Learn Sri Vishnu Panchayudha Stotram online with Vedicology. Panchayudha Stotram, or Vishnu Panchayudha Stotram, is a prayer to Lord Vishnu’s five weapons. They are Sudarshana Chakra (Discus), Pancha Janya Shankha (Conch) , Kaumodaki Gada (Mace), Nandakam(, Sword), Sarangam, ( Bow)_. Of the five weapons, Vishwakarma made Sudarshana Chakra and Gada , Lord Brahma created Sarangam. Shankha was obtained by Lord Krishna after killing Asura Panchaja
Significance of Learning Sri Vishnu Panchayudha Stotram online with Vedicology
Panchayudha Stotram of the divine weapons of Lord Vishnu is chanted for all kinds of protection. It is highly beneficial to people suffering from phobias as well.
Sudarshana Chakra – Discus
Panchajanya Shankh – Conch
Kaumodaki Gada – Mace
Nandaka Khadga – Sword
Saranga Dhanush – Bow
Sudarshana Chakra is held in the upper right hand. It is bright like a million suns because it has 1000 vents. It is called Prayoga Chakra when it is held vertically in a temple by a deity.
The term Su-Darsana means “That which gives the auspicious vision.
Panchajanya Shankh – It is held in the upper left hand. It is believed to have the splendour of a million moons. The word meaning of this term
paancha-janya is “That which is born of the five” (sense organs), so its stands for the mind.
Mind being the seat of the ego, the sastras declare that the conch in the divine hand of Sree Narayana is the ego factor (Ahamkara-tattva) in our personality
Kaumodaki Gada It is held by the lower right hand. It is the embodiment of Meru Mountain. It is believed to alleviate all forms of evil. This mace is described as representing the intellect in man (Buddhi tattva)
Nandaka Khadga – This sharp sword is used to cut off both internal and external enemies. This term indicates one who holds and wields
the Nandaka-sword, which stands for Vidya (spiritual illumination).
Saranga Dhanush – This is an ornament for devotees and a weapon against evil. It aids in the maintenance of Dharma.
The Vishnusahranama ends with the verse honoring the 5 weapons held by Lord Vishnu. In this concluding stanza, the
instruments of blessing in Sree Narayana’s hands are remembered with reverence and devotion.
śaṅkhabhṛnnandakī cakrī śārṅgadhanvā gadādharaḥ |
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How to learn Sri Vishnu Panchayudha Stotram online with Vedicology
Learning Sri Vishnu Panchayudha Stotram online is easy. We have provided the reference material which consists of Devanagari Script and in English Script. We have also provided the meanings of each line, in simple, easy-to-understand English.
Please keep the reference material with you when you attend the program. The facilitator will chant each line multiple times so that you can easily learn immediately. Our facilitators will chant each line 3-4 times, split the words for you, so that you can understand the formation. Our team will again chant the slokas so that you can chant with the facilitator. Once you chant each of these lines 4-5 times along with our facilitator and understand the word splits you would have already learned the stotram. Now is the best time to begin your “Learn Sri Vishnu Panchayudha Stotram online” journey.
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