Vishnu Padadi Keshatha Stotramविष्णुपादादिकेशान्तस्तोत्रम् విష్ణుపాదాదికేశాన్తస్తోత్రమ్ விஷ்ணுபாதாதிகேஶாந்தஸ்தோத்ரம் ವಿಷ್ಣುಪಾದಾದಿಕೇಶಾನ್ತಸ್ತೋತ್ರಮ್ વિષ્ણુપાદાદિકેશાન્તસ્તોત્રમ્ বিষ্ণুপাদাদিকেশান্তস্তোত্রম্ ଵିଷ୍ଣୁପାଦାଦିକେଶାନ୍ତସ୍ତୋତ୍ରମ୍ വിഷ്ണുപാദാദികേശാന്തസ്തോത്രമ്

Stotram Info:

Author : Sri Adi Shankaracharya Swami
Deity : Maha Vishnu > Vishnu
Source : Single
Stotram Type : Stotram

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Sample text lyrics in English:

shrIviShNupAdAdikeshAntastotram

{|| shrIviShNupAdAdikeshAntastotram ||}
|| shrIH ||
Commentary and translation by GSS. Murthy
Adi Shankaracharya, also reverentially called as Shankarabhagavatpada, has
composed this exquisite hymn in praise of Lord Vishnu. Lord Vishnu, with his bow
SArnga slinging over the shoulder holds in his four hands Panchajanya the
conch, Sudarsana the disc, Nandaka the sword, and Koumodaki, the mace. He has
as his vehicle Garuda, the chief of the feathered race and as his seat Ananta,
the chief of snakes. He has as his consorts Shridevi and Bhudevi. After praying
to Vishnu's weapons, his vehicle, his seat and his consorts Shri Shankara prays
to each of the parts of Vishnu's divine form starting from his feet [pAdAdi] and
ending in the hair[keShAnta] on his head.
The rendering in English which is not a word by word translation only conveys
the gist of a verse and is based on a Sanskrit commentary, `Bhakti mandakini' of
Shri. Purnasaraswati.
Shri Shankara first prays to Panchajanya, the conch.

lakShmIbharturbhujAgre kRRitavasati sitaM yasya rUpaM vishAlam
nIlAdrestu~NgashRRi~Ngasthitamiva rajanInAthabiMbaM vibhAti |
pAyAnnaH pA~nchajanyaH sa ditisutakulatrAsanaiH pUrayan svaiH
nidhvAnairnIradaughadhvaniparibhavadairambaraM kamburAjaH || 1 ||