Om Hrīm Ritam By Swami Vivekananda
This is a Sanskrit hymn to Sri Ramakrishna, composed by Swami Vivekananda.
The brilliance of Swami Vivekananda is seen in providing us with the three vital mantra for praying to Sri Ramakrishna Paramhansa. Such a stotra which has a mantra hidden inside is called ‘Mantra Garbha Stotra’.
These prayers are from the sādhusaṁkuli tantra and are titled ग्रहपुरश्चरण प्रयोगः (grahapuraścaraṇa prayogaḥ)
ॐ रक्तपद्मासनं देवं चतुर्बाहुसमन्वितम् ।
क्षत्रियं रक्तवर्नञच गोत्रं काश्यपसम्भवं॥
सप्ताश्वरथमारूढं प्रचण्डं सर्वसिद्धिदम् ।
द्विभुजं रक्तपद्मैश्च संयुक्तं प्र्माद्भुतं॥
कलिञगदेशजं देवं मौलिमाणिक्यभूषणम् ।
त्रिनेत्रं तेजसा पूर्णमुदयाचलसंस्थितं॥
द्वादशाञगुल-विस्तीर्णं प्रबरं घृतकौशिकम् ।
शिवाधिदैवं पुर्वास्यं ब्रह्मप्रत्यधिदैवतं॥
om raktapadmāsanaṁ devaṁ caturbāhusamanvitam |
kṣatriyaṁ raktavarnañaca gotraṁ kāśyapasambhavaṁ ||
saptāśvarathamārūḍhaṁ pracaṇḍaṁ sarvasiddhidam |
dvibhujaṁ raktapadmaiśca saṁyuktaṁ prmādbhutaṁ ||
kaliñagadeśajaṁ devaṁ maulimāṇikyabhūṣaṇam |
trinetraṁ tejasā pūrṇamudayācalasaṁsthitaṁ ||
dvādaśāñagula-vistīrṇaṁ prabaraṁ ghṛtakauśikam |
śivādhidaivaṁ purvāsyaṁ brahmapratyadhidaivataṁ ||
क्लीं ऐं श्रीं ह्रीं सूर्याय नमः
klīṁ aiṁ śrīṁ hrīṁ sūryāya namaḥ
ॐ शुक्लं शुक्लाम्बरधरं श्वेताब्जस्थं
A childhood habit that has always stood the test of time, is the Guru Vandana. This was learnt at a young age and one does not need any ritual, time nor place to recite it. However, we have done this everyday – loudly when younger and silently when older. Hope you all benefit from this. All mantras and remedies start working, no matter how bad the dasha or evil the transit, Gurudeva always makes things work for the better. Kindly forgive the typo’s and email me email@example.com for corrections.
Radha (Sanskrit: राधा, Rādhā), also called Rādhikā, Radharani and Radhika-rani, is almost always depicted alongside Krishna and features prominently within the theology of today’s Vallabha, Utkaliya and Gaudiya Vaishnava sects, which regards Radha as the original Goddess or Shakti. Radha is also the principal god of worship in the Nimbarka Sampradaya, as Nimbarka, the founder of the tradition, declared that Radha and Krishna together constitute the absolute truth.
Please note that Radha is not mentioned anywhere in books like Bhagavata Purana,Vishnu Purana, Harivamsha or Mahabharata.
Sri Ganapati is the elephant headed son of Sri Shiva, belonging to the divine family that delivers the soul from darkness and sin, the specific function of Sri Ganapati is to teach and drive away ignorance (avidhya). He is represented by Ketu, the significator of emancipation from all kinds of bondage including rebirth.
The Beejakshara of Sri Ganapati is ‘gaM’
Bīja mantra: गं (gaṁ) which is also called the Gītā bīja (for Srimad Bhagavat Gītā) by those learned in mantra śāstra.