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Bhairava Rudraaya Maha Rudraaya Kaala Rudraaya Kalpanta Rudraaya Veera

Rudraaya Rudra Rudraaya Gora Rudraaya Aghora Rudraaya Maarthanda Rudraaya
Anda Rudraaya Brahmanda Rudraaya Chanda Rudraaya Prachanda Rudraaya Thanda
Rudraaya Soora Rudraaya Veera Rudraaya Bhava Rudraaya Bheema Rudraaya Athala
Rudraaya Vithala Rudraaya Suthala Rudraaya Mahathala Rudraaya Rasathala
Rudraaya Taltala Rudraaya pathala Rudraaya Namo Namaha

Hara hara hara hara hara hara hara hara Mahadev…

Hara is a famous name of Lord Siva. Hara means destroyer. Mahadev is also a very
prominent name of Siva meaning the lord of lords.

Om Sivoham.. Om Sivoham.. Rudra naamam bajeham..

(Sivoham – Siva aham – I am Siva.)

Om. I am Siva. I am reciting the name of Siva.

Veerabadraya agni nethraya gora samhaaraka..

Veerabadra is a form of Siva. It means brave hunter (Thanx to starglider for suggesting the
meaning). Agni nethraya – The one with fire emanating from the eyes. Gora samhaaraka -
The one who destroys brutally.

Sakala lokaaya sarva boothaya Sathya saakshatkara..

Sakala lokaaya - The one who is present in the entire world (world here means all the seven
lokas and not just the earth. For the seven lokas - look at the comments section - the
comment by Madhavan).

Sarva boothaya – The one who is present in everyone/everything. Sathya saakshatkara –

The one who remains to be the ultimate truth (Sathya Saakshatkara: Image of Truth.
Saakshat means image/form - Thanx to Starglider again for suggesting the meaning)

(chorus) Sambo sambo Sankara..

Sambu is also a famous name of Siva. Sankara =sam+kara. Sam = good. Kara= the doer.
Sankara- The doer of good.
Om Sivoham.. Om Sivoham.. Rudra naamam bajeham..

(Chorus) Hara hara hara hara hara hara hara hara Mahadev…

Sri Rudhra mantras.

‘Namah somaya cha Rudraya cha Namastamraya charunaya cha Nama shangaya cha
pashupataye cha Nama ugraya cha bhimaya cha Namo Agrevadhaya cha dure
vadhaya cha Namo hantre cha haniyase cha
Namo vrukshebhyo harikeshebhyo Nama staraya Namash shambhave cha mayo bhave
cha Namah shankaraya cha mayaskaraya cha
Namah Shivaya cha shivataraya cha’

These form the crux of Sri Rudhra, a powerful set of hymns about Lord Siva, present in the
Yajur vedha. There is a famous theory about Sri Rudhra given by the paramaacharya of
kanchi, Sri Chandrasekarendra Saraswathi Sankaracharya swami. Generally Vedhas are
referred as 3 (trayee Veda). The Yajur Veda is in the middle. If we check what’s found in the
middle of Yajur Veda, it’s the Rudhra hymns. They are present in the fourth chapter of the
total seven chapters. If we further ponder in to what’s found in the middle of Rudhra, it’s
the Name of lord Siva – famously called Siva Panchakshari (the 5 letters – Om nama Sivaya –
in Sanskrit – given in the last line of the above present manthras). Hence, the hymns are
very pious and should be treated with respect.

Anda brammanda koti.. Akhila paripaalana..

The one who rules / takes care of all the numerous universes around

Poorana jagat kaarana sathya deva deva Priya..

The one who is whole. The one who is responsible / reason for the world. The one who is
liked by the truthful gods.

Vedha vedhartha saara.. yagna yagnomaya..

The one who stands as the real juice / meaning of Vedas. The one who is always present in
the pure Havans.

Nishchala dushta nigragha.. sapta loga samrakshana..

The unshakable / stable one. The one who destroys all the bad people. The one who
protects the seven worlds.

Soma soorya agni lochana..Swetha rishaba vaaghana..

The one who has eyes as the Moon, the Sun and the fire - Siva's three eyes are referred here.
The one who has his vahana(vehicle) as the white bull.

Soola pani bujanga booshana.. tripura naasha nardhana..

One who has the Trishoola – the iron rod with three sharp ends. The one who wears a
snake. The one who destroyed the three demons who had three types of forts (the
thripuras) and who danced on the debris after destroying them.

Yomakesa mahaasena janaka..pancha vakra parasu hastha namaha..

The one whose hair is the sky/ eternal space. The progenitor of Mahasena (Mahasena is a
name of Subrahmanya . . - As suggested by Sindu Shankar 0n 15th feb 2010). . . The one
with five faces. The one with axe in hand. I bow.

Om Sivoham.. (1)

Kaala trikaala nethra trinethra soola trisoola dhaatram..

The one who knows all the three forms of time (past, present and the future). The one with
three eyes. The one with the trishoola.

Sathya prabaava divya prakaasa manthra swaroopa mathram..

The one who is like the flow of truth. The one who glows with sacred light. The one with the
form of the sacred hymns.

Nishprapanchaadhi nishkalankoham nija poorna bodhaham ham..

The one who is beyond the sphere of multiplicity. The one who is beyond all filth (the one
who is pure). The one who is the real complete whole.

Gadhya Gadhmaagam Nithya Bramhogam Swapna Kasogamham Ham

The one who is to be seized (by devotees). The one who is ever Brahman (the whole). The
one who is present in our dreams.

Sachit Pramanam Om Om Moola Pramegyam Om Om

The one who is the proof of the being and the awareness. The one who is the object of

Ayam Bramhasmi Om Om Aham Bramhasmi Om Om

This soul is the Brahman. I am Brahman (Brahman here is the ultimate god who is in
everyone and who made everything).

Gana Gana Gana Gana Gana Gana Gana Gana Sahasra Kanta Sapta Viharathi
The one who resides in the sound of thousand bells

Dama Dama Dama Dama Duma Duma Duma Duma Siva Damarugha Nadha Viharathi

The one who resides in the sound of the hand drum (Siva carries a small hand drum).

Om Sivoham.. Om Sivoham.. Rudra naamam bajeham..

Veera badraya agni nethraya gora samhaaraka..
Sakala lokaaya sarva boothaya Sathya saakshatkara..

(chorus)Sambo sambo Sankara..

Well, that's it to state the meaning of the song. We'll see how this one is picturized.