KIRTAN MUSIC LYRICS

LYRICS FROM PUNNU’S BHAKTI CHILD CD

Invocation

Om Om Om

 

Om Shri Ganeshaya Namaha, Om Shri Saraswatyai Namaha, Om Shri Gurubhyo Namaha.

 

Dyana Mulam Gurur Murti Pooja Mulam Gurur Padam, Mantra Mulum Gurur Vakyaam Moksha Mulam Gurur Kripa,

 

Akhand-Mandalakaram vyaptam yena characharam. Tatpadam darshitam yena tasmai Shri Gurave Namah.

 

Agyan timir-andhasya Gyananjan Shalakaya. Chakshur-oonmeelitam yena tasmai Shri Gurave Namah.

 

Gurur-Brahma Gurur-Vishnu Gurur-Devo Maheshwarah. Gurur eva Param-Brahma tasmai Shri Gurave Namah.

 

Twamev Matacha Pita Twameva, Twamev Bandhuscha, Sakha Twameva, Twameva Vidya, Dravinam Twameva, Twameva Sarvam Mama Deva Deva,

 

Om Satguruye Namaha.

Invocation Mantra’s English Meaning

 

Om, according to the ancient scripts of the Vedic civilization, is the sound of life. It is the infinite vibration that shimmers through the Universe, providing life and sustenance to everything. Om is the beginning and will continue till the end. The one constant that unites all of creation at its deepest level.

The chanting of Om revitalizes the body, soothes the mind and nourishes the soul. Hence, Om is considered the most powerful of all Indian mantras (chants), and is the prefix to or the beginning sound of all other mantras.

The Upanishads (Indian Vedic texts) describes Om (or Aum) as the complete sound that encapsulates the entire range of sounds that the human voice can make. It starts with A at the base of the throat, moves on to U with the tongue and the palette, and ends with M where the lips are closed and no more sound emanates.

If Divinity were to be represented in sound codes, it would be Om. Om is the purifier, the all-powerful tool that awakens in us the deepest reflection of Spirit, or God, or the Universal energy. This is because Om is the representation of this energy and flows through our breath in our waking and sleeping state. Om is the essence that unites all of us at our most intuitive level.

 

Salutations to Lord Ganesha
Salutations to Goddess Saraswati
Salutations to The Guru

 

~~The Guru’s form is the primary object of concentration. The supreme worship is that of the Guru’s lotus feet. The Guru’s words are the prime mantras. The dawn of Salvation comes with the grace of the Guru.

 

~~Salutations to the Guru, who makes it possible for us to know God and behold His lotus feet: who pervades this infinite, indivisible sphere of animate and inanimate creation.

 

~~Salutations to the Guru who removes all the darkness of ignorance from the eyes of the devotee by opening them with the collyrium of wisdom, thus enabling him to see God. All three great Gods are represented in the Guru — he is Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva. He is the visible form of the Invisible Spirit.

 

Salutations to him.

 

~~My Master is the Master of the whole universe. My Guru is the Guru of the three worlds. My soul is one with the souls of all beings. Salutations to the Guru for giving this wisdom.

 

“O lord, you are my mother, father, kinsman and friend.
You are my wealth of knowledge, strength, velour and power.
You are my all god of gods”.

Murali Krishna

Murali Krishna Mukunda Krishna Mohana Krishna, Krishna Krishna, Gopi Krishna Gopala Krishna Govardhana Dhara, Krishna Krishna,

 

Radha Krishna Bala Krishna Rasa Vilola, Krishna Krishna, Amrita Krishna Ananda Krishna Sri Madhusudana, Krishna Krishna.

Murali Krishna Mantra’s English Meaning

 

O Krishna, the flute player, O Bestower of libration, O enchanting Krishna, O Krishna of the Gopis, Cowherd Krishna, uplifter of the Govardhana Hill,

 

Radha’s Krishna, Baby Krishna, dancer in the Rasa Lila, O Immortal Krishna, blissful Krishna, O Krishna, the destroyer of the demon Madhu.

Bolo Bolo (aka Om Namah Shivaya)

Bolo Bolo Submil Bolo Om Namah Shivaya, Om Namah Shivaya Om Namah Shivaya,  Juta Jatame Gangadhari, Trishula Dhari Damarubajave,

 

Dama Dama Dama Dama Damaru Baja, Gunj Utta Om Namah Shivaya, Om Namah Shivaya, Om Namah Shivaya, Om Namah Shivaya

Bolo Bolo Mantra’s English Meaning / Om Namah Shivaya Mantra’s English Meaning

 

Let everyone sing “OM NAMAH SHIVAYA”

 

The one who bears the ganges in his matted locks, who holds the trident and plays the drum, play the drum and loudly sing “OM NAMAH SHIVAYA”

Durge

Durge Durge Durge Jai Jai Ma, Karuna Sagari Ma, Kali Kapalini Ma, Jagado Dharini Ma, Jagadambe Jai Jai Ma

Durge Mantra’s English Meaning

 

Victory victory to mother Durga!  O Mother, ocean of compassion, mother Kali adorned with a garland of human skulls, uplifter of the world, victory to that divine mother of the Universe.

Hari Bol

Hari bol Hari Bol Hari Hari Bol,

Mukunda Madhava Hari Hari Bol,

Keshava Madhava Govind Bol,

Ram Bol Ram Bol Ram Ram Bol,

Dashrat Nandan Ram Ram Bol,

Sita Pate Shri Ram Ram Bol,

Shiva Bol Shiva Bol Shiva Shiva Bol,

Jata Jut Shiv Shankar Bol,

Bum Bum Bhole Shankar Bol,

Krishna Bol Krishna Bol Krishna Krishna Bol,

Mukunda Madhava Krishna Krishna Bol,

Keshava Madhava Govind Bol,

Hari Bol Hari Bol Hari Hari Bol,

Mukunda Madhava Hari Hari Bol,

Keshava Madhava Govind Bol

Hari Bol Mantra’s English Meaning

 

Chant the name Hari/ Vishnu,

chant the name Mukunda,

chant the name Maadhava,

chant the name Ram,

Ram who is the son of Dashrat,

Ram who is the husband of Sita,

chant the name of Shiva,

Shiva who bears the Ganges in his matted locks,

Shiva who is innocent,

unsophisticated,

kind-hearted,

chant the name Krishna,

chant the name Mukunda,

chant the name Madhava.

Om Shanti

Om Shanti, Shanti, Shantihi

Om Shanti Mantra’s English Meaning

 

Om Peace, Peace, Peace

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Moola Mantra

Om Sat-Chit-Ananda Parabrahma


Purushothama Paramatma


Sri Bhagavathi Sametha

 

Sri Bhagavathe Namaha

Moola Mantra’s English Meaning

 

Om – We are calling on the highest energy, of all there is

Sat – The formless

Chit – Consciousness of the universe

Ananda – Pure love, bliss and joy

Para brahma – The supreme creator

Purushothama – Who has incarnated in human form to help guide mankind

Paramatma – Who comes to me in my heart, and becomes my inner voice whenever I ask

Sri Bhagavati – The Divine Mother, the power aspect of creation

Sametha – Together within Non-Duality

Sri Bhagavate – The Father of Creation which is unchangeable and permanent

Namaha – I thank you and acknowledge this presence in my life. I ask for your guidance at all times

Om Bhagavan

Om Bhagavan Shri Bhagavan

Bhagavan Bhagavan Bhagavan Shri Bhagavan

Om Bhagavan Mantra’s English Meaning

 

Bhagavan – Holy or Blessed One

Shri – prefix used for respect and honor.

Karuna

Amma Bhagavan

Hey Karuna Sindhu Ram

Hey Deena Bandhu Bhagavan

Bhaktha Premi Par Karuna Karo

Dayaa Karo Bhagavan

Mujhe Kripa Karo Bhagavan

Mujhe Mukti Ka Do Vaardan

Hey Janaki Jeevan Ram

Hey Karuna Sindhu Ram

Hey Deena Bandhu Bhagavan

Karuna Mantra’s English Meaning

 

O Compassionate One

You are an ocean of compassion

The One who is the helper of the meek

Have compassion on me, your devotee

Grant me liberation from the cycle of death & rebirth

O Compassionate One

Param Purusha

Amma Amma Amma Bhagawan

Amma Amma Bhagawan

Parama purusha hey ananda data

Amma Amma Bhagawan

Amma Amma Amma Bhagawan

Amma Amma Bhagawan

Satchidananda hey satya loka vasa

Amma Amma Bhagawan

Amma Amma Amma Bhagawan

Amma Amma Bhagawan

Amma Amma Bhagawan

Param Purusha Mantra’s English Meaning

 

Amma – Divine Mother

Bhagavan – Divine father

Param Purusha hey Ananada Data – The primal being bestower of bliss

Satchidananda hey satya loka vasa – Existance Consciousness Bliss that abides in the realm of truth.

Jai Amma Bhagavan

Jai Amma Bhagavan

Jai Amma Bhagavan Mantra’s English Meaning

 

Victory to the Divine feminine and masculine.

Om Bhagavan

Om Bhagavan Shri Bhagavan

Bhagavan Bhagavan Bhagavan Shri Bhagavan

Om Bhagavan Mantra’s English Meaning

 

Bhagavan – Holy or Blessed One

Shri – prefix used for respect and honor.