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This poem is composed in a metre called pancacAmaram, which has four quarters of sixteen syllables each, and has a scheme of short-long-short-long syllables laghu-guru-laghu-guru in prosody parlance this ‘tadhIm-tadhIm’ gait endows it with a brisk, marching gait.
He who recites this every morning with devotion, these five gems about Lord Ganapati and who remembers in his heart the great Ganesha, will soon be endowed with a healthy life free of blemishes, will attain learning, noble sons, a long life that is calm and pleasant and will be endowed with spiritual and material prosperity. GaNesha also wears a garland of erukku Tamizh –milkweed flowers on that day.
I will surely keep in mind for the future use. The Tamizh book titled ‘shrI jagadguru granthamAlA’, vol. From the 4th minute on in the youtube link you posted, Smt.
Some people translate ‘natetarAti bhIkaraM’ as ‘one who is very terrible to those who are not his devotees’. It would be great if I could get a word by word translation of this song.
Thus, Shiva is referred to as the Yama’s Yama–antakAntaka. Here is the first verse: He who recites this every morning with devotion, these five gems about Lord Ganapati and who gnaesha in his heart the great Ganesha, will soon be endowed with a healthy life free of blemishes, will attain learning, noble sons, a long life that is calm and pleasant and will be endowed with spiritual and material prosperity.
Ganesha Pancharatnam – In sanskrit with meaning
Set to modern music and chanted by Uma Mohan and Ghayathri Devi: Keerthi has already posted the meaning of the pancaratnam pancharaatnam this thread. These terms are typically associated with the acts of an elephant.
The overall effect of movement in the stotra in the pancha-chAmaram metre, is the majestic movement of an elephant, gently shaking its head ganesua and right. Leave a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. I shall be grateful if you or anyone else could identify the source of this stotra.
Post navigation Prev Post. But, someone is sure to set me right! On a lighter vein: I prostrate before Lord Vinaayaka who joyously holds modaka in His hand, who bestows salvation, who wears the moon as a crown in His head, who is the sole leader of those who lose themselves in the world. In shloka 1 he uses, Ashu nAshanaM–quickly destroys. This album is sung by Uma Mohan and Ghayathri Devi He is quick in removing obstacles, all that is crooked and gnesha.
In shloka 2, Shankara describes GaNesha as ‘parAtparam nirantaram’–ParamAtman who pervades all space and time leaving no intervals. I believe this is the Ganadhipa Pancharatmam.
It is visheSha–special, to offer them to him in the ‘sangkaTahara chaturthI vrata pUjA’, which is observed on the chaturthI–fourth day, after each full moon. In the second line, manaskaraM is neatly reversed as namaskaromi, implying that namaskAram is not just an act of prostrating with the body, but also with speech and mind.
You can find this at http: I bow down with my whole mind to the shining Ganapati who brings happiness to all the worlds, who destroyed the demon Gajasura, who has a big belly, beautiful elephant face, who is immortal, who gives mercy, forgiveness and happiness to those who bow to Him and who bestows fame and a well disposed mind. It would be a great help if someone could help me with word to word meaning of Ganesha pancharatnam which i am giving below: Shankara uses many phrases to describe GaNesha’s powers of destroying obstacles to spiritual progress: I think you are mistaking the phalaSruti as the 6th Smt.
It also refers to all the aishvarya–the aShTamA-siddhis, the eight powers of vision, audition, cognition, discrimination, omniscience, swiftness of thought, power of assuming forms at will, and the faculty of expatiation MWD. Can anyone give me the source and meaning of the second part from 4: The leader of the leaderless who destroyed the elephant demon called Gajaasura and who quickly destroys the sins of those who bow down to Him, I worship such a Lord Ganesh.