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संस्कृत सूची|संस्कृत साहित्य|स्तुतिः स्तवः|
सर्वेषां कल्याणार्थं भगवत्स्तुतिः ।

स्तुतिः - सर्वेषां कल्याणार्थं भगवत्स्तुतिः ।

देवी देवतांची स्तुति केल्यास, ते प्रसन्न होऊन इच्छित फल प्राप्त होते.

सर्वेषां कल्याणार्थं भगवत्स्तुतिः ।

स्वस्ति प्रजाभ्यः परिपालयन्तां न्याय्येन मार्गेण महीं महीशाः ।

गोब्राह्मणेभ्यः शुभमस्तु नित्यं लोकाः समस्ताः सुखिनो भवन्तु ॥१॥

काले वर्षतु पर्जन्यः पृथिवी सस्यशालिनी ।

देशोऽयं क्षोभरहितो ब्राह्मणाः सन्तु निर्भयाः ॥२॥

सर्वे भवन्तु सुखिनः सर्वे सन्तु निरामयाः ।

सर्वे भद्राणि पश्यन्तु मा कश्चिद्‌दुःखभाग्भवेत् ॥३॥

दुर्जनः सज्जनो भूयात्सज्जनः शान्तिमाप्नुयात् ।

शान्तो मुच्येत बन्धेभ्यो मुक्तश्चान्यान्विमोचयेत् ॥४॥

सर्वस्तरतु दुर्गाणि सर्वो भद्राणि पश्यतु ।

सर्वः कामानवाप्नोतु सर्वः सर्वत्र नन्दतु ॥५॥

इति सर्वेषां कल्याणार्थ भगवत्स्तुतिः ।

Translation - भाषांतर

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UPAMANYU II(उपमन्यु)

  • In the Kṛtayuga, there lived a hermit named Vyāghrapāda who had two sons. They were called Upamanyu and Dhaumya. Some learned men are of opinion that Upamanyu the son of Vyāghrapāda and Upamanyu the disciple of Ayodhadhaumya, were one and the same. Once Upamanyu visited another hermitage along with his father. He happened to drink the milk of the cow there. After that they returned to their own hermitage, Upamanyu went to his mother and asked her to make milk pudding for him. But the mother felt very sorry because there was no milk. At last she mixed flour in water and made pudding and gave it to him. Upamanyu did not accept it. His mother told him that there was no way to get milk and that men could get wealth, crops etc. only by the grace of Śiva. Upamanyu who was of a wilful nature did penance with meditation and contemplation on Śiva. Finally Śiva appeared before him in the shape of Indra and told him to ask for his boon. Upamanyu boldly replied that he wanted no boon from anybody else except Śiva. Śiva made his appearance in his own form and made Upamanyu a deva (God). Upamanyu said all these things when he talked with Śrī Kṛṣṇa. [M.B. Anuśāsana Parva, Chapter 14]. In the Book “Our hermits,” written by Rāmasvāmi Śāstrī in Tamil, it is mentioned that Upamanyu had written a book “Śiva bhaktavilāsa” in which biographies of devotees of Śiva of great attainments are given. 

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