Devata Karya Siddhy-Artham

Devata Karya Siddhy-Artham

Krsna Dvaipayana Vyasa has written this song "Devata Karya Siddhy-Artham”. The official name of this song is Rna Mocana Sri Nrsimha Stotram. This song is taken from the book Nrsimha Purana. This prayer to Lord Narsimha is for release from all worldly debts.
 
(1)
devata-karya-siddhy-artham
sabha-stambha-samudbhavam
sri-nrsimham maha-viram
namami rna-muktaye
 
(2)
laksmyalińgita-vamańge
bhaktanam vara-dayakam
sri-nrsimham maha-viram
namami rna-muktaye
 
(3)
antra-mala-dharam sańkha-
cakrabjayudha-dharinam
sri-nrsimham maha-viram
namami rna-muktaye
 
(4)
smaranat sarva-papa-ghnam
kadruja-visa-nasanam
sri-nrsimham maha-viram
namami rna-muktaye
 
(5)
simha-nadena mahata
dig-danti-bhaya-nasanam
sri-nrsimham maha-viram
namami rna-muktaye
 
(6)
prahlada-varadam srisam
daityesvara-vidaranam
sri-nrsimham maha-viram
namami rna-muktaye
 
(7)
krura-grahaih piditanam
bhaktanam abhaya-pradam
sri-nrsimham maha-viram
namami rna-muktaye
 
(8)
veda-vedanta-yajnesam
brahma-rudradi-vanditam
sri-nrsimham maha-viram
namami rna-muktaye
 
(9)
ya idam pathate nityam
rna-mocana-samjnitam
anrni jayate sadyo
dhanam sighram avapnuyat
 
 
(1) "To become free from debt I bow down before all-powerful Lord Nrsimha, who, to rescue the demigods, was born from a pillar in the palace.
 
(2) To become free from debt I bow down before all-powerful Lord Nrsimha, who is embraced by Goddess Laksmi at His left and who gives blessings to His devotees.
 
(3) To become free from debt I bow down before all-powerful Lord Nrsimha, who wears a garland of entrails and holds a conch, cakra, lotus, and a host of weapons.
 
(4) To become free from debt I bow down before all-powerful Lord Nrsimha. The remembrance of Him destroys all sins and counteracts the poison of snakes.
 
(5) To become free from debt I bow down before all-powerful Lord Nrsimha, whose great lion-roar calms the fears of the elephants who guard the directions.
 
(6) To become free from debt I bow down before all-powerful Lord Nrsimha, the master of the goddess of fortune. He blessed Prahlada and ripped apart the demons' king.
 
(7) To become free from debt I bow down before all-powerful Lord Nrsimha, who gives fearlessness to His devotees when they are troubled by cruel planets.
 
(8) To become free from debt I bow down before all-powerful Lord Nrsimha, who is the master of yajnas, Vedas, Vedanta. Brahma, Siva, and all the demigods bow down before him.
 
(9) This prayer is called Rna-mocana (Prayer to Lord Nrsimha for Release From Worldly Debts). One who regularly reads this prayer is at once freed from debt."