Narayanam Namaskritya Lyrics & Meaning

Introduction

Narayanam Namaskritya is the first shloka or verse of the first of Shrimad Bhagwat Geeta or Holy Geeta, a holy book of Hinduism.

It’s was spoken by Lord Krishna to Arjuna when Arjuna did not want to have a fight. That’s why Lord Krishna explained to him to do his duties in the battle of Mahabharata.

Narayanam Namaskritya

Narayanam Namaskritya Lyrics

Narayana’mm namaskri’tya Naram chaiv,a narottama’mm.
नारायणं नमस्कृत्य नरं चैव नरोत्तमम् 

Deveemm srasvateem vyaasa’mm Tato jayamudeerayet.
देवीं सरस्वतीं व्यासं ततो जय मुदीरयेत्

Narayana’mm namaskri’tya Naram chaiva narottama’mm.
नारायणं नमस्कृत्य नरं चैव नरोत्तमम्

Deveem sarasvatee’mm vyaasa’mm Tato jayamudeerayet.
देवीं सरस्वतीं व्यासं ततो जय मुदीरयेत्

Narayana’mm namaskri’tya Naram chaiva narottama’mm.
देवीं सरस्वतीं व्यासं ततो जय मुदीरयेत्

Deveem sarasvatee’mm vyaasa’mm Tato jayamudeerayet.
देवीं सरस्वतीं व्यासं ततो जय मुदीरयेत्

 

Narayanam Namaskritya shlok meaning

Firstly, I bow to Narayana or God/i.e. (Lord Krishna), Nara (Arjuna), Mother Saraswati, and then start reciting Jaya (Mahabharata).

I bow down to Lord Krishna, who is Narayana (GOD) and his friend Arjuna and the goddess Mother Saraswati who has graced me by revealing the secrets of the Mahabharat and the writer Vyasa.

After destroying all the negativities, one (you) should start the chanting of the epic of Mahabharata.

 

Narayanam Namaskritya shlok meaning in Hindi

में शीश झुका कर ईश्वर को नमन करता हूं (श्री कृष्ण) नारा (अर्जुन) मां सरस्वती, और जय महाभारत कह कर पढ़ना शुरू करता हूं।

मैं भगवान कृष्ण को नमन करता हूं जो कि नारायण (भगवान) हैं और उनके मित्र अर्जुन और देवी मां सरस्वती हैं जिन्होंने महाभारत और लेखक व्यास के रहस्यों को उजागर करके मुझ पर कृपा की है।

 

Most Popular Shloka of Mahabharata

Karmanyee Vadhikarastey, Ma,a phaleshou Kada ch’na,

Ma’a Karma Phala Heturr Bhurmatey Sangostv’aa Akarmanii

Meaning: You’ve got the right to perform your actions but don’t let the fruit (Result) be the purpose of your actions.

Therefore, you won’t be attached to not doing your duty.

 

Conclusion

I hope you understand the meaning of the first shloka of Mahabharata or Mahabharat, which was explained by Lord Krishna to Arjuna when he was not following his duties. If you have any questions regarding this topic or found a mistake in the article, please tell me in the comments section.

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