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Śivaśivāstutiḥ

Salutations for You, Who is the Lord of Himālaya (Giriśa). Salutations for You, Who is the Daughter of Himālaya. Salutations for Śiva, Who has a flag with a mark of a bull. Salutations for Śivā, Who has a flag with a mark of a lion.[1]

Salutations for Śiva, Who is adorned with splendor. Salutations for Śivā, Who is perfumed with a paste of sandalwood. Salutations for Śiva, Whose eyes resemble the blade of a plough. Salutations for Śivā Who has lotus-like eyes.[2]

Salutations for Śiva, Who holds a trident in His hands. Salutations for Śivā, Who holds a shining lotus in Her hands. Salutations for You Śiva, Who has the directions as His clothes. Salutations for Śivā, Who has a colorful variegated apparel.[3]

Salutations for Śiva, Who has an ornament of moon. Salutations for Śivā, Who is honored by glittering ornaments. Salutations for Śiva, Who has marked ear-hoops of gold. Salutations for Śivā, Who has resplendent ear-hoops studded with jewels.[4]

Salutations for Śiva, Who is the ruler of stars and planets. Salutations for Śivā, Whose shoulder is adorned by a garland. Salutations for Śiva, Who has a complexion of golden color. Salutations for Śivā, Who is much more beautiful than golden objects.[5]

Salutations for Śiva, Who is the destroyer of Tripurāsura. Salutations for Śivā, Who is the destroyer of the demon Madhu. Salutations for Śiva, Who is the slayer of Andhaka. Salutations for Śivā, Who is the slayer of Kaiṭabha.[6]

Salutations for Śiva, Who is full of knowledge on an eternal basis. Salutations for Śivā, Who bestows the cloud-like eternal bliss to everyone. Salutations for Śiva, Who is adorned by matts of tress-locks. Salutations for Śivā, Who is adorned by a snake like (curvy) string of flowers.[7]

Salutations for Śiva, Who is the abode of the fragrance of camphor. Salutations for Śivā, Who is ornated by a shining mark of Kuṅkuma. Salutations for Śiva, Who is offered with the fruits of wood-apple and mango. Salutations for Śivā, Who is offered with the fragrance of jasmine.[8]

Salutations for Śiva, Who adorns the celestial system of the world. Salutations for Śivā, Who is adorned by the sparkle of precious stones. Salutations for Śiva, Who is eulogized by the Vedānta books. Salutations for Śivā, Who is eulogized in every way by the Lord of the world (i.e., Śiva).[9]

Salutations for Śiva, Who is extoled eternally by everyone. Salutations for Śivā, Whose slippers are worshipped with lotus. Salutations for Śiva, Whose body has been embraced by Śivā. Salutations for Śivā, Whose body has been embraced by Śiva.[10]

Salutations for Śiva, Who is the eternal father. O Girijā! Salutations for You, Who is the eternal mother. Salutations for Śiva, Who destroys the fear of desires (Kāma). Salutations for Śivā, Who increases the desire (Kāma).[11]

Salutations for Śiva, Who is eating away poison (from the universe). Salutations for Śivā, Who is eating divine nectar. Salutations for Śiva, Who is the supreme Lord. O Goddess, Who is adorned with sandalwood! Salutations to You.[12]

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Poet: Ṣaṇmukha

Book: Śivarahasyam

Translator: Animesh Kumar

Submitter: Animesh Kumar

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