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Ganesa Mangalashtakam

Ganesa Mangalashtakam

Ganesa Mangalashtakam


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”.


Gajananaya Gangeya 
Sahajaya sadathmane,
Gowri priya thanhujaya 
Ganesayasthu Mangalam., 1


Naga Yagnopavethaya, 
Natha vigna vinasine,
Nandhyahi gana nathaya, 
Ganesayasthu Mangalam., 2


Ibhavakthraya chendradhi 
Vandhithaya chidathmane,
Eesana prema pathraya, 
Cheshtadaayasthu Mangalam., 3


Sumukhaya susundogro
Kshipthamrutha ghataya cha,
Sura brunda nishevyaya, 
Sukhadayasthu Mangalam., 4


Chathur bhujaya chandrardha 
Vilasan masthakaya cha,
Charanavanathananda 
Dayakasthu Mangalam., 5


Vakra thundaya vatave 
Vandhyaya varadhaya cha,
Viroopaksha suthayasthu 
Vigna nasaya Mangalam., 6


Pramodha modha roopaya 
Sidhi vijnana roopine,
Prakrushta papa nasaya 
Phaladhayasthu Mangalam., 7


Mangalam Gana nathaya 
Mangalam hara soonave,
Mangalam vighna rajaya, 
Vignaharthresthu Mangalam., 8


Slokashtakamidham punyam 
Mangala pradham aadharath,
Padithavyam prayathnena 
Sarva vigna nivruthaye., 9



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