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Uvasaggaharam Stotra Jay Jinendra Uvasaggaharam Stotra 2 Or “Upsarga stotra” Meaning of "Uvasaggaharam Stotra“Uvasaggaharam Stotra Uvasagga = upsarga Upsarga = afflictions, suffering haram = remover, destroyer Uvasaggaharam = remover of upsarga Meaning of "Uvasaggaharam Stotra“4. Uvasaggaharam Stotra 4 Uvasaggaharam Stotra is a prayer to: (1) Remove the plague epidemic & suffering. (2) Praise Lord Shri Pārśvá-nātha, our 23 rd Thirthankar Bhagvan. (3) Attain Samyaktva (true vision) to gain Moksha.5. Uvasaggaharam Stotra 5 Meaning of Stotra Stotra = Stuti + Mantra = Praise + Jäpa Stuti = hymn of virtues stu = praise Mantra = shakti of Sound & Words6. Uvasaggaharam Stotra 6 Author 1 Uvasaggaharam stotra was written by Acharya Shri Shrutkevali Bhadrabahu Swami ( 433 B.C.- 357 B.C.? ) (Approximately, 150 yrs, after Mahavir Swami attained the Moksha, 527 B.C. ). He is respected as the fifth and final Shrutkevali of our time.7. Uvasaggaharam Stotra 7 Author 2 Acharya Shri Bhadrabahu Swami has also composed: Kalpasutra, Dristiväda, Vasudevcharit and many more scriptures of Jainism.8. Uvasaggaharam Stotra 8 Ranking Uvasaggaharam stotra is ranked 2 nd after Namaskär Mahä Mantra in Navasmaran. Ranked First in current time cycle ( last 3000 years ).9. Uvasaggaharam Stotra 9 History 1 Shri Bhadrabahu Swami and his older brother Varahmihir were scholars in Vedas & Vidyas. They met Shrut Kevali Yashobhadra Suri & decided to take Diksha and become Jains. In a short time, they became scholars of scriptures of Jain Religion.10. Uvasaggaharam Stotra 10 History 2 Shri Acharya Yashobhadra Suriji offered AcharyaPad to Bhadrabhau and appointed him as his successor. He thought Bhadrabahu was more qualified than his older brother Varahmihir.11. Uvasaggaharam Stotra 11 History 3 This decision irritated and enraged Varahmihir who ultimately renounced his Diksha (monk-hood) from Jain Sangh and became fortune teller. His ego was hurt for not receiving AcharyaPad.12. Uvasaggaharam Stotra 12 History 4 When a son was born to the king, Varahmihir declared that he would live for a hundred years, but Bhadrabahu declared that he would live for only seven days, and that he would be killed by a cat.13. Uvasaggaharam Stotra 13 History 5 On the eighth day the prince died because of a door's anklet falling on his head which had a picture of cat drawn on it. Due to this humiliation Varahmihira left the kingdom.14. Uvasaggaharam Stotra 14 History 6 After few years Varahmihira passed away. He had taken birth as ‘Vyantardeva’ (a class of forest dwelling heavenly god). He came to recall his earlier birth and soon out of jealousy (ego) and anger, started inflicting pain (Upsarg) to People of the Jain community (Sangh).15. Uvasaggaharam Stotra 15 History 7 He became evil, started torturing and terrorizing the Jains, especially followers of Bhadrabahu, by spreading plague amongst the Jain Sangh. As a result of which, many people began to die suddenly and losing faith in the Jain religion.16. Uvasaggaharam Stotra 16 History 8 Jain Sangh requested Bhadrabahu Swami to stop plague and the terror, so he composed Uvasaggahar Stotra. The impact of this stotra was so great that the strength of Vyantardeva got immensely diminished.17. Uvasaggaharam Stotra 17 History 9 He also called upon Dharanendra, the divine follower ( devta ) of Parshvanath to help. Through help of Dharanendra, Varahmihir was fully defeated and Jain society was relieved.18. Uvasaggaharam Stotra 18 History 10 A badly burned pair of snakes, Shri Parshwanath tried to save by reciting Navkär Mantra are said to be the soul of yaksha and yakshini, Dharanendra (Parshva) and Padmavati.19. Uvasaggaharam Stotra 19 History 11 Pārshva Yaksha is deeply devoted to Pārshva-Nāth Bhagawān; reciting Uvasagga-haram Sutra, Pleases Pārshva Yaksha ( & all others Yaksha and Yakshini ) , which brings forth the beneficial results.20. Uvasaggaharam Stotra 20 History 12 Previously, Stotra had 7 gathas (

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  • Uvasaggaharam Stotra 1

    Jay Jinendra

  • Uvasaggaharam Stotra 2

    Or

    Upsarga stotra

    Meaning of

    "Uvasaggaharam Stotra

  • Uvasaggaharam Stotra 3

    Uvasagga = upsarga

    Upsarga = afflictions, suffering

    haram = remover, destroyer

    Uvasaggaharam = remover of upsarga

    Meaning of "Uvasaggaharam Stotra

  • Uvasaggaharam Stotra 4

    Uvasaggaharam Stotra is a prayer to:

    (1) Remove the plague epidemic & suffering.

    (2) Praise Lord Shri Prv-ntha, our 23 rd Thirthankar Bhagvan.

    (3) Attain Samyaktva (true vision) to gain Moksha.

  • Uvasaggaharam Stotra 5

    Meaning of Stotra

    Stotra = Stuti + Mantra

    = Praise + Jpa

    Stuti = hymn of virtues

    stu = praise

    Mantra = shakti of Sound & Words

  • Uvasaggaharam Stotra 6

    Author 1 Uvasaggaharam stotra was written by

    Acharya Shri Shrutkevali

    Bhadrabahu Swami

    ( 433 B.C.- 357 B.C.? )

    (Approximately, 150 yrs, after Mahavir Swami

    attained the Moksha, 527 B.C. ).

    He is respected as the fifth and

    final Shrutkevali of our time.

  • Uvasaggaharam Stotra 7

    Author 2

    Acharya Shri Bhadrabahu Swami

    has also composed:

    Kalpasutra,

    Dristivda,

    Vasudevcharit

    and many more scriptures of Jainism.

  • Uvasaggaharam Stotra 8

    Ranking

    Uvasaggaharam stotra

    is ranked 2 nd after

    Namaskr Mah Mantra

    in Navasmaran.

    Ranked First in current time cycle

    ( last 3000 years ).

  • Uvasaggaharam Stotra 9

    History 1

    Shri Bhadrabahu Swami and

    his older brother Varahmihir were

    scholars in Vedas & Vidyas.

    They met Shrut Kevali Yashobhadra Suri &

    decided to take Diksha and become Jains.

    In a short time, they became

    scholars of scriptures of Jain Religion.

  • Uvasaggaharam Stotra 10

    History 2

    Shri Acharya Yashobhadra Suriji offered

    AcharyaPad to Bhadrabhau and

    appointed him as his successor.

    He thought Bhadrabahu was

    more qualified than

    his older brother Varahmihir.

  • Uvasaggaharam Stotra 11

    History 3

    This decision irritated and enraged

    Varahmihir who ultimately renounced

    his Diksha (monk-hood) from Jain

    Sangh and became fortune teller.

    His ego was hurt for

    not receiving AcharyaPad.

  • Uvasaggaharam Stotra 12

    History 4

    When a son was born to the king,

    Varahmihir declared that he would live

    for a hundred years,

    but Bhadrabahu

    declared that he would live for only

    seven days, and that he would

    be killed by a cat.

  • Uvasaggaharam Stotra 13

    History 5

    On the eighth day the prince died

    because of a door's anklet falling

    on his head which had a picture of cat

    drawn on it.

    Due to this humiliation Varahmihira

    left the kingdom.

  • Uvasaggaharam Stotra 14

    History 6

    After few years Varahmihira passed away.

    He had taken birth as Vyantardeva

    (a class of forest dwelling heavenly god).

    He came to recall his earlier birth and

    soon out of jealousy (ego) and

    anger, started inflicting pain (Upsarg) to

    People of the Jain community (Sangh).

  • Uvasaggaharam Stotra 15

    History 7

    He became evil,

    started torturing and terrorizing the Jains,

    especially followers of Bhadrabahu,

    by spreading plague amongst the Jain Sangh.

    As a result of which,

    many people began to die suddenly and

    losing faith in the Jain religion.

  • Uvasaggaharam Stotra 16

    History 8 Jain Sangh requested

    Bhadrabahu Swami to

    stop plague and the terror,

    so he composed Uvasaggahar Stotra.

    The impact of this stotra was so great

    that the strength of Vyantardeva got

    immensely diminished.

  • Uvasaggaharam Stotra 17

    History 9

    He also called upon Dharanendra,

    the divine follower ( devta ) of

    Parshvanath to help.

    Through help of Dharanendra,

    Varahmihir was fully defeated and

    Jain society was relieved.

  • Uvasaggaharam Stotra 18

    History 10

    A badly burned pair of snakes,

    Shri Parshwanath tried to save by

    reciting Navkr Mantra

    are said to be the soul of

    yaksha and yakshini,

    Dharanendra (Parshva) and Padmavati.

  • Uvasaggaharam Stotra 19

    History 11

    Prshva Yaksha is deeply devoted to

    Prshva-Nth Bhagawn;

    reciting Uvasagga-haram Sutra,

    Pleases Prshva Yaksha

    ( & all others Yaksha and Yakshini ) ,

    which brings forth the

    beneficial results.

  • Uvasaggaharam Stotra 20

    History 12

    Previously, Stotra had 7 gathas (stanza) with

    strong magical powers but because of

    its misuse 2 gathas were taken out.

    Presently it has 5 gathas.

    It still has magical powers to resolve

    earthly problems by the

    grace of Dharanendra & Padmavati.

  • Uvasaggaharam Stotra 21

    Oh! Lord Parshvanath

    My salutation to you.

    Stanza 1-1

  • Uvasaggaharam Stotra 22

    You are served by the guardian angel

    (yaksha) Parshva,

    Stanza 1-2

  • Uvasaggaharam Stotra 23

    who ( Parshva ) can remove all

    afflictions (suffering),

    Stanza 1-3

  • Uvasaggaharam Stotra 24

    You are free from all entrenched Karmas,

    Stanza 1-4

  • Uvasaggaharam Stotra 25

    You can nullify the poison

    (Kashya, Mithytva)

    of the most poisonous creatures,

    Stanza 1-5

  • Uvasaggaharam Stotra 26

    You are the home of bliss and

    unending happiness.

    Stanza 1-6

  • Uvasaggaharam Stotra 27

    Stanza 1-7

    UVASAGGA = Afflictions, misfortune, distress, trouble,

    calamities, sufferings

    HARAM = remover

  • Uvasaggaharam Stotra 28

    Stanza 1-8

    PASAM = Demi God Parshva (Yaksha)

    = The Guardian angel of Parshvanath.

  • Uvasaggaharam Stotra 29

    Stanza 1-9

    PASAM = Shree Prv-Ntha bhagavan

    VANDAMI = My salutation to you

  • Uvasaggaharam Stotra 30

    Stanza 1-10

    KAMMA-GHANA = All the gross Karmas

    MUKKAM = Free

  • Uvasaggaharam Stotra 31

    Stanza 1-11

    VISAHARA = Vishdhar Snake

    VISA = Poison

    NINNSAM = destroyers

  • Uvasaggaharam Stotra 32

    Stanza 1-12

    MANGALA = Bliss

    KALLNA = Unending happiness

    AVSAM = Home of

  • Uvasaggaharam Stotra 33

    Oh! Shree Prshva-Nth Bhagawn,

    You are free from all the gross Karmas.

    You are served by the Demi god (Guardian angel) Parshva, who can remove all

    afflictions (suffering).

    Stanza 1-A

  • Uvasaggaharam Stotra 34

    You can nullify the poison (Kashya) of the

    most poisonous creatures.

    You are the home of bliss and

    unending happiness.

    Stanza 1-B

  • Uvasaggaharam Stotra 35

    If a person regularly recites

    Visahara Phulinga Mantra,

    Stanza 2-1

  • Uvasaggaharam Stotra 36

    fears of evil planets,diseases,

    plagues and severe fevers,

    Stanza 2-2

  • Uvasaggaharam Stotra 37

    can be calmed down (cured) forever.

    Stanza 2-3

  • Uvasaggaharam Stotra 38

    Stanza 2-4

    VISAHARA PHULINGA MANTAM = Mantra named

    Visahara phulinga mantra, (also known as

    Chintamani Mantra),

  • Uvasaggaharam Stotra 39

    Stanza 2-4-1

    VISAHARA PHULINGA MANTAM

    Visahara Fullinga Mantra is in devotion to

    Prshva Yaksha, who is the guardian

    angel of Prshva Nth Bhagawn.

    This mantra is as follows:

    Namiuna Psa Visahara Vasaha Jina Phullinga

  • Uvasaggaharam Stotra 40

    Stanza 2-4-2

    VISAHARA PHULINGA MANTAM

    This Mantra is also recited by adding

    other specific holy words. One example is

    following version, which was composed by

    renowned chrya Shree Mntunga Suri.

    Om Rhim Shreem Arham Namiuna Psa Visahara

    Vasaha Jina Phulling Rhim Namah

  • Uvasaggaharam Stotra 41

    Stanza 2-5

    KANTHE = who chants this mantra

    DHAREI = regularly

  • Uvasaggaharam Stotra 42

    Stanza 2-6

    JO = who ever

    SAYA = always

    MANUO = Human beings

  • Uvasaggaharam Stotra 43

    Stanza 2-7

    TASSA = that Persons

    GAHA = evil graha,

    = planetary adversity of Nine planets

  • Uvasaggaharam Stotra 44

    Stanza 2-8

    Indian Grahas

    Ravi

    Chandra

    Kuja

    Budha

    Guru

    Sukra

    Sani

    Rahu

    Ketu

    Western Names

    Sun

    Moon

    Mars

    Mercury

    Jupiter

    Venus

    Saturn

    Dragon's Head

    Dragon's Tail

    No need to wear a ring of Rahu

  • Uvasaggaharam Stotra 45

    Stanza 2-9

    ROGA = Disease MAEEE = plague

    DUTTHA = evil JAR = fever

  • Uvasaggaharam Stotra 46

    Stanza 2-10

    JANTI = shall s