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Pandurangashtakam - In sanskrit with meaning

- composed by Sri Adi Shankaracharya

पाण्डुरङ्गाष्टकम् - महायोगपीठे तटे भीमरथ्या
Pandurangashtakam - Mahaa Yoga Pitthe Tatte Bhimarathyaa
Sri Panduranga
Sri Panduranga

महायोगपीठे तटे भीमरथ्यां
वरं पुण्डरीकाय दातुं मुनीन्द्रैः
समागत्य तिष्ठन्तमानन्दकन्दं
परब्रह्मलिङ्गं भजे पाण्डुरङ्गम् ॥१॥
Mahaa-Yoga-Piitthe Tatte Bhiimarathyaam
Varam Punnddariikaaya Daatum Muni-[I]indraih |
Samaagatya Tisstthantam-Aananda-Kandam
Parabrahma-Linggam Bhaje Paanndduranggam ||1||

Meaning:
1.1 (Salutations to Sri Panduranga) In the Seat of Great Yoga (Maha Yoga Peetha) (i.e. at Pandharpur) by the bank of river Bheemarathi (has come Panduranga),
1.2: (He has come) to give Boons to Pundarika; (He has come) along with the great Munis,
1.3: Having arrived He is standing like a Source of Great Bliss (of Parabrahman),
1.4: I Worship that Panduranga, Who is the veritable Image (Lingam) of Parabrahman.

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Sri Krishna
तडिद्वाससं नीलमेघावभासं
रमामन्दिरं सुन्दरं चित्प्रकाशम्
वरं त्विष्टिकायां समन्यस्तपादं
परब्रह्मलिङ्गं भजे पाण्डुरङ्गम् ॥२॥
Taddid-Vaasasam Niila-Meghaava-Bhaasam
Ramaa-Mandiram Sundaram Cit-Prakaasham |
Varam Tv[u]-Issttikaayaam Sama-Nyasta-Paadam
Parabrahma-Linggam Bhaje Paanndduranggam ||2||

Meaning:
2.1 (Salutations to Sri Panduranga) Whose Garments are shining like [Llightning streaks against His Blue Cloud-like shining Form,
2.2: Whose Form is the Temple of Devi Ramaa (Devi Lakshmi), Beautiful, and a visible manifestation of Consciousness,
2.3: Who is the most Excellent and an embodiment of Boon-giving (for the Devotees), but (is now) standing on a Brick placing both His Feet on it,
2.4: I Worship that Panduranga, Who is the veritable Image (Lingam) of Parabrahman.

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Sri Krishna
प्रमाणं भवाब्धेरिदं मामकानां
नितम्बः कराभ्यां धृतो येन तस्मात्
विधातुर्वसत्यै धृतो नाभिकोशः
परब्रह्मलिङ्गं भजे पाण्डुरङ्गम् ॥३॥
Pramaannam Bhava-Abdher-Idam Maamakaanaam
Nitambah Karaabhyaam Dhrto Yena Tasmaat |
Vidhaatur-Vasatyai Dhrto Naabhi-Koshah
Parabrahma-Linggam Bhaje Paanndduranggam ||3||

Meaning:
3.1 (Salutations to Sri Panduranga) The measure of the Ocean of Worldly Existence is (up to) this (much only) for My (Devotees), ...
3.2: ... By holding His Waist with His Hands, He seems to say that,
3.3: Who is holding the (Lotus) Flower Cup for the Vidhata (Brahma) Himself to Dwell,
3.4: I Worship that Panduranga, Who is the veritable Image (Lingam) of Parabrahman.

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Sri Krishna
स्फुरत्कौस्तुभालङ्कृतं कण्ठदेशे
श्रिया जुष्टकेयूरकं श्रीनिवासम्
शिवं शान्तमीड्यं वरं लोकपालं
परब्रह्मलिङ्गं भजे पाण्डुरङ्गम् ॥४॥
Sphurat-Kaustubha-Alangkrtam Kannttha-Deshe
Shriyaa Jusstta-Keyuurakam Shrii-Nivaasam |
Shivam Shaantam-Iiddyam Varam Lokapaalam
Parabrahma-Linggam Bhaje Paanndduranggam ||4||

Meaning:
4.1 (Salutations to Sri Panduranga) Whose Neck is adorned with a Sparkling Kaustubha Gem,
4.2: (And) Whose Armlets are loved by Sri (i.e. filled with the splendour of Sri); Who Himself is an abode of Sri,
4.3: Who is praised for His Auspicious Tranquility (on one hand) and as a Great Protector (on the other hand),
4.4: I Worship that Panduranga, Who is the veritable Image (Lingam) of Parabrahman.

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Sri Krishna
शरच्चन्द्रबिम्बाननं चारुहासं
लसत्कुण्डलाक्रान्तगण्डस्थलाङ्गम्
जपारागबिम्बाधरं कञ्जनेत्रं
परब्रह्मलिङ्गं भजे पाण्डुरङ्गम् ॥५॥
Sharac-Candra-Bimba-[A]ananam Caaru-Haasam
Lasat-Kunnddala-[A]akraanta-Ganndda-Sthala-Anggam |
Japaa-Raaga-Bimba-Adharam Kan.ja-Netram
Parabrahma-Linggam Bhaje Paanndduranggam ||5||

Meaning:
5.1 (Salutations to Sri Panduranga) Whose Face reflects the Splendour of the Autumn Moon and has a Captivating Smile (playing over it),
5.2: (And) Whose Cheeks are possessed by the Beauty of the Shining Ear-Rings dancing over it,
5.3: Whose Lips have the colour of Hibiscus and appearance of Bimba Fruits; (And) Whose Eyes are as Beautiful as the Lotus,
5.4: I Worship that Panduranga, Who is the veritable Image (Lingam) of Parabrahman.

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Sri Krishna
किरीटोज्ज्वलत्सर्वदिक्प्रान्तभागं
सुरैरर्चितं दिव्यरत्नैरनर्घैः
त्रिभङ्गाकृतिं बर्हमाल्यावतंसं
परब्रह्मलिङ्गं भजे पाण्डुरङ्गम् ॥६॥
Kiriitto[a-U]jjvalat-Sarva-Dik-Praanta-Bhaagam
Surair-Arcitam Divya-Ratnair-Anarghaih |
Tribhangga-[A]akrtim Barha-Maalya-Avatamsam
Parabrahma-Linggam Bhaje Paanndduranggam ||6||

Meaning:
6.1 (Salutations to Sri Panduranga) The Radiance of Whose Crown illuminates all the Directions,
6.2: Who is worshipped by the Suras (Devas) with the most precious Divine Gems,
6.3: Who stands in the Beautiful Tri-bhanga posture (Bent at three places) adorned with Peacock Feathers and Garlands,
6.4: I Worship that Panduranga, Who is the veritable Image (Lingam) of Parabrahman.


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Sri Krishna
विभुं वेणुनादं चरन्तं दुरन्तं
स्वयं लीलया गोपवेषं दधानम्
गवां वृन्दकानन्ददं चारुहासं
परब्रह्मलिङ्गं भजे पाण्डुरङ्गम् ॥७॥
Vibhum Vennu-Naadam Carantam Durantam
Svayam Liilayaa Gopa-Vessam Dadhaanam |
Gavaam Vrndaka-[A]anandadam Caaru-Haasam
Parabrahma-Linggam Bhaje Paanndduranggam ||7||

Meaning:
7.1 (Salutations to Sri Panduranga) Who has manifested (taking a Form by His own Free-Will) but in essence Who Pervades everywhere; Similarly the melodious Sound of Whose Flute (manifests itself and) wanders about Pervading everywhere,
7.2: Who by His Own Leela (Divine Sport) put on the Dress of a Gopa (Cowherd Boy), ...
7.3: ... and gave great Joy to the Herd of Cows (and Cowherd Boys in Vrindavana with the melodious Sound of His Flute) and His Beautiful Smile,
7.4: I Worship that Panduranga, Who is the veritable Image (Lingam) of Parabrahman.


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Sri Krishna
अजं रुक्मिणीप्राणसञ्जीवनं तं
परं धाम कैवल्यमेकं तुरीयम्
प्रसन्नं प्रपन्नार्तिहं देवदेवं
परब्रह्मलिङ्गं भजे पाण्डुरङ्गम् ॥८॥
Ajam Rukminnii-Praanna-San.jiivanam Tam
Param Dhaama Kaivalyam-Ekam Turiiyam |
Prasannam Prapanna-[A]artihan Deva-Devam
Parabrahma-Linggam Bhaje Paanndduranggam ||8||

Meaning:
8.1 (Salutations to Sri Panduranga) Who is without Birth and Who enlivens the Life of Devi Rukmini (by His Love),
8.2: Who is the one Supreme Abode of Kaivalya in the (fourth) state of Turiya,
8.3: Who is Gracious to His Devotees, and removes the Distress of those who seek His Refuge; Who is the Deva of the Devas [God of the Gods].
8.4: I Worship that Panduranga, Who is the veritable Image (Lingam) of Parabrahman.

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Sri Krishna
स्तवं पाण्डुरङ्गस्य वै पुण्यदं ये
पठन्त्येकचित्तेन भक्त्या नित्यम्
भवाम्भोनिधिं तेऽपि तीर्त्वान्तकाले
हरेरालयं शाश्वतं प्राप्नुवन्ति ॥९॥
Stavam Paanndduranggasya Vai Punnya-Dam Ye
Patthanty[i]-Eka-Cittena Bhaktyaa Ca Nityam |
Bhava-Ambhonidhim Te-[A]pi Tiirtva-Anta-Kaale
Harer-Aalayam Shaashvatam Praapnuvanti ||9||

Meaning:
9.1 (Salutations to Sri Panduranga) This Stava (Eulogy) of Sri Panduranga which confers Punya (Auspiciousness, Merit), those who ...
9.2: ... recite with one-pointed Devotion, everyday, ...
9.3: ... will indeed cross the Ocean of Samsara in the end, ...
9.4: ... and attain the Eternal Abode of Hari.


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Translated by greenmesg

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