Monday, November 17, 2008

Venkatesh Stotram








Venkatesh Stotram

This is a Vishnu stotram in Sanskrit. Lord Vishnu is known as Shri Vankatesh in many parts of India. In the stotra the writer is reciting and calling Lord with his many famous names with description. Each and every name is associated with Lord Vishnu’s deeds for the benefit of the mankind. The person who recites this stotra with concentration and faith and devotion receives many benefits, such as Wealth, offspring, good health, happiness, protection and everything wished.
1) Astrology
Sinha Rashi
Sinha rashi is for Authority, Position, Power, Dread, Ambition, Sacrifice and Neat. Person in whose horoscope Moon is in Sinha rashi is found having more or less qualities as described above. Sinha rashi controls heart and backbone of our body.

2) Thought for the Day

Keep your mind pure in the battlefield of life.

3) Success

Successful people know that “ lost time is never gained again.”
English Script
 Shri Venkatesh Stotram
 Venkatesho vaasudevah praddumno amit vikramh I
 Sankarshano anirudhah cha sheshaadri patirevacha II 1 II
 Janardanah padmanaabho venkataachalavaasanah I 
Srushtikartaa jagannaatho madhavo bhaktavatsalaah II 2 II 
Govindo gopatih krushnah keshavo garudadhvajah I 
Varaaho vamanh chaiva narayana adhokshajah II 3 II
Shridharam pundarikakshah sarva dev stuto harih I 
Shrinrusinho mahaasinhah sutraakaarah puraatanah II 4 II 
Ramaanatho mahirbhartaa bhoodharah purushottamah I
Cholaputra priyah shaanto brahmaadinaam varapradah II 5 II 
Shrinidhih sarvabhootaanaam bhavakrud bhavanaashanah I 
Shriraamo raamabhadrashcha bhavabandhai vimochanah II 6 II 
Bhootaavaaso giraavaasah shrinivaasah shripatih I 
Achyutaananta govindo Vishnu venkatanaayakah II 7 II 
Sarva devaikasharanam sarvadevaika daivatam I 
Samasta devakavacham sarvadev shikhaamanih II 8 II
Itidam kirtanam yasya vishnoh amitatejasah I 
Trikaale yah pathe nityam paapam tasya Na viddate II 9 II 
Raajadvaare patheddhire sangraame ripusankate I 
Bhoota sarva pishaachchaadi bhayam naasti kadaachana II 10 II
Aputro labhate putraan nirdhano dhanavaana bhavet I 
Rogaarte muchchate rogaat baddho muchcheta bandhanaat II 11 II
Yaddadishtataam loke tat praapnotyana sanshayam I 
Aishvarya raajasanmaanam bhaktimukti falapradam II 12 II 
Vishurlokaika sopaanam sarva dhuhkhaikanaashanam I 
Sarveshvaryapradam nrunaam sarva mangal kaarakam II 13 II 
Mayatri paramanandam tyaktvaa vaikunthamuttamam I 
Svaamipushkaranitire ramayaasaha modate II 14 II 
Kalyaanadbhoota gaatraaya kaamitaartha pradaayine I 
Shrimadvenkatanaathaaya shrinivaasaaya Te namah II 15 II 
II Iti shrimad brahmaanda puraane brahma-narad sanvaade venkatgiri mahaatme vyankatesh stotram sampoornam II 

Shri Venkatesh Stotram 

Shri Venkatesh Stotram is in Sanskrit. It has arisen while God Brahma and Brahmarshi Narad were having a discussion. This stotra is mainly consisted of very pious names of God Vishnu up to 8th shloka and then from 9 to 15 is the falshruti i.e. what a devotee gets after reciting this stotra. This stotra is to be recited/listen every day with concentration, faith and devotion to receive the blessings from God Venkatesh (Vishnu). 
The names of God Venkatesh (Vishnu) from shlokas 1 to 8 appearing in the stotra are as under. Venkatesho, Vaasudeva, Praddumna, Amit vikrama, Sankarshano, Anirudha, Sheshaadripati, Janardana, Padmanaabha, Venkataachalavaasana, Srushtikartaa, Jagannaatha, Madhav, Bhaktavatsal, Govinda, Gopati, Krushna, Keshav, Garudadhvaja, Varaah (Incarnation of God Vishnu), Vaman (Incarnation of God Vishnu), Narayan, Adhokshaj, Shridhar, Pundarikaksha, Sarva-dev-stuto (praised by all Gods), Hari, Shrinrusinh (Incarnation of God Vishnu), Mahaasinha, Sutraakaara, Puraatan (Present from very old age), Ramaanatha (Husband of Goddess Ramaa (Laxmi)), Mahirbhartaa, Bhoodhara (the one who has held earth), Purushottama, Cholaputra priya, shaanto, Brahmaadinaam varapradah (he who gives blessings to God Brahma and other Gods), Shrinidhi (He who has a lot of money), Sarvabhootaanaam bhavakrud bhavanaashana (he who makes devotees free from bondage of life and death), Shriraam (Incarnation of God Vishnu),, Raamabhadra, bhavabandhai vimochanah (he who makes devotees free from bondage of life and death), Bhootaavaaso (he who is present in everybody), Giraavaasah (he who is lives on the mountain), Shrinivaasah, Shripatih (Husband of Goddess Laxmi), Achyutaananta, Govind, Vishnu, Venkatanaayak (leader or owner of mountains), Sarva devaikasharanam (he to whom all other Gods have surrendered), Sarvadevaika daivatam (he who is fait of all other Gods), Samasta devakavacham sarvadev shikhaamanih (he who is kavacham/protection of all other Gods).
Falshruti: From Shlokas 9 to 15 
The devotee who recites this stotra three times in a day becomes free from all sins he has committed. He never has a fear from king, war, difficulties, troubles, demon, or from bhoot. The devotee who has no son/daughter is blessed with an issue. The devotee who has no money becomes rich. The devotee who is suffering from disease becomes free from disease and becomes healthy. The devotee who is in custody or bondage becomes free. There is no doubt that every thing wished is received by the devotees as blessings from God Venkatesha. This stotra after reciting every day with faith, concentration and devotion gives wealth, fame, health and devotion and mukti (frees from bondage). It destroys all sorrow and it opens a way to Vishnu Loka. It does all good to devotees, every good wish is fulfilled and after end of the life such devotee goes to Vaikuntha (Vishnu) loka. God Venkatesha who is giver of all good things to the devotees; is living in happiness with Goddess Laxmi on the bank of river pushakarini. I bow to God Venkatesha, God Shrinivaasa to bless me with fulfilling all my desires. Here completes shri venkatesh stotra which is from Brahmanda purana and told by God Brahma to Brahmarshi Narad. 
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