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Prabhadevi Shree Siddhivinayak Temple Vaastu, History

The divinity of Shri Siddhivinayak Mandir and it’s unique Vaastu Shastra.

Prabhadevi Shree Siddhivinayak Temple History:

The old temple was consecrated on Thursday, 19th November 1801. According to our Hindu Calendar, it falls on Kartik Shudha Chaturdashi, Shake 1723 in “Durmukh Sanvatsar”. It’s build-up area was 3.600mtr. x 3.60mtr. square. It was ground floor structure (see picture no. 1). It had 450mm thick brick walls and old type dome, again of brick with a Kalash above. Around the dome, a parapet wall with grills was the structure of the temple. The floor level of the temple and road level was also the same. This temple is on the corner of Kakasaheb Gadgil Marg and S.K. Bole Marg in Prabhadevi. It was built by a professional contractor, Late Mr. Laxman Vedu Patil as per the financial support and instruction of Late Mrs. Deubai Patil, who was a rich lady of Agrio Samaj from Matunga. Who always worked to build a temple for this deity. Being an ardent devotee, her thoughts in her mind and actions. She continued her regular praying and decided firmly to go for the temple as she ()tithed and converted her thoughts into action by funding the construction of this temple This Siddhivinayak is famous for it and known as”Navasacha Ganapati” or “Navasala Pavanara Ganapati” in Marathi (Ganapati bestows whenever humbly genuinely prayed a wish) among devoteed. The idol of Shree Siddhivinayak was carved out of a single black stone and is 2’6″ (750mm) high and 2′ (600mm) wide with the trunk on the right This is rather unusual appearance of Lord Ganesh. The trunk on the right side of Lord Ganapati is Known as “Mahaganapathy” The upper right and left hands hold a lotus and an axe respectively while the lower right and left hands hold a rosary (janmala) and bowl full of “Modak” respectively. As it resembles the sacred thread, a snake appears on the left shoulder to right side belly. On the forehead of deity is an eye, which almost looks like-the third eye of Lord Shiva. On both sides of the Lord Ganesh idol, are placed one idol each of Riddhi and Siddhi goddesses who are appearing like peeping out of the ganesh idol from behind. Because of these two deities along with Lord &mesh, this temple is known as the Siddhivinayak Ganapati Temple. These goddesses signify sanctity, success, wealth and prosperity.

There is also Small Mouse in the front of Lord Ganesh Idol, which is generally not seen after Ganesh Pooja Around 125 years ago, SHri Akkalkot Swami Samarth’s great disciple, Late Ramakrishna Jambhekar Maharaj, who was also ardent devotee of Lord Ganesh and Gayatri Mantra was blessed with Assyssinian. One day Swami Samarth asked Shri Jambhekar to bring four divine idols. Out of the idols, except two idols, Swami Samarth told to bury in the front courtyard of the house of Swami Samarth’s another disciple Shri Cholappa, whereSwami Samarth used to temporarily resides. Shri jambhekar was also told to inhume remaining two idols in front of Lord Gahesh that he usually worshipped. During his attendance with SwamiSamarth, SHri Jambhekar foretold that a Mandaar tree would grow on the place after 21 years, Swayambhu Ganesh would appear on the sacred place. From that onward people’s devotion would grow in leaps and bounds. After few years, Jambhekar Maharaj whose Math is near sea shore at Dadar, Mumbai, asked Late Priest Govind Chintaman Phatak to look after, perform regular religious pooja etc. of Shree Siddhivinayak Temple. The predecessor of Priest Phatak, there was Late Namdev Kelkar performing priest hood job in the temple. From the available information and records, the land of the temple complex was around 2550 sq.mtrs. There was a lake towards eastern and southern side of temple admeasuring approx. 30 x 40 sq.mtrs. This lake was built by Nardulla in early 19th century, to overcome the scarcity of the water, faced by the area. The lake was, later on, arrangement of water pipe-supply was made, filled up, and now it is playground and a part of Kakasaheb Gadgil Marg. There was also a rest house, sought of Dharmashala and a pair of beautiful 3.6 meters in height stone masonry “Deepmalas”. There was also a dwelling unit for the owner of this complex. In the earlier days when there were not many structures of residential and commercial type in its neighborhood area. The devotees in large numbers started visiting the temple only after 1952 and the long.

Since the owner had divided the original plot and subleased it to different parties and naturally the space available around this old temple reduced and became quite small. After 1975, the number of devotees visiting the temple started growing by real sense of Geometrical Progression. It became difficult to enter the temple or even to have “Darshan” of Lord Ganesh, the devotees were finding it quite troublesome to enter through the two small doors.

Entry of the Government of Maharashtra:

On the auspicious days like “Sankashtis, Ganesh Chaturthi, Angaraki”, etc. the number of visitors to the temple increased to the extent of 1.5 lakhs to 2 lakhs Long queues over the footpaths and by lanes, outside of the complex, and inadequacy of facilities, over and above some malpractices crept in. Ultimately Government of Maharashtra came into the picture and decided to pass a Special Act in October 1980. Under this, the Government could take the Heritage Properties and as such, took over the old temple complex, at Prabhadevi So the Government of Maharashtra formed Shree Siddhivinayak Ganapati Trust, in this, the prominent personalities including doctors, industrialists, respectable social workers, engineers appointed as Trustee in the trust, in order to manage various religious and administrative activities of the temple. Apart from the Trustees, the Executive Officer who was from Government administration side was given a charge to look after the affairs of the temple on day-to-day basis. After the formation of the Trust, the owner’s old residential structure was used to accommodate the office, stores, kitchen and other arrangements, but in spite of this, inadequacy of the space faced and felt miserably by the trustees. During the scorching sun and pouring rain, the state of the devotees was pitiable. Considering the various problems regularly faced by the devotees, general public due to heavy traffic also, the idea of building a specious temple complex, meeting norms of Vedic Vastu Shastra was conceived beyond any doubt.

Before going for new construction a list of facilities required was made:-
1) The convenience of the devotees for the entry. Darshan and the exit.

2) An-angement of Poojas and Havan etc.

3) The Gabhara (sanctum sanctorum) should be accessible to general devotees.

4) Provision of strong rooms, lockers. 5)Adequate kitchen facilities and storage of food grains. 6 Rest rooms to priests and security peop[le. 7) Conference hall for the trustees and space for the management. 8) Two lifts (a) for direct to Gabhara (b) for staff and devotees. Selection ofthe Plan

The trust invited several renowned Architects, Engineers to forward their plans along with perspective of the proposed temple complex.

Fortunately, after formation of the trust, world famous and experienced Cicil Engineer, MR. J.G.Bodhe was the Chairman of the Trust. His guidance was quite prominent and practical in finalizing this complex, excellent in many respects. His ideas were of superior quality and his Plan was inclusive of many present and future provisions and facilities. Other Architects and Engineers were M/s. Godbole and Co. Later on W. Paradkar, structural engineer M/s. Shrikhande Consultants Pvt. Ltd., piling foundation experts were joined to complete the project. Before finalizing the plan, the architect made extensive surveys of temple in Rajasthan, Tamilnadu, Andhra Pradesh and even U.P, (now Uttaranchal Pradesh). Ultimately Shiv Temple at Ambernath would be the ideal model they decided considering climatic conditions here, was approved by the project committee of M/s. Shashi Mehta, Baburao Shete, Shashi Prabhu and the Chari man Mr. Arun Dahanukar.

After several rounds of discussions between Trust, Architects and Structural Consultants, the present model was approved and decided for Pile Foundation to have good founding strata in order to have strong construction, “A” category strong rooms, storage space, etc. in the basement

Engineering work and Construction:

Out of small size of the plot, under numerous constraints like religious and pious as well as reverence, safety of existing idol, which was strongly believed with not to change, shift the original site & Muni (Idol). The old temple structure was dismantled only after the new structure around it was built. Since bored cast-in-situ piles were adopted for foundations, minimum distance of piles closet to the “Gabhara” had to be maintained at 13 m. Due to this large span, even doubly reinforced concrete beam would have had a depth of at least 1400 mm. Ultimately Vierendal system of framing at first floor level was decided by the engineers and adopted eliminating the deep.

Excellent Teamwork:

The team of the experience Trustees religiously, Senior Architects, Structural Consultants was regularly meeting to discuss and decide with cooperative and admirably supported ungrudgingly bore all the inconveniences. Considering their support and help, it was looking like Lord Ganapati was guiding, offering them Buddhi (mind).

The Cost of the Project:

Initially the cost of the project was quite less, but with all the improvements and suggestions from time to time, the changes incorporated, the trustee finally spent over Rs. 57.00 million towards the project.

Some of things tithe construction worth mentioning :
(1) The independent Gabhara structure of the Lord having an octagonal shape with three large opening doors towards Sabha Mandap, which has floor height of 8 mtrs. to provide excellent light and ventilation.

(2) A mezzanine floor has been made to serve a viewing gallery besides providing enough space for 30 individuals poojas conducted with the assistance and guidance of the priests. The mezzanine floor rested on the columns and beams.

(3) In the Gabhara, North-East side steps are constructed to have unobstructing Darshan of Lord Ganesh from the Sabha Mandap.

(4) Stepped platform is made for the devotees to sit and medidate in a part of the Sabha Mandap, Just in front of Lord Ganesh idol, one can have Darshan at same time while sitting

(5) Again on the North-Eastern side plot, outside the main structure, has been raised for those who want to have a quick and easy view of the Lord and this space can be used and is used to make Shri Satyanarayan Poojas, Havans, etc. (See figure attached)

Other features on the ground floor:

(A) Small Hanuman Mandir, which has a special feature, the idol of Hanumanji carved on the stone. Hanumanji stares at Shree Siddhivinayak and in turn Lord Shree Siddhivinayak looks at Hanumanji. The Manciir has been made up of Jaisalmar yellow sandstone. Hanumaji idol was found on Sayani Marg at Elphistone Road during road repair wotk. Main priest of the Lord Ganesh Mandir, Late Shri. Govind Phatak established the Hanuman mandir in 1952. On Saturdays, a lot of Hanumanji’s devotees come in large numbers and offer garlands of Rui Leaves and Oil with Shendur and Teel Sesame Seed

(B) Black-stone Deepmala It is in black stone and 18 feet height, which is just in front of Hanuman Mandir.

(C) Water storage tank below raised platform, which is just touching Sabha Mandap, North-East side. The platform is used for Satyanarayan Poojas, Havans, etc.

1972 Shree Siddhivinayak Ganapati Temple

Religious and Traditional Vastu Shastra Treatments :

This temple complex is matchless in perfection with traditional VASTU SHASTRA and built with prestigious structure, which has ratified aesthetic treatment. Looking at the temple, one can agree that this entire project of the complex constructed by Shree Siddhivinayak Ganapati to his satisfaction through the medium of the experts and it had full blessings from Him from day one.

Special and important points:

(1) The idol of the Lord is facing “Eshanya” or “Eshana” that is centre of the North-East. It has special meaning in Vastu Shastra and Vedic Literature.

Eshwar or God dwells in this side in full form.

To support this argument, it is woth going through Shrec Mahaganapati Sahastranama (a list of thousand names of Ganapati). It is in this list on serial no. 395, name of Ganapati is Eshanaya (Eshanaya Namah)

It is not exactly 450 away from East but approximately 30″ from East as per Compass.

(2) After having Lord’s Darshan, Shree Siddhivinayak Ganapati suggests to go towards Eshana by stepping up. It indicates, God expresses and says “You be more pious and religious and be closer to Almighty God”.

(3) “Shikhar” was built in such a way that the center of the Shikhar (and Kalash) was concentric with the idol “Mukut” (Crown). If a beam of light is thrown or projected from the center of “Shikhar”, it should hit the “Mukut” of Shri Siddhivinayak Idol According to the Hindu Purannas and Vastu Shastra, the Muni of the deity and temple Shikhar should or must have to be in one line.

The special design of the Shikhar appears independent of the entire structure. It starts 3 mtrs. above terrace level and is 8 mtrs. high. It has 8 octagonal layers (see picture), commencing with the biggest layer at the base and each upper layer getting progressively reduced in size. The proper arrangement has been made by keeping space between each layer for maintenance and decorative lights.

The special marble slabs having lotus and leaf pattern are fixed with using specially designed brass clips and was supported on R.C. Elements

The prestigious nature of the project demanded a special consideration for aesthetic look.

The unique way of construction of the Shikhar has enhance the beauty of the temple.

The matchless architectural and engineering efforts, if you see with special angle, all the people who were engaged in the construction of this project are deserved to be highly applaudable.

(4) Special designed decorative pillars, 21 in number around Gabhara.

(5) The height of the complex structure, excluding Shikhar, is about 21mtrs. around ground level.

(6) The octagonal built in the Gabhara or Sanctum Sanctorum and outside structure gives enough strength, aesthetic look and also more relief than flat surface.

(7) Ruby red polished granite stone provided on walls and columns excluding (Gabhara structure area) looks more of religious dwelling and also easy to maintain clean environment

(8) In the Sabha Mandap, Yantra in golden colour has been fixed, which is facing East and in that mantra has been inserted at the centre. There are two triangles in which 1 to 6 numbers appear, whose total comes 21. (Twenty-one). you will see 8 petals of lotus touching the circle. (Now this Yantra has been removed from this place).

Om is a sacred syllable, the word and name of the Supreme being, hence used for Mantra chanting.

Hrim Aadhya Mantra represents the goddess of wealth and strength is

Grim is powerful Mantra including “if “Aadhya Akshar of Shree Cianesh.

(9) Shree Siddhivinayak’s posture of sitting is Padmasan and the idol rests on the lotus. It means down below is lotus and on the top Shikhar is also made up of lotus. Again this gives wealth and strength and indicates good sign aesthetically also.

(10) The another special thing is, there are two portable silver mouses (q), the vehicles of Lord Cianesh. in the Sabha Mandap. They are also acting as messengers of the devotees to carry their wishes to Lord Ganesh One can see a lot of devotees whispering in the ears of the mouses to convey their wishes to Lord Ganesh and in turn, to ful fill them. The mouses are also garlanded. Such sincere messengers, very close to Lord Ganesh are naturally honored.

(11) The Gabhara has three big doors an East, North-East and North side, on these wooden doors, apart from the excellent carving and designs, you will find Navdurgas, Shree Ganapati’s different posture and Navgraha carving on East, North-East and North door respectively.

These doors on the East, North-East and North have high value and can contribute towards wealth of vastu.

From Agar Bazar and around Shri Ganapati Mandir, there are a lot of Range of Vad & Pimple trees, which indicate pious place of land, accordance with our Puranas and total Vad trees are 11 around the Mandir and one Vad is very close to the Mandir Strustrure on the south side Newly built under Maharashtra Government’s trust act, must modern vastu of Lord Ganesh Mandir consecrated Kalash Pratishthapana and Kuubha Abhishekh by Jagadgure Shri Shankara charya Shri Sharadapith shringeri Shri 1008 Bhartitirth Swamp by his Subhhaste on N1unday 13 June 1994 i.e. Jeshta slmda chat urthi shake 1916, being auspicious day.

Medical Aid and Donations:

Last so many years, the Trust has shown generous hand towards the patients who require medical help. It expressed its tremendous desire of social responsibilities.

Recently they have started Nuclear Medical Department with Gama Camera, Which donated by the Trust

(A) Raigad Military School, which educates school students and has earn fame and reputation for its model public school. This got the financial support of the Mandir Trust.

(C) Pooja of two wheelers and four wheelers:
Those who want to perform poojas of new vehicles, these can be arranged by intimating the mandir with advance payment of fees. When a devotee brings new vehicle, the priest does this pooja by offering cococnut, etc. Later the owner of vehicle gets shendur packet, Shree Siddhivinayak’s photo, etc.

(D) Navdampatya Ashirvachan Pooja:
This pooja is for newly married couple. After pooja, the Brahmin Priest takes the couple to Gabhara closer to Shree Ganesh Muni gives them coconut and offers shendur tilak to both of them, sweets, flowers and the bride gets Oti.

(E) Shishudevta Darshan:
Newly born baby is taken to Lord Ganesh Muni and given first special Darshan of Lord Ganesh by offering shendur tilak on the forehead of the baby.

(F) Vardhapan Din Devta Darshan Pooja (Birthday Ganesh Darshan Pooja):
After performing pooja on the eve of one’s birthday, the devotee gets Shree Siddhivinayak’s photo, Laddu, mahaprasad, etc. and gets Ganesh’s closer Darshan in the Gabhara For this, a devotee has to pay fees on the Abhishek Counter, this pooja is performed only at 8.00 AM to 8.30 PM except Mahapooja, Naivedya or Aarti Time, etc.

(G) Shasvat Ashirvachan Pooja (suimafff)fiff3cdf) Note:
Contact for these Poojas to the Mandir.

Religous Festivals celebrated in the Temple:

Vinayaki Chaturthi in the mouth of Magh (Hindu Calendar Month) is known as Ganesh Jayanti. Shree Ganesh appeared and has taken birth in this world in different Avataras at different time, but Magh Ganesh Birth is specially celebrated in certain temples and in few places.

The Ganapati is only God in Hindu religion, whose two birthdays are celebrated once in Magh and other in Bhadrapada.

In Bhadrapada Vinayaki Chaturthi, Hindu families bring home earthen images of Ganesh every year (fourth day of the bright half of the Moon in the month of Bhadrapada) and workship I I im with high pomp and reverence, whereas Magh Vinayaki Chaturthi is generally performed with great devotion in Ganapati temples. The earthen images of Ganesh during Bhadrapada after worshipping Him for varying periods like 11/2 days, 5 days, 7 days, 1! days, etc. are ceremonially immersed in the rivers, lakes and seas. At Prabhadevi in Ganesh Mandir, Magh Vinayaki Jayanti is celebrated with unique way and special gaiety, recitation of Mantra Before this day, 6 days in advance Hanumanji and Shree Siddhivinayak’s idols are consecrated and coated with Shendur known as Shendur Lepan Vidhi. A substituted silver idol of Shree Siddhivinayak with Pranpratistha Vidhi is kept outside for the devotee’s Darshan and main Gabhara remains closed for the devotees. From Pratipada (1st day of Hindu Calendar month of Magh) to Rathsaptami (7th day of Magh month) all religious and cultural programs are arranged throughout the day early morning upto 12o’clock at night all seven days.

On the Vinayaki day, from morning Kit-tans and Bhajans are recited. Around 12.40 pm Shree Ganesh’s birth takes place with Palana Vidhi (crable ceremony) and recitation of special songs on that ocassion. Afternoon, as soon as Mahapooja with Milk Abhishek and Aarti is affluently accomplished, around 4 o’clock, Rathyatra of Shree Siddhivinayak silver idol in procession is taken out in splendid way throughtout Prabhadevi area so that Prabhadevi’s and Shree Siddhivinayak’s Mandir’s Pradikshana is covered.

In Bhadrapad, Parthiv (earthen) idol is worshipped in special decorative Makhar in Sabaha Mandap itself and upto Anant Chaturdashi different religious and cultural programs are conducted with very attractive and magnificent aesthetic way. A lot of devotees, particularly well known singers, artists and music performers are visiting during this celebration. This festival is done very dignified and ritual significance with Havans and Brahmanaspati Suktas are recited, therefore wholesurrounding of mandir is turned into divinity and prosperous area like Heaven. Parthiv (earthen) idol’s procession in a Palkhi tim) is taken out and this idol is immersed in the sea.

Other than this Ganesh jayanti and Chaturthi, the mandir is also celebrating Ramnavami, Hanuman Jayanti and Gokul Ashtami and in the month of Shravan, Malta Laghurudra Abhishek are performed.

Laddus of Mahaprasad and Naralwadi:

There are so many small stalls surrounding the Mandir, photo frames, modak, Laddus, sweets, garlands, durva, etc. Few years ago, the devotees complained of mixing up inferior quality material in the modaks available outside.

Naturally, the Trust decided to make Laddu and Naralwadi from materials of Mahaprasad with pure ghee for distributing It appears this decision clicked off well and the mandir had to open special counters for the Laddus and Naralwadi. This again is Shree Siddhivinayak’s blessing because He has to remind the devotees that I am “Laddupriyay”. This Ganapati’s name comes in the serial no. 612 of Shree Mahaganapati Sahastranama

No one is allowed to distribute the prasad in the vicinity of Manndir brought form outside.

Library and Study Room:

The Fourth Floor of the Mandir Complex is allocated to study room and library which has around Nine Thousand books on different subjects. In Marathi, the significant portion of total volumes is on religion and Vedic topics.

This air-conditioned library accommodates around 500 students to study Graduation and Professional Studies like C.A., Engineering and Medical. At present, sitting arrangement is only for 150 students at a time, but it is quite peaceful and very conducive to study on account of strict observation of rules and discipline of the members of the library.

Shri Siddhivinayak Ganesh Mandir Trust has started about 6 years back a ‘Book-Bank’ to help std II to 15 student who arc financial weak but have good educational record. In this bank, these students are getting books are to be returned after completion academic year. New Pratikshalay building constructed to have medical aids other activities . It is decided to have “Dialysis Centre” and other different medical activities shortly.

Shree Siddhivinayak’s names are Buddhipriyay and Vidhyapraday. He bestows Buddhi. He is also a great donor of knowledge and education. So this is again quite significant to have a library and study room in the Ganapati Mandir Complex. In the project planning, a space was provided for the Ganesh Dyanpeeth. You 1.,s, i 11 find a lot of Chartered Accountants, Engineers etc. who passed the professional exams in flying colors and got appointed in high places in the corporate world. They feel obliged and speak highly about the Library. They appreciate its conducive atmosphere. They specially claim, the positions they got, is all because of Lord Ganesh who helped, blessed with a very peaceful, better waves to study and pleasant conditions to concentrate.

108 Names of Ganesha / Ashtottaara Shatanaamavali:

1) OM Gajaananaaya Namah
2) OM Ganaadhyakshaaya Namah
3) OM Vignaraajaaya Namah
4) OM Vinaayakaaya Namah
5) OM Dvimaaturaaya Namah
6) OM Dvimukhaaya Namah
7) OM Pramukhaaya Namah
8) OM Sumukhaaya Namah
9) OM Krutine Namah
10) OM Supradiipaaya Namah || 10 ||

11) OM Sukhanidhaye Namah
12) OM Suraadhyakshaaya Namah
13) OM Suraarighnaaya Namah
14) OM Mahaaganapataye Namah
15) OM Maanyaaya Namah
16) OM Mahaakaalaaya Namah
17) OM Mahaabalaaya Namah
18) OM Herambaaya Namah
19) OM Lambajatharaaya Namah
20) OM Hasvagriivaaya Namah || 20 ||

21) OM Mahodaraaya Namah
22) OM Madotkataaya Namah
23) OM Mahaaviiraaya Namah
24) OM Mantrine Namah
25) OM Mangalasvaraaya Namah
26) OM Pramathaaya Namah
27) OM Prathamaaya Namah
28) OM Praagyaaya Namah
29) OM Vighnakartre Namah
30) OM Vignahartre Namah || 30 ||

31) OM Vishvanetre Namah
32) OM Viraatpataye Namah
33) OM Shriipataye Namah
34) OM Vaakpataye Namah
35) OM Shrungaarine Namah
36) OM Aashritavatsalaaya Namah
37) OM Shivapriyaaya Namah
38) OM Shiighrakaarine Namah
39) OM Shaashvataaya Namah
40) OM Balaaya Namah || 40 ||

41) OM Bhavaatmajaaya Namah
42) OM Puraanapurushaaya Naah
43) OM Pushne Namah
44) OM Pushkatarokshiptavaarine Namahya
45) OM Agrapuujyaaya Namah
46) OM Agragaaminena Namah
47) OM Mantrakrite Namah
48) OM Chaamikaraprabhaaya Namah
49) OM Sarvasmai Namah
50) OM Sarvopaasyaaya Namah || 50 ||

51) OM Sarvakartre Namah
52) OM Sarvanete Namah
53) OM Sarvasiddhipradaaya Namah
54) OM Sarvasiddhaye Namah
55) OM Panchahastaaya Namah
56) OM Paarvatiinandanaaya Namah
57) OM Prabhave Namah
58) OM Kumaaragurave Namah
59) OM Akshobhyaaya Namah
60) OM Kuncaraasurabhancanaaya Namah || 60 ||

61) OM Pramodottaananayanaaya Namah
62) OM Modakapriyaaya Namah
63) OM Kantimate Namah
64) OM Dhritimate Namah
65) OM Kaamine Namah
66) OM Kapithapanasapriyaya Namah
67) OM Brahmacaarine Namah
68) OM Brahmaruupine Namah
69) OM Brahmavidhyaadidaanabhuve Namah
70) OM Jishnave Namah || 70 ||

71) OM Vishnupriyaaya Namah
72) OM Bhaktajiivitaaya Namah
73) OM Jitamanmathaaya Namah
74) OM Ishvaryakaaranaaya Namah
75) OM Yakshakinnara sevitaaya Namah
76) OM Gangaasutaaya Namah
77) OM Ganaadhiishaaya Namah
78) OM Gambhiiraninadaaya Namah
79) OM Vatave Namah
80) OM Abhiishtavaradaaya Namah || 80 ||

81) OM Jyotishe Namah
82) OM Bhaktanidhaye Namah
83) OM Bhaavagamyaaya Namah
84) OM Mangalapradaaya Namah
85) OM Avyaktaaya Namah
86) OM Apraakrita paraakramaaya Namah
87) OM Satyadharmine Namah
88) OM Sakhye Namah
89) OM Maheshaaya Namah
90) OM Divyaangaaya Namah || 90 ||

91) OM Manikininimekhalaya Namah
92) OM Samastadevataamuurtaye Namah
93) OM Sahishnave Namah
94) OM Satatothitaaya Namah
95) OM Vighaatakaarine Namah
96) OM Vishvagdrishe Namah
97) OM Visvarakshaakrite Namah
98) OM Kalyaanagurave Namah
99) OM Unmattaveshaaya Namah
100) OM Aparaajite Namah || 100 ||

101) OM Samsta-jagad-had-haraya Namah
102) OM Sarvaishvaryapradaaya Namah
103) OM Akraantachidachitprabhave Namah
104) OM Promdaaya Namah
105) OM Vighnagaatriye Namah
106) OM Balodhitaaya Namah
107) OM Jayase Namah
108) OM Sriivigneshvaraaya Namah || 108 ||

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