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Prayer Slokas on Sri Krishna

Moola Mantra Om Krishnaya Namaha!

Ishwarah paramah krishna sachchidanand vigrah


Anadir radir gobinda sarva karan karnam
Krishnay vasudevay devaki nandanay ch
Ashesh Kaleshnashay gobinday namo namah
Hey krishna karuna sindho din bandhu jagatpate
Gopesh Gopikakantam radhakantam namastute

Ananyas chintyanto mamye janah paryupashite


Tesham nityabhiyukta mam yogksheme wahamyaham

Tesham satatyuktanam bhajtam pritipurvakam


Dadami buddhiyogam tam yen mamu payanti te

Sri Krishna Ashtakam


1 Vasudeva Sutham Devam Kamsa Chaanoora Mardhanam |
Devaki Paramaanandham Krishnam Vande' Jagathgurum ||

2 Adhasee Pushpa Sankaasam Haara Noopura Sobhitham |


Rathna Kangana keyooram Krishnam Vandhe' Jagathgurum ||

3 Kutilaalaka Samyuktham Poorna Chandra Nibhaananam |


Vilasath Kundala tharam Krishnam Vandhe' Jagathgurum ||

4 Mandhara Gandha Samyuktham Chaaru-haasam Chathur-bhujam; |


Parhipinjaa Vasoodaangam Krishnam Vandhe' Jagathgurum ||

5 Uthpulla Padma Patraksham Nilajimutha Sannibham. |


Yaadhavaanaam Sirorathnam Krishnam Vandhe' Jagathgurum ||

6 Rukmini Ke'li Samyuktham, Peethambara Su Sobitham; | Avaaptha


Thulasi Gaandharam, Krishnam Vande Jagathgurum. ||

7 Gopikaanaam Kusathvanthva Kunkumaangitha Vakshasam |


Srinike'tham Maheshvaasam Krishnam Vandhe' Jagathgurum ||

8 Srivatsaankam, Mahoraskam, Vana Maala Virayitham; | Sanka


Chakra Dharam, Devam, Krishnam Vande Jagathgurum. ||

9 Krishnaashtakam itham Punyam Praatha Ruththaaya Ya:pade'th|


Ko'ti Janma Krutham Papam Smaranaath Thasya Nachyathi. ||

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Pr ay er S lokas on Sri Krishna

Namasthubhyam Jagannatha Devakeethanaya Prabho' |


Vasudhe'va sutha-anandha-a'nandha Yaso'dhanandha-varddhana ||
Govindha Go'kuladhaara Gopikaantha Gunaarnava |
Paahimaam Padhmanayana Pathitham Bhavasa'gare' ||

Sri Balakrishna

Paahi Paahi Jaganmohana Kr.shna Paramaanandha Sri Kr.shna


Devaki Vasudeva Nandana Kr.shna Dhivya Sundhara Sri Kr.shna
Nandha Yasodhaa Nandhana Kr.shna Indhu Vadana Sri Kr.shna
Kundha Radhana Kutilaalaga Kr.shna Mandhasmitha Sri Kr.shna

T he Le gend of Krishna' s Bir th

Millions and millions of the people of India (and other countries) love Sri Krishna, pray
to him and worship him, as an avatar (Incarnation) of the Divine.

Krishna's birth was full of strange and mysterious happenings. It is said to have taken
place just about this time of year. There was a terrible rainstorm that night, with lots of
lightning and thunder. When the baby was born, his mother, whose name was Devaki,
was in a dungeon --a prison-- where she had been kept for many years, along with her
husband Vasudeva. The reason is this: her evil brother, King Kamsa, had imprisoned
them so that he could destroy this baby she was about to have. The king had heard from
fortune-tellers that this son of theirs would grow up to be a great power and would
dethrone him; that Krishna would be a restorer of righteousness and would spoil all of the
wicked plans Kamsa had in mind for promoting his own power and glory.

As the time arrived for Devaki to bring forth the baby, the father and mother were deep in
prayer to the Lord, sore at heart and fearful that the king would come and kill this baby as
he had killed their other children. And there was no place to hide the little one.

But as soon as Sri Krishna was born a brilliant light lit the whole cavern. Gladness and
cheerfulness fell upon Devaki and Vasudeva as the Lord himself shone upon them with a
beautiful smile. The divinity in this wee babe was effulgent, unmistakable. His love
spread over them and their misery vanished. Now Krishna spoke, reassuring them:
"Father and mother," he said, "weep no more. I have come to rescue you and in fact to
rescue the whole world. The wicked shall rule no more. King Kamsa will die in the
schemes he himself has made, and once again there will be peace on earth."
(Even though he was just born, he could speak, you see. It's often that way with babies in
stories like these.)

Then Sri Krishna told his father to carry him to the home of their good friend Nanda, in a
village called Gokula, across the Yamuna river. "His wife, Yashoda, has just given birth to

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a daughter. Put me in her cradle and bring their baby here." When God gives you a
command --and you know that it's God-- you don't argue.
Still, Vasudeva had a doubt. "How can I get out of the prison?" he said.

"Your way will be made clear," came the answer. And sure enough, the guards fell asleep,
the gates miraculously opened, and Vasudeva was on his way with baby Krishna, through
the storm and swimming across the river to Gokula, where Yashoda and Nanda were
sleeping beside the newborn babe.
Quickly and quietly exchanging the children without waking her parents, Krishna's father
hurried back and re-entered the prison, which closed behind him. Soon Kamsa came and
found that it was a girl who had been born. The parents, seeing the anger on his face,
pleaded: "This is a girl --what harm can it bring to you?"

But you see, rage knows no reasoning; Kamsa was full of hate, and taking no chances, he
picked up the baby to dash her to pieces against the stone wall.

What a surprise! Ordinary baby she was not! It was the Divine Mother herself in this
infant form. Slipping out of Kamsa's grasp, she rose up to the ceiling and, passing
through it she appeared in all her true celestial beauty. Laughing loud at the king, she
said, "Fool, do you think that you can prevent the divine will? Your enemy will flourish
and bring your wicked rule to an end.

Nanda and Yashoda shared with the whole village of Gokula the joy over the birth of
their newborn son. Of course it took quite some time for them to understand just who he
was.

Srimad Bhagavatam

Saraswati Moola Mantra Om Eim Saraswatyai Swaha !

sarasvati namastubhyaM varade kaamaruupiNi


vidyaarambhaM karishhyaami siddhirbhavatu me sadaa !

[Oh Goddess Saraswati, my humble prostrations unto you,


who are the fulfiller of all my wishes. I am beginning
my study, let me attain perfection in that, always.]

Prayer Slokas on Sri Saraswathi

Saraswathee dhviyam dhrushtaa Veenaa pusthaka dhaarinee |


Hamsavaaha Samaayukthaa Vidhyaa dhaanakaree mama ||
Pradhamam Bhaarathee naama Dhvitheeyamcha Sarasvathee |
Thrutheeyam Saaradhaa Dhe'vee Chathurtham Hamsavaahinee ||

Mahalakshm Moola Mantra

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Om Shrim Mahalakshmiyei Swaha

Kubera Mantra

Om yakshaya Kuberaya Vaishvaranaya


Dhana Dhanyathi Pathayae
Dhana Dhanya Samruthime
Dehi Tapaya swaha!

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Shloka and Mantra
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