Lord Ganesha

Lord Ganesha

Sunday, 5 August 2018

Vakaradhi Sri Varahashtoththarashathanama Sthothram - Lyrics and meanings



|| Jai Sriman Narayana ||










I shall prostrate before supreme Lord Vishnu who has embodied as Varaha/wild boar, he showers abundance of boons, he is most venerable, he is Vasudeva who symbolizes supreme bliss, he represents Vashatkara, Vasu, wealth, and auspiciousness, he is consort of Goddess Vasundhara/Earth, he is Vasudeva who symbolizes protector of Earth,  Varaha has sharp teeth,  he is beloved of Goddess Earth/Vasumathi, he explores in the woods, he is covered in bodily hairs which has the appearance of Vajra, he is eloquent, and curious, he is most enticing, he has embodied as Universe and its living beings, he protects Vasudha, he resides in the forest, he is difficult to restrain, he eradicates sorrows and miseries, he has lustrous  hair locks, he is the protector of Earth, he tore off the demon Hiranyaksha who abducted Earth and hid in the bottomless ocean, with his Vajra like sharp teeth, he has attractive limbs and beautiful face was eulogized by illustrious Rishis and  Vashishta, Vanajasana/Lord Bhrama, Lord Rudra and Indhra were highly pleased, he is noble and highly respectable, he seized off all the boons provided by Bhrama to Hiranyaksha, he is Vasudhavallabha/beloved of Vasudha, he killed the demon Hiranyanksha who abducted mother Earth, he plunged into the ocean with the sharp Vajra like teeth and encircled the Bhrmanda, Varaha was originated from the nostrils of Bhrama, he is Varchasvin/energetic, and vigorous, he has excellent sharp teeth, he was emerged out of the nostrils of Bhrama as a result of mystical letter ‘Ha’, Vanajasana was extremely thrilled and his lotus like eyes shone like Bhaskara in wonder, Varaha carried Vasudha on the tip of his sharp teeth, she was extremely bemused , she was completely covered in dust and greenish colored shone in the sparkling lustrous teeth of Varaha, Vasudha who has the physical appearance of fibrous root of lotus of thousand petal lotus was carried by the teeth of Varaha, Vasudha who has the lotus like face became lustrous like moon in the sparkle of sharp teeth of Varaha, Vasudha who is the shelter place of living beings was restored by the teeth of Varaha, Vasudha embodied as Earth, she is pure, Vasudha who was in the bottomless ocean was held tightly and restored as shelter place for living beings, Vasudha who was seized from the demon Hiranyaksha took shelter in the hands of supreme Lord who is adorned in garlands of Mandhara, took procession on the Earth, he has glorious myths, he repreents ocean of wealth, he is enticing, he is a great illustrionist, he showers abundance of boons, he is store house of virtues, he is the source of deeds, he has endless fame, he resides in the ocean/abode of Varuna, he has embodied as wild boar and produces grunting/squealing noises, he penetrated through the abode of ocean, he is unparalleled, he was originated from the nostril of Vanajasana, he resides in the woods, he is too compassionate, he is kind, his face has the resemblance to fire, he has embodied as Varaha, he symbolizes wealth and auspiciousness, he is adorned in Vanamala, he is eulogized by Veda, he is powerful, he is forest-dweller, he represents protective shield of Veda, he is the essence of Veda, he is the Lord of Veda, he is the protector of Veda, he explores in the ocean of Vedantha, Oh! Prabhu, I am not aware of Veda, kindly enlighten with the knowledge of Veda.  He represents mountain positioned in the ocean of Vedhantha, he symbolizes manifold/wealth, he is Lord of wealth, he has auspicious limbs, he is Vibhu who is the provider of wealth, he represents sacrifice, accomplishment, and Earth, he has embodied as Earth, he has great teeth, he is the source of Universe, he is omnipresent,  he is  highly honored in the whole of Universe, he explores through the Vedaranya and he is surrounded by animals like Vamadeva/illustrious Rishis and poets, he has endless glorious myths extended all over the world, Oh! Vanyabhoopathi who is the commander resides in the forest, kindly protect us.  He is Sri Vakundha who resides in the supreme abode of Sri Vaikundham, he has numerous pastimes, he is the source of deluge at the end of Yuga, he is attainable for the virtuous and righteous people, he is the protector of distressed and desolate people, he is the purifier of Universe and its living beings, he is the source of delight and shelter place for the distressed people, he symbolizes piousness, he has numerous manifestations, he eradicates the wicked who is malicious, and hostile to the progress of Universe, he has great prowess, he is beyond Universe, he has mighty Lord who is too compassionate, he resides in the heart of fervent devotees and inseparable  like waves in the ocean, he eradicates extreme fears, agony, agitation, uneasiness, anguish, pain, etc. he symbolizes Sathvik nature, he represents Universe and  ocean of virtues, he represents lotus which is the source of all kinds of auspiciousness to Universe, he has incarnated to perform various pastimes, he is beyond Universe and auspiciousness, he is too compassionate personifies on Earth for the welfare of living beings.



Varaho Varadho  Vandhyo Varenyo Vasudevabha: | Vashatkaro Vasunidhir  Vasudhdharano Vasu: ||

Vasudevo Vasumathi Dhamshtro Vasumathipriya: | Vanadhisthoma Romandhur Vajraroma Vadhavadha: ||

Vilakshana Vashya Vishvo Vasudhadharasannibha: | Vanajodhara Dhurvaravishadhvamsanodhaya: ||

Valgath Satajathavathadhoothajeemotha Samhathi: | Vajradhamshtra Vicchinna  Hiranyakshadharadhara: ||

Vashishtadhyarshinikara Sthooyamanoavayavanana: | Vanajasana Rudhrendhra Prasadhitha Mahashaya: ||

Varadhana Vinirdhootha  Bhrama Bhramanasamshraya: | Vallabho Vasudhahari Rakshobala Nishoodhana: ||

Vajrasara Khuraghatha Dhalithabdhirasahiva: | Valadhvaloth Katatopa Dhvastha  Bhrmandakarpara: ||

Vadhananthargathayatha  Bhramandashvasapadhdhathi : | Varchasvi  Varadhamshtragra Sanmeelithadhikthata: ||

Vanajasana Nasanthar Hamsavahavarohitha: | Vanajasana Dhrik Padma  Vikasathbhuthabhaskara: ||

Vasudha Bhramararooda  Dhamshtra Padmagrakesara: | Vasudhadhoomamashika  Ramyadhamshtrapradheepaka: ||

Vasudha Sahasrapathramrinalayitha  Dhamshtrika: | Vasudhendhivarakrantha Dhamshtrachandhrakalanchitha: ||

Vasudhabhajanalambadhamshtra Rajathayashtika: | Vasudha Bhoodharavedhi Dhamshtra Soochikrithathbhutha: ||

Vasudha Sagaraharya Lokalokapadhridhradha: | Vasudhavasudhahari Rakshodhricchringa Yugmaka: ||

Vasudhadhasamalambinalasthambha Prakambana: | Vasudha Cchathra Rajatha Dhandashringa Manorama: ||

Vathamsikrithamandharo Valakshikritha Bhoothala: | Varadhikritha Vriththantho  Vasudhikritha Sagara: ||

Vashyamayo Varaguna Kriyakaro Varabhidha: | Varunalaya Vasthavya Janthuvidhra Vighurghura: ||

Varunalayaviccheththa Varunadhi  Dhurasadha: | Vanajasana Santhana Vanajatha  Mahakripa: ||

Vathsalo Vahnivadhano Varahavamayo Vasu: | Vanamali Vandhivedho Vayastho Vanajodhara; ||

Vedthvache  Vedavidhe  Vedhine  Vedhavadhine | Vedavedanga Thaththvajja Namasthe Vedamoorthaye ||

Vedavidhvedhya  Vibhavo Vedhesho Vedharakshana: | Vedhanthasindhusanchari  Vedhadhoora:  Punathu Mam ||

Vedanthasindhu Madhyastha  Chalordhdhatha  Viththanakrith | Viththanesho  Viththanango  Viththanaphaladho Vibhu: ||

Vithanabhavano Vishvabhavano Vishvaroopadhrith | Vishvadhamshtro  Vishvagarbho  Vishvago  Vishvasammatha: ||

Vedaranyacharo  Vamadevadhi Mrigasamvritha: | Vishvathi Kranthamahima  Pathu Mam Vanyabhoopathi: ||

Vaikundakolo Vikundaleelo Vilayasindhuga: | Avaptha  Abalishtajanodharano Vegavan  Vishvapavana: ||

Vipkashchidhashayaranya  Punyaspoorthir Vrishringala: | Vishvadhrohikshayakaro Vishvadhika Mahabala: ||

Veeryasindhur Vivadhbandhur Viyathsindhu Tharangitha: | Vyathavidhveshin Saththvamustho Vishvagunambhudhi: ||

Vishvamangalakanthara  Krithaleelaviharathe | Vishvamangaladhoththunga  Karunapanga  Sannathi: ||



|| Jai Sriman Narayana ||