Guru Paduka Stotram Lyrics. Anantha samsara samudhra thara naukayithabhyam guru bhakthithabhyam, Vairagya samrajyadha poojanabhyam, namo nama. Guru Paduka Stotram g∂Œp≈duè≠stÁà]mÚ/ g∂Œp≈duè≠stÁà]mÚ/ an]nt]s]\s ≈rıs]m∂®ıt≈rı-. nËè≠iyÚ}t≈By≈\ g∂ŒB]iï}d≠By≈mÚ/ |. Chant effortlessly in 2 sessions. Learn to invoke the Guru principle present in you . The Guru Paduka Stotram is a hymn honoring the presence.

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I once saw a pair of pigeons with their young ones. To such padukas my infinite prostrations. Therefore, one should never listen to only the music of the soul and not for sensory gratification The stotarm is enticed and trapped by the hunter through its love of music. Sometimes, it gets itself entangled in the net of its own making.

I learned to be contented with whatever I get to eat I learned from the arrow-maker the quality of intense concentration of mind I again and again prostrate to those holy Sandals of my Guru, which are comparable to the gurk Sun which effaces the endless darkness of sins, which are like an eagle for the snake stotrwm pains of Samsara, and which are like a conflagration of fire whose heat dries away the ocean of ignorance. Those who prostrate to the blessed padukas of their Guru, shortly overcome the curse of their poverty, and become possessors of great wealth.

The mother pigeon was so attached to her babies that she fell into the net and was caught. Shining like a precious stone adorning the crown of a king They stand out like a beautiful damsel in a river infested with crocodiles They raise the devotees to the state of sovereign emperors, To such sandals I humbly offer my obeisance.

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Nrupali mouleebraja rathna kanthi saridvi raja jjashakanyakabhyam, Nrupadvadhabhyam nathaloka pankhthe, namo nama sri guru padukabhyam. I learned that attachment is the root cause of earthly bondage 9. Change Yourself, Change the World.

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Couldn’t load media player! I learned from this fallen woman the lesson that the abandonment of hope leads to contentment One night, being tired of looking for a client, she had to be content with a sound sleep. Therefore, one should destroy lust The maiden was husking paddy. I take a little food from one house and a little from another house and thus appease my hunger. My namaskars to those divine padukas of my Guru, which shine like a precious stone adorning the crown of a king.

The python does not move about for its food. The poor worm, always fearing the return of the beetle and paduoa sting, thinks constantly of the beetle and becomes a beetle itself. Even so, an ascetic should not build a home for himself. Subscribe to Our Monthly Newsletter. I am not a burden on the householder.

Swarchaparana makhileshtathabhyam, swaha sahayaksha durndarabhyam, Swanthacha bhava pradha poojanabhyam, namo nama sri guru padukabhyam.

Nrupali mouleebraja rathna kanthi sariddha raja jjashakanyakabhyam, Nrupadvadhabhyam nathaloka pankhthe, namo nama sri guru padukhabyam. The male elephant, blinded by lust, falls into a pit covered with grass, even at the sight of a female elephant. Shamadhi shatka pradha vaibhavabhyam,Samadhi dhana vratha deeksithabhyam, Ramadhavadeegra sthirha bhakthidabhyam, namo nama sri guru padukhabyam. Newer Post Older Post Home. The story of Dattatreya illustrates how we can learn from the smallest of creatures around us, if only we stop to observe.

Advait: Guru Paduka Stotram

It remains contented with whatever it gets, lying in one place. It was pursued and beaten by other birds. Stotrm prostrations to those holy Sandals of Guru, which attract us to the Lotus-like feet of our Guru, which remove all kinds of desires borne out of ignorance, and which help fulfill all our desires.

Bees collect honey with great trouble, but a hunter comes along and takes the honey away easily. Yet, I have learned from twenty-four other individuals and objects. To control the sense of sight and to fix the mind on the Self, is the lesson I learned from the moth Papandhakara arka paramparabhyam, thapathryaheendra khageswarabhyam, Jadyadhi samsoshana vadaveebhyam namo nama sri guru padukhabyam.


I learned from the maiden that living among many can create discord, disturbance, dispute and quarrel. The crossing of this Endless ocean of samsara this mundane world is enabled by the boat that is sincere devotion to Guru Showing me the way to the valuable dominion of padhka, O dear Guru, I bow to thy holy sandals.

He should live in a temple or a cave built by others Vishnu, Anghri – feet, Sthir bhaktidabhyam – bless with permanent devotion at. A serpent does not build its own hole.

That the Self is all-pervading and yet it has no contact with any object 6. Just as the ocean remains unmoved, even though hundreds of rivers stottam into it, so also the wise man should remain unmoved amid all the various temptations and troubles Such is the inexplicable power of these padukas that the mute ones become eloquent speakers.

Patience and doing good to others 2.

A raven picked up a piece of flesh. Aa Chal Ke Tujhe. The fragrance always remains on the hand that gives the rose. Humans too make nets of their own ideas and get entangled in it. Natha yayo sripatitam samiyu kadachidapyashu daridra varya, Mookascha vachaspathitham hi thabhyam, namo nama sri guru padukabhyam.

It dropped the piece of flesh and attained peace and rest.