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Shivmahimna Stotra has 43 verses in Sanskrit. For the benefit of Gujarati people, Shri Yogeshwarji has translated it into simple and easy-to-understand Gujarati. SIVA-MAHIMNAH STOTRAM. HYMN TO THE GLORY OF LORD SHIVA. || Oṁ Namaḥ Śhivaya ||. Introduction. The Shiva Mahimna Stotra is very popular among. Format: pdf गणेशमहिम्नस्तोत्रम् | gaNeshamahimnaH stotram ( puShpadanta (with trans. and intro) (Hindi-English, Hindi, Sanskrit-Gujarati, audio)) shivamahimna stotra with meaning (puShpadanta) | (puShpadanta ( with trans.
It became a routine affair. King Chitraratha made every effort to address the issue but remained unsuccessful.
The reason was very simple; Pushpadanta had divine power to remain invisible. Shiva punished him for his misdeed and Pushpadanta lost his divine power of invisibility.
Shiva was pleased with the hymn, absolved him and returned his divine powers. The very stotra became known as the 'Shiva-mahimna Stotra'.
The recital of this stotra is very beneficial as proclaimed by one of its verses: Shivmahimna Stotra has 43 verses in Sanskrit. For the benefit of Gujarati people, Shri Yogeshwarji has translated it into simple and easy-to-understand Gujarati language.
It is interesting to know that Gujarati translation of Shiv Mahimna Stotra was completed by Shri Yogeshwarji in the year The album also contains immensely popular Shiv Stuti and Amarnath Stuti, also written by Yogeshwarji. You are here: Home Bhajans Shivmahimna Stotra. Pujya Rameshbhai Oza Sanskrit Your browser does not support the audio element. Title Hits Verse 01 Hits: Today's Quote.
Hymn paying homage to the greatness of Śiva
However among all stotras or stutis, the one written by Pushpadanta became very popular. It would be interesting to know the circumstances which led Pushpadanta to compose this great song.
He had a particular liking for flowers. It so happened that he saw beautiful garden adorned with charming flowers.
King Chitraratha was a devotee of Lord Shiva. Every day, he used to offer flowers from his palatial garden as a symbol of his devotion to Lord Shiva. Pushpadanta was fascinated by those stunning flowers, so he began to steal them.
As a consequence, king Chitraratha was unable to pick flowers for offering to Lord Shiva. It was not an isolated incident.
It became a routine affair. King Chitraratha made every effort to address the issue but remained unsuccessful.Ravana do your stuti, by cutting head and give it to your feet.
It would be interesting to know the circumstances which led Pushpadanta to compose this great song.
Fire, sun, air and moon; you are broad in everything. How can your glory explained by us?
Pujya Rameshbhai Oza Sanskrit Your browser does not support the audio element. Shri Vishnu worship you, give thousand lotus on your head. But your strength seems unmeasurable, it is your glorious impression.