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Narayana Stotram


This is one of the powerful stotrams of Lord Vishnu which is composed by Adi Sankaracharya. Reciting the stotram regularly would help in a happy and peaceful life.

Narayana Narayana Jaya Govinda Hare Govinda Hare
Narayana Narayana Jaya Gopaala Hare Gopaala Hare


Karuna Paaraavaara Varunaalaya Gambhira Narayana
Nava Neerada Samkaasa Kruta Kalikalmasha naasa Narayana

Yamunateera Vihara Dhruta Koustumbhamani haara Narayana
Peetambara Paridhaana Surakalyana Nidhana Narayana

Manjula Kunjaabhoosha Maaya Maanusha vesha Narayana
Raadhadhara Madhurasika Rajanikara Kulatilaka Narayana

Muraligaana Vinoda Vedastuta Bhoopada Narayana
Vaarija Bhooshabharana Rajeeva Rukmini Ramana Narayana

Jalaruha Dalanibha Netra Jagadaarambhaka Sootra Narayana
Paataka Rajanisamhaara Karunaalaya Maamudhara Narayana

Aghabaksha kshaya Kamsaare Kesava Krushna Muraare Narayana
Haataka Nibha Peetambara Abhayam Kurume Maavaara Narayana

Dasaradha Raajakumaara Daanavamada Samhaara Narayana
Govardhana Giri Ramana Gopi Maanasa Harana Narayana

Sarayuteera Vihara Sajjana Rushi (Muni) Mandara Narayana
Viswamitra Makhatra Vividha Paraasu Charitra Narayana

Dhwaja Vajraamkusa Paada Dharanisuta Sahamoda Narayana
Janakasuta Pratipaala Jaya Jaya Samskruta Leela Narayana

Dasaradha Vagdhruti Bhaara Dandakavana Sanchara Narayana
Mushtika Chaanoora Samhaara Munimaanasa Vihara Narayana

Vaali Nigraha Sourya vara Sugreeva Hitaarya Narayana

Sri Muralikara Dheevara Palaya Palaya Sridhara Narayana
Jalanidhi Bandhana Dheera Raavanakanta Nidaana Narayana

Taataka Mardhana Rama Nataguna Vividha Dhanaadya Narayana
Gowtama Patni Poojana Karoona Ghanaavalokana Narayana

Sambhrama Seetakaara Sanketapura Vihara Narayana
Achalodhruti Chanchatkara Bhaktanugraha Tatpara Narayana

Naigama Ganavinoda Rakshita Suprahlada Narayana

Iti Sri Sankaraachaarya Virachita Sri Naaraayana Stotram.


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