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1-mantra

  1. Goṣhpadi kruta vārāśim maśaki kruta rākṣham
Rāmayana mahāmālaratnam vande anilātmajam

Anjanānandanam viram Jānaki śoka nāśanam

Kapiśamakṣha hantāram vande lankā bhayankaram
  • Word meanings:
    • Goṣhpadi kruta: hoofs of cow;
    • Vārāśim: ocean;
    • Maśaki kruta: mosquitoes;
    • Rākṣham:   demons;
    • Rāmayana: the holy epic text;
    • Mahāmālaratnam: a great garland of jewels;
    • Vande: worship;
    • Anilātmajam: dear son of the wind god;
    • Anjanānandanam: son of the celestial lady Anjana;
    • Viram: great warrior;
    • Jānaki: daughter of the king Janaka;
    • Śoka nāśanam: destroyer of the sorrow;
    • Kapiśamakṣha: Lord of the monkeys;
    • Hantāram: destroyed; vande: salutations;
    • Lankā: the island, kingdom of Ravana;
    • Bhayankaram: terror.
    • Translation:
Salutations to the son of wind God who made the ocean look like the stagnant water under the hoofs of a cow, who destroyed the demons or the rakashas like mosquitoes, and who is like a great garland of precious jewels in the holy text Rāmāyana. Salutations to the son of the celestial lady Anjana who is most courageous, who removed the sorrow of Jānaki- the daughter of King Janaka , who is the killer of Rākshasās, Lord of the monkeys and terror to the island of Lanka.
  • Pronunciation:
  • Pronounce ā like in car
  • Pronounce ś like  in shove
  •  
    • Pronounce like in bushel

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