Narasimha Stotram

Lakshmi Narasimha Pancharatnam Lyrics in English With Meaning

Lakshmi Narasimha Pancharatnam in English:

॥ lakṣmīnr̥siṁha pañcaratnam ॥
tvatprabhujīvapriyamicchasi cēnnaraharipūjāṁ kuru satataṁ
pratibimbālaṅkr̥tidhr̥tikuśalō bimbālaṅkr̥timātanutē |
cētōbhr̥ṅga bhramasi vr̥thā bhavamarubhūmau virasāyāṁ
bhaja bhaja lakṣmīnarasiṁhānaghapadasarasijamakarandam || 1 ||

śuktau rajatapratibhā jātā kaṭakādyarthasamarthā cē-
dduḥkhamayī tē saṁsr̥tirēṣā nirvr̥tidānē nipuṇā syāt |
cētōbhr̥ṅga bhramasi vr̥thā bhavamarubhūmau virasāyāṁ
bhaja bhaja lakṣmīnarasiṁhānaghapadasarasijamakarandam || 2 ||

ākr̥tisāmyācchālmalikusumē sthalanalinatvabhramamakarōḥ
gandharasāviha kimu vidyētē viphalaṁ bhrāmyasi bhr̥śavirasēsmin |
cētōbhr̥ṅga bhramasi vr̥thā bhavamarubhūmau virasāyāṁ
bhaja bhaja lakṣmīnarasiṁhānaghapadasarasijamakarandam || 3 ||

srakcandanavanitādīnviṣayānsukhadānmatvā tatra viharasē
gandhaphalīsadr̥śā nanu tēmī bhōgānantaraduḥkhakr̥taḥ syuḥ |
cētōbhr̥ṅga bhramasi vr̥thā bhavamarubhūmau virasāyāṁ
bhaja bhaja lakṣmīnarasiṁhānaghapadasarasijamakarandam || 4 ||

tava hitamēkaṁ vacanaṁ vakṣyē śr̥ṇu sukhakāmō yadi satataṁ
svapnē dr̥ṣṭaṁ sakalaṁ hi mr̥ṣā jāgrati ca smara tadvaditi|
cētōbhr̥ṅga bhramasi vr̥thā bhavamarubhūmau virasāyāṁ
bhaja bhaja lakṣmīnarasiṁhānaghapadasarasijamakarandam || 5 ||

Lakshmi Narasimha Pancharatnam Meaning:

O! the carpenter bee called the mind! Why do you wastefully move about in the desert called the essenceless “Samsara”? Please taste, with happiness, the honey which is in the lotus feet of Lord Lakshmi Narasimha. The skillful person who decorates and watches the reflection (jiva) would first decorate the main figure (Isvara), is it not? Similarly, if you desire the love of the ‘jiva’, first do not let go of Lord Lakshmi Narasimha. Please worship Him.

If the silver seen in a shell is capable of becoming a bracelet etc., then it is possible to derive happiness from this Samsara which is full of sorrow. But such a thing does not happen. Hence, O bee called the mind, why move about wastefully in the desert land called ‘Samsara’? You please partake with reverence the honey in the lotus which is the feet of Lord Lakshmi Narasimha.

Because of the similarity of shape, the flower of the silk cotton tree is mistaken as the ground lotus flower. In the essenceless flower of the silk-cotton tree is there fragrance or honey? You are under a delusion. Hence, O! carpenter bee called the mind, why do you wander in the essenceless wasted desert land? You please partake with reverence the honey in the lotus feet of Lord Lakshmi Narasimha.

You are thinking that pleasurable items like garlands, sandal paste and women will give you happiness and are enjoying them. But, like the Champaka flower, they will only cause unhappiness after enjoying them. Hence, O! carpenter bee called the mind, why need you wander in the essenceless wasted desert land called the ‘Samsara’? Please reverentially partake the honey in the lotus feet of Lord Lakshmi Narasimha.

If you really desire happiness, I will give you some good advice. Please listen. Just as whatever we see in the ‘dream’ state is not real, please remember that whatever you see in the state of wakefulness is also not real. Hence, O! carpenter bee called the mind, why do you wastefully wander in the essenceless wasted desert land called the ‘Samsara’? You please partake with reverence the honey in the lotus feet of Lord Lakshmi Narasimha.

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