Sadguru Sai Stotram







1.         Sume Supta Gandham Ghrutam Naamaksheere
Tile Goodhatailam Cha Kaashte Stitaagnim
Anantam Rutam Poornamomkaara Roopam
Param Sadgurum Sai Naatham Bhajeham (2)

2.         Akhandam Alolam Akalkaatma Roopam
Vibhum Vishwanaatham Tamadwaita Tatwam
Balam Yad Shareere Trune Chaapi Vrukshe   (Param...)

3.         Sadaa Nirmalam Tam Sadaa Shuddha Satwam
Chiram Dehanaatham Kshamaa Shaanti Sindhum
Kane Samsthitam Sarva Jeevepi Praanam (Param...)

4.         Niraakaara Tatwam Sadaakaara Vyaktam
Sumaarge Chanetum Naraanaam Pravruttim
Sadaa Paavanam Shaanti Prema Swaroopam (Param...)

5.         Sadaachaara Roopam Bhavam Vedasaaram
Puraanetu Vandhyam Sajeeve Pramaanam
Gurutwam Guroonaam Kavitwam Kaveenaam   (Param...)

6.         Vibhinnena Uktam Ghanam Shreshta Gnaanam
Viditwaa Na Moham Bhayam Naasti Noonam
Naro Yah Praveenah Sadaa Shuddha Chittaha
Param Tatvamaapnotyanantam Prashaantim (Param...)


(MEANING)

1.      I serve Sainatha, the Supreme Lord, and the great preceptor. He is omnipresent like the fragrance in the flower, like ghee in milk, like oil in sesame, and fire in wood. He is infinite, true, perfect, and He is the form of Pranava.

2.      I serve Sainatha, the Supreme Lord and the great preceptor. He is complete and steady, having a faultless form, and who is all powerful. He is the master of the world established in Advaita (the non-dual principle). He is the strength in the body, in the grass, and in the tree.

3.      I serve Sainatha, the Supreme Lord, and the great preceptor. He is eternally pure, and He is unsullied Satvic quality. He is always firm. He is the master of the body, and the ocean of forgiveness and peace. He is in every piece of corn, and He is the life in all beings.

4.      I serve Sainatha, the Supreme Lord, and he great preceptor. He is without form, but He manifests Himself with form to lead people on to the good path. He is always pure and sacred. He is the embodiment of love and peace.

5.      I serve Sainatha, the Supreme Lord, and the great preceptor. He is the embodiment of good conduct. He is the existence and the essence of the Veda. He is adored in the Puranas. He is the living proof of the spiritual principle. He is verily the teacher of teachers and the poet of poets.

6.      I serve Sainatha, the Supreme Lord, and the great preceptor. He transcends qualities, and He rests in Turiya (the fourth state of existence). He is the primordial power. He is good and auspicious. He is the very personification of wisdom and liberation.

7.      I serve Sainatha, the Supreme Lord, and the great preceptor. He transcends the three times, the past, present and future but manifests in the present. He has manifested Himself in the illusory world, but is free from illusion.

8.      He is described by many sages as the very embodiment of the supreme knowledge by knowing which, one’s ignorance and fear are destroyed forever. The true scholar who adores him with a pure mind attains the supreme truth and infinite peace. 
 
Source: Song 21, Section 2, Stotrams Section, Vandana: Students Prayer Book

1 comment:

  1. This reminds me of sitting in the primary school prayer hall while PRasunna ma'am made us learn stotrams word by word. And we always felt to excited to sing the song in one stretch finally after spending two hours learning the words. :) This song reminds me of prayerhall. Where each child believed that bhagavan actually sat to listen to us. Love you Swami.

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