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10 Gurus of Sikhism

Posted on 04-05-2022

Names of 10 Gurus of Sikhs: There have been 10 Gurus of Sikhism. Guru Nanak Dev Ji was the originator (Janak) of Sikhism, after him, there have been 9 more Gurus. The tenth and last Guru of Sikhism was Gobind Singh. Notes related to 10 Gurus of Sikhism.

1. Guru Nanak Dev Ji (1469-1539)

  • Guru Nanak Dev, the originator of Sikhism, was born on 15 April 1469 at a place called Talwandi.
  • It was Guru Nanak Dev Ji who founded Sikhism.
  • Nanak’s father’s name was Kalyanchand (Mehta Kalu Ji) and his mother’s name was Tripta.
  • After the birth of Nanak ji, Talwandi was named Nankana. Presently this place is located in Pakistan.
  • Nanak ji was married to a woman named Sulakkhani.
  • Nanak Ji had two sons, Srichand and Lakshmichand.
  • Nanak Ji had established a city named Kartarpur, which is located in present-day Pakistan. Guru Nanak ji died at this place in 1539.
  • In 1496, on the night of Kartik Purnima, he attained knowledge.
  • Guru Nanak Dev Ji had established Sangat and Pangat. Sangat means dharamsala and pangat means anchoring.

2.

Guru Angad Dev Ji (1539-1552)

  • Guru Angad Dev Ji was the second Guru of the Sikhs.
  • Guru Nanak Dev had made him his successor, leaving his two sons.
  • He was born on March 31, 1504, in Ferozepur, Punjab.
  • His father’s name was Feru Ji, who was a businessman by profession. His mother’s name was Rama Ji.
  • Guru Angad Dev is also known as Lahina ji.
  • He gave birth to the Gurmukhi script.
  • He was married to a woman named Khivi.
  • They had 4 children. They had 2 sons and 2 daughters.
  • Guru Angad Dev Ji lived with Guru Nanak Dev for about 7 years and then sat on the throne of the Sikh Panth.
  • Guru Angad Dev Ji remained in his post from September 1539 to March 1552.
  • Guru Angad Dev Ji started the system of langar permanently, away from the discrimination of caste and creed, and started the promotion of the Punjabi language.

3. Guru Amar Das ji (1552-1574)

  • Guru Amar Das became the third Guru of Sikhism after Guru Angad Dev Ji.
  • At the age of 61, he made Guru Angad Dev his guru and served him continuously since then.
  • Seeing his service and dedication, Guru Angad Dev handed over his throne to him.
  • Guru Amar Das died on September 1, 1574.
  • Guru Amar Das opposed the practice of Sati and encouraged inter-caste marriage and widow marriage.

4. Guru Ramdas Ji (1574-1581)

  • Guru Ramdas ji was the son-in-law of Guru Amardas.
  • Guru Ramdas Ji was born in Lahore.
  • His mother died in his childhood and his father also died at the age of 7 years. After that, he lived with his grandmother.
  • Seeing their tolerance, humility, and obedience, Guru Amardas Ji married his younger daughter with them.
  • Guru Ramdas had established a city named «Amrit Sarovar» in 1577 AD. Which later became famous as Amritsar.
  • The Mughal emperor Akbar of the Mughal Empire respected him a lot. At the behest of Guru Ramdas Ji, Akbar waived the rent of Punjab for one year.

5. Guru Arjun Dev (1581–1606)

  • Guru Arjun Dev was born on 15 April 1563.
  • Guru Arjun Dev called himself the true king.
  • Guru Arjun Dev was the son of the fourth Guru Ramdas.
  • He got the Amrit Sarovar constructed and the «Harmandir Sahib» (Golden Temple) built in it, the foundation of which was laid by the hands of Sufi saint Mian Mir.
  • The credit for composing the religious text (Adi Granth) also goes to him.
  • Jahangir, for helping him in the rebellion of his son Khusro, caught Guru Arjun Dev and was tortured for five days, which he endured, then on 30 May 1606, he was put on a hot pan and hot sand and oil were poured over him. At this time it was getting scorching heat in Lahore.  Due to these severe tortures, Guru Arjun Dev fainted and his body was thrown into the Ravi river.
  • In the memory of Guru Arjun Dev Ji, ‘Gurdwara Dera Sahib’ has been built on the banks of river Ravi, which is presently located in Pakistan.

6. Guru Hargobind Singh (1606-1645)

  • Guru Hargobind Singh was the son of the fifth Guru Arjan Dev, his mother’s name was Ganga.
  • He inspired the Sikhs to take up arms training.
  • It was Guru Hargobind Singh who gave the form of a warrior to the Sikh sect.
  • He had formed a small army.  Due to this, he had to remain in Mughal captivity for 12 years.
  • After his release, Guru Hargobind Singh revolted against Shah Jahan and defeated the Imperial Mughal army in 1628 AD in a battle near Amritsar.
  • The Akal Takht was also built by Guru Hargobind Singh.
  • He died in 1644 AD in Kiratpur, Punjab.

7. Guru Harrai (1645-1661)

  • Guru Har Rai Sahib Ji was the younger son of Baba Gurdita Ji, son of the sixth Guru of Sikhism, Hargobind Singh.
  • Guru Har Rai was married to Kishan Kaur, and they had two sons, Ram Rai Ji and Harkishan Sahib Ji.
  • Guru Har Rai had helped Aurangzeb’s brother Dara Shikoh in the rebellion.
  • Guru Har Rai died in 1661 AD.

8. Guru Harkishan Sahib (1661-1664)

  • Guru Harkishan Sahib was born on July 7, 1656, in Kartarpur Sahib, and was the son of the seventh Guru Har Rai.
  • Guru Harkishan Sahib attained the throne in 1661 at the age of just 5 years.
  • Aurangzeb opposed them due to his young age.
  • To settle this dispute, when he went to Delhi to meet Aurangzeb, there was an epidemic of cholera.  Guru Harkishan Sahib Ji himself suffered from smallpox after providing health benefits to many people.
  • He died on 30 March 1664. In his last moments the words «Baba Bakale» came out of his mouth. Which meant that the next Sikh Guru would be traced from the village of Bakale.
  • At the same time, Guru Harkishan Sahib had also instructed in the last moments that no one would cry after his death.

9. Guru Tegh Bahadur Singh (1664-1675)

  • Guru Tegh Bahadur Singh was born on 18 April 1621 in Punjab.
  • Guru Tegh Bahadur Singh sacrificed everything for religious freedom.  In the true sense, Guru Tegh Bahadur Singh is called «Hind ki Chadar».
  • During this time, Aurangzeb was forcibly converting religion. Disturbed by this, Kashmiri Pandits came to the shelter of Guru Tegh Bahadur, then he said go and tell Aurangzeb that if he makes me accept Islam, then all of us will also accept Islam.
  • Attempts were made to convert Guru Tegh Bahadur Singh to Islam by first greed and then torture in the court of Aurangzeb.
  • Two of his favorite disciples were killed in front of him by Aurangzeb for converting to Islam.
  • When Aurangzeb was not successful in the end, the head of Guru Tegh Bahadur Singh was cut off on 24 November 1675 at Chandni Chowk. Is.

10.

Guru Gobind Singh (1675-1708)

  • The tenth and last Guru of the Sikhs, Guru Gobind Singh was born on 22 December 1666 in Patna.
  • Guru Gobind Singh was the son of Guru Tegh Bahadur Singh, the 9th Guru of the Sikhs. He sat on the throne at the age of 9.
  • He decided to avenge his father’s death and raised the sword in his hand.
  • His elder son Baba Ajit Singh and another son Baba Jujhar Singh attained martyrdom in the battle of Chamkaur. On 22 December 1704, a historic war was fought between the Sikhs and the Mughals at a place called Chamkaur on the banks of the Sirsa River.
  • His two sons, Baba Zorawar Singh and Fateh Singh were elected alive in the wall on the orders of the Mughal governor Wazir Khan.
  • The tenth and last Guru of the Sikhs, Gobind Singh, was assassinated by a Pathan in Nanded in October 1708. Before that, he founded the Khalsa Panth and abolished the Guru system.
  • Guru Gobind Singh called the «Guru Granth Sahib» established by the fifth Guru Arjun Dev as the next Guru.

 

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Family Relationships — Members of the Family Names

The ‘family’ is the basic ‘atomic’ structure and essential social unit in Sikhism; it is the common unit which collectively forms communities. The family is the strong and noble Sikh core institution which has been promoted since the time of Guru Nanak. It was this social unit which was most important for all the Sikh Gurus who preached the ‘life of a house-holder’ rather than the ‘life of renunciation’ which was prevalent in other cultures of the time. All the Sikh Gurus were members of the ‘family unit’; all adult Sikh Gurus were married while the eighth Sikh Guru, Guru Harkrishan was a ‘bala’ or “child Guru”.

The Gurus believed that the family unit through procreation ensures the continuation and existence of healthy societies; without the ‘family unit’ there is risk to the future of secure societies. In addition, the family has economic and educational functions to perform; so when family life runs in a smooth and happy manner, it creates a strong engine where societies and communities can prosper and flourish in a safe and secure environment. A strong ‘family unit system’ ensures a successful biological, economical and spiritual future of human societies!

Relatives of Sri Guru Nanak Dev ji

  • Grandparents: Mata Banarasi Baba Shiv Ram

  • Grandparents (Maternal): Mata Bhirai Baba Rama

  • Parents: Kalyan Das( Kalu Mehta) Mata Tripta ji

  • Uncle: Baba Lalu

  • In-Laws: Baba Mool Chand Mata Chando Rani

  • Wife: Bibi Sulakhni

  • Siblings: Bibi Nanaki

  • Brother-in-law: Bhai Jai Ram

  • Children: Baba Sri Chand Baba Lakhmi Das

 

Relatives of Guru Angad Dev

  • Parents : Bhai Pheru Mall Mata Daya Kaur

  • Wife: Mata Khivi

  • Children : Baba Dasu Baba Dattu Bibi Amro Bibi Anokhi

  • Inlaws: Karan Devi Bhai Devi Chand

  • Grandfather : Bhai Gahnu Mall

 Relatives of Guru Amar Das

  • Parents : Tej Bhan Mata Lacchmi

  • Wife : Mata Mansa Devi

  • Siblings : Bhai Mohan Bhai Mohri Bibi Dani Bibi Bhani

  • Children: Bibi Bhani

  • GrandSons : Guru Arjan Dev

  • Son In Law : Guru Ram Das Bhai Rama

  • Grand Parents : Baba Hari, Mata Milavi , Bhai Dev Chand

  • Brothers : Ishar Das , Khem Rai , Manak Chand

 Relatives of Guru Ram Das

  • Parents : Haridas & Mata Anup Devi
  • Brother/Sisters : -N.

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  • Spouse : Bibi Bhani
  • Children : Sons – Baba Prithi Chandi, Baba Maha Dev , Guru Arjan Dev

 Relatives of Guru Arjan Dev

  • Parents : Guru Ram Das and Bibi Bhani
  • Brother/Sisters : Baba Prithi Chand , Baba Maha Dev
  • Spouse : Mata Ganga
  • Children : Sons – Guru Hargobind
 

Relatives of Guru HarGobind

  • Parents : Guru Arjan Dev & Mata Ganga
  • Brother/Sisters : -N.A-
  • Spouse : Mata Nanaki, Mata Mahadevi, Mata Damodari
  • Children : Sons – Baba Gurditta, Baba Suraj Mal, Baba Ani Rai, Baba Atal Rai & Guru Tegh Bahadur
  • Daughter – Bibi Viro

 Relatives of Guru HarRai

  • Parents : Baba Gurdita & Mata Nihal Kaur
  • Brother/Sisters : Brother – Dhir Mall
  • Spouse : Mata Krishen Kaur
  • Children : Baba Ram Rai & Guru Har Krishan

 Relatives of Guru Har Kishan

  • Parents : Guru Har Rai & Mata Krishen Kaur
  • Brother/Sisters : Brother – Baba Ram Rai

 Relatives of Guru Tegh Bahadur

  • Parents : Guru Har Gobind & Mata Nanaki
  • Brother/Sisters : Brother – Baba Gurditta, Baba Suraj Mal, Baba Ani Rai, Baba Atal Rai
  • Sister – Bibi Viro
  • Spouse : Mata Gujri
  • Children : Guru Gobind Singh

 Relatives of Guru Gobind Singh

  • Parents : Guru Tegh Bahadur & Mata Gujri

  • Spouse : Mata Jeeto aka Mata Sundri

  • Children : Zorawar Singh, Ajit Singh, Jujhar Singh, Fateh Singh

 

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108 names of Jupiter (Guru) — Puja Info

1. Om Gurave Namaha

2. Om Guna-karaya Namaha

3. Om Goptre Namaha

4. Om Gokaraya Namaha

5. Om Gopati-priyaya Namaha

6. Om Guniwe Namaha

7. Om Guna-vatam Strep-thaya Namaha

8. Om Guru-nam Gurave Namaha

9. Om Avya-yaya Namaha

10. Om Jetre Namaha

11. Om Jayan-thaya Namaha

12. Om Jaya-daya Namaha

13. Om Jivaya Namaha

14. Om Anan-thaya Namaha

15. Om Jaya-vahaya Namaha

16. Om Amgirasaya Namaha

17. Om Adhvara-maktaya Namaha

18. Om Vivi-ktaya Namaha

19. Om Adhvara Krit-paraya Namaha

20. Om Vachash-pataye Namaha

21. Om Washine Namaha

22. Om Varish-thaya Namaha

23. Om Vasyaya Namaha

24. Om Vag-vach Aksha-naya Namaha

25. Om Chitta Shuddhi Karaya Namaha

26. Om Shrimate Namaha

27. Om Chaitraya Namaha

28. Om Chitra-shikhan Deejaya Namaha

29. Om Brihad Rathaya Namaha

30. Om Brihad-bhanave Namaha

31. Om Brihas Pataye Namaha

32. Om Abhishta-daya Namaha

33. Om Sura-acaryaya Namaha

34. Om Sura-radhyaya Namaha

35. Om Sura-karya Krito-dyamaya Namaha

36. Om Girvan-shakaya Namaha

37. Om Dhanyaya Namaha

38. Om Gish-pataye Namaha

39. Om Giri-shaya Namaha

40. Om Anag-haya Namaha

41. Om Dhiva-raya Namaha

42. Om Dhisa-naya Namaha

43. Om Divya Bhusha-naya Namaha

44. Om Deva Puji-thaya Namaha

45. Om Dhanur-dharaya Namaha

46. ​​Om Daitya-hantre Namaha

47. Om Daya-saraya Namaha

48. Om Darid-dya Nasha-naya Namaha

49. Om Dhanyaya Namaha

50. Om Dakshina-yana Sshambha-vaya Namaha

51. Om Daya-karaya Namaha

52. Om Dhanur-meena Dhipaya Namaha

53. Om Devaya Namaha

54. Om Dhanur-bana Dharaya Namaha

55. Om Haraye Namaha

56. Om Anga-rovar-shana Samji-thaya Namaha

57. Om Angirah-kula Shambha-vaya Namaha

58. Om Sindhu-desha Adhi-paya Namaha

59. Om Dhimate Namaha

60. Om Svarna-kayaya Namaha

61. Om Chatur-bhud-jaya Namaha

62. Om Heman-gadaya Namaha

63. Om Hema-vapushe Namaha

64. Om Hema-bhushana bhushi-taya Namaha

65. Om Pushyan Nathaya Namaha

66. Om Pushya-raga-mani, Manda-namandi Kashha-pushpa, Samana-bhaya Namaha

67. Om Indra-dyamara Sam-ghapaya Namaha

68. Om Asamana-balaya Namaha

69. Om Sattva-guna Sampad-vibha-vasave, Bhu-sura Bhishta-daya Namaha

70. Om Bhuri-yashase Namaha

71. Om Punya Vivard-hanaya Namaha

72. Om Dharma-rupaya Namaha

73. Om Dhana Adhya-kshaya Namaha

74. Om Dhana-daya Namaha

75. Om Dharma Palanaya Namaha

76. Om Sarva Veda-artha-tattva Jnaya Namaha

77. Om Padvini-varakaya Namaha

78. Om Sarva Papa-prash-manaya Namaha

79. Om Svra-mata Nugata-maraya Namaha

80. Om Rig Veda Paradaya Namaha

81. Om Ricksha Rashi Marga Pracha Ravate, Sada Ananda Naya Namaha

82. Om Satya Samdhaya Namaha

83. Om Satya-samkalpa Manasaya Namaha

84. Om Sarva-gama-jnaya Namaha

85. Om Sarva Vedanta-vide Namaha

86. Om Brahma-putraya Namaha

87. Om Sarva-jnaya Namaha

88. Om Brahma-neshaya Namaha

89. Om Brahma-vidya Avisha-radaya Namaha

90. Om Samana Adhi-kanir Bhuktaya Namaha

91. Om Sarva-loka Vasham-vadaya Namaha

92. Om Sasura-asura Gandharva-vandi-thaya Satya-bhashanaya Namaha

93. Om Vishnu-deva Bhaktaya Namaha

94. Om Sura-acaryaya Namaha

95. Om Daya-wate Namaha

96. Om Shubha Laksanaya Namaha

97. Om Loka-traya Gurave Namaha

98. Om Shrimate Namaha

99. Om Sarva-gaya Namaha

100. Om Sarvato-vibhave Namaha

101. Om Sarveshaya Namaha

102. Om Sarva Datush-thaya Namaha

103. Om Sarva-daya Namaha

104. Om Sarva Puji-thaya Namaha

105. Om Sraddha-putraya Namaha

106. Om Tara Shakti-manaya Namaha

107. Om Mahadeva-bhaktaya Namaha

108. Om Brahman Rupaya Namaha

Jupiter Stones >>

Guru. Jupiter Mantras.

1. oṃ gurave namaḥ।
ॐगुरवे नमः।
OM GURAVE NAMAHA

2. oṃ guṇākarāya namaḥ।

OM GUNAKARAYA NAMAHA

3. oṃ goptre namaḥ।

OM GOPTRA NAMAHA

4. oṃ gocarāya namaḥ।
गोचराय नमः।
OM GOCHARA NAMAHA

5. oṃ gopatipriyāya namaḥ।

OM GOPATIPRYAYA NAMAHA

6. oṃ guṇine namaḥ।

OM GUNINE NAMAHA

7. oṃ guṇavatāṃ śreṣṭhāya namaḥ।

OM GUNAVATAM SRESTHAYA NAMAHA

8. oṃ gurūṇāṃ gurave namaḥ।

OM GURUNAM GURAVE NAMAHA

9. oṃ avyayāya namaḥ।

OM AVIAYAYA NAMAHA

10. oṃ jetre namaḥ।
जेत्रे नमः।
OM JETRE NAMAHA

11. oṃ jayantāya namaḥ।

OM JAYANTAYA NAMAHA

12. oṃ jayadāya namaḥ।
ॐ जयदाय नमः।
OM JAYADAYA NAMAHA

13. oṃ jīvāya namaḥ।
ॐ जीवाय नमः।
OM JIVAYA NAMAHA

14. oṃ anantāya namaḥ।

OM ANANTAYA NAMAHA

15. oṃ jayāvahāya namaḥ।

OM JAYAVAHAYA NAMAHA

16. oṃ āṅgirasāya namaḥ।

OM ANGIRASAYA NAMAHA

17. oṃ adhvarāsaktāya namaḥ।
ॐ अध्वरासक्ताय नमः।
OM ADHVARASAKTAYA NAMAHA

18. oṃ viviktāya namaḥ।

OM VIVIKTHAYA NAMAHA

19. oṃ adhvarakṛtparāya namaḥ।

OM ADHVARAKRTPARAYA NAMAHA

20. oṃ vācaspataye namaḥ।

OM VACHASPATAE NAMAHA

21. oṃ vaśine namaḥ।
ॐवशिने नमः।
OM VASHINE NAMAHA

22. oṃ vaśyāya namaḥ।
वश्याय नमः।
OM VASHYAYA NAMAHA

23. oṃ variṣṭhāya namaḥ।

OM VARISTHAYA NAMAHA

24. oṃ vāgvicakṣaṇāya namaḥ।

OM VAGVICHAKSHANA NAMAHA

25. oṃ cittaśuddhikarāya namaḥ।

OM CHITTASHUDHIKARAYA NAMAHA

26. oṃ śrīmate namaḥ।

OM SHRMATE NAMAHA

27. oṃ caitrāya namaḥ।

OM CHAITRAYA NAMAHA

28. oṃ citraśikhaṇḍijāya namaḥ।
ॐ चित्रशिखण्डिजाय नमः
OM CHITRASHIKHANDIJAYA NAMAHA

90 225 29. oṃ bṛhadrathāya namaḥ।

OM BRHADRATHAYA NAMAHA

30. oṃ bṛhadbhānave namaḥ।

OM BRHADBHANAVE NAMAHA

31. oṃ bṛhaspataye namaḥ।

OM BRIHASPATAE NAMAHA

32. oṃ abhīṣṭadāya namaḥ।

OM ABHISTADAYA NAMAHA

33. oṃ surācāryāya namaḥ।

OM SURACHARYA NAMAHA

34. oṃ surārādhyāya namaḥ।

OM SURARADHYAYA NAMAHA

35. oṃ surakāryakṛtodyamāya namaḥ।
यमाय नमः।
OM SURAKARYAKRTODYAMAYA NAMAHA

36. oṃ gīrvāṇapoṣakāya namaḥ।

OM GIRVANAPOSHAKAYA NAMAHA

37. oṃ dhanyāya namaḥ।

OM DHANYAYA NAMAHA

38. oṃ gīṣpataye namaḥ।

OM GISHPATAE NAMAHA

39. oṃ girīśāya namaḥ।

OM GIRISHA NAMAHA

40. oṃ anaghāya namaḥ।

OM ANAGHAYA NAMAHA

41. oṃ dhīvarāya namaḥ।

OM DHIVARAYA NAMAHA

42. oṃ dhiṣaṇāya namaḥ।

OM Dhishanaya Namaha

43. oṃ divyabhūṣaṇāya namaḥ।

OM DIVYABHUSHANAYA NAMAHA

44. oṃ devapūjitāya namaḥ।

OM DEVAPUJITAYA NAMAHA

45. oṃ dhanurdharāya namaḥ।

OM DHANURDHARAYA NAMAHA

46. oṃ daityahantre namaḥ।

OM DAYTYAHANTRE NAMAHA

47. oṃ dayāsārāya namaḥ।

OM DAYASARAYA NAMAHA

48. oṃ dayākarāya namaḥ।

OM DAYAKARAYA NAMAHA

49. oṃ dāridryanāśanāya namaḥ।

OM DARIDRYANASHANA NAMAHA

50. oṃ dhanyāya namaḥ।

OM DHANYAYA NAMAHA

51. oṃ dakṣiṇāyanasambhavāya namaḥ।

OM DAKSHINA NASAMBHAVA NAMAHA

52. oṃ dhanurmīnādhipāya namaḥ।

OM DHANURMINADHIPAYA NAMAHA

53. oṃ devāya namaḥ।
ॐ देवाय नमः।
OM VIRGIN NAMAHA

54. oṃ dhanurbāṇadharāya namaḥ।

OM DHANURBANADHARAYA NAMAHA

55. oṃ haraye namaḥ।
ॐ हरये नमः।
OM HARAE NAMAHA

56. oṃ aṅgirovarṣasañjatāya namaḥ।

OM ANGIROVARSHANGJATAYA NAMAHA

57. oṃ aṅgiraḥkulasambhavāya namaḥ।

OM ANGIRAHKULASAMBHAVA NAMAHA

58. oṃ sindhudeśādhipāya namaḥ।

OM SINDHUDESHADHIPAYA NAMAHA

59. oṃ dhīmate namaḥ।
ॐधीमते नमः।
OM DHIMATE NAMAHA

60. oṃ svarṇakāyāya namaḥ।

OM SVARNAKAYA NAMAHA

61. oṃ caturbhujāya namaḥ।

OM CHATURBHUJAYA NAMAHA

62. oṃ hemāṅgadāya namaḥ।

OM HEMANGADAYA NAMAHA

63. oṃ hemavapuṣe namaḥ।

OM HEMAVAPUSHE NAMAHA

64. oṃ hemabhūṣaṇabhūṣitāya namaḥ।
नहेमभूषणभूषिताय नमः
OM HEMABHUSHANABHUSITAYA NAMAHA

65. oṃ puṣyanāthāya namaḥ।

OM PUSHYANATHAYA NAMAHA

66. oṃ puṣyarāgamaṇimaṇḍalamaṇḍitāya namaḥ।

OM PUSHYARAGAMANIMANDALAMANDITAYA NAMAHA

67. oṃ kāśapuṣpasamānābhāya namaḥ।

OM KASHAPUSHPASAMANABHAYA NAMAHA

68. oṃ indrādyamarasaṅghapāya namaḥ।

OM INDRADYAMARASANGHAPAYA NAMAHA

69. oṃ asamānabalāya namaḥ।

OM ASAMANABALAYA NAMAHA

70. oṃ sattvaguṇasampadvibhāvasave namaḥ।

OM SATTVAGUNASAMPADVIBHAVASAVE NAMAHA

71. oṃ bhūsurābhīṣṭadāya namaḥ।

OM BHUSURABHISTADAYA NAMAHA

72. oṃ bhūriyaśase namaḥ।

OM BHURIYASHASE NAMAHA

73. oṃ puṇyavivardhanāya namaḥ।

OM PUNYAVIVARDHANAYA NAMAHA

74. oṃ dharmarūpāya namaḥ।

OM DHARMARUPAYA NAMAHA

75. oṃ dhanādhyakṣāya namaḥ।

OM DHANADHYAKSHAYA NAMAHA

76. oṃ dhanadāya namaḥ।
ॐधनदाय नमः।
OM DHANADAYA NAMAHA

77. oṃ dharmapālanāya namaḥ।

OM DHARMAPALANAYA NAMAHA

78. oṃ sarvavedārthatattvajñāya namaḥ।

OM SARVAVEDARTHATTVAGNAYA NAMAHA

79. oṃ sarvāpadvinivārakāya namaḥ।

OM SARVAPADAVINIVARAKA NAMAHA

80. oṃ sarvapāpapraśamanāya namaḥ।

OM SARVAPAPAPRASHAMANAYA NAMAHA

81. oṃ svamatānugatāmarāya namaḥ।

OM SVAMATANUGATAMARAYA NAMAHA

82. oṃ ṛgvedapāragāya namaḥ।

OM RIGVEDAPARAGAYA NAMAH

83. oṃ ṛkṣarāśimārgapracāravate namaḥ।

OM RKSHARASHIMARGAPRACHARAVATE NAMAHA

84. oṃ sadānandāya namaḥ।

OM SADANANDAYA NAMAHA

85. oṃ satyasandhāya namaḥ।

OM SATYASANDHAYA NAMAHA

86. oṃ satyasaṅkalpamānasāya namaḥ।

OM SATYASANKALPAMANASHAYA NAMAHA

87. oṃ sarvāgamajñāya namaḥ।

OM SARVAGAMA NAMAHA

88. oṃ sarvajñāya namaḥ।

OM SARVAGNAYA NAMAHA

89. oṃ sarvavedāntavide namaḥ।

OM SARVAVEDANTAVIDE NAMAHA

90. oṃ brahmaputrāya namaḥ।

OM BRAHMAPUTRAYA NAMAHA

91. oṃ brāhmaṇeśāya namaḥ।

OM BRAHMANESHA NAMAHA

92. oṃ brahmavidyāviśāradāya namaḥ।

OM BRAHMAVIDIAVISARADAYA NAMAHA

93. oṃ samānādhikanirmuktāya namaḥ।

OM SAMANADHIKANIRMUKTAYA NAMAHA

94. oṃ sarvalokavaśaṃvadāya namaḥ।

OM SARVALOKAVASHAMVADAYA NAMAHA

95. oṃ sasurāsuragandharvavanditāya namaḥ।

OM SASURASURAGANDHARVANDITAYA NAMAHA

96. oṃ satyabhāṣaṇāya namaḥ।

OM SATYABHASHANAYA NAMAHA

97. oṃ bṛhaspataye namaḥ।

OM BRIHASPATAE NAMAHA

98. oṃ surācāryāya namaḥ।

OM SURACARYAYA NAMAHA

99. oṃ dayāvate namaḥ।

OM DAYAVATE NAMAHA

100. oṃ śubhalakṣaṇāya namaḥ।

OM SHUBHALAKSHANA NAMAHA

101. oṃ lokatrayagurave namaḥ।

OM LOKATRAYAGURAVE NAMAHA

102. oṃ śrīmate namaḥ।

OM SHRMATE NAMAHA

103. oṃ sarvagāya namaḥ।
सर्वगाय नमः।
OM SARVAGAYA NAMAHA

104. oṃ sarvato vibhave namaḥ।

OM SARVATO VIBHAVE NAMAHA

105. oṃ sarveśāya namaḥ।
सर्वेशाय नमः।
OM SARVESHAYA NAMAHA

106. oṃ sarvadātuṣṭāya namaḥ।

OM SARVADATUSHTHAYA NAMAHA

107.

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