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Stotras of Sri Varaha: (Stotras)

Varaha Avatara • Slokas:

Varaha Avatara (Srimad Bhagavatam - Skanda 1 - 3)
- वराह अवतार



Form of Sri Varaha (Yajna-Murti): (Form)

Varaha Avataraयज्ञभावन (Yajnya-Bhaavana): Whose Form brings the thought of Yagna (Sacrifice) in our minds
त्रयीं तनुम् (Trayiim Tanum): Whose Form is the embodiment of the three Vedas
यद्रोमगर्तेषु निलिल्युरद्धराः (Yad-Roma-Gartessu Nililyur-Addharaah): In whose Pores of Hairs (Roma Garteshu) are hidden the various Sacrifices.
यदध्वरात्मकम् (Yad-Adhvara-Aatmakam): Whose Form is the embodiment of Sacrifices
छन्दांसि यस्य त्वचि (Chandaamsi Yasya Tvaci): In whose Skin (Tvaca) exist the Vedic metres
बर्हिरोमसु (Barhi-Romasu): In whose Hairs (Roma) exist the Kusha grass (used in the Sacrifices)
आज्यं द‍ृशि (Aajyam Drshi): In whose Eyes (Drsh) exist the Clarified Butter (used in the Sacrifices)
अङ्घ्रिषु चातुर्होत्रम् (Angghrissu Caatur-Hotram): In whose (four) Limbs (Anghri) exist the four Hotras (function of oblations in the Sacrifices)
स्रुक्तुण्ड आसीत् (Sruk-Tunndda Aasiit): In whose Snout (Tunda) exist the Sruk ladle of the Sacrifice
स्रुव नासयोः (Sruva Naasayoh): In whose Nostrils (Nasa) exist the Sruva ladle of the Sacrifice
इडोदरे (Iddaa-Udare): In whose Belly (Udara) exist the Ida plate of the Sacrifice
चमसा: कर्णरन्ध्रे (Camasaa: Karnna-Randhre): In whose cavity of the Ears (Karna Randhra) exist the Camasa vessels of the Sacrifice
प्राशित्रमास्ये (Praashitram-Aasye): In whose Mouth (Aasya) exist the Prasitra vessel of the Sacrifice
ग्रसने ग्रहाः (Grasane Grahaah): In whose Throat (Grasana) exist the Graha vessels of the Sacrifice
यच्चर्वणं अग्निहोत्रम् (Yac-Carvannam Agnihotram): Whose act of Chewing (Carvana) constitutes the Agnihotra
दीक्षानुजन्म (Diikssaa-Anujanma): Whose repeated acts of Incarnating (Anujanma) form the Diksha (ritual) of the Sacrifice
उपसद: शिरोधरम् (Upasadah Shirodharam): Whose Neck (Shirodhara) forms the Upasad (rituals) of the Sacrifice
प्रायणीयोदयनीयदंष्ट्र: (Praayanniiya-Udayaniiya-Damssttrah): Whose Tusks (Damstra) form the Prayaniya and Udaniya (rituals) of the Sacrifice
जिह्वा प्रवर्ग्यः (Jihvaa Pravargyah): Whose Tongue (Jihva) forms the Pravargya (ritual) of the Sacrifice
शीर्षकं क्रतो: सभ्यावसथ्यम् (Shiirssakam Kratoh Sabhya-Aavasathyam): Whose Head (Shirsaka) forms the Sabhya and Aavasathya fires of the Sacrifice
चितयोऽसवः (Citayah-Asavah): Whose Vital Breaths (Asus) form the layer of Bricks (Citi) of the Sacrificial Altar
सोमस्तु रेत: (Somastu Retah): Whose Vital Fluid (Reta) forms the Soma of the Sacrifice
सवनान्यवस्थिति: (Savanaani-Avasthitih): Whose Abidance (Avasthiti) form the Savana of the Sacrifice (Sacrificial Rites performed three times a day)
संस्थाविभेदाः धातव: (Samsthaa-Vibhedaah Dhaatavah): Whose seven Constituents of the Body (Dhatus) form the seven classes of Sacrifices
सत्राणि सर्वाणि शरीरसन्धिः (Satraanni Sarvaanni Shariira-Sandhih): Whose Joints of the Body (Sharira Sandhi) form all the Satras (Sacrifices continued for many days)
त्वं सर्वयज्ञक्रतुरिष्टिबन्धन: (Tvam Sarva-Yajnya-Kratur-Isstti-Bandhana): (Thus) You are the Binding force (Bandhana) of all the Yagnas (Sacrifices without Soma) and Kratus (Sacrifices with Soma)

(From Srimad Bhagavatam - Skanda 03 - 13.34 to 13.38)



Pilgrimages of Sri Varaha: (Pilgrimages)

Varaha Avatara • Srimushnam - Bhu Varaha Swamy (Cuddalore district, Tamil Nadu): A Swayam Vyakta Kshetra (SVK-2).
Thiruvidanthai - Lakshmi Varaha (Kanchipuram district, Tamil Nadu): A Divya Desam [Thiruvidanthai Divya Desam] (DD-62).
Ahobilam - Varaha Narasimha (Kurnool district, Andhra Pradesh): A Divya Desam [Thiru Singavelkundram Divya Desam] (DD-74).
Tirumala - Adi Varaha (Chittoor district, Andhra Pradesh): A Swayam Vyakta Kshetra (SVK-3) and a Divya Desam [Thiruvenkatam Divya Desam] (DD-75).
Simhachalam - Varaha Narasimha (Vishakhapatnam district, Andhra Pradesh)


Festivals of Sri Varaha: (Festivals)

Varaha Avatara 1. Shishira Ritu: Pausha Masa (Dec - Jan)
2. Shishira Ritu: Magha Masa (Jan - Feb)
3. Vasanta Ritu: Phalguna Masa (Feb - Mar)
4. Vasanta Ritu: Chaitra Masa (Mar - Apr)
5. Grishma Ritu: Vaishakha Masa (Apr - May)
6. Grishma Ritu: Jyaishtha Masa (May - Jun)
7. Varsha Ritu: Ashadha Masa (Jun - Jul)
8. Varsha Ritu: Shravana Masa (Jul - Aug)
9. Sharad Ritu: Bhadrapada Masa (Aug-Sep) → Shukla Paksha Tritiya: Varaha Jayanti
10. Sharad Ritu: Ashwina Masa (Sep - Oct)
11. Hemanta Ritu: Karthika Masa (Oct - Nov)
12. Hemanta Ritu: Agrahayana Masa (Nov - Dec)





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