Posted: 26.10.2006
By Acharya Manatunga
O Jina! With devotion I have made up this garland of prayer of your qualities. I have decorated it with charming and multicoloured flowers [of sentiments]. The devotee who always wears it in the neck [memorizes and chants] obtains the highest honour and unobtainable goddess of wealth [the goal of liberation].
Posted: 25.10.2006
By Acharya Manatunga
O Jina! The wise, who recites this eulogy [with devotion] is always free of fears of exited big elephants, [ferocious] lions, fire, [poisonous] snakes, ocean, severe dropsy [fatal disease] and bondage. In fact, fear itself is afraid from the fear of these causes.
Posted: 24.10.2006
By Acharya Manatunga
[O liberated soul!] People [put in prison], tied from toe to neck in heavy chains, whose thighs have been bruised by rough edges of chain-links, get unshackled and freed themselves from bondage of fear very soon by chanting your name constantly.
Posted: 23.10.2006
By Acharya Manatunga
O Omniscient! [A sick person] disfigured due to advanced dropsy and having lost all hope of recovery and survival, when smeared with the nectar like dust particles taken from your lotus feet, [fully recovers] and becomes handsome like the cupid god.
Posted: 22.10.2006
By Acharya Manatunga
[O Equanimous!] The [stormy] ocean being frightening with turbulent alligators and fearful with the big fish named pa?hina and pi?ha, in which the water fire is caught and the ships remain on the peak of the waves. [In this condition] leaving fear people [even] crosses [the ocean] remembering you.
Posted: 21.10.2006
By Acharya Manatunga
[O vanquisher of the passions!] In the fierce battle, where [brave] warriors eager to plod over the streams of blood gushing out of elephant pierced by sharp spears, the devotee having sought protection of the garden of your lotus feet embraces victory ultimately even over the most powerful [difficult to defeat] opponents [in other words, your devotee is always victorious in the end].
Posted: 20.10.2006
By Acharya Manatunga
[O conqueror of vices!] By reciting your name, in the battle [the most dreadful of] even with the uproar armies of the powerful kings of their swift horses, the elephants trumpeting, are destroyed in the same way the darkness is pierced by the first rays of the sun.
Posted: 19.10.2006
By Acharya Manatunga
[O Benevolent!] A devotee who has held nagadamani [medicine which destroys poison] of your pious name, in his heartcrosses fearlessly over an extremely venomous snake that has blood red eyes, black body like the neck of exited cuckoo, raised hood [that is, your devotee has no fear of snake].
Posted: 18.10.2006
By Acharya Manatunga
[O Jina!] All burning forest conflagration are fired by the Doom’s day stormy wind with its sky-high sparking flames. [And] it is ready to consume the entire world but is quenched by reciting your name.
Posted: 17.10.2006
By Acharya Manatunga
[O Jina!] A [ferocious] lion tears open the temples of elephant and scatters (spread) around white [bone] pearls made dripping bright with blood and ornamented the land. [Even such angry and roaring lion] ready to leap at its prey (kill), [gets pacified and] does not attack a devotee who has taken shelter at your [secure] feet (in other words, your devotee is free of the fear of ferocious lion).

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