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देवी देवतांची स्तुती करताना म्हणावयाच्या रचना म्हणजेच स्तोत्रे. स्तोत्रे स्तुतीपर असल्याने, त्यांना कोणतेही वैदिक नियम नाहीत. स्तोत्रांचे पठण केल्याने इच्छित फल प्राप्त होते.
Stotras are invariably uttered aloud and consist of chanting verses conveying the glory and attributes of God.


गणेशस्तवराजः
श्रीभगवानुवाच ।
गणेशस्य स्तवं वक्ष्ये कलौ झटिति सिद्धिदम् । न न्यासो न च संस्कारो न होमो न च तर्पणम् ॥१॥
न मार्जनं च पञ्चाशत्सहस्रजपमात्रतः । सिद्ध्यत्यर्चनतः पञ्चशत-ब्राह्मणभोजनात् ॥२॥
अस्य श्रीगणेशस्तवराजमन्त्रस्य भगवान् सदाशिव ऋषिः, अनुष्टुप् छन्दः, श्रीमहागणपतिर्देवता, श्रीमहागणपतिप्रीत्यर्थे जपे विनियोगः ।
विनायकैक-भावना-समर्चना-समर्पितं प्रमोदकैः प्रमोदकैः प्रमोद-मोद-मोदकम् ।
यदर्पितं सदर्पितं नवान्नधान्यनिर्मितं न कण्डितं न खण्डितं न खण्डमण्डनं कृतम् ॥१॥
सजातिकृद्-विजातिकृत-स्वनिष्ठभेदवर्जितं निरञ्जनं च निर्गुणं निराकृतिं ह्यनिष्क्रियम् सदात्मकं चिदात्मकं सुखात्मकं परं पदं भजामि तं गजाननं स्वमाययात्तविग्रहम् ॥२॥
गणाधिप! त्वमष्टमूर्तिरीशसूनुरीश्वर- स्त्वमम्बरं च शम्बरं धनञ्जयः प्रभञ्जनः ।
त्वमेवं दीक्षितः क्षितिर्निशाकरः प्रभाकर- श्चराऽचर-प्रचार-हेतुरन्तराय-शान्तिकृत् ॥३॥
अनेकदं तमाल-नीलमेकदन्त-सुन्दरं गजाननं नमोऽगजाननाऽमृताब्धि-चन्दिरम् ।
समस्त-वेदवादसत्कला-कलाप-मन्दिरं महान्तराय-कृत्तमोऽर्कमाश्रितोऽन्दरूं परम् ॥४॥
सरत्नहेम-घण्टिका-निनाद-नुपुरस्वनै- मृदङ्ग-तालनाद-भेदसाधनानुरूपतः ।
धिमि-द्धिमि-त्तथोंग-थोङ्ग-थैयि-थैयिशब्दतो विनायकः शशाङ्कशेखरः प्रहृष्य नृत्यति ॥५॥
सदा नमामि नायकैकनायकं विनायकं कलाकलाप-कल्पना-निदानमादिपरूषम् ।
गणेश्वरं गुणेश्वरं महेश्वरात्मसम्भवं स्वपादपद्म-सेविना-मपार-वैभवप्रदम् ॥६॥
भजे प्रचण्ड-तुन्दिलं सदन्दशूकभूषणं सनन्दनादि-वन्दितं समस्त-सिद्धसेवितम् ।
सुराऽसुरौघयोः सदा जयप्रदं भयप्रदं समस्तविघ्न-घातिनं स्वभक्त-पक्षपातिनम् ॥७॥
कराम्बुजात-कङ्कणः पदाब्ज-किङ्किणोगणो गणेश्वरो गुणार्णवः फणीश्वराङ्गभूषणः ।
जगत्त्रयान्तराय-शान्तिकारकोऽस्तु तारको भवार्णवस्थ-घोरदुर्गहा चिदेकविग्रहः ॥८॥
यो भक्तिप्रवणश्चरा-ऽचर-गुरोः स्तोत्रं गणेशाष्टकं शुद्धः संयतचेतसा यदि पठेन्नित्यं त्रिसन्ध्यं पुमान् ।
तस्य श्रीरतुला स्वसिद्धि-सहिता श्रीशारदा सर्वदा स्यातां तत्परिचारिके किल तदा काः कामनानां कथाः ॥९॥

॥इति श्रीरूद्रयामलोक्तो गणेशस्तवराजः सम्पूर्णः ॥

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PAÑCAPRĀṆAS(पञ्चप्राणस्)

  • The five prāṇas (life breaths) of any living being are Prāṇa, Apāna, Vyāna, Samāna and Udāna. There is a story in ‘Devī Bhāgavata’ regarding the origin of the Pañcaprāṇas. Once Śrī Kṛṣṇa met Rādhādevī at Rāsamaṇḍala and in seclusion they spent in sexual sport the period of one day of Brahmā. Then Kṛṣṇa selecting an auspicious time dropped his vital fluid into her womb at the end of the sexual sport. Tired by the prolonged carnal sport and shaken by the impact of the hot semen Rādhādevī perspired profusely and the exhaustion produced deep and long breaths. The whole universe was covered with her sweat and her sighs became the goddess of the life-giving breaths of all created animals. From the left side of goddess was born Vāyupatnī and to her were born the Pañcaprāṇas. Besides these, another five younger prāṇas were also born. From the sweat of the Devī was born Varuṇa and from the left side of Varuṇa was born Varuṇānī. [9th Skandha, Devī Bhāgavata]. Māṇḍūkyopanisad gives the following details regarding the working of the Prāṇas in the body:--Prāṇa was first used in the sense of breath. Later it got the meaning of life. Life is in fact breath to all living beings. Only when a man is awake, his mind and sense organs are active. But Prāṇa is active always both in the state of wakefulness and sleep. Therefore Prāṇa is the vigour of life. It may be said that when a man is asleep his senses merge with his mind and his mind with the prāṇa. The five factors of Prāṇa are the Pañcaprāṇas. The first of the five is called Prāṇa itself. It is called Mukhyaprāṇa or chief Prāṇa. Just as a King appoints his ministers at different places to do specified jobs the chief Prāṇa posts the other prāṇas at different parts in the body with specific purposes of their own. Prāṇa is seated in the heart and does the work of breathing. Apāna is seated in anus and directs the organs of excretion of the body. Vyāna is spread throughout the body and it is this life-wind which keeps one alive even when breathing is stopped for some time. When an archer stands in deep concentration with his bent bow without breathing he lives with the help of Vyāna. Samāna controls the breathing-in and breathing-out to a specified rhythm. Samāna (equaliser) is so called because it balances the force of the in-coming and outgoing breaths. There is a school of thought that Prāṇa is not seated in the heart but spread over the ears, eyes nose and face. Samāna is seated at the navel midway between the seats of Prāṇa and Apāna. This is also a reason why life wind got that name. This breath does the work of prompting digestion. The four prāṇas, Prāṇa, Apāna, Samāna and Vyāna sustain life. The fifth one, Udāna, takes the soul of the being out of the body when it dies. 
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