श्रीशिवपञ्चाक्षरस्तोत्रम् | Panchakshara Stotra | by Gurumaa

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Published on 30 Jul 2018 / In Religous

The true meaning of Panchakshara Stotra is the five sacred syllables Na, Ma, Śi, Vā, and Ya.
In Hinduism Lord Shiva is the main deity. Na, Ma, Śi, Vā, and Ya are the holy word used to worship Lord Shiva. In Hinduism, our body is assumed to be composed of five elements and they are represented by the five holy words used to worship Lord Shiva.
Na sanctifies Prithvi Tattva (Earth element), Ma represents Jal Tattva (Water factor), Si is Agni Tattva (Fire element) Va is Vayu Tattva (Air factor) and at last Ya consecrates Akasha Tattva (Space element).
In Panchakshara Stotra also known as Shiva stotra, Lord Shiva is praised for his great qualities in this stotra.
Chanting this stotra energizes the whole body and reciting it daily helps to build the confidence.

LYRICS:
Aum namah shivaya shivaya namah aum
Aum namah shivaya shivaya namah aum
nagendraharaya trilochanaya
bhasmangaragaya mahesvaraya
nityaya suddhaya digambaraya
tasmai na karaya namah shivaya
mandakini salila chandana charchitaya
nandisvara pramathanatha mahesvaraya
mandara pushpa bahupushpa supujitaya
asmai ma karaya namah shivaya
shivaya gauri vadanabja brnda
suryaya dakshadhvara nashakaya
sri nilakanthaya Vrshadhvajaya
tasmai shi karaya namah shivaya
vashistha kumbhodbhava gautamarya
munindra devarchita shekharaya
chandrarka vaishvanara lochanaya
tsamai va karaya namah shivaya
yagna svarupaya jatadharaya
pinaka hastaya sanatanaya
divyaya devaya digambaraya
tasmai ya karaya namah shivaya
panchaksharamidam punyam yah pathechchiva
sannidhau shivalokamavapnoti sivena saha modate

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