श्रीराम जय राम जय जय राम, শ্ৰীৰাংজয়ৰাংজয়জয়ৰাং, শ্রীরাম জয় রাম জয় জয় রাম , શ્રીરામ જય રામ જયજય રામ, ಶ್ರೀರಾಮಜಯರಾಮಜಯಜಯರಾಮ, ശ്രിറാം ജയ് റാം ജയ്‌ ജയ് റാം, శ్రీరాంజయరాంజయజయరాం

Bhagavad GITA – श्रीमद् भगवत गीता

ओम पार्थाय प्रतिबॊधितां भगवता नारायणॆन स्वयं । व्यासॆन ग्रथितां पुराणमुनिना मध्यॆ महाभारतं ॥

अद्वैतामृतवर्षिणीं भगवतीमष्टादशाध्यायिनीं ।अम्बत्वामनुसंददामि भगवद्गीतॆ भवद्वॆषिणीम् ॥

O Mother Gita ,it was God Narayana Himself who gave birth to thee to enlighten Arjuna; and it was Vedavyasa , the celebrated compiler of the Puranas who incorporated thee in his

Mahabharata.Thou pourest the nector of Advaita (the doctrine which postulates only one reality )and art divided into eighteen parts or Adhyayas. Thou riddest thy votaries from the fear of birth and death.

I repeatedly fix my mind on thee.

नमॊस्तुतॆ व्यास विशालबुदधॆ फुल्लारविन्दायतपत्रनॆत्र । यॆन त्वया भारत तैलपूर्णः प्रज्वालितॊ ज्ञानमय प्रदीपः ॥

 Invocation to Bhagavan Vedavyasa

Obeisance  to Thee ,O Vedavyasa  of mighty intellect and having eyes as large as the petals of a full blown lotus! It is you who have kindled this light of wisdom ( in the shape of the Gita).

 Placed in the oil of the Mahabharata (for driving away the darkness of ignorance prevailing from time without beginning in the chamber of our heart ).

 प्रपन्नपारिजाताय तॊत्रवॆत्रैकपाणयॆ । ज्ञानमुद्राय कृष्णाय गीतामृतदुहॆ नमः ॥

Salutations to Bhagavan Sri Krisna who is a wish yielding tree  to those who take refuge in Him ,who is holding a whip of cane  in one of His hands and has raised the other in a posture which is usually adopted 

while imparting   Knowledge (with the thumb and the index finger s held apart ),  and who has milked the nector  of the Gita.

 वसुदॆवसुतं दॆवं  कंस चाणूरमर्दनम् । दॆवकी परमानन्दं कृष्णं वन्दॆ जगद्गुरुम् ॥।

I  bow to Bhagavan Sri Krishns, the Celebrated Son of Vasudeva, , the vanquisher  of Kamsa and   Chanura ,the supreme  Joy of Devaki (His earthly mother)  and the Preceptor of the world.

भीष्मद्रॊणतटा जयद्रथजला गान्धारनीलॊपला । शल्यग्राहवती कृपॆण वहनी कर्णॆन वॆलाकुला ॥अश्वत्थाम विकर्ण घॊरमकरा दुर्यॊधनावर्तिनी । सॊत्तीर्णा खलु पाण्डवै रणनदी कैवर्तकः कॆशवः ॥

The river in the shape of the great war with the kauravas ( which the pandavas had to cross in order to regain their lost kingdom ) had the invincible warriors Bhisma and Drona for its inaccessible banks; Jayadratha formed the stream of water flowing in it and Sakuni the prince of Kanddhar and the maternal uncle of the Kaurava brothers , was a massive boulder standing in the middle of the current.Salya , King of Madra , stood as a huge alligator, and Krupacharya represented its main current, while Karna formed its high waves. Aswathama (son of Dronacharya )and Vikarna (one of the Kaurava brothers), were two terrible crocodiles in it, while Duryodhana represented a large and treacherous whirlpool. But the Pandavas succeeded in crossing this fearful river with the help of Bhagavan sri Krishna, who was their Helmsman.

मूकं करॊति वाचालं पंगुं लंघयतॆ गिरिं । यत्कृपा तमहं वन्दॆ परमानन्दमाधवम् ॥

I bow to Sri Krishna, the embodiment of supreme Bliss , whose Divine Grace makes the dumb eloquent and enables the cripple to cross a mountain.

यं ब्रह्मा वरुणॆन्द्र रुद्रमरुतः स्तुन्वन्ति दिव्यैस्तवैः वॆदैः सान्ग पदक्रमॊपनिषदैः गायन्ति यं सामगाः । ध्यानावस्थित् तद्गतॆन मनसा पश्यन्ति यं यॊगिनॊ ।यस्यान्तम् न विदुः सुरासुरगणा दॆवाय तस्मै नमः ॥

Obeisance to the Deity whom Brahma (the greator) Varuna (the God of water), Indra (the lord of paradise), Rudra (the Destroyer of the worlds), and Marut (the wind-god ), extol with celestial hymns ; whose praises are sung by the chanters, of Samaveda ( one of the three principle vedas associated with music )through the vedas along with their vauxiliary sciences such as Astronomy, Grammar and so on , the various modes of their recitation known as Pada , Krama, etc.;and the Upanisads (which form their crowning glory), whom the Yogis percieve in their heart with their mind cocentrated on Him in meditation and whose limits are unknown even to the Devas (celestials )and the Asuras.(demons).