Prahlada Sthuthi Malayalam 12.pdf
Prahlada Sthuthi Malayalam 12.pdf
Prahlada Sthuthi is a devotional hymn composed by Thunchathu Ezhuthachan, a renowned poet and scholar of Malayalam language. It is based on the Srimad Bhagavatam, where Lord Prahlada praises and prays to Lord Narasimha, the half-man half-lion incarnation of Lord Vishnu, after he saves him from his father Hiranyakashipu, a tyrannical demon king. The hymn is very touching and expresses the devotion and surrender of Prahlada to the supreme Lord. The first part of the hymn is almost in Sanskrit and the later part in Malayalam.
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The hymn consists of 12 verses, each describing a different aspect of Lord Narasimha and his divine attributes. The verses are as follows:
The first verse salutes Lord Narasimha, who has heavy locks of hair, who is the God of all the worlds, who is the ocean of truth, strength and valour, who has eyes that spread fire and has a long tongue, whose powerful figure is similar to raging fire, who has eight hands whose power is extended limitlessly, and who has teeth and nails capable of destroying evil people.
The second verse salutes the great ocean of mercy, who has a fierce chest, thighs, knee, calves and feet, and whose very fierce voice makes the three worlds tremble.
The third verse salutes the great power that has the great mega form, which is like a drop of the great destroying ocean of deluge.
The fourth verse salutes Lord Vishnu, who is the chief of all worlds, who is like the luster that spreads from earth to the sky, who is the perennial form formed out of boundless joy, and who is being worshipped by Indra, Shiva and Brahma.
The fifth verse salutes the great God meditated upon by great souls, who consoles people suffering due to great passions, rolling in the waves of the ocean of miserable life, who has the form that can be known by Vedanta, who is being served by gods like Lord Brahma, who is first, birthless, Lord Vishnu and consort of Lakshmi, who took the form of fish and destroyed the asuras, who is fit to be known in various ways,
The sixth verse continues to salute the Lord who took various forms such as tortoise, boar and others, who is unchanging and supports the wish-fulfilling tree for his devotees, who has golden complexion and lotus-like eyes, who is full of illusion and destroyed Madhu and Kaitabha demons, who destroyed his own father Hiranyakashipu in his Narasimha form,
The seventh verse praises the Lord as the eternal abode of liberation for those who seek him at the time of death, as Narayana, as the refuge of all beings and as the supreme self.
The eighth verse expresses Prahlada's gratitude to the Lord for saving him from his father's wrath and for granting him his grace. He says that he does not want anything else from the Lord except his devotion.
The ninth verse requests the Lord to protect him from all dangers and enemies. He says that he has no other refuge than the Lord's feet.
The tenth verse declares that Prahlada has attained supreme bliss by seeing the Lord's form. He says that he does not want anything else in this world or in heaven.
The eleventh verse describes how Prahlada was blessed by the Lord with all auspiciousness and prosperity. He says that he was able to rule his kingdom with justice and righteousness by following the Lord's commands.
The twelfth verse concludes the hymn by saying that whoever recites this hymn with faith and devotion will be freed from all sins and sorrows and will attain the supreme abode of Vishnu.
The hymn can be downloaded as a PDF file from [this link]. It can also be listened to as an audio file or watched as a video from [this website]. The hymn is very powerful and can help one to overcome obstacles and enemies, to get rid of fear of death and diseases, and to attain peace and happiness.