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Navagraha Krithis

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Sri Navagraha Stotram

Artists : Trichur V Ramachandran
Composers : Vyasamaharishi
Lyricists : Vyasamaharishi
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Sooryamoorthe (soorya)

07:28  
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Chandram Bhajamaanasa (chandra)

06:37  
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Angarakamasrayamyaham (angaraka)

06:12  
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Budhamasrayami (budha)

06:44  
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Brihaspathe (brihaspathi)

07:06  
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Sree Sukrabhagavantham (sukra)

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Divakarathanujam (sani)

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Smaramyaham (raahu)

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Mahaasuram (kethu)

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Comment for song Sooryamoorthe (soorya) of album 'Navagraha Krithis' by Thiru RaviPosted:05 Feb,2013
i dont about the artist till
Comment for song Sooryamoorthe (soorya) of album 'Navagraha Krithis' by Thiru RaviPosted:05 Feb,2013
i dont about the artist till
Comment for 'Navagraha Krithis' by Meenu SPosted:08 Sep,2012
navagraha kritis are jus awesm.. please upload balakrishnan padamalar, papanasam sivan kriti sung by sanjay subramaniam
Comment for song Sooryamoorthe (soorya) of album 'Navagraha Krithis' by S.balakrishnan-chenn..Posted:22 May,2012
beautiful
Comment for song Budhamasrayami (budha) of album 'Navagraha Krithis' by Mohan KurupPosted:31 Mar,2012
Ragam Natakurinji..................
Comment for song Sooryamoorthe (soorya) of album 'Navagraha Krithis' by SuryanarayananPosted:27 Dec,2010
excellent explanation by Grace. thks
Comment for song Angarakamasrayamyaham (angaraka) of album 'Navagraha Krithis' by JagannathanPosted:30 Sep,2010
ankaaraka keshtram is Vaitheesvaran Koil the raga is Surutti Other places Sooriyan:Aduthurai thingal is Thingaloor budahan:keezhperumpallam Guru Alangudi Sukran:Kanjanoor Sani : Thirunallaar Ragu Kethu is Thirunageswaram
Comment for song Sooryamoorthe (soorya) of album 'Navagraha Krithis' by Ganesh VenkatramanPosted:07 Aug,2010
do surya namaskar listening sooryamurte for goodhealth
Comment for song Sooryamoorthe (soorya) of album 'Navagraha Krithis' by G.v.malathiPosted:28 May,2010
Very good singing
Comment for song Chandram Bhajamaanasa (chandra) of album 'Navagraha Krithis' by Ambika SomanPosted:27 Feb,2010
Pallavi:
Chandram Bhaja Maanasa Saadhu Hrudaya Sadrusham
Anupallavi:
Indraadi Lokapaaledita Taaresham Indum Shodasa Kalaadharam Nishaakaram
Indiraa Sahodharam Sudhaakaram Anisham
Charanam
Shankaramauli Vibhushanam Seethakiranam Chaturbhujam Madana Chatram Shaapakaram
Venkatesha Nayanam Viraanmano Jananam Vidhum Kumuda Mithram Vidhi Guruguha Vaktram
Sashaankam Geeshpathi Shaapaanugraha Paatram Sharacchandrikaa Dhavala Prakaasha Gaatram
Kankana Keyura Haara Makutaadi Dharam Pankaja Ripum Rohini Priyakara Chaturam
Comment for song Sooryamoorthe (soorya) of album 'Navagraha Krithis' by Ambika SomanPosted:07 Jan,2010

☀☀☀☀ ll OM SURYADEVAYA NAMO NAMAH ll ☀☀☀☀
Comment for song Budhamasrayami (budha) of album 'Navagraha Krithis' by Ambika SomanPosted:06 Jan,2010
In Linga Purana it is said that Mercury or Buddha Graha, as said in Hindi, is the son of the Moon by his wife Rohini.Mercury rules education, writers, lecturers, traders, teachers, artists, businessmen, the nervous system and the lungs.
Comment for song Brihaspathe (brihaspathi) of album 'Navagraha Krithis' by Ambika SomanPosted:30 Dec,2009
Pallavi
bRhaspate tArApate brahmajAte namOstu te
Anupallavi
mahAbala vibho gISpate maHnjudhanurmInAdhipate mahendrAdyupAsitakRte mAdhavAdivinutadhImate
Charanam
shurAcAryavarya vajradhara shubhalakSaNa jagattrayaguro jarAdivarjitAkrodha kacajanakashritajanakalpataro purAriguruguhasammodita putrakAraka dInabandho parAdicatvArivAksvarUpaprakAshaka dayAsindho nirAmayAya nItikartre niraHNkushAya vishvabhartre niraHNjanAya bhuvanabhoktre niraHNshAya makhapradAtre

Comment for song Brihaspathe (brihaspathi) of album 'Navagraha Krithis' by Ambika SomanPosted:30 Dec,2009
Meaning :
Salutations Brhaspati! Lord of Tara, one who is born of Brahma.

Oh omnipresent one, Oh Lord of great strength, Lord of speech, Lord of lovely Dhanus and Mina, whose form is adored by Indra and the other Gods, and who is the great intellectual honored by divinities like Madhava.

Oh most esteemed teacher of the Gods, wielder of the thunderbolt, of auspicious markings, teacher of the three worlds, one who is not affected by old age and the like, unexcitable, father of Kaca, the divine Kalpataru for those who take refuge in Him, who is a delight to Shiva and Guruguha, and the bestower of offspring, kin to the distressed, the manifester of the four phases of speech, an ocean of compassion. Who is devoid of all illness, the author of smrti, uncontrolled, the Lord of the Universe, the untarnished one, who delights in the worlds and is the bestower of vigor.

Comment for song Divakarathanujam (sani) of album 'Navagraha Krithis' by Ambika SomanPosted:19 Dec,2009

ll OM SHAM SHANAISHCHARAYA NAMAH ll ......*...... Beautiful
Comment for song Sree Sukrabhagavantham (sukra) of album 'Navagraha Krithis' by Ambika SomanPosted:18 Dec,2009

Superb ! ! ! !
Comment for song Smaramyaham (raahu) of album 'Navagraha Krithis' by SapthaswaraPosted:08 Nov,2009
rAga: rAmapriyA (ramAmanohari) / tAla: rUpaka

smarAmy aham sadA rAhuM sUryacandravIkSyaM vikRtadeham

surAsuraM rogaharaM sarpAdibhItiharaM shurpAsanasukhakaraM shUlAyaudhadharakaraM

karAlavadanaM kaThinaM kayAnArNakaruNArdrApaHNgaM caturbhujaM khaDgakheTAdidharaNan carmAdinIlavastraM gomedakAbharaNaM shanisukramitraguruguhasaMtoSakaraNaM
Comment for song Mahaasuram (kethu) of album 'Navagraha Krithis' by SapthaswaraPosted:08 Nov,2009

rAga: shanmukhapriyA (cAmaram) / tAla: rUpaka

mahAsuraM ketum ahaM bhajAmi chAyagrahavaram

mahAvicitramakuTadharaM maHNgalavastrAdidharam narapIThasthitaM sukhaM navagrahayutasakhaM

ketuMkRNvanmantrinaM krodhanidhijaiminaM kulutthAdibhakSaNaM koNadhvajapatAkinam guruguhacAmarabharaNaM guNadoSacidAbharaNaM grahaNAdikAryakAraNaM grahApasavyasaHncAriNam
Comment for song Divakarathanujam (sani) of album 'Navagraha Krithis' by SapthaswaraPosted:07 Nov,2009
rAga: yadukulakAmbhoji / tAla: caturashra Eka

divAkaratanujaM shanaishcaraM dhIrataraM santataM cintayEham

bhavAmbunidhau niMagnajanAnAM bhayaHNkaram atikrUraphaladam bhavAnIshakaTAkSapAtrabhUtabhaktimatAmatishayashubhaphaladam

kAlAHnjanakAntiyuktadehaM kAlasahodaraM kAkavAhaM nIlAMshukapuSpamAlavRtaM nIlaratnabhUSaNAlaNkRtaM mAlinIvinutaguruguhamuditaM makarabumbharAshinAthaM tilatailamishritAnnadIpapriyam dayAsudhAsAgaraM nirbhayam kAladaNDaparipIditajAnuM kAmitArthaphaladakAmaDhenuM kAlacakrabhedacitrabhAnuM kalpitaccAyAdevisUnum
Comment for song Sree Sukrabhagavantham (sukra) of album 'Navagraha Krithis' by SapthaswaraPosted:06 Nov,2009
shrIshukrabhagavantaM cintayAmi santataM sakalatattvajHnam

he shukrabhagavan mAm Ashu pAlaya vRSatulAdhIsha daityahitopadesham keshavakaTAkSaikanetraM kirITadharaM dhavalagAtram

viMshativatSaroDudashavibhAgam aSTavargaM kaviM kalatrakArakaM ravinirjaraguruvairiNaM navAMshahorAdrekkANAdivargottamavasarasamaye vakroccanIcasvakSetravarakendramUlatrikoNe trimshAMshasaSTyAMshairavatAMshaparijAtAMshagopurAMsharAjayogakArakaM rAjuapradaM guruguhamudam
Comment for song Sri Navagraha Stotram of album 'Navagraha Krithis' by GracePosted:01 Nov,2009
wonderful navagrahastothram
Comment for song Sri Navagraha Stotram of album 'Navagraha Krithis' by Ambika SomanPosted:28 Oct,2009



**.*.*.* .Very Beautiful . *.*.*.**




Comment for song Sooryamoorthe (soorya) of album 'Navagraha Krithis' by GracePosted:25 Oct,2009
THE FIRST Navagraha Kriti on Sun God by sri Dikshitar in Raag Saurashtram .. excellent rendition full of bhakti bhavam.. manoharam ..
Comment for song Sooryamoorthe (soorya) of album 'Navagraha Krithis' by GracePosted:25 Oct,2009
sUrya

rAga: saurASTram / tAla: caturashra dhruva

sUryamUrte namOstu te sundaracchAyAdhipate

kAryakAraNAtmakajagatprAkasha simhArAshyadhipate AryavinutatejassphUrte ArogyAdiphaladakIrte

sArasamitra mitra bhAno sahasrakiraNa karNasUno krUrapApaharakRshAno guruguhamoditasvabhAno sUrijaneDita sudinamaNe somAdigrahashikhAmaNe dhIrAcita karmasAkSiNe divyatarasaptAshvarathine saurAStArNamantrAtmane sauvarNasvarUpAtmane bhAratIshahariharAtmane bhuktimuktivitaraNAtmane

Translation

Salutations Oh Lord in the form of Surya, the Lord of the beautiful Chaya[1].

Oh illuminator of all infinite causes and effects in the world, the Lord of Simha rasi[2]. One whose effulgent lustre has been praised by those of highest esteem, the bestower of benefits such as good health.

Friend to the day-lotus, a friend to all, the most resplendent one, the thousand-rayed, the father of Karna[3], the fire swallowing dreadful sins[4], whose brilliance has delighted Guruguha[5], one who is praised by the learned, the auspicious day-jewel, crest-jewel to Chandra and other planets, worshipped by the energetic, the witness to all actions, one who has the chariot drawn by the seven divine horses[6]. One whose principle nature is embedded in the eight-syllabled hymn of praise[7], who is of golden hue, of the nature of Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva[8], and who confers material benefits and spiritual emancipation.

Notes

(lit. 'shadow'), a substitute form of Samjna, wife of Surya, who assumed this disguise to escape the heat of her husband
Constellation Leo
Hero of the Mahabharata who having sided with the Kauravas against the Pandavas was killed by Arjuna at the battle of Kuruksetra
The power of the Vedas radiates forth in the form of Surya, this power illuminates all darkness and destroys the sins of the worlds.
A name for Subramanya (Skanda), son of Shiva who became the teacher of the Gods [also Dikshitar's "pen name"]
This theme appears in numerous passages of the Vedas. The Sun-temples of India are constructed along this theme, the most famous being the Konarak temple in Orissa. The symbolism of the seven horses has been explained in different ways; relating to the seven days of the week, to the seven sacred metres of verse [See RV X130.4-5], and to the seven colors of the solar spectrum. The seven horses at Konarak are named after these colors: Rakta (red), Rocika (orange), Pita (yellow), Nila (blue), Indra-nila (deep blue), Mocika (violet) and Shukla (white).
ref. to the 'gayatri' hymn addressed to the Vedic solar god Savitr: "May we attain that excellent glory of Savitr the god, so we may stimulate our prayers." [RV III.62.10] This is the most sacred of Hindu hymns and is recited daily by all Brahmins.
Surya is considered to be a manifestation of Vishnu, from whom all Gods were created. On rising he appears in the form of Brahma (creator), at mid-day as Vishnu (preserver) and on setting as Rudra (dissolution). This theme has its roots in the Vedic myth of Vishnu taking three steps over the universe: "I will declare the mighty deeds of Vishnu, of him who measured out the earthly regions. Who propped the highest place of congregation, thrice setting down his footstep, widely striding." [RV I.154.1, also VII.99]
Comment for song Sooryamoorthe (soorya) of album 'Navagraha Krithis' by Vinu R NathPosted:22 Oct,2009
Saurashtram: Adi 2 kala chaukkam
Comment for song Chandram Bhajamaanasa (chandra) of album 'Navagraha Krithis' by Ambika SomanPosted:30 Sep,2009

Chandra Dev, as a God, is fair and youthful in appearance. He is considered wise, peaceful and auspicious. He wears white and carries a mace in one hand and is seated on a lotus which is carried by a shining white chariot pulled by white horses.
......*...... Beautiful ......*.....
Comment for song Sooryamoorthe (soorya) of album 'Navagraha Krithis' by T ChithanPosted:26 Aug,2009
Surya is the arbiter (a person with power to decide or confer) of time and arbiter of life. The Bhagavad Gita is considered to have been first instructed to Surya. Rich symbolism abounds in this.
Comment for song Sooryamoorthe (soorya) of album 'Navagraha Krithis' by Dr.s.s.pachaiyappanPosted:25 Aug,2009
ARUPADAI MURUGA PALANI DHANDAPANI DEIVAME MURUGA WE ARE BLESSED BY HEARING THIS BEAUTIFUL SONG IN THE NICE VOICE,
Comment for song Smaramyaham (raahu) of album 'Navagraha Krithis' by Shyama PriyaPosted:08 Jun,2009
The name of Rahu first appears in the Mahabharata, when we read the story of the churning of the Ocean of Milk in the search for ambrosia - the elixir of immortality known as amrita in Sanskrit. Rahu was the son of Danava Vipracitti by his wife Simhika, and a brother of Maya Danava, the great magician and architect. Rahu and Ketu are two parts of the same danava and are 180° apart from each other. Whenever either Sun or Moon are conjunct with Rahu or Ketu, a solar or lunar eclipse takes place. In astronomy Rahu is considered the dragon's head and is also known as the north node of Moon, the point where the Moon's orbit crosses the ecliptic. Ketu is known as the dragon's tail, which gives birth to comets and meteors and is known as the descending or the south node of the Moon. When Sun, Moon, and Rahu or Ketu fall in the same zodiacal longitude, a solar eclipse takes place. Rahu is responsible for solar, Ketu for lunar eclipse. This makes them significant for astronomers and astrologers both. Though they are included in planets, Rahu and Ketu are not real luminaries and are regarded as shadow planets. They do not have ability to cast aspects, as other planets do, they do not rule any zodiacal signs and are not characterized as male or female. Because they are related to Moon as its north and south nodes, they reflect the basic bipolarity of energy within the cosmos and the individual. They are both regarded as malefic half-planets and they bisect the natal chart of the horoscopes of all individuals. The gemstone related to Rahu is hessonite. Rahu rules number 4 in indian numerology.
Comment for song Chandram Bhajamaanasa (chandra) of album 'Navagraha Krithis' by Shyama PriyaPosted:08 Jun,2009
O Mind. Worship Chandra, who is as cool as the hearts of the sages........... Anupallavi:------ The Lord of Tara, worshipped by Indra and other regents; the one who cools; The one who has 16 phases, the one that causes night; the brother of Lakshmi! The one who pours forth nectar........... Charanam:------ The one worn by Shankara on his head; the one who has cool rays; the one with 4 hands; the one who has the cupid as an umbrella; the cause for night; the one who is the eye of venkatesha; the one born out of the mind of virAt-purusha; the one who causes medicines; the friend of the lily. The one who resembles the face of Guha the perceptor of Brahma; The one who has the mark of a hare; the one who was subject to the curse & later the grace by Brhaspati, the one who shines like the autumnal moon; the one who wears a bracelet, necklace, & crown, the enemy of the lotus; the intelligent one who was dear to Rohini.......... NOTES :--- * Lakshmi and the moon came out of the Ocean of milk; hence she is his sister. * In the creation of purusha the moon was born out of the mind of this virat purusha. * Chandra because of his liaison with devaguru's wife Tara was cursed.Later due to the grace of guru he was restored. Budha or mercury was the son of Chandra and Tara.
Comment for song Mahaasuram (kethu) of album 'Navagraha Krithis' by Shyama PriyaPosted:08 Jun,2009
Ketu is what remains of the body of Rahu. According to Hindu mythology, Ketu is the rest of the body of Rahu, while Rahu is the head. When lord Vishnu extracted the juice of immortality from the ocean, and decided it to give it to the Gods, Rahu (a demon) in a disguised form took the juice and drank it. Rahu was seated between Sun and Moon, who revealed the truth about Rahu`s identity. Lord Vishnu immediately beheaded Rahu. Since the nectar had reached Rahu`s neck, it survived the ordeal but the rest of the body was burnt. Later the body was revived and named Ketu. Ever since then, Rahu and Ketu are hell bent on taking revenge on the Sun and Moon by causing Solar and Lunar eclipse. In astronomical terms, they form the south and north nodes, the two nodes formed when earth`s trajectory around Sun intersects moon`s trajectory around earth. Ketu is a malefic planet, and is always 180 degrees apart from that of Rahu........... Ketu doesn`t rule any zodiac, as it is not a real planet. But it identifies Pisces as its own house (inspite of the lordship of Jupiter - "The guru of Gods"). Ketu is exalted in Scorpio, and debilitated in Taurus. It is strong in Jupiter`s sign (Sagittarius and Pisces) and that of Mercury (Virgo and Gemini). Ketu goes along beautifully with Mercury, Venus, Saturn and Rahu. Ketu is neutral to Jupiter, while Mars, Sun and Moon are its archenemies............ Ketu is a headless half-planet, shadowy as Rahu and malefic, though not as malefic as Rahu. It is therefore considered a moksha-karak (cause of liberation from the cycle of birth and death). It bestows spiritual tendencies, ascetism and nonattachment to worldly desires and ambitions......... Ketu is also a half-planet that bestows wisdom, powers of discrimination, and gyana - spiritual knowledge, the knowledge of the self. It gives psychic abilities to its natives and makes them masters of the healing arts, natural healing, healing herbs, spices, foods, tantric healing, healing of persons possessed by evil spirits, ghosts and astral forces. Ketu natives also have the ability to go unnoticed or merge into the crowd of common folk.......... Ketu's effects are similar to those of Mars, but this is only one way of describing the malefic effect and power of Ketu.......... Ketu can be more destructive if it is inauspiciously positioned in the horoscopes. Ketu destroys the potency of the planet with which it is conjunct making the planet behave in an uncontrollable manner. It is tamasik, of hybrid generation, malefic, awful, and devious in nature......... As opposed to Rahu`s tendency to inflict the mind, Ketu inflicts the body. It can cause many types of ailments right from leprosy and cancer to paralysis. Poor blood circulation, Anemia, pains in joints and nerves are other attributes to this planet. Under common misconception, Ketu is a dreaded planet, bringing with itself disease, sufferings, and dark worlds. But Ketu endows one with supreme form of spiritual enlightenment, which in itself is the greatest boon for human existence.......... Ketu is neither feminine nor masculine, wind-dominated, aged, powerful at night, animalistic, obsessive, compulsive and unconscious in behavior. It is associated with a smoky-grey colour and Ketu's gemstone is cat's-eye. Ketu rules number 7 in indian numerology. Ketu is associated with the following: his color is smoky grey , metal is lead and gemstone is cat's eye. His tattva or element is fire.
Comment for 'Navagraha Krithis' by Shyama PriyaPosted:08 Jun,2009
Dikshitar's Navagraha (Nine Planets) kritis are among his most famous sets. They contain a good deal of Vedic astrology, as well as fine music. There is one kriti for each of the classical nine planets.


sUrya (Sun): sUryamUrtE namOstutE - *saurASTram/caturashra DhruvaM
candra (Moon): candraM bhaja mAnasa - *asAvEri/caturashra maTyaM
aHNgAraka (Mars): aHNgArakaM AshrayAmi ahaM - *surati/rUpakam
budha (Mercury): budham AshrayAmi - *nATTakuraHnji/mishra jhaMpa
bRhaspati (Jupiter): bRhaspatE tArApate - *aThAna/Tishra TripuTa
shukra (Venus): shrI shukrabhagavantaM - pharaj/khaNDa aTa
shani (Saturn): divAkaratanujaM shanaishcaraM - yadukulakAmbhOji/caturashra EkaM
rAhu: smarAmyahaM sadA rAhuM - ramAmanOhari/rUpakam
ketu: mahAsuraM kEtumahaM - cAmaraM/rUpakam
Note that the final two kritis (on the inauspicious "planets" Rahu and Ketu) are now considered to be later compositions by Dikshitar's followers, added to round out the traditional nine.
Comment for song Sree Sukrabhagavantham (sukra) of album 'Navagraha Krithis' by Shyama PriyaPosted:08 Jun,2009
Dedicated to Shukra, the Sanskrit name for Venus, one of the most beautiful and shining Navagrahas. Friday is the day celebrated for this Devata. The radiant celestial guru of the demons Shukracharya was born to Bhrigu Maharishi and Ushana, also known as Usha. Bhrigu Maharishi married Usha, the daughter of Hiranya Kashipu. Shukracharya was born out of this umion. He married Priyavratha's daughter Urjaswathi and gave birth to four sons Chanda, Amarka, Twaashtra, Dharaatra and a daughter by name Devayaani. He is the preceptor of the Asuras. Though he has forsaken them occasionally, when their deeds have angered him, for the most part, he has helped them avoid destruction at the hand of the Devas.
Comment for song Budhamasrayami (budha) of album 'Navagraha Krithis' by Shyama PriyaPosted:08 Jun,2009
Dedicated to BUDHA or the planet MERCURY, celebrated Wednesday of the week, Budha son of Candra, the Moon and Tara, is considered as the greatest among the wise. This Devata bestows wisdom and wealth etc. on his devotees. He removes evil thoughts from their minds. He is the chief among Gnanis ( Realized souls). He is considered Vishnu Rupi, because of his beauty and resemblance. A prayer to Him, especially on Wednesdays brings in manifold benefits like removal of all obstacles, helps one to get progeny, possession of fertile lands etc...... He is represented as being mild, eloquent, and of greenish color. He is represented holding a scimitar, a club and a shield, riding a winged lion in Ramghur temple. In other illustrations, he holds a sceptre and lotus and rides a carpet or an eagle or a chariot drawn by lions.......The direction associated with Budha is north, the season is autumn and the element is earth.
Comment for song Divakarathanujam (sani) of album 'Navagraha Krithis' by Shyama PriyaPosted:08 Jun,2009
From TK Govinda Rao...............I always (“santhatham” ) meditate (“chintayeham”) upon the slow moving Shani, the son (“Danujam”) of SURYA (sun - “Divakara”) and the courageous (“Dheera tharam”) one........... He causes fear (“bhayankaram”) in people plunged (“nimagna”) in the ocean of worldly life (“bhavam”) and is the harbinger of bad effects (“atikrura phaladam”) of one’s life........... He grants unique auspicious rewards (“phaladam”) for devotees (“bhuta”) favoured (“paathra”) by Paramasiva’s (“bhavaneesha”) benevolent glances (“kataaksha”)............ He who with a body(“deham”) of dark luster (“kanthi yukta”) like collyrium (“kalaanjana”), is the brother (“sahodaram”) of YAMA, the god of death (“kaala”) He rides on the crow (“kaka”) as his vehicle (“vaaham”). He is decorated (“alankankrutam”) with a blue dress, garland (“malavruttam”) of blue flowers (“neelamsuka pushpa”), oranments (“ratna bhushana”) embedded with blue sapphire stones. He delights (“muditham”) Guruguha. He is worshipped (“vinuta”) by Maalini Mantra. He is the lord of the two Raasis: Capricorn (“Makara”) and Aquarius (“Kumbha”). He has special liking (“priyam”) for the lamp (“deepa”) lit with sesame (“Tilataila”) and for rice (“anna”) cooked (“misri”) with sesame seeds. He is an ocean (“saagaram”) of nectar (“sudha”) of compassion (“dayaa”) and He is is fearless (“nirbhayam”). Whose knee (“Jaanum”) was disfigured (“paripeeditha”) by the staff (“danda”) of Kaala, the God of death. He is like Kamadhenu, yielding all desires (“kaamithartha phalada”). He is the fire (“chitra bhaanum”) capable of splitting (“bheda”) the time (“kala”) wheel (“chakra”) of life and one conceived (“kalpita”) as the son (“sunum”) of the goddess (“devi”) Chaayaa
Comment for song Chandram Bhajamaanasa (chandra) of album 'Navagraha Krithis' by R.subramanianPosted:07 Jun,2009
chandrama manaso jaatha:He is the planet who dominates and decides human minds every moment .just like oceanis controld by moon.
Comment for song Angarakamasrayamyaham (angaraka) of album 'Navagraha Krithis' by R.subramanianPosted:31 Mar,2009
VAIdya nathaa kshethram
Comment for song Angarakamasrayamyaham (angaraka) of album 'Navagraha Krithis' by R.subramanianPosted:31 Mar,2009
MESHA VRISCHIGA RASYATHIPATHIM ANKARAGAM
Comment for song Sooryamoorthe (soorya) of album 'Navagraha Krithis' by Ambika SomanPosted:27 Jan,2009
' Surya is considered as the only visible form of God that can be seen everyday '
Comment for song Chandram Bhajamaanasa (chandra) of album 'Navagraha Krithis' by SrinivasanPosted:21 Dec,2008
This song is in the beautiful Raga Asaaveri . Has been rendered very well by Sri Ramachandran a disciple of the great singer Sri G.N.Balasubramanian