Sri Narasimha Nakha Stuthi

After reading Ms.Shyla’s comment on  Narasimha Jayanthi, that one should read Narasimha Nakha Stuthi, I searched for the same. I found the lyrics written in Sanskrit, and couldn’t actually say the words. It has been a couple of decades since I had learnt Sanskrit. So, attached below are the lyrics in Sanskrit and also an online recital. Not sure who has sung this, but many thanks for posting the same.

And the lyrics are:

Attached is the English translation. I have tried my best to do so, just to assist in reciting the same.

paantvasmaanpuruhuutavairi balavan matanga madyatghata
kumbokshadrivipatanadikapatu pratyeka vajrayitah
shriimadkanteeravasyaprathathasunakhara daritaratiduura
pradvastha dvanta shanta pravitata mansa bavita buuribhagaih

lakshmiikantasamantatopikalayan naiveshitus te samam
pashyamittamavastu duuritarato pastham raso yastamah
yadroshakkhara dakshanetrakutila prantopitagni spurat
khadhyotopamavishpulinga basita brahmeshashakrotkarah

P.S: You can find the meaning of this sloka here at harekrisna site”

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8 responses to this post.

  1. This stuthi has been composed by Sri Madhwaacharya. About singing it, I have no information.

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  2. Posted by meeraghu on May 19, 2010 at 8:47 am

    I will ask my Father about reciting the same and will update the post.

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  3. Hare Sinivasa,

    This nakastuti is part of Hari Vayustuti, the most sacred and moola mantra for us, Madhwas.

    Please visit http://harivayu.wordpress.com site for more details on Lakshavruthi Parayana sankalpa by Chennai Madipakkam Madhwa Seva Sangha. They are taking this Vayustuthi to every madhwa home.

    You may also subscribe to LHVSNEWS google SMS channel to get regular alerts on the parayana schedule. Request you all to kindly pass on this message to your friends and relatives and to those who will be interested to earn the blessings of Hari, Vayu, Gurugalu.

    Namaskara,
    Anand

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  4. […] Sanskrit  Version  Coutesy By  : Meera Subbarao […]

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  5. These two verses are the ones that prelude the Harivayusthuthi.

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  6. Namaste Meera,

    By the grace of Sri Hari Vayu, I’ve attempted the below endeavor. Please visit it.

    http://harivayustuti.wordpress.com

    Jai Bharateesha,
    Hrishikesh

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  7. Posted by meeraghu on October 30, 2010 at 8:46 am

    Very nice, Hrishikesh. God bless you.

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  8. Posted by Murthy Rao on December 23, 2010 at 1:08 am

    After seeing the great Vayustuti composition by Sri Trivikrama panditacharya, Sri Madhwacharya wrote these two slokas and orderd that these should be recited before and after vayustuti. For full text of Hari Vayustuti and some other stotras, you may visit Uttaradi matha official web site. They have given them as free e-book by name ‘Mantra stotra sangraha’
    Regards
    Murthy Rao

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