Chant These Mantras and Offer 108 Flowers to Surya Bhagavan

Chant These Mantras and Mentally Offer 108 Flowers to Surya Bhagavan

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Experience the profound benefits of offering 108 flowers to Surya Bhagavan, the Sun God, while chanting powerful Vedic mantras. This sacred ritual is believed to attract divine blessings, enhance positive energy, and promote overall well-being. Each flower offered symbolizes devotion and gratitude, while the mantras invoke Surya Bhagavan's grace and protection. By performing this ritual, you align yourself with the sun's life-giving energy, fostering spiritual growth, health, and prosperity. Embrace this ancient practice to invite light, positivity, and divine favor into your life, connecting deeply with the cosmic source of energy and vitality.

ॐ आदित्याय नमः, ॐ सवित्रे नमः, ॐ सूर्याय नमः, ॐ अर्काय नमः, ॐ शीघ्रगाय नमः, ॐ रवये नमः, ॐ भगाय नमः, ॐ त्वष्ट्रे नमः, ॐ अर्यम्णे नमः, ॐ हंसाय नमः, ॐ हेलिने नमः, ॐ तेजसे नमः, ॐ निधये नमः, ॐ हरये नमः, ॐ दिननाथाय नमः, ॐ दिनकराय नमः, ॐ सप्तसप्तये नमः, ॐ प्रभाकराय नमः, ॐ विभावसवे नमः, ॐ वेदकर्त्रे नमः, ॐ वेदाङ्गाय नमः, ॐ वेदवाहनाय नमः, ॐ हरिदश्वाय नमः, ॐ कालवक्त्राय नमः, ॐ कर्मसाक्षिणे नमः, ॐ जगत्पतये नमः, ॐ पद्मिनीबोधकाय नमः, ॐ भानवे नमः, ॐ भास्कराय नमः, ॐ करुणाकराय नमः, ॐ द्वादशात्मने नमः, ॐ विश्वकर्मणे नमः, ॐ लोहिताङ्गाय नमः, ॐ तमोनुदाय नमः, ॐ जगन्नाथाय नमः, ॐ अरविन्दाक्षाय नमः, ॐ कालात्मने नमः, ॐ कश्यपात्मजाय नमः, ॐ भूताश्रयाय नमः, ॐ ग्रहपतये नमः, ॐ सर्वलोकनमस्कृताय नमः, ॐ जपाकुसुमसङ्काशाय नमः, ॐ भास्वते नमः, ॐ अदितिनन्दनाय नमः, ॐ ध्वान्तेभसिंहाय नमः, ॐ सर्वात्मने नमः, ॐ लोकनेत्राय नमः, ॐ विकर्तनाय नमः, ॐ मार्तण्डाय नमः, ॐ मिहिराय नमः, ॐ सूरये नमः, ॐ तपनाय नमः, ॐ लोकतापनाय नमः, ॐ जगत्कर्त्रे नमः, ॐ जगत्साक्षिणे नमः, ॐ शनैश्चरपित्रे नमः, ॐ जयाय नमः, ॐ सहस्ररश्मये नमः, ॐ तरण्ये नमः, ॐ भगवते नमः, ॐ भक्तवत्सलाय नमः, ॐ विवस्वानादिदेवाय नमः, ॐ देवदेवाय नमः, ॐ दिवाकराय नमः, ॐ धन्वन्तरये नमः, ॐ व्याधिहर्त्रे नमः, ॐ दद्रुकुष्ठविनाशनाय नमः, ॐ चराचरात्मने नमः, ॐ मैत्रेयाय नमः, ॐ अमिताय नमः, ॐ विष्णवे नमः, ॐ विकर्तनाय नमः, ॐ दुःखशोकापहर्त्रे नमः, ॐ कमलाकराय नमः, ॐ आत्मभुवे नमः, ॐ नारायणाय नमः, ॐ महादेवाय नमः, ॐ रुद्राय नमः, ॐ पुरुषाय नमः, ॐ ईश्वराय नमः, ॐ जीवात्मने नमः, ॐ परमात्मने नमः, ॐ सूक्ष्मात्मने नमः, ॐ सर्वतोमुखाय नमः, ॐ इन्द्राय नमः, ॐ अनलाय नमः, ॐ यमाय नमः, ॐ नैरृताय नमः, ॐ वरुणाय नमः, ॐ अनिलाय नमः, ॐ श्रीदाय नमः, ॐ ईशानाय नमः, ॐ इन्दवे नमः, ॐ भौमाय नमः, ॐ सौम्याय नमः, ॐ गुरवे नमः, ॐ कवये नमः, ॐ शौरये नमः, ॐ विधुन्तुदाय नमः, ॐ केतवे नमः, ॐ कालाय नमः, ॐ कालात्मकाय नमः, ॐ विभवे नमः, ॐ सर्वदेवमयाय नमः, ॐ देवाय नमः, ॐ कृष्णाय नमः, ॐ कामप्रदायकाय नमः।

om aadityaaya namah', om savitre namah', om sooryaaya namah',  om arkaaya namah', om sheeghragaaya namah', om ravaye namah', om bhagaaya namah', om tvasht're namah', om aryamne namah', om ham'saaya namah', om heline namah', om tejase namah', om nidhaye namah', om haraye namah', om dinanaathaaya namah', om dinakaraaya namah', om saptasaptaye namah', om prabhaakaraaya namah', om vibhaavasave namah', om vedakartre namah', om vedaangaaya namah', om vedavaahanaaya namah', om haridashvaaya namah', om kaalavaktraaya namah', om karmasaakshine namah', om jagatpataye namah', om padmineebodhakaaya namah', om bhaanave namah', om bhaaskaraaya namah', om karunaakaraaya namah', om dvaadashaatmane namah', om vishvakarmane namah', om lohitaangaaya namah', om tamonudaaya namah', om jagannaathaaya namah', om aravindaakshaaya namah', om kaalaatmane namah', om kashyapaatmajaaya namah', om bhootaashrayaaya namah', om grahapataye namah', om sarvalokanamaskri'taaya namah', om japaakusumasankaashaaya namah', om bhaasvate namah', om aditinandanaaya namah', om dhvaantebhasim'haaya namah', om sarvaatmane namah', om lokanetraaya namah', om vikartanaaya namah', om maartand'aaya namah', om mihiraaya namah', om sooraye namah', om tapanaaya namah', om lokataapanaaya namah', om jagatkartre namah', om jagatsaakshine namah', om shanaishcharapitre namah', om jayaaya namah', om sahasrarashmaye namah', om taranye namah', om bhagavate namah', om bhaktavatsalaaya namah', om vivasvaanaadidevaaya namah', om devadevaaya namah', om divaakaraaya namah', om dhanvantaraye namah', om vyaadhihartre namah', om dadrukusht'havinaashanaaya namah', om charaacharaatmane namah', om maitreyaaya namah', om amitaaya namah', om vishnave namah', om vikartanaaya namah', om duh'khashokaapahartre namah', om kamalaakaraaya namah', om aatmabhuve namah', om naaraayanaaya namah', om mahaadevaaya namah', om rudraaya namah', om purushaaya namah', om eeshvaraaya namah', om jeevaatmane namah', om paramaatmane namah', om sookshmaatmane namah', om sarvatomukhaaya namah', om indraaya namah', om analaaya namah', om yamaaya namah', om nairri'taaya namah', om varunaaya namah', om anilaaya namah', om shreedaaya namah', om eeshaanaaya namah', om indave namah', om bhaumaaya namah', om saumyaaya namah', om gurave namah', om kavaye namah', om shauraye namah', om vidhuntudaaya namah', om ketave namah', om kaalaaya namah', om kaalaatmakaaya namah', om vibhave namah', om sarvadevamayaaya namah', om devaaya namah', om kri'shnaaya namah', om kaamapradaayakaaya namah'.

Salutations to आदित्याय (Āditya - the Sun), सवित्रे (Savitṛ - the Stimulator), सूर्याय (Sūrya - the Sun), अर्काय (Arka - the Radiant), शीघ्रगाय (Śīghragā - the Swift-moving), रवये (Ravi - the Sun), भगाय (Bhaga - the Dispenser of wealth), त्वष्ट्रे (Tvaṣṭṛ - the Fashioner), अर्यम्णे (Aryaman - the Noble), हंसाय (Haṃsa - the Swan), हेलिने (Helī - the Violent), तेजसे (Tejas - the Radiance), निधये (Nidhi - the Treasure), हरये (Hari - the Lord), दिननाथाय (Dīnanātha - the Lord of the Day), दिनकराय (Dīnakara - the Day-maker), सप्तसप्तये (Saptasapti - the Seven-horsed), प्रभाकराय (Prabhākara - the Light-maker), विभावसवे (Vibhāvasu - the Lustrous), वेदकर्त्रे (Vedakartṛ - the Creator of the Vedas), वेदाङ्गाय (Vedāṅga - the Limb of the Vedas), वेदवाहनाय (Vedavāhana - the Carrier of the Vedas), हरिदश्वाय (Haridaśva - the One with green horses), कालवक्त्राय (Kālavaktra - the Face of Time), कर्मसाक्षिणे (Karma-sākṣin - the Witness of deeds), जगत्पतये (Jagat-pati - the Lord of the world), पद्मिनीबोधकाय (Padminībodhaka - the Awakener of lotuses), भानवे (Bhānu - the Brilliant), भास्कराय (Bhāskara - the Illuminator), करुणाकराय (Karuṇākara - the Compassionate), द्वादशात्मने (Dvādaśātmā - the One with twelve forms), विश्वकर्मणे (Viśvakarma - the All-creator), लोहिताङ्गाय (Lohitāṅga - the Red-bodied), तमोनुदाय (Tamo-nuda - the Disperser of darkness), जगन्नाथाय (Jagannātha - the Lord of the universe), अरविन्दाक्षाय (Aravindākṣa - the Lotus-eyed), कालात्मने (Kāla-ātmā - the Soul of time), कश्यपात्मजाय (Kaśyapa-ātmaja - the Son of Kaśyapa), भूताश्रयाय (Bhūta-āśraya - the Refuge of beings), ग्रहपतये (Grahapati - the Lord of planets), सर्वलोकनमस्कृताय (Sarvalokanamaskṛta - the Worshipped by all worlds), जपाकुसुमसङ्काशाय (Japākusuma-saṅkāśa - the One resembling the Hibiscus flower), भास्वते (Bhāsva - the Shining), अदितिनन्दनाय (Aditi-nandana - the Son of Aditi), ध्वान्तेभसिंहाय (Dhvāntebhasimhaya - the Dispeller of darkness), सर्वात्मने (Sarvātma - the Soul of all), लोकनेत्राय (Lokanetra - the Eye of the world), विकर्तनाय (Vikarṭana - the One who tears apart), मार्तण्डाय (Mārtaṇḍa - the Offspring of Mṛttāṇḍa), मिहिराय (Mihira - the Sun), सूरये (Sūrya - the Sun), तपनाय (Tapana - the Hot), लोकतापनाय (Lokatāpana - the One who heats the world), जगत्कर्त्रे (Jagatkartṛ - the Creator of the world), जगत्साक्षिणे (Jagatsākṣin - the Witness of the world), शनैश्चरपित्रे (Śanaiścara-pitra - the Father of Saturn), जयाय (Jaya - the Victorious), सहस्ररश्मये (Sahasra-raśmi - the Thousand-rayed), तरण्ये (Taraṇi - the Swimmer), भगवते (Bhagavān - the Divine), भक्तवत्सलाय (Bhaktavatsala - the Lover of devotees), विवस्वानादिदेवाय (Vivasvān - the Brilliant Ādi-deva - the First god), देवदेवाय (Deva-deva - the God of gods) , दिवाकराय (Divākara - the Day-maker), धन्वन्तरये (Dhanvantari - the Physician of gods), व्याधिहर्त्रे (Vyādhi-hartṛ - the Remover of diseases), दद्रुकुष्ठविनाशनाय (Dadru-kuṣṭha-vināśana - the Destroyer of leprosy), चराचरात्मने (Carācara-ātmā - the Soul of the moving and non-moving), मैत्रेयाय (Maitreya - the Friend), अमिताय (Amita - the Infinite), विष्णवे (Viṣṇu - the All-pervading), विकर्तनाय (Vikarṭana - the One who tears apart), दुःखशोकापहर्त्रे (Duḥkha-śoka-apahartṛ - the Remover of sorrow and grief), कमलाकराय (Kamalākara - the Abode of lotuses), आत्मभुवे (Ātma-bhū - the Self-existent), नारायणाय (Nārāyaṇa - the Refuge of humans), महादेवाय (Mahādeva - the Great god), रुद्राय (Rudra - the Fierce), पुरुषाय (Puruṣa - the Cosmic Person), ईश्वराय (Īśvara - the Lord), जीवात्मने (Jīvātmā - the Individual soul), परमात्मने (Paramātmā - the Supreme soul), सूक्ष्मात्मने (Sūkṣmātmā - the Subtle soul), सर्वतोमुखाय (Sarvatomukha - the All-faced), इन्द्राय (Indra - the Lord of gods), अनलाय (Anala - the Fire), यमाय (Yama - the God of death), नैरृताय (Nairṛta - the God of the south-west), वरुणाय (Varuṇa - the God of water), अनिलाय (Anila - the Wind), श्रीदाय (Śrīda - the Giver of wealth), ईशानाय (Īśāna - the Ruler), इन्दवे (Indu - the Moon), भौमाय (Bhauma - the Son of Bhūmi), सौम्याय (Saumya - the Gentle), गुरवे (Guru - the Teacher), कवये (Kavi - the Poet), शौरये (Śaura - the Valiant), विधुन्तुदाय (Vidhuntu - the Destroyer of darkness), केतवे (Ketu - the Comet), कालाय (Kāla - the Time), कालात्मकाय (Kālātmakā - the Essence of time), विभवे (Vibhava - the Prosperous), सर्वदेवमयाय (Sarvadevamaya - the One encompassing all gods), देवाय (Deva - the God), कृष्णाय (Kṛṣṇa - the Dark-complexioned), कामप्रदायकाय (Kāmapradāyaka - the Giver of desires).

 

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What is the purpose of spiritual practices?

According to Narada-bhakti-sutra.31-32, bliss is natural and ever-present within oneself. Spiritual practices only remove obstructions in the enjoyment of this bliss. As an infant, a prince is lost in the forest. He was raised as a forester. He is discovered a few years later and taken back to the palace. Princehood was not conferred on him as a result of this. He was always a prince. It just removed the obstruction that prevented him from enjoying his status as a prince. This is the role that spiritual practices also play.

Why is Arthashastra so famous?

Arthashastra is a vast and in-depth treatise on statecraft, warcraft, and economics. The Mauryan empire extending from the middle east up to Bengal was created based on the principles of Arthashastra. It has a lot of contemporary relevance even though it was written nearly 25 centuries ago. Many of our statesmen and policymakers have been inspired by and drawn ideas from the Arthashastra.

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