Nava Graha Mantra-Jupiter( Guru)
Jan 18, 2010 by lakshmi
Guru is the teacher for Devatas and chief adviser for Indra. He travels on a majestic elephant holding a book, rudraksha bead mala in his hands. Guru is also considered as Lord Dakshina murthy the universal teacher. He bestows knowledge, fame and glory on the seeker.
Chant the following mantra sixteen times on a Thurs day.
Devānāmca rusiṇāmca gurum cāncana sannibham|
Buddhimatam trilokeśam tam namāmi bṛhasptim||
- Word Meanings:
- Devānāmca: Gods
- rusiṇāmca :sages
- gurum : teacher
- cāncana : golden
- sannibham: cause
- Buddhimatam: knowledge/ intelligence
- trilokeśam: three worlds
- tam namāmi: I bow down
- bṛhasptim: preceptor of Gods, name of the Guru
I bow down to Jupiter (Guru) who is the teacher of the Gods and sages, who is lustrous like Gold, who is the cause of intelligence and who is the Lord of the three worlds.
- Pronounce ā like in Car
- Pronounce ca like in chair