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Foreword

 

Sri Natesan has gone to the wrong man for a foreword to his collection of Prayers, Praises and Psalms. For I am no Sanskrit scholar. I have not read much of the translations of the originals. Never the less the collection presented in this volume does enable even one like me to know how our ancestors prayed to the One Supreme Lord of the Universe and in what words they derived solace in the hour of their trial or gave praise in the hour of their so-called mph. May this collection help the reader to dispel his unbelief or strengthen his belief.

 

Translator’s Note

 

The Stotras form a vast branch of Sanskrit Literature. Indeed our knowledge of Sanskrit opens only with Stotras, for the Rgveda, the earliest of the literary remains in this language, is a collection of hymns. The Itihas and the Purana which followed and popularised Hindu religion and philosophy form the next great store- house of hymns. The poets gave us prayers and praises dominated by literary charm, both as part of their poetic compositions and as separate Stotras. The great founders and exponents of Hindu philosophy and theology left us a rich legacy of devotional lyrics. Then followed the great saints, devotees and leaders of new Bhakti movements, and the exuberant outpourings of their God- filled heart have enriched Sanskrit Literature with numberless Stotras.

 

There is scarcely any Hindu, man or woman, young or old, who does not recite every day some prayer or other. The young used to imbibe select Stotras from their parents while yet on their parents’ knees, even as they did epic legends or folk-songs.

 

Heaps of Sanskrit Stotras lie in the manuscript libraries. A good number of the more important of them has seen the light of publication in the several cosmopolitan and sectarian collections of Stotras published in Devanagari by the Nirnaya Sagar Press, Bombay, the Gujarathi Printing Press, Bombay, Vavilla Ramaswami Sastrulu & Sons, Madras, the Vani Vilas Press,

rtrangam and others. Numerous collections of Stotras have appeared also in the Grantha and the South Indian scripts. For the use of modern readers, there have appeared, from time to time, collections of Sanskrit Stotras with English translation, ‘The Aryan Prayer Book’, ‘Altar Rowers’, ‘Universal Prayers’ etc. But the present publication “Prayers, Praises and Psalms” is the first, biggest and most representative collection of Sanskrit hymns with English Translation.

 

Publisher’s Note

 

It has been a long time ambition of all of us in the family of Dr. V. Raghavan, to reprint this invaluable compilation by our revered father. The first edition in , 1938 and the second in 1948 were brought out by G.A. Natesan & Co., well known publisher of those times, and were sold out in no time.

 

For quite some years now, students and lovers of Sanskrit and admirers of Dr. Raghavan who have known about this timeless work of the scholar, have been enquiring with great interest about reprinting it. The Centre is sure that this print would also receive the same or even more overwhelming response, with its rich content and authentic translation by Dr. V. Raghavan, who is regarded as the by word on aspects of Indian Religion, Culture and Heritage. Generations of readers are bound to benefit from this Compact Classic Collection that continues to stand the test of times.

 

As Managing Trustee of Dr. V. Raghavan Centre for Performing Arts [Regd.], I acknowledge gratefully the perennial support of my mother Smt. Sarada Raghavan and my elder brother Sri. R. Kalidas who has funded this production fully and wished that it should be brought in this year (2008), which happens to be the Centenary Year of our father (1908-2008). I also acknowledge the firm support of my second brother, Dr. R. Charudattan and sister Smt. Priyamvada, all of whom provide ample strength and encouragement to all the activities of the Centre.

 

I wish to thank Dr. C.S. Sundaram, a close associate of Dr. Raghavan, for giving vital support for this work. I acknowledge the services of Smt. Revathy of Chengamalam Enterprises and Sri Venkatesh of K.V.K. Letter Prints for their care and involvement in reprinting the work, with all the necessary improvements incorporated therein.

 

This first print of the work has had the unique privilege of having the foreword from none other than the Father of the Nation - Mahatma Gandhi, who has been acknowledged by Sri G.A. Natesan, for his kindness to write the same inspite of being in the sick bed.

 

Let every reader of this book get noble thoughts coming from all quarters and let each of them live in peace and tranquility.

 

Contents

 

Foreword

iii-iii

Translator’s note

iv-vii

An appreciation

viii-ix

Publisher’s note

x-xiii

THE VEDAS

 

Rgveda

1

Khila

3

Krsnayajurveda samhita

14

Taittiriyaranyaka

16

Suklayajurveda samhita

24

Atharvaveda

25

THE UPANISADS

 

Isavasya

33

Kena and chandogya

34

Prasna

34

Taittiriya

35

Brhadaranyaka

36

Svetasvatara

36

Maitrayani

38

Devi

38

Ganapati

40

Gopalapurvatapani

42

Sarasvatirahasya

44

Ramottaratapani

46

Rudrahrdaya

47

THE RAMAYANA

 

Valmiki ramayana

50

Praise of rama’ s character

50

Kaikeyi’s

55

Mandodari

56

Hanuman

56

Tara’s

56

Aditya hrdaya

62

Adhyatmaramnanyana

70

Vasista ramayana (yogavasista)

73

Ramacaritamanasa [tulasidas]

76

Parayanakrama [valmiki ramayana]

79

THE MAHABHARATA

 

Draupadi’s stotra (sabhaparva)

86

(Yanaparva)

90

Dhrtarastra’ s stotra (udyogaparva)

92

Bhisma’ s stotra (santiparva)

94

Bhisma’ s stavaraja (santiparva)

96

Daksa’s prayer [santiparva]

106

THE BHAGAYAD GITA

 

Arjuna’s visvarupa stuti

108

THE SRIMAD BHAGAVATA

 

Kunti’s Stotra

118

Bhisma’ s stotra

120

Suka’s Stotra

122

Dhruva’s stotra

124

Vetra’s stotra

128

Prahlada’s stotra

130

Gajendra’s stotra

138

Brahma’s stotra

138

Rantideva’s stotra

140

Devaki’s stotra

141

Akrura’s stotra

142

Mucukunda’s stotra

144

THE PURANAS

 

Visnupurana (on laksmi)

145

(On sun)

146

Markandeyapurana (on devi)

148

Brahmapurana (on visnu)

150

Padmapurana (on visnu)

152

Kurmapurana (on siva)

154

Varahapurana (on dharma)

156

Sambapurana (on sun)

158

Brahmavaivartapurana (on sarasvati)

160

Skanda - sutasamhita (on siva)

162

Devibhagavata (on devi)

164, 174

Naradiyapurana (on visnu)

164

(On siva)

166

Visnudharottara (on visnu)

172

Brhannaradiyapurana

 

(On the supreme being)

174

Ganesapurana (on ganesa)

175

Garudapurana (on visnu)

176

Vamanapurana (on visnu)

178

Narasimhapurana (on visnu)

179

THE AGAMAS AND THE TANTRAS

 

Mahanirvanatantra

181

Pancaratra

183-, 188

Ahirbudhnyasamhita

184

Kumaratantra

185

Tripurarahasya

186

Isvarasamhita

188

Brahmasamhita

189

Prapancasaratantra

189

Kulacudamanitantra

190

Matrkabhedatantra

191

Kalivilasatantra

192

CLASSICAL KALIDASA POETRY

 

Raghuvamsa

193

Sakuntala

198

Vikramorvasiya

199

Malavikagnimitra

201

Bharavi

 

Kiratarjuniya

202

Magha

 

Sisupalavadha

204

Bhatrhari

 

Subhasitatrsati

206

Mayura

 

Suryasataka

207

Bana

 

Harsacarita

207

Subandhu

 

Vasavadatta

208

Bhavabhuti

 

Mahaviracarita

208

Malatimidhava

209

Krsnamisra

 

Prabodhacandrodaya

210

Sri harsa

 

Naisadhiyacarita

210

Vaidya gadadhara

214

Bhavananda

215

The acaryas

 

Sankaaacarya

 

Sivanandalahari

216

Anandalahart

218

Saundaryalahari

218

Sivabhujanga stotra

219

Subrahmanyabhujanga stotra

220

Ramabhujanga stotra

221

Devibhujanga stotra

221

Devyaparadhaksamapana stotra

222

Dasasloki stotra

224

Sivaparadhaksamapana stotra

224

Annapurnastaka

225

Tripurasundarl vedapada stotra

225

Laksminrisimha stotra

226

Kanakadhara stava

227

Vagisvari stotra

227

Satpadi stotra

227

Mohamudgara

230

Sadacaranusandhana

232

Pratassmarana stotra

232

Kasipancaka

232

Daksinamurti stotra

234

UTPALADEVACARYA

 

Sivastotravali

235

Srikanthacary a

 

Brahmasutra bhasya

244

Yamunacarya

 

Stotraratna

246

Ramanujacarya

 

Gadyatraya

252

Srivatsankamlsra

 

Atimanusastava

254

Parasarabhatta

 

Srigunaratnakosa

256

Vedacarya

 

Ksamasodasi

258

Vedantadesika (venkatanatha)

 

Nyasadasaka

260

Bhustuti

262

Varadarajapancasat

262

Astabhujastaka

263

Kamasikastaka

263

Acyutasataka

266

Dayasataka

266

VENKATADHVARIN

 

Laksmiahasra

268

Vallabhacarya

 

Madhurastaka

272

Gopijanavallabhastaka

272

Vitthalesvara

 

Vinjapti

274

Haridasa

 

Srikrsnasarantaka

276

Pancaksaramantragarbha stotra

27 6

Madhv acarya [anandatirtha]

 

Dvadasa stotra

278

Vadiraja

 

Prarthanadasaka stotra

282

Krsnastuti

284

Haryastaka

284

Caitanyadeva

 

Siksastaka

286

Jagannathastaka

288

Ropagosvamin

 

Pranamapranaya stava

289

Karpanypafijika stotra

290

Govindabirudavali

290

Other stotras

 

The siva pancastavi

 

Puspadanta’s mahimnasstava

292

Malhana’s stotra

294

Bilhana’s stotra

296

Dandin’s anamayastava

298

Halayudha’s stotra

300

DURVASAS

 

Saktimahimnasstuti

302

THE DEVI PANCASTAVI

 

Carcastava

303

Ghatastava

304

Sakalajananistava

306

THE PANCASATI OF MOKA

 

Aryasataka

308

Padaravindasataka

310

Stutisataka

312

The mukundmala (kulasekhara)

314

Krsnkarnamrta (lilasuka)

320

Dinakrandana stotra (lostadeva)

332

Stutikusumanjali (jagaddhara)

336

Kuvalayananda (appayya diksita)

342

Aradarajastava

344

Atmarpana stuti

346

Manasollasa

352

Sivotkarsamanjari (nilakantha diksita)

354

Anandasagarastava

356

Karunalahari (jagannatha)

360

Dayasataka (ayyaval)

364

Akhyasasti

366

Narayaniya (narayana bhatta)

369

Kirtanas (sadasiva brahmendra)

370

Varnamala

372

Ramastavakarnarasayana

 

(Ramabhadra dikshita)

374

Ramaprasadastava

376

Visvagarbhastava

378

Bhaktimanjari (h.h. Svati tirunal)

380

Avimuktatattva (balambhatta)

384

Sri krsnastaka (nrsimhabharatiswami]

386

Vanipanyavalambastava

 

[Nrsimhabharatiswami]

388

Nrsimhasaptaka (nrsimhabharatiswami)

390

Daksinasyanaka tramala

 

[Nrsimhabharatiswami]

392

Matripadpankajastaka

 

(Nrsimhabharatiswarni)

394

Vivekananda (on ramakrisna)

396

Bhairava stotra (abhinavagupta)

398

Sivastuti [ravana]

400

Adyadadi mahalaksmi hridaya

402

Pandava gita

404

Bhagavaccharana stotra

 

(Brahmananda)

406

Madhusodana stotra (sukadeva)

408

Anonymous

410

Notes on works & authors

417

Index to works & authors

461

Index to deities

472

Index to ideas

480

 

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Foreword

 

Sri Natesan has gone to the wrong man for a foreword to his collection of Prayers, Praises and Psalms. For I am no Sanskrit scholar. I have not read much of the translations of the originals. Never the less the collection presented in this volume does enable even one like me to know how our ancestors prayed to the One Supreme Lord of the Universe and in what words they derived solace in the hour of their trial or gave praise in the hour of their so-called mph. May this collection help the reader to dispel his unbelief or strengthen his belief.

 

Translator’s Note

 

The Stotras form a vast branch of Sanskrit Literature. Indeed our knowledge of Sanskrit opens only with Stotras, for the Rgveda, the earliest of the literary remains in this language, is a collection of hymns. The Itihas and the Purana which followed and popularised Hindu religion and philosophy form the next great store- house of hymns. The poets gave us prayers and praises dominated by literary charm, both as part of their poetic compositions and as separate Stotras. The great founders and exponents of Hindu philosophy and theology left us a rich legacy of devotional lyrics. Then followed the great saints, devotees and leaders of new Bhakti movements, and the exuberant outpourings of their God- filled heart have enriched Sanskrit Literature with numberless Stotras.

 

There is scarcely any Hindu, man or woman, young or old, who does not recite every day some prayer or other. The young used to imbibe select Stotras from their parents while yet on their parents’ knees, even as they did epic legends or folk-songs.

 

Heaps of Sanskrit Stotras lie in the manuscript libraries. A good number of the more important of them has seen the light of publication in the several cosmopolitan and sectarian collections of Stotras published in Devanagari by the Nirnaya Sagar Press, Bombay, the Gujarathi Printing Press, Bombay, Vavilla Ramaswami Sastrulu & Sons, Madras, the Vani Vilas Press,

rtrangam and others. Numerous collections of Stotras have appeared also in the Grantha and the South Indian scripts. For the use of modern readers, there have appeared, from time to time, collections of Sanskrit Stotras with English translation, ‘The Aryan Prayer Book’, ‘Altar Rowers’, ‘Universal Prayers’ etc. But the present publication “Prayers, Praises and Psalms” is the first, biggest and most representative collection of Sanskrit hymns with English Translation.

 

Publisher’s Note

 

It has been a long time ambition of all of us in the family of Dr. V. Raghavan, to reprint this invaluable compilation by our revered father. The first edition in , 1938 and the second in 1948 were brought out by G.A. Natesan & Co., well known publisher of those times, and were sold out in no time.

 

For quite some years now, students and lovers of Sanskrit and admirers of Dr. Raghavan who have known about this timeless work of the scholar, have been enquiring with great interest about reprinting it. The Centre is sure that this print would also receive the same or even more overwhelming response, with its rich content and authentic translation by Dr. V. Raghavan, who is regarded as the by word on aspects of Indian Religion, Culture and Heritage. Generations of readers are bound to benefit from this Compact Classic Collection that continues to stand the test of times.

 

As Managing Trustee of Dr. V. Raghavan Centre for Performing Arts [Regd.], I acknowledge gratefully the perennial support of my mother Smt. Sarada Raghavan and my elder brother Sri. R. Kalidas who has funded this production fully and wished that it should be brought in this year (2008), which happens to be the Centenary Year of our father (1908-2008). I also acknowledge the firm support of my second brother, Dr. R. Charudattan and sister Smt. Priyamvada, all of whom provide ample strength and encouragement to all the activities of the Centre.

 

I wish to thank Dr. C.S. Sundaram, a close associate of Dr. Raghavan, for giving vital support for this work. I acknowledge the services of Smt. Revathy of Chengamalam Enterprises and Sri Venkatesh of K.V.K. Letter Prints for their care and involvement in reprinting the work, with all the necessary improvements incorporated therein.

 

This first print of the work has had the unique privilege of having the foreword from none other than the Father of the Nation - Mahatma Gandhi, who has been acknowledged by Sri G.A. Natesan, for his kindness to write the same inspite of being in the sick bed.

 

Let every reader of this book get noble thoughts coming from all quarters and let each of them live in peace and tranquility.

 

Contents

 

Foreword

iii-iii

Translator’s note

iv-vii

An appreciation

viii-ix

Publisher’s note

x-xiii

THE VEDAS

 

Rgveda

1

Khila

3

Krsnayajurveda samhita

14

Taittiriyaranyaka

16

Suklayajurveda samhita

24

Atharvaveda

25

THE UPANISADS

 

Isavasya

33

Kena and chandogya

34

Prasna

34

Taittiriya

35

Brhadaranyaka

36

Svetasvatara

36

Maitrayani

38

Devi

38

Ganapati

40

Gopalapurvatapani

42

Sarasvatirahasya

44

Ramottaratapani

46

Rudrahrdaya

47

THE RAMAYANA

 

Valmiki ramayana

50

Praise of rama’ s character

50

Kaikeyi’s

55

Mandodari

56

Hanuman

56

Tara’s

56

Aditya hrdaya

62

Adhyatmaramnanyana

70

Vasista ramayana (yogavasista)

73

Ramacaritamanasa [tulasidas]

76

Parayanakrama [valmiki ramayana]

79

THE MAHABHARATA

 

Draupadi’s stotra (sabhaparva)

86

(Yanaparva)

90

Dhrtarastra’ s stotra (udyogaparva)

92

Bhisma’ s stotra (santiparva)

94

Bhisma’ s stavaraja (santiparva)

96

Daksa’s prayer [santiparva]

106

THE BHAGAYAD GITA

 

Arjuna’s visvarupa stuti

108

THE SRIMAD BHAGAVATA

 

Kunti’s Stotra

118

Bhisma’ s stotra

120

Suka’s Stotra

122

Dhruva’s stotra

124

Vetra’s stotra

128

Prahlada’s stotra

130

Gajendra’s stotra

138

Brahma’s stotra

138

Rantideva’s stotra

140

Devaki’s stotra

141

Akrura’s stotra

142

Mucukunda’s stotra

144

THE PURANAS

 

Visnupurana (on laksmi)

145

(On sun)

146

Markandeyapurana (on devi)

148

Brahmapurana (on visnu)

150

Padmapurana (on visnu)

152

Kurmapurana (on siva)

154

Varahapurana (on dharma)

156

Sambapurana (on sun)

158

Brahmavaivartapurana (on sarasvati)

160

Skanda - sutasamhita (on siva)

162

Devibhagavata (on devi)

164, 174

Naradiyapurana (on visnu)

164

(On siva)

166

Visnudharottara (on visnu)

172

Brhannaradiyapurana

 

(On the supreme being)

174

Ganesapurana (on ganesa)

175

Garudapurana (on visnu)

176

Vamanapurana (on visnu)

178

Narasimhapurana (on visnu)

179

THE AGAMAS AND THE TANTRAS

 

Mahanirvanatantra

181

Pancaratra

183-, 188

Ahirbudhnyasamhita

184

Kumaratantra

185

Tripurarahasya

186

Isvarasamhita

188

Brahmasamhita

189

Prapancasaratantra

189

Kulacudamanitantra

190

Matrkabhedatantra

191

Kalivilasatantra

192

CLASSICAL KALIDASA POETRY

 

Raghuvamsa

193

Sakuntala

198

Vikramorvasiya

199

Malavikagnimitra

201

Bharavi

 

Kiratarjuniya

202

Magha

 

Sisupalavadha

204

Bhatrhari

 

Subhasitatrsati

206

Mayura

 

Suryasataka

207

Bana

 

Harsacarita

207

Subandhu

 

Vasavadatta

208

Bhavabhuti

 

Mahaviracarita

208

Malatimidhava

209

Krsnamisra

 

Prabodhacandrodaya

210

Sri harsa

 

Naisadhiyacarita

210

Vaidya gadadhara

214

Bhavananda

215

The acaryas

 

Sankaaacarya

 

Sivanandalahari

216

Anandalahart

218

Saundaryalahari

218

Sivabhujanga stotra

219

Subrahmanyabhujanga stotra

220

Ramabhujanga stotra

221

Devibhujanga stotra

221

Devyaparadhaksamapana stotra

222

Dasasloki stotra

224

Sivaparadhaksamapana stotra

224

Annapurnastaka

225

Tripurasundarl vedapada stotra

225

Laksminrisimha stotra

226

Kanakadhara stava

227

Vagisvari stotra

227

Satpadi stotra

227

Mohamudgara

230

Sadacaranusandhana

232

Pratassmarana stotra

232

Kasipancaka

232

Daksinamurti stotra

234

UTPALADEVACARYA

 

Sivastotravali

235

Srikanthacary a

 

Brahmasutra bhasya

244

Yamunacarya

 

Stotraratna

246

Ramanujacarya

 

Gadyatraya

252

Srivatsankamlsra

 

Atimanusastava

254

Parasarabhatta

 

Srigunaratnakosa

256

Vedacarya

 

Ksamasodasi

258

Vedantadesika (venkatanatha)

 

Nyasadasaka

260

Bhustuti

262

Varadarajapancasat

262

Astabhujastaka

263

Kamasikastaka

263

Acyutasataka

266

Dayasataka

266

VENKATADHVARIN

 

Laksmiahasra

268

Vallabhacarya

 

Madhurastaka

272

Gopijanavallabhastaka

272

Vitthalesvara

 

Vinjapti

274

Haridasa

 

Srikrsnasarantaka

276

Pancaksaramantragarbha stotra

27 6

Madhv acarya [anandatirtha]

 

Dvadasa stotra

278

Vadiraja

 

Prarthanadasaka stotra

282

Krsnastuti

284

Haryastaka

284

Caitanyadeva

 

Siksastaka

286

Jagannathastaka

288

Ropagosvamin

 

Pranamapranaya stava

289

Karpanypafijika stotra

290

Govindabirudavali

290

Other stotras

 

The siva pancastavi

 

Puspadanta’s mahimnasstava

292

Malhana’s stotra

294

Bilhana’s stotra

296

Dandin’s anamayastava

298

Halayudha’s stotra

300

DURVASAS

 

Saktimahimnasstuti

302

THE DEVI PANCASTAVI

 

Carcastava

303

Ghatastava

304

Sakalajananistava

306

THE PANCASATI OF MOKA

 

Aryasataka

308

Padaravindasataka

310

Stutisataka

312

The mukundmala (kulasekhara)

314

Krsnkarnamrta (lilasuka)

320

Dinakrandana stotra (lostadeva)

332

Stutikusumanjali (jagaddhara)

336

Kuvalayananda (appayya diksita)

342

Aradarajastava

344

Atmarpana stuti

346

Manasollasa

352

Sivotkarsamanjari (nilakantha diksita)

354

Anandasagarastava

356

Karunalahari (jagannatha)

360

Dayasataka (ayyaval)

364

Akhyasasti

366

Narayaniya (narayana bhatta)

369

Kirtanas (sadasiva brahmendra)

370

Varnamala

372

Ramastavakarnarasayana

 

(Ramabhadra dikshita)

374

Ramaprasadastava

376

Visvagarbhastava

378

Bhaktimanjari (h.h. Svati tirunal)

380

Avimuktatattva (balambhatta)

384

Sri krsnastaka (nrsimhabharatiswami]

386

Vanipanyavalambastava

 

[Nrsimhabharatiswami]

388

Nrsimhasaptaka (nrsimhabharatiswami)

390

Daksinasyanaka tramala

 

[Nrsimhabharatiswami]

392

Matripadpankajastaka

 

(Nrsimhabharatiswarni)

394

Vivekananda (on ramakrisna)

396

Bhairava stotra (abhinavagupta)

398

Sivastuti [ravana]

400

Adyadadi mahalaksmi hridaya

402

Pandava gita

404

Bhagavaccharana stotra

 

(Brahmananda)

406

Madhusodana stotra (sukadeva)

408

Anonymous

410

Notes on works & authors

417

Index to works & authors

461

Index to deities

472

Index to ideas

480

 

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