Ayyappaa Sharaname Ayyappaa Sharaname Ayyappaa Sharaname Swami Ayyappaa Sharaname (2)

Sabari Naayakaa Shaanti Daayakaa Ayyappaa Sharaname Swami Ayyappaa Sharaname

Parthi Naayakaa Prashaanti Daayakaa Ayyappaa Sharaname Swami Ayyappaa Sharaname

Meaning:

O Most Beloved Divine Lord Sri Ayyappa, we surrender ourselves to Thee and seek Refuge in Thee. Thou art The Lord of The Sabari Mountain. O Lord Sri Sai Ayyappa, Prashanti Nilayam in Puttaparthi is Thy Divine Abode and Thou Bestows Supreme Eternal Peace. O Beloved Divine Lord of Parthi we surrender ourselves to Thee. At Sabrimala at Lord Ayyappan’s Temple ‘Swami Saranam’, meaning one is at the mercy of The Lord is a Significant Mantram. (Lord Ayyappan’s Story – Lord Shiva was overcome with lust for Mohini, in which Form Lord Sri Vishnu had Appeared, at the time of The Churning of The Ocean, in order to distract the asuras and prevent them from drinking the Nectar of Immortality, so that The Devas could divide the Nectar among themselves. Lord Shiva succumbed to the Beauty of Mohini and Lord Ayyappa is believed to have been born out of the Union. Thus HE is called Hari Hara Putra – The Divine Son of Lord Sri Vishnu (Hari) and of Lord Shiva (Hara). Lord Ayyappa is regarded as The Third Son of Lord Shiva, the other two being Lord Sri Ganesha and Lord Muruga or Kartikeya. The abandoned Divine Child was adopted by King Rajashekhara of Panthalarn in Kerala. But when a son was born to the Royal Couple, the Queen tried to kill Lord Ayyappan, by sending him to get the milk of a tigress. Lord Ayyappan saw through the deceit and survived, but has harboured a deep distrust for women ever since then. The Village of Sabarimala is named after Shabari, who did severe penance in order to meet Lord Sri Rama, Who Granted her wish for her devotion and faith during her penance.)

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