Uma Maheswara Stotra

Uma Maheswara Stotram
By Adi Shankara
Translated by P. R. Ramachander

Nama Sivabhyam, Nava Youvanabhyam,
Paraspara slishta Vapurtharabhyam,
Nagendra Kanya vrusha Kethabhyam,
Namo Nama Sankara Parvatheebhyam

Salutations to Lord Shiva and Goddess Shivaa,
Who are always in fresh stage of youth,
Who cling to each other in tight embrace,
Of whom one is the daughter of the mountain,
And the other is one whose symbol is a bull,
Salutations and salutations to Lord Sankara
And to that Goddess Parvathy.

Nama Shivaabhyam sarasothsavabhyam,
Namaskruthabheeshta vara prathabhyam,
Narayanenarchitha padukabhyam,
Namo Nama Sankara Parvatheebhyam

Salutations to Lord Shiva and Goddess Shivaa,
Whose playful love is a festival,
Who grant boons to those who salute them,
And whose feet is worshiped by Lord Narayana,
Salutations and salutations to Lord Sankara
And to that Goddess Parvathy.

Nama Shivaabhyam vrusha vahanabhyam,
Virinchi vishnveendra su poojithaabhyam,
Vibhoothi pattera vilepanaabhyam,
Namo Nama Sankara Parvatheebhyam.

Salutations to Lord Shiva and Goddess Shivaa,
Who ride on the divine bull,
Who are worshipped by Vishnu, Brahma and Indra,
And whose bodies are anointed with Sandal and holy ash,
Salutations and salutations to Lord Sankara
And to that Goddess Parvathy.

Nama Shivaabhyam Jagadeeswarabhyam,
Jagat pathibhyabhyam, Jaya vigrahabhyam,
Jambhari mukhyair abhi vandidabhyam,
Namo Nama Sankara Parvatheebhyam.

Salutations to Lord Shiva and Goddess Shivaa,
Who are the lord and lady of the universe,
Who are always victorious,
And who are worshiped by Indra and his chiefs,
Salutations and salutations to Lord Sankara
And to that Goddess Parvathy.

Namashivaabhyam paramoushadabhyam,
Panchakshari panjara ranjithabhyam,
Prapancha srushti sthithi samhruthibhyam,
Namo Nama Sankara Parvatheebhyam.

Salutations to Lord Shiva and Goddess Shivaa,
Who are themselves the greatest medicine
Who are happy to hear panchakshari repeated,
And who create, rule and destroy the universe,
Salutations and salutations to Lord Sankara
And to that Goddess Parvathy.

Namashivaabhyam Athi sundarabhyam,
Athyanthamasaktha hrudambujabhyam,
Asesha lokaika hithamkarabhyam,
Namo Nama Sankara Parvatheebhyam.

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