Articles — Pancharatnam

Shri Kala Bhairava Pancha rathnam (श्री काल भैरव पञ्च रत्नं) with translation

Dec 12 2020 Tags: Bhairav, Pancharatnam, sanskrit, stotram

Shri Kala Bhairava Pancha rathnam (The five gems addressed to Kala Bhairava.)Translated by Shri P.R.Ramachander (Kalabhairava is the God who is the protector of Benares. He is supposed to be the fearsome aspect of Lord Shiva. Once Brahma insulted Lord Shiva and his fifth head teasingly laughed at Lord Shiva. From Lord Shiva came out the Kalabhairava (Black Bhairava) who tore off the fifth head of Lord Brahma. On the entreaties of Lord Vishnu, Shiva pardoned Lord Brahma. But the sin (in the form of a lady) of beheading Lord Brahma followed Kalabhairava everywhere. Also the head of Brahma stuck to him....

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Shri Ganesha Pancharatnam Stotram in Sanskrit ( श्री गणेशपञ्चरत्नम् स्तोत्रं )

Jul 27 2017 Tags: Ganesha, Pancharatnam, sanskrit, stotram

Shri Ganesha Pancharatnam was composed by Jagadguru Sri Adi Shankaracharya . Shri Ganesha Pancharatnam is a famous stotram addressing Lord Ganesha who is the destroyer of obstacles. As the name suggests it is a sloka containing five stanzas(Pancha) which are considered as five gems (Ratnam). Ganesh Panchratna Stotram is to ensure good health and well being. He who recites this every morning with devotion, these five gems about Lord Ganapati and who remembers in his heart the great Ganesha, will soon be endowed with a healthy life free of all blemishes, will attain learning, noble sons, a long life that is calm and pleasant...

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Shri Meenakshi Pancharathnam in Sanskrit ( श्री मीनाक्षीपञ्चरत्नम् )

Jun 20 2017 Tags: Pancharatnam, Parvati, sanskrit

Shri Meenakshi Pancharatnam (five jewels of Goddess Meenakshi) is a hymn praising the Goddess Meenakshi. Shri Meenakshi Pancharatnam was composed by Sri Adi Shankaracharya and it beautifully describes the attributes of the Goddess. . ‘Meenakshi’ is a combination of two root words; ‘mina’ meaning fish and ‘aksi’ meaning eyes. Thus it implies ‘the one who has eyes like that of a fish.’ Goddess Meenakshi glances and looks after her devotees as fishes look after and protect their younger ones with their eyes. This grace also earns Her the name ‘Angayarkanni’. Ancient stone inscriptions refer to Her as ‘Thirukamakottathu Aludya Nachiyar.’ Sundareshwara,...

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Shri Hanumat Pancharatnam Stotra with meaning ( श्रीहनुमत् पञ्चरत्नम् )

Jun 01 2017 Tags: Anjaneya, Hanuman, Pancharatnam, stotram

Shri Hanumat Pancharatnam Stotra is composed by Jagadguru Sri Adi Sankara Bhagavad Pada. Shri Hanumat Pancharatna means Garland of Five gems on Shri Hanuman. Shri Hanuman with unswerving devotion towards Shri Rama is a humble devotee who is spurred on to great deeds because of his unshakeable faith in Rama. Kanchi Paramacharya once said Hanuman has both Intellect and also Physical Strength and hence by worshiping him one will be blessed with all the wealths i.e. Wisdom, Strength, Fame, Valor, Fearlessness, Health, Determination,  Articulativeness. The phala sruti of Hanumat Pancharatnam mentions :“One who recites this Pancharatna Stotra of Hanuman, becomes a devotee of Sri Rama, after...

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Shri Lalitha Pancharatnam (ललितापञ्चरत्नम्) Stotram with meaning

Apr 01 2017 Tags: Lakshmi, Lalitha, Pancharatnam, Sri yantra, sriyantra, stotram

Shri Lalitha Pancharatnam (ललितापञ्चरत्नम्) stotra starting with Pratha Smarami Lalitha Vadanaravindam is the devotional mantra of Goddess Lalita Tripurasundari and composed by Guru Adi Shankaracharya. Maa Lalita Tripurasundari is the presiding deity of srichakra (Sriyantra). The goddess tripura in her aspect as shodasi is represented as a sixteen years old girl,and is believed to embody sixteen types of desires. Maa Tripura is also called Shodasi, Lalita and Rajarajeshvari. The benefits of Shri Lalitha Pancharatna stotra is described in the Phala Stuti and according to it those who worship Goddess Lalitha by reciting the Pancharatna stotra will be blessed by the goddess with luck,...

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Sri Subrahmanya Pancharathnam with meaning

Apr 01 2017 Tags: Kartikeya, Murugan, Pancharatnam, stotram, Subramanya

Sri Subrahmanya Pancharatnam is also known as Murugan Pancharatna stotram. Sri Subrahmanya Pancharathnam means The five gems about Lord Subrahmanya. Sri Subrahmanya Pancharatnam has been translated in english by Shri P. R. Ramachander. Sri Subrahmanya Pancharatnam is a jewel like prayer for Lord Subramanya swamy. Sri Subrahmanya Pancharatnam is a six-verse prayer chanted everyday by devotees. The sixth verse of Sri Subrahmanya Pancharatnam explains the benefits of chanting this prayer.   Shadananam, chandana lepithangam, Mahorasam, divya mayoora vahanam, Rudrasya soonum, sura loka nadam, Brahmanya devam, saranam prapadye.   I seek refuge with the god, who is Brahman, Who has six faces, Who applies sandal paste all over...

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