Apr 12 2 Comments Tags: Hayagriva , sanskrit , stotram , Vishnu. Hayagriva Stotram was composed by Sri Venkatadesika. In AD a great saint, poet and logician by the name Sri Venkatanatha was born, who was later to be known as Sri Venkatadesika. Sri Venkatadesika had composed hundreds of stotras and many other philosophical works such as a commentary on Vishishta Advaita, Brahmasutras, many natakas and kavyas of which, two of them viz. If well imparted, it will be of immense help to the millions of little children who are burdened with heavy workloads in the schools and a stiff academic competition. Hayagreeva Hayagriva haya means horse and greeva means neck.
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His dhivya mangaLa vigraham is like a hill made up of suddha spatikam gem crystal. He spreads His nectarine lustre on the three worlds and renders them white. Veda-VedAnthams are not composed by anyone. They struggle even today in their efforts to describe adequately Your SvarUpam, ThirumEni and Your anantha kalyAna guNams; they cannot see the limits shores to the ocean of Your glories.
Such is their magnitude of Your countless glories! Inspite of it, adiyEn has come forward boldly to sing about those limitless glories. It is indeed sheer foolishness on my part to engage in this impossible endeavour.
Please consider me as one of Your children with limited intellect and shower on me Your mercy-laden katAkshams inspite of my saahasam boldness. I am a fit object for Your auspicious and merciful katAkshams. Oh HayagrIva Bhagavann! The two asurAs by the name of Madhu and Kaitabhan stole those VedAs from Your son, when he was temporarily distracted.
Brahma was totally incapable of performing his srushti duties as a result of the loss of the vedaas. He was dumbfounded and actionless. It is because of that the chiefs among DevAs enjoy their high posts and positions without oscillations i. At that time, You present Yourself in the form of the manthrams that they recite and receive their Havis Oblations such as parched rice, pressed somA juice et al directly.
Afterwards, You pass on those tasty oblations to the DevAs and make them fully contented. These VedAs are like big trees with many branches. The principal root for all these VedAs is the manthram celebrated as PraNavam. Before creation, this world was a shapeless and nameless mass moola prakruthi or avyAkrutham. Out of that moola prakruthi, You created MahAn-ahankAram and pancha bhUthams and gave them names and forms.
Then, You embodied them as well as entered into them as antharyAmi. You also become their ultimate goal and destination. Hence, the VedAs that originated from You salute You adoringly as the primary source and the ultimate goal of this prapancham.
Sri Hayagriva Stotram. Copyright Sri Parakala Matham.
Shri Hayagriva mantra with meaning - Gnanananda mayam devam
His dhivya mangaLa vigraham is like a hill made up of suddha spatikam gem crystal. He spreads His nectarine lustre on the three worlds and renders them white. Veda-VedAnthams are not composed by anyone. They struggle even today in their efforts to describe adequately Your SvarUpam, ThirumEni and Your anantha kalyAna guNams; they cannot see the limits shores to the ocean of Your glories. Such is their magnitude of Your countless glories!
Sri Hayagreeva (Hayagriva) Stotram in Sanskrit and English
Symbolically, the story represents the triumph of pure knowledge, guided by the hand of God, over the demonic forces of passion and darkness. Origins about the worship of Hayagriva have been researched, some of the early evidences dates back to 2, BCE,  when people worshipped the horse for its speed, strength, intelligence. His blessings are sought when beginning study of both sacred and secular subjects. He is also hailed as "Hayasirsa". He has four hands, with one in the mode of bestowing knowledge; another holds books of wisdom, and the other two hold the Conch and Discus. His beauty, like fresh cut crystal, is an auspicious brilliance that never decays.