Sankatanashak Ganesh Stotram

(from Narada Purana)

 

 

संकटनाशक गणेश स्तोत्र

 

श्री नारद उवच

प्रणम्य शिरसा देवं गौरीपुत्र विनायकम् ।

भक्तावासं स्मरेन्नित्यायुष्कामार्थसिद्धये ॥१॥

 

प्रथमं वक्रतुण्डं च एकदन्तं द्वितीयकम् ।

तृतीयं कृष्णपिङ्गाक्षं गजवक्त्रं चतुर्थकम् ॥२॥

 

लम्बोदरं पञ्चमं च षष्ठं विकटमेव च ।

सप्तमं विघ्नराजं च धूम्रवर्ण तथाष्टमम् ॥३॥

 

नवमं भालचन्द्रं च दशमं तु विनायकम् ।

एकादशं गणपतिं द्वादशं तु गजाननम् ॥४॥

 

द्वादशैतानि नामानि त्रिसन्ध्यं यः पठेन्नरः ।

न च विघ्नभयं तस्य सर्वसिद्धिश्च जायते ॥५॥

 

विद्यार्थी लभते विद्यां धनार्थी लभते धनम् ।

पुत्रार्थी लभते पुत्रान्मोक्षार्थी लभते गतिम् ॥६॥

 

जपेद् गणपतिस्तोत्रं षड्भिर्मासैः फलं लभेत् ।

संवत्सरेण सिद्धिं च लभते नात्र संशयः ॥७॥

 

अष्टाभ्यो ब्राह्मणेभ्यश्च लिखित्वा यः समर्पयेत् ।

तस्य विद्या भवेत्सर्वा गणेशस्य प्रसादतः ॥८॥

 

 

saṃkaṭanāśaka gaṇeśa stotra

 

śrī nārada uvaca

praṇamya śirasā devaṃ gaurīputra vināyakam |

bhaktāvāsaṃ smarennityāyuṣkāmārthasiddhaye ||1||

 

Shri Narada said:

Salutations to the Deva to be worshipped first, the son of Gauri (Goddess Parvati), and Vinayaka (the remover of obstacles);

He is the abode for devotees, who always remember Him for the accomplishment of wishes, wealth and a long healthy life.

 

 

prathamaṃ vakratuṇḍaṃ ca ekadantaṃ dvitīyakam |

tṛtīyaṃ kṛṣṇapiṅgākṣaṃ gajavaktraṃ caturthakam ||2||

 

First He is known as Vakratunda (with curved trunk), Second as Ekadanta (with a single tusk),

Third as Krishnapingaksha (with dark brown eyes) and fourth as Gajavaktra (with an elephant face).

 

 

lambodaraṃ pa˝camaṃ ca ṣaṣṭhaṃ vikaṭameva ca |

saptamaṃ vighnarājaṃ ca dhūmravarṇa tathāṣṭamam ||3||

 

Fifth as Lambodara (with a large belly) and sixth as Vikata (with a huge body);

Seventh as Vighnaraja (king of obstacles) and eight as Dhumravarna (dark colored).

 

 

navamaṃ bhālacandraṃ ca daśamaṃ tu vināyakam |

ekādaśaṃ gaṇapatiṃ dvādaśaṃ tu gajānanam ||4||

 

Ninth as Bhalachandra (with moon on the forehead) and tenth as Vinayaka (the remover of obstacles);

Eleventh as Ganapati (Lord of Ganas or celestial attendants) and twelfth as Gajanana (with an elephant face).

 

 

dvādaśaitāni nāmāni trisandhyaṃ yaḥ paṭhennaraḥ |

na ca vighnabhayaṃ tasya sarvasiddhiśca jāyate ||5||

 

He who recites these twelve names during the three junctions of the day (morning, afternoon, evening)

Will have no fear of obstacles and will have all accomplishments.

 

Colui che recita questi dodici nomi durante le tre giunzioni del giorno (mattina, pomeriggio, sera)

Non avrÓ alcun timore degli ostacoli e tutte le realizzazioni saranno sue.

 

 

vidyārthī labhate vidyāṃ dhanārthī labhate dhanam |

putrārthī labhate putrānmokṣārthī labhate gatim ||6||

 

By this chant the seekers of knowledge will obtain knowledge and the seekers of wealth will obtain wealth,

Those who yearn for a child will obtain a son and the seekers of liberation (Moksha) will obtain the final emancipation of their soul.

 

 

japed gaṇapatistotraṃ ṣaḍbhirmāsaiḥ phalaṃ labhet |

saṃvatsareṇa siddhiṃ ca labhate nātra saṃśayaḥ ||7||

 

By reciting this hymn of Ganapati for six months, one will start getting the fruits,

And by reciting it for one year, one will obtain the desired result; there is no doubt in this.

 

aṣṭābhyo brāhmaṇebhyaśca likhitvā yaḥ samarpayet |

tasya vidyā bhavetsarvā gaṇeśasya prasādataḥ ||8||

 

He who offers this Hymn, after having written it, to eight learned persons or Brahmins,

Will get all knowledge by the grace of Shri Ganesh.

 

 


 

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