Shiva Chalisaशिव चालीसा శివ చాలీసా ஶிவ சாலீஸா ಶಿವ ಚಾಲೀಸಾ શિવ ચાલીસા শিব চালীসা ଶିଵ ଚାଲୀସା ശിവ ചാലീസാ

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Author : Shivananda Swami
Deity : Shiva
Source : UnKnown Source
Stotram Type : Chalisa

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Sample text lyrics in English:

shiva chAlIsA

OM namaH shivAya
dohA
jaya gaNesha girijAsuvana maMgala mUla sujAna |
kahata ayodhyAdAsa tuma deu abhaya varadAna ||

Salutation to Girijaa’s son, Ganesha, who is the source of all well being as well as of wisdom. Ayodhyaadaasa entreats you to bless him with fearlessness.
jaya girijApati dInadayAlA | sadA karata santana pratipAlA ||

bhAla chandramA sohata nIke | kAnana kuNDala nAga phanI ke ||

Glory to Girijaa’s consort Shiva, who is compassionate to the destitute who always provides protection to the saintly, the moon on whose forehead sheds its beautiful lustre and in whose ears are the pendants of the cobra hood.
aMga gaura shira gaMga bahAye | muNDamAla tana kShAra lagAye ||

vastra khAla bAghambara sohe | Chavi ko dekhi nAga mana mohe ||

Of your complexion, O Lord, you are fair and wear a garland of skulls. From your locks streams the Ganga; your body, elegantly attired in tiger skin, is all smeared with ashes. Your loveliness enchanting to beholders charms even serpents and ascetics.
mainA mAtu ki have dulArI | vAma aMga sohata Chavi nyArI ||

kara trishUla sohata Chavi bhArI | karata sadA shatruna kShayakArI ||

The beloved daughter of Maina, Parvati, seated on your left, presents a sight of incomparable loveliness. The trident in your hand, which has always slaughtered its adversaries, looks exceedingly beautiful.
naMdI gaNesha sohaiM tahaM kaise | sAgara madhya kamala haiM jaise ||

kArtika shyAma aura gaNarAU | yA Chavi kau kahi jAta na kAU ||

Nandii, your bull and vehicle, looks glorious like the lotus amid a lake. So winsome are Kaarttikeya, Shyaamaa (Parvati) and Ganesha (the chief of Shiva’s henchmen) that their beauty beggars description.
devana jabahIM jAya pukArA | tabahiM dukha prabhu Apa nivArA ||

kiyA upadrava tAraka bhArI | devana saba mili tumahiM juhArI ||

Whenever, O Lord, the gods appealed to you came to their rescue and delivered them from trouble. When the demon Taaraka began to cause havoc, the celestials invoked you to challenge the fiend.
turata ShaDAnana Apa paThAyau | lava nimeSha mahaM mAri girAyau ||