HINDU GODS

August 07, 2009

GANESHA SLOKAS

Gajananam Bhuta Ganathi Sevitam
Kapittha Jambu Palasara Bhaksitam
Uma Sutam Shoka Vinasha Karanam
Namami Vigneshwara Pada Pankajam

(He who has the face of an elephant, one who is worshipped by the Bhootha
ganam, He who eats the essence of kapitha and Jumbu fruits, He who is the son
of Uma Devi and He who allieviates the ill feelings in us. O! Lord Vigneshwara
who is an embodiment of all the above, we offer our Namaskarams at your
Divine feet.)
Sri Vakratunda Mahakaaya
Soorya-koti samaprabha
Nirvighnam kuru me Deva
Sarva-karyeshu Sarvadaa

(O, Lord Ganesha of the curved trunk and massive body, the one whose splendor
is equal to millions of Suns, please bless me to that I do not face any obstacles in
my endeavors.)
Mooshika vahana modaka hasta
Chamara karna vilambita sootra
Vamana roopa Maheswara putra
Vigna-vinayaka paada namaste

(He who has the mouse as his vahana(vehicle),
He who always keeps Modhakam (a traditional type of sweet)
He who has ears that resemble a hand held fan,
He who wears a chain-like ornament around his waist,
He who is short in stature,
He who is the son of Parameshwar.
O Lord Vinayaka who is all the above and he who always removes our obstacles,
We worship your Divine Feet.)
Ekadantam Mahakayam
Lambodara Gajananam
Vigna Nashakarma Devam
He Rambam Prana Mamyaham

(I bow to that God, Who has one tusk, one Who has a large body, one Who has a
big stomach, one Who has the face of an elephant; He who destroys all
obstacles and Who is also called Herambh (beloved of the Mother.)

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