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Om jai Jagdish hare Swămi jai Jagdish hare Bhakt jano ke sankat Dăs jano ke sankat Kshań men door kare Om jai Jagdish hare Jo dhyăve phal păve Dukh bin se man kă Swami dukh bin se man kă Sukh sampati ghar ăve Sukh sampati ghar ăve Kasht mite tan kă Om jai Jagdish hare Măt pită tum mere Sharań pađoon main kiski Swămi sharań pađoon main kiski Tum bin aur na doojă Prabhu bin aur na doojă Ăs karoon main jiski Om jai Jagdish hare Tum poorań Paramătam Tum Antaryămi Swămi tum Antaryămi Păr Brahm Parameshwar Păr Brahm Parameshwar Tum sabke swămi Om jai Jagdish hare Tum karuńă ke săgar Tum pălan kartă Swămi tum pălan kartă Main moorakh khalakhămi Main sevak tum swămi Kripă karo Bhartă Om jai Jagdish hare Tum ho ek agochar Sab ke prăń pati Swămi sab ke prăń pati Kis vidhi miloon Gosăi Kis vidhi miloon Dayălu Tum ko main kumati Om jai Jagdish hare Deen bandhu dukh harta Thăkur tum mere Swămi Thăkur tum mere Apne hăth uthao Apni sharańi lagăo Dwăr pađă hoon tere Om jai Jagdish hare Vishay vikăr mităvo Păp haro Devă Swămi păp haro Devă Shradhă bhakti bađhăo Shradhă bhakti bađhăo Santan ki sevă Om jai Jagdish hare Om jai Jagdish hare Swămi jai Jagdish hare Bhakt jano ke sankat Dăs jano ke sankat Kshań men door kare Om jai Jagdish hare
bhajagovindaM bhajagovindaM govindaM bhajamuuDhamate . saMpraapte sannihite kaale nahi nahi rakshati DukR^iJNkaraNe .. 1.. Worship Govinda, worship Govinda, worship Govinda, Oh fool ! Rules of grammar will not save you at the time of your death. MUDha jahiihi dhanaagamatR^ishhNaaM kuru sadbuddhiM manasi vitR^ishhNaam.h . yallabhase nijakarmopaattaM vittaM tena vinodaya chittam.h .. 2.. Oh fool ! Give up your thrist to amass wealth, devote your mind to thoughts to the Real . Be content with what comes through actions already performed in the past. naariistanabhara naabhiideshaM dR^ishhTvaa maagaamohaavesham.h . etanmaaMsaavasaadi vikaaraM manasi vichintaya vaaraM vaaram.h .. 3.. Do not get drowned in delusion by going wild with passions and lust by seeing a woman's navel and chest . These are nothing but a modification of flesh . Fail not to remember this again and again in your mind. naliniidalagata jalamatitaralaM tadvajjiivitamatishayachapalam.h . viddhi vyaadhyabhimaanagrastaM lokaM shokahataM cha samastam.h .. 4.. The life of a person is as uncertain as rain drops trembling on a lotus leaf . Know that the whole world remains a prey to disease, ego and grief. yaavadvittopaarjana saktaH staavannija parivaaro raktaH . pashchaajjiivati jarjara dehe vaartaaM ko.api na pR^ichchhati gehe .. 5.. So long as a man is fit and able to support his family, see what affection all those around him show . But no one at home cares to even have a word with him when his body totters due to old age. yaavatpavano nivasati dehe taavatpR^ichchhati kushalaM gehe . gatavati vaayau dehaapaaye bhaaryaa bibhyati tasminkaaye .. 6.. When one is alive, his family members enquire kindly about his welfare . But when the soul departs from the body, even his wife runs away in fear of the corpse. baalastaavatkriiDaasaktaH taruNastaavattaruNiisaktaH . vR^iddhastaavachchintaasaktaH pare brahmaNi ko.api na saktaH .. 7.. The childhood is lost by attachment to playfulness . Youth is lost by attachment to woman . Old age passes away by thinking over many things . But there is hardly anyone who wants to be lost in parabrahman. kaate kaantaa kaste putraH saMsaaro.ayamatiiva vichitraH . kasya tvaM kaH kuta aayaataH tattvaM chintaya tadiha bhraataH .. 8.. Who is your wife ? Who is your son ? Strange is this samsaara, the world. Of whom are you ? From where have you come ? Brother, ponder over these truths. satsaN^gatve nissN^gatvaM nissaN^gatve nirmohatvam.h . nirmohatve nishchalatattvaM nishchalatattve jiivanmuktiH .. 9.. From satsanga, company of good people, comes non-attachment, from non-attachment comes freedom from delusion, which leads to self- settledness . From self-settledness comes Jiivan muktii. vayasigate kaH kaamavikaaraH shushhke niire kaH kaasaaraH . kshiiNevitte kaH parivaaraH GYaate tattve kaH saMsaaraH .. 10.. What good is lust when youth has fled ? What use is a lake which has no water ? Where are the relatives when wealth is gone ? Where is samsaara, the world, when the Truth is known ? maa kuru dhana jana yauvana garvaM harati nimeshhaatkaalaH sarvam.h . maayaamayamidamakhilaM hitvaa brahmapadaM tvaM pravisha viditvaa .. 11.. Do not boast of wealth, friends, and youth . Each one of these are destroyed within a minute by time . Free yourself from the illusion of the world of Maya and attain the timeless Truth. dinayaaminyau saayaM praataH shishiravasantau punaraayaataH . kaalaH kriiDati gachchhatyaayuH tadapi na muJNchatyaashaavaayuH .. 12.. Daylight and darkness, dusk and dawn, winter and springtime come and go . Time plays and life ebbs away . But the storm of desire never leaves. dvaadashamaJNjarikaabhirasheshhaH kathito vaiyaakaraNasyaishhaH . upadesho bhuudvidyaanipuNaiH shriimachchhankarabhagavachchharaNaiH .. 12a .. This bouquet of twelve verses was imparted to a grammarian by the all-knowing Shankara, adored as the bhagavadpada. kaate kaantaa dhana gatachintaa vaatula kiM tava naasti niyantaa . trijagati sajjanasaM gatiraikaa bhavati bhavaarNavataraNe naukaa .. 13.. Oh mad man ! Why this engrossment in thoughts of wealth ? Is there no one to guide you ? There is only one thing in three worlds that can save you from the ocean of samsaara, get into the boat of satsanga, company of good people, quickly. Stanza attributed to Padmapada. jaTilo muNDii luJNchhitakeshaH kaashhaayaambarabahukR^itaveshhaH . pashyannapi chana pashyati muuDhaH udaranimittaM bahukR^itaveshhaH .. 14.. There are many who go with matted locks, many who have clean shaven heads, many whose hairs have been plucked out; some are clothed in orange, yet others in various colors --- all just for a livelihood . Seeing truth revealed before them, still the foolish ones see it not. Stanza attributed to Totakacharya. aN^gaM galitaM palitaM muNDaM dashanavihiinaM jataM tuNDam.h . vR^iddho yaati gR^ihiitvaa daNDaM tadapi na muJNchatyaashaapiNDam.h .. 15.. Strength has left the old man's body; his head has become bald, his gums toothless and leaning on crutches . Even then the attachment is strong and he clings firmly to fruitless desires. Stanza attributed to Hastamalaka. agre vahniH pR^ishhThebhaanuH raatrau chubukasamarpitajaanuH . karatalabhikshastarutalavaasaH tadapi na muJNchatyaashaapaashaH .. 16.. Behold there lies the man who sits warming up his body with the fire in front and the sun at the back; at night he curls up the body to keep out of the cold; he eats his beggar's food from the bowl of his hand and sleeps beneath the tree . Still in his heart, he is a wretched puppet at the hands of passions. Stanza attributed to Subodha. kurute gaN^gaasaagaragamanaM vrataparipaalanamathavaa daanam.h . GYaanavihinaH sarvamatena muktiM na bhajati janmashatena .. 17.. One may go to Gangasagar, observe fasts, and give away riches in charity ! Yet, devoid of jnana, nothing can give mukthi even at the end of a hundred births. Stanza attributed to vaartikakaara. sura ma.ndira taru muula nivaasaH shayyaa bhuutala majinaM vaasaH . sarva parigraha bhoga tyaagaH kasya sukhaM na karoti viraagaH .. 18.. Take your residence in a temple or below a tree, wear the deerskin for the dress, and sleep with mother earth as your bed . Give up all attachments and renounce all comforts . Blessed with such vairgya, could any fail to be content ?
1. Japaa kusuma Sankaasam - Kaasyapeyam Mahaath' yuthim Thamo'urim sarva Paapa ganam - Pranathosmi Dhiwaakaram. One who looks like the Hibiscus flower, Son of Kashyapa, full of radiance,Foe of darkness and the one who dispells all sins, I prostrate that Soorya. 2. Dhadhi sanka Thushaaraabham - Ksheero Dhaarnava Sambhavam Namaami sasinam Somam - Sambhor makuta Bhooshanam. The one who has the hue of curd and icebergs, one who emerges from the milky ocean, Chandra who adorns Shiva, I prostrate. that Chandra. 3. Dharanee garbha Sambhootham - Vidhyuth kaanthi Samaprabham Kumaaram Sakthi Hasthancha - Mangalam Pranamaam Yaham. The one who is the son of Bhooma Devi, One who has the lustre of lightning,One who has Shakthi in his hand, and the auspoicious one, I prostrate that Angaraka. 4. Piryangu kali Kaasyaamam - Roope'naa Prathimam Budham Sowmyam sowmya Gunopetham - Tham Bhudham Pranamaam Yaham. The one who is dark like the bud of Priyangu flower, One who is unequalled in beauty and is intelligent, And the son of Chandra, One who is peaceful, I prostrate that Budha. 5. Dhe'vaanaancha Risheenaancha - Gurum Kaanchan sannibham Bhudhdhi bhootham Thrilokesam - Thannamaami Bhruhaspathim. The one who is the Guru of the Devas and Rishis, the one who is radiant and intelligent, The Lord of all the three worlds, I prostrate that Brihaspathi. 6. Hima kundha M'runaalaabam - Dhaithyaanam Paramam Gurum Sarva saasthra Pravruththaaram - Bhaargavam Pranamaam Yaham. The one who has the lustre of the dew, Lotus stem and Thumba flower, High priest of Asurasand the one who preaches the Shatras, I prostrate that ( Bhargava ) Sukracharya. 7. Neelaanchana Samaabaasam - Raviputhram Yamaagrajam Chaayaa Maarthaanda Sambhootham - Thannamaami Sanaicharam. The one who is blue, one who is like charcoal, one who is the son of Surya and the brother of Yama, one who is born to Chaya and Surya, I prostrate that Saneeswara. 8. Ardha kaayam mahaaveeyram - Chandhraadhithya vimardhanam Simhikaagarba Sambhootham - Tham Raahum Pranamaam Yaham. The one who has half a body and is full of valour, One who opposes Chandra and Surya without fear, One who was born from Simhika's womb, I prostrate that Rahu. 9. Palaasa pushpa sankaasam - Thaarakagraha masthakam Rowdhram rowdhraathmakam go'ram - Tham Kethum Pranamaam Yaham. The one who looks like Palasa flower, One who is the king of the stars andOne who has a fierce form and is scary and angry, I prostrate that Kethu.
Mudaa karaatta modakaM sadaa vimukti saadhakaM kalaadharaavata.nsakaM vilaasi loka rakshakam.h . anaayakaika naayakaM vinaashitebha daityakaM nataashubhaashu naashakaM namaami taM vinaayakam .h. Natetaraati bhiikaraM navoditaarka bhaasvaraM namat.h suraari nirjaraM nataadhikaapaduddharam.h . sureshvaraM nidhiishvaraM gajeshvaraM gaNeshvaraM maheshvaraM tamaashraye paraatparaM nirantaram.h Samasta loka sha.nkaraM niraasta daitya kunjaraM daretarodaraM varaM varebhavaktraM aksharam.h . kR^ipaakaraM kshamaakaraM mudaakaraM yashaskaraM manaskaraM namaskR^itaaM namaskaromi bhaasvaram.h Aki.nchanaarti marjanaM chirantanokti bhaajanaM puraaripuurvanandanaM suraari garva charvaNam.h . prapaJNchanaasha bhiishhaNaM dhana.njayaadi bhuushhaNaM kapoladaanavaaraNaM bhaje purANavaaraNam.h .. Nitaanta kaanta dantakaantimantakaantakaatmajaM achintyaruupamantahiinamantaraaya kR^intanam.h . hR^idantare nirantaraM vasantameva yoginaaM tamekadantamekameva chintayaami santatam.h .. .. phala shrutii .. MahaagaNesha paJNcharatnaM aadareNa yon.avahaM prajalpati prabhaatake hR^idi smaran.n gaNeshvaram.h . arogataaM adoshhataaM susaahitiiM suputrataaM samaahitaayurashhTa bhuutimabhyupaiti so.achirat.h .. . iti shrii sha.nkaraachaarya virachitaM shrii mahaagaNesha paJNcharatnaM saMpuurNam.h ..
7) Chembai Vaidyanatha Bhagavatar (1895 - 1974): CHEMBAI - One of a cluster of villages near Palakkad, in Kerala,
where tamil speaking immigrant brahmins; among them musicians, from
the Kaveri delta settled three to five centuries ago.
CHEMBAI - Also the 'prenom' by which the most highly revered
carnatic musician came to be known.
9) HBS Working Knowledge: Leadership, Strategy & Competition: Why Leaders Need Great Books: "Here's this young guy," says Badaracco of Jerry in the
story. "He's smart. He's ambitious. Like the people he's
selling insurance to, he's starting out with nothing in
life. He wants to make something of himself; and ultimately
he does. But he's got to deal very early in his career with
something he thinks is wrong.
"The struggle is partly with his own idealism versus the
circumstances in which he's found himself. And it's partly
against the policies of a large organization."