Achyuthashtakam – Version I

Achyuthashtakam

Achyutah is another name to Bhagavan Narayan.  Achyutah means one who will never lose His inherent nature & powers (infallible).  Achuthastakam is praise & worship of Lord Narayana.
Version-I

Achyuthachutha, hare paramathman,
Rama Krishna purushottama vishno,
Vasudeva bhagawan aniruddha,
Sree pathe ! samaya dhukka masesham.

That Hari who is the soul of soul, Who has no death, Who causes death at time of deluge, Who is Rama and Krisna rolled in one, Who is the greatest among males, Who is the God of all the world, Who never can be stopped, And who is the lord of Goddess Lakshmi, Be pleased to destroy all my sorrows.

Viswa mangala vibho jagadheesa,
Nanda nandana nrusimha narendra,
Mukthi dayaka mukunda murare,
Sree pathe samaya dukka masesham

The god of all universe who does good to all the world, Who is the essence of all truth, Who is the son of Lord Nanda gopa, Who is the man-lion god, Who is the king among men, Who grants redemption from all ills, Who gives immortal bliss, And who is the lord of Goddess Lakshmi, Be pleased to destroy all my sorrows

Ramachandra raghu nayaka deva,
Dheena nathe dhuritha kshya Karin,
Yadavendra yadhu bhooshna yagna,
Sree pathe samaya dukka masesham.

The God who is the leader of the Raghu clan, Who is Sri Rama Chandra, Who is the god of the oppressed, Who brings to end all suffering, Who is king of the clan of Yadavas, Who is the ornament of the Yadu clan, Who is the great fire sacrifice, And who is the lord of Goddess Lakshmi, Be pleased to destroy all my sorrows.

Devaki thanaya dhukka davagne,
Radhika ramans ramya sumurthe,
Dhukka mochana dayarnava nadha,
Sree pathe samaya dukka masesham.

The God who is the son of Devaki, Who is the forest fore that burns down all sorrows,
Who plays happily with Radhika, Who has a very heart pleasing form, Who saves us from all sorrows, Who is the ocean of mercy, And who is the lord of Goddess Lakshmi, Be pleased to destroy all my sorrows

Gopika vadana chandra Chakora,
Nithya nirguna niranjana jishno,
Poorna roopa jaya sankara soure,
Sree pathe samaya dukka masesham.

The God who is the bird that drinks the beauty of all gopis, Who is forever permanent, Who is without any properties, Who is pure truth, Who is forever victorious, Who is the the full bodied form, Who is the sankara born in dynasty of the sun, And who is the lord of Goddess Lakshmi, Be pleased to destroy all my sorrows

Gokulesa giri dharana dheera,
Yamunacha thata kelana lola,
Naradhadhi muni vandhitha pada,
Sree pathe samaya dukka masesham.

The God who is the Lord of Gokula, Who is the hero who lifted the mountain,
Who likes to play for ever in the banks of Yamuna, Whose feet is worshipped by Narada and other sages, And who is the lord of Goddess Lakshmi, Be pleased to destroy all my sorrows.

Dwarakadhipa durantha gunabhde,
Prnana natha paripoorna bhaware,
Jnana gamya guna sagara Brahman,
Sree pathe samaya dukka masesham.

The God who is Lord of Dwaraka, Who is the endless ocean of good, Who is the Lord of the soul, Who is complete in all ways, Who destroys sorrows of the world, Who is to be only approached by pure knowledge, Who is the Brahman, who is ocean of all good qualities, And who is the lord of Goddess Lakshmi, Be pleased to destroy all my sorrows

Dushta nirdalana deva dayalo.
Padma nabha dharani dhara dharmin,
Ravananthaka ramesa murare,
Sree pathe samaya dukka masesham.

The God who is store house of mercy, Who destroys all bad ones, Who has a lotus in his belly, Who carries the earth, Who is the ultimate in piety, Who killed Ravana, Who is the Lord of Lakshmi, Who killed Mura, And who is the lord of Goddess Lakshmi, Be pleased to destroy all my sorrows.

||Phalasruthi||
Achyuthashtakam idham ramaneeyam ,
Nirmitham bhava bhayam vinihanthum,
Ya pated vishaya vrithi nivarthin,
Janma dukha makilam sajahathi.

Fruit of naration:
This octet singing about Achyutha, Which is a balm to the soul, Was written to destroy all fears. The one who reads this, Gets rid of all sorrows, And leaves away the pains of this birth.

About Divine Light

A closer look at any activity will reveal the truth that one's own contribution to it is negligible compared to the things provided by nature and the role of the unseen hand in facilitating it.
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