DARIDRAYA DAHANA SHIVA STOTRAM PDF

By Sage Vasishta Translated by P. I salute that Shiva , who burns the sorrow of poverty, Who is the lord of the universe, Who helps us to cross the sea of hell, Who is pleasant to the ears, Who wears the crescent as ornament, Who is as white as the flame of camphor, Who wears uncombed and uncut hair. I salute that Shiva who burns the sorrow of poverty, Who is the darling of Goddess Parvathy, Who wears the crescent of the lord of night, Who was the death to the god of death, Who wears the king of serpents as bangles, Who carries the Ganga on his head, And who killed the king of elephants. I salute that Shiva who burns the sorrow of poverty, Who is loved by his devotees, Who destroys fear of diseases in human life, Who is fearsome, Who makes us cross the difficult ocean of life, Who is personification of light, And who dances in his good names. I salute that Shiva who burns the sorrow of poverty, Who wears hide, Who applies ash of burning corpses, Who has an eye on his forehead, Who wears ear studs of precious stones, Who wears Jingling leg bangles on his legs, And who wears uncombed and uncut hair.

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Explore Now. I salute Shiva who burns the sorrow of poverty, Who is the lord of the universe, Who helps us to cross the sea of troubles, Who is pleasant to the ears, Who wears the crescent as ornament, Who is as white as the flame of camphor, Who wears uncombed and uncut hair. I salute Shiva who burns the sorrow of poverty, Who is the darling of Goddess Parvati, Who wears the crescent of the lord of night, Who was the death to the god of death, Who wears the king of serpents as bangles, Who carries the Ganga on his head, And who killed the king of elephants.

I salute Shiva who burns the sorrow of poverty, Who is loved by his devotees, Who destroys fear of diseases in human life, Who is fearsome, Who makes us cross the difficult ocean of life, Who is personification of light, And who dances in his good names. I salute Shiva who burns the sorrow of poverty, Who wears an animal hide, Who applies the ash of burnt corpses, Who has an eye on his forehead, Who wears ear studs of precious stones, Who wears jingling leg bangles on his legs, And who wears uncombed and uncut hair.

I salute Shiva who burns the sorrow of poverty, Who has five faces, Who wears king of serpents as ornament, Who wears cloth made of gold, Who is the ornament for the three worlds, Who is the giver of boons, Who is the storehouse of happiness, And who is personification of darkness. I salute Shiva who burns the sorrow of poverty, Who is dear to the Sun God, Who helps us to cross the ocean of birth, Who killed the god of death, Who is worshipped by Lord Brahma, And who is most auspicious.

I salute Shiva who burns the sorrow of poverty, Who is dear to Rama, Who granted boons to Rama, Who is partial to serpents, Who destroys the naraka, Who is holiest among the holy, And who is worshipped by the Gods. Mahashivratri — Join Free Live Webstream. Related Content. Adiyogi — The First Yogi In a vivid narration from Sadhguru, we take a look at the being who introduced yoga to humankind, the Adiyogi,… Goto page.

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