You can read the Dhyanam part from page 3 onwards and on page 5 we get the verses in your questions:. It is Dhayana Sloka of Vishnu Sahasranamam. Don’t think you’ll find this particular Dhyana Sloka there. I’m unable to copy sanskrit verses from that document hence given the image as a reference. Jan 31 ’17 at 5: It’s not found in the Mahabharata, but it may be found in some Puranas.
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So don’t be surprised if the same verses are found in Puranas or other Shastras. You can search for VSS slokha from shanat answer and then go to the beginning.
They are providing the Anushasana Parva’s version of the Sahasranamam along with the verses that are customarily recited along with it. They are together called the shanta karam bhujaga shayanam Vishnu Sahasranamams”. May Bhagavan Mukunda purify us as he is seated on the Ocean of Milk in the surroundings of sand that reflects the illumination of precious gems while wearing garlands of pearls transparent like crystals and adorned with Gada-Shankha-Chakra-Padma besides smiles of blissful trance showering rains of nectar from pure clouds over head on the blue skies; I salute Vishnu with admiration and deep veneration as He his iaram representing the Three Worlds apppears as though Earth is His Sacred Bhujaa, Sky His Navel, Air as His breathing, Sun and Moon as His bhujagz, Dishas hbujaga Directions as His ears, Heaven as His head, Fire as His Countenance and Oceans as His stomach.
Is right, the Shantakaram Shloka is not present in the Anushasana Parva. Indeed to that unparalleled Bhagavan Vishnu, my sincere salutations and Prayers Here is another link for the Vishnu Sahsranama Stotram from Mahabharata: I salute Vishnu who contains shanta karam bhujaga shayanam Universe in totality shaywnam Devas, humanity, birds, cattle, snakes, Gandharvas, Demons and so on all of whom act and play in their own ways and means. Jan 31 ’17 at 5: I am not saying that the Kamakoti website is wrong.
Anyways,the verse in question appears within the Dhyana Sloka of the Vishnu Sahasranama that is from the Anushasanika Parva of Mahabharata.
“Shantakaram Bhujagashayanam” – a Vedic Invocation to Vishnu
Of which the Kamakoti is an authority. You can read the Dhyanam part from page 3 onwards and on page 5 we get the verses in your questions:. It’s not found in the Mahabharata, but it may be found in some Puranas. There is shayaham stotra in Garuda purana also.
But i don’t know which scripture has that sloka. Please tell me the source of this shloka. You can read the Dhyanam part from page 3 onwards and on page 5 we get the verses in your questions: Shanta karam bhujaga shayanam 31 ’17 at 6: I thought it was in Shri Ramcharitmanas and Shri Tulsidas ji was the author of this shloka but I was wrong. Here is another shanga for the Vishnu Sahsranama Stotram from Mahabharata:.
Shaantaakaaram Bhujagashayanam- Vishnu Mantra – Meaning, Benefits
I’m unable to copy sanskrit verses from that document hence given the image as a reference. I don’t think Dhyana Slokas are part of nhujaga Mahabharata. Could be a sampradaya thing which originated later.
Indeed to that unparalleled Bhagavan Vishnu, shanta karam bhujaga shayanam sincere salutations and Prayers. Given the way our scriptures are handed down from generations it is not that easy to come to any conclusions by personally verifying one or two manuscripts that r available.
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