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Sri Lakshmi Narayana Hrudayam: A Powerful Sanskrit Stotram for Wealth and Prosperity

Sri Lakshmi Narayana Hrudayam: A Powerful Sanskrit Stotram for Wealth and Prosperity

Sri Lakshmi Narayana Hrudayam is a Sanskrit stotram (hymn) composed by an unknown author. It is a prayer to the divine couple Lakshmi and Narayana, who are the goddess of wealth and the supreme lord respectively. The stotram consists of two parts: Narayana Hrudayam and Lakshmi Hrudayam, which describe the qualities and glories of Narayana and Lakshmi, and also invoke their blessings for the devotees.


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The stotram is said to be very powerful and effective for those who seek wealth, prosperity, happiness and success in life. It is believed that by reciting this stotram with devotion and faith, one can attain all the material and spiritual benefits that Lakshmi and Narayana can bestow. The stotram also contains a nyasam (ritualistic invocation) and a dhyanam (meditation) that help the devotees to focus their mind and prepare themselves for the recitation.

The stotram is available in various formats online, such as PDF, audio and video. One can download the PDF version of the stotram for free from the following link: Sri Lakshmi Narayana Hrudayam [^2^]. One can also listen to or watch the stotram with lyrics from the following YouTube links: Sri Lakshmi Narayana Hrudayam Lakshmi Hrudaya Stotram & Dhyanam (With Lyrics) Powerful Mantra [^1^] or Shree Lakshmi Hrudayam Stotram - With Lyrics - Sanskrit Mantra [^3^].

The stotram is recommended to be recited daily or on auspicious occasions such as Diwali, Lakshmi Pooja, Ekadashi, Purnima, etc. It is also advised to recite the stotram with a clean body and mind, in a calm and sacred place, facing east or north, with a lamp or candle lit in front of the deities' images or idols. The stotram can be recited by anyone, regardless of their gender, age, caste or creed.

By chanting this stotram with sincerity and devotion, one can experience the grace and mercy of Sri Lakshmi Narayana, who are the source of all abundance and joy in this world.The following is a continuation of the article:

The stotram begins with the Narayana Hrudayam, which praises the supreme lord Narayana, who is also known as Vishnu, Hari, Krishna, Rama, etc. The stotram describes his various attributes, such as his omnipresence, omniscience, omnipotence, compassion, beauty, etc. It also narrates his various incarnations, such as Matsya, Kurma, Varaha, Narasimha, Vamana, Parashurama, Rama, Krishna, Buddha and Kalki. The stotram also mentions his consort Lakshmi, who is his eternal companion and the goddess of fortune.

The stotram then proceeds to the Lakshmi Hrudayam, which glorifies the goddess Lakshmi, who is also known as Shri, Padma, Kamala, etc. The stotram describes her various forms, such as Sri (the goddess of wealth and beauty), Bhu (the goddess of earth and nature), and Durga (the goddess of power and protection). It also narrates her various manifestations, such as Sita, Rukmini, Radha, etc. The stotram also mentions her lord Narayana, who is her inseparable lover and master.

The stotram concludes with a phala sruti (benefit statement), which enumerates the benefits of reciting this stotram. It says that by reciting this stotram with devotion and faith, one can attain all the four purusharthas (goals of human life), namely dharma (righteousness), artha (wealth), kama (desire) and moksha (liberation). It also says that by reciting this stotram with a pure heart and mind, one can please Lakshmi and Narayana, who will shower their blessings upon the devotee and fulfill all their wishes. 29c81ba772


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