Spirituality

Ganesh Chathurthi Special 3 – Mooshika vaahana

Mooshika Vahana

Audio Link

https://www.dropbox.com/s/9462bfxuqenq9lh/mooshika%20vahana%20modaka.mp3?dl=0

Sanskrit Verse

मूषिकवाहन मोदकहस्त

चामरकर्ण विलम्बितसूत्र

वामनरूप महेस्वरपुत्र

विघ्नविनायक पाद नमस्ते

English Transliteration

Muussika-Vaahana Modaka-Hasta

Caamara-Karnna Vilambita-Suutra |

Vaamana-Ruupa Mahesvara-Putra

Vighna-Vinaayaka Paada Namaste ||

Meaning of the Sanskrit Words

मूषिकवाहन (Muussika-Vaahana): Who has the Mouse as the Vehicle

मूषिक (Muussika) = Mouse

वाहन (Vaahana) = Vehicle, Carrier

मोदकहस्त (Modaka-Hasta): Who has the Modaka on His Hand

मोदक (Modaka) = A small round Sweetmeat

हस्त (Hasta) = Hand

चामरकर्ण (Caamara-Karnna): Whose Ears are like Chamara

चामर (Caamara) = A type of Hand-Fan [used in worship]

कर्ण (Karnna) = Ear

विलम्बितसूत्र (Vilambita-Suutra): Who Wears a Long Sacred Thread

विलम्बित (Vilambita) = Hanging down

सूत्र (Suutra) = A Thread

वामनरूप (Vaamana-Ruupa): Who is Short in Stature

वामन (Vaamana) = Short in Stature

रूप (Ruupa) = Appearance

महेस्वरपुत्र (Mahesvara-Putra): Who is the Son of Lord Shiva

महेस्वर (Mahesvara) = Maheswara, Lord Shiva

पुत्र (Putra) = Son

विघ्नविनायक (Vighna-Vinaayaka): Sri Vinayaka Who is the Remover of Obstacles

विघ्न (Vighna) = Obstacle

विनायक (Vinaayaka) = Sri Vinayaka

पाद (Paada): Foot

नमस्ते (Namaste): Salutations, Prostrations

Meaning in English

1: (Salutations to Sri Vighna Vinayaka) Whose Vehicle is the Mouse and Who has the Modaka in His Hand,

2: Whose Large Ears are like Fans and Who Wears a Long Sacred Thread,

3: Who is Short in Stature and is the Son of Sri Maheswara (Lord Shiva),

4: Prostrations at the Feet of Sri Vighna Vinayaka, the Remover of the Obstacles of His Devotees.

Meaning in Tamil

சுண்டெலி ஊர்தியுடன் கைத்தலமதில் அப்பமும்

சாமரமொப்ப செவியுடன் முப்புரிநூல் அணிந்து

குருமுனி வடிவம் கொண்ட சங்கரன் புதல்வனாம்

இடர் களையும் விநாயகனின் பாதம் பணிவோமே

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