The Garuda Purana

by Manmatha Nath Dutt | 1908 | 245,256 words | ISBN-13: 9788183150736

The English translation of the Garuda Purana: contents include a creation theory, description of vratas (religious observances), sacred holidays, sacred places dedicated to the sun, but also prayers from the Tantrika ritual, addressed to the sun, to Shiva, and to Vishnu. The Garuda Purana also contains treatises on astrology, palmistry, and preci...

Chapter XXIX - Mantras to be used in connection with the worship of Shridhara manifestation of Vishnu

Hari said:—I will now describe the Trailokyamohini rite (fascinating the three worlds) of the foremost of male beings, its adoration and the mantram called Shridhara which yeilds religious profit, desire and wives.

Om, Hrim, Shrim, Klim, Hum, Om, Namas: O foremost of male-beings! O thou of an incomparable form! O thou the abode of the goddess of prosperity! O thou the agitator of the entire universe! O thou who rivest the hearts of all women! O thou who maddenst the three worlds! Distress the hearts of all beautiful women amongst the celestials and Asuras; dry them up, strike them, check them, melt them and attract them. O thou of great auspiciousness! O thou of good luck! O thou the giver of all desired-for objects! destroy such and such person with thy discus, club or sword. Cut him with all thy weapons, strike him with thy goad, inflict him. Why dost thou wait.? Save me, save me, so long my Siddhi is not perfected. Hum, phat, salutation. Shrim, salutation unto the holder of Shri and the enchanter of the three worlds. Klim, salutation unto the foremost of male beings, the enchanter of the three worlds.

Hum, salutation unto Vishnu, the enchanter of the three worlds. Om, Shrim, Hrim, Klim, salutation unto Vishnu, the enchanter of the three worlds.

All the Trailokyamohana mantrams are capable of securing the accomplishment of all objects. They may be meditated upon again separately and in brief.

Having adored with mantrams the seat, the image, the six limbs, discus, club, sword, mace, conch-shell, the Shranga, arrow, noose, goad, Lakshmi, Garuda and Vishvaksena one attains to all.

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