Pranamya Shirasa Devam Mantra
Pranamya Shirasa Devam Mantra

Pranamya Shirasa Devam Mantra

Pranamya Shirasa Devam Mantra Lyrics, Meaning, Benefits, Download

Learn everything about this Ganesha mantra that helps you remove obstacles from your life
 
 
The Pranamya Shirasa Devam mantra is a solemn prayer to Lord Ganesha.
It invokes Ganesha, the god of auspiciousness and success. Ganesha is also known as the remover of all obstacles or Vighnaharta.
Chanting or listening to the Pranamya Shirasa Devam mantra helps you to overcome any hurdles that come your way.
The mantra has the power to channel our inner devotion, dedication, and intention to get out of any difficult situation. The mantra also has the power to bless one with long life and prosperity.
We, at Mahakatha, have brought this mantra to life through our Ancient Chants album. Pranamya Shirasa Devam is part of the Ancient Chants from India - Volume 1 album.
 

Lyrics of the Mantra

Verse 1:
|| Pranamya Shirasa Devam
Gauriputram Vinayakam
Bhakta Vasam Smare Nityam
Aayuh Kamartha Siddhye ||
 
Verse 2:
|| Prathamam Vakratundam Cha
Ekadandatam Dvitiyakam
Tritiyam Krushnapingaksham
Gajvaktram Chaturthakam ||
 
Verse 3:
|| Lambodaram Panchamam Cha
Shashtham Vikatmev Cha
Saptamam Vighnrajendram
Dhumravarnam Tathashtakam ||
 
Verse 4:
|| Navamam Bhalchandram Cha
Dashamam Tu Vinayakam
Ekadasham Ganpatim
Dvadasham Tu Gajananam ||
 
Verse 5:
|| Dvadashaitani Namani
Trisandhyam Yah Pathennarah
Na Cha Vighnabhayam
Tasya Sarvsiddhikaram Prabhoo ||
 
Verse 6:
|| Vidhyarthi Labhate Vidhyam
Dhanarthi Labhate Dhanam
Putrarthi Labhate Putran
Moksharthi Labhate Gatim ||
 
Verse 7:
|| Japed Ganpatistotram
Shadbhirmasaih Fhalam Labhet
Samvatsaren Siddhim Cha
Labhate Natra Sanshayah ||
 
Verse 8:
|| Ashthabhyo Brahmanebhyshya
Likhitva Yaha Samarpayet
Tasya Vidhya Bhavetsarva
Ganeshsya Prasadtah ||
 

Meaning of the Mantra

Verse 1:
|| Pranamya Shirasa Devam
Gauriputram Vinayakam
Bhakta Vasam Smare Nityam
Aayuh Kamartha Siddhye ||
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Meaning:
I bow to Lord Ganesha,
The son of Gauri and the Alleviator of all obstacles.
I surrender as I invoke many magnificent identities with devotion,
I seek the power of this mantra to bless me with a long life full of manifested desires.
 
Verse 2:
|| Prathamam Vakratundam Cha
Ekadandatam Dvitiyakam
Tritiyam Krushnapingaksham
Gajvaktram Chaturthakam ||
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Meaning:
The first identity: the One with a curved trunk,
Second: the One with a broken tusk.
Third: the One with beautiful eyes of black, brown and red,
Fourth: the one with a gigantic form.
 
Verse 3:
|| Lambodaram Panchamam Cha
Shashtham Vikatmev Cha
Saptamam Vighnrajendram
Dhumravarnam Tathashtakam ||
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Meaning:
The fifth identity, the One with a large belly, symbolizing prosperity,
The Sixth: the One who crushes evil.
Seventh: the One who removes all obstacles and suffering,
Eighth: the One whose body is of the color of smoke.
 
Verse 4:
|| Navamam Bhalchandram Cha
Dashamam Tu Vinayakam
Ekadasham Ganpatim
Dvadasham Tu Gajananam ||
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Meaning:
The ninth identity: the One with a beautiful crescent on his head,
Tenth: the One who ends all suffering.
Eleventh: the Fierce Leader of Lord Shiva’s army,
And Twelfth: the One with an elephant’s face.
 
Verse 5:
|| Dvadashaitani Namani
Trisandhyam Yah Pathennarah
Na Cha Vighnabhayam
Tasya Sarvsiddhikaram Prabhoo ||
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Meaning:
Anyone who surrenders to Lord Ganesha with complete devotion,
And practices this mantra three times a day.
And remembers all His 12 identities,
Will gain the power to achieve any wish, banish fear, and overcome hurdles.
 
Verse 6:
|| Vidhyarthi Labhate Vidhyam
Dhanarthi Labhate Dhanam
Putrarthi Labhate Putran
Moksharthi Labhate Gatim ||
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Meaning:
Seekers of knowledge will gain knowledge,
Seekers of wealth will gain money.
Seekers of children will be blessed,
And seekers of salvation will be granted it.
 
Verse 7:
|| Japed Ganpatistotram
Shadbhirmasaih Fhalam Labhet
Samvatsaren Siddhim Cha
Labhate Natra Sanshayah ||
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Meaning:
The lives of those who practice this mantra regularly will begin to change in 6 months.
And in a year, all their desires will be manifested without a doubt.
 
Verse 8:
|| Ashthabhyo Brahmanebhyshya
Likhitva Yaha Samarpayet
Tasya Vidhya Bhavetsarva
Ganeshsya Prasadtah ||
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Meaning:
The one who shares this mantra in writing to eight wise people as an offering to Lord Ganesha.
Will be blessed with abundance by Lord Ganesha.
 

Variations of the Mantra

This mantra is commonly used by devotees to invite the blessings of Lord Ganesha
The same mantra is commonly referred to by two names that you'd be familiar with:
Pranamya Shirasa Devam: This is a reference to the opening line of the verse, translating to "I bow down with my head to the God.
Gauriputram Vinayakam: Refers to Lord Ganesha, the son of Goddess Gauri (Parvati). Vinayakam is another name for Ganesha.
While the name differs, the core lyrics and interpretation of the mantra remain similar.
 

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Benefits of the Mantra

The Pranamya Shirasa Devam Mantra holds several benefits for the mind of both the chanter and the listener.
Listening to this powerful Ganesha mantra along with meditation helps you in the following ways.
 
Benefit 1 - Overcome obstacles
Chanting or meditating to this mantra helps us overcome obstacles on the way to success
 
Benefit 2 - Reduces nervousness
It is also extremely calming during bouts of nervousness or anxiety
 
Benefit 3 - Aids manifestation
This mantra is ideal for speeding up manifestation
 

History of the Mantra

The powerful Ganesh Stotram, Pranamya Shirasa Devam, is found in the Narada Purana.
It offers praise to Lord Ganesha, traditionally considered to be the remover of obstacles in Hindu mythology.
This is why Lord Ganesha is worshipped at the beginning of every auspicious occasion.
Pranamya Shirasa Devam is also known as the Shri Ganesha Stotram or Sankata Nashanam Ganapati Stotram.