Lord Ganesha

Lord Ganesha

Thursday, 2 August 2018

Makaradhi Sri Mathyashtoththarashathanama Sthothram - Lyrics and meanings



|| Jai Sriman Narayana ||










I shall prostrate before supreme Lord Vishnu who has embodied as giant fish and explored through the bottomless ocean in order to protect the living beings, he has mounted on the back of Earth as ferry in order to destroy the wicked demons and crushed the Ganas, he has endless virtues, he has Marala/swan as celestial vehicle, penetrated on the vast ocean,  he symbolizes Mahasathva, he has embodied as attractive giant fish, he enthusiastically dived through the waters of ocean Sindhu, he is Mahashaya/noble, liberal, magnanimous, he is extremely valorous, he has produced greatest of the medicine/nectar of immortality from the vast ocean, he has great fame, he is supreme bliss, he has great brilliance, he has great appearance, he is  the consort of Goddess Earth, he has golden virility, he represent Mahakalpa, he is greatest companion, he has bright and beautiful eyes and face, he is divine embodied as giant fish, he has supremely charming  and most attractive limbs which is the source of delight of Goddess Sri Mahalakshmi who  is reluctant to take her eyes off from his body, he is a great illusionist, he is the protector of living beings, he crushed the pride of Lord Yama, he is lustrous like lotus flower, he has glorious myths, he is the Lord of Meenarashi/twelfth sign of zodiac, he resides in Mahathala, he is the source of Universe and its living beings, he is the Lord of Maruthganas, he symbolizes Marupathi, he has won over the assembly of Mahadeva, he causes deluge at the end of Yuga which creates mass destruction, he represents intellect/Manomayakosha, he is highly honorable, he resides in the heart of passionate worshiper, he augment admiration and fame, he symbolizes intellect, learned Bhraman,  and spiritual preceptor, he resides in the lotus like heart of worshiper, he reclines on the serpent Anantha, he has personified on Earth, he can be alarming, he has pleasing disposition too, he has embodied as giant fish,  he has large abdomen, he has giant fin/sacle and tails, and he is impenetrable, he symbolizes wise, intelligent, learned, spiritual preceptor,  and ascetic, he has no beinging or end, he is Mahaguru, he has the complexion of dark clouds, he is the source of liberation from repeated births, he has most attractive appearance, he is supreme bliss, he lures the heart of worshiper, he eradicates desires, he is void of desires, he is supreme Lord who is the source of emancipation, good fortune, and prosperity, he elevate the soul from excess lust and desires, he liberates the soul from impurities, he is eulogized by illustrious Rishis and Sages, he is the spiritual preceptor who imparted the knowledge of Bhramam to Manu, he has embodied as giant fish  and dived into vast ocean with Earth as ferry and protected the sacred Veda from the demon, he has swan as celestial vehicle, he is watchful, he is the slayer of demon Madhu, he resides in the great ocean, he is supreme bliss, he has conquered Maruthganas, he has great fin, he stupefied the ocean with flood, he is mighty Lord who has pleasant disposition, supreme intellect, and  most desirable, he has retrieved the sacred Veda from the demon with the assistance of Goddess Earth, he is beloved consort of Goddess Earth, he symbolizes Maruthganas, he is adorned  Maruthganas as precious gem, he eradicated the burden of Earth, he is mighty Lord who is wise and intellectual, he is magnanimous, he always works for the welfare of Universe and its living beings, he symbolizes peace, he is the source of Veda, he is most desirable, he is the essence of Veda, he symbolizes the treasure of Veda , he has incarnated to reinstate the Veda and Smrithi, he symbolizes Veda Manthra, meanings of Manthra, and  greatest philosophies, he is the essence of sacred Veda, he is supreme Lord who is the source of Veda, he is beloved of Bhramin who sincerely follows Vedic rite, he is the provider of abundance of meritorious rewards for the service and practices of Veda, he is beloved of Vedic rite, he is beyond human intellect and Veda, he is highly confidential, he is the provider of happiness and welfare to whoever sincerely follows Vedic rite, May  supreme Lord Vishnu who is charming and pleasant protect us.


Mathsyo Mahalayambhodhisanchari  Manupalaka: | Mahinaukaprishtadhesho Mahasuravinashana: ||

Mahamnaya Ganaharthra  Mahaneeyagunathbhutha: | Maralavaha Vyapanacheththa  Madhithasagara: ||

Mahasathvo Mahayadho Ganabhungmadhurakrithi: | Madholluganasankshubdha  Sindhubangahathorthvakha: ||

Mahashayo Mahadheero Mahaushadhi Samuddhara: | Mahayasha  Mahanandho Mahatheja Mahavapu: ||

Maheepankha Vrishathprishto Mahakalparnnavahritha | Mithra Shubhramshuvalayanethro Mukhamahanabha: ||

Mahalakshminethraroopa Garvasarvagashakrithi: | Mahamayo Mahabhoothapalako Mrithyumaraka: ||

Mahajavo Mahapriccha Cchinnameenadhirashika: | Mahathalathalo Marthyalokagarbho Maruthpathi; ||

Maruthpathi Sthanaprishto Mahadevasabajitha: | Mahendhradhya Akhilapranimarano Mridhithakhila: ||

Manomayo Mananeeyo Manasvi  Manavardhana: | Maneeshimana Sambodhi  Shayi  Manuvibheeshana: ||

Mridhugarbho Mrigangabho Mrigyapadho Mahodhara: | Mahakartharikapuccho  Manodhurgama Vaibhava: ||

Maneeshi Madhyarahitho Mrishajanma  Mrithavyaya: | Moghetharoru Sankalpo Mokshadhayi  Mahaguru: ||

Mohasanga Samujrumbathsacchidhanandhavigraha: | Mohako Mohasamhartha  Mohadharo  Mahodhaya: ||

Mohitheththarithamanur Mochithashrithakashmala: | Maharshinikarasthuthyo Manujjyanopadheshaka: ||

Mahinaubandhanaheendhrarajjubadhaika  Shringaka: | Mahovathahathorveenau Sthambhano  Mahimakara: ||

Mahambhudhi Tharangaptha Saikathibhoothavigrahaga: | Maralavaha Nidhranthasakshi Madhunishoodhana: ||

Mahabdhivasano Maththo Mahamaruthaveejitha: | Mahakashalkyo  Moorcchathamombhudhikrithaplava: ||

Mridhithabjari Vibavo Mushithapranichethana: | Mridhuchittho Madhuravangmrishtakamo Maheshvara: ||

Maralavahaswapantha  Dhaththavedho Mahakrithi: | Maheeshlishto  Maheenatho Marunmala Mahamani: ||

Maheebhara Pareeharththa  Mahashakthir Mahodhaya: | Mahan  Mahanmagnaloko  Mahashanthi Mahamana: ||

Mahavedhabhisanchari  Mahathma  Mohithathmabhu: | Manthrasmrithibhramshahethu Manthrakrin Manthrashevadhi: ||

Manthramanthrarththa  Thaththvajjo Manthratho Manthradhaivatham | Manthrokthakari Pranayi Manthrashiphalapradha: ||

Manthra Thathparyavishayo Manomanthradhya Gochara: | Manthrarththavithkrithakshemo Ramam Rakshathu Sarvatha: ||



|| Jai Sriman Narayana ||