Hanuman Namaskaraहनुमन्नमस्कारः హనుమన్నమస్కారః ஹநுமந்நமஸ்காரஃ ಹನುಮನ್ನಮಸ್ಕಾರಃ હનુમન્નમસ્કારઃ হনুমন্নমস্কারঃ ହନୁମନ୍ନମସ୍କାରଃ ഹനുമന്നമസ്കാരഃ

Stotram Info:

Author : UnKnown
Deity : Hanuma
Source : UnKnown Source
Stotram Type : Namaskara

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Sample text lyrics in English:

shrIhanumannamaskAraH

{|| shrIhanumannamaskAraH ||}
{.. Obeisance to Shri Hanuman ..}
{Translation by A. Narayanaswami}
goShpadI-kRRita-vArIshaM mashakI-kRRita-rAkShasam |
rAmAyaNa-mahAmAlA-ratnaM vande.anilAtmajam || 1||

I make obeisance to the son of Vayu (the Wind God),
who tamed the vast ocean into a hoof-print (in
the mud), turned the demons into mosquitoes, and is
the gem in the great garland that the Ramayana is. 1.}
a~njanA-nandanaM-vIraM jAnakI-shoka-nAshanam |
kapIshamakSha-hantAraM vande la~NkA-bhaya~Nkaram || 2||

I make obeisance to the hero who gladdened
Anjana (his mother), the destroyer of Sita's sorrow,
the lord of the monkeys, the slayer of (Ravana's son)
AkSha, and a terror to (the inhabitants of) Lanka. 2.}
mahA-vyAkaraNAmbhodhi-mantha-mAnasa-mandaram |
kavayantaM rAma-kIrtyA hanumantamupAsmahe || 3||

I worship Hanuman whose intellect, like the
Mandara mountain (which was used to churn the ocean
of milk for nectar) acted as the churning rod for the
great ocean of the science of grammar,