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    Sri Krishna Mangalam

    Sri Krishna Mangalam





    Mangala stotras are normally recited at the end of reciting several stotras or the end of singing several songs or at the end of an auspicious function. The devotee wishes auspiciousness to the Lord. Mangalam may also mean “good wishes”, or “wishes for a happy ending”.


    This great Mangala stotra of Lord Krishna narrates the story of Lord Krishna in detail.


    Mangalam Yadavendraya, mahaneeya gunabhdhaye,
    Vasudeva thanujaya, vaasudevaya mangalam., 1


    Mangalam to the chief of cowherds,
    Who is the great sea of all that is good,
    Mangalam to the Vaasudeva,
    Who is the son of Vasudeva.


    Kireeta kundala braja dala kairyanmukhasriye,
    Sri Vathsa kaushtboth bhasi vakshase chasthu Mangalam., 2


    Mangalam to Him whose chest shines
    Because of Srivathsa and Kaushthubha,
    Mangalam to Him whose hair locks,
    Get the shine from his crown and ear studs. [2]


    Neelambudha nikasaya vidhyuth sadrusa vasase,
    Devaki vaasudevabhyam samsthudayasthu mangalam., 3


    Mangalam to Him who was brought in the world,
    By Devaki and Vasudeva,
    Mangalam to Him who is like the blue cloud,
    And who lives in it like a streak of lightning[3].


    Thaabhyam samprarthithayadha prakrutha bhaka roopine,
    Yasodaya gruham pithra prapithayasthu mangalam., 4


    Mangalam to Him who assumed the unusual form,
    From being a born babe,
    Mangalam to Him who was taken by his father,
    To the home of Yasodha[4].


    Poothana asupayapana pesalaya suraraye,
    Sakatasura vidwamsi . padapadmaya Mangalam., 5


    Mangalam to Him who is killer of enemies of Devas,
    Who drank the milk of life of Poothana.
    Mangalam to him who with his lotus like feet,
    Kicked and killed the Sakatasura[5].


    Yasodha lokithe swasye viswaroopa pradarshine,
    Maaya maanusha roopaya madhavayasthu mangalam., 6


    Mangalam to Him who by opening his mouth,
    Showed Yasodha his universal form,
    Mangalam to that great God,
    Who assumed a human form of illusion[6].


    Thrunavarttha dhanoojasuharinee, shubhakarine,
    Vathsasura prabhethre cha vathsa paalaya mangalam., 7


    Mangalam to Him who killed a Rakshasa
    Called Thrunavartha and brought good tidings,
    Mangalam to Him who killed the Vathsasura,
    And looked after his own calves[7].


    Damodharaya veeraya yamalarjuna pathine,
    Dhathra hruthaanaam vathsanaam roopa darthresthu mangalam., 8


    Mangalam to the victorious one,
    Who with a rope tied to his waist,
    Broke the tree of Yamalarjuna,
    Mangalam to Him who assumed,
    The form of cows when they were,
    Hidden by the God who creates[8].


    Brhamasthuthaya krishnaya, kalleya phana nruthyathe,
    Davagni rakshithasesha gogopalaya mangalam., 9


    Mangalam to Him whom Brahma prayed,
    And who danced on the hood of Kalinga,
    Mangalam to Him who saved cows and cowherds,
    From the raging forest fire[9].


    Govardhanachaladharthre gopi kreedabhilakshine,
    Anjalya hrutha vasthranam supreethayasthu mangalam., 10


    Mangalam to Him who lifted the Govardhana mountain,
    And who wished to play with the Gopis,
    Mangalam to him who loved the Gopis,
    Who with folded hands begged for their cloths[10].

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    Sudarshanakhya gandharva shapa mokshana karine,
    Sanga chooda siroharthre, vrushabhagnaya managalam., 11


    Mangalam to him who removed the curse,
    Of Sudarshana who was a gandharwa,
    Mangalam to him who cut off the head of Sangachooda,
    And who killed the Asura who came in the form of a bull[11].


    Kanthini sutha sandrushta divya roopaya sourine,
    Trivakraya prarthithaya, sundarangaya mangalam., 12


    Mangalam to Him , whose divine valorous form,
    Made Akroora, the son of kanthini satisfied,
    Mangalam to Him who was prayed by Trivakra,
    And who got extremely pretty limbs[12].


    Gandha malyam paratyaya, gajaraja vimadhine,
    Chanura mushti prana harine chasthu mangalam., 13


    Mangalam to Him who wore silk, garlands,
    And sandal paste and killed the king of elephants,
    Mangalam to Him who stole the life of Chanura and Mushtika[13].


    Kamsahanthre Jarasandha baa mardhana karine,
    Madhurapura vaasaya mahadheeraya mangalam., 14


    Mangalam to Him who killed Kamsa,
    And who caused the killing of Jarasandha,
    Mangalam to Him who lived in the city of Mathura,
    And who was the bravest among the brave[14].


    Muchukunda mahananda dhayine paramathmane,
    Rukhmanee pariethre, cha sabalayasthu Mangalam., 15


    Mangalam to him who granted,
    Great happiness to Muchukunda,
    And who is the ultimate truth,
    Mangalam to Him who married Rukhmani,
    And who is always with the helpless[15].


    Dwarakapura vasaya haranoopura dharine,
    Sathyabhama samedhaya narakagnaya mangalam., 16


    Mangalam to Him, who lived in the city of Dwaraka,
    And wore golden chains and anklets,
    Mangalam to Him who along with Sathyabhama,
    Killed the asura called Naraka[16].


    Banasura karachethre, bhoothanatha sthuthaya cha,
    Dharmahoothaya yagartham, sarmadhayasthu mangalam., 17


    Mangalam to Him who cut off the hands of Banasura,
    And who was praised by Lord Shiva,
    Mangalam to Him who was invited by,
    Dharmaputhra for participating in the yaga[17].


    Karayithre Jarasandha vadam bheemena rajabhi,
    Mukthai sthuthaya thathputhra rajyadhayasthu mangalam., 18


    Mangalam to Him Who caused the killing,
    Of Jarasandha by the king Bheema,
    Mangalam to Him who was praised by the released kings,
    And the one who gave the kingdom to Jarasandha’s son[18].


    Chaidhyathejopaharthre cha pandava priyakarine,
    Kuchelaya maha bhagya dhayine, thesthu mangalam., 19


    Mangalam to Him who stole the power of Shishupala,
    And who did desirable acts to the Pandavas,
    Mangalam to Him who was the cause,
    Of the great luck to Kuchela[19].


    Devyasthka samedhaya puthrapouthrayudhaya cha,
    Shodasa sthree sahasraisthu samyudhayasthu mangalam., 20


    Mangalam to Him who with his eight queens,
    With his children and grandchildren,
    And sixteen thousand wives lived and shined.


    Ya sishta rakshanapara karunamburasi,
    Dushtasuraam sanrupatheen vinigruha ya suran,
    Kashtam dasam apanuthandarasa pruthivya,
    Pushtim dadadthu sahari kuladaivatham na., 21


    Let that Hari,who looks after those,
    Who seek his protection,
    Who is a sea of mercy,
    And who relieved the bad times of mother earth,
    By killing bad asuras, kings, people,
    Become the god of our clan and
    Grant us exuberant times[20].

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