Lord Ganesh is one of the most respected deities in the Hindu religion and Indian culture, the elephant-headed son of Lord Shiva and the goddess Parvati. Also known as Vighnaharta, Shuklambaradharam Vishnum and this shloka lyrics Cleary describe him as he is the destroyer of the Vighna/muddles that appears from the outside. On Siddha Yoga Path we worship Lord Ganesh by invoking his grace and recognizing his qualities which are innate to us and support us when we forge our sadhana.
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Shuklambaradharam Vishnum Shloka Lyrics
Shuklambaradharam Vishnum Lyrics in Sanskrit
शुक्लाम्बरधरं विष्णुं शशिवर्णं चतुर्भुजम् ।
प्रसन्नवदनं ध्यायेत् सर्वविघ्नोपशान्तये ॥
śuklāmbaradharaṃ viṣṇuṃ śaśivarṇaṃ caturbhujam ।
prasannavadanaṃ dhyāyet sarvavighnopaśāntaye ॥
Shuklambaradharam Vishnum Lyrics in English
Shukla-Ambara-Dharam Vissnnum Shashi-Varnnam Catur-Bhujam |
Prasanna-Vadanam Dhyaayet Sarva-Vighnopashaantaye ||
The one who is wearing white clothes who is sustainer of the world like Vishnu, the one who is as white and calm as the moon itself, the one who has four hands which always give blessing to the world, the one is looks always happy, we bow down to you, please abolish all muddle.
Lyrics Meaning word by word
Shukla : white
Ambara : clothes
Dharam : wear
Shashi : bright like moon or moon
Varnnam : color or shad
Catur : four
Bhujam : hands
Prasanna-Vadanam : talks or look happy
Dhyaayet : bow down or remembering
Sarva-Vighno : All muddle / problems
pashaantaye : abolish / remove
There are a multitude of deities and gods that make up Hindu religion and Lord Ganesha is one of the most loved and respected of all, regardless of individual beliefs and customs. He is considered to be God of good beginnings and wisdom and in his name new ventures and important life decisions are made. There are many spiritual lessons to learn from the story of Lord Ganesh, lessons which find a place in our daily professional and personal lives.
The Lord’s auspicious intention permeates his words and deeds, and we can be sure that it was no coincidence that he gave his son the head of an elephant. It is this belief that Lord Ganesha did by his actions what was in the best interests of his mother Parvatis that we must inoculate ourselves and the way we work. As for the head of the elephant, the Lord blessed his son Jnana with wisdom, an astute intellect and a phenomenal memory.
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