[PDF] Ya Kundendu Lyrics – या कुंदेंदु तुषार हार धवला श्लोक PDF

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Ya Kundendu Lyrics starts with “Ya KundenduTushara Hara Dhavala Ya Shubr Vastra Vruta” (या कुन्देन्दुतुषारहारधवला या शुभ्रवस्त्रावृता ). This is a Sanskrit shloka (verse) dedicated to the goddess Saraswati, the Hindu goddess of knowledge, wisdom, music, arts, and learning. Vidya ki devta maa Saraswati ko prasann karne ke liye gaya jane wala yah Bhajan hai.

The verse describes the various aspects and attributes of the goddess and seeks her blessings for knowledge, wisdom, and protection from ignorance. If you want to relax your mind and increase your concentration, and dedication to work, and increase the power of self-determination then you should chant this mantra daily.

In My School Days – From 1st to 9th Standard we used to chant this mantra in the Evening 5 PM Prayers after our schooling time is over.

Ya Kundendu Lyrics in English and Hindi:

Whatever Language is used to write the Ya Kundendu Lyrics the pronunciation remains the same as it should be chanted mainly in Sanskrit. The Pronunciation can be listened to through any audio/video which I will share below but, until you practice by listening you can use the PDF format to practice on your phone by reading this mantra while listening to the audio.

या कुन्देन्दुतुषारहारधवला लीरिक्स हिन्दी

या कुन्देन्दुतुषारहारधवला या शुभ्रवस्त्रावृता
या वीणावरदण्डमण्डितकरा या श्वेतपद्मासना।

या ब्रह्माच्युत शंकरप्रभृतिभिर्देवैः सदा वन्दिता
सा मां पातु सरस्वती भगवती निःशेषजाड्यापहा॥

शुक्लां ब्रह्मविचार सार परमामाद्यां जगद्व्यापिनीं
वीणा-पुस्तक-धारिणीमभयदां जाड्यान्धकारापहाम्‌।

हस्ते स्फटिकमालिकां विदधतीं पद्मासने संस्थिताम्‌
वन्दे तां परमेश्वरीं भगवतीं बुद्धिप्रदां शारदाम्‌॥२॥

Ya Kundendu Lyrics in English

Ya KundenduTushara Hara Dhavala Ya Shubhra Vastravruta
Ya Veena Varadanda Manditakara Ya ShwetPadmasana

Ya Brahmachyut Shankara Prabhritibihi Devai Sada Vandita 
Sa Mam Pattu Saraswati Bhagwati Nihshesh Jadyapaha ||

Shuklam Brahmavichara Sara Parma, Adyam Jagadvyapineem 
Veena Pustaka Dharineem Abhayadam Jadyandhakarapaham। 

Haste Sphatikamalikam Vidadhateem Padmasane Samsthitam 
Vande Tam Parmeshvareem Bhagwateem Buddhipradam Sharadam॥2॥

Ya Kundendu Lyrics PDF

Gurur Brahma Gurur Vishnu pdf
PDF NameYa Kundendu Lyrics PDF
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Last UpdatedAugust 6, 2023
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Listen to Ya Kindendu Lyrics from Youtube and Learn it:

Ya KundenduTushara Hara Dhavala Meaning in English:

“या कुन्देन्दुतुषारहारधवला या शुभ्रवस्त्रावृता या वीणावरदण्डमण्डितकरा या श्वेतपद्मासना।

या ब्रह्माच्युत शंकरप्रभृतिभिर्देवैः सदा वन्दिता सा मां पातु सरस्वती भगवती निःशेषजाड्यापहा॥”

She (Maa Saraswati) is depicted as radiant as the moon, dressed in white, holding a veena and a book (symbolizing music and knowledge), and sitting on a white Lotus throne. The verse also acknowledges her divine status by mentioning that she is constantly worshipped by the Trinity of Hindu gods (Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva) along with other deities.

In this part, the verse praises the goddess and describes her physical attributes and qualities.

“शुक्लां ब्रह्मविचार सार परमामाद्यां जगद्व्यापिनीं वीणा-पुस्तक-धारिणीमभयदां जाड्यान्धकारापहाम्‌।

हस्ते स्फटिकमालिकां विदधतीं पद्मासने संस्थिताम्‌ वन्दे तां परमेश्वरीं भगवतीं बुद्धिप्रदां शारदाम्‌॥२॥”

She (Maa Saraswati) is hailed as the embodiment of supreme knowledge (Brahmavichara Sara), spread throughout the universe. She holds the veena and the book, symbolizing her association with music and learning, and grants fearlessness and dispels ignorance. The verse also mentions her crystal garland and her seat on a lotus, representing purity and enlightenment. The goddess Sharada is another name for Saraswati and is revered as the bestower of wisdom.

In this part, the verse continues to glorify the goddess Saraswati.

Conclusion:

Overall, this shloka is a devotional tribute to the goddess Saraswati, seeking her blessings for knowledge, wisdom, and the removal of ignorance. It is often recited or chanted by students, scholars, and artists to invoke her guidance and inspiration.

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