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Sri Vishnu Sahasranam
Vishnu Sahasranamam Slokha - 85 - 96
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sundarah sundo ratna-nabhah su-locanah |
arko vaja-sanih sr'ngI jayantah sarva-vij-jayI ||
a) He Who rose above samsara. b) He Who is of a superior birth,
taking birth as He likes, where He likes, when He likes. c) He
from Whom everything originated. d) He Who resides in an
exalted place ( SrI vaikunTham). e) He Who created the exalted gods
and goddesses. f) He Who is born again and again for the protection of
dharma. om udbhavaya namah
797. sundarah - a) He Who is handsome. b) He Who has
the beautiful conch - pa'ncajanyam. c) He Who killed sunda through
upasunda (sunda-rah). d) He Who is exceedingly well regarded and
worshipped. e) He Who has separated or divided the different
creatures well in many ways. Om sundaraya namah.
sundah - a) He Who presents
Himself as a very soft person to the asura-s in order to convince
them to follow His deceitful methods. b) He Who is soft to His
devotees. c) He Who bestows joy and happiness on His devotees. Om
799. ratna-nabhah - a) He with a gem-like navel. b) He Who
has the navel from which the gem among men -brahma - originated.
c) He Who destroys the asuras (aratna-nAbhah). d) He Who has ratna
in His navel - in the form of ratna-s in the oceans. Om
800. su-locanah - a) One with bewitching eyes. b) He
of superior wisdom. c) One Who has the wisdom and the vision of the
Self. d) He Who gives everyone else the ability to see. om
801. arkah - a) He Who is praised. b) He Who is in the form
of the sun. Om arkaya namah.
vaja-sanih - a) He Who advocated eating a lot (a Preacher of
mundane pleasures, like eating). b) He Who provides for the
nourishment of all His creation. Om vaja-sanaye namah.
sr'ngi - a) He Who appears like one having a horn (with a
bunch of peacock feathers in his hand). b) He Who had a horn in His
matsya and varAha incarnations. c) He With the peak of Govardhana
mountain on His hand. d) He Who has provided every creature with the
means to express its sr'nga or expression of power. e) He Who
destroys the fear of birth in His devotees. Om sr'ngine namah.
jayantah - The Conquerer. Om jayantaya namah.
sarva-vij-jayI - a) The Conqueror of those who had learnt all
things. b) He Who is Omniscient and Victorious. c) He Who had won
over the hearts of the all-knowing sages. Om sarva-vij-jayine namah.
mahahrado mahagarto mahabhuto mahanidhih ||
suvarna-binduh - a)
He Who concealed the truth of the vedic path from the asura-s with
sweet words. b) He Who has a beautiful form with golden-colored
beautiful limbs. c) He Who is in the form of the auspicious praNava
mantra. d) He Who has a beautiful form, and Who has beautifully
divided the creatures of the universe into their various parts. e)
The Knower of the veda-s consisting of auspicious letters. f) He Who
has the beautiful golden-colored sandalwood marks on His forehead,
cheeks, etc. Om suvarna-bindave namah.
- a-kshobhyah - He who is unshaken by desire. Om akshobhyaya
sarva-vag-isvara-isvarah - The Lord of all who have a
mastery over all words. Om sarva-vag-isvara-isvaraya namah.
maha-hradah - a) The Vast Lake in which the sinners drown
never to rise again, and the devotees dip again and again to get
relief. b) He Who is associated with the deep waters, as in kAlIya
mardanam, or in His reclining on the Milk Ocean. c) He Who has
created the great oceans so that the earth does not become
completely dry and perish. Om maha-hradaya anamah.
maha-gartah - a) He Who pushes the great sinners into the
great pit of samsAra. b) The Great Charioteer of mahabharata
fame. c) The One with the Great Chariot (with the Garuda in its
flag). d) He Who resides in the great mountains such as
Seshacala. e) The Great Pit in which everything in this
Universe originates, resides, and merges back. Om maha-gartaya namah.
maha-bhutah - a) He Who considers great men as His own. b)
He Who is a Great Being. c) He Who is the Origin of the five
elements. Om maha-bhutaya namah.
maha-nidhih - a) He Who has the great treasure in the
form of His devotees. b) He Who is a great treasure for His
devotees. c) He Who is the Abode of everything in the Universe. d)
He Who is like a treasure from which His devotees can draw at will.
Om maha-nidhaye namah.
kundarah kundah parjanyah pavano'nilah |
amrtaso'mrta-vapuh sarva~jnah sarvato-mukhah ||
kumudah - a) He Who
is on this earth with delight by enjoying the association with His
devotees. b) One Who gladdens the earth by ridding it of the
evil-doers. c) One Who bestows the auspicious world of parama padam.
d) One Who delights in the sky, in the form of the sun. e) He Who
wears a garland made of blue lilies. Om kumudaya namah.
kundarah - a) The Bestower of the knowledge of the Supreme
Reality (kunda-rah). b) He Who dissolves or eliminates the sins
accumulated over countless births (kun-darah). c) He Who bestows
benefits as agreeable as the kunda flower (kunda-rah). d) He Who
accepts offering that are pure like the kunda flowers (kunda-lah).
e) He Who pierced the earth in His varAha incarnation in search of
hiranyaksha (kum-darah). f) One Who gives what is sought or what is
desired. g) He Who created the oceans by tearing apart the earth (kum-darah).
h) He Who is very pleased with the offerings of the kunda pushpa-s
by His devotees (kunda-rah). Om kundaraya namah.
kundah - a) He Who grants the successive stages of higher
knowledge. b) He Who cleanses the sins of His devotees. c)
He Who is pure and beautiful like the kunda (jasmine) flower. d)
He Who bestows purity like the kunda flower to His devotees. e)
He Who has the spear by name kunta (kuntah). f) One who is
sharp like the kunta spear in removing the sins of His devotees (kuntah). g)
He Who gave an offering of the earth to kasyapa rshi. h) He Who
eliminated the bad kshatriya kings from the earth. i) He Who
cleanses the earth through the sun, rain, etc. Om kundaya namah.
parjanyah - a) He Who bestows His blessings on the
devotees like the rain-cloud. b) He from whom a superior birth
is attained. c) He Who protects. Om parjanyaya namah.
pavanah - a) He Who is the forrn of the wind. b) He
Who moves to His devotees to remove their distress. c) He Who
purifies in the form of wind, agni, water, etc. d) He Who
protects the protectors - the kings (pA + avanah). Om pavanaya
anilah - a) He Who need not be goaded by anyone in His
blessing the devotees (an-ilah). b) He Who has no enforcer
above Him. c) He Who is easily accessible to His devotees (a-nilah). d)
He Who is the Giver of life-breath to everything else. e) He Who is
ever awakened. f) One Who needs no support. g) One Who
does not have a fixed residence, One Who is in the form of the wind,
etc. h) He Who has no end. i) One Who has no binding to
papa, punya, etc. j) He Who gave the kingdom (to ugrasena after
killing kamsa). k) He Who spent sleepless nights (planning how
to save rukmini). om anilaya namah.
amrtasah - a) He Who feeds His devotees with the Nectar -
Himself. b) He Who consumed the nectar after churning the Milk
Ocean. c) One Who has an ever-living will to give fruits. d)
One Whose wishes are failure-proof. e) One Who is dear to the
mukta-s. f) One Who provides unending means of survival for His
creation. Om amrtasaya namah.
amrta-vapuh - a) He of a Nectar-like body. b) He Who
has an immortal form. c) He Who sows and cuts the lives of this
Universe continuously irrespective of time. Om amrta-vapushe namah.
sarvaj~nah - a) He Who knows all. b) He Who knows all
the needs of all His devotees. Om sarvajnaya namah.
sarvato-mukhah - a) He Who can be approached from many
paths. b) He Who has faces on all sides. Om sarvato-mukhaya
su-vratah siddhah Satru-jit Satru-tapanah |
nyag-rodhodumbaro'Svatthah canurandhra-nishudanah ||
su-labhah - a) He Who can be
easily attained. b) He Who makes it possible to attain sukham (sukham
labhata). Om su-labhaya namah.
su-vratah - a) He Who has taken a good, strong vow. b) He Who
accepts only the pure food that is offered with sincerity by His
selfless devotees. c) He Who controlled what He consumed
appropriately in His nara-narayana incarnation. d) He Who controls
everything in this universe and keeps them in order. e) He Who
observed all the vrata-s rigorously in His Krishna incarnation, even
though He was the Supreme Soul. Om su-vrataya namah.
siddhah - a) He Whose protection is ever available without any
special effort on the part of His devotees. b) He Who is the
siddhopaya - the already existing means - for attaining moksham.
c) He Who is fully accomplished, without dependence on anyone or
anything else. d) He Who makes His devotees accomplished - in
their tapas and other efforts to attain Him. e) He Who gave us the
Sastras, or He Who bestows auspiciousness on us. f) The final
conclusion - the Ultimate Truth - through all means of proof
available to us. g) He Who accomplishes all His undertakings
flawlessly to completion and perfection. om siddhaya namah.
Satru-jit-satru-tapanah - He Who occupies the bodies of Satru-
jits to torment His devotees' enemies. Om satru-jit-satru-tapanaya
nyag-rodhodumbarah - He Who has the Supreme Abode with Lakshmi
and everything that is magnificent, but Who is at the command of the
devotees who approach Him with folded hands. a) He Who has the most
auspicious SrI vaikuntham as His own. b) He Who is `above the sky',
i.e., superior to all. c) He Who nourishes the world in the form of
food etc. d) One Who has the best of sounds - the veda-s, as His
form. e) He Who is praised by the highest and best of sounds -
bhajans, nama-sankirtanas etc. f) He Who has the superior pitambaram
as His garment (ud- ambarah). om nyagrodhodumbaraya namah.
asvattah - a) He Who has established the impermanent gods for
performing various functions. b) He Who is described as the root of
an eternal asvattha tree of samsara etc. c) He Who eternally rules
over the universe that is never the same, and keeps constantly
changing. d) He Who pervades the entire universe in the form of the
five great elements. om asvattaya namah.
canurandhra-nishudanah - a) He Who slew the wrestler by name
canura. b) He Who causes utmost misery to those who cause hardship
to the good people of sattvik disposition. c) He Who slew canura,
duryodhana and the like. Om canurandhara-nishudanaya namah.
sapta-jihvah saptaidhah sapta-vahanah |
a-murtir_anagho'cintyo bhaya-krt bhaya-nasanah ||
sahasrarcih - a) The
Thousand-rayed, Who illumines everything in this Universe. b) He
Whose tirumeni radiates with kanti that resembles infinite number or
rays emanating from Him. Om sahasrarcishe namah.
sapta-jihvah - The seven-tongued. Om sapta-jihvaya namah.
saptaidhah - One Who is kindled in the form of fire by the seven
kinds of offerings. Om saptaidhase namah.
sapta-vahanah - a) He Who has seven vehicles in the form of the
seven Vedic mantra-s represented by the seven horses of the Sun. b)
He Who supports the Universe in the form of the seven Sun-s. c) He
Who supports the three worlds through the seven vayu-mandala-s or
regions of air. d) He Who has a vehicle with its horse named sapta.
e) He Who protects the beings through facilities that has provided
in units of seven - seven types of fluids in our system, seven
holes in our face as sense organs, the seven objects of these
sense-organs, etc. f) He Who conducts the seven worlds with
prosperity. Om sapta-vahanaya namah.
a-murtih - a) He Who does not have a body that is the effect of
karma similar to ours. b) He Who is signified by the letter `a' in
pranavam. om a-murtaye namah
an-aghah - a) The Sinless. b) He Who is opposed to sin. c) He
Who is of blemishless character. d) He Who does not suffer sorrow.
Om anaghaya namah.
a-cintyah - a) He Who is incomparable to anything known. b)
He Whose power cannot be imagined. c) He Who cannot be
completely comprehended in our minds. Om a-cintyaya namah.
bhya-krt - He Who causes fear. Om bhaya-krte namah.
bhaya-nasanah - He Who destroys fear. Om bhaya-nasanaya namah.
guna-bhrn_nir-guno mahan |
adhrtah sva-dhrtah svasyah prag-vamso vamsa-vardhanah || 90
anuh - a) He
Who has the power of being smaller than anything small that is known
to us. b) He Who is the cause of the sound that permeates
everywhere and is in everything (ana - Sabde). c) He Who is in
the form of the Vedas, or He Who reveals the Vedas, the Sastras,
etc. (ana - sabde). Om anave namah.
brhat - The Great. Om brhate namah.
krsah - a) He Who is lighter
than the light. b) He Who is thinner than anything thin. c) He Who
reduces or eliminates the difficulties to His devotees. d) He Who
pares down the form for the jiva-s to make it possible for them to
live in comfort. e) He Who makes `light work' of the asura-s (i.e.,
He Who destroys the asura-s). Om
sthulah - a) He Who is immense. b)
He Who grows or enhances enormously the wealth of His devotees. Om
a) The Supporter of all that are subject to Him. b) He Who supports
the three guNa-s of sattva, rajas, and tamas. c) He Who bears (has)
infinite kalyana guna-s. Om guna-bhrte namah.
nir-gunah - He Who is bereft of the qualities (common to
others). Om nir-gunaya namah.
- a) He Who is supreme in everything. b)
He Who is Great beyond comprehension. c) He Who is worthy of
worship, and worshiped by the likes of Indra. Om mahate namah.
a) The Unconstrained. b)
The Unsustained. Om
sva-dhrtah - He
Who is Self-sustained and superior over the baddha-s who may have
some of the same ashTa aiSvarya-s that we saw above, through
meditation , prayer, etc. Om svadhrtaya namah
svasyah - He Who has a glorious
status and is superior over the mukta-s, who have a status
equivalent to Him in many respects, but who were once clouded by
nescience. Om svasyaya namah
prag-vamsah - He Who is the cause
of the eternally free souls and is superior over the nitya-s, the
eternal souls in Sri Vaikuntham, since He is their origin, source
and eternal support. Om prag-vamsaya namah
vamsa-vardhanah - He Who keeps His
progeny growing, bhagavan, the One who fosters and grows all the
three categories of jIva-s. Om vamsa-vardhanaya namah.
kathito yogi yogisah sarva-kama-dah |
asramah sramanah kshamah suparno vayu-vahanah ||
bhara-bhrt - He
Who shoulders the burden. Om bhara-bhrte namah.
kathitah - He Whose greatness is extolled by all the Vedas,
Puranas, etc. om kathitaya namah.
yogI - a) He Who is endowed with super-human powers. b)
He Who is realized through yogic powers. c) He Who bonds
everything together. d) He Who has total control of His Self. e)
He Who unites the devotees with their wishes - i.e., He Who
bestows the devotees' wishes. Om yogine namah.
yogisah - He Who is the foremost Lord of all yogins. Om yogisaya
sarva-kama-dah - He Who bestows all desires. Om sarva-kama-daya
asramah - He Who provides an abode of rest for the seekers. Om
Sramanah - a) He Who makes it possible to continue the
effort of uncompleted yoga in the next birth. b) He Who
torments those who have not exercised their discriminating ability. c)
He Who undertook tapas in the form of Nara Narayana for the welfare
of the world. d) He Who is the source of subsistence for
sanyAsin-s. e) Subject matter of, and known by, hymns of praise. Om
ksamah - a) One Who is in a
diminished form (in the form of Dhruva, the Pole Star). b) He
Who helps the yogi to become well-equipped. c) He Who alone is
left behind at the time of pralaya. d) He Who reduces
everything to its un-evolved state at the time of pralaya. e)
He Who remains hidden amongst us, and he in Whom everything is
hidden. f) He Who is the final abode for all (kshayati). g)
He Who has established the Universe in all its dimensions (ksha +
mane). h) He Who restrains and controls those of demonic
disposition (ksha + mavate). i) He Who bore the Earth (in His
j) Remover of obstructions in the path of cows (ksham + ama). k)
He Who endures patiently. Om kshamaya namah.
suparnah - a) One Who has beautiful wings - in the form of
hamsa, Garuda, etc. b) He Who helps the yogi-s cross the ocean of
samsara. c) He Who enables everything to move around. d) He Who is
in the form of the Vedas (as the "leaves" of the tree of samsara).
e) One Who is decorated with the beautiful green tulasi leaves. f)
One Who has the green color of emerald because of His association
with Lakshmi. g) One Who is easily pleased by pure devotion. h) He
Who is the Abode of Supreme Happiness (su-par-Nah). i) He Who rests
on the beautiful tender green fig-tree leaf (at the time of prlaya).
j) He Who pervades the entire Universe completely. k) He Who has
suparna - Garuda as His vahana. Om suparnaya namah.
vayu-vahanah - a) He Who makes the wind flow for the benefit of
sustaining life. b) He Who lifts up the fallen with the swiftness of
air with the help of Garuda. c) He Who had "The Vayu -
Hanuman" as His vehicle during His Rama incarnation. Om
dhanur-vedo dando damayita'damah |
a-parajitah sarva-saho niyanta niyamo yamah ||
dhanur-dharah - The
wielder of the bow. Om dhanur-dharaya namah.
dhanur-vedah - a) The Propounder of the science of archery. b)
The Knower of the Science of archery in its completeness (a
reference to Lord Rama). c) One Who has given the means of
self-protection (dhanush) to all His creation. d) One Who has
propounded meditation on "OM" as the sure means of Self
realization. Om dhanur-vedaya namah.
dandah - a) The source of punishment for the wicked. b) He Who
is verily the weapon (power) of yama - the danda. c) He Whom no one
else controls (a-dandah). d) He Who is the source of restraint for
all beings so that they follow dharma. Om dandaya namah.
damayita - a) The Subduer (of the enemies of His devotees). b)
The Dispeller (of the miseries and sufferings of His devotees). Om
a-damah - a) He Who is not subdued by anyone. b) He Who is in
the form of the good effects of punishment to those who err. c) He
Who is the means of control. d) He Who controls everything. e) He
Who bestows all wishes to His devotees. Om a-damaya namah.
a-parajitah - a) He Who is invincible. b) He Who has no
protector above Him, and Who is Resplendent (a-pah + rajitah).
c) He Whose Powers do not perish or diminish over time. Om a-parajitaya
sarva-sahah - a) The Supporter of all the other deities. b) He
Who conquers all His enemies. c) He Who is competent in all His
actions. d) He Who forgives the aparadha-s of everyone. om
niyanta - a) He Who directs. b) One Who has no one above Him
to direct and control Him (a- niyanta). om niyantre namah
niyamah - a) He Who controls. b) He Who ordains. c) He Who is
attained through the yogic path of niyama (and yama). d) He
Who has no Controller or Director above Him (a- niyamah). e) He Who
bestows sacred knowledge about Himself to devotees in full
measure. f) He Who pervades and surrounds everything (yama -
pariveshane - to surround). Om niyamaya namah.
yamah - a) The Controller (of all
the deva-s). b) He Who is attained through the yogic path of yama
(and niyama). c) He Who is beyond yama or mrityu (a-yamah). d)
One Who has no one to command Him (a-yamah). e) One Who brings to
end all life at the time of pralaya. f) One Who feeds His devotees
with delectable food in the form of anubhavam of Himself. g)
One Who knows and prescribes the mandates that bestow virtue (aya+mah).
Om yamaya namah.
sattvikah satyah satya-dahrma-parayanah |
abhiprayah priyarho_'rhah priya-krt prIti-vardhanah
sattva-van - a) He
Who controls the sattva guna that paves the way for liberation. b)
One Who possesses courage, strength etc. c) One Who is determined to
bestow His blessings on His devotees. Om sattva-vate namah.
872. sattvikah - a) He Who confers the fruits of sattva
guna. b) One Who is essentially established in sattva guNa. Om
satyah - a) One Who is well-disposed towards pious souls. b)
One Who is good in a supreme way. c) He Who is established in Truth.
d) He Who is Real, and who alone exists ( Sri Sankara). e) He Who is
in the form of prana, anna, and surya. Om satyaya namah.
satya-dharma-parayanah - a) He Who is pleased with the true
dharma practiced by His devotees. b) He Who is ever devoted to, and
established in, Truth and in righteousness. c) He Who provides the
support to, and Who shows the path for, those who follow the
superior path of dharma. d) Refuge of devotees such as yadu, turvasa,
etc., who take interest in discharging virtuous duties. Om
abhiprayah - a) He Who is the object of choice. b) He to Whom
all beings go (praiti) directly (abhi) during pralaya. c) He
Who exclusively directs the activities of all others. Om
priyarhah - a) He Who is rightly the object of love. b) He Who
deserves to be offered our most beloved offerings. Om
arhah - The fitting Lord to be worshipped. Om arhaya namah.
priya-krt - He Who does what is wanted by others. om
prIti-vardhanah - a) Who increases the joy of His devotees. b)
He Who fulfills the love of His devotees. Om prIti-vardhanaya namah.
ravir_iorocanah suryah savita ravi-locanah ||
a) He Who is the means for the attainment of paramapadam. b) He Who
travels in the form of the Sun. c) He Who travels in space through
His vehicle Garuda- the King of birds. d) He Who is attained by
tapasvins through their tapas (ha - tyage - to abandon). Om
881. jyotih - a) The Light that leads to Sri Vaikuntham. b)
The Light that is self-luminous. c) The Light that illuminates the
Sun, the moon etc. Om jyotishe namah.
su-rucih - a) He of lovely effulgence - The Day time. b) One
Who has the good desire or Will to protect the world. c) He Who is
the cause of all the effulgence in everything. d) He Who has intense
attachment to His devotees. Om su-rucaye enamah.
huta-bhug-vibhuh - He
that is the Bright Fortnight of the Moon.
Om huta-bhug-vibhave namah.
ravih - a) The Sun in his uttarayana or Summer solstice. b) He
Who is responsible for the ability of all cetana-s and acetana-s to
make sound. c) He Who is praised by His devotees. Om ravaye namah.
virocanah - a) The Illuminant (the year). b) He of various
splendors - such as Sun, moon, day, night, etc. c) He Who shines in
the minds of His devotees in various special ways. d) He Who gave
special sight (divya cakshus) to arjuna, sa'njaya etc. (vi-locanah).
om virocanaya namaH.
suryah - a) The source of movement in the form of wind. b) He
Who brings forth everything, or He Who brings forth wealth. c)
One who generates Sri or brilliance in surya or agni (sacred
fire). d) He because of Whom we get enlightenment. Om suryaya namah.
savita - a) He Who produces or brings forth the crops etc., in
the form of the Sun. b) He Who brings forth everything in the
Universe (including the sun etc.). om savitre namah.
ravi-locanah - a) He Who illuminates (through the rays of the
sun). b) He that has the Sun for His eye. c) He from Whose eyes the
Sun was born. d) He Who is fond of praise. om ravi-locanaya namah.
sukha-do naikado-'grajah |
a-nirvinnah sadamarshI lokadhishthanam_adbhutah
- a) He Who is indra and brahmA of immeasurable greatness.
b) He Who is endless, and Who consumes the offerings through
fire. om ananta-huta-bhug-bhoktre namah.
sukha-dah - a) The Giver of Bliss to His devotees. b) The
Remover of happiness for the wicked. c) The Remover of tiny
pleasures from His devotees (dyati - cuts) so that they can
seek the Higher Bliss. d) The Remover of unhappiness for His
devotees (a- sukha-dah; dyati - cuts). e) He Who is the source of
water for all beings (sukham = udakam = water). f) He
Who has given a beautiful body to the jivas. Om sukha-dAya namah.
naika-dah - a) The Giver of many things (Literally, The Giver
of Not just one thing). b) He Who is not `born' just once, but many
times (naika-jaH). Om naika-dAya namaH.
agra-jah - He Who manifests in front of the mukta-s. om
a-nir-vinnah - a) He Who is not despondent that the jIva-s
are not resorting to Him for redemption. b ) He Who is
relieved of worry after having liberated a jIva who becomes a
mukta. c) He Who is not depressed because He has nothing to wish
for. d) He Who is not tired of fulfilling the wishes of His
devotees. om a-nir-viNNAya namaH.
sada-marshI - a) He Who is ever patient (sada_marshI). b) He
Who is patient towards the mistakes of good people (sat +A+marshI).
c) He Who is extremely impatient with the wicked people (sada
+ amarshI). Om sada-marshine namah.
lokadhishthanam - The Support of all the worlds. Om
adbhutah - a) He Who is extremely wonderful. b) He Who makes
appearances occasionally amongst us. c) He because of Whom grains,
food etc. exist (Adyam = grains). om adbhutaya namah.
sanatana-tamah kapilah kapir_avyayah |
svasti-dah sasti-krt svasti svasti-bhuk svasti-dakshinah
sanat - a) The
Object of enjoyment. b) He Who is in the form of Time. c) He Who is
Eternal, Immutable, and always of the same beautiful Form. om sanate
sanatana-tamah - The Most Ancient. om sanatana-tamaya namah.
kapilah - He Who is of beautiful
complexion. Om kapilaya namah.
kapir-avyayah - He Who enjoys the never-diminishing Bliss. om
- The Giver of Auspiciousness. om svasti-daya namah.
svasti-krt - The Doer of good to the devotees. om
svasti - He Who is Auspiciousness. om svastine namah.
svasti-bhuk - a) The Protector of all that is auspicious.
b) The Enjoyer of Bliss. c) He Who enables His devotees to enjoy
bliss. om svasti-bhuje namah.
svasti-dakshinah - He Who gives auspicious things as
dakshina to His devotees. om svasti-dakshinaya namh.