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Sri Jagannatha Ashtakam Lyrics in Telugu With Meaning

Sri Jagannatha Ashtakam in Telugu:

కదాచి త్కాళిందీ తటవిపినసంగీతకపరో
ముదా గోపీనారీ వదనకమలాస్వాదమధుపః
రమాశంభుబ్రహ్మా మరపతిగణేశార్చితపదో
జగన్నాథః స్వామీ నయనపథగామీ భవతు మే || 1 ||

భుజే సవ్యే వేణుం శిరసి శిఖిపింఛం కటితటే
దుకూలం నేత్రాంతే సహచర కటాక్షం విదధతే
సదా శ్రీమద్బృందా వనవసతిలీలాపరిచయో
జగన్నాథః స్వామీ నయనపథగామీ భవతు మే || 2 ||

మహాంభోధేస్తీరే కనకరుచిరే నీలశిఖరే
వసన్ప్రాసాదాంత -స్సహజబలభద్రేణ బలినా
సుభద్రామధ్యస్థ స్సకలసురసేవావసరదో
జగన్నాథః స్వామీ నయనపథగామీ భవతు మే || 3 ||

కథాపారావారా స్సజలజలదశ్రేణిరుచిరో
రమావాణీసౌమ స్సురదమలపద్మోద్భవముఖైః
సురేంద్రై రారాధ్యః శ్రుతిగణశిఖాగీతచరితో
జగన్నాథః స్వామీ నయనపథగామీ భవతు మే || 4 ||

రథారూఢో గచ్ఛ న్పథి మిళఙతభూదేవపటలైః
స్తుతిప్రాదుర్భావం ప్రతిపద ముపాకర్ణ్య సదయః
దయాసింధు ర్భాను స్సకలజగతా సింధుసుతయా
జగన్నాథః స్వామీ నయనపథగామీ భవతు మే || 5 ||

పరబ్రహ్మాపీడః కువలయదళోత్ఫుల్లనయనో
నివాసీ నీలాద్రౌ నిహితచరణోనంతశిరసి
రసానందో రాధా సరసవపురాలింగనసుఖో
జగన్నాథః స్వామీ నయనపథగామీ భవతు మే || 6 ||

న వై ప్రార్థ్యం రాజ్యం న చ కనకితాం భోగవిభవం
న యాచే2 హం రమ్యాం నిఖిలజనకామ్యాం వరవధూం
సదా కాలే కాలే ప్రమథపతినా చీతచరితో
జగన్నాథః స్వామీ నయనపథగామీ భవతు మే || 7 ||

హర త్వం సంసారం ద్రుతతర మసారం సురపతే
హర త్వం పాపానాం వితతి మపరాం యాదవపతే
అహో దీనానాథం నిహిత మచలం నిశ్చితపదం
జగన్నాథః స్వామీ నయనపథగామీ భవతు మే || 8 ||

ఇతి జగన్నాథాకష్టకం

Sri Jagannatha Ashtakam Meaning:

Sometimes in great happiness Lord Jagannatha, with His flute, makes a loud concert in the groves on the banks of the Yamuna. He is like a bumblebee who tastes the beautiful lotus-like faces of the cowherd damsels of Vraja, and His lotus feet are worshiped by great personalities such as Lakshmi, Siva, Brahma, Indra and Ganesa. May that Jagannatha Swami be the object of my vision.

In His left hand, Lord Jagannatha holds a flute. On His head, He wears the feathers of peacocks and on His hips, He wears fine yellow silken cloth. Out of the corners of His eyes, He bestows sidelong glances upon His loving devotees and He always reveals Himself through His pastimes in His divine abode of Vrindavana. May that Jagannatha Swami be the object of my vision.

Residing on the shore of the great ocean, within a large palace situated upon the crest of the brilliant, golden Nilacala Hill, along with His powerful brother Bala-Bhadra, and in the middle of Them His sister Subhadra, Lord Jagannatha bestows the opportunity for devotional service upon all godly souls. May that Jagannatha Swami be the object of my vision.

Lord Jagannatha is an ocean of mercy and He is beautiful like a row of blackish rain clouds. He is the storehouse of bliss for Lakshmi and Saraswati, and His face is like a spotless full-blown lotus. He is worshiped by the best of demigods and sages, and His glories are sung by the Upanishads. May that Jagannatha Swami be the object of my vision.

When Lord Jagannatha is on His Ratha-yatra cart and is moving along the road, at every step there is a loud presentation of prayers and songs chanted by large assemblies of Brahmanas. Hearing their hymns Lord Jagannatha is very favorably disposed towards them. He is the ocean of mercy and the true friend of all the worlds. May that Jagannatha Swami, along with His consort Lakshmi, who was born from the ocean of nectar, be the object of my vision.

He is the ornament of the head of Lord Brahma and His eyes are like the full-blown petals of the lotus. He resides on Nilacala Hill, and His lotus feet are placed on the heads of Ananta Deva. Lord Jagannatha is overwhelmed by the mellow of love and He becomes joyful in the embracing of the body of Sri Radharani, which is like a cool pond. May that Jagannatha Swami be the object of my vision.

I do not pray for a kingdom, nor for gold, rubies, and wealth. I do not ask for an excellent and beautiful wife as desired by all men. I simply pray that Jagannatha Swami, whose glories are always sung by Lord Siva, be the constant object of my vision.

O Lord of the demigods, please quickly remove this useless material existence I am undergoing. O Lord of the Yadus, please destroy this vast ocean of sins that has no shore. Alas, this is certain that Lord Jagannatha’s lotus feet are bestowed upon those who feel fallen and have no shelter in this world but Him. May that Jagannatha Swami be the object of my vision.

The self-retrained, virtuous soul who recites these eight verses glorifying Lord Jagannatha becomes cleansed of all sins and duly proceeds to Lord Visnu’s abode.

Thus ends the eighth stanza hymn Jagannathastakam composed by Srimat Sankaracarya.

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