Krishna Worships Shiva Stuthi Krishna’s Caution


Hari and Hara are the same.

 

The are the manifestation of the same Reality.

 

The appear to be different because of Functionality and the Approach of the Devotee.

 

When the are Human Form the show the world that the are the same b worshiping each other.

 

Shiva declares Rama Nama, the name of Lord Rama is the greatest Mantra, the Mantra that is sweetest to hear, by chanting the name of Rama one gets the benefit of chanting the 1000 names of Vishnu.

 

‘Sree Rama Rama Rameethi Rame Raame Manorame,

Sahasrakoti thastulyam Sree Rama Nama Varaanane’-Vishnu Sahasranama.

 

Lord Krishna too worshiped Shiva and he was the one who advised Arjuna to pray Lord Shiva for Pasupathaastra in the Mahabharata.

 

I post here below the Shiva Stuthis by Lord Krishna.

 

Lord Krishna’s Vision of Shiva and Parvati.

 

 

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Harihara

Kireetinam gadinam chitramaalam Pinaakinam Shulinam Devadevam, 

Shaardula charmaambara samvrutaangam Devyaa Mahaadevamasou dadarsha/ 

Paraswadhaasakta karam Trinetram Nrisimha charmaavrita sarva gaatram, 

Samudgirantam Pranavam brihantam Sahasra Surya pratimam dadarsha/ 

Prabhum Puraanam Purusham Purastaat Sanaatanam Yoginameeshitaaram, 

Anorineeyamsamananta Shaktim Praaneswaram Shambhumasou dadarsha/ 

Na yasya Devaa na Pitaamahopi nendro na chaagnir -varuno na Mrityuh, 

Prabhaavamadyaapi Vadanti Rudram Tamaadi Devam Puruto dadarsha/ 

Tadaanvapashyad Girishasya Vaame Swaatmaanmavyakta manantarupam, 

Stuvantameesham Bahubhirvachobhihi Shankhaasichakraarpita hastamaadyam/ 

Kritaanjalim Dakshinatah Suresham Hamsaadhirudham Purusham dadarsha, 

Stuvantameeshasya Param Prabhaavam Pitaamaham Lokagurum Divistham/ 

Ganeswaraanarka sahasra kalpaan Nandeeswaraadeenamita Prabhaavaan, 

Triloka bhartruh Puratonwapashtat Kumaaramagni pratimam sashaakham/ 

Marichamatrim Pulaham Pulastham Prachertasam Dakshamathaapi Kanvam, 

Paraasharam tatparato Vasishtham Swayambhuvah chaapi Manum dadarsha/ 

 

Namostu tey Shashwata Sarvayoney Brahmaadhipam, 

Twaamrushayo vadanti, 

Tapascha Satwam cha Rajastamascha Twaameva Sarvam pravadanti Santah/ 

Twam Brahmaa Hariratha Vishwayoniragnih Samhartaa Dinakara mamdalaadhivaasah, 

Praanastwam Hutavaha Vaasavaadi bhedastwaamekam sharanamupaimi Devameesham/

 Saamkhyaastwaam Vigunamathaahureka rupam Yogastwaam satatamupaasatey hrudistham, 

Vedaastwaamabhidadhateeh Rudramagnim twaamekam sharanamu-  paimi Devameesham/ 

Twatpaadey kusumamathaapi patramekam Dattvaasou bhavati Vimukta Vishwa bandhah, 

Sarvaagham pranudati Siddhayogijushtam Smrutwaa tey padayugalam bhavatprasaadaat/ 

(My salutations to You Shaaswata! Sarva Mula Kaarana or the Root Cause of the Totality; Rishis affirm that you are the Master of Brahma; they assert that you are the Spring of the Three Gunas of Satwa-Rajasa-Tamasas; indeed you are the one residing in all the Lokas of Brahma, Vishnu, Vishwayoni, Agni, Samharta and also in Surya Mandala; You are the varied Forms of Praana, Hutavaha or Agni, Indra and all other Devaas; I have arrived into the shelter of Maha Deva; Saankhya Shastra Vedis extol you as the Singular and Gunaateeta  Entity beyond Gunas and Maha Yogis are in constant search for you and perform ‘Upasana’; Vedas  commend you as Rudra and Agni. Mahadeva! I seek indulgence and support! Human Beings place a flower or even a Bilwa Patra on your feet and you oblige them to get rid of the Shackles of Samsara! When Siddhaas and Yogis think of your sanctified feet sincerely, you are merciful to smash the burden of their sins!) 

Yasyaseshavibhaaga- heenamamalam hridyantaraavasthitam 

Tatwam Jyotiranantamekamachalam Satyam Param Sarvagam, 

Sthaanam praahuranaadi madhyanidhanam yasmaadidam jaayatey 

Nityam twaahu –mupaimi Satyavibhavam Vishweswaram tam Shivam/ 

Om Namo Nilakanthaaya Trinetraaya cha ramhasey,

Maha Devaaya tey nityameeshaanaaya Namo namah/ 

Namah Pinaakiney tubhyam namo Mundaaya Dandiney, 

Namastey Vajrahastaaya Digvastraaya Kapardiney/ 

Namo Bhairava naadaay Kaalarupaaya damshtriney, 

Naaga Yagnopaveetaaya Namastey Vahniretasey/ 

Namostutey Gireeshaaya Swaahaakaaraaya tey namah, 

Namo Muktaattahaasaaya Bheemaaya cha namo namah/ 

Namastey Kaamanaashaaya namah Kaalapramaathiney, 

Namo Bhairava Veshaayaa Haraaya cha Nishanginey/ 

Namostutey Traimbakaaya Namastey Kritthivaasasey, 

Namombikaadhi pataye Pashunaam Pataye namah/ 

( I seek shelter unto the truthfully glorified Vishweshwara Shiva, whom Tatwajnas worship as he is Indivisible, Transparent, Existent in one’s interiors of heart, Luminous, Infinite, Unique, Stable, Truthful, All-Pervasive displayer of Beginning-Central-Terminating points of Life. My sincere salutations to you Pranava Swarupa, Nilakantha, Trilochana, Shakti Rupa, Maha Deva, Ishaana, Pinaaka dhanush dhaari, Munda-Danda Dhaarana, Vajra hasta dhaarana, Digvastra, Kapardini or Jataadhaari with Matted Locks; Bhairava naada, Kaala Swarupa; Naagayajnopaveeta dhari (He who wears Serpents as the Holy Thread); Agni samaana veerya nidhana (He whose semen is like Fire); Gireesha; Swaahaakaara or of the Swarupa of Offerings to Agni in Homas; Mukta -atthahaasa or  He whose maddening voice reverberates; Bheema rupa; Kaamanaasha or the Destroyer of Lust; Kaala Pramathiney or He is capable  of churning Mrityu Devata; Bhairava Vesha; Hara;  Nishanginey or he who carries sword and bow- arrows; Triabikaaya or Three-Eyed; Kruttivaasa or Wearer of Elephant Skin; Ambikaadhipataye or the husband of Devi Ambika; Pashupati or the Supreme Chief of Beings). 

Namastey Vyomarupaaya Vyomaadhipataye namah, 

Nara naari shareeraaya Saankhya Yoga Pravartivey/ 

Namo Deva Naathaaya Devaanugatalinginey, 

Kumaara guravey tubhyam Devadevaaya tey namah/ 

Namo Yagnaadhipataye Namastey Brahmachaariney, 

Mrigavyaadhaaya mahetey Brahmaadhipataye namah/ 

Namo Hamsaaya Vishwaaya Mohanaaya namo namah, 

Yoginey Yoga gamyaaya Yogamayaaya tey namah/ 

Namastey Praana Paalaaya Ghantaanaada priyaaya cha, 

Kapaaliney namastubhyam jyotishaam pataye namah/ 

Namo namo namastubhyam bhuya eva namo namah, 

Mahyam sarvaatmanaa Kaamaan prayachha Parameshwara/ 

(Namastey Akaasharupa! Akaashaadhipati! Artha Naareeshwara, Practitioner of Saankhya Yoga, Devanaatha, Shiva Linga that is worshipped by Devas always; the Guru of Kumara Skanda; Devadeva! My greetings to you Yagnaadhipati! Brahmachariney; Maha Mriga Vyaadha or hunter; Mahatey; Brahmaadhipataye; Hamsa Swarupa; Vishwa Mohana! You are the Yogi; Yoga gamya; Yoga Maya; Praana Paalaka; Ghanta naada priya or He who likes the sound of bells; Kapaalini; Jyotisha or Nakshatra Pati; Sarva Kaama Pradaata, Parameshwara; my repeated salutations to you again and again!) 

Shri Krishna eulogised Parameswara and fell on the feet of Shiva-Parvatis. As a gladdened Parvati was enjoying Krishna’s visit, Parama Shiva embraced Krishna and said: Krishna! You are indeed the bestower of wishes to one and all yourself! Krishna smiled and said that they knew indeed whatever he approached them for; but the boon that he sought was to bless him to secure a son as renowned as Maha Deva himself! As both Shiva and Parvati granted the wish, Shri Krishna visitited Kailasha for enjoyment and rerturned to Dwaraka. On his rerturn, Maharshi Markandeya arrived at Dwaraka and together they did the ‘Pratishtha’(installation) of a Shiva Linga and formal worship of the Shiva Linga. Consequent to Shiva Darshana, Krishna was blessed with the birth of Saambu from Devi Jambavati.

Krishna-Shiva’s Identity: Maharshi Markandeya wondered as to why Krishna who himself was worship-worthy and granted boons to his devotees, Krishna replied smilingly: 

Bhavataa kathitam sarvam tathyameva na samshayaha, 

Tathaapi Devameeshaanaam Pujayaami Sanaatanam/ 

Na mey vipraasti kartavyam naanavaaptam kathanchana, 

Pujayaami tathaapeesham jaanannetat Param Shivam/ 

Na vai pashyanti tam Devam Maayayaa mohitaa janaah, 

Tatoham swaatmano mulam jaapayanj pujayaami tam/ 

Na cha Lingaarchanaat Punyam Lokesmin bheetinaashanam, 

Tathaa Linge hitaaaishaam lokaanaam Pujayecchivam/ 

Yoham tallingamityaahur Vedavaada vido janaah,

Tatohamaatma meeshaanam Puja- yaamyaatmanaiva tu/ 

Tasyaiva Paramaa Murtistanmayoham na samshayah, 

Naavayorvidyatey bhedo Vedeyshvevam vinischayah/ 

Yesha Devo Mahaadevah sadaa samsaara bheerubhih, 

Dhyeyaha Pujascha Vandyascha Jneyo Lingey Maheshwarah/ 

 

Krishna’s caution to Vishnu Bhaktas.

 

Paraat parataram yaanti Naraayana paraayanaah, 

Na tey tatra gamishyanti ye dwishanti Maheswaram/ 

Dhyaanam homam Tapastaptam Jnaanam  Yajnaadiko vidhih, 

Teshaam Vinasyanti Kshipram ye nindanti Pinaakinam/ 

Yo maam samaashrayetrityamekaantam bhava- maashritah, 

Vinindya Devameeshaanam sa yaanti narakaayutam/ 

Tasmaat saa Parihartavyaa nindaa Pashupatou Dwijaah, 

Karmanaa Manasaa Vaachaa tadbhakteyshwapi yatnatah/ 

( Surely Narayana bhaktaas should be able to attain excellent Places of Mukti, but who ever think of Maheshwara with dislike would never ever reach any where! Those who keep hatred against and find fault with Shiva would be instantly be negated of their endeavours for Vishnu and their dhyaana, homa, Tapas and Yagnaadi Karyaas would be wasted in futility. What is worse, those who possess negative feelings for Mahadeva should be punished for thousand years of Naraka experiences. My warning to you Dwijaas therefore, Pashupati bhakti must always be retained by way of Karmanaa-Manasaa-Vaachaa means or by way of deeds-thoughts and speech in favour of Maha Deva!) 

 

 

Slokas from Koorma Puran.

Citation.

http://www.kamakoti.org/kamakoti/kurmapurana/bookview.php?chapnum=12

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