O:m Asmad Gurubhyo: Namaha

Sri:mathe: Ra:ma:nuja:ya Namaha

 

SRI HAYAGRI:VA PARABRAHMANE: NAMAHA

 

SLOKAM TWO

 

swathassidhdham sudhdhasphatikamani bhu:bhruth prathibhatam

sudha: sadhri:chi:bhihi dyuthibhiravada:th thribhuvanam

ananthaihi thrayyanthaihi anuvihitha hesha: halahalam

hatha:se:sha:vadyam hayavadana mi:di:mahi mahaha

 

Recitation in Sri Swamiji's voice

 

svathassidham = One who appeared of His own accord or sankalpa;

suddha = pure, sphatikamani = filled with gem crystals;

bhu:bhrut = with mountain of gems, prathibhatam = competing;

sudha: sadhrichibhihi = equal to nectar, dyuthibhihi = with His effulgence;

avada:tha = made bright white, thribhuvanam = with three worlds;

ananthaihi = several; thrayyanthaihi = with Upanishads;

anuvihitha = followed, he:sha = of the neighing, halahala = having the sound;

hatha = removed, ase:sha = fully, avadyam = with impurities;

hayavadana = one with the face of a horse;

i:dimahi = may we extol; maha = brightness;

    

    Hayagriva Swami is a brilliant light. He arose out of His own will (sankalpa). Out of compassion and without any outside influence He appears before us in a form we can see. He shines like a mountain of sparkling gems. The light emanating from Him fills all the lo:ka:s like streams of ambrosia (amrutha) and makes them brilliant. He is the embodiment of all vidya:s. He banishes the darkness of ignorance in all the lo:ka:s and fills them with the light of knowledge. The Upanishads also follow the sound of His neighing. We extol this divine effulgence which banishes such defects as lack of intelligence or understanding.

    Recitation of this slo:kam by those who are not sufficiently intelligent will result in an improvement of their intelligence and understanding enabling them to acquire knowledge (vidya:s) better.

 

JAI SRIMANNARAYANA !

 

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