Dhanvantari Sloka


ॐ वासुदेवाय विद्महे
वैद्यराजाय धीमहि
तन्नो धन्वन्तरि प्रचोदयात्

Om vAsudevAya vidmahe
vaidyarAjAya dheemahi
tanno dhanvantari prachodayAt

....................

ॐ नमो भगवते वासुदेवाय धन्वन्तरये अमृतकलश हस्ताय 
सर्वामय विनाशनाय त्रैलोक्यनाथाय श्री महाविष्णवे नमः ||

om namo bhagavate vAsudevAya dhanvantaraye amrutakalasha hastAya
sarvAmaya vinAshanAya trailokyanAthAya shrI mahAviShNave namah

ஓம் நமோ பகவதே வாசுதேவாய தன்வந்தரயேஅம்ருதகலச ஹஸ்தாய 
சர்வாமய விநாசனாய த்ரைலோக்யநாதாய ஸ்ரீ மஹாவிஷ்ணவே நம:

8 comments:

  1. It is sarvamye vinashanaye not sarvamayanshanaya

    ReplyDelete
  2. Thank you so much for pointing that out.

    Hari Aum,
    Nandni

    ReplyDelete
  3. Thanks a lot and it was very useful.

    ReplyDelete
  4. Thanks !! very helpful

    ReplyDelete
  5. Kindly send me Sri Danvantari Sloka and Gayatri in pdf to my mail address:
    vasans2008@gmail.com.
    adiyEn will be grateful.
    Reards,
    S.Srinivasan

    ReplyDelete
  6. Thank you Nandhini for guiding us to refer mantras qucikly, great efforts, highly appreciable.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Thank you so much for your kind acknowledgments :)
      God bless us all.

      Hari Aum!
      Nandini

      Delete
  7. it is sarvamaya (sarva= all, amaya= diseases), vinashanaya = one who destroys.. so one who destroys all diseases. sarvamaye vinashanaye is not correct grammatically in sanskrit. Source : Kuzhikkattu pacha, an authentic historical source of mantras and observance of rituals ,rites throughout tantric traditions and temples in kerala by kuzhikkattillam one of the oldest illams in kerala. Dont know whether different in karanataka or tn

    ReplyDelete

Hari Aum! Thank you so much for taking your time to leave a comment.

"Ever engaged in making the mind steadfast in spiritual communion and having all the impurities of the mind effaced thereby, the Yogin easily experiences the intense Bliss of contact with Brahman." - Srimad Bhagavad Gita
If you'd like to have a PDF copy of any of the slokas, kindly leave a note here (with your email) or email me (citrus28 at gmail dot com) your sloka request.
Most of the pictures on this blog are from Vishvarupa.Com
Most of the posted slokas are from my sloka books, magazines etc. and some of them are from sanskritdocuments.org