Hayagreeva Stotram

Lord Hayagreeva is believed to be a form of Vishnu and He is worshipped as the God of Wisdom/Knowledge.
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ज्ञानानन्दमयं देवं निर्मल स्फटिकाकृतिम्
आधारं सर्व विद्द्यानां हयग्रीवं उपास्महे

jnAnAnandamayam devam nirmala sphatikAkrutim
AdhAram sarva vidyAnAm hayagrIvam upAsmahe

ஞானானந்தமயம் தேவம் நிர்மல ஸ்படிகாக்ருதிம்
ஆதாரம் சர்வ வித்யானாம் ஹயக்ரீவமுபாஸ்மாஹே
(I worship Lord Hayagreeva, who is the very form of knowledge, pure as a 
crystal, and who is the support of all knowledge.)

13 comments:

  1. Thanks a million for this wonderful resource

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  2. Thank you so much for your kind words of acknowledgment, Kishenji.

    Hari Aum!
    Nandini

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  3. continuous to that mantra...

    Gurave sarva lokaanam bhishaje bhava roginaam
    Nidhaye sarva vignyanaam dhakshinaa murthaye namanha.

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    1. Can anyone now tell me the meaning of above mantra please ....

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    2. Can anyone tell me the meaning of above mantra please...

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    3. Namaskaram,

      I assume you are asking for the meaning of the Dakshinamurthy slokam posted above.

      "Salutaions to Dakshinamurthy,the teacher of all the world, the doctor for all diseases, and the store house of all knowledge." .. translation by Mr. P.R. Ramachander

      Hari Aum,
      Nandini

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  4. continuous to that mantra...

    Gurave sarva lokaanam bhishaje bhava roginaam
    Nidhaye sarva vignyanaam dhakshinaa murthaye namanha.

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  5. will any one tell me what is the mean of this sloakm.please

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  6. Namaskaram Raju,

    Slokam meaning: I worship Lord Hayagreeva, who is the very form of knowledge, pure as a
    crystal, and who is the basic support of all knowledge.

    Hari Aum,
    Nandini

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  7. It will improve a knowledge for children memory....learns this every time for childrens...

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  8. this sloka is very powerful that we get good marks at studies and improve the mind

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  9. can anyone tell how many times do we need to chant this shloka?

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  10. Thanks for the shlokha

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