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Sri Navagraha Stotra with Meaning

Introduction

The revered Sage Ved Vyas was the composer of the Navagraha Stotra. The nine planets of the solar system play an essential role in the life of humans. Their positioning at the time of our birth is indicative of the quality of our life. The Navagrahas (nine planets) impact our lives through their position and movements therein. They also reflect our past karma and how our past deeds influence our current life.

The Navagraha Stotra comprises of nine Mantras (hymns) of the nine planets. The Stotra has been created to nullify the harmful effects or negative energies that emanate from the planets. Reciting or chanting the Navagraha Stotra every day will help remove obstacles and difficulties from our lives. The planets can affect our mental state, physical health, and cause impediments in our lives. When we chant the Stotra with faith and devotion, it reaches the Graha Devta directly.

When we synchronize our body vibrations to the light and sound energy emitted by the planets, then we can avail maximum benefit. Through devotion and doing good deeds, we can appease the planets.

The Navagraha Stotra is a powerful tool, and chanting the Stotra every day helps reduce any negative impact the relevant planets may have on our birth charts.

sri navagraha stotra

Shri Navagraha Stotram

1) जपाकुसुम संकाशं काश्यपेयं महदद्युतिम् |
तमोरिंसर्वपापघ्नं प्रणतोSस्मि दिवाकरम् || १ |

Japaa kusumaa Sankasam, Kaasyapeyam Mahaath’ yuthim
Thamo’urim sarva Paapa ganam Pranathosmi Dhiwaakaram

Salutations to Surya Deva, the Sun God, the son of Kashyapa, with the radiance of the beautiful hibiscus flower. He who is bright and the dispeller of darkness and one who eliminates all sins, I prostrate before you.

2) दधिशंखतुषाराभं क्षीरोदार्णव संभवम् |
नमामि शशिनं सोमं शंभोर्मुकुट भूषणम् || २ ||

Dhadhi sanka Thushaaraabham Ksheero Dhaarnava Sambhavam
Namaami sasinam Somam Sambhor makuta Bhooshanam

Salutations to Chandra Deva, the Moon God, whose radiance was so powerful that he had to immerse in an ocean of milk, from which he emerged with pure white hues, to ensure the survival of the world. He who appeared from the eyes of Sage Atri, he who adorns Shiva, the Supreme God, as a beautiful ornament, I worship you.

3) धरणीगर्भ संभूतं विद्युत्कांति समप्रभम् |
कुमारं शक्तिहस्तं तं मंगलं प्रणाम्यहम् || ३ ||

Dharanee garbha Sambhootham Vidhyuth kaanthi Samaprabham
Kumaaram Sakthi Hasthancha Mangalam Pranamaam Yaham

Salutations to Mars, he who was born of the earth, the son of Bhooma Devi (Mother Earth). The one who shines like a cluster of lightning. He who wields immense power over the earth and is like Kartikeya, a divine youth bearing the weapon Shakti (power) in his hands. I prostrate before you.

4) प्रियंगुकलिकाश्यामं रुपेणाप्रतिमं बुधम्
सौम्यं सौम्यगुणोपेतं तं बुधं प्रणमाम्यहम्

Piryangu kali Kaasyaamam – Roope’naa Prathimam Budham
Sowmyam sowmya Gunopetham – Tham Bhudham Pranamaam Yaham

Salutations to Mercury, the son of the Moon God, Chandra Deva, who is radiant like gold and saffron, and has immense charm. He who has immense and unequaled beauty like the dark bud of the Piryangu flower and is intelligent. The one who is an epitome of peace. I bow before you, O Budha, the son of the Moon God.

5) देवानांच ऋषीनांच गुरुं कांचन सन्निभम्
बुद्धिभूतं त्रिलोकेशं तं नमामि बृहस्पतिम्

Dhe’vaanaancha Risheenaancha Gurum Kaanchan sannibham
Bhudhdhi bhootham Thrilokesam Thannamaami Bhruhaspathim

Salutations to Jupiter, the one is the Guru of the Gods and Devas and controls the three worlds-heaven, earth, and hell, bright and shining like gold, eloquent and intelligent. The one who has complete wisdom. I prostrate before your radiance, O Brihaspati.

6) हिमकुंद मृणालाभं दैत्यानां परमं गुरुम्
सर्वशास्त्र प्रवक्तारं भार्गवं प्रणमाम्यहम्

Hima kundha M’runaalaabam Dhaithyaanam Paramam Gurum
Sarva saasthra Pravruththaaram Bhaargavam Pranamaam Yaham

Salutations to Shukra, the son of Sage Bhrigu, the one who sparkles like a pure crystal, has the luster of the Thumba flower and the lotus stem, he who is the Master of the demons and has knowledge of all the Shastras (sciences).

7)नीलांजन समाभासं रविपुत्रं यमाग्रजम्
छायामार्तंड संभूतं तं नमामि शनैश्चरम्

Neelaanchana Samaabaasam – Raviputhram Yamaagrajam
Chaayaa Maarthaanda Sambhootham – Thannamaami Sanaicharam

Salutations to Shani, the one who is dark in color, like the blue color of Nilanjan, and the son of Surya Deva, the Sun God, a vital planet. He who was born of Chaya Devi to the Sun God and the brother of Yama, the God of Death. I revere you, O Saneeswara.

8)अर्धकायं महावीर्यं चंद्रादित्य विमर्दनम्
सिंहिकागर्भसंभूतं तं राहुं प्रणमाम्यहम्

Ardha kaayam mahaaveeyram – Chandhraadhithya vimardhanam
Simhikaagarba Sambhootham – Tham Raahum Pranamaam Yaham

Salutations to Rahu, the North Node, the one who was born in Simhika’s womb, with a half-body and has exceptional courage, he who commands direction. The one who has no fear of Surya or Chandra and hides or divides them. I bow before you, O Rahu.

9) पलाशपुष्पसंकाशं तारकाग्रह मस्तकम्
रौद्रंरौद्रात्मकं घोरं तं केतुं प्रणमाम्यहम्

Palaasa pushpa sankaasam – Thaarakagraha masthakam
Rowdhram rowdhraathmakam go’ ram – Tham Kethum Pranamaam Yaham.

Salutations to Ketu called the South Node. The one with the complexion of smoke emanating from the burning of straw, resembling a Palasa flower. The one who is the king of stars and has an aggressive form with a frightening appearance. I prostrate before you, O Ketu.

इति श्रीव्यासमुखोग्दीतम् यः पठेत् सुसमाहितः
दिवा वा यदि वा रात्रौ विघ्न शांतिर्भविष्यति

Iti Vyaasa-mukhod-giitam yah: path’et-susamaahitah:
Divaa vaa yadi vaa raatrau vighna-shantir-bhavish’yati

Ved Vyas Rishi composed the Navagraha Stotra. Anyone chanting this Stotra during the day or night will get a release from all troubles.

नरनारी नृपाणांच भवेत् दुःस्वप्ननाशनम्
ऐश्वर्यमतुलं तेषां आरोग्यं पुष्टिवर्धनम्

Nara-naarii-nrupaan’aayn cha bhaved-duh:svapna-naashanam
Aishvaryamatulam tesh’aam aarogyam push’t’ i-vardanam

The chanting of the Navagraha Stotra will remove any nightmares or bad dreams of men, women, and rulers. Everyone will have good health, wealth, and energy.

ग्रहनक्षत्रजाः पीडास्तस्कराग्निसमुभ्दवाः
ता सर्वाःप्रशमं यान्ति व्यासोब्रुते न संशयः

Graha-nakshatrajaa piid’aah:taskaraagni-samudbhavaah:
Taah:sarvaah:prashamam yaanti Vyaaso bruute na sanshayah:

Rishi Vyas says chanting of the Navagraha Stotra has a positive and successful outcome. Anyone chanting this Stotra becomes free from the troublesome impact of planets, constellations, and troublemakers.

इति श्री वेद व्यास विरचितम् आदित्यादी नवग्रह स्तोत्रं संपूर्णं
Iti Shri Vyaasa-virachitam Navagraha-stotram sampurnam

The Navagraha Stotra, composed by Ved Vyas Rishi, is completed.

How to Chant Navagraha Stotra:

  • Take a bath early in the morning
  • Offer Pooja to the Navagrahas (picture or idol)
  • Chant the Navagraha Stotra in front of the idol/picture, or visit the temple, offer pooja, and chant the Stotra in front of the Navagrahas
  • Chant the Stotra at least once a day

Benefits of Navagraha Stotra

  • One should chant the Navagraha Stotra at least once a day to appease the planets to achieve favorable results
  • Produces good vibrations
  • Removes negative thoughts
  • Gives peace of mind
  • Induces good health, wealth, and prosperity