Guru Paduka Stotram Lyrics. Anantha samsara samudhra thara naukayithabhyam guru bhakthithabhyam, Vairagya samrajyadha poojanabhyam, namo nama. Guru Paduka Stotram g∂Œp≈duè≠stÁà]mÚ/ g∂Œp≈duè≠stÁà]mÚ/ an]nt]s]\s ≈rıs]m∂®ıt≈rı-. nËè≠iyÚ}t≈By≈\ g∂ŒB]iï}d≠By≈mÚ/ |. Chant effortlessly in 2 sessions. Learn to invoke the Guru principle present in you . The Guru Paduka Stotram is a hymn honoring the presence.
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Guru Paduka Stotram Lyrics
Couldn’t load media player! From this I learned paeuka people undergo all sorts of troubles and miseries when he runs after sensual pleasures and that become as happy as the bird when they abandon them Patience and doing good to others 2.
A fowler spread a net and caught the young birds. The spider pours out of its mouth long threads and weaves them into cobwebs.
There was a dancing girl named Pingala. Anantha samsara samudhra thara naukayithabhyam guru bhakthithabhyam, Vairagya samrajyadha poojanabhyam, namo nama sri guru padukhabyam. It dropped the piece of flesh and attained peace gur rest.
Swarchaparana makhileshtathabhyam, swaha sahayaksha durndarabhyam, Swanthacha bhava pradha poojanabhyam, namo nama sri guru padukabhyam. Aa Chal Ke Tujhe. Natha yayo sripatitam samiyu kadachidapyasu daridra varya, Mookascha vachaspathitham hi thabhyam,namo nama sri guru huru.
Shining like a precious stone adorning the crown of a king They stand out like a beautiful damsel in a river infested with crocodiles They raise the devotees to the state of sovereign emperors, To such sandals I humbly offer my obeisance. Kaamadhi sarpa vraja garudabhyam, viveka vairagya nidhi pradhabhyam, Bhodha pradhabhyam drutha mokshathabhyam, namo nama sri guru padukhabyam. Stogram Tunes Mailing List To be notified of our weekly song features, subscribe to our newsletter by simply entering your email below.
On the occasion of Guru Poornima the full moon day to pay respects to our Gurustoday’s song is a humble obeisance at the feet of our Gurus. Attracting us to the Lotus-like feet of our Guru, removing stltram kinds of desires borne out of ignorance, fulfilling all the desires of the disciple who bows humbly To such sandals I humbly offer my obeisance.
The crossing of this Endless ocean of samsara this mundane world is enabled by the boat that is sincere devotion to Guru Showing me the way to the valuable dominion of renunciation, O dear Guru, I bow to thy holy sandals.
This I learned from the black bee which gathers honey from various flowers. I learned from the maiden that living among many can create discord, disturbance, dispute and quarrel. I once saw a pair of pigeons with their young ones.
From this I learned that it is useless to hoard things Such is the inexplicable power of these padukas that gyru mute ones become eloquent speakers. The wise man should, therefore, abandon all worldly thoughts and think only of Brahman Nrupali mouleebraja rathna kanthi saridvi raja jjashakanyakabhyam, Nrupadvadhabhyam nathaloka pankhthe, namo nama sri guru padukabhyam.
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I take a little food from one house and a little from another house and thus appease my hunger. Change Yourself, Change the World. The deer is enticed and trapped by the hunter through its love of music. Kavithva varahsini sagarabhyam, dourbhagya davambudha malikabhyam, Dhoorikrutha namra vipathithabhyam, namo nama sri guru padukabhyam.
Shamadhi shatka pradha vaibhavabhyam, Samadhi dhana vratha deeksithabhyam, Ramadhavangri sthira bhakthidabhyam, namo nama sri guru padukabhyam. To be without attachment while moving with many paduja 4.
presence of a Guru in your life
Subscribe to Our Monthly Newsletter. When she had only one, it did not make any noise, and she was happy. The fragrance always remains on the hand that gives the rose. It sstotram pursued and beaten by other birds.
Papandhakara arka paramparabhyam, thapathryaheendra khageswarabhyam, Jadyabdhi samsoshana vadawabhyam namo nama sri guru padukabhyam. The male elephant, blinded by lust, falls into a pit covered with grass, even at the sight of a female elephant.