Sri Suktam

July 10, 2018 | Author: Ameya Shidhaye | Category: Vishnu, Mantra, Spirituality, Hindu Philosophy, Polytheism
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Śrīm Hiraņya varnám hariņīm suvarna-rajata-srajám Chandrám hiranmayīm lakshmīm jatavedo ma avaha|(1) Hrīm Tám ma ávaha játavedo lakśhmīm anapa gáminīm Yasyám hiraņyam vindeyam gám aśvam puruśhán aham|| (2) (1-2) Invoke for you O Agni, the Goddess Lakshmi, who shines like gold, yellow in hue, wearing gold and silver garlands, blooming like the moon, the embodiment of wealth. O  Agni! Invoke for me that unfailing Lakshmi, blessed by whom, I shall win wealth, cattle, horses and men.

Klīm Aśhwa-pūrvám Aśhwa-pūrvám ratha-madhyám hasti náda prabódhiním Śhriyam devím upahvaye upahvaye śhrír śhrí r ma devír jushatám| (3) ( 3) Aim Kám sósmitám hiranya prákárám árdrám jvalantím triptám tarpayantím Padme sthitám padma-varnám támihópahvaye támihópahvaye śhriyam|| (4)  I invoke Shri (Lakshmi, who who has a line of horses in her f ront, a series of chariots in the middle, who is being awakened by the trumpeting of elephants, who is divinely resplendent. May that divine Lakshmi grace me. I hereby invoke that Shri (Lakshmi) who is the embodiment of absolute bliss; who is of pleasant smile on her face; whose lustre is that of burnished gold; who is wet as it were, (just from the milky ocean) who is blazing  with splendour, splendour, and is the embodiment embodiment of the f ulfillment of all wishes; wishes; who satisfies satisfies the desire of her votaries; who is seated seated on the lotus and is beautiful like the lotus.

Souh: Chandrám prabhásám yaśhasá yaśhasá jvalantím śhriyam lóke l óke deva justám udárám Tám padminim-ím padminim-ím saranam aham prapadye' alakshmír me naśyatám tvám vrne| (5) ( 5) Ǒm Ǎditya varne tapasó dhijátó vanaspatis tava vrikshó' tha bilvah Tasya phalani tapsá nudantu mayántaráyás cha báhya alakshmíh|| (6)  I resort to that Lakshmi for shelter in this world, who is beautiful like the moon, who  shines bright, who is blazing with renown, which is adored (even) by the gods, which is highly magnanimous, magnanimous, and grand like the lotus. May my misfortunes perish. I surrender  myself to You, O resplendent like the Sun! By y our power and glory, plants like the bael  tree have grown up. up. may the fruits f ruits thereof destroy through the grace of all 

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inauspiciousness rising from the inner organs and ignorance as well from the outer   senses.

Hrīm Upaitu mám deva-sakah kírtis cha maniná saha Prádūr bhūtó' smi rashtre' smin kírtim riddhim dadátu me| (7) Śrīim Kshut pipásá-amalám jyesthám alakshmím náshayámy aham Abhūtim asamriddhim cha sarván nirnuda me grihat|| (8) O Lakshmi! I am born in this country with the heritage of wealth. May the f riends of Lord  Siva (Kubera, Lord of wealth and Fame), come to me. May these (having take their abode with me), bestow on me fame and prosperity. I shall destroy the elder sister to Lakshmi, the embodiment of inauspiciousness and such evil as hunger, thirst and the like. O  Lakshmi! Drive out from my abode all misfortunes and poverty.

Ka e í la Hrīm Gandha dvárám durá dharşhám nitya-pushtám karíshiním Iśhvarígm sarva bhūtánám tám ihó pahvaye śhriyam| (9) Ha Sa Ka Hala Hrīm Manasah kámam ákūtím vácah satyam ashímahi Paśhūnágm rūpam annasya mayi śríh shrayatám yaśhah|| (10)  I hereby invoke Lakshmi (Shri), whose (main) avenue of perception is the odorif erous  sense (i.e., one who abides mainly in cows); who is incapable of defeat or threat from anyone; who is ever healthy (with such virtuous qualities as truth); whose grace is seen abundantly in the refuse of cows (the cows being sacred); and who is supreme over all  created beings. O Lakshmi! May we obtain and enjoy the fulfillment of our desires and our  volitions, the veracity of our speech, the wealth of cattle, the abundance of var ieties of   food to eat! May prosperity and fame reside in me.

Sa Ka La Hrīm Kardamená praja-bhūtá mayi sambhava kardama Śriyam vásaya me kule mátaram padma-máliním| (11) Souh: Ǎpah srijantu snigdháni chiklíta vasa me grihe Nicha devím mátaram śhriyam vásaya me kule|| (12) (11-12) Lakshmi! You have progeny in Kardama. (Hence) O Kardama, may you reside in me. Make Mother Shri with garlands of lotuses to have Her abode in my (ancestral) line. may the (holy) waters create friendship (they being of adhesive nature). O Chiklita (progeny of Shri)! Reside at my home; and arrange to make Divine Mother Shri stay in my lineage!

Aim Ardám pushkariním pushtim pingalám padma máliním Chandrám hiran-mayím lakshmím játavedó ma ávaha| (13) Klīm Ǎrdhám yah kariním yashtim suvarnám hema-máliním Sūryám hiran-mayím lakshmím játavedó ma ávaha|| (14)  Invoke for me, O Agni, Lakshmi who shines like gold, is brilliant like the sun, who is  powerfully fragrant, who wields the rod of suzerainty, who is the f orm of supreme rulership, who is radiant with ornaments and is the goddess of wealth. Invoke for me O  Agni, the Goddess Lakshmi who shines like gold, blooms like the moon, who is fresh with anointment (of fragrant scent), who is adorned with the lotuses (lifted up by celestial  elephants in the act of worship), who is the presiding deity of nourishment, who is yellow in colour, and who wears garlands of lotuses.

Hrīm Tám ma ávaha játevedó lakshmím anapa gáminím yasyám

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Hiranyam prabhūtam gávó dásyó aśván vindeyam purushan aham|| (15)  Invoke for me O Agni, that Goddess Lakshmi, who is ever unfailing, being blesses by whom  I shall win wealth in plenty, cattle, servants, horses and men.

Śrīm Ǒm mahá-devyai cha vidmahe, vishnu-patnaiya cha dhímahi Tanno Lakshmíh prachódayát || (16) We commune ourselves with the Great Goddess, and meditate on the consort of Vishnu; may that Lakshmi direct us (to the Great Goal). Om May there be Peace, Peace, Peace.

Ǒm Shántih, Shántih, Shántih.

The supreme appears in the form of Vishnu to uphold and protect the world. The operat ion is done through the power of  Vishnu for which the terminology is Lakshmi. She is the Brahman revealed in its mother  aspect as creatrix and nourisher of the three worlds. Her description appears in the Shi Sukta, where she has been lauded in golden words and in glorious terms...Just as there is no difference between Power-Holder (Vishnu) and Power (Lakshmi)...She is the presiding deity of all divine manifestation. For the adoration of Lakshmi, there is no hymn equal to the Sri Sukta...The letters, syllables and words in the fifteen verses of Sri Sukta, collectively form the sound body of Lakshmi, the presiding deity of this Hymn. As it has come to us from the consciousness state of the Rishi (seer), the substance is Chit, the creative energy in Vaikhari or gross from of sound. The universe is conceived and born of sound. Light is nothing but a sound of a particular  frequency. All that we see in this worlds in solid, liquid, or gaseous state has emanated from sound. Even our mind is the crystal of sound. Nama (na me) is sound from which rupa (form) has come. To cut it short, Sri Sukta is a Siddha Mantra and is a radiant mass of  energy. By proper Sadhana, the jiva can raise itself to a divine status. But to at tain this, it is very vital that the meaning of the Mantras are correctly understood, intoned and also remembered at the time of recitation.

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