CHAMAKAM IN SANSKRIT PDF

You could read the Rudram Chamakam in Sanskrit script or Transliterated format Note from translator: What follows is the Rudra prasnam and Chamaka prasnam transliterated into English and followed by a translation in English. Care has been taken to make the English translation simple and in a form which can be chanted. The readers are cautioned that the transliteration has been given only to identify the anuvaakas and sukthaas and not for chanting. This is because Sanskrit is a very complicated language and a least phonetic language like English cannot bring out the nuances in actual chanting of this majestic and mellifluous prayer. Not being a Sanskrit scholar but one who depends upon other available translations mainly in Tamil and Malayalam, I crave your pardon for errors if any that I have committed. Salutations to your bow and also to your both arms.

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You could read the Rudram Chamakam in Sanskrit script or Transliterated format Note from translator: What follows is the Rudra prasnam and Chamaka prasnam transliterated into English and followed by a translation in English. Care has been taken to make the English translation simple and in a form which can be chanted. The readers are cautioned that the transliteration has been given only to identify the anuvaakas and sukthaas and not for chanting.

This is because Sanskrit is a very complicated language and a least phonetic language like English cannot bring out the nuances in actual chanting of this majestic and mellifluous prayer. Not being a Sanskrit scholar but one who depends upon other available translations mainly in Tamil and Malayalam, I crave your pardon for errors if any that I have committed. Salutations to your bow and also to your both arms. Vrukshobhyo , harikeshabhya , pasunaam pathaye namo nama.

Saspinjaraaya , twishee mathe , padheenaam pathaye namo nama. Bhavasya hethyai , jagatham pathaye namo nama. Rohithaaya sthapathaye vrukshaanam pathaye namo nama. Bhuvanthaye varivaskruthaa oushadinaam pathaye namo nama. Kukubhaya nishangine sthenaanam pathaye namo nama. Nishngina ishudhimathe thaskaraanam pathaye namo nama. Unmeeshine giricharaaya kulanchaanaam pathaye namo nama.

And to him who holds the bows. Sababhya sabha pathibhyascha vo namo nama. Aswebhyo aswapathibhyascha vo namo nama. Nama avyadheeneebhyo vividhayantheebyascha vo namo nama. Ganebhyo ganapathibyascha vo namo nama. Viroopebhyo Viswaroopebhyascha vo namo nama. Radhibhyo aradhebhyascha vo namo nama.

Radhebhya radha pathibhyscha vo namo nama. Punchishtebhyo nishadebhyascha vo namo nama. Ikshukrudbhyo dhanva krudhbyascha vo namo nama. Mrugayubhya swanibhyascha vo namo nama. Swabhya swapathibhyascha vo namo nama. Who are different from us. Sahasraani sahasraso ye Rudra adhi bhoomyaam. And who have attained heavens. For this touches Shiva and worships him. This service Translated into verse was done by Siva.

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