Lord Ganesha

Lord Ganesha

Saturday, 11 August 2018

Rakaradhi Sri Ramashtoththarashathanama Sthothram - Lyrics and meanings



|| Jai Sriman Narayana ||











I shall prostrate before supreme Lord Vishnu who has personified as Rama, who has beautiful eyes resembles to lotus flower petals, he has the luster of autumn moon, he killed the haughty demons and reduced the burden of Earth, he has lotus flower on navel, he resembles Indhra among the kings, he is eulogized by Bhrama, he has great effulgence, shone like precious gem adorned in the crowns of Emperors and Kings, and Dhikpalas, he is Raghava who has lustrous feet, he is Ramachandhra, he is illustrious among Raghu clan, he has charming face lustrous like lotus flower, he is relentlessly served by by beloved brother Lakshman,   his feet has the luster of lotus flower, he has the luster of lotus flower, his lotus hands performed the homage to his ancestors, he is lustrous like freshly blossomed lotus flower, he has beautiful smile on face, he is adorned in lotus flower garlands, he holds lotus flower, he is beloved of Rajeevaja who is lotus born/Goddess Mahalakshmi, he symbolizes supreme wisdom, he has Surya and Chandra as eyes, he is adorned in various precious ornaments all over the body, his beautiful curly hair locks resembles to pack of honey bees, he is adorned in beautiful umbrella decorated with gems, he is attired in majestic garment decorated with precious yellow metal, he is most charming and desirable, he is adorned in armlets and bangles of precious stones gem decorated bangles eulogizes the loveliness of Goddess Mahalakshmi, he is adorned in marvelous anklets which produces rattling sounds, he illuminated the whole Universe with his presence, he laid on the Kushagrass, he has beautiful conch shaped neck, he symbolizes supreme bliss, he has marvelous myths, his beloved consort was abducted by demon Ravana, he was alarming to the demons in the woods of Dhandaka, his lotus feet has the purifying effect and it was the shelter place for the illustrious Rishis, he crushed the bow/Shivadhanuss of his dearest companion Shiva, he was highly honored by the King,  eventually he got Goddess RamA as wedded wife, he offered Mukhthapala to the lotus like hand of RamA,  Goddess RamA fixed her gaze on the charming limbs of supreme Lord, he has great effulgence, RamA who symbolizes stairs which imparts the devotion to Rama, he sincerely followed the command of his father and proceeded to woods, he is devotedly worshiped by Lakshman, his lotus feet turned blood red, he dressed in saffron robe and Jata, he has most attractive limbs, he was followed by Goddess Sri Mahalakshmi to dense woods, he is wielded in powerful bow and arrows, he is eulogized by illustrious Rishis and Sages, he destroyed numerous demons in the woods and  pleased Rishis and Sages in the forest, he cut off  ears, nose and lips of the Shoorpanakha who is the sister of demon Ravana, he killed demon Mareecha who was disguised as  golden deer, his beloved wife was abducted by Ravana, he made close association with Sugreevah in the woods, he was relentlessly served hy Hanuman, he penetrated through the vast ocean and constructed a gigantic bridge across the ocean Sethu, he arrived in the city of the demons, Ravana was killed in the vicious battle with Rama, Vibeeshana who took shelter of Rama was crowned as the King of Lanka, he embraced Vibeeshana who worshiped Rama, he majestically seated on the gem decorated throne and he was crowned as the King of Ayodhya, he was surrounded by the kings  of various cities resembles to stars, he is most desirable lustrous like moon, he is embellished with lustrous umbrella, he was served by Chamara, he was surrounded by Rajarishis and illustrious Rishis and Sages, monkey king, he was majestically seated on the throne with Goddess RamA, he is adorned in blue lotus flower garlands, his lotus feet has the resemblance of lotus flower, he imparts the knowledge of highest philosophies, he is the companion of  illustrious Kings,  he took immense pleasure in the music and dances of the celstial, he remained in the embrace of Rajyalakshmi, he is the destroyer of enemies, he is the hero of the marvelous garland of myth of Ramayana, he enriched the Kingdom and its glories, he resembles precious gem adorned in the crown of Kings, his lotus feet are soaked in nectar, he is valorous King, he symbolizes good fortune and wealth, he is the preceptor of deities, he is twice born, he is Rama who showers abundance wealth and good fortune to  passionate devotees, he pleased all the deities, he is too passionate, he is perceivable for the virtuous and righteous who are void of impurities/Ragadvesha, he is most desirable appearance, he symbolizes happiness, he is the provider of happiness,  he is Lord of Earth, he is all pervading,  he  is divine personified to purify the Earth, his sacred names resembles to nectar, he is Raja who has the eyes resembles to lotus flower petals, he is divine personified on Earth in order to accomplish  specific tasks, he is Rama who reclines on the serpent Anantha in the milky ocean, he is Ramabhadhra, he is radiant, he is beloved of Goddess Sri Mahalakshmi, he is Rama who blissfully remains in the embrace of his consort Goddess Mahalakshmi/RamA, he is Rama who resides in the lotus like heart and pure intellect of deities and learned.


Ramo  Rajeevapathraksho Rakachandhranibhanana: | Rathrinjjarardhitha Kshoni Parithapavinashana: ||

Rajeevanabho Rajendhro Rajeevasana Samsthutha: | Raja Rajadhidhikpala Maulimanikya Dheepitha: ||

Raghavanvayapadhodhi Chandhro Rakendhusadhrishya: | Ramachandhro Raghavendhro Rajeeva Ruchinanan: ||

Rajanujamandhirora  Rajeeva Vilasathpadha: | Rajeevahastho Rajeevapriyavamshakrithodhaya: ||

Rathrinavyambubhrinmoorthi Rajamshu Ruchirasmitha: | Rajeevaharo Rajeevadhari Rajeevajapriya: ||

Raghavothsangavidhyotho Rakendhvayuthabasvara: | Rajalekhanangooro Rajeevapriyabhooshana: ||

Raja Rajanmanibhoosho Rarajadhbhramaralaka: | Rajalekhabaseemantho Rajanmrigamadhangana: ||

Rajaheeralasacchathro Rajeevakaragamritha: | Rathnakanchidharo Ramyo Rathnakanchana Kankana: ||

Ranathkanchana  Manjeero Ranjjithakhila Bhoothala: | Rarajathkundharadhano Ramyakando Rathavraja: ||

Ranjjithathbhutha  Gadheyo Rathrinjjarasatheehara: | Rathrinjjarabhayathratha Gadheya  Savanoththama: ||

Rarajaccharanambhoja Raja: Poothamunipriya: | Rajarajasuhricchapabedhano Rajapoojitha: ||

Ramaramakarambhoja  Malonmeelithakandama: | Ramakarabja Mandhara Bindhumukthaphalavritha: ||


Rathnakankananidhvanamishan Lakshmisthuthishruthi: |Ramavamadhriganthali Vyaptha Dhurllabyavigraha: ||

Ramathejassamahartha Ramasopanabhajana: | Raghavajjakritharanyavaso Ramanujarchitha: ||

Rakthakanjjathacharano Ramyavalkalaveshtitha: | Rathyambudha Jatabharo Ramyanga Srivibhooshana: ||

Ranachapa Gunoraktha Munithranaparayana: | Rathrinjjaraganapranaharththa Ramyaphaladhana: ||

Rathrinjjarendhrabagini Karnanasoshtabedhana: | Rathamaya Mrigaprano Ravanahritha Sathpriya: ||

Rajeevabandhu Puthraptho Rajadevasuthardhana: | Rakthashri Hanumadhvaho Rathnakara Nibandhana: ||

Ruddha Rathrinjjaravaso Ravanadhivimardhana: | RamAsamalingithango Ravananujapoojitha: ||

Rathnasimhasanaseeno Rajyapattabhishechana: | Rajanakshathravalayavritha  Rakendhusundhara: ||

Rakendhumandalacchathro Rajamshuthkarachamara: | Rajarshiganasamveetho Ranjjitha Plavagadhipa: ||

Ramadhrigmalikaneela  Neerajithapadhambhuja: | Ramathaththvapravachano Rajarajasakhodhaya: ||

Rajabimbananagananarthanamodhithanthara: | Rajyalakshmipareerambha Sambhrithathbhutha Khandaka: ||

Ramayanakathamala Nayako Rashtrashobhana: | Rajamalamauli Mala Makarandhapluthanghrika: ||

Rajathadhrimahadheero Raddhadevagurudhvija: | Radhdhabhakthashaya Ramo Ramithakhila Dhaivatha: ||

Ragi  Ragaviheenathma  Bhakthaprapyo Rasathmaka: | Rasapradho Rasaswadho Rasadheesho Rasathiga: ||

Rasanapavanabhikhyo Ramanamamrithodhadhi: | Raja Rajeevamithraksho Rajeevabhavakaranam ||

Ramaramashayanandha Dhugdhasagarachandhrama: | Ramabhadhro Rajamano Rajeevapriyabimbaga: ||

Rama Ramabhujalatha  Kandalingana Mangala: | Ramasuri Hridhambhodhivriththi Veechi Viharavan ||


||Jai Sriman Narayana ||