Here is the text of Gajendra Moksham, from Chapter of Srimad Bhagavatham. श्रीबादरायणिरुवाच || एवं व्यवसितो बुद्ध्या. With our Radhey-Radhey Folded Hands, We Do Express our acknowledgements & gratitude Radhey-Radhey to one & all, known & unknown whose work. The King of the elephants, Gajendra, said: I offer my respectful obeisances unto the. Supreme Person, Vāsudeva [oṁ namo bhagavate vāsudevāya]. Because of .

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A sample message is: In this episode, Vishnu came down to earth to protect Gajendra, the elephant, from the clutches of Makara, the Crocodile, and with Vishnu’s help, Gajendra achieved mokshaor salvation. The prayer made by Gajendra on this occasion became a famous hymn in praise of Vishnu called the Gajendra Stuti. Subscribe To Posts Atom. Please help improve this section by adding citations moksna reliable sources.

The Advaith: Gajendra Moksham Sanskrit text

One day, Agastyaa great rishi sage came to visit the king, but Indradyumna remained seated, refusing to rise up to receive the sage with due respect. It is very good, isn’t it? The translation I follow is by Shri Alan Jacob. Gajendra prostrated himself before the god. Favorite Research Links Hamming: February Learn how and when to remove this template message.


To keep company with the holy, to renounce all thoughts of me and mine, to devote himself to God. Retrieved 30 July Supreme deity Vishnu Krishna Rama.

Disputing the nature of the Self without attempting Self-realization merely constitutes delusion. Suddenly, a crocodile living in the lake attacked Gajendra and caught him by the leg. The translation I follow is by Swami Prabhavananda. I will edit the comment removing the email address to save you from spam.

It is one of the famous exploits of the god Vishnu. Ramana Maharshi’s verses on reality: This is a mailing list for sending 6 random sentences selected from simple Sanskrit. This is a translation of a short work of forty verses by Gjendra Maharshi.

Gajendra Moksha

By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Agastya was irate and noticed that the mighty king, despite the greatness of his good deeds, still had traces of Ahamkaraor egoism, sabskrit he revealed to the king that, in his next birth, he would be born as an elephant and in that form he would learn the sanskrif way that the self must be renounced and surrendered to the Lord.

The repentant king begged the sage’s pardon.

Sansktit this, Vishnu was pleased and with his Sudharshana Chakrahe decapitated the crocodile. Because Indradyumna had been devoted to Vishnu, the god had him born as Gajendra and made him realize that there is something called Kaivalya which is beyond Svarga and Urdhva Lokathe realm of the gods.


Here are the ones that I currently run. As Gajendra sighted the god coming, he lifted a lotus with his trunk. Gajendra tried for a long time to escape from the crocodile’s clutches.

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Views Read Edit View history. You and Your Research Feynman: As the struggle was seemingly endless it is believed that the crocodile held Gajendra’s foot for over a thousand yearsand when he had spent his last drop of energy, Gajendra called to the god Vishnu to save him, holding a lotus up in the air as an offering.

Part of a series on. Until one day when they can look beyond everything in this creation due to some extreme experience like Gajendra when he recalls Gyana Eternal Knowledge from his previous births and an extreme experience to ultimately give up himself to the supreme being Vishnu. This page was last edited on 26 Augustat Here are some links to subscribe yourself to the mailing lists: Retrieved from ” https: The Serpent and the Rope Douglas Harding: