Srimad Narayaneeyam !! Audio Track 11 - 20

 
 
Jai Sriman Narayana !!
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 




Jai Sriman Narayana !!

Srimad Narayaneeyam !! An Introduction - Audio Track 1 - 10



 
 
Jai Sriman Narayana !!
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Jai Sriman Narayana !!
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Shiva Ashtapadi !! Sapthadashashtapadi - Ashtapadi 17

 
 
Jai Sriman Narayana !!
 
 
 
 
Jaya Jaya Sankara Hara Hara Sankara !!
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 



Shiva Gitimala was composed by Jagadguru Sri Chandrasekharendra Saraswathi ( 62nd Seer of Sri Kanchi Kamakoti Peedam), it consists of 20 enthralling verses known as Ashtapadi praising the pleasurable moments of Lord Ekamreshwarar and Goddess Sri Kamakshi.  This beautiful composition portraits the desperation, devotion and dedication, of individual soul/Jeevathma, attain union with the Supreme soul/Paramathma in order to achieve eternal bliss.  Shiva Ashtapadi/Shiva Gitimala begins with the veneration of Lord Ganesha.  The entire verses illustrate the miserable state of separation of Goddess Parvathi from Lord Shiva.  Goddess Sri Parvati underwent severe penance on the river banks of Kampa in order to unite with the Lord Shiva.  The divine couple undergoes unbearable pain of separation; Lord Shiva came down to Earth and resides under a mango tree where Goddess Sri Parvati undertakes penance was observed by faithful companion of Goddess and was duly informed.  The state of remorsefulness, desertion, guilt and the messages exchanged through the companion of Godess Sri Parvati etc.. are beautifully depicted in the Ashtapadi.  Ultimately Lord Shiva appears before Goddess Sri Parvati and apologizes profusely, after an initial harshness between the couple and blissfully unites.

 

In the previous chapters Sri Chandrasekharendra Yathi described the pitiable state of Goddess Sri Parvati due to the pain of separation from her consort Lord Shiva, eventually her misconception about Lord’s amorous sport with the young maiden.  She was extremely annoyed by the lack of attention of Lord Shiva; she was shrunken by the cupid flower arrows of Lord Manmatha and converse in extreme bitterness with her faithful companion.  Ultimately, Goddess Sri Parvati realized the presence of Lord who leans down before her with a proposal to alleviate the felony committed by him.

 

Goddess Sri Parvati angrily spoke “Your red eyes unveils the story of the amorous sport with the young maiden, you still protect her in your third eye due to the obsession towards her  and the pleasure she had given which is like nectar mixed with poison which is far from Vedic nuance.  The flower garland smeared with vermillion due to the nearness of her raised bosom on your wide chest reveals the amorous sport you had with the young maiden, marks of her sharp finger nails all over your body reveals the excitement you had during the passionate sport.   The crescent moon has changed its position on your matted hair locks, your beautiful lips and mouth has become red in color shows the height of your passionate love with the young maiden and it raises my anger.  You are immersed in the thought of her enthralling red feet which caused you shine red reveals your uncontrollable attachment towards her.   Your kind words remind me the pleasurable moment of yours with the young maiden and it is haunting me.  Your shattered matted hair locks tied with the strings of flowers of Kalpaka tree shows the mischievous and passionate sport of yours. “    Goddess Sri Parvati closely observes the strange appearance of Lord Shiva before her and misread them as evident mark of Lord’s passionate sport with the young maiden. 

 

The above verses of Chandrasekharendra Yathi, ardent devotee of Lord Shiva describes the appearance of Lord Shiva before Goddess Sri Parvati would bring happiness to wise.

 

|| Om Namashivaya ||

|| Sri Chandrasekharendra Saraswathi Virachith||

|| Navama Sarga: ||

Chapter – 9

Iththam Rusha Sahacharim Parusham Vadhanthi

Shailadhiraja Thanuja Thanujathakashyarth |

Nithva Katham Kathamapi Kshanadham Mahesha:

Bhaga: Prashanthi Vinatham Kudilam Bhabhashey ||

|| Sapthadashashtapadi ||

Ashtapadi - 17

Chathura Yuvathi Surathadhara Jagaritharuna Madhrutha Vilasam

Nidila Nayana Nayanadhwithayam Thava Kathayathi Thadhabhinivesham |

Pahi Thamiha Phalalochana Ya Thava Dhishathi Viharam

Garala Militha Dhavalabhrutha Miva Haramagama Vachanamasaram || Pahi ||

 

Guruthar Kucha Parirambana Sambhrutha Kukuma Pangila Haram

Smarathi Vishalamuro Vishadham Thava Rathirabha Sadhanuragam || Pahi ||

 

Rathipathi Samara Vinirmmitha Nishitha Nakha Chihritharekham

Vapuridha Mallika Vilochana Lasadhiva Rathibhara Kruthajaya Rekham || Pahi ||

 

Radhana Vasanamarunamidham Thava Purahara Bhajathi Viragam

Vigalitha Himakarashakalamudham Chidhadharshatharathi Bharavegam || Pahi ||

 

Yuvathi Padhasyathayavaka Rasa Pari Chinithatharathi Kamaneeyam

Vilasathi Vapuridhamalagubhahigartha Mayathi Viragamameyam || Pahi ||

 

Yuvathi Kruthavranamadhara Gatham Thava Kalayathi Mama Hrudhi Rosham

Priya Vachana Vasarepi Maya Saha Spudayathi Thathparithosham || Pahi ||

 

Suratharu Suma Dhamanikaya Nibhaddha Jadavali Valaya Mudharam

Kithava Manobhava Sangara Shithilithamanu Kathayathi Suviharam || Pahi ||

 

Ithi Himagiri Kula Dipikaya Krutha Shiva Pari Vadhana Vidhanam

Sukhayathu Buddha Janabhisha Nisheyvana Yathivara Vidhushokhara Ganam || Pahi ||

 

Idhagivadhani Subhahuni Thava Priyayam

Gadanuraga Krutha Sangama Lanjjithani |

Sakshadhavekshithavathimiha Mamupethya

Kim Bhashasey Kitavashekhara Chandramouley ||
 
Jaya Jaya Sankara Hara Hara Sankara !!
 
Jai Sriman Narayana !!

Shiva Ashtapadi !! Shodashashtapadi - Ashtapadi -16

 
 
Jai Sriman Narayana !!
 
 
 
 
Jaya Jaya Sankara Hara Hara Sankara !!
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Shiva Gitimala was composed by Jagadguru Sri Chandrasekharendra Saraswathi ( 62nd Seer of Sri Kanchi Kamakoti Peedam), it consists of 20 enthralling verses known as Ashtapadi praising the pleasurable moments of Lord Ekamreshwarar and Goddess Sri Kamakshi.  This beautiful composition portraits the desperation, devotion and dedication, of individual soul/Jeevathma, attain union with the Supreme soul/Paramathma in order to achieve eternal bliss.  Shiva Ashtapadi/Shiva Gitimala begins with the veneration of Lord Ganesha.  The entire verses illustrate the miserable state of separation of Goddess Parvathi from Lord Shiva.  Goddess Sri Parvati underwent severe penance on the river banks of Kampa in order to unite with the Lord Shiva.  The divine couple undergoes unbearable pain of separation; Lord Shiva came down to Earth and resides under a mango tree where Goddess Sri Parvati undertakes penance was observed by faithful companion of Goddess and was duly informed.  The state of remorsefulness, desertion, guilt and the messages exchanged through the companion of Godess Sri Parvati etc.. are beautifully depicted in the Ashtapadi.  Ultimately Lord Shiva appears before Goddess Sri Parvati and apologizes profusely, after an initial harshness between the couple and blissfully unites.
 
In this verse Sri Chandrasekharendra Yathi describes the pitiable state of Goddess Sri Parvati out of pangs of separation from her consort Lord Shiva.  Goddess Sri Parvati earnestly prays to Lord, love of her life residing under the foot of mango tree in an utter desolation out of separation from her and equally tortured by the cupid flower arrows of Lord Manmatha to show mercy on her.  The young maiden who had sported with the Lord has beautiful feet which resembles red lotuses enable to cross the bondages/ world of ocean, she has the noble qualities and her radiant smile has the resemblance to moon creates positive vibes in the surroundings, Lord Shiva who was withered with the cupid flower arrows of Lord Manmatha has the incomparable passion sported with that woman.  Goddess Sri Parvati assumes that Lord Shiva who has beautiful matted hair locks and divine marks on his forehead where the deities resides, reveling with the young woman with full of passion with no pangs of separation from her.
 
The above verses of Sri Chandrasekharendra Yathi describes the amorous sport of Lord Shiva provides happiness to All.
 
Further, Goddess Sri Parvati prays to the gentle breeze from Mount Malaya to bring sweet scented smell of the Supreme Lord Shiva for a moment.
|| Om Namashivaya ||
|| Sri Chandrasekharendra Saraswathi Virachith||
|| Ashtama Sarga: ||
 
Mathprananethura Sahayarasalamoola-
Leelagruhasya Mayi Chedhanuraga Banddha: |
Anyakathanubhavina: Pranayanu Banddho
Dhoothi Praseedhathi Mamaisha Mahanubhava: ||
 
|| Shodashashtapadi ||
Ashtapadi - 16
 
Aruna Kamala Shubhathara Charanena Sapadhi Gatha Na Hi Bhavatharena
Ya Vihratha Puravairina ||
 
Smitharuchi Himakara Shubha Vadhanena Nihithaguna Vilasitha Sadhanena ||
Ya Vihratha ||
 
Sarasa Vachana Jitha Kusuma Rasena Hrudhi Vinihitharathi Krutha Rabasena ||
Ya Vihratha ||
 
Vihitha Vividha Kusuma Shara Vihrathey Nanagatharasa Nayaguna Vihithena ||
Ya Vihratha ||
 
Udhitha Jalaja Ruchira Galena Sputithamana Na Yuvathi Nigalena ||
Ya Vihratha ||
 
Kanakaruchira Sujadapadalenanuhatha  Sudha Sa Thilaka Nidilena ||
Ya Vihratha ||
 
Nikhila Yuvathi Madhano Dhayena Jwarithamana Na Viraha Dhahanena ||
Ya Vihratha ||
 
Thuhinakirana Dharayathi Rachanena Sukhayathu Mam Shivahitha Vachanena ||
Ya Vihratha ||
 
Ayi Malayasammera Kroora Bhavoraganam
Srasitha Janitha Kim They Madhashihimsanena |
Kshanamiva Sahakaradhisha Gathranushanga –
Upahrutha Parimalathma Samnidhehi Prasanna : ||
 
 Jaya Jaya Sankara Hara Hara Sankara !!
 
Jai Sriman Narayana !!

Mesha Sankranti on 14th April, 2014 !! Shiva Ashtapadi !! Panchadashashtapadi - Ashtapadi - 15

 
 
Jai Sriman Narayana !!
 
 
 
 
 
Jaya Jaya Sankara Hara Hara Sankara !!
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 




Shiva Gitimala was composed by Jagadguru Sri Chandrasekharendra Saraswathi ( 62nd Seer of Sri Kanchi Kamakoti Peedam), it consists of 20 enthralling verses known as Ashtapadi praising the pleasurable moments of Lord Ekamreshwarar and Goddess Sri Kamakshi.  This beautiful composition portraits the desperation, devotion and dedication, of individual soul/Jeevathma, attain union with the Supreme soul/Paramathma in order to achieve eternal bliss.  Shiva Ashtapadi/Shiva Gitimala begins with the veneration of Lord Ganesha.  The entire verses illustrate the miserable state of separation of Goddess Parvathi from Lord Shiva.  Goddess Sri Parvati underwent severe penance on the river banks of Kampa in order to unite with the Lord Shiva.  The divine couple undergoes unbearable pain of separation; Lord Shiva came down to Earth and resides under a mango tree where Goddess Sri Parvati undertakes penance was observed by faithful companion of Goddess and was duly informed.  The state of remorsefulness, desertion, guilt and the messages exchanged through the companion of Godess Sri Parvati etc.. are beautifully depicted in the Ashtapadi.  Ultimately Lord Shiva appears before Goddess Sri Parvati and apologizes profusely, after an initial harshness between the couple and blissfully unites.

 

In this verse, Sri Chandrasekharendra Yathi describes the desperation of Goddess Sri Parvati out of separation from her consort Lord Shiva; further she spoke to her faithful companion in utter desolation about the amorous sport of Lord with young maiden who has no shelter in the forest on the river banks of Kampa.  Her enthralling feet surpasses the beauty of red lotuses that was devoured by Lord; she was emaciated by the cupid flower arrows of Lord Manmatha.  Lord Shiva decorates her beautiful long curly hair with the fresh alluring flowers of various fragrances that was surrounded honey bees.  Her unparalleled beauty and physical features attracted him frenziedly; he applies musk on her body and raised bosom which devour his intellect, he decorates her with jewels and flower buds.  Her beautiful face with radiant smile, shining teeth and attractive lips were arrested Him, resulted in drawing strange pictures on her face with the sandal paste.  Lord Shiva engrossed in the riveting beauty of the young maiden in the moonlight, her golden colored clothes slipped off from its place which revealed the beauty of her thin waist decorated with finest jewels.    Lord Shiva engaged in the amorous sport with the young maiden who has raised bosom, devouring the sweet scented nectar from her lips, finding immense pleasure in her lovely face and gives out a smile in forlorn, eventually the couple engaged in a passionate sport in the moon light and gentle breeze.

 

The above verses of Sri Chandrasekharendra Yativara, ardent devotee of Lord Shiva would dispel the dreadful sins of His devotees.

 

Further Goddess Sri Parvati reveals her anxiety surmounted by despair and uncontrollable desire for Lord Shiva to her faithful companion, worries about the absence of Lord Shiva; ultimately she pacifies herself with the promising thoughts about Lord’s return and taking shelter in her.

 

|| Om Namashivaya ||

|| Sri Chandrasekharendra Saraswathi Virachith||

|| Panchadashashtapadi ||

Ashtapadi – 15

Virahitha Sharano Ramani Charano Vijitharuna Pankajey

Arunimaruchiram Kalayathi Suchiram Mathimiva Vapushi Nijey

Ramathey Kampa Mahithavaney Vijayi Purarijaney || Ramathey ||

 

Alikulavalithey Parimala Lalithey Yuvathi Kudilalakey

Kalayathi Kusumam Vilasitha Sushumam Sumashara Paripalakey || Ramathey ||

 

Kuchagiri Yugaley Nijamathinigaley Mrugamadha Rachanakarey

Manisara Nikaram Vilasitha Mukuram Khadayathi Sumanoharey || Ramathey ||

 

Vilasitha Radhaney Tharuni Vadhaney Kisalaya Ruchiradharey

Rachayathi Pathram Makara Vichithram Smitharuichi Parimasurey || Ramathey ||

 

Kadithada Bhagey Manasija Yogey Vigalitha Kanakambarey

Manimaya Rashanam Ravirachi Vasanam Khadayathi Thuhinakarey ||  Ramathey ||

 

Adharamudhalim Rachira Radhalim Pibathi Sumukha Shankarey

Vidhadhathi Madhuram Hasathi Cha Vidhuram Rathi Nidhi Nihithadharey || Ramathey ||

 

Mrudhula Sameerey Valathi Gambhirey Vilasathi Thuhinakarey

Udhitha Manojam Vikasadhurojam Shiva Rathi Vihithadharey || Ramathey ||

 

Ithi  Rasa Vachaney Shivanathi Rachaney Purahara Bhajanadharey

Bahujani Kalusham Nirasathu Purusham Yathivara Vidhu Shekharey || Ramathey ||

 

Ayathavaniha Na Khedha Paranushanga-

Vanchabharena Vivashastharunendhu Mouli: |

Swacchandhameva Ramatham Thava Kothra Dhosha :

Pashyachirena Dhayitham Madhupashrayasyam ||
 
 
Jaya Jaya Sankara Hara Hara Sankara !!
 
Jai Sriman Narayana !!