Shiva Manasa Puja Lyrics

Adi Sankaracharya's Shiva Manasa Pooja Devotional Song worshiping Lord Shiva. Shiva Manasa Puja is a great Lord Shiva Devotional Song written by Adi Sankaracharya. Using this Adi Shankara Shiva Stotra, we can perform mental worship of Lord Shiva.

Shiva Manasa Puja Lyrics - Adi Shankaracharya Shiv Manas Puja Lyrics

Aaradhayami mani sannibham athma lingam,
Maayapuri hrudaya pankaja sannivishtam,
Sradha nadhi vimala chitha jalabishegai,
Nithyam samadhi kusmaira punarbhavai.

(The above stanza does not appear in all texts of Shiva Manasa Pooja, but it is used in majority of the famous texts. )

Rathnai Kalpitham asanam, Himajalai snanam cha divyambaram,
Naana rathna vibhooshitham mruga madha modhanvitham Chandanam,
Jathi champaka bilwa pathra rachitham, pushpam cha deepam Thada,
Deepam deva dayanithe pasupathe, hrud kalpyatham gruhyatham.

Souvarne nava rathna Ganda Rachithe, pathre Grutham Payasam,
Bakshyam pancha vidam Payo dadhiyutham, rambha phalam panakam,
Saaka namayutham jalam ruchikaram, karpoora gandojwalam,
Thamboolam manasa maya virachitham Bhakthyo prabho sweekuru

Chathram Chamarayoryugam vyajanagam, chaa darshakam nirmalam,
Veena bheri mrudanga kahala kala geetha nruthyam thada,
Sasthangam pranthi sthuthir bahu vidha, hyethat samastham maya,
Sankalpena samapitham thava vibho , poojam gruhana prabho.

Aathma thwam Girija Mathi sahacharaa, prana sarreram gruham,
Pooja theey vishayopa bhoga rachana, nidhra samadhi sthithi,
Sanchara padayo pradakshina vidhi, , sthothrani sarva giraa,
Yadyath karma karomi thathad akhilam, shambho thavaradhanam.

Kara charana krutham vaak kayajam karmajam vaa,
Sravana nayanajam vaa maanasam vaa aparadham,
Vihithamavihitham vaa sarva methath Kshamaswa,
Jaya Jaya katunabdhe sri Mahadeva Shambho.

Matha cha Parvathy Devi,
Pitha devo Maheswara,
Bandhava Shiva Bakthamscha,
Swadeso Bhuvana thray.

Shiva Manasa Puja

10 comments:

  1. Devika at Hindu Devotional BlogJanuary 1, 2009 at 4:57 PM

    Hi,

    This is Devika, a regular visitor of this beautiful Hindu Devotional Site. Thanks for all these Hindu great mantrams and gods and goddesses stutis.

    I'm a great devotee of Lord Shiv, so special thanks for posting the Shiv Manas Pooja.

    Thanks,

    Devika

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  2. This is exceellent and inciting devotion on Lord Shiva. I am very ardent admirer of Sri Rameshbhai Oza. I am very thankful to this website for giving an opportunity to listen to Shiva suti on Manashivaratri.

    Bheemasen Kulkarni

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  3. this one of the best sites i visit. its exceptionally beautiful.its great and i know you guys are trying to put more useful and new stuffs .i found so many nice mantras and stotras and so on. who ever created it , may lord shiva speacial blessing be upon you. jai shiv shankar.

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  4. Thanks to Devika, Bheemasen Kulkarni, and the Anonymous friend for the hearty wishes.

    Yes we are trying to build this site slowly to make it a favourite spot for Hindu devotees who are searching for information related to Hindu Temples, Festivals, Rituals, and mantras and stotras.

    Thanks for your special blessings sir.

    Warm Regards,

    Abhilash MS

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  5. I was searching for Shiva manasa Puja and by the grace of Lord Shiva I fortunately stumbled on this excellent site. It is like a treasure for me and as I keep on digging this blog I find lot of spiritual gems and slokas. The apt audio video contribution adds immense values to each slokam. I thank Mr.Abhilash a lot and pray God to shower His graces to him so that he continues the excellent service. Regards, V.Rajan

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  6. Superb collection ! I found lyrics for all my favourite songs from Sacred Chants Albums here.

    Tanuja

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  7. I am a visitor , from Hispanic blood. I love this Puja.

    can you tell me who wrote this and the Hystory around it?

    sorry for my ignorance.

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  8. Really Owesum & Great Work
    Thanks for Sharing

    Also Please check from your side
    Gandojwalam (i think its Kandojwalam)
    &
    katunabdhe (i think its karunabdhe)

    Thanks Again

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