Brahma said: One who knows the mantras glorifying Lord Hayagriva already knows all the Srutis, Smritis, Itihasas, and Puranas. He becomes. Home» Upanishads» Hayagriva Upanishad. Hayagriva Upanishad Translated by P. R. Ramachander Published by Om! O Devas, may we. Now follows the Śrī Hayagrīva Upanishad – the Vedic text dedicated to the Avatār or Embodiment of Lord Vishnu. Śrī Hayagriva is easily recognisable as an.
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O Devas, may we hear bayagriva our ears what is auspicious; May we see with our eyes what is auspicious, O ye worthy of worship! May we enjoy the term of life allotted by the Devas, Praising them with our body and limbs steady! May the glorious Indra bless us! May the all-knowing Sun bless us!
May Garuda, the thunderbolt for evil, bless us! May Brihaspati grant us well-being! Let there be Peace in me! Let there be Peace in my environment! Let there be Peace in the forces that act on me! O master, please teach me the best spiritual knowledge, knowledge that quickly removes all sins and brings spiritual glory and opulence.
Hayagriva Upanishad – Translation
He becomes glorious with spiritual opulence. Here are these mantras: Obeisances to You, Lord Hayagriva, who are beyond the material world, and who are filled with spiritual bliss. Obeisances to Lord Vishnu, who is the monarch of upaniwhad knowledge. Obeisances, obeisances to Lord Hayagriva, who has a horse’s head.
O inconceivable Lord who are hymns of the Vedas, the sacred syllable Om, the master of all eloquence, and all the Vedas personified, please enlighten me. I offer my respectful obeisances unto You. The viniyoga is enjoyment and liberation.
O Lord Hayagriva, please give me intelligence and wisdom. Hlaum is one syllable.
Om namo bhagavate is seven syllables. Vishnave is three syllables. Prayaccha svaha is five syllables. Hlaum is one syllables. Aim Aim Aim are three syllables. Sauh sauh is two syllables. Mahyam medham prajnam is six syllables.
They attain knowledge of the transcendental form of Lord Hayagriva and they also attain liberation, becoming free from the entanglement of residing in a material body. It is the king of mantras. The syllable Hlaum is the transcendental form of Lord Hayagriva Himself. If he knows these mantras an impure person becomes pure, and a debauchee becomes a pure-hearted celibate.
He is excused from his crimes. While he lives in this world he controls his body as the master of a house controls his house.
At the time of death, when he leaves this body, he attains the company of the Supreme Personality of Godhead. He becomes liberated even while living in this world. I offer my respectful obeisances to the Supreme Personality hzyagriva Godhead. May I always remember Him. May nothing stop me from remembering Him.
May I never forget what my ears have heard about Him. Skip to main content.
Hayagriva Upanishad – Wikipedia
This is hayahriva fifth mantra of Lord Hayagriva. Verse 11 hlaum sakala-samrajyena siddhim kuru kuru svaha. Hlaum sakala-samrajyena siddhim kuru kuru svaha Please make me king of all lands.
Verse 12 tan etan mantran yo veda apavitrah pavitro bhavati. This mantra is manifested in two ways: One may also chant the following supplementary mantras: