Vishnu Aarti II

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I

Sanskrit Wording:

English Wording:

om jai jagadisa hare, svami jai jagadisa hare I
bhakta janom ka samkata ksana mem dura kare II om jai....II

Hindi Meaning:

English Meaning:

Glory, Glory to you, O Omkara, the Supreme Lord of the worlds and destroyer of all afflictions ! Glory to you, O Lord and Master of the universe ! You deliver your devotees from distress in a single instant. Glory, glory.....

II

Sanskrit Wording:

English Wording:

jo dhyave phala pave, dukha vinase mana ka I sukha sampati ghara ave, kasta mite tana kaII om jai..II

Hindi Meaning:

English Meaning:

He who meditates on you reaps the fruit thereof, the fruit of your blessings and deliverance from all heartís grief; while happines and wealth roll in into his house, his body is cured of pain.

III

Sanskrit Wording:

English Wording:

mata-pita tuma mere, sarana gahum main kisaki I tuma bina aura na duja asa karum maim jisaki II om jai....II

Hindi Meaning:

English Meaning:

As I have only you for my parents, who else can be my refuge ? Since I have none else in the world, in whom shall I repose trust ?

IV

Sanskrit Wording:

English Wording:

mata-pita tuma mere, sarana gahum main kisaki I tuma bina aura na duja asa karum maim jisaki II om jai....II

Hindi Meaning:

English Meaning:

As I have only you for my parents, who else can be my refuge ? Since I have none else in the world, in whom shall I repose trust ?

V

Sanskrit Wording:

English Wording:

tuma purana paramatma tuma amtaryami I parabrahma paramesvara tuma saba ke svami II om jai....II

Hindi Meaning:

English Meaning:

You are the most perfect and supreme lord of all, the controller of our inmost beings, impersonal and attributeless Brahma and the supreme master of all.

VI

Sanskrit Wording:

English Wording:

tuma karuna ke sagara tuma palana karta I maim murakha khala kami, krpa karo bharta II om jai....II

Hindi Meaning:

English Meaning:

While you are the ocean of compassion and sustainer of all, I am dull-witted (stupid), wicked and lecherous. O my beloved Lord, be gracious unto me.

VII

Sanskrit Wording:

English Wording:

tuma ho eka agocara saba ke pranapati I kisa vidha milum dayamaya tumako maim kumati II om jai....II

Hindi Meaning:

English Meaning:

You are one and imperceptible by the senses (unattainable); you are also the lord of all the vital forces in the world (the beloved master of every being). Can I, a wicked one, face you who are so exceedingly kind?

VIII

Sanskrit Wording:

English Wording:

dina bandhu dukhaharta tuma raksaka mere I apane hatha uthao dvara paRa maim tere II Om jai...II

Hindi Meaning:

English Meaning:

You are, O Lord of Compassion (helper of the destitute) and destroyer fo pain, my only protector; I am lying (forsaken) at your door; come and lift me up with your own hands.

IX

Sanskrit Wording:

English Wording:

visaya vikara mitao papa haro deva I sraddha bhakti baRhao santana ki seva II om jai....II

Hindi Meaning:

English Meaning:

Extirpate, O Lord, the defilements of my senses (my sensuality) and all my transgressions, so that my faith in and devotion to you keep on growing and I am able to serve the saints.

X

Sanskrit Wording:

English Wording:

tana mana dhana jo kucha hai, saba hi hai tera I tera tujhako arpana kya lage mera II om jai....II

Hindi Meaning:

English Meaning:

Whatever I have, O Lord, body, intellect and wealth, is all yours. All this of which you are the owner is dedicated to you. What do I lose if I return what is not mine (or by surrendering the gifts you have given me ?)

The most outstanding of them are a club, a lotus, a three-pronged trident, a sword, a conch, a disc, a bow and arrows. In addition to these you also hold a thunderbolt, a vessel made of wood or earth (used for keeping water by ascetics and religious students), a noose or trap (used as weapon), an axe, and a sacred string of Rudraksa seeds.

XI

Sanskrit Wording:

English Wording:

sudha kalasarasa hasta virajata I ghanta vijaya ghanaghana bajata II
mam utpati katha sukhadayi I veda purana sada yasa gayi II

Hindi Meaning:

English Meaning:

A vessel containing a nectarine juice (or the very essence of nectar) adorns one of your hands, while the gong, proclaiming your victory over the demons, is producing a deep ringing sound. O Mother, the story of your origin is delightful, so say the Vedas and the Puranas, who always join in singing your glory

XII

Sanskrit Wording:

English Wording:

eka samaya asa vidhi bhaye bama I macige devasura samgrama II
sura asurana maham ati bhayakari I macyo yuddha tihum loka majhari II

Hindi Meaning:

English Meaning:

Once upon a time when Brahma was displeased with the demons, a war broke out between them and the gods. It was so dreadful a battle that all the three spheres turned into a vast battlefield.

XIII

Sanskrit Wording:

English Wording:

taba mahisasura nija bhujabala se I surahim parajita kinhyo chala se II
bani apuhim devana kahm raja I indrasana para jaya viraja II

Hindi Meaning:

English Meaning:

It was then that the redoubtable demon Mahisa displaying his own indomitable might, vanquished the gods with the help of a ruse, and, crowning himself king of the celestials, sat glorious on Indraís throne.

XIV

Sanskrit Wording:

English Wording:

lakhi siva visnu kupita cita bhayau I ati risabaRhi bhrkuti chiRagayau II
mahalaksmi tu hi sthala se I pragati teja pumja ke bala se II

Hindi Meaning:

English Meaning:

Observing this (victory of the demon), Visnu and Siva lost their temper and with their fury growing intense, raised their eyerbrows (at the demonís behaviour) O great goddess Laksmi, you sprang from the rich soil all by your own great mass of energies and radiance congealed into your own body.

XV

Sanskrit Wording:

English Wording:

lakhi sura muni prasanna mana bhayau I nija-nija sakti matu kaham dayau II
mukha mem base teja bani samkara I visnu oja bani base bhujan para II

Hindi Meaning:

English Meaning:

When the gods and ascetics saw you, they were filled with joy; each of them gave you a weapon (endowed you with his own power). In your face dwells Samkara as your radiance and on your arms lies Visnu as your lustre and vigour.

XVI

Sanskrit Wording:

English Wording:

carana brahma amguli mahim bhanu I basyo kirana bani dragana krsanu II
diye prajapati dasana lalama I dhare kubera laksmi nama II

Hindi Meaning:

English Meaning:

Brahma became your feet and the Sun your fingers; Agni, the god of fire, became the light of your eyes; Prajapati gave you the rows of beautiful teeth and Kubera your name Laksmi.

XVII

Sanskrit Wording:

English Wording:

sabai sakti devana so pai I mam bhaim teja pumja adhikari I attahasa kari garajyo jabahim I kampi uthyo dasahu disi tabahim II

Hindi Meaning:

English Meaning:

You derived all your might from the gods and thus, O Mother, did you become the embodied strength of the gods. When you burst into guffaws and roared like thunder-clouds, all the ten quarters shook and trembled with fear.

XVIII

Sanskrit Wording:

English Wording:

uchalyou udadhi calita bhaye dharani I macyo yuddha tasa jaya na varani II
sakyo na sahi mahibhara apara I thakyo sesa kinha phumkara II

Hindi Meaning:

English Meaning:

The ocean leapt and the earth moved and a fierce battle raged which cannot be described. The infinitely heavy burden of the earth was more than the Serpent-King could bear, which made him hiss violently with utter weariness.

XIX

Sanskrit Wording:

English Wording:

dagamaga dolata bhaye giri kaise I rama vimukha nara nahim thira jaise II
mahisasura jaba raci bahu maya I maha thakita bha para na paya II

Hindi Meaning:

English Meaning:

Mountains trembled as do the minds of men averse to Rama. (if oneís mind rambles, it is on account of his aversion to Rama.) When the demon Mahisa exercised his delusive powers in various ways with no effect (on the gods or on the course of the battle), he consequently got wearied (and abandoned his attempt to subdue the gods or to comprehend the mystery of their invulnerability).

XX

Sanskrit Wording:

English Wording:

tab mam kesa pakaRi vadha kinhyo I devana gagana dumdubhi dinhyo II
dhani ho dhanya laksmi mata I sesa mahesa adi guna gata II

Hindi Meaning:

English Meaning:

Then, O Mother, you caught hold of his hair and slew him, which caused the celestial deities to beat their kettle drums in joy. Blessed, all blessed are you. O Mother Sri, whose praise is sung by the Serpent-King, the great Lord Siva, and many others.

XXI

Sanskrit Wording:

English Wording:

tava samana ko asa jaga janani I ati daridrani sukha sampati bharani II
satya saneha matu kaham lagata I hvai dukha dura sakala bhaya bhagata II

Hindi Meaning:

English Meaning:

O originator or the cosmos (the very source of all life), is there anyone who can match you in generosity ? You bless even the most wretched and im;ecunious with happiness and prosperity. If one is truly devoted to you, O Mother, he is rid of all his fears and afflictions.


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