The Saturn, Mysterious Shani Sadesati and Karmic Remedies : Therapeutic Guide of Saturn – Part 2

SadeSati The Saturn, Mysterious Shani Sadesati and Karmic Remedies : Therapeutic Guide of Saturn – Part 2

The Saturn, Mysterious Shani Sadesati, and Karmic Remedies: A Therapeutic Guide to Saturn, Part 2

Compiled, Researched & Written by Rocky Jamwal | Vedic Siddhanta | Author

Introduction 

The phenomenon known as Shani Sade Sati holds considerable importance within the realm of Vedic astrology, garnering the interest of both astrologers and individuals throughout an extensive period of time. The prevailing belief suggests that it exerts a significant influence on the human existence, affecting diverse domains like professional pursuits, interpersonal connections, and physical well-being. This blog post aims to explore the complexities of Shani Sade Sati, its impacts, and the potential remedial actions that individuals might undertake to navigate through this phase. Shani Sade Sati refers to a significant astrological phenomenon in Hindu astrology that is associated with the planet Saturn.

 

The term “Shani Sade Sati” pertains to the celestial phenomenon wherein the planet Saturn (referred to as Shani) traverses three consecutive zodiac signs, namely the sign preceding an individual’s moon sign (known as Janma Rashi), the moon sign itself, and the subsequent sign. This transit spans a duration of seven and a half years. This particular transit may present difficulties, as Saturn is commonly linked to the concepts of discipline, duty, and diligent effort.

The Shani SadeSati encompasses three distinct phases:

Initial Stage: During this initial phase, the planet Saturn undergoes a transition through the zodiac sign that precedes the sign occupied by the moon. There is a prevailing belief that this phenomenon has a significant influence on an individual’s psychological and emotional state, frequently resulting in feelings of unease and apprehension.

The second phase is characterised by the transit of Saturn through the sign of the moon. The aforementioned phase is often regarded as having a significant influence on multiple facets of existence, including but not limited to one’s professional trajectory, interpersonal connections, and overall well-being. During this particular period, individuals may encounter many barriers and problems.

The third part of the Saturn transit involves the movement of Saturn to the zodiac sign immediately following the moon sign. It is widely considered that this particular phase is associated with a notable sense of relaxation and steadiness following the various hardships encountered in preceding stages.

 

The influence that Shani Sade Sati had

It is possible for people to face a variety of difficulties and roadblocks in a variety of facets of their lives during the season of Shani Sade Sati. The consequences of this phase might differ from person to person based on where Saturn is located in the individual’s birth chart and what sign the individual’s moon is in.

The following are some of the more common  effects of Shani Sade Sati:

  • Difficulties relating to finances
  • Concerns over one’s health
  • Issues with interpersonal connections
  • Professional setbacks
  • A state of emotional upheaval

Alternative Treatments and Safety Measures

 

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Even though Shani Sade Sati might bring about difficulties, there are a number of solutions and preventative measures that folks can do to lessen the impact of its adverse consequences.

1. Praise and Recitation of Mantras

It is possible to lessen the effects of Shani Sade Sati by engaging in regular worship of Lord Shani and by reciting mantras that are dedicated to Saturn. There is a widespread consensus that the Shani Gayatri Mantra and the Shani Beej Mantra are particularly useful.

2. Acts of Benevolence and Contributions

The potentially negative impacts of Saturn can be mitigated by participating in charitable activities and making financial contributions to those who are less fortunate. On Saturdays, it is considered fortunate to make donations of black sesame seeds, black clothing, or anything that have been ironed.

3. The Use of Gemstones for Their Healing Properties

When worn, alternate gemstones such amethyst (also known as jamunia) might help mitigate the unfavourable effects of Saturn’s energies. However, before choosing to wear any gemstone, it is essential to discuss your options with an experienced astrologer.

4. Carry out the necessary remedial rites.

Bringing Saturn into harmony through the performance of rituals such as the Shani Puja or the Shani Homa can help mitigate the effects of the Shani Sade Sati. Before engaging in these ceremonies, it is best to obtain the advice of an experienced astrologer or priest in order to avoid any missteps.

5. Practice’s of Yoga and Meditation

Regular practise of meditation and yoga might assist persons in keeping their mental and emotional equilibrium during the trying times of Shani Sade Sati. These practice’s have the potential to alleviate stress as well as improve general well-being.

6. Good Karma and Self acceptance 

One can make amends for their previous misdeeds and transform unfavourable circumstances into advantageous ones if they repeat the actions of those who have done good. Those who give to charitable causes and make peace with their karma are able to release themselves from the burden of dwelling on their past misdeeds. It is important to maintain one’s practise of donating food goods to charitable institutions as well as to those members of society who are disadvantaged , downtrodden or in need.

7.Respecting Parents, Grand Parents and elder people 

During the time that the sade sati phase is active in your life, you should make sure that you always treat your parents, grandparents, and any other people who are your age or older with respect. This includes showing proper etiquette when interacting with anyone who is older than you. If you don’t, you face the risk of incurring the wrath of Shani Devta, which is something you won’t be able to overcome no matter how hard you try. If this happens, you won’t be able to do anything about it.

You are sabotaging Saturn and your professional life if you are not well-grounded in reality, humble, and respectful towards elders and parents. Even if Saturn is perfectly situated in your horoscope but afflicted or unafflicted, your life will be devastated regardless of the state it is in.

When you do not have a healthy respect for your parents, gurus, or other authority persons in your life, this is the situation you will find yourself in.

After getting married, many indigenous people shirk their responsibilities towards their parents, elders, and grandparents. Additionally, some people forsake their parents and begin a new life away from them, while others send their parents to a foreign country or just let them starve to death.

This is the anger of Lord Karma and the curse that your parents have placed upon you. I have seen examples of this behaviour occurring all over the place. Stopping this practise is essential if one wishes to have a happy existence and stay away from unnecessarily drawing the wrath of Shani Devta into their own lives. Keep in mind that Shani has the deepest affection for his mother and is always courteous towards his elders. Keep in mind that Shani is always respectful towards his elders. This is something that you ought to think about and give some thought to.

8. Taking care of Pets and animals.

One has the option of either donating to charitable groups that assist in the care of animals and other living beings or taking personal responsibility for the upkeep of smaller pets, animals, and other living beings that are unable to speak for themselves or produce food for themselves. notably black birds, ravens, black dogs, and other such creatures.

9.Helping Servants, Labors communities and poor childrens.

Always serve servants, labourer communities, and children with dignity and self-respect, and do not treat them badly while you are running shani sade sati; otherwise, one can face the anger of karma upon them.

10.Performing Sevas in Charity, Food organizations, and Langer in temples, Guru Dwara . 

Donate items like as food and clothing, take part in extended acts of service, and engage in other charitable activities in order to maintain their involvement in charitable and seva activities directed towards elderly people.

Author note :

Involving  himself/herself in Punya karmas and charity is widely seen as very effective during Shai Sade sati, and most importantly, accepting the karmas is most useful, and following the ways of self-acceptance, self realization, Guilt and surrendering towards the Ishwar is the best solution to sail through Shai Sade sati in an effective way. If you try to fight with destiny you may not able to understand how sade sati going to transform you in a positive manner rather one will settle down in frustration and  cursing others during the period of Shani sade sati.  

If folks are prepared with the appropriate treatments and safety measures, they will have an easier time navigating through this time period. People are able to alleviate the bad effects of Shani Sade Sati and harness the positive energies connected with it if they worship Lord Shani, engage in charitable acts, that provide protection, execute restorative rituals, and embrace meditative and yoga practice’s.

Unraveling the Mystery of Shani Sadesati: A Comprehensive Astrological Guide

The Saturn, Mysterious Shani Sadesati and Karmic Remedies : Therapeutic Guide of Saturn – Part 2

In the previous part on mystery of Saturn and its relationship with karma  , we tried to understand the complete analysis of Saturn from every aspect; in this part, our focus will be primarily on the Shani Sade sati, how it is going to impact individual lives, and what a person could do to adhere during the Shani Sade sati process of 7.5 years.

Astrological Understanding of Shani Sadesati 

 

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What actually is Shani SadeSati’s detailed understanding from the author’s viewpoint?

True Meaning of Shani Sade Sati

Sade Sati refers to the period of testing and learning that occurs during Saturn’s transit through the zodiac signs of the 12th, 1st, and 2nd houses from the moon’s natal position over the course of 7.5 years. In the meantime, Saturn has an influence on the natal moon’s 4th and 8th houses, which are respectively related to the mind and health. In order to get a grasp on Sadesati, one must first comprehend what the term “Sadesati” refers to and the role that karmas play in our everyday lives. It is essentially a testing and transformation phase of the karmic actions or praradbha from previous births, and its purpose is to sort out our deeds and help us discover the genuine core of what one should do in any incarnation.

The karmic Actions 

Either you have to face the karmic actions of your deeds from this birth or you have to face the karmic actions of your deeds from 100 years ago, which you either committed in conscious or non-conscious mind, but the law of Karama is that one needs to pay back those sins in any event. Whether you did them in conscious or non-conscious mind. Chances of driving them away or moving away from them are solely dependent on the benevolent intention of the supreme being, which may be to lessen it or increase it depending on how completely you devote yourself. Despite the fact that the principles of karma are absolutely unwavering and divine, if you perform your current karma with the utmost devotion and bhakti bhava, you will be rewarded with a higher state of consciousness.

True Essence 

The essence of sade-sati is to become aware of your unfinished and outstanding karmic obligations, which you have either ignored or disregarded in one or more of your previous lifetimes. If the problem was the sins you had committed, then the period of sade-sati would be a tremendously transformational and intense experience for you. If your Saturn is in its retrograde or ak position, the Saturn Sadesati phase will be a soul-transforming experience for you. Although it will bring you many of ups and downs, it will also make you a sincere devotee of the almighty and highly spiritual so that you can complete the responsibilities that have been given to you or those that have been outstanding from the past.

What matters the most ?

If a person is pure and virtuous from the depths of their soul, or if he is performing his current kiryamani or aagmi karma with the utmost and most selfless care, then there should be no need to worry about or fear sade-sati. If Saturn is digbali or exalted (which means that you are blessed by the Narayana), and if it is well situated in the chart or has good shadbala strength, or if it is well placed in the Saptavargi or Dashavargi charts, then sade-sati would be a blessing to that Native. On some level, he would consider himself a disciple of Karma or Shanidev.

One who believes in and practises the teachings of the Bhagavad Gita and the law of karma does not ever have cause for concern as a result of the karmic consequences of his acts; those who do have cause for concern are those who have been tainted by the six vices in any one of their previous births.

First Phase :  ( Saturn is transiting 12th from Moon )

Saturn’s cycle of 7.5 years can be broken down into three distinct phases using astrology. The first phase of the process instructs and enlightens us through the medium of significant life lessons that are imparted to us by the close relationships (wife, children, friends, loved ones, mother, father, guru, etc.) that we have in our homes. During this time, one can gain a lot of knowledge, both positively and badly, but in the end, everything will work out well for you once Saturn has crossed over their natal degree in their transit chart.

For instance, if Saturn is situated at 15 degrees in your natal chart, the first phase of sade-sati would begin to have an effect on you somewhere around the middle of the first phase of 2.5 years. This would be the time period during which you would be able to begin gaining experience from your life and learning new things.

2nd Phase :  ( Saturn is transiting over Moon )

In the second phase of Sade-sati, we learn about the individualities and weaknesses that we bring upon ourselves as a result of our thoughts and aspirations. In this place, Saturn eliminates our feeble thoughts and never-ending desires, and in reality, it is the primary factor responsible for your birth. When you are able to gain wisdom from your experiences in the past, the Moon will reveal the underlying reason or cause for your previous births.

Lessons and sufferings would be either health sufferings, mental weakness, or anxiety, by enforcing severe discipline in our mind and helping us understand that we must let our desires and greed go out and become satvik from ideology, and that we should not strive to stick to them in order to damage others. This would allow us to learn that we must let our desires and greed go out and become satvik from ideology.

In this place, the locals learn that in order to realise how we must surrender our desires, we must first suffer psychologically and physically. It’s possible that those desires or greeds will become the underlying causes of misery for others in a future life. Therefore, you should always keep a close eye on both your actions and your thoughts over what it is that you are doing in your current life.

3rd Phase :  ( Saturn is transiting 2nd from Moon )

The third phase of Saturn’s Sadesati phase of life provides us with some much-needed rest in our lives and teaches us about the significance of our karmic and familial obligations in the material world. Saturn reminds us in this instance that we must not abandon or split our responsibilities towards our families and that we must instead carry them out in a responsible manner without compromising our own ambitions.

Here, the Lord of Karma tells us that we must not be lazy in all of the family tasks and goals that we have; he shows us why Kutuambh and the relationships that live in them are so vital, and that we must fulfil them with responsibilities. I really hope that this sheds some light on what Lord Shanidev was trying to educate us by way of our fundamental reasons for being born.

 

Introspection on a More General Level and Saturn’s Traits : Understanding 

 

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General Ideology 

When Saturn moves through the twelfth, first, and second houses of a person’s natal moon, an important astrological event known as Saturn Sadesati occurs. It is considered that the native will face both good and bad fortune throughout this seven and a half year transit. Changes in one’s personal and professional lives are possible during Saturn’s Sadesati. To get through this time with your wits about you, it’s important to know the broad characteristics of this transit and how it might affect you specifically.

Saturn Sadesati is a time when one’s patience, tenacity, and endurance are put to the ultimate test. It’s not uncommon for it to cause problems in a person’s professional life, personal relationships, physical health, and financial stability. It’s worth noting, though, that not everyone feels the effects of this time period to the same degree.

Saturn Sadesati’s initial phase begins when the planet moves into the natal moon’s twelfth house. Detachment, introspection, and an increased awareness of the spiritual can characterise this time period. It’s natural for people to reevaluate their life’s trajectory, priorities, and connections during this time.

When Saturn moves into the natal moon’s first house, a new era will begin. During this time, Saturn is in its most restrictive position, ushering in a time of great upheaval and difficulty. A person’s life may be hampered by problems in their professional life, their health, or their personal connections. It’s important to keep your feet on the ground, reach out for help, and keep a positive outlook at this time.

When Saturn moves through the second house from the natal moon, the Sadesati cycle has completed. After enduring difficulties, this period typically ushers in welcome respite and stability. Career advancement, strengthened interpersonal connections, and a sense of personal fulfilment are all possibilities. This final stage is all about putting everything you’ve learnt so far into practise.

Saturn Sadesati’s influence on people can be profound, leading to personal growth and new insights. It’s a time for introspection, learning from one’s mistakes, and developing as a person. The difficulties encountered at this time of change frequently force people to step outside their comfort zones and teach them to rely on their own resources.

Saturn Sadesati might bring professional delays, setbacks, and even career shifts. People should use this time to reevaluate their career aspirations, make any necessary adjustments, and keep going no matter what comes their way. The experiences gained at this time can pave the way to prosperity and security in the future.

Saturn Sadesati can put a strain on relationships by revealing any flaws or incompatibilities. It may lead to fights, breaks, or the recognition of the need for more dedication and mutual understanding. Healthy relationships may require extra effort in the areas of communication, tolerance, and compromise during this time.

Saturn Sadesati can cause difficulties with both mental and bodily health. Self-care, getting medical help when necessary, and living a healthy, well-rounded lifestyle are all important ways for individuals to deal with the stresses of this change. Saturn Sadesati might bring up monetary difficulties or unanticipated costs. Avoid making hasty financial judgements and instead put money aside for the future.

As with every significant astrological transit, the Sadesati of Saturn will have varied affects on different people. In spite of the challenges it may present, adversity can be used to grow immensely as a person and as a spiritual being. It will be easier for people to confront this period with preparation, courage, and optimism if they are familiar with the features of Saturn Sadesati and its probable impacts.

Core Understandingon Sadesati 

Most people are aware of Saturn, a planetary body characterised by its slow movement and icy nature, which evoke an air of imminent devastation. Saturn (Namely Mundane or Medini jyotish) is well known to those who have ever been curious about how the movements of the stars and planets affect human life and mundane affairs. The vast majority of astrological viewpoints see this heavenly body as the most malevolent of all. The acts are frequently accompanied by difficulties, blockages, and time constraints.

When the rare celestial event known as the Saturn transit (or the Shani Sade Sati according to natal astrological phenomena) occurs, it can bring about profound shifts in perspective and insight into one’s own life. According to natal astrology, this occurrence is called the Shani Sade Sati. Depending on where the moon is in the horoscope and its current state, this exceedingly rare astrological event occurs once every thirty years during the course of a person’s lifetime, and lasts for seven and a half years each time but the question is why moon has to see ? Lets understand why moon considering factor in  this.

How come Moon plays role in sadesati ?

 

Why concentrate on the moon for sadesati ? Because it keeps track of all of one’s karmic deeds from prior lifetimes. It exposes hidden desires, both positive and negative, that are constrained by the chart’s North and South Nodes. Because the person is experiencing difficulties caused by the Nodes, we may experience its most detrimental impacts during the Sade Sati.

People who believe Shani is rumoured to direct its attention towards the moon, which is thought to cause immense mental and emotional suffering for people, but in reality, Saturn has a strong influence over their brains (Moon, Mind & Thoughts, the subconscious part of the brain (Mercury)), which is why they demand self-discipline. People who are convinced that Shani is rumoured to turn its attention to the moon.

Why are people afraid during sadesati?  What exactly is it about “observing the moon” that causes individuals to react with such apprehension?  This moon phase is associated with an increase in both internal and subjective suffering.

Because the moon represents both the intellectual and emotional elements of the human experience, this phase of the moon is associated with increased degrees of both. That is why Saturn’s transit over the moon is more crucial than other planets for sadesati, since the mind surrounds itself with concepts of thoughts and wishes and holds secret desires, hidden intentions and agendas towards self and others. When the mind is corrupt, it is extremely likely that one’s own character will be doubtful in nature, and in reverse, one will engage in wrongdoing, which is the source of sorrow in sadesati.

When those who have encountered the astrological phenomenon known as Sade Sati share their stories, a recurrent theme that emerges is the massive disruption that occurred in their lives. This is a recurring issue that comes up when people who have encountered Sade Sati talk about their particular experiences.

This sentiment is generally summed up by the repeated comment, “My life has been completely upended, stopped, or everything has fallen,” but this is not true; it demonstrates that you have restarted your life with a fresh start after experiencing all of life’s transformations, lessons, and learning.

Saturn is well recognised for moving through all of the houses of the horoscope. Despite this, it is often assumed that the outcomes influenced by Saturn’s influence are generally bad in around 9 of the 12 houses. The type of these impacts, on the other hand, is determined not only by the basic configuration of the horoscope, but also by the planetary periods that are currently active in the solar system.

Because Saturn is regarded as one of the more problematic heavenly bodies, the phenomena known as Sade Sati is commonly associated with the expectation of a period of unhappiness. It also indicates that the disruptions in one’s life caused by this occurrence are often negative. Can we be certain that this is the case? During this time, a large number of politicians, celebrities, and artists climbed to the top of their fields and gained global acclaim.

People who have achieved truly coveted goals, substantial employment transformations, transferring to new regions, or inheritances are more likely to be a part of our social network. We are also likely to meet people who have successfully achieved desired familial or parental connections, made substantial professional transitions, or made significant career transfers. This phenomenon operates as both an intellectual and an experienced trigger, causing profound changes within ourselves. It is critical to acknowledge that some adverse effects will arise in this particular situation. It may be tough to maintain a cheerful attitude when there is only a modest amount of outside assistance.

Because the start of Sadesati coincides with the time of year when elderly family members, such as grandparents or other senior relatives, often die, people frequently dwell on their own mortality during this part of Sadesati. The social sphere in which we operate is marked by a number of constraints and demands, and as a result, consideration of our unique views and aspirations is sometimes overlooked. A range of repercussions may be observed within various cycles that each span two and a half years. People in close touch with the subject, notably parents, will most likely feel the negative impacts in the early stages.

The existence of planetary traits may contribute to financial difficulties, excessive expenditure, and debt accumulation. There is a chance that the existence of a planetary aspect will be harmful to the father’s health and will lower the individual’s wealth. There is always the option to relocate or immigrate to another country. The next phase is distinguished by a preoccupation with lunar-related matters as the most pressing concern. According to reports, moms’ health and happiness are declining at an alarming rate. The rates of mortality among people who are parents are quite high throughout this time period.

Depression, social isolation, and existential perplexity are the three most common sorts of suffering in Manas. Saturn has the potential to influence a person’s physical health via influencing the first house. This is due to the fact that the first house represents the body.

The existence of several ailments, or their severity, leads to a decline in the individual’s overall health. It has been observed that the seventh house has a detrimental impact on family dynamics, which frequently leads in the breakup of marriages in modern civilization. The presence of this aspect in the 10th house implies that one’s work and professional endeavours may be hampered by barriers and challenges. It implies that you are likely to confront difficulties, such as changing careers or being dismissed from your current employment.

Difficulties in interpersonal relationships with relatives, children, and other family members (2nd house from the Moon, with an aspect on the 4th house), health issues (with an aspect on the 8th house), and unexpected shocks and situations of force majeure continue to be a problem during the third cycle. During this cycle, financial losses and obstacles remain a problem.

The third appearance of Sade Sati, and occasionally the fourth, marks the culmination of our time on this mortal coil. Now is the moment to call it quits, take a step back, acknowledge that the end of the life cycle is unavoidable, and commit to making the required preparations ahead of time. Shani’s most crucial function is to point us in the direction of our ultimate objective.

When presented with fortunate circumstances, when they receive assistance from their social network, and when they benefit from their parents’ guidance, it is normal for people to fail to think on the existential purpose of their life. Instead, they bask in the pleasures bestowed upon them by their good karma, fooling themselves into believing that this will continue perpetually. As individuals, we frequently feel a sense of grandiosity in connection to our significance because we believe that we are the architects of our own fates and that we have power over our own destinies.

Saturn generates settings in which people feel separated from others, unable to receive help from other sources, and compelled to assume complete responsibility for their own actions and behaviours. Individuals are prompted to pause and think on their actions as a result of life’s interruptions and a sense of material shortage. As a result, they assess the fundamental impulses that drive their ambitions.

It is vital to acquire virtues like as humility, diligence, discipline, self-control, acceptance of the higher will, devotion to dharma, cessation of attributing blame to others, and acceptance of personal responsibility for one’s circumstances throughout this period of time. It is also critical at this time to nurture attributes such as dharma, or the path of righteousness. It is critical that we recognise and value the circumstances that have been predetermined for us.

It is critical to make a concentrated effort to overcome impulses towards judgement and impatience while also prioritising character development through the cultivation of traits such as modesty, commitment, and sympathy. It is critical to quit thinking of oneself as the most important person in the world and instead devote one’s life to the selfless service of others and a higher power. The more one’s affinity for higher powers and commitment to the spiritual journey, the more at ease one will be in navigating this era. This is due to the fact that both higher powers and the spiritual path provide a sense of purpose and significance. People have the opportunity to improve their resilience and overall health if they correctly interpret Saturn’s teachings.

Understanding the Phase of  Shani Sade-Sati : King Vikram Aditya 

 

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Story Begins 

Legends from the time of King Vikramaditya serve as the basis for this story. Once upon a time, the seven gods who presided over the days of the week met in council. There is also the presence of Rahu and Ketu. Both Rahu and Ketu point to a single question. Which god has the biggest influence among us? was the question posed. There was no agreement on this matter.

As a result, they looked to Devraj Indra for a ruling. Devraj Indra believed that the other gods would be dissatisfied with his judgement if he decided in favour of any one of them. Respectfully, he said to the gods, “Esteemed divinities, I, too, possess qualities akin to your own.” So, I’ve been thinking a lot about how difficult it is to rank people on a scale of greatness. So, how can I go about doing something so discerning? I can’t give an objective evaluation.

Everyone should seriously consider making a trip to Earth. Throughout history, King Vikramaditya has stood out. His outstanding judicial abilities have earned him worldwide acclaim and respect. At the story’s climax, every god and goddess presented themselves to King Vikramaditya.

When all the gods showed up at King Vikramaditya’s court, he showed them the utmost respect and begged them for help in whatever way they could. The people told him about their plight. Vikramaditya found the mission extremely difficult. However, the king took on this challenge with grace because of his strong sense of responsibility.

As a result of his deliberation, seven thrones were set up. Gold, bronze, brass, tin, zinc, mica, and iron were used in the sequential construction of the thrones in question. The attendees were assigned seats according to a numbered system. The gold throne was number one, and the iron throne was in third place. Then, King Vikramaditya humbly prayed to the seven gods, asking that they bless the throne in their own unique ways. The Sun god Surya sat on the golden throne, while the planet Saturn’s respresentative, Shani, chose the iron throne.

When the seven gods took their places, Vikramaditya addressed them: “You are entitled to decide your own placements, and no other influence may impose my judgements onto you. Hearing this, the god Shani (also known as Saturn) got up from his seat and spoke to King Vikramaditya, expressing his displeasure at being placed at the bottom of the godly hierarchy.

You don’t know the half of what I’m capable of. The sun stays in one Zodiac sign (Rashi) for almost a month, and in Mars for about a week and a half. Jupiter, in contrast, can stay in a Zodiac for up to thirteen months, while Mercury and Venus can only stay for a single month. The movements of Rahu and Ketu follow a cyclical pattern every eighteen months.

However, my authority only allows me to rule over a zodiac sign for a period of time between 2.5 and 7.5 years. The term “Sade Sathi” is widely used to describe this era. Because of the Sade Saathi era, even the most powerful gods were afraid. When people were angry with Rama, the result was not his elevation to the throne but rather his expulsion. It is now your turn, so be ready. After he finished expressing these ideas, Shani went back.

During the brief “Sade Sathi” time, Shanidev seized control of Vikramaditya’s Zodiac. The sade sathi period of the monarch then began and lasted for seven and a half years. Shani Dev posed as a horse trader and travelled to the kingdom governed by Vikramaditya, where he offered the monarch and queen a variety of exceptionally beautiful horses.

The Story Begins: The Sadesati and the King Vikramaditya 

 

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People were also saying nice things about the horses in question. When King Vikramaditya heard about the strange horses, he sent Ashawapal to find the best one possible. When Ashawapal returned with a beautiful horse, the king was so overjoyed that he immediately wanted to ride it. However, at one point during his ride, the horse suddenly and with incredible speed disappeared into thin air. After a short while, the king found himself in the middle of a vast and forested area.

The person clearly appeared exhausted. The huge size of King Vikramaditya’s kingdom presented a number of difficulties. Shanidev, a deity in Hinduism, was blamed for everything that went wrong.

At the Ujjaini palace, Queen Madenlekha voiced her concern for King Vikramaditya. Shani Dev was the religion of choice for Queen Madenlekha. The woman begged Shani Dev to intervene so that her husband wouldn’t be in danger. Shanidev promised to free your husband after hearing your pleadings on behalf of Queen Madenlekha, but only if he could fulfil his karmic duties.

Due to King Vikramaditya’s absence, there were few state ceremonies held in his honour. After a long journey, Vikramaditya reached a nearby city, where he met an accomplished businessman. That other businessman also forgot to introduce Vikramaditya. King seemed like he was trying to beg for money. Compassionately, the shopkeepers drove him back to his house and set up food delivery. On that day, thanks to the beneficence of the deity Shani Dev, business owners received higher profits.

Beginning of Therapeutic Story

 

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But he saw this person (known only as the King) as a stroke of luck. Keeping this in mind, he decided to keep him living in his home and working for him.

The king was going through a Sade Sathi period. The guy moved into the businessman’s home while using a false name. After some time had passed, the entrepreneur’s children were united in marriage. Within the framework of this marriage, it was Vikramaditya who took on the mantle of responsibility. Together, he and the daughter of a mutual business associate went shopping for wedding essentials. Vikramaditya met Shanidev, who was acting undercover during a business deal, but eventually revealed his genuine identity. Vikramaditya was then shown a picture of a duck by Shanidev.

Everything in the marriage seemed to be going smoothly. The bride’s jewellery mysteriously vanished before the wedding. A duck, as illustrated in the accompanying pictorial representation, swallowed the necklace. The business owner’s wife questioned the king about the necklace, but the king was at a loss to explain its significance to her.

The suspect was apprehended by a King Chandrasen loyalist because he or she suspected the monarch of being a thief.

It was widely believed that King Vikramaditya’s greatest threat came from King Chandrasen. King Chandrasen was filled with overwhelming happiness at seeing Vikramaditya. He gave the order for his troops to cut off both of King Vikramaditya’s limbs at the same time. Vikramaditya spoke out in surprise when he heard this order. His hands and feet were nonetheless chopped off by the soldiers.

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Both of the king’s limbs had been amputated. He was standing around like a homeless person. After seeing someone working on an oil seed crusher, often known as a “Teli,” the observer felt sympathetic towards the operator. In addition to feeding him, he drove him back to his house. In addition, he treated the king’s wounds, and after a few days, Teli taught him how to use the bullocks and the grinding machine effectively. Vikramaditya is currently at full operational capacity. Time continued to tick along. Sade Sathi’s rule was coming to a close.

The king was preoccupied with his chores on a night when he was alone. A musical composition was being sung by the person. The vocals had a soothing, tuneful sound. The person in question was disturbing the nighttime peace with their vocalisations. A princess in the nearby kingdom heard a beautiful song, and she became deeply enamoured with the singer, named Vikramaditya.

The royal lady called for her butler and introduced the entertainer to him. A short time later, the servant came back and informed the princess that the singer in question was a subordinate of Teli who also happened to have a physical impairment. Princess, after witnessing the aforementioned performance, decided to wed the singer in question so that she wouldn’t have to go through life alone. Princess’s parents were hurt and angry when they found out about this decision. But they were ready to make that call in the end.

The king, who is the princess’s father, addressed the Teli with the goal of proposing a marriage alliance. The king gave Teli orders to help arrange the wedding of the disabled man to the king’s daughter. Although Teli first had reservations about getting married, she eventually changed her mind and showed more enthusiasm for the institution of monarchy.

The marriage between the princess and Vikramaditya, who is handicapped, had been dissolved. However, the princess’s parents voiced their disapproval. King Vikramaditya got a little shut-eye during the nighttime hours of his honeymoon. King Vikramaditya dreamed that the god Shani Dev appeared to him and told him that in the pantheon of gods, he was at the bottom. The aforementioned occurrences occurred as a result of my viewpoint being influenced by your particular experiences.

This person’s poor decision-making has caused them a great deal of emotional suffering. However, the time of Sade Sathi is over. The news brought the king great happiness, and he immediately began praying to Shani dev in the hopes of avoiding future misfortunes of the same nature.

The god agreed to the king’s pleadings and then disappeared.
When King Vikramaditya awoke, he was shocked to find that his hands and feet still looked the same. The princess and her family were overjoyed to be present for this. The monarch (the princess’s father) was overcome with joy and thankfulness upon learning of the presence of a disabled individual who bore the title of monarch Vikramaditya.

This information was quickly transmitted to all areas and those nearby. The commercially active person learned about this as well, and felt regret for their treatment of Vikramaditya as a result. He went up to Vikramaditya and apologised humbly for his behaviour, saying, “I sincerely apologise for my inappropriate conduct towards you.”

In addition, he invited him to join him for supper. King Vikramaditya obligingly agreed to the man’s request, and the next day he attended a dinner party at the mansion of a wealthy businessman. King Vikramaditya made the following declaration while dining at the home of a wealthy businessman: “I shall partake of my evening repast within the very chamber where the aforementioned necklace was misplaced.”

Without asking any questions, the businessman set up the dinner in the allotted space. The Vikramadityas were stunned to discover that the necklace’s source was the identical duck shown in the painting. Everyone present in the house witnessed the imaging phenomenon. The businessman was so overjoyed that he also decided to set up a marriage between his daughter and Vikramaditya.

After being away for a while, King Vikramaditya has returned to his domain. When Vikramaditya returned to his kingdom victorious, Queen Madenlekha was overjoyed. After this, King Vikramaditya ordered his courtiers to employ drums to announce an important announcement during the next court session.

The statement highlighted God Shani’s strength by comparing it to that of other deities. As a result, the courtiers were commanded to show their devotion to Shani dev by fasting every Saturday.

As a result, King Vikramaditya instituted a weekly sacrosanct ceremony on Saturdays throughout his dominion to pay homage to Shani Dev. This ends the story of Vikram Aditya and Shade Dev, which gives us lessons about humility, honesty, and how karma gets fruitful.

 

(Reference and Source: Greatness of Saturn: A Therapeutic Myth by Robert E. Svoboda)

 

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1.In order to demonstrate devotion to Shani Dev, it is customary to ignite a mustard oil lamp within the temple premises, specifically in front of the Shani Dev Idol, on a weekly basis. This ritual is to be observed on Saturdays, either for a duration of 11 consecutive Saturdays or 7 consecutive Saturdays during the nighttime hours or one should make a practise for whole life.

2.On Saturdays, it is customary to distribute Khichdi, a dish prepared with Kaali Maa Ki Daal and rice, to both the impoverished individuals and the devotees at the Shani Mandir or shrine.

3. Utilize black sesame seeds and black lentils (Vigna mungo) in conjunction with til or mustard oil, afterwards applying the resulting mixture onto the iron or black stone idol of Shanidev situated within the temple. Perform this task on a weekly basis, specifically on 40 consecutive Saturdays or alternatively on 11 consecutive Saturdays or one can follow it for whole life, make sure intension should be with mercy and self resolution .

4.On a designated day, individuals may provide leather chappals, blankets, and umbrellas to underprivileged individuals in need, in the vicinity of the Shani temple.

5.On a designated day of the week, specifically Saturday, individuals are encouraged to provide sustenance to individuals afflicted with leprosy or physical disabilities in close proximity to the Shani Dev Temple.

6. Read the Shani Stuti after lighting a Til oil lamp under a Pipal tree on Saturdays. Below here is the
Shani Stuti.

Konastha pingalobabhruh
Krishnoroudraantakoyamah
Souri, shanaischaro mandah
Pippaladishu sansthitah

7. Start worshipping Lord Shani Dev every Saturday, those who having an afflicted Saturn in their horoscope and they should light a sesame lamp to Shani dev temple on every Saturday and should recite “
Dashrath Krit Neela Shani Stotra ” either for 40 days or for continues 40 Saturdays.
Here is the stotra for same From Skanda Purana, The following is the Dasharatha Shani Stotra from Padma Purana :
Dhyaathwa Saraswatim Devim Gananatham Vinayakam.
Raja Dasharathah sthothram Saureridhamathakaroth.
Namo Neela mayukhaya Neelothpala nibhaya cha,
Namo Nirmaansa dehaaya Deergha shmashru jataaya cha,
Namo Vishaala nethraaya Shushkodhara bhayaanaka
Namah parushagathraya sthularomaaya Vai namah
Namo nithyam Kshudhaarthaaya Nithyathapthaya Vai namah
Namah Kaalaagni rupaaya Krthaanthaka namoshthuthe,
Nameste Kotaraakshaaya Durnireekshyaaya Vai namah Namo
Ghoraaya Raudraaya Bheeshanaaya Karaaline Nameste Sarva bhakshaaya Valeemukha namosthuthe
Surya putra namestesthu bhaskare bhaya dhayaka

Adho-drushte namasthubhyam vapuhshyaama namosthutheNamo Manda-gathe thubhyam nisthrinshaaya namo namah

Thapasa dagdha-dehaya nithyam yogarathaya cha

Namesthe gyaana nethraya kashyapathmaja sunave

Thushto dadasi Vai raajyam rushto harasi Thathkshanaath

Devaasura manushyaashcha pasupakshisareesrpaah

Thvaya vilokithaah saure dainyamaashu Vrjanti cha

Brahmaa shakro yamashchaiva rishayah saptha-tharakaah

Rajya bhrashtaashcha t’e sarve thava drishtyaa vilokithaah

Deshaa nagara graamaa dweepashechai vaadrayasththaa

Raudra Dhrushtyaa t’u ye drushtaah kshayam gacchanti thath kshanaath

Prasaadam Kuru me saure varaartheham thavaashrithah

Saure kshamasvaaparaadham sarvabhutha hithaayacha

8.One effective approach for mitigating the impacts of Sade-sati and other Dasha influences is to engage in the frequent recitation of the Hanuman Chalisa and Bajrang Baan, as a means of appeasing Hanuman ji.

9. It is recommended to engage in the act of offering prayers to Lord Shiva, as Lord Shiva is regarded as the spiritual guide or mentor of Lord Saturn. To attain a good life, one may opt to engage in the practise of Rudra Abhishek with Bel Patra and other Pancha Amritam, or alternatively, recite Rudra Ashtakam on Mondays and Saturdays.

10.It is recommended to provide crows, which are considered the vehicle of Lord Shanidev, with a prepared meal from one’s own morning repast on a daily basis. It is imperative to exhibit kindness and compassion for individuals occupying various positions of lower socioeconomic status, such as maids, servants, vendors, hawkers, labourers, cleaners, and other individuals engaged in low-grade occupations. It is imperative to refrain from attempting to appropriate their financial resources or subjecting them to any form of harassment. Ensure timely payment of their obligations and earn the affection of Saturn.

11.It is imperative to demonstrate unwavering loyalty for one’s parents (including grandparents) and provide them with affectionate care throughout their lives. This practise is akin to the deep affection that Lord Shani-dev holds for his mother, emanating from the depths of his heart. It is imperative to refrain from exhibiting contempt and carelessness towards one’s parents, since such actions may potentially incur the displeasure and consequences associated with the divine entity known as Shani Dev. Despite encountering certain conflicts with his father, Surya Dev, Shani Dev harbours genuine reverence for him deep within his being.

12.One effective remedy for mitigating the effects of Sade Sati is to engage in the daily recitation of the Maha-Mantra dedicated to Lord Saturn.

“Om nilanjana samabhasam | Ravi putram yamagrajam ||

Cahaya martanda samhubhutam | Tama namami Shanescharam||”

13.Individuals experiencing the astrological phenomenon known as Sade Saati are advised to diligently repeat the Shani Mahamantra a total of 23,000 times over a span of either 7 or 12 years. The recitation of the Shani Mahamantra should be completed within a period of 23 days. Therefore, by the regular recitation of the Shani Mahamantra using a ‘mala’ 10 times per day, the completion of the recitation will occur during a span of 23 days.

14. Recite the 108 appellations of Shani Dev, also known as Shani Dev Ashtottara Shatnamavali daily

Conclusion

Both versions aim to be as comprehensive as possible in their treatment of Saturn, Karma, and Sadesati. Since Sadesati is such a massive Saturn transit with so many varying effects, it’s crucial to have a thorough understanding of these phases before making any predictions. assumptions & any guess work. Despite its unpleasantness, adversity provides us with an opportunity to toughen up and become more resilient. In order to meet the challenges of Saturn Sadesati with greater self-awareness, fortitude, and optimism, it is helpful to have a firm grasp on the period’s underlying features and impacts. Keep in touch, keep sharing, never stop teaching and learning, and do your part to support the blogs you read by clicking on the ads that run on them. Do your share thoughts and ideas in comment section to improve future blogs.

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Expressing gratitude and extending salutations,

Rocky Jamwal

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Unveiling Ayurvedic & Astrological Wonders of Bel Patra/Bilwa Tree -Plant for Visakha Nakashtra

Bilwa tree vedicsiddhanta

Written, Research and compiled | by Rocky Jamwal | August 2023

Unveiling Ayurvedic & Astrological Wonders of Bel Patra or Bilwa Tree – Healing Plant for Visakha Nakashtra

Indulge in our detailed exploration, examining the profound spiritual and curative privileges granted by the exceptional Bel Patra tree. Dive in, enrich your knowledge to explore ayurvedic and astrological miracles of bel patra or bilwa tree. Ayurveda is an old Indian medical science, while astrology is an ancient branch of the study of the heavens and their influence on human health. Together, these two fields shed light on the incredible relationship that exists between the natural world and the health of individuals. The astrological characteristics of Visakha Nakshatra are intertwined with the healing concepts of Ayurveda, and the constellation Bel Patra acts as a bridge between these two realms.

Introduction 

According to an urban legend, the Bilwa Tree is said to have arisen from drops of perspiration that fell from Lord Shiva’s brow when he was participating in a celestial dance. This supernatural link with one of the Hindu trinities dramatically boosted the stature of Bel Patra, making it revered and cherished by devotees all over India.

In Vedic rites and astrology, the Bilwa tree, which is also known as Aegle marmelos, is considered to be of the utmost significance. Lord Shiva is one of the most adored gods in the religion of Hinduism, and this holy tree is seen as a representation of him. Because of their spiritual and therapeutic powers, the leaves, fruits, and roots of the tree are essential components in a variety of religious rites and practises.

It is said that Lord Shiva can be seen dwelling in the Bilwa tree, according to Hindu scriptures. It is stated that bestowing worship on this tree will result in an abundance of benefits and good fortune. The tree is revered during religious celebrations and other happy events because it is thought to bestow virtues such as cleanliness, fertile offspring, and financial success.

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The Ayurvedic/Herbal Plant Bel Patra – Plant for Visakha Nakashtra

 

The Bilwa tree is utilised in a number of different ways throughout Vedic rites in order to call upon the divine for blessings. Garlands made out of the tree’s leaves are presented as an act of devotion to many deities. Garlands are made from the tree’s leaves. It is believed that making a gift of bilwa leaves to Lord Shiva will make him happy and will result in the requests being granted.

The holy Bilwa Patra Pooja is another ritual that makes significant use of the Bilwa tree in many ways. Prayers are said, mantras are chanted, and an offering ritual called aarti is performed using the Bilwa leaves. It is believed that by doing this action, one can cleanse negative energies from the surrounding area and so create an atmosphere that is spiritually chared.

The Importance of Astrological Factors of Bel Patra

According to astrological tradition, the Bilwa tree is connected to the planet Jupiter and Visakha Nakashtra, which is thought to bestow enlightenment, spiritual development, and prosperity upon its owners. It is believed that inviting good energies into a space and positively influencing one’s destiny can be accomplished by cultivating a Bilwa tree either indoors or outside.

In addition, according to Vedic astrology, worshipping the Bilwa tree can minimise the bad effects and result in positive improvements in a person’s life if they are going through a tough phase while being influenced by Jupiter’s malefic effects. This can be especially beneficial if the person is experiencing the difficult phase because of Jupiter’s malefic influences.

Biological and Medicinal classification of Bael

 

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The scientific classification of bael is as below
  • Kingdom: Plantae (Angiosperms)
  • Order: Sapindales
  • Family: Rutaceae
  • Subfamily: Aurantioideae
  • Tribe: Aurantieae
  • Genus: Aegle
  • Species: A. marmelos
  • Binomial name: Aegle marmelos

Various names of Bael

  • English name:  Wood apple
  • Arabic:  Safarjale
  • Bengali:  Belpatthar ka paid
  • Hindi:  Bael
  • Marathi:  Belaache zaad
  • Tamil:  Vilvamaran
  • Sinhala:  Beli
  • Gujarati:  Billu
  • Kannada:  Belladi hannu
  • Konkani:  Gorakamili
  • Malyalam:  Koolam
  • Marathi:  Bel
  • Odia:  Baela
  • Urdu:  Bael
  • Indonesia:  Maja
  • Thai:  Matum

Ayurvedic Properties of Bael Tree

 

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Bael, scientifically known as Aegle marmelos, is a plant of significant spiritual, religious, and medical importance, indigenous to India and Bangladesh, with subsequent distribution over Southeast Asia.

The maturation process of the fruit typically spans a duration of approximately 10 to 11 months. The wood apple possesses inherent qualities of sweetness, fragrance, and astringency. Bel, also known as Aegle marmelos, is a plant that possesses numerous advantageous properties and applications. It has been traditionally employed for the treatment of various ailments including tuberculosis, hepatitis, dysentery, constipation, peptic ulcers, piles, and a multitude of other conditions.

Furthermore, it has demonstrated utility in the treatment of worm infestations and gastrointestinal disorders. Bael or Aegle marmelos, commonly referred to as Bengal quince, golden apple, Japanese bitter orange, stone apple, among other names, is a plant species of interest. This fruit is recognised by multiple appellations, including Wood Apple, Kaitha, Maredu Pandu, Vilam Palam, Belada Hannu, Koovalam, Kothu, Koth Bel, and others. This particular plant is unique among Ayurvedic plants as all of its components, ranging from the root to the leaf, are utilised in the treatment of various ailments.

The consumption of this fruit is believed to have a harmonising effect on the Kaph and Vata doshas. Additionally, its roots have been traditionally associated with enhancing digestive processes, while its leaves are claimed to possess analgesic properties. Furthermore, the stem of this fruit is believed to have a positive impact on cardiovascular health, and the flowers of the bel plant have been traditionally used for the treatment of diarrhoea.

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In the study conducted by V. NIGAM and V. S. NAMBIAR, it is stated that Aegle marmelos, also known as Bael, is a plant that is mentioned in the ancient Sanskrit medical text, Charak Samhita. The plant in question is widely recognised as a medicinal herb within the Ayurvedic and Siddha systems of medicine, as well as in several folk medicine traditions. It is commonly employed to address a diverse range of health conditions. Aegle Marmelos, also referred to as bael, is a member of the Rutaceae family.

According to Ayurvedic principles, bael is classified as a tridosh har, meaning it is believed to possess therapeutic properties that can alleviate imbalances associated with the three doshas: bile, wind, and phlegm. Aegle marmelos, often known as Bilva, holds significant religious and cultural importance in Hinduism since it is believed to symbolise the divine presence of Lord Shiva. This sacred tree is revered for its spiritual attributes and is said to possess mystical powers.

The Bilwa tree, also known as the Bael tree, possesses considerable religious and cultural importance in Hindu mythology, primarily due to its strong association with Lord Shiva. According to prevalent belief, Bilwa leaves hold significant importance in the ritualistic worship of Lord Shiva, since they are believed to serve as a dwelling place for the deity.

The leaves of the Bilwa tree have a trifoliate morphology, which symbolically represents the three primary qualities, known as gunas, namely sattva, rajas, and tamas. The term “sattva” is used to symbolise a state of purity, while “rajas” is associated with passion, and “tamas” is indicative of ignorance. Devotees participate in the ritualistic practise of presenting these leaves as an endeavour to cleanse and enhance their cognitive, corporeal, and metaphysical capacities, so cultivating a more profound communion with the transcendent being, Lord Shiva.

In the context of the veneration of Lord Shiva, adherents engage in the act of presenting a range of offerings, encompassing floral tributes, water, and fragrant substances such as incense. Nevertheless, the act of presenting Bilwa leaves carries a distinct importance. It is widely believed that the leaves possess the ability to appease Lord Shiva and bestow his divine gifts. As per the Shiva Purana, the act of presenting a trifoliate Bilwa leaf to Lord Shiva is considered equivalent to the offering of one thousand lotus blossoms. According to belief, the act of presenting this little tribute is said to be reciprocated by Lord Shiva, who bestows rewards as an expression of his devotion and affection.

The act of venerating Lord Shiva through the utilisation of Bilwa leaves is widely regarded to confer a multitude of advantages to adherents. Several examples of these include:

The act of offering Bilwa leaves with extreme dedication is believed to possess the ability to cleanse sins and negative karma, hence bestowing spiritual purity.

The acquisition of wisdom: It is believed that the Bilwa leaves create vibrations that might improve concentration, so facilitating the acquisition of knowledge and comprehension.

Physical and psychological healing: The therapeutic attributes of Bilwa leaves are recognised for their efficacy in alleviating many diseases and enhancing mental health.

The purported ability of Bilwa leaves to ward off malevolent forces and bad influences is attributed to the believed presence of Lord Shiva within them, which is said to establish a defensive barrier against such detrimental energies and maleficent entities.

Hence, the integration of the veneration of Lord Shiva alongside the use of Bilwa leaves within an individual’s spiritual regimen can yield profound and transformative outcomes in their existence.

The Bilwa tree is of great importance in the Shiva Purana, serving as a representation of profound devotion and spiritual advancement. Devotees engage in the act of presenting Bilwa leaves to Lord Shiva as a means of purifying themselves and beseeching his divine blessings. The advantages of this revered practise transcend the world of the physical, resulting in enhanced mental, emotional, and spiritual welfare. When encountering a Bilwa tree in the future, it is advisable to pause and acknowledge its inherent sanctity and the profound wisdom it embodies.

Embrace the ethos of unwavering commitment and observe its profound impact on the trajectory of your life.

What Scriptures says about Bilwa Tree:

 

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Sri Sooktam Says ;

According to belief, the Bilva tree is said to have originated from the divine presence of Goddess Sri Maha Lakshmi. Additionally, the Sri Sooktham hymn serves as a form of praise and adoration for the revered Goddess Lakshmi.

“Aadithya varnae tapassodhi jaatho
Vanaspathi stava vrukshotha bilvaha
Tasya phalani tapasaanudantu
Mayaantha raayaashcha baahya alakshmeehi”

 

The translation of this stotra is given below.

“Oh Lakshmi, your complexion is like that of a morning sun; a vanaspathi (tree bearing fruits without flowering) called Bilva was brought forth as a result of your pious acts of austerity. My miseries and poverty, both internal (ignorance) and external, may be driven away by the fruits of the tree thanks to your favour. One who does austerities under a bilva tree and focuses their meditation on the deity Sri Maha Lakshmi is said to be blessed with the ability to have all of their wishes come true. This is a belief that has been passed down from generation to generation. 

 

What Shiv Mahapurana Says;

The Bilva tree has been revered and regarded as a sacred and auspicious entity in Hindu writings and scriptures throughout history. Its profound sanctity is explicitly highlighted in the Mahapuranas, where its importance is elucidated through diverse manifestations of mantras. The Shiva Purana provides a specific account on the advantageous employment of bilva in human society, citing its scientific and therapeutic characteristics.

The 22nd chapter of the Maha Shiva Purana recounts the significance of the trifoliate Bilva Patra as a sacred symbol of Lord Shiva. Esteemed by all deities, the significance of this entity is challenging for individuals to fully grasp. The knowledge of the sacred tree is inherently limited in scope. The placement of sacred sites on Earth is exclusively situated at the foundation of this revered tree.

Individuals who engage in the practise of meditation upon Lord Mahadeva, namely in His linga form situated at the base of the Bilva tree, are able to achieve Moksha, the ultimate liberation, and experience spiritual purification through their connection with Shiva. The aforementioned wonders pertain to the revered Bilva.

The renowned Shri Bilvashtakam, namely in verses 6 and 7, makes reference to.

 

Lakshmyaascha stana utpannam Mahaadeva sadaa priyam, Bilva vriksham prayachchhaami eka bilvam Shivaarpanam. [Lakshmyaascha stana utpannam Mahaadeva sadaa priyam].

Darshanam bilva vrikshasya sparshanam paapanaashanam and Aghorapaapasamhaaram eka bilvam shivarpanam are both examples of bilvam shivarpanam.

 

Translation:

“I offer a single bilva leaf to Lord Shiva, who always holds great affection for the breasts that have emerged from the goddess Lakshmi. The act of beholding the bilva tree is believed to have the power to eliminate sins, while touching it is considered to be an act of purification. Offering a single bilva leaf to Lord Shiva is believed to be capable of absolving even the most heinous sins.”

The Bilva tree holds a special significance for Mahadeva since it is said to have originated from the divine essence of Goddess Lakshmi. I request the tree to present a bilva leaf as an offering to Lord Shiva. The act of observing the Bilva tree and making physical contact with it is believed to possess the ability to absolve individuals of their transgressions. The most severe karmic consequences can be mitigated through the act of presenting a Bilva leaf as an offering to the deity Lord Shiva.

According to popular belief, the bel tree is also considered to be the abode of Lakshmi, the deity associated with wealth. Individuals who engage in the ritualistic practise of puja, specifically directed towards the deities Shiva and Parvati, with unwavering devotion and employing the utilisation of leaves, shall be bestowed with profound spiritual abilities.

Spiritual Essence of Bilwa Tree

 

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Offerings of leaves have been made to gods and goddesses like Shiva and Parvathi in religious ceremonies going all the way back to ancient times. The Bael tree is a sacred deciduous tree that is closely associated with a number of gods and goddesses due to its significant medicinal properties, in particular its calming effects. The aforementioned tree is extremely well-liked in Shiva and Vishnu temples, and it is frequently referred to as the temple garden plant because of its prevalence in these religious spaces.

It is possible to cultivate it in any dwelling that is used for domestic purposes. This particular plant has trifoliate leaves, which are arranged in a manner that is symbolic of the three main deities of Hinduism: Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva. There is a striking resemblance between the individual leaflets of the trifoliate leaves and the trisoolam, which is the legendary weapon linked with Lord Shiva. The sacred importance of the tree extends to the Jain religion as well.

Under a bael tree, Bhagwan Parasnathji, the 23rd Tirthankara, attained knowledge and became the Tirthankara. In temples dedicated to Shiva, worshippers receive leaflets as prasadam, and in temples dedicated to Vishnu, they receive tulsi. The religious significance of Bael cannot be overstated. In the context of the Hindu religion, it is common practise to make offerings to various deities during prayer rituals by presenting the leaves and fruit of a specific plant. The worship of Shiva is given a particular focus within this setting.

In addition, the leaves of this plant are utilised in the religious ceremonies of the Viva Rupra and the Parvati. There is ample evidence that the fruit is utilised in religious rites and ceremonies, as well as that it is mentioned in both the Vedas and the Mahabharata.

In the research paper that Neha Parmar, Suman Singh, and Bhupesh Patel produced, a detailed historical and ethno-medical analysis of Bilva Patra is provided. An extensive number of references from ancient writings such as the Yajurveda, Atharvaveda, Brahmanas, Kalpasutras, and Puranas are cited in the work, which is an indication of the broad acceptance and use of bilva in traditional medicinal practises.

This topic is also discussed in the Mahabharata and the Ramayana, both of which were written by Valmiki. The Taitiriya Brahamana mentions the Bilva tree as a tree linked with auspiciousness, while the Baudhayana Dhamasutra acknowledges the Bilva tree as one of the venerated trees in its historical setting. It was believed that the fruit known as bilva, which was considered to be the most sacred of all fruits at the time, held enormous religious and cultural significance in the historical context of ancient India.

It was most frequently utilised in temple settings as the major food offering that was delivered to the gods and goddesses there. The coconut has surpassed the bilva fruit as the fruit of choice for religious offerings in modern times. It is also commonly regarded as a symbol of total submission to a superior authority at this time. The symbolism of the Bilva plant is prominently featured throughout the Hindu faith.

On the crown and the trident of Shiva, the trifoliate leaves of the Bilva plant are depicted extensively in prominent positions. In addition, the three points at the end of each leaf represent the holy trinity that is comprised of Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva. In order to lessen the impact of the unfavourable effects, the amulets were fashioned and worn with the intention of doing so. The plant in question has been extensively acknowledged as a symbol of corpulence and fecundity due to its progressive development from the base to the uppermost branches, which is accompanied by an annual production of fruits. This has led to the plant being widely identified as a representation of corpulence and fecundity.

One of the eight leaves of bilva that are presented to Lord Shiva as an offering is believed to be the Mokshasadhanam, or the means by which one can achieve liberation, in accordance with the Lingarchanchandrika, which is a sacred text. This belief is based on the belief that one of these leaves is the Mokshasadhanam. According to Maitra, the bilva tree has a reputation for being able to encapsulate the spirit of heavenly illumination. The Shankhyana Aranyaka suggests that in order to accomplish a number of goals, one should adorn themselves with the ‘Bilva Mani’ as a type of decoration. This is done in the hopes of achieving the results they seek.

The elimination of unpleasant dreams (Dusvapnanashana), the destruction of malicious energies (Rakshoghna), the accomplishment of rejuvenation and longevity (Rasayana), the maintenance of progeny (Prajasthapana), and the protection against venomous substances (Vishaghna) are some of these benefits.

Bathing with water that has been flavoured with Bilva Patra is considered to be a traditional part of the wedding ceremony. In addition, the Upanayana Samskara recommends that its practitioners dress in bilva-danda. Bilva was used as a tool or implement by the Babylonians circa 7000 years ago. According to the findings of a study that was carried out in 1996 by Alimas and colleagues, the significance of trees extends to the Jain religion. The Jain people regard trees as sacred because of their connection to Bhagwan Parasnathji, the 23rd Tirthankara, who is believed to have attained enlightenment while sitting beneath a Bilva tree.

It is stated in the Agnipurana that the act of inhaling the oil that is extracted from this particular plant is thought to enhance the individual’s poetic powers as well as promote lifespan.

In addition, gastroenteritis can be treated by administering a decoction that is made of Bilva fruits, Mangifera indica, Dolicos lablab, Woodfordia fruiticosa, and Zingiber ofcinale, together with molasses and buttermilk. Another treatment option that is indicated is the consumption of a decoction that is comprised of bilva, aconitum heterophyllum, and holerrhena antidysenterica. This is an alternative treatment. Traditional beliefs ascribe curative qualities to bilva, specifically those that enable it to alleviate fevers, as well as the discomfort and coughing that accompany fevers.

The Shiva Mahapurana & the Story of hunter

 

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In the Shiva Purana, the story of the repercussions of venerating Lord Shiva with the bel leaf is recounted in narrative form.

On the night of Maha Shivaratri, a hunter was driven to go out and engage in hunting activities because of the urgent need to satisfy the hunger of his family. Due to the fact that this day is devoted to the worship of Lord Shiva, it carries with it a tremendous religious significance.

In the end, the hunter was unsuccessful in his attempts to find any game. The individual climbed up a tree that was located close to a body of water and assumed a stance of expectancy, with the hopes of witnessing a creature that was unaware of its surroundings that was seeking hydration. This person had no idea that the tree they had climbed was actually a bilva tree until after they had reached the top. A Shivling, an artefact that represents the god Shiva and is venerated for its role in religious worship, was found near the bottom of the tree where it had been planted.

The person consistently scattered bilva leaves into the ground over the night, and these leaves eventually settled on the Shivling. This behaviour continued until the morning. Because of the hunter’s unintentional worship of Lord Shiva, he was able to undergo a profound transformation that endowed him with the attributes of empathy and comprehension. As a result, he was released from the burden of the negative actions he had committed in the past.

The advent of the bilva tree is said to have been caused by the perspiration of Parvati, who is the consort of Shiva, according to the Nagara Khanda of the Skanda Purana.

As a result of all of the strenuous tasks that she engaged in, the goddess Parvati, who is also known as the renowned Daughter of the Mountain, became exhausted. Her forehead began to sweat, and a bead of moisture eventually fell to the ground below. The Mandara mountain, which is rather visible, is home to a tree that has achieved great growth.

Parvati suggested that the tree, which had emerged from the earth near to her, be given the name Bilva. Bilva was the name of one of the gods.

If a person approaches this tree with the utmost reverence and collects its leaves, they will surely elevate themselves to the position of supreme ruler over the surrounding territory. If a person with steadfast faith were to engage in the act of worship towards me, using the leaves as a conduit, they would be able to have any wish they had come true that they may have. If a person is able to maintain even a rudimentary level of belief in the ritual of worship while looking at the leaves of the bilva plant, then I will definitely bestow abundant blessings upon that person.

If a person makes the decision to consume the very tip of the foliage, then a great number of their indiscretions are automatically removed from their record. In the event that an individual places the tip of a leaf upon their cranium, it is believed that no type of pain delivered by Yama, the Hindu deity of death, shall cause that individual to experience misery. This is because the apex of the leaf is placed upon the individual’s head.

The leaf known as Bilva-Patrais comes from a tree in the Hindu religion that is considered to be sacred. This tree is named Bael (). Its sanctity is analogous to that of the leaves of the Tulsi plant. In point of fact, the use of Bilva-Patra by Shiva is analogous to the use of Tulsi leaves by Vishnu. In English, the word “Bael” can also be translated as “Stone Apple,” “Wood Apple,” “Golden Apple,” or “Bengal Quince.” It is most generally referred to as Bael or Bel in Hindi, and a leaf of Bael is referred to as Bel-Patta. The bird is called “Aegle Marmelos” in the scientific community.The word for this in Sanskrit is Bilva-Patra.

In Hindu Scriptures, it is said to have originated within the chest of the goddess Lakshmi. The following is made abundantly obvious by the sixth “Shloka” of the “Bilvashtakam”:

 

लक्ष्म्याः स्तनत उत्पन्नं महादेवस्य प्रियम्

बिल्ववृक्षं प्रयच्छामिबिल्वपत्रं शिवार्पणं 6

                            Lakshmya stanat utpannam mahadevasya ch priyam

                            bilvavriksham prayachchhami bilvapatram shivarpanam.

Meaning:

I make this offering of the bael tree, which is said to have grown from the centre of Goddess Lakshmi and is favoured by Mahadev. As a result, I make an offering of Bilva-Patra to the god Shiva.

 

A Bilva-Patra leaf is a compound leaf, which means it is composed of three individual leaflets. Shiva is quite fond of the Bilva-Patra, which has three leaves, and it is given to him as an offering. It is quite uncommon for a single leaf to produce more than three leaflets, which is one of the things that attracts the attention and interest of devotees. On the premises of the Baba Baidyanathdham Temple, where the complex is located, I have witnessed such leaves being offered for sale at a higher price. However, it is not appropriate to present Shiva with these leaves, as it is made abundantly plain in the first “Shloka” of the “Bilvashtakam” as follows:

 

त्रिदलं  त्रिगुणाकारं  त्रिनेत्रं  च  त्रयायुधम् 

त्रिजन्म पापसंहारम् बिल्वपत्रं शिवार्पणं ।1। 

Tridalam trigunakaram trinetram ch tryaudham
trijanma pap-sanharam bilvapatra Shivarpanam.

Meaning:

(As an offering, I present the three-leafed Bilva-patra, which possesses the attributes of Sat, Raj, and Tam, which symbolises the three eyes of Shiva as well as the three weapons, and which purges the sins of three previous incarnations.)

 

Explanation : 

This “Shloka” is also spoken when presenting Shiva with the bilva-patra sacrifice. In addition to having three leaflets, it should have the following characteristics: it should be soft, without holes, without spots (), and unbroken. It is necessary to cut away the more substantial portion of the ‘Belpatta’ twig () that is linked to the tree (called a vajra). When making an offering to Shiva or any of the other gods, the “Belpatra” should be turned over so that the smooth side is towards the “Linga” and the pointy end should be facing away from the devotee. There is a text called the “Bilvashtakam” that is eight verses long and discusses the significance of Bilva-Patra.

In order to prepare the leaves for the offering, a white sandalwood paste () is either rubbed into them or sprinkled over them. The beverage known as Bilva-Patra is presented to not only Shiva but also each and every member of the Shiva family ( ), including Nandi the Guard. Ganesh, Gouri (Shakti), and her incarnations like as Durga, Kaali, and Kartikeya are all given Bilva-Patra as an offering.

People sometimes write “” with sandalwood paste () or kunkum () on leaflets and then gift them to Shiva since Shiva is similar to a follower of Rama. Since Hanuman is an avatar of Shiva and is also known as the Rudra avatar, the ‘Bilva-Patra’ is also presented to Hanuman during his worship.

Some devotees are of the opinion that the three leaflets of the Bilva-Patra are symbolic representations of Shiva’s three eyes: the two lower leaflets are thought to stand for Shiva’s two normal eyes, while the one upper leaflet is thought to represent Shiva’s third eye, which is located on his forehead.

In Bhubaneswar, a Pundit at the Shiva temple provides holy water along with a piece of Bilva-Patra to worshippers, just as he does in every other temple in North India. This holy water is called “Charanamrit” and it contains Tulsi leaves.

The amount of bilva-patras that are presented to Shiva can range anywhere from one to more than lakhs, depending on the individual’s ability to procure them and their financial situation. During the months of “Saavan” and “Aashaadh,” I was present when some devotees presented Baba Basukinath with an offering of one lakh and twenty-five thousand ( ) Bilva-Patras.

Even though it is common practise to refrain from offering the same thing to a deity more than once, in the case of the Bilva-Patra, if someone does not have access to it and they observe some Bilva-Patras being placed over the Shiva-lingam, they are allowed to grab one, wash it and then re-offer it to Shiva. Because Shiva is so merciful to his devotees, he even acknowledges and appreciates the intangible gifts they give him. As is the case in the opening verse of “Shiva Manas Pujan Stotram,” numerous items, including Bilva-Patra, are offered in the imagination:

 

Ratnaih kalpitam aasanam himjalaih snanam ch divyambaram

Nana ratna vibhooshitam    mrigmadamodankitam chandanam

jatichampakvilvapatra  rachitam  pushpam  ch  dhoopam tatha

Deepam dev  dayanidhe  pashupate   hritkalpitam  grihyataam.

 

Meaning :  The Bilva-Patra and the fruits inspire devotees to bring this tree into their homes on the university campus. The presence of a bilva-tree on the campus contributes to the expansion of one’s money, name, and popularity. Not only this, but because the tree of Bael is a representation of Shiva himself, after people get out of bed in the morning, they look at the tree and say “namaskar” to it, as well as pronounce this “Shloka,” which is a verse from the Shiva Purana.

Darshanam Bilva Vrikshasya Sparshnam Papnashnam

Aghor    Papsanharam     Bilvapatram     Shivarpanam.

Meaning : The act of worshipping the Shiva-linga beneath a ‘Bilva Tree’ yields significant benefits. The act of irrigating a ‘Bilva-Tree’ with ordinary water or water from the Ganges river, often known as ‘Jalam’ or ‘Gangajalam’, respectively, is believed to bestow the spiritual merit equivalent to visiting all sacred pilgrimage sites, known as ‘Tirthas’. The act of applying water sourced from the vicinity of the tree’s root to the forehead results in the eradication of all “Papam”.

 

Astrological Importance of Bilwa Patra

 

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Individuals who are born under the influence of the Visakha Nakashtra and Scorpio moon sign, or those who have a birth in the Visakha Lagana nakshatras, are advised to engage in the practise of planting a Bilwa Patra tree in their personal garden and providing it with regular watering. Alternatively, individuals experiencing health concerns associated with the liver or stomach are recommended to consume Bilva juice on a daily basis. This practise is believed to counteract any adverse effects cau

The experience of meditation beneath this particular tree has the potential to evoke a profound sense of bliss among individuals born under the Visakha Nakashtra. In addition to the act of planting, it is recommended to perform Rudra abhishek, a ritualistic offering, using Bilwa Patra, fruits, milk, and the remaining Panch Amrits. The malefic effect of Jupiter can be remedied at an accelerated rate via meticulous attention and unwavering dedication.

Anyone whose Bhadhaka planet is Jupiter are advised to engage in the practise of planting or donating a Bilwa plant to anyone in need or near the Shiva Linga within a temple dedicated to Lord Shiva. This ritual is believed to effectively mitigate the adverse effects associated with the Bhadhaka planet.

In the event that Jupiter exhibits malefic influences, it may potentially manifest adverse effects on liver functionality, resulting in elevated enzyme levels, unregulated sexual appetite, complications with the gall bladder, disturbances in kidney enzyme activity, and occasionally an escalation in the incidence of infections or diabetes. Excessive heat in the stomach and liver can result in elevated levels of bilirubin, leading to the manifestation of jaundice. Additionally, this condition may contribute to bodily weakness, gastric disturbances, and the development of constipation, among other potential consequences.

The reason for this is in accordance with the framework of the five limbs. Nakshatras are recognised and observed for their influence on mental and physical well-being. Any disruption to the native’s birth nakshatras has the potential to adversely affect their mental and physical well-being. One predominant factor contributing to the susceptibility of those with illnesses in the Scorpion moon and Visakha Nakashtra’s lord via nodes to liver and reproductive organ issues is their Dasha padas.

The potential association between the Visakha Nakashtra deity and deities such as Indra, who embodies transformation and strength, and Agni, the god of fire, may contribute to the inclination of Visakha individuals towards extremity in several aspects of life, including their sexual desires, pursuit of power, and appetite for success.

An elevation in the levels of Tamsik and Rakashas Gana within this nakshatra has the potential to result in health complications stemming from excessive engagement in sexual activities, heightened hunger, increased appetite, impaired digestion, gastrointestinal problems, flatulence, and predominantly liver-related ailments.

The most effective solution for alleviating the negative effects associated with the Viskhna Nakashtra (Scorpion) moon sign entails the cultivation of a bilwa tree and the regular consumption of bilwa fruit, as well as the practise of worshipping Lord Shiva using Bilwa Patra and fruit.

 

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Medically speaking, bilwa has a wide range of applications, including the following:

1) It has the ability to treat conditions such as diarrhoea, cholera, haemorrhoids, and vitiligo.

2) It can lessen the severity of ulcers in the stomach.

3) Capacity to fight microorganisms

4) It is effective in treating scurvy.

5) is capable of regulating cholesterol levels.

6) has the ability to remedy breathing issues.

7) Used to reduce inflammation.

8) It can be used as a treatment for conditions related to the heart.

9) has the ability to relieve constipation.

10) has the ability to manage diabetes.

 

Nutritional Value of Bael Fruit

The various nutrients in a bael fruit per 100gm.

Nutrients Amount

Carbohydrate 31.8 gm

Fat 0.3 g

Proteins 1.8 gm.

Vitamins

Vitamin A 55 mg.

Vitamin B Rich in Vitamin B1 and B2

Vitamin C 60 mg.

Thiamine 0.13 mg.

Riboflavin 1.19 mg.

Niacin 1.1 mg.

Carotene 55 mg.

Minerals

Calcium 85 mg.

Potassium 600 mg.

Fiber 2.9 gm.

Water 61.5 g.

Energy 137 k.cal

Energy 137 k.cal

There are ten advantages to eating bael.

 

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  • Treatment of TB with Bael According to Ayurveda, this herb can be used as a treatment for TB.
  • The use of bael for the treatment of gynaecological conditions The use of bael on a regular basis can help avoid gynaecological conditions.
  • Urinary disorders and Bael: The consumption of bel can assist in the resolution of issues associated with urinary disorders.
  • A Bael for the Prevention of Diabetes: Bitter and pungent, it is loaded with antioxidants and helps stimulate the pancreas to generate insulin, which in turn results in a reduction in blood sugar levels. Diabetes can be treated with the leaves of the plant.
  • Bael for Digestive Disorders: It protects the digestive system from ulceration, lowers the frequency of Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), and lessens intestinal spasm, making it useful for the treatment of diarrhoea, dysentery, and other infections of the elementary canal.
  • Bael has been shown to be effective in the treatment and prevention of fever when the leaf juice is combined with honey.
  • Tonics made from flowers are often recommended for people who suffer from epilepsy.
  • Nutritional Information Regarding Bael It has a high concentration of alkaloids, polysaccharides, antioxidants, beta-carotene, vitamin C, vitamin B, and a wide variety of other biochemical compounds. Tannins, calcium, phosphorus, iron, protein, and fibre are some of the other components that can be found in it. The following nutrients can be found in one hundred grammes of bael: Value in terms of calories (137), moisture content (61.5g), protein (1.8g), fat (.3g), minerals (1.7g), fibre (2.9g), carbohydrates (31.8mg), calcium (85mg), phosphorus (50mg), iron (.7mg), beta-carotene (55 UG), thiamine (.13mg), niacin (1.1mg), vitamin C (8 mg), and copper (.21 mg).
  • The Use of Bael for the Treatment of Pile: It is beneficial to use the extract of unripe bel fruit in the treatment of piles and haemorrhoids.
  • As a result of the calming effects that it has on the digestive system, bael lowers the amount of acidity that is produced in the stomach. This property makes bael effective for the treatment of ulcers of many types, including gastric ulcers, gastroduodenal ulcers, and others.

The applications of Bael

  1. The juice derived from this particular fruit is commonly utilised in the creation of beverages and fruit concentrates, particularly during the summer season, owing to its inherently saccharine and agreeable qualities.
  2. The fragile leaves of the Bael tree are commonly utilised in culinary applications, particularly as ingredients in salads.
  3. The process of absorption carried out by this substance contributes to the purification of the atmosphere by effectively removing hazardous gases.
  4. This substance is employed to enhance one’s appetite.
  5. The oil derived from it is utilised for the treatment of respiratory ailments.
  6. It finds application in the production of confectionery, beverages, caramel, powdered extracts, and several edible commodities.

The medicinal properties of the bael fruit

  1. The therapeutic properties of Bel are attributed to its rich composition of many biochemical compounds, including alkaloids, antioxidants, polysaccharides, and essential oils.
  2. The interior flesh of the bael fruit possesses various beneficial properties, including curative, pesticidal, nutritional, and therapeutic attributes. Consequently, it is utilised for the management and alleviation of numerous ailments and disorders.
  3. The leaves of the wood apple tree has therapeutic properties and are employed for the purpose of reducing blood cholesterol levels.
  4. The substance possesses anti-inflammatory properties. The application of its extracts to the affected area has been found to be effective in the treatment of inflammation.
  5. The roots of Bael possess antidiarrheal properties, serve as an antidote for snake venom, and have anti-inflammatory effects that aid in the process of healing.

The potential benefits of consuming Bel juice.

  1. Bel juice possesses beneficial characteristics that make it effective in alleviating constipation due to its laxative effects.
  2. Bel juice provides effective relief for conditions such as heartburn, acidity, hyperacidity, and indigestion.
  3. In the case of individuals experiencing intestinal parasites, it is recommended to consume bael juice because to its potential antidotal properties.
  4. The consumption of Aegle marmelos juice has been found to have potential benefits for cardiovascular health and cognitive function. The combination of Bel juice and ghee has been found to have potential benefits in the prevention of heart disease. Additionally, it is employed as a cardiac tonic.
  5. The consumption of raw Bel leaves has been found to be effective in addressing several gastrointestinal issues.
  6. Bael juice is a beverage that is known for its high vitamin C content and its potential efficacy in the treatment of scurvy.

It is important to use caution

Bael, a plant of Ayurvedic significance, possesses advantageous properties; nonetheless, it is not without its associated adverse consequences. Prior to consuming the fruit, it is advisable to practise prudence under the following circumstances.

  1. Abdominal issues might arise as a result of excessive ingestion of bael.
  2. Constipation may occur as a result of consuming a higher quantity of the fruit.
  3. During pregnancy, it is not recommended to consume Bel.
  4. nursing: It is advisable to refrain from engaging in nursing.
  5. Surgery: Its utilisation should be avoided in surgical procedures.
  6. Diabetes: It is important to use caution while administering medication aimed at reducing blood sugar levels, as there is a possibility of inducing hypoglycemia. Consequently, diligent monitoring of blood sugar levels is advised.
  7. Hypertension: Individuals with elevated blood pressure should refrain from consuming this particular fruit.

Conclusion : 

Overall we can say that bilwa leaves are revered for their ability to pacify deities and grant celestial gifts. It is believed that Shiva, who bestows prizes as an expression of devotion and respect, will acknowledge and appreciate this modest tribute by giving gifts.

I hope you will like this article and follow these rituals and benefits of Bael in your day-to-day life to have better spiritual and physical health. Keep reading and keep sharing.

 

With thanks and Regards,

Rocky Jamwal

Source and Reference:

Ayurveda Medical Dictionary by  Ranganayakulu Potturu

https://bsienvis.nic.in/Database/MedicinalPlants_3939.aspx

https://archive.org/stream/AstangaHrdayam.Eng/Astanga-hrdayam.%20Eng_djvu.txt

Skanda Puran, Chapter 250, Creation of bilwa Tree
Sacred Plants of India by By Nanditha Krishna

https://www.biodiversityofindia.org

Historical and Ethno-Medical Review on Bilva by Neha Parmar, Suman Singh, & Bhupesh Patel

Therapeutic  potential of  Aegle marimelos  leaves as an Antioxidant and anti-diabetic agent : A review by
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Remedy for childless couples or those having difficulty in conceiving

0 lP Remedy for childless couples or those having difficulty in conceiving

Article written by Jatinder Sandhu

Remedy For childless couples

बाल गोपाल श्रीकृष्ण के बाल रूप को कहा जाता है। कृष्ण जी अपने बाल रूप में बेहद नटखट थे। हिन्दू धर्म के अनुसार कृष्ण जी के बाल गोपाल स्वरूप को सर्वाधिक पूजनीय माना जाता है। भगवान श्री कृष्ण के बाल स्वरूप की पूजा करना निसंतान दंपत्तियों के लिए बेहद शुभ माना जाता है। संतान बाल गोपाल मंत्र एक ऐसा ही मंत्र है जो निसंतान दंपत्तियों के लिए आशीर्वाद समान माना जाता है।

संतान गोपाल मंत्र का प्रयोग (Santan Gopal Mantra for Child) 
Krishna Remedy for childless couples or those having difficulty in conceiving

 ॐ श्रीं ह्रीं क्लीं ग्लौं देवकीसुत गोविन्द वासुदेव जगत्पते
देहि मे तनयं कृष्ण त्वामहं शरणं गतः ।

shrim hrim klim glaum devakisuta govinda vasudeva jagatpate
dehi me tanayam krishana tvamaham saranam gatah.

मान्यता है कि इस मंत्र का प्रतिदिन 108 जाप करने से जातक को संतान प्राप्ति अवश्य होती है। साथ ही ज्योतिषी सलाह देते हैं कि मंत्र जाप के साथ-साथ अपने शयन कक्ष में श्रीकृष्ण की बाल रूप की प्रतिमा रखना चाहिए। इस प्रतिमा की श्रद्धाभाव से पूजा करते हुए उन्हें लड्डू, माखन मिसरी का भोग लगाना चाहिए।

 संतान प्राप्ति के लिए कृष्ण जी के एक अन्य मंत्र ।

 सर्वधर्मान् परित्यज्य मामेकं शरणं व्रज।अहं त्वा सर्वपापेभ्यो मोक्षयिष्यामि मा शुच।।

Sarvadharman parityajya mamekam Saranam vraja.
Aham tva sarvapapebhyo moksayisyami ma sucha.

Fast for childless couples and the way to do it

Shiv Chaturdashi Ka Mahatva Remedy for childless couples or those having difficulty in conceiving

शिव चतुर्दशी व्रत विधि (Shiv chaturdashi vrat vidhi in Hindi)

on the designated day go the Shiva temple without eating and drinking anything, offer coconut wrapped in mouli or roli, two whole suparis, two male gender fruits like banana or mango, do abhisheka and offer all these to shiv linga. Donate one lota vessel and white cloth to young pujari ( priest) not to an old one ( this is to be done first time only ) all the other procedure to be repeated each time. Then come home and drink cold and sweetened milk, have some fruits if required or if the medical condition is such that its required.

( fast to be done by the couple)

हिन्दू धर्म के अनुसार प्रत्येक माह की चतुर्दशी तिथि को भगवान शिव को समर्पित शिव चतुर्दशी का व्रत किया जाता है।

 भविष्यपुराण के अनुसार प्रत्येक महीने के कृष्ण पक्ष की चतुर्थी को “शिव चतुर्दशी” कहते हैं। इस दिन पूरे विधि-विधान से शिव जी की पूजा की जाती है। इस व्रत को करने से व्यक्ति काम, क्रोध, लोभ, मोह आदि के बंधन से मुक्त हो जाता है।

शिव चतुर्दशी व्रत विधि (Shiv chaturdashi vrat vidhi in Hindi)

भविष्यपुराण के अनुसार शिव चतुर्दशी व्रत में भगवान शिव के साथ माता पार्वती, गणेश जी, कार्तिकेय जी और शिवगणों की पूजा की जाती है। शिव चतुर्दशी का व्रत करने वाले जातक को त्रयोदशी के दिन मात्र एक समय भोजन करना चाहिए।

इसके उपरांत चतुर्दशी के दिन व्रत का संकल्प लेकर शिव जी की धूप, दीप पुष्प आदि से पूजा करनी चाहिए। शिवजी की पूजा में भांग, धतूरा और बेलपत्र का विशेष महत्व होता है।

 चतुर्दशी के दिन रात्रि के समय शिव मंत्रों का जाप करना चाहिए। 

Remedy for childless couples or those having difficulty in conceiving

शिवजी के कुछ विशेष मंत्र निम्न हैं:
“ऊँ नम: शिवाय” व ” शिवाय नम:”

रात को सोते समय इस मंत्र का जाप करना चाहिए:

शिव चतुर्दशी व्रत का फल (Benefits of Shiv chaturdashi vrat in Hindi)

शिव चतुर्दशी का व्रत जो भी व्यक्ति पूरे श्रद्धाभाव से करता है उसके माता- पिता के सारे पाप नष्ट हो जाते हैं।

इसके अलावा उसके स्वयं के सारे कष्ट दूर हो जाते है तथा वह जीवन के सम्पूर्ण सुखों का भोग करता है। इस व्रत की महिमा से व्यक्ति दीर्घायु, ऐश्वर्य, आरोग्य, संतान एवं विद्या आदि प्राप्त कर अंत में शिवलोक जाता है।

पौराणिक मान्यता के अनुसार चतुर्थी के दिन भोलेनाथ की शादी मां पार्वती से हुई थी, इस दिन भगवान शिव के भक्तों द्वारा उनकी बारात निकाली जाती हैं। उपवास के दौरान भक्तों को गेहूं दाल और चावल से दूर रहना चाहिए।

इस दिन कई भक्त बिना आहार ग्रहण किए व्रत करते हैं लेकिन जो लोग निराहार नहीं कर सकते हैं वो फल, चाय, कॉफी का सेवन कर सकते हैं।

Regards,
Jatinder Sandhu
Medical Astrologer

Sri Navagraha Stotra with meaning to propitiate nine planets daily

Navgrahastotra Sri Navagraha Stotra with meaning to propitiate nine planets daily

Sri Navagraha Stotra with meaning to propitiate nine planets daily

This stotra is written by Shri Ved Vyas Rishi and consists of nine hymns or mantras of nine planets. this stotra is best suggested to get freedom from all sort of troubles and difficulties and get abundant pleasures, wealth and become prosperous, sound and have good health in life. The devotee should recite this stotra daily with utter faith and devotion to get maximum benefits from stotra. As this stotra directly goes to graha devta so faith is most important as these nine planets or ‘Navagraha’ have maximum effect on mental as well as on physical aspect of human life.

The vibration of these 9 planets radaites maximum sound and light energy around us and when we sync our body vibrations according to these 9 planets we can have maximum benefits from these celestial bodies. They play an important role in all the life activities i.e physical, mental, emotional and health of life of any individual. During the birth of the body, while having unfavourable positioning of any of these planets can be the cause of major life problems i.e bad health, bad mental state and stagnation in many areas of life. These 9 planets simply act as the mirror of our own karmas which we had done in many of the past journies. What native is facing suffering its all because of the deeds of the native he has done in those lives. Although there is no such remedy for bad but Karmas we can win the heart of planetary dieties by our utter faith, devotions and good karmas.
This Navgraha Stotra Created by Rishi Ved Vyasa is very useful in warding off or to avoid the ill effects of the bad planetary position and movement( Transit) of the ‘Navagraha’ in our lives with the help of Navgraha Hymns.
Navagraha stotram is a simple Pattern or mantras of 9 Grahas and it acts as very powerful healing tools to reduce the negative effects of planetary placement in natal chart.

Benefits Of Navagraha Stotram And The Way to Practice

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The Navagraha Stotram is written by Rishi Vyasa and is considered to be as the peace mantra for the nine planets. These powerful hymns can pacify the Navagraha and protect us from any negative vibrations of the planets.

When devotee Regularly chants Navagraha Stotram it generates positive vibrations around us and directs the related planets to deliver favorable results but one should also need to do Good deeds as well as need to follow the karmic discipline wrt to the desired planet to get maximum benefits, as only good karma can pacify the bad karmic effects. These mantras or hymns helping in minimizing the harmful effects of the planets and increases positive influences on native mental setup. The devotees also get peace of mind and stay away from any evil thoughts as well. Practicing Navagraha Stotram every day can make you healthy, wealthy and prosperous.

To achieve the desired result, one should recite Navagraha Stotra in the early morning after having a bath by sitting in front of the picture or idol of the Lord Navagraha or one can also chant this Stotra in front of the 9 Navgrahas idols in temple after offering proper Poojan to the Navgrahas.

One should also try to understand the meaning of the mantra to maximize its effects.

It is recommended that the stotra should be chanted at least once in a day to please the planets.

 

|| नवग्रह स्तोत्र ||

अथ नवग्रह स्तोत्र

श्री गणेशाय नमः

God Sun image Sri Navagraha Stotra with meaning to propitiate nine planets daily

जपाकुसुम संकाशं काश्यपेयं महदद्युतिम् |

तमोरिंसर्वपापघ्नं प्रणतोSस्मि दिवाकरम् || १ ||

Japaa kusuma Sankaasam Kaasyapeyam Mahaath’ yuthim

Thamo’urim sarva Paapa ganam Pranathosmi Dhiwaakaram

Meaning: 

“One who looks like the Hibiscus flower, Son of Kashyapa, full of radiance, Foe of darkness and the one who dispels all sins, I prostrate that Surya.”

1200px Chandra graha Sri Navagraha Stotra with meaning to propitiate nine planets daily

दधिशंखतुषाराभं क्षीरोदार्णव संभवम् |

नमामि शशिनं सोमं शंभोर्मुकुट भूषणम् || २ ||

Dhadhi sanka Thushaaraabham Ksheero Dhaarnava Sambhavam

Namaami sasinam Somam Sambhor makuta Bhooshanam

Meaning: 

“The one who has the hue of curd and icebergs, one who emerges from the milky ocean, Chandra who adorns Shiva, I prostrate. that Chandra.”

1200px Angraka graha Sri Navagraha Stotra with meaning to propitiate nine planets daily

धरणीगर्भ संभूतं विद्युत्कांति समप्रभम् |

कुमारं शक्तिहस्तं तं मंगलं प्रणाम्यहम् || ३ ||

Dharanee garbha Sambhootham Vidhyuth kaanthi Samaprabham

Kumaaram Sakthi Hasthancha Mangalam Pranamaam Yaham

Meaning: 

“The one who is the son of Bhooma Devi, One who has the lustre of lightning, One who has Shakti in his hand, and the auspicious one, I prostrate that Angaraka”

1200px Budha graha Sri Navagraha Stotra with meaning to propitiate nine planets daily

प्रियंगुकलिकाश्यामं रुपेणाप्रतिमं बुधम् |

सौम्यं सौम्यगुणोपेतं तं बुधं प्रणमाम्यहम् || ४ ||

Piryangu kali Kaasyaamam Roope’naa Prathimam Budham

Sowmyam sowmya GunopethamTham Bhudham Pranamaam Yaham

Meaning: 

“The one who is dark like the bud of Priyangu flower, One who is unequalled in beauty and is intelligent, And the son of Chandra, One who is peaceful, I prostrate that Budha.”

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देवानांच ऋषीनांच गुरुं कांचन सन्निभम् |

बुद्धिभूतं त्रिलोकेशं तं नमामि बृहस्पतिम् || ५ ||

Dhe’vaanaancha Risheenaancha Gurum Kaanchan sannibham

Bhudhdhi bhootham Thrilokesam Thannamaami Bhruhaspathim

Meaning: 

The one who is the Guru of the Devas and Rishis, the one who is radiant and intelligent, The Lord of all the three worlds, I prostrate that Brihaspathi.

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हिमकुंद मृणालाभं दैत्यानां परमं गुरुम् |

सर्वशास्त्र प्रवक्तारं भार्गवं प्रणमाम्यहम् || ६ ||

Hima kundha M’runaalaabam Dhaithyaanam Paramam Gurum

Sarva saasthra Pravruththaaram Bhaargavam Pranamaam Yaham

Meaning: 

“The one who has the lustre of the dew, Lotus stem and Thumba flower, High priest of Asuras and the one who preaches the Shatras, I prostrate that ( Bhargava )Sukracharya.”

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नीलांजन समाभासं रविपुत्रं यमाग्रजम् |

छायामार्तंड संभूतं तं नमामि शनैश्चरम् || ७ ||

Neelaanchana Samaabaasam Raviputhram Yamaagrajam

Chaayaa Maarthaanda Sambhootham Thannamaami Sanaicharam

Meaning: 

“The one who is blue, one who is like charcoal, one who is the son of Surya and the brother of Yama, one who is born to Chaya and Surya, I prostrate that Saneeswara.”

1200px Rahu graha Sri Navagraha Stotra with meaning to propitiate nine planets daily

अर्धकायं महावीर्यं चंद्रादित्य विमर्दनम् |

सिंहिकागर्भसंभूतं तं राहुं प्रणमाम्यहम् || ८ ||

Ardha kaayam mahaaveeyram Chandhraadhithya vimardhanam

Simhikaagarba Sambhootham Tham Raahum Pranamaam Yaham

Meaning: 

“The one who has half a body and is full of valour, One who opposes Chandra and Surya without fear, One who was born from Simhika’s womb, I prostrate that Rahu.”

1200px Ketu graha Sri Navagraha Stotra with meaning to propitiate nine planets daily

पलाशपुष्पसंकाशं तारकाग्रह मस्तकम् |

रौद्रंरौद्रात्मकं घोरं तं केतुं प्रणमाम्यहम् || ९ ||

Palaasa pushpa sankaasam Thaarakagraha masthakam

Rowdhram rowdhraathmakam go’ram Tham Kethum Pranamaam Yaham.

Meaning: 

“The one who looks like Palasa flower, One who is the king of the stars and One who has a fierce form and is scary and angry, I prostrate that Ketu.”

इति श्रीव्यासमुखोग्दीतम् यः पठेत् सुसमाहितः |

दिवा वा यदि वा रात्रौ विघ्न शांतिर्भविष्यति || १० ||

Iti Vyaasa-mukhod-giitam yah: path’et-susamaahitah:

Divaa vaa yadi vaa raatrau vighna-shantir-bhavish’yati

Meaning: 

“This stotra is composed by Shri Vyaasa Rhishi. A person who chants this stotra during the day or at night will become free from all troubles. ”

नरनारी नृपाणांच भवेत् दुःस्वप्ननाशनम् |

ऐश्वर्यमतुलं तेषां आरोग्यं पुष्टिवर्धनम् || ११ ||

Nara-naarii-nrupaan’aayn cha bhaved-duh:svapna-naashanam

Aishvaryamatulam tesh’aam aarogyam push’t’i-vardanam

Meaning: 

“By chanting this stotra the effect of bad dreams of men, women, kings and so on will be destroyed. Everyone will have good health, wealth and energy.”

ग्रहनक्षत्रजाः पीडास्तस्कराग्निसमुभ्दवाः |

ता सर्वाःप्रशमं यान्ति व्यासोब्रुते न संशयः || १२ ||

Graha-nakshatrajaa piid’aah: taskaraagni-samudbhavaah:

Taah: sarvaah: prashamam yaanti Vyaaso bruute na sanshayah:

Meaning: 

“A person who chants this stotra becomes free from the troubles created by planets, constellations, thieves, fire etc. Vyasa Rhishi says that there is no doubt about the result of chanting this stotra ”

|| इति श्री वेद व्यास विरचितम् आदित्यादी नवग्रह स्तोत्रं संपूर्णं ||

Iti Shri Vyaasa-virachitam Navagraha-stotram sampurnam

The Navagrahastotracomposed by Shri Vyasa Rishi is Complete here.

 

 

Recite daily Shiri Dattatreya stotram in Sanskrit to destroy any Diseases, sins and enemies

Recite daily Shiri Dattatreya stotram in Sanskrit to destroy any Diseases, sins and enemies

This Stotra is taken from Narad Purana and is written by Shri Narad Rishi. Shri Datta is trimurthi of Tri devas i.e. (first) Brahma then (middle) Vishnu and then at the end Shankara. Narad says Datta is a destroyer of all diseases, sins, all our enemies. This stotra is to be recited with devotion, concentration and faith. The results will be good for life and one will become prosperous, happy, Sinless, healthy and our life become peaceful.

The story of Guru Dattatreya


GURU DATTATREYA is the son of ATRI rishi & mother anusaya. ATRI rishi was born of Lord BRAHMA. He practised severe penance and attained Brahma Jnana. He married anusaya, the daughter of Karjam Prajapati. anusaya as the name indicates, was devoid of the taint of envy. She was a PATIVRATA, an embodiment of chastity who worshipped and considered her husband as GOD.

Her fame and glory spread far and wide, all over the three worlds. Knowing her greatness Indra and other deities feared that they may lose their supremacy and that she may snatch their celestial treasures from their hand. They approached the 3 GOD’s Brahma, Vishnu and Mahesh, described the greatness of Anusaya to them and entreated them to arrest the ever increasing powers and glory of Anusaya by somehow causing a blemish on her chastity.

They demanded that food be served to them immediately as they could not wait till the return of ATRI rishi.

Anusaya invited them to the dining centre and after offering the proper seats was about to serve food. At that critical juncture, the guests made an unusual request. They said, “Oh! Pious one, we desire that you should disrobe yourself and serve food without wearing any garment. Then only will we eat the food served to us . Please tell us if this is not possible, we will go elsewhere”. Anusaya thought for a while, “ If I refuse to comply with the condition laid down by these guests they may go away without eating food. Atithis(unexpected guests) cannot be turned away, they are an aspect of GOD. My mind is pure. The spiritual strength of my husband will surely save me”. She declared her willingness to serve food as desired by them and went into the kitchen.

She meditated and prayed at the holy feet of her husband. With a motherly feeling towards the guests she went naked into the dining place to start serving the food but, Lo! and behold! By that time the 3 guests were transformed into infants. She fondled the infants and at the sight of these hungry infants lactation welled up from her bosom. She happily breast fed them. When Atri rishi returned home , to his amazement, he found Anusaya fondling 3 new born babies. Anusaya rose and offered the 3 babies at the feet of her husband.

Atri rishi went into a trance and recognized the trio as Brahma, Vishnu and Mahesh. He reverentially greeted them with folded hands. After witnessing the devotion and purity of couple the 3 infants assumed their real forms and requested the couple to ask for a boon. Atri rishi directed Anusaya to seek a boon from the trinity. Anusaya replied that he might ask them to actually become their children. The trinity granted the boon and left for their celestial abodes in their subtle form and joined their consorts.

Vishnu took the form of Sri Datta, Brahma took the form of Chandra and Mahesh took the form of Durvasa. After some time Chandra and Durvasa sought the permission of Anusaya to leave. Durvasa expressed his desire to go on a pilgrimage and do penance. Chandra put forth his request, “ I will reside in the region of the moon. Therefore you can see me daily. Don’t grieve at our departure. Sri Datta combines in himself the divine qualities of 3 of us.

He will always be with you. Sri Datta is Lord Vishnu himself. Vishnu pervades the whole universe, so you will never experience separation from him. He will live according to your heart’s desire. so permit me to leave”. Taking the permission of their mother Chandra reached the region of the moon and Durvasa left on a long pilgrimage. Sri Datta remained in the hermitage of Anusaya.

The 3 GOD’s agreed to do it. They transformed themselves into mendicants and approached the hermitage of ATRI rishi. They begged for alms. At that time, ATRI rishi had gone to the river to offer his daily ablutions. Anusaya welcomed them with respect and offered them seats. She washed their feet and worshipped them. The guests became impatient and feigned great hunger.

( Story Souce : Internet)

Recite this stotra daily  for getting relief from diseases,  past life sins, Pitru dosha and diseases.This is a miraculous stotra for curing difficult diseases and illness. Those having weak and afflicted Jupiter can also recite this stotra daily on every Thursday after lighting deepam in front of Guru Dattreya Idol or picture and before that one can also recite Naap Jaap of a Guru Datta ” Shri Gurudev Datta”.

Lord Dattatreya Story Significance 16 Avatars of Lord Datattreya Recite daily Shiri Dattatreya stotram in Sanskrit to destroy any Diseases, sins and enemies

 

श्री दत्तात्रेयस्तोत्रम्

जटाधरं पाण्डुरंगं शूलहस्तं दयानिधिम्।

सर्वरोगहरं देवं दत्तात्रेयमहं भजे ॥१॥

जगदुत्पत्तिकर्त्रे च स्थितिसंहारहेतवे।

भवपाशविमुक्ताय दत्तात्रेय नमोस्तुते॥२॥

जराजन्मविनाशाय देहशुद्धिकराय च।

दिगंबर दयामूर्ते दत्तात्रेय नमोस्तुते॥३॥

कर्पूरकान्तिदेहाय ब्रह्ममूर्तिधराय च।

वेदशास्स्त्रपरिज्ञाय दत्तात्रेय नमोस्तुते॥४॥

ह्रस्वदीर्घकृशस्थूलनामगोत्रविवर्जित!

पञ्चभूतैकदीप्ताय दत्तात्रेय नमोस्तुते॥५॥

यज्ञभोक्त्रे च यज्ञेय यज्ञरूपधराय च।

यज्ञप्रियाय सिद्धाय दत्तात्रेय नमोस्तुते॥६॥

आदौ ब्रह्मा मध्ये विष्णुरन्ते देवः सदाशिवः।

मूर्तित्रयस्वरूपाय दत्तात्रेय नमोस्तुते॥७॥

भोगालयाय भोगाय योगयोग्याय धारिणे।

जितेन्द्रिय जितज्ञाय दत्तात्रेय नमोस्तुते॥८॥

दिगंबराय दिव्याय दिव्यरूपधराय च।

सदोदितपरब्रह्म दत्तात्रेय नमोस्तुते॥९॥

जंबूद्वीप महाक्षेत्र मातापुरनिवासिने।

भजमान सतां देव दत्तात्रेय नमोस्तुते॥१०॥

भिक्षाटनं गृहे ग्रामे पात्रं हेममयं करे।

नानास्वादमयी भिक्षा दत्तात्रेय नमोस्तुते॥११॥

ब्रह्मज्ञानमयी मुद्रा वस्त्रे चाकाशभूतले।

प्रज्ञानघनबोधाय दत्तात्रेय नमोस्तुते॥१२॥

अवधूत सदानन्द परब्रह्मस्वरूपिणे ।

विदेह देहरूपाय दत्तात्रेय नमोस्तुते॥१३॥

सत्यरूप! सदाचार! सत्यधर्मपरायण!

सत्याश्रय परोक्षाय दत्तात्रेय नमोस्तुते॥१४॥

शूलहस्त! गदापाणे! वनमाला सुकन्धर!।

यज्ञसूत्रधर ब्रह्मन् दत्तात्रेय नमोस्तुते॥१५॥

क्षराक्षरस्वरूपाय परात्परतराय च।

दत्तमुक्तिपरस्तोत्र! दत्तात्रेय नमोस्तुते॥१६॥

दत्तविद्याड्यलक्ष्मीश दत्तस्वात्मस्वरूपिणे।

गुणनिर्गुणरूपाय दत्तात्रेय नमोस्तुते॥१७॥

शत्रुनाशकरं स्तोत्रं ज्ञानविज्ञानदायकम्।

आश्च सर्वपापं शमं याति दत्तात्रेय नमोस्तुते॥१८॥

इदं स्तोत्रं महद्दिव्यं दत्तप्रत्यक्षकारकम्।

दत्तात्रेयप्रसादाच्च नारदेन प्रकीर्तितम् ॥१९॥

इति श्रीनारदपुराणे नारदविरचितं

श्रीदत्तात्रेय स्तोत्रं संपुर्णमं।।

।। श्रीगुरुदेव दत्त ।।

Dattatreya stotram With English translation to cure any Diseases

Narad Krit Shiri Dattatreya stotram from Padma Puran with English translation

Dattatreya stotram With English translation to cure any Diseases

Dattatreya Stotra is dedicated to Hindu God Datta, a joint incarnation of Hindu deities Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva. Devotees worship Dathathreya as a god in the form of a combination of the great trinity consisting of Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva. He took this form due to Anasuya, the wife of sage Athri.
One story tells that Narada poisoned the minds of Saraswathi, Lakshmi and Parvathy and told them that Anasuya is much greater than them. Incensed by this they sent their lords to Anasuya, who went and requested her to give them alms without wearing any clothes, She made them into babies and combined them into one. This God was Dathathreya.
Another story tells of the trinity being forced to approach Anasuya to save the world from the curse of Nalayani. She did this but asked them to become her babies. These babies were Dathathreya (Vishnu), Durvasa (Shiva) and Chandra(Brahma). Once in a hurry when all these babies were crying together, she took them together and they became one.
There is a small sect of Hindus called Datha panthis in Karnalaka and Maharashtra who worship only Lord Dathathreya. He is picturised as doing meditation along with four Vedas in the form dogs following him.Praying to Dattatreya by chanting this stotra will help to destroy all the enemies, get rid of your sins and will be blessed with great knowledge.

Below is the English lyrics of Dattatreya Stotram translated by Sri PR Ramachander.


श्रीदत्तात्रेयस्तोत्रम् ( नारदपुराण


In Sanskrit 


Dhyanam 


जटाधरं पांडुरांगं शूलहस्तं कृपानिधिम् ।

सर्वरोगहरं देवं दत्तात्रेयमहं भजे ॥ १॥

 

English Pronunciation  

Jatadharam, pandurangam soolahastham, krupa nidhim, Sarva Roga haram devam Dathathreyam aham Bhaje.

 

English Translation  

I praise that Dathathreya carrying a matted tuft, white coloured, Treasure of mercy and the God who cures all diseases.


In Sanskrit 

Nyasam 

अस्य श्रीदत्तात्रेयस्तोत्रमंत्रस्य भगवान् नारदऋषिः ।

अनुष्टुप् छन्दः ।

श्रीदत्तपरमात्मा देवता ।

श्रीदत्तप्रीत्यर्थे जपे विनियोगः

Asya Dathathreya stotra manthrasya Bhagawan Narada Rishi,

 

Anushtup Chanda,  

Sri Datha Paramathma Devatha,

Sri datha preethyarthe Jape viniyoga.

 

English Translation 

The Sage connected with the prayer of Dathathreya is God like Narada, The Meter is Anushtup, the God addressed is the divine God Dathathreya, And this chanting is being done for pleasing God Dathathreya.

Shaloka 1

जगदुत्पत्तिकर्त्रे च स्थितिसंहार हेतवे ।

भवपाशविमुक्ताय दत्तात्रेय नमोऽस्तुते ॥ १॥  

 

Jagat uthpathi Karthre cha sthithi samhara hethave,

Bhava pasa vimukthaya, Dathathreya Namothuthe.

 

English Translation 

Salutations to Dathathreya, who creates the world,

And causes for its protection and destruction, who frees us from the bond of Karma.

 

Shaloka 2

जराजन्मविनाशाय देहशुद्धिकराय च ।

दिगम्बरदयामूर्ते दत्तात्रेय नमोऽस्तुते ॥ २॥

Jara Janma vinasaya, deha shudhi karaya cha,

Digambara dhaya moorthe, Dathathreya Namothuthe.

 

English Translation 


Salutations to Dathathreya, who destroys old age and births,  

Who cleans our body and is the form of mercy, who wears directions as the dress.

Shaloka 3 

कर्पूरकान्तिदेहाय ब्रह्ममूर्तिधराय च ।

वेदशास्त्रपरिज्ञाय दत्तात्रेय नमोऽस्तुते ॥ ३॥

Karpoora kanthi dehaya, Brahma moorthi daraya cha,

Veda sastra parignaya, Dathathreya Namothuthe.

English Translation 

Salutations to Dathathreya, who has a body like shining camphor, Who carries the form of Brahma, who is an expert in Vedas and Sasthras.

Shaloka 4

र्हस्वदीर्घकृशस्थूल-नामगोत्र-विवर्जित ।

पंचभूतैकदीप्ताय दत्तात्रेय नमोऽस्तुते ॥ ४॥

Hruswa, deergha krusa sthoola nama gothra vivarjitha,

Pancha bhoothaika deepthaya, Dathathreya Namothuthe.

 

English Translation 


Salutations to Dathathreya, who is free from short and long,  

Small and huge, names, clans and shines due to the five elements.

Shaloka 5 

यज्ञभोक्ते च यज्ञाय यज्ञरूपधराय च ।

यज्ञप्रियाय सिद्धाय दत्तात्रेय नमोऽस्तुते ॥ ५॥

Yajna bhokthe cha yajnaya yajna roopa dharaya cha, Yajnapriyaaya sidhaaya, Dathathreya Namothuthe.

 English Translation 

Salutations to Dathathreya, who feeds on the Yajna, who is Yajna, Who takes the form of Yajna, who likes Yajna and who is a great sage.

 

Shaloka 6

आदौ ब्रह्मा मध्य विष्णुरंते देवः सदाशिवः ।

मूर्तित्रयस्वरूपाय दत्तात्रेय नमोऽस्तुते ॥ ६॥

Aadhou Brahma, Madhya Vishnu ranthe Deva Sadashiva,

Moorthi thraya swaroopaya, Dathathreya Namothuthe.

 

English Translation 

Salutations to Dathathreya, who in the beginning is Brahma,  

In the middle is Vishnu and in the end is Sadashiva and has the form of the divine trinity.

 

Shaloka 7

भोगालयाय भोगाय योगयोग्याय धारिणे ।

जितेन्द्रियजितज्ञाय दत्तात्रेय नमोऽस्तुते ॥ ७॥

Bhogalayaya, bhogaya yoga yogyaya dharine,

Jithendrya jithajnaya, Dathathreya Namothuthe.

English Translation 

Salutations to Dathathreya who is the temple of pleasure, who is pleasure who is an expert in Yoga, who has won over his senses as well as knowledge.

Shaloka 8

दिगम्बराय दिव्याय दिव्यरूपध्राय च ।

सदोदितपरब्रह्म दत्तात्रेय नमोऽस्तुते ॥ ८॥

 Digambaraya, divyaya, divya roopa pradhaya cha,

Sadodhitha para brahma, Dathathreya Namothuthe.

 

 English Translation  

Salutations to Dathathreya, who wears directions as cloth,

Who is divine, who can give a divine form and who is ever rising divine Brahmam.

Shaloka 9 

जम्बुद्वीपमहाक्षेत्रमातापुरनिवासिने ।

जयमानसतां देव दत्तात्रेय नमोऽस्तुते ॥ ९॥

 

JambudweepaMaha kshethre mathapura nivasine,   

Jaya manasatham deva, Dathathreya Namothuthe.

 

English Translation 

Salutations to Dathathreya, who lives in Mathapura,  

Which is in Jambu Dweepa, Victory to the God of the minds.

 

Shaloka 10

भिक्षाटनं गृहे ग्रामे पात्रं हेममयं करे ।

नानास्वादमयी भिक्षा दत्तात्रेय नमोऽस्तुते ॥ १०॥

Bhikshatanam gruhe grame pathram hema mayam kare,

Nanaswada mayi bhiksha, Dathathreya Namothuthe.

 

English Translation 

Salutations to Dathathreya, who took alms in homes of villages,  

In golden pot and got several tasteful alms.

Shaloka 11 

ब्रह्मज्ञानमयी मुद्रा वस्त्रे चाकाशभूतले ।

प्रज्ञानघनबोधाय दत्तात्रेय नमोऽस्तुते ॥ ११॥

 

Brahma jnana mayi mudraa vasthre chaaakasa bhoothale,  

Prajnana gana bodhaya, Dathathreya Namothuthe.

 English Translation  

Salutations to Dathathreya, who shows the seal of knowledge of Brahmam, Whose clothes are the sky and earth and who teaches nothing but pure knowledge

Shaloka 12

 

अवधूतसदानन्दपरब्रह्मस्वरूपिणे ।

विदेहदेहरूपाय दत्तात्रेय नमोऽस्तुते ॥ १२॥

 

Avadhootha sadananda, para brahma swaroopine,   

Videha deha roopaya, Dathathreya Namothuthe.

 

English Translation 

 

Salutations to Dathathreya, who is a mendicant, who has form,  

of divine Brahmam and has the body form of the body less

Shaloka 13

 

सत्यंरूपसदाचारसत्यधर्मपरायण ।

सत्याश्रयपरोक्षाय दत्तात्रेय नमोऽस्तुते ॥ १३॥

 

Sathya roopa sadachara, sathya dharma paarayana,  

Sathyasraya parokshaaya, Dathathreya Namothuthe.

 

 English Translation 

 Salutations to Dathathreya, who has the form of truth, follow good behaviour, Who is the strong follower of Dharma of truth and depends on truth as a matter of fact.

 

 Shaloka 14

शूलहस्तगदापाणे वनमालासुकन्धर ।

यज्ञसूत्रधरब्रह्मन् दत्तात्रेय नमोऽस्तुते ॥ १४॥

 

Soola hastha Gada pane, vana mala sugandhara,   

Yagna suthra dhara Brahman, Dathathreya Namothuthe.

 

 English Translation  

Salutations to Dathathreya, who holds the spear and mace in his hand, Who smells of forest garland and is the Brahman who organizes Yajna.

Shaloka 15

 

क्षराक्षरस्वरूपाय परात्परतराय च ।

दत्तमुक्तिपरस्तोत्र दत्तात्रेय नमोऽस्तुते ॥ १५॥

 

Ksharakshara swaroopaya parathpara tharaya cha,   

DAtha mukthipara stotra, Dathathreya Namothuthe.

 

English Translation 

Salutations to Dathathreya, who has a form that is not stable as well as one which is stable, Who is greatly divine among divines and I pray Datha for salvation.

 

Shaloka 16

दत्त विद्याढ्यलक्ष्मीश दत्त स्वात्मस्वरूपिणे ।

गुणनिर्गुणरूपाय दत्तात्रेय नमोऽस्तुते ॥ १६॥

Dath vidhyadya Lakshmeesa Datha Swathma swaroopine,

Guna, nirguna roopaya, Dathathreya Namothuthe.

 

English Translation 

Salutations to Dathathreya, who gives knowledge, who is the consort of Lakshmi, Who is the form of his own soul, has the form with properties and without properties.

 

Phala Sruthi 

(Effect of Chanting)

Shaloka 17 

शत्रुनाशकरं स्तोत्रं ज्ञानविज्ञानदायकम् ।

सर्वपापं शमं याति दत्तात्रेय नमोऽस्तुते ॥ १७॥

 

Sathru nasa karam Stotram, Jnana Vijnana Dhayakam,   

Sarva paapam samam, Yathi, Dathathreya Namothuthe.

 

English Translation 

 

Salutations to Dathathreya, this prayer destroys enemies,

Grants wisdom of religion and science and also removes all the sins.

 

Shaloka 18

इदं स्तोत्रं महद्दिव्यं दत्तप्रत्यक्षकारकम् ।

दत्तात्रेयप्रसादाच्च नारदेन प्रकीर्तितम् ॥ १८॥ ॥

 

Idham Stotram Maha Divyam, Datha prathyaksha Karakam,   

Dathathreya prasadascha, Naradena prakeerthitham.

 


English Translation 

 

This very divine prayer brings Dathathreya before you,  

And also gets you the grace of Dathathreya and is composed by sage Narada.

 

इति श्रीनारदपुराणे नारदविरचितं दत्तात्रेयस्तोत्रं सुसम्पूर्णम् ॥


English Translation 

 

Ithi Narada Purane Narada Virachitham Dathathreya Stotram Sampoornam.

Thus ends the prayer addressed to Dathathreya written by Narada from Narada Puranam.

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Sri Ganesha Ashtothram Namavali – 108 Names Of Lord Ganesha for removing all sort of hurdles in life

 

Sri Ganesha Ashtothram Namavali – 108 Names Of Lord Ganesha for removing all sort of hurdles in life

 

Shree Ganesh Ashtottaram is the stotram of the 108 mantras/ names of lord Ganesha to invoke the divine blessing of  Lord Ganesha in devotee life to get freedom from all sort of worries, Sorrows, obstacles, hurdles, and delays. As the Lord Ganesha is “Pratham Poojinya” Diety among all and helps in removing all the Vighanas of life. It is said to be believed that this ashtottaram is very dearer to Lord Ganesha and by reciting this ashtotaram regularly or on special occasions like Sankashti Chaturthi, Ganesh Chaturthi, Vinayak Chaturthi, etc. Lord Ganesha will reside in your heart and provides you both spiritual as well as material prosperity and also remove all the Obstacles coming in the devotee way. Astrologically those who having ketu is well placed in the trines to the Lagna or D9 Chart those people should recite this auspicious stotra mantra. Even When Ketu is placed with Moon, also helps in removing all kind of fear, sorrow, and doubts.When there is Sarpa Yoga (Yoga of disillusioned mind, Extreme lust )  forming in the Kendraa houses chart, only Ketu can helps in breaking the Sarpa yoga that can only be done by the worshiping  of Ganesha Mantras or Ganesha Yantra made in silver.

“SarvaVighnaharam Devam Sarva Karyaphalapradanam
Sarvasiddhi pradhataram Vandeham Gaananayakam”

Meaning:

The remover of all obstacles and all problems, the one who gives the phalam (results) of all the work done, the one who gives all types of siddhi (wealth); I bow to the Lord who is the Leader of those who can not be led by anyone.

 

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Om Vinayakaya Namah

 

I bow to the Guru
Om Vighnarajaya Namah
I bow to the Lord who removes my problems and obstacles
Om Gauriputraya Namah 
I bow to the one who is the son of Goddess Gauri (Wife of Lord Shiva)
Om Ganesvaraya Namah 
I bow to the Lord of ganas (followers of Lord Shiva)

 

Om Skandagrajaya Namah

 

I bow to the elder brother of Skanda

 

Om Avyayaya Namah

 

I bow to the Lord who is the world himself

 

Om Putaya Namah

 

I bow to the son of Lord Shiva

 

Om Dakshaya Namah

 

I bow to the one who is the cleverest

 

Om Adhyakshaya Namah

 

I bow to the one who is the leader of all

 

Om Dvijapriyaya Namah

 

I bow to the Lord who is the beloved of bramins (saints)

 

Om Agnigarbhachide Namah

 

I bow to the Lord who is the slayer of the demon who omitted fire from his eyes
Om Indrasripradaya Namah
I bow to the Lord who is beloved of Indra who is the God of all devtas (angels)

 

Om Vanipradaya Namah

 

I bow to the Lord who gives Vaani(melodious voice)

 

Om Sarvasiddhipradaya Namah

 

I bow to the Lord who gives all kind of wealth

 

Om Sarvatanayaya Namah

 

I bow the to Lord who does the best for all

 

Om Sarvaripriyaya Namah

 

 I bow to the Lord who is beloved of all

 

Om Sarvatmakaya Namah

 

I bow to the Lord who is present in every soul

 

Om Srushtikatre Namah

 

I bow to the Lord who is omnipresent

 

Om Devaya Namah

 

I bow the Lord of the Gods

 

Om Anekarchitaya Namah

 

I bow to the Lord who is formed from the piles of the funeral elements

 

Om Sivaya Namah

 

I bow to the Lord who is eternal

 

Om Suddhaya Namah

 

I bow to the Lord who is pure

 

Om Buddhipriyaya Namah

 

I bow to the Lord who is the beloved of Buddhi

 

Om Santaya Namah

 

I bow to the Lord who is like a sage

 

Om Brahmacharine Naamaha

 

I bow to the Lord who is a brahmcarin

 

Om Gajananaya Namah

 

I bow to the Lord who is the leader of those whom no one can lead

 

Om Dvaimatreyaya Namah

 

I bow to the Lord who has devtas as his friends

 

Om Munistutyaya Namah

 

I bow the Lord who is an object of devotion for the greatest saints
Om Bhaktavighnavinasanaya Namah
I bow to the Lord who stops all the problems before they reach his devotees

 

Om Ekadantaya Namah

 

I bow to the Lord who is one tusked

 

Om Chaturbahave Namah

 

I bow to the Lord who has four hands

 

Om Chaturaya Namah

 

I bow to the Lord who is the wisest among all

 

Om Saktisamyutaya Namah

 

I bow to the Lord who is the mightiest

 

Om Lambodaraya Namah

 

I bow to the Lord who has a pot like belly

 

Om Surpakarnaya Namah

 

I bow to the Lord whose ears are like winnowing fans

 

Om Haraye Namah

 

I bow to the Lord who is worshipped everywhere

 

Om Brahmaviduttamaya Namah

 

I bow to the Lord who is like a vidyut (spark) to this universe

 

Om Kalaya Namah

 

I bow to the Lord who is the one who controls the time

 

Om Grahapataye Namah

 

I bow to the Lord or the master of the house

 

Om Kamine Namah

 

I bow to the Lord who is a lover

 

Om Somasuryagnilochanaya Namah

 

I bow to the Lord who saw the demons with the soma ras(nectar)

 

Om Pasankusadharaya Namah

 

I bow to the Lord who holds the dangerous weapons of war i.e. Pashan and Kusha

 

Om Chandaya Namah

 

I bow to the Lord who is as soothing as moon

 

Om Gunatitaya Namah

 

I bow to the Lord who is the master of many gunas (virtues)

 

Om Niranjanaya Namah

 

I bow to the Lord who is as pure as milk and is spotless

 

Om Akalmashaya Namah

 

I bow to the Lord who is the point of fate for everypne

 

Om Svayamsiddhaya Namah

 

I bow to the Lord who is himself a form of wealth and opulence

 

Om Siddharchitapadambujaya Namah

 

I bow to the Lord who is the sacred among all and whose feet are as soft as ambuj (lotus)

 

Om Bijapuraphalasaktaya Namah

 

I bow to the Lord who loves fruits a lot

 

Om Varadaya Namah

 

I bow to the Lord who gives boons

 

Om Sasvataya Namah

 

I bow to the Lord who is sasvat (permanent or perpetual)

 

Om Krutine Namah 

 

I bow to the Lord who is pure

 

Om Dvijapriyaya Namah: I bow to the Lord who has two consorts

 

 

 

Om Vitabhayaya Namah

 

I bow to the Lord who is loved by all

 

Om Gadine Namah

 

I bow to the Lord who is armed with a club

 

Om Chakrine Namah

 

I bow to the Lord who has chakras in his hands

 

Om Ikshuchapadhrite Namah

 

I bow to the Lord who bestows his devotees with boons

 

Om Sridaya Namah

 

I bow to the Lord who is merciful

 

Om Ajaya Namah

 

I bow to the Lord who can never be defeated

 

Om Utpalakaraya Namah

 

I bow to the Lord who is emaciated

 

Om Sripataye Namah

 

I bow to the Lord who is the husband of a goddess

 

Om Stutiharshitaya Namah

 

I bow to the Lord whose stuti (hymns) people sing happily

 

Om Kuladribhettre Namah

 

 I bow to the Lord who is the Lord of the mountains

 

Om Jatilaya Namah

 

 I bow to the Lord who is ascetic

 

Om Kalikalmashanasanaya Namah

 

 I bow to the Lord who killed the demons

 

Om Chandrachudamanaye Namah

 

I bow to the Lord who has a crescent moon on his head

 

Om Kantaya Namah

 

I bow to the Lord who is very splendorous

 

Om Papaharine Namah

 

 I bow to the Lord who kills our sins

 

Om Samahitaya Namah

 

 I bow to the Lord who possesses everyone

 

Om Asritaya Namah

 

 I bow to the Lord who is independent

 

Om Srikaraya Namah

 

 I bow to the Lord who has radiant hands

 

Om Saumyaya Namah

 

 I bow to the Lord who is saumya (gentle)

 

Om Bhaktavanchitadayakaya Namah

 

 I bow to the Lord who is wanted by devotees

 

Om Santaya Namah

 

I bow to the Lord who is like a saint

 

Om Kaivalyasukhadaya Namah

 

 I bow to the Lord who just bestows his devotees with happiness

 

Om Sachidanandavigrahaya Namah

 

 I bow to the Lord who is bliss and whose existence is real

 

Om Jnanine Namah

 

 I bow to the Lord who is gyani (who knows everything)

 

Om Dayayutaya Namah

 

 I bow to the Lord who is the one who is full of sympathy and blessings

 

Om Dantaya Namah

 

 I bow to the Lord who has one tooth

 

Om Brahmadveshavivarjitaya Namah

 

 I bow to the Lord who is exempted from the Brahmdvesh (hatred or sacred knowledge of brahmins)

 

Om Pramattadaityabhayadaya Namah

 

 I bow to the Lord who is an object of fear for demons

 

Om Srikanthaya Namah

 

 I bow to the Lord who has a very beautiful image

 

Om Vibhudesvaraya Namah

 

 I bow to the Lord who is extremely talented and intelligent

 

Om Ramarchitaya Namah

 

 I bow to the Lord whom Lord Rama prayed to

 

Om Vidhaye Namah

 

I bow to the Lord who is destiny for everyone

 

Om Nagarajayajnopavitavate Namah

 

 I bow to the Lord who uses nagaraj as a yagnopaveet (janeu or sacred thread that is tied from the left shoulder crossing the torso)

 

Om Sthulakanthaya Namah

 

 I bow to the Lord who has a bulky or stout neck

 

Om Svayamkartre Namah

 

 I bow to the Lord who does everything on his own

 

Om Samaghoshapriyaya Namah

 

 I bow to the Lord who is the vowels in himself

 

Om Parasmai Namah

 

 I bow to the Lord who is the words

 

Om Sthulatundaya Namah

 


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 I bow to the Lord who has a big and bulky proboscis

 

Om Agranye Namah

 

 I bow to the Lord who is always at the front and is a leader

 

Om Dhiraya Namah

 

 I bow to the Lord who is the bravest among all

 

Om Vagisaya Namah

 

 I bow to the Lord who is the master of all languages

 

Om Siddhidayakaya Namah

 

 I bow to the Lord who bestows his devotees with siddhi (opulence)

 

Om Durvabilvapriyaya Namah

 

 I bow to the Lord to whom one prays with Durva Grass (Bermuda Grass)

 

Om Avyaktamurtaye Namah

 

I bow to the Lord who is invisible

 

Om Adbhutamurtimate Namah

 

 I bow to the Lord who has a mesmerizing and fascinating image

 

Om Shailendratanujotsanga Khelanotsukamanasaya Namah

 

I bow to the Lord who is lord of the mountains and who is an object of happiness for the mankind

 

Om Svalavanyasudhasarajita Manmathavigrahaya Namah

 

 I bow to the Lord who has a grace of his own, who is a river of nectar and who is full of love

 

Om Samastajagadadharaya Namah

 

I bow to the Lord who is the basis of the existence of this whole world

 

Om Mayine Namah

 

I bow to the Lord who himself is magical

 

Om Mushikavahanaya Namah

 

I bow to the Lord who has mouse as his vehicle

 

Om Hrushtaya Namah

 

I bow to the Lord who is healthy and wealthy

 

Om Tushtaya Namah

 

I bow to the Lord who is pleased

 

Om Prasannatmane Namah

 

I bow to the Lord who gives happiness to the soul of a human being

 

Om Sarvassiddhipradayakaya Namah

 

I bow to the Lord who gives all kind of siddhi (opulence) to those who worship him.
 


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This ends the Ganesha Ashtothram