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One should think of the name Viṣṇu while taking medicine, Janārdana while taking food, Padmanābha (One Who has a lotus at navel) in bed, Prajāpati in marriage, Cakradhara (One Who holds a discus) in battles, Trivikrama (One Who crossed the universe in three-steps) in home, Nārāyaṇa at the time of leaving body, and Śrīdhara in union with beloved.[1—2]
Remember the name Govinda in bad dreams, Madhusūdana (One Who killed Madhu) in troubles, Nārasiṁha (One Who is man-lion) in forests, Jalaśāyin (One Who is reclining in water) in fire, % Varāha (boar) in the middle of water, Raghunandana (One Who is dear to Raghu) in mountains, Vāmana in travel, and Mādhava in all other deeds.[3—4]
Having woken up, each morning, one who reads these sixteen names, he becomes free of all the sins and proceeds to the world of Viṣṇu.
Translator: Animesh Kumar
Submitter: Animesh Kumar
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