D N Singh in A Study of Hinduism. "He is both the beginning of the religion and the meeting ground for all Hindus."
108 names of Ganesha:
Akhuratha: One whose chariot is pulled by a mouse
Alampata: One who is forever eternal
Amit: One who is incomparable
Anantachidrupamayam: One who is the personification of the infinite consciousness
Avaneesh: Master of the universe
Avighna: The remover of obstacles
Balaganapati: Beloved child
Bhalchandra: One who is moon crested
Bheema: One who is gigantic
Bhupati: The lord of lords
Bhuvanpati: The lord of the heaven
Buddhinath: The God of wisdom
Buddhipriya: One who bestows of knowledge and intellect
Buddhividhata: The God of knowledge
Chaturbhuj: The four-armed lord
Devadeva: The lord of lords
Devantakanashakarin: Destroyer of evils and demons
Devavrata: One who accepts all penances
Devendrashika: The protector of all gods
Dharmik: One who is righteous and charitable
Dhoomravarna: One whose skin is smoke-hued
Durja: The invincible
Dvaimatura: One who has two mothers
Ekaakshara: One who is of a single syllable
Ekadanta: Single-tusked
Ekadrishta: Single-focused
Eshanputra: The son of Shiva
Gadadhara: One whose weapon is the mace
Gajakarna: One who has elephantine-ears
Gajanana: One who has an elephantine face
Gajananeti: One who has the looks of an elephant
Gajavakra: The trunk of an elephant
Gajavaktra: One who has an elephantine mouth
Ganadhakshya: The lord of lords
Ganadhyakshina: Leader of all celestial bodies
Ganapati: The lord of lords
Gaurisuta: The son of Gauri
Gunina: The lord of virtues
Haridra: One who is golden-hued
Heramba: Mother's beloved son
Kapila: One who is yellowish-brown
Kaveesha: The lord of poets
Kirti: The lord of music
Kripalu: Merciful lord
Krishapingaksha: One who has yellowish-brown eyes
Kshamakaram: The abode of forgiveness
Kshipra: One who is easy to appease
Lambakarna: One who has large ears
Lambodara: One who has a big belly
Mahabala: One who is enormously strong
Mahaganapati: The Supreme Lord
Maheshwaram: Lord of the universe
Mangalamurti: The all auspicious Lord
Manomay: The winner of hearts
Mrityuanjaya: The conqueror of death
Mundakarama: The abode of happiness
Muktidaya: Bestower of eternal bliss
Musikvahana: One who rides a mouse
Nadapratithishta: One who appreciates music
Namasthetu: Destroyer of evils and sins
Nandana: Lord Shiva's son
Nideeshwaram: Bestower of wealth
Omkara: One who has the form of 'Om'
Pitambara: One who has yellowish skin
Pramoda: Lord of all abodes
Prathameshwara: First among all Gods
Purush: The omnipotent personality
Rakta: One who is blood-hued
Rudrapriya: One who is the beloved of Shiva
Sarvadevatman: One who accepts all celestial offerings
Sarvasiddhanta: Bestower of skills and knowledge
Sarvatman: Protector of the universe
Shambhavi: Son of Parvati
Shashivarnam: One who has a moon-like complexion
Shoorpakarna: One who is large-eared
Shuban: The all auspicious Lord
Shubhagunakanan One who is The Master of All Virtues
Shweta: One who is as pure as the white
Siddhidhata: Bestower of accomplishments and successes
Siddhipriya: Giver of wishes and boons
Siddhivinayaka: Bestower of success
Skandapurvaja: Elder of Skanda or Kartikya
Sumukha: One who has an auspicious face
Sureshwaram: The lord of lords
Swaroop: Lover of beauty
Tarun: One who is ageless
Uddanda: The nemesis of evils and vices
Umaputra: The son of Goddess Uma
Vakratunda: One with a curved trunk
Varaganapati: Bestower of boons
Varaprada: One who grants wishes
Varadavinayaka: Bestower of success
Veeraganapati: The vigorous lord
Vidyavaridhi: The God of wisdom
Vighnahara: Remover of obstacles
Vignaharta: Destroyer of all obstacles
Vighnaraja: Lord of all obstacles
Vighnarajendra: Lord of all obstacles
Vighnavinashanaya: Destroyer of all obstacles
Vigneshwara: Lord of all obstacles
Vikat: One who is huge
Vinayaka: The Supreme Lord
Vishwamukha: Master of the universe
Vishwaraja: King of the world
Yagnakaya: One who accepts sacrificial offerings
Yashaskaram: The bestower of fame and fortune
Yashvasin: The beloved and ever popular lord
Yogadhipa: The lord of meditation
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Khairatabad Ganesh
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Naga Panchami Puja/vrat Vidhi Kalsarpa Yoga Nagaradhana

Naga Panchami Puja Vidhi/vratam 

What is Nagapanchami(Significance of Nagapanchami):

Nagapanchami is Hindus festival on that day they worships Snakes.According to Garuda Purana offering prayers to snake on this day is auspicious and will usher good tidings in one’s life.In this day Nagas are worshipped with milk, sweets, flowers, lamps and even sacrifices. Images of Nag deities made of silver, stone, wood, or paintings on the wall are first bathed with water and milk and then worshipped with the reciting of the some mantras.

Shukla Paksha Panchami during Sawan month is observed as Nag Panchami. Usually Nag Panchami day falls two days after Hariyali Teej.Currently Nag Panchami falls in month of July and August in English calendar. Women worship Nag Devta and offer milk to snakes on this day. Women also pray for the wellness of their brothers and family.

The main reason of celebrating this day must be that snakes are a great threat to mankind during these months.They usually come out of their holes as rainwater seeps in and while looking for shelter they might harm humans. However, this is why they are worshipped this day and fed with milk. 
According to Sarpa Satra:
Mahabharata epic, Janamejeya, the son of King Parikshit of Kuru dynasty was performing a snake sacrifice known as Sarpa Satra, to avenge for the death of his father from a snake bite by the snake king called Taksaka. A sacrificial fireplace had been specially erected and the fire sacrifice to kill all snakes in the world was started by a galaxy of learned Brahmin sages. The sacrifice performed in the presence of Janamejaya was so powerful that it was causing all snakes to fall into the Yagna kunda (sacrificial fire pit). When the priests found that only Takshaka who had bitten and killed Parisksihit had escaped to the nether world of Indra seeking his protection, the sages increased the tempo of reciting the mantras (spells) to drag Takshaka and also Indra to the sacrificial fire. Takshaka had coiled himself around Indra’s cot but the force of the sacrificial yagna was so powerful that even Indra along with Takshaka were dragged towards the fire. This scared the gods who then appealed to Manasadevi to intervene and resolve the crisis. She then requested her son Astika to go to the site of the yagna and appeal to Janamejaya to stop the Sarpa Satra yagna. Astika impressed Janamejaya with his knowledge of all theSastras (scriptures) who granted him to seek a boon. It was then that Astika requested Janamejeya to stop the Sarpa Satra. Since the king was never known to refuse a boon given to a Brahmin, he relented, in spite of protects by the rishis performing the yagna. The yagna was then stopped and thus the life of Indra and Takshaka and his other serpent race were spared. This day, according to the Hindu Calendar, happened to be Nadivardhini Panchami (fifth day of bright fortnight of the lunar month of Shravan during the monsoon season) and since then the day is a festival day of the Nagas as their life was spared on this day. Indra also went to Manasadevi and worshipped her.

How to perform Nag panchami puja:
On the day of Naag Panchami, houses are cleaned and holy offerings are prepared for Naga (snake). preparations are made a day prior to the day of Nag Panchami. Food preparations for Naag Panchami include Sevai (vermicelli), rice items, Laddoo (sweet dish made of dried condiments), etc.

A special Puja is performed for Snake God, in which the snake is bathed with Panchamrit (a mixture of milk, yogurt, sugar, honey, and butter). Besides this proceeding, Aarti is performed to invoke the blessings of snake deity.

It is believed that any Puja offered to snakes would reach to the serpent Gods. Hence people worship live snakes on the day as representative of serpents Gods who are revered and worshipped in Hinduism.
twelve are worshipped during Nag Panchami Puja - Naga kanyas
  • Ananta
  • Vasuki
  • Shesha
  • Padma
  • Kambala
  • Karkotaka
  • Ashvatara
  • Dhritarashtra
  • Shankhapala
  • Kaliya
  • Takshaka
  • Pingala
Nag Panchami Mantra :
Sarva Nagaah preeyantam mey yey kechit Prithivithaley,
yey cha helimarichistha yentarey Divi samstithah
Yey Nadeeshu Mahanaga ye Sarasvati gaaminah,
yey cha Vaapee tadagashu teshu sarveshu vai namah
Meaning:
May all Nagas whether on Earth, Sky, Swarga, in the Sun rays, Sarovaras or lakes, wells or other water bodies, be appeased as we greet these deities again and again.
or
Om Kurukulle Hun Phat Svaha
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