Thursday, September 22, 2011

Our Ancestral Puja Tradition - 05

Invoke Ganesh

kharvaṁ sthūlatanum gajendravadanaṁ lambodaraṁ sundaraṁ
prasyandanmadagandha-lubdha-madhupa vyālola-gaṇḍasthalam |
dantāghāta-vidāritāri-rudhiraiḥ sindūra-śobhākaraṁ
vande śailasutā-sutaṁ gaṇapatiṁ siddhipradaṁ karmasu ||
auṁ gaṇeśāya namaḥ | auṁ gaṇeśāya namaḥ | auṁ gaṇeśāya namaḥ |

ॐ खर्वं स्थूलतनुम् गजेन्द्रवदनं लम्बोदरं सुन्दरं
प्रस्यन्दन्मदगन्ध-लुब्ध-मधुप व्यालोल-गण्डस्थलम् ।
दन्ताघात-विदारितारि-रुधिरैः सिन्दूर-शोभाकरं
वन्दे शैलसुता-सुतं गणपतिं सिद्धिप्रदं कर्मसु ॥
ॐ गणेशाय नमः । ॐ गणेशाय नमः । ॐ गणेशाय नमः ।

ঔং খর্বং স্থূলতনুম গজেন্দ্রবদনং লম্বোদরং সুন্দরং
প্রস্যন্দন্মদগন্ধ-লুব্ধ-মধুপ ব্যালোল-গণ্ডস্থলম |
দন্তাঘাত-বিদারিতারি-রুধিরৈঃ সিন্দূর-শোভাকরং
বন্দে শৈলসুতা-সুতং গণপতিং সিদ্ধিপ্রদং কর্মসু ||
ঔং গণেশায় নমঃ | ঔং গণেশায় নমঃ | ঔং গণেশায় নমঃ |

I salute Ganesha, the son of Parvati, the giver of success in all undertakings, who is of short stature, stout body, elephant face, protuberant belly and is beautiful; whose cheeks are surrounded by swarms of bees attracted by the sweet scented exudation from his temples; the blood of his enemies pierced by his tasks adds the magnificent vermilion color to his forehead.

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