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BHAKTAMARA STOTRA of Acarya Manatunga

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  • MANISH MODI
    NAMO VITARAGAYA Jay Jinendra ADINATHA STOTRA (BHAKTAMARA STOTRA) of Acarya Manatunga Metre: Vasantatilaka Sanskrit text + English adaptation ~ English
    Message 1 of 44 , Nov 1, 2009
      NAMO VITARAGAYA
      Jay Jinendra
       
      ADINATHA STOTRA
      (BHAKTAMARA STOTRA)
      of
      Acarya Manatunga

      Metre: Vasantatilaka

      Sanskrit text + English adaptation
       
      ~ English adaptation by Manish Modi

      sampuurnamandalashashaankakalaakalaapa-
      -shubhraa gunaastribhuvanam tava lamghayanti
      ye sanshritaastrijagadiishvara naathamekam
      kastaannivaarayati samcarato yatheshtam [14]

      sampUrNamaNDalazazAGkakalAkalApa-
      -zubhrA guNAstribhuvanaM tava lamghayanti
      ye sanzritAstrijagadIzvara nAthamekaM
      kastAnnivArayati samcarato yatheSTaM [14]

      O lord of the three worlds,
      Your fame, more luminous than moonbeams,
      Pervades the three worlds.
      And because it belongs to you, the one supreme being,
      Who can keep it back?
    • MANISH MODI
      NAMO VITARAGAYA Jay Jinendra ADINATHA STOTRA (BHAKTAMARA STOTRA) of Acarya Manatunga Metre: Vasantatilaka Sanskrit text + English adaptation ~ English
      Message 44 of 44 , Jan 7, 2010

        NAMO VITARAGAYA

        Jay Jinendra
         
         
        ADINATHA STOTRA
        (BHAKTAMARA STOTRA) 
        of 
        Acarya Manatunga

        Metre: Vasantatilaka

        Sanskrit text + English adaptation
          
        ~ English adaptation by Manish Modi

        kuntaagrabhinnagajashonitavaarivaaha-
        vegaavataarataranaaturayodhabhiime-
        yuddhe jayam vijitadurjjayajeyapakshaa-
        stvatpaadapankajavanaashrayino labhante [43]

        kuntAgrabhinnagajazoNitavArivAha-
        vegAvatArataraNAturayodhabhIme-
        yuddhe jayaM vijitadurjjayajeyapakSA-
        stvatpAdapaGkajavanAzrayiNo labhante [43]

        In a battle against terrifying formidable warriors,
        Where the blood of elephants decapitated by spears flows in torrents,
        Those who have obtained shelter in the twin forests of your feet
        Win against the most invincible foes.

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