Karpur Gauram Karunavtaaram Lyrics in Hindi with Meaning

Listen to Karpur Gauram Karunavtaaram Lyrics you can even download the Karpur Gauram Karunavtaaram Lyrics in Hindi PDF to read Lyrics whenever you get time. The Shiva Yajur Mantra also known as Karpur Gauram Karunavtaaram, is one of the most well-known Hindu mantras. It is a popular Shaivism aarti based on an ancient Sanskrit Shloka about Lord Shiva. The mantra is contained in the Yajurveda, one of Hindu Dharma’s four canonical writings, the Vedas.

“Karpur Gauram Karunavtaaram” is a verse from a popular Sanskrit hymn known as the “Deva Devam Bhaje” or the “Shiva Manas Puja.” It is often chanted or sung as a devotional prayer dedicated to Lord Shiva, one of the principal deities in Hinduism.

Lord Shiva, one of the Trinity Gods, is the most prominent Hindu god. He is also known as Shankar, Rudra, Bholenath, Nilkantha, and Mahadeva. According to Hindu beliefs and Puranas, he is also known as the Destroyer or the Transformer. Shiva is a Hindu god who represents good fortune. He is the remover of sin and horror and the giver of earthly bliss, good, and auspiciousness. Shiva is also known as Sankara, which means “Good Doer.” Shiva carries one beyond the three bodies (Tripura) that surround the Jiva, or embodied soul: gross, subtle, and causal.

As a result, he is known as the Hara, or the Remover of All Evil, as well as the idol of renunciation. You should recite Karpur Gauram Karunavtaaram in Hindi to protect yourself from evil energy and to get a positive mind to defeat all odds which come in our life.

Karpur Gauram Karunavtaaram Lyrics in Hindi

कर्पूरगौरं करुणावतारं

कर्पूरगौरं करुणावतारं
संसारसारम् भुजगेन्द्रहारम् ।
सदावसन्तं हृदयारविन्दे
भवं भवानीसहितं नमामि ॥

karpūragauraṁ karuṇāvatāraṁ
sansārsāram bhujagendrahāram |
sadāvasantaṁ hṛdayāravinde
bhavaṁ bhavānīsahitaṁ namāmi ||

Karpur Gauram Karunavtaram Meaning

  • karpūragauraṁ – One who is as white/pure as camphor (Karpur).
  • karuṇāvatāraṁ – The embodiment of kindness.
  • sansārsāram – The one who embodies the world’s essence.
  • bhujagendrahāram – The one with the serpent king as his garland.
  • sadāvasantaṁ hṛdayāravinde – The lotus-like heart is always present. ‘In the heart, that is (as pure as) lotus,’ Hridaya aravinde implies. Lotus, while being born in dirty waters, is unaffected by the mud. Lord Shiva, similarly, always (Sada) resides (Vasantham) in the hearts of creatures who are unaffected by earthly problems.
  • bhavaṁ – To the Lord
  • bhavānīsahitaṁ namāmi – I bow in the presence of Goddess Bhavani (a form of Goddess Parvati, Shiva’s consort).

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