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Matrudevo bhava Pitrudevo bhava, since he is born of mother Parvati so guess she should be her guru, other then that I don’t know

Sri Maha Ganesha Pancharatnam

Composer: Sri Adi Sankara Baghvad Pada (8th century)

Ragamalika Tala: Adi in thisranadai (8 beats in units of 3)

Ganesha is the God of wisdom. He is worshipped before the beginning of any

endeavor. He gives the necessary skill (buddhi) to do the task and bestows

success (siddhi) to the effort. Upon intent meditation, the form of Ganesha

symbolically reveals many noble truths. The trunk of an elephant, which can

carry heavy logs of wood as well as pick up a thin blade of grass, represents

the subtle discrimination we need to distinguish between the real and the

illusory. The little mouse he rides on represents our own ego, which should

be a small but efficient vehicle to take us around in the world, but should be

inconspicuous and subservient to wisdom. Ganesha’s form is revered as the

very personification of the symbol “Om” the representation of the universal


1. Mudakaraatha Modakam Sada Vimukti Saadhakam

Kalaadharaavatamsakam Vilasiloka Rakshakam

Anaaya Kaika Naayakam Vinasitebha Daityakam

Nataasubhasu Naashakam Namaami Tham Vinaayakam.

Ganesha, the pleasant faced one holding the sweet ‘modakam’ in his hand,

He wears the crescent moon on his head. He liberates us from misery,

protects and provides direction to those who are lost without a leader. He

removes the obstacles for those who pray to him. My salutations are to Him!

2. Natetaraati Bheekaram Navoditaarka Bhaasvaram

Namat Suraari Nirjanam Nataadhi Kaapa Duddharam

Suresvaram Nidheesvaram Gajesvaram Ganeshvaram

Mahesvaram Samaasraye Paraatparam Nirantaram.

Ganesha, with the orange glow of the rising sun, is the commander of Lord

Shiva’s army. He removes the suffering of his devotees.

I seek refuge in Him!

3. Samasta Loka Samkaram Nirasta Daitya Kunjaram

Daredarodaram Varam Vare Bhavaktra Maksharam

Krupaakaram Kshamaakaram Mudaakaram Yasaskaram

Manaskaram Namaskrutaam Namaskaromi Bhaasvaram.

Ganesha brings peace to the entire world.

He is large, infinite, superior and immutable. He is merciful and forgiving.

He brings happiness, success and purity of mind.

My salutations are to Ganesha, the luminous.

4. Akimchanaarti Marjanam Chirantanokti Bhaajanam

Puraari Poorva Nandanam Suraari Garva Charvanam

Prapancha Naasha Bheeshanam Dhananjayaadi Bhushanam

Kapola Daana Vaaranam Bhajaey Puraana Vaaranam.

Ganesha, the merciful, who removes the suffering of those who have no other

refuge, destroys the demonic forces and negative tendencies in us. He dissolves

the delusions of this illusory world.

I pray to Him the one venerated in the ancient Vedas!

5. Nitaantikaanta Dantakaanti Mantakaanta Kaatmajam

Achintya Rupa Mantaheena Mantaraaya Krintanam

Hrudantarey Nirantaram Vasantameva Yoginam

Tameka Danta Meva Tam Vichintayaami Santatam.

Ganesha, the one with the broken tusk, the son of Lord Shiva, he is Achintya Rupa (his form is beyond the grasp of the intellect), he is infinite, he is the

Remover of Obstacles, he lives in the hearts of yogis forever and ever.

I reflect solely upon Ganesha, forever and ever.

Jai Shree Krishna

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