Yojas I meditate on that Hanuman, Who has a very broad heart, Who always has devotion to Lord Rama, Who controls all his actions, Who is the enemy of god of death, Who is greatly merciful, Who is capable of removingDarkness created by ignorance, And who exhibits the extreme limit of his strength. I always think about that Hanuman, Who consoled Goddess Sita, who is the wife of Rama, Who was the reason for the fame of Rama, king of patience, And who burnt and destroyed the forest of Rakshasas. I always sing about him who, Is always the servant of the king Rama, Who lives daily in the golden orchard of banana, Who has the same dazzle as the infant sun, And whose smile is similar, Stitram the moon light, jasmine and mandara flowers. Salutations to Him who, Is the great carrier of good qualities, Salutations to Him who, Is like a telugi diamond line, Salutations to Him who, Is the death to god of death, And salutations to Him who, Has a very long tail. I pray that innocent Hanuman, Who carries a hatchet in his hand, Who is seen in the flag of Arjuna, Who can remove all sins without a trace, Who extremely shines telkgu a battle, Who wears dazzling ear studs, Who is the moon to the three worlds, And who made Lanka in to ash in the war.
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Translated by P. There is a very interesting story about this stotra. He wanted to help her get salvation. But she was terrified to see them, because they wore the dresses of the forest and dressed in tiger skin with belts of snakes.
Understanding her problem, Shankara humbly requested the servants of Lord Shiva to go back and composed this prayer to Lord Vishnu in the Bhujanga prayata meter. She was extremely pleased to go with them. Chidamsam vibhum nirmalam nirvikalpam, Nireeham nirakaramongara gamyam, Gunatheetha mavyakthamekam thureeyam, Param brahma yam Veda thasmai namosthu. Samanodhithaneka suryendu koti, Prabha poora thulya dyuthim durnireeksham, Na seetham na cha ushnam suvarnavadatham, Prasannam sadananda samvith swaroopam.
Sunasaputam sundarabrulalatam, Kireetochithakunchitha snigdha kesam, Spurathpundareekabhi ramayathaksham, Samuthphulla raktha prasoonavathamsam. Sphurathath kundala mrushta ganda sthalantham, Japarogachoradharam charu hasam, Aali vyakula modha mandhara malam, Mahora sphurath kousthubhodhara haram.
Surathnanga dwairanvitham bahu dandai, Chathurbhischalath kanakanalankruthagrai, Udharodharankrutham peetha vasthram, Pada dwandwa nirdhootha padmabhiramam. Swabhaktheshu sandarithakaramevam, Sada bhvayan sannirudhendriyaswa, Durapam naro yathi samsara param, Parasmai thamobhyopi thasmai namasthe.
Sriya satha kumbha dhyuthi snigdha kanthya, Daranya cha doorva dala shyamalangya, Kalathra dwayenamuna thoshithaya, Triloki grahasthaya Vishno namasthe. Sareeram kalathram sutham bandhu vargam, Vayasyan dhanam sathma bruthyam bhuvam cha, Samastham parithyajya ha kashtameka, Gamishyami dukhena dhooram kilaham. Jareyam pisacheeva ha jeevitho may, Mrujam asthi raktham cha mamsam balam cha, Aho deva seedhami deenanukampin, Kimadhyapi hantha thwayodh basithavyam.
Kapha vyahathoshnathbana swasa vega, Vyadha vispurath sarvamarmasthibandham, Vichinthyahamanthyam asahyam avastham, Bibhemi prabho kim karomi praseedha. Lapannachythananda Govinda Vishno, Murare hare Rama Narayanethi, Yadha anusmarishyami bhakthya bhavantham, Thadha may daya sheela, deva praseedha. Krupalo hare kesavasesha hetho, Jagannadha narayananda Vishno, Namasthubhym ithyalapantham mudha maam, Kuru sripathe thwad padambhoja bhaktham. Namo Vishnave Vasudevaya thubhyam, Namo Narasimha swaroopaya thubhyam, Nama kala roopaya samhara karthre, Namasthe varahaya bhooyo namasthe.
Mukhe mandahasam, nakhe chandrabhasam, Kare charu chakram, suresadhi vandhyam, Bhujange sayanam, bhaje Padmanabham, Harenanya daivam na manye na manye. Bhujanga prayatham padedhyasthu bhakthya, Samadaya chithe bhavantham murare, Sa moham vihayasu yushmath prasadath, Samasrithya yogam vrajathyachyuthathwam.
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