Tags: Adinath Bhagvaan , Bhaktamar Stotra. Yeh dono pustke Ek baar avshya pdhiyega aur dusaroko bhi padhne k liye prerit kariyega…..! Jai Jinendra…….. Mahendra Kothari. Jain Square. The time you start reciting the first word bhakta you are involved in a mystique description about the power of Almighty.
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Tags: Adinath Bhagvaan , Bhaktamar Stotra. Yeh dono pustke Ek baar avshya pdhiyega aur dusaroko bhi padhne k liye prerit kariyega…..! Jai Jinendra…….. Mahendra Kothari. Jain Square. The time you start reciting the first word bhakta you are involved in a mystique description about the power of Almighty. This energy provides us mental peace.
We must take out this journey regularly and enjoy it. Santosh Jain. Can i have all 48 stotra in hindi in a row. It takes time to read in mobile if we have to press next again and again..
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Bhaktamar Stotra in English With Meanings
Bhaktamara-pranata-maulimani-prabhana -mudyotakam dalita-papa-tamovitanam Samyak pranamya jina padayugam yugada-valambanam bhavajale patatam jananam 1. Yah sanstutah sakala-vangaya- tatva-bodha-d -ud bhuta- buddhipatubhih suralokanathaih Stotrairjagattritaya chitta-harairudaraihstoshye kilahamapi tam prathamam jinendram 2. Buddhya vinaapi vibudharchita padapithastotum samudyata matirvigatatrapoaham Balam vihaya jalasansthitamindu bimba -manyah ka ichchhati janah sahasa grahitum 3. Vaktum gunan gunasamudra shashankkantankaste kshamah suragurupratimoapi buddhya Kalpanta — kal — pavanoddhata — nakrachakramko va taritumalamambunidhim bhujabhyam 4. Soaham tathapi tava bhakti vashanmunishakartum stavam vigatashaktirapi pravrittah Prityaaatmaviryamavicharya mrigo mrigendramnabhyeti kim nijashishoh paripalanartham 5. Alpashrutam shrutavatam parihasadhamtvad bhaktireva mukharikurute balanmam Yatkokilah kila madhau madhuram virautitachcharuchuta — kalikanikaraikahetu 6.
Contributed by Nalini Balbir. This version features a male and female singer reciting the hymn, considered a masterpiece of Sanskrit poetry. The 48 Sanskrit verses of the Digambara version of the hymn are presented in Nagari and transliteration with English translation below, on a faculty private page on the Colorado State University website. The hymn is considered to be a masterpiece of Sanskrit poetry. This YouTube video contains pages of an illustrated publication of the hymn, which is a masterpiece of Sanskrit poetry. There is also a glossary of Sanskrit terms. To move to another verse, click on one of the arrows above the title or slide the button along the scroll bar.
Shlokas bhaktamara-pranata-maulimani-prabhana mudyotakam dalita-papa-tamovitanam samyak pranamya jina padayugam yugadavalambanam bhavajale patatam jananam 1 yah sanstutah sakala-vangaya- tatva-bodhad -ud bhuta- buddhipatubhih suralokanathaih stotrairjagattritaya chitta-harairudaraih stoshye kilahamapi tam prathamam jinendram 2 buddhya vinaapi vibudharchita padapitha stotum samudyata matirvigatatrapoaham balam vihaya jalasansthitamindu bimba manyah ka ichchhati janah sahasa grahitum 3 vaktum gunan gunasamudra shashankkantan kaste kshamah suragurupratimoapi buddhya kalpanta - kal - pavanoddhata - nakrachakram ko va taritumalamambunidhim bhujabhyam 4 I bow to Thee, O Lord Adinath Teacher Supreme Guide of the Path of Dharma Eternal Source Divine The Purusha first Saviour Benign Crowns place celestials on Thy feet Delusions they remove, see vision sweet Worshipping Thy feet ends transmigration With body, mind, speech concentration. With words select and expressions deep. My desire to praise Thee is insolence Using various expressions sheer ignorance No wise man would catch the reflection Of moon in water, a childish action. Ocean limitless of passionless attributes Even Brahaspati is unable to pay tributes Which creature can swim the ocean Disturbed by Dooms day violent motion. Shlokas soaham tathapi tava bhakti vashanmunisha kartum stavam vigatashaktirapi pravrittah prityaaatmaviryamavicharya mrigo mrigendram nabhyeti kim nijashishoh paripalanartham 5 alpashrutam shrutavatam parihasadham tvad bhaktireva mukharikurute balanmam yatkokilah kila madhau madhuram virauti tachcharuchuta - kalikanikaraikahetu 6 tvatsanstavena bhavasantati - sannibaddham papam kshanat kshayamupaiti sharira bhajam akranta - lokamalinilamasheshamashu suryanshubhinnamiva sharvaramandhakaram 7 matveti nath! The cuckoo sings sweet notes in the spring Buds of mango tree provide the urge Though idiotic like a laughing stock I sing Thy praise, devotion imparts the surge.
Bhaktamara Stotra is a famous Jain Sanskrit prayer. It was composed by Acharya Manatunga seventh century CE. The prayer praises Rishabhanatha adinath , the first Tirthankara of Jainism in this time cycle. There are forty-eight verses in total. The last verse gives the name of the author Manatunga. Bhaktamar verses have been recited as a stotra prayer , and sung as a stavan hymn , somewhat interchangeably. With the completion of each verse, a chain broke, or a door opened.