Hindu Gods  - Hindu Gods
Ganesha | Home | Vishnu | Contact Us | Blog

mantra-4

4.     Angam hareḥ pulaka bhūṣana maśrayanti Bhrugānganeva mukulā bharaṇam tamālam|

Angikrutakhila vibhūti rapāngalīla Māngalyadā stu mama mangaladevatāyamḥ ||

  • Word Meanings:
  • angam: body
  • hareḥ: Lord Hari
  • pulaka: horripilation
  • bhūṣana: adorned with or bedecked
  • maśrayanti: resort to
  • Bhrugānganeva:  a large queen bee’s body
  • mukula: buds
  • ābharaṇam: decorated
  • tamālam: Tamāla tree
  • Angikruta: replete with
  • akhila: entire
  • vibhūtiḥ: greatness
  • apāngalīla:  gentle glances
  • Māngalyada: prosperity
  • astu : maybe there
  • mama: me
  • mangaladevatāyamḥ: auspiciousness
  • Translation:
May the gentle  glances of the auspicious Goddess( Lakshmi) like the queen bee resting on the a Tamāla tree replete with buds, resort to the body of Lord Hari bedecked with horripilation, may grant me all the riches, and be the bestower  of auspicious ness unto me .
  • Pronunciation:
  • Pronounce ā like in Car
  • Pronounce ś   like in shove
  • Pronounce     like in bushel
    • Pronounce Nasalization of preceding vowel
    • Pronounce  ū like in pool

Ganesha | Home | Vishnu | Contact Us | Blog