LINGASHTAKAM SANSKRIT PDF

Lingashtakam – Brahma Murari is one of the most famous Stotrams on Lord Shiva . It’s an 8-canto hymn chanted in worship of Lord Shiva, the all powerful god of. Lingashtakam at Stutimandal – Sanskrit poetry. lingashtakam at stutimandal. Eight Cantos on Linga. I continuously bow to that Linga of Siva, Which is honored . Lingashtakam In Sanskrit / Hindi: Source 1: | PDF Link| Text Link Source 2: | PDF Link| Text Link.

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I continuously bow to that Linga of Siva, Which is revered lingashttakam demi-gods, preceptors and Indra, Which is offered wild-flowers, from forests, by the demi-gods, Which is beyond everything, and Which is like the Paramatman. I bow before that Lingam, which is the eternal Shiva, Which is adorned by sandal paste and saffron, Which wears the garland of lotus flowers, And which can destroy accumulated sins.

Eight Cantos on Linga I continuously bow to that Linga of Siva, Which is honored by Brahma, Murari and Indra, Which is adorned and resplendent by clear light, and Which destroys the grief born out of the birth. Any one who chants the holy octet of the Lingam, In the holy presence of Lord Shiva, Would in the end reach the world of Shiva, And keep him company.

I bow before that Lingam, which is the eternal Shiva, Which is ornamented by gold and great lingashtwkam, Which shines with the snake being with it, And which destroyed the Yagna of Daksha.

Lingashtakam – In sanskrit with meaning

I continuously bow to that Linga of Siva, Which is honoured by demi-gods and the Gana of Siva, possessed with devotional emotions, and Which is resplendent with light like millions of sun. I bow before that Lingam, which is the eternal Shiva, Which is worshipped by Brahma, Vishnu and other Devas, Which is aanskrit and resplendent, And which destroys sorrows of birth.

I bow before that Lingam, which is the eternal Shiva, Which is served by gods and other beings, Which is the doorway for devotion and good thought, And which shines like billions of Suns. I continuously bow to that Linga of Siva, Which is applied by a paste of sandalwood and kumkuma, Which is adorned by a garland of lotuses, and Which destroys the accumulated sins of living beings. I continuously bow to that Linga of Siva, Which is applied and covered by a fragrant paste, Which is the reason for the increment of wisdom in persons, and Which has been extolled by siddha, demi-gods and demons alike.

Lingashtakam

Leave a Reply Cancel reply You must be logged in to post a comment. I bow before that Lingam, which is the eternal Shiva, Which is worshipped by the teacher of lingashtaoam, Which is worshipped by the best of gods, Which is always worshipped by the flowers, From the garden of Gods, Which is the eternal abode, And which is the ultimate truth.

I bow before that Lingam, which is the eternal Shiva, Which is surrounded by eight petals, Which is the prime reason of all riches, And which destroys eight types of poverty. I continuously bow to that Linga of Siva, Which is honored by demi-gods and the best sages, Which destroys the fear of Kamadeva or desires, Which is the abode of compassion, and Which destroyed the pride of the demon Ravana.

I continuously bow to that Linga lingashtakqm Siva, Which is honored by Brahma, Murari and Indra, Which is adorned and resplendent by clear light, and Which destroys the grief born out of the birth. I bow before that Lingam, which is the eternal Shiva, Which is anointed by perfumes, Which leads to growth of wisdom, And which is worshipped by sages, devas and asuras.

Home Poems Contact Us. I continuously bow to that Linga lingasbtakam Siva, Which is adorned with gold and grand precious jewels, Which is surrounded and adorned by a garland of the king of snakes Nagaand Which destroyed the grand sacrifice of Daksa Prajapati in the old times.

I continuously bow to that Linga of Siva, Which is surrounded by flowers having eight-petals, Which is the reason behind the birth of everything, and Which destroys the eight types of poverty. I bow before sannskrit Lingam, which is the eternal Shiva, Which is worshipped by great sages and devas, Which destroyed the god of love, Which showers mercy, And which destroyed the pride of Ravana.