Sri Guruvayurappan Pancha Rathna Stotram

Sri Guruvayurappan Pancha Rathna
Sri Guruvayurappan

Sri Guruvayurappan Pancha Rathna Stotram is the lyrical composition in praise of and as prayer to Sri Guruvayurappan, one of the manifestations of Sri Maha Vishnu. At Guruvaoor, Kerala, Lord Maha Vishnu is named as Narayana and Guruvayurappan.

Sri Guruvayurappan Pancha Rathna Stotram was composed by Sri Sengalipuram Anantha Rama Dikshithar when he visited Guruvayoor to have the darshan of the Lord. When he had the darshan of Lord Guruvayurappa, this hymn came out of him like a torrent. He then told his disciples that proper learning and chanting of the slokam shall make the reciter happy.

Sri Guruvayurappan Pancha Rathna Stotram contains seven stanzas. The last stanza describes the benefits of reciting this slokam. At the end of each slokam, the Mantra “Narayana” has to be chanted 16 times.

Chanting of Sri Guruvayurappan Pancha Rathna Stotram is said to alleviate illness and provide cure.

Sri Guruvayurappan – Legend

As per the legend, at the end of Sri Krishna Avatar, Sri Maha Vishnu had reached Vaikuntham.  Dwaraka, the kingdom of Sri Krishna, got immersed in the ocean. At that time, the Vigraha of Sri Krishna had floated and reached the west shore. The statue was earlier worshipped by Sri Vasudeva and Sri Devaki, the parents of Sri Krishna; It was also worshipped by Udhdhav, His friend and devotee.

Guru and Vayu have taken the idol and installed. A temple for Sri Krishna was built there. As the idol was established by Guru and Vayu, it is called as Guruvayoor.

Sri Guruvayurappan Pancha Rathna Stotram

कल्याण रूपाय कलौ जनानां
कल्याण दात्रे करुणा सुधाब्थे
कम्ब्वादि दिव्यायुध सत्कराय
वातालयाधीश नमो नमस्ते (1)

नारायण नारायण नारायण नारायण
नारायण नारायण नारायण नारायण
नारायण नारायण नारायण नारायण
नारायण नारायण नारायण नारायण

kalyaaNa roopaaya kalau janaanaaM
kalyaaNa dhaathrae karuna suDhaabThae
kambvaadhi dhivyaayuDha sathkaraaya
vaathaalayaaDheesha namoa namasthae

naaraayaNa naaraayaNa naaraayaNa naaraayaNa
naaraayaNa naaraayaNa naaraayaNa naaraayaNa
naaraayaNa naaraayaNa naaraayaNa naaraayaNa
naaraayaNa naaraayaNa naaraayaNa naaraayaNa

Humble Salutations to Sri Guruvayurappa.

His appearance is auspicious; He blesses all auspicious prosperity on the people living in Kaliyuga. He is the ocean of mercy and compassion; He holds the holy weapons such as conch and divine wheel in His hands.

I ardently worship Him with the Mantra “Narayana”.

नारायणेत्यादि जपद्भिरुच्चै:
भक्तै: सदा पूर्ण महालयाय
स्वतीर्त्थ गान्ङ्गो पमवारि मग्न
निवर्त्तिताशे षरुजे नमस्ते (2)

नारायण नारायण नारायण नारायण
नारायण नारायण नारायण नारायण
नारायण नारायण नारायण नारायण
नारायण नारायण नारायण नारायण

naaraayaNethyaadhi japadh Bhiruchchaih
bhakthaih sadhaa poorNa mahaalayaaya
svatheerthTha gaanGgo pamavaari magna
nivarththi-thaashae Sharujae namasthae

naaraayaNa naaraayaNa naaraayaNa naaraayaNa
naaraayaNa naaraayaNa naaraayaNa naaraayaNa
naaraayaNa naaraayaNa naaraayaNa naaraayaNa
naaraayaNa naaraayaNa naaraayaNa naaraayaNa

Humble Salutations to Sri Guruvayurappa.

His devotees constantly and relentlessly chant the Mantra ‘Narayana’ in His temple. The water pond in His temple (Sri Rudra Theertham) is equivalent to river Ganga. He alleviates all the illness of those taking the holy dip in the pond.

I ardently worship Him with the Mantra “Narayana”.

ब्रह्मे मुहूर्ते परित: स्वभक्तै:
सन्ध्रुष्ट सर्वोत्तम विश्वरूप
स्वतैलसं सेवक रोगहर्त्रे
वातालयाधीश नमो नमस्ते (3)

नारायण नारायण नारायण नारायण
नारायण नारायण नारायण नारायण
नारायण नारायण नारायण नारायण
नारायण नारायण नारायण नारायण

brahmae muhoorthae parithah svaBhakthaih
sanDhruShta sarvoaththama vishvaroopa
svathailasaM sevaka rogaharthre
vaathaala-yaaDheesha namo namasthae

naaraayaNa naaraayaNa naaraayaNa naaraayaNa
naaraayaNa naaraayaNa naaraayaNa naaraayaNa
naaraayaNa naaraayaNa naaraayaNa naaraayaNa
naaraayaNa naaraayaNa naaraayaNa naaraayaNa

Humble Salutations to Sri Guruvayurappa.

His Viswaroopa, the magnificent manifestation of Lord Guruvayurappa is surrounded by His ardent devotees and seen by them at Brahma Muhurath. The smeared holy oil which is given as prasad whether applied on the body or swallowed, cures all the deceases.

I ardently worship Him with the Mantra “Narayana”.

बालान् स्वकीयान् तव सन्निधाने
दिव्यान्नदानात्परिपालयद्भि:
सदा पठद्भिश्च पुराणरत्नं
सम्सेवितायास्तु नमो हरे ते (4)

नारायण नारायण नारायण नारायण
नारायण नारायण नारायण नारायण
नारायण नारायण नारायण नारायण
नारायण नारायण नारायण नारायण

baalaan svakeeyaan thava sanniDhaane
dhivya-annadhaanaath-paripaalayadhBhih
sadhaa paTadhBhishcha puraaNarathnaM
samsevithaa-yaasthu namoa harae thae

naaraayaNa naaraayaNa naaraayaNa naaraayaNa
naaraayaNa naaraayaNa naaraayaNa naaraayaNa
naaraayaNa naaraayaNa naaraayaNa naaraayaNa
naaraayaNa naaraayaNa naaraayaNa naaraayaNa

Humble Salutations to Sri Guruvayurappa.

At the temple of Sri Hari, the devotees perform anna praasana (first feeding of solid food) to their kids with the prasadam of Sri Guruvayurappa. This is for protecting their kids from the problems of life. Srimad Bhagavatham, the jewel among the Puranas is recited in the temple by the Devotees.

I ardently worship Him with the Mantra “Narayana”.

नित्यान्न दात्रे च महिसुरेभ्य:
नित्यं दिविस्थैर्निशि पूजिताय
मात्रा च पित्रा च तथोद्धवेन
सम्पूजितायास्तु नमो नमस्ते (5)

नारायण नारायण नारायण नारायण
नारायण नारायण नारायण नारायण
नारायण नारायण नारायण नारायण
नारायण नारायण नारायण नारायण

Nithyaanna dhaathre cha mahisureBhyah
nithyaM dhivis-Thairnishi poojithaaya
maathraa cha pithraa cha thaThodh-Dhavaena
sampoojithaa-yaasthu namoa namasthae

naaraayaNa naaraayaNa naaraayaNa naaraayaNa
naaraayaNa naaraayaNa naaraayaNa naaraayaNa
naaraayaNa naaraayaNa naaraayaNa naaraayaNa
naaraayaNa naaraayaNa naaraayaNa naaraayaNa

Humble Salutations to Sri Guruvayurappa.

He blesses and bestows the food to His devotees who chant Vedas. He is worshipped by Brahma and other Devas at night. He is worshipped by His own mother Devaki and father Vasudeva. He is also worshipped by Udhdhav, His friend and the devotee.

I ardently worship Him with the Mantra “Narayana”.

अनन्तरामाख्य महिप्रणितं
स्तोत्रं पठेध्स्तु नरस्त्रिकालम्
वातालयेशस्य क्रुपाबलेन
लभेत सर्वाणि च मन्ङ्गलानि (6)

नारायण नारायण नारायण नारायण
नारायण नारायण नारायण नारायण
नारायण नारायण नारायण नारायण
नारायण नारायण नारायण नारायण

anantharaamaakhya mahipraNithaM
sthothraM paTeDhsthu narasthrikaalam
vaathaalayeshasya krupaabalena
labhaetha sarvaaNi cha manGgalaani

naaraayaNa naaraayaNa naaraayaNa naaraayaNa
naaraayaNa naaraayaNa naaraayaNa naaraayaNa
naaraayaNa naaraayaNa naaraayaNa naaraayaNa
naaraayaNa naaraayaNa naaraayaNa naaraayaNa

Humble Salutations to Sri Guruvayurappa.

The persons who read and recite this Stotram composed by Sri Anantharama Dishithar three times a day shall be blessed with auspiciousness and fulfillment of the wishes.

I ardently worship Him with the Mantra “Narayana”.

गुरुवातपुरीश पन्च्चकाख्यं
स्तुतिरत्नं पठतां सुमन्ङ्गलं स्यात्
ह्रुदि चापि सिशेत् हरि:
स्वयं तु रतिनाथायुत तुल्यदेह कान्ति: (7)

नारायण नारायण नारायण नारायण
नारायण नारायण नारायण नारायण
नारायण नारायण नारायण नारायण
नारायण नारायण नारायण नारायण

guruvaathapureesha panchchakaakhyaM
sthuthirathnaM paTathaaM sumanGgalaM syaath
hrudhi chaapi sisheth harih
svayaM thu rathinaaThaayutha thulyadheha kaanthih

naaraayaNa naaraayaNa naaraayaNa naaraayaNa
naaraayaNa naaraayaNa naaraayaNa naaraayaNa
naaraayaNa naaraayaNa naaraayaNa naaraayaNa
naaraayaNa naaraayaNa naaraayaNa naaraayaNa

The persons who sincerely chant this Guruvapureesa Panchakakyam shall be blessed to have Sri Hari in their hearts; Sri Hari is as enchanting and mesmerizing as Manmadha (God of Love), the husband of Rathi; The persons shall be blessed with eternal auspicious prosperity.

As per the legend, there was a small kid in a village named Poongunnam. His family was very pious. The boy always had constant headache. None of the medicines could cure him. His grandfather brought him to Guruvayur. They stayed there for three days and kept chanting this slokam. The illness got cured.

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