Ardha Nareeswara. Source: Single. Stotram Type: Ashtakam Ardha Nareeswara Ashtakam In Telugu: Source 1: | PDF Link| Text Link. Shiva Jaya Jayakara Dhyana Stotram. Listen to Dr. S. K. Ardhanarishwara Stotram song from the album Sri Shiva Sahasranamavali Stotras is released on Feb The left half of ardhanArIshvara which is occupied by ambAL is adorned with musk Thus concludes the ardhanArIshvara stotram, composed by shrI Adi sha.
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Ardhanarishwara Stotram Song
This text is prepared by volunteers and is to be used for personal study ardhanagishwara research. The file is not to be copied or reposted for promotion of any website or individuals or for commercial purpose without permission. Please help to maintain respect for volunteer spirit. One side of the head is adorned with a beautiful braided decoration and other sports an unkempt jaTAmakuTam.
I bow to ShivA and Ardnanarishwara in the form of ardhanArishvara. The other half occupied by the Lord is smeared with ashes from the funeral pyre. The ambAL aspect is well adorned and pleasing to reflect on, the Lord’s half is ill adorned with ashes, snakes, elephant skin is dreadful.
These make very pleasing sounds when they move. The right lotus foot is adorned with a cobra as nUpura. On the left side it is made of gold and on the right side it is a snake. Such is the wonderful form of the Lord.
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I bow to shrI shivA and Lord Shiva. Snakes represent the senses. They are dreadful and lead one to the cycle of death and birth.
By wearing snakes, as a yogIshvara, the Lord demonstrates His mastery and control over them. This is indicated by the term vishAla.
Her eyes left half are long and beautiful like nilotpala flower. Lords eyes are radiant like lotus flowers. IxaNa can mean look or eye.
I bow to shrI ShivA and Lord shiva. In one ardhanarishwraa, the right eye is compared to the sun, the left one is compared to moon and the one of forehead is compared to fire.
They respectively produce day, night and the sandhya kAlam.
I Once a poetic puzzle was posed to mahAkavi kaLidAsa asking whether someone has seen a flower inside another flower. He replied that the face of a woman is like Lotus flower and her two eyes are like nilotpala flowers. It is traditional to relate woman’s eyes with nilotpala flower. The word digambara indicates that HE does not wear clothes, as a mark of renunciation.
The skulls indicate to the devotees that life in a body is transient and impermanent, one day you will have to die, so do not get mixed up with this world. How can you clothe something which is the biggest and the greatest. If so one could say then that HE is contained in the dress and not outside it. A similar sentiment is indicated in the Bible, when Jesus says he has no resting place.
Ardha Nareeswara Ashtakam –
A principle that pervades everything can have no particular resting place. Such is the wonderful form of ardhanArishvara. His dance of destruction is in fury and the cosmos subsides back in them.
SHE is the mother of this world and He is the Father. Such is the wonderful form of ardhanArIshvara. S He who reads this stotram containing eight verses with bhakti will obtain all s he desires, honor, a long life, and all auspicious things for eternity. One who repeats it again and again telugk attain all powers and perfection. Encoded and proofread by Sridhar Seshagiri sridhar.
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