Shloka Translation

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. AaidTyùdym!.
|| Ädityahådayam ||


from the Ramayana —

ttae yuÏpirïaNt< smre icNtya iSwtm!,
tato yuddhapariçräntaà samare cintayä sthitam |

rav[< ca¢tae †:qœva yuÏay smupiSwtm!. 1.
rävaëaà cägrato dåñövä yuddhäya samupasthitam || 1||

dEvtEí smagMy Ôòum_yagtae r[m!,
daivataiçca samägamya drañöumabhyägato raëam |

%pagMyaävIÔammgSTyae Égvan! \i;>. 2.
upägamyäbravédrämamagastyo bhagavän åñiù || 2||
1, 2. Beholding Sri Rama, standing absorbed in thought on the battle-field, exhausted by the fight, and Ravana facing him, duly prepared for an encounter, and approaching Sri Rama, the glorious sage Agastya, who had come in the company of gods to witness the encounter now spoke as follows:

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ram ram mhabahae z&[u guý< snatnm!,
räma räma mahäbäho çåëu guhyaà sanätanam |

yen svaRnrIn! vTs smre ivjiy:yis. 3.
yena sarvänarénvatsa samare vijayiñyasi || 3||

AaidTyùdy< pu{y< svRzÇuivnaznm!,
ädityahådayaà puëyaà sarvaçatruvinäçanam |

jyavh< jpeiÚTym! A]Yy< prm< izvm!. 4.
jayävahaà japennityam akñayyaà paramaà çivam || 4||

svRm¼lma¼Ly< svRpapà[aznm!,
sarvamaìgalamäìgalyaà sarvapäpapraëäçanam |

icNtazaekàzmnm! AayuvRxRnmuÄmm!. 5.
cintäçokapraçamanam äyurvardhanamuttamam || 5||
3, 4, 5. Rama, O mighty-armed Sri Rama, hearken to the following eternal secret, in the form of a holy, eternal, immortal and supremely blessed and excellent encomium, entitled the Aditya Hridaya, the blessing of all blessings, by means of which, my child, you will conquer once for all your adversaries on the battle-field, and which is calculated to bring victory, root out all sins, allay all anxiety and grief once for all and prolong life.

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riZmm,
sarvadevätmako hyeña tejasvé raçmibhävanaù |

@; devasurg[a~‘aekan! pait gÉiStiÉ>. 7.
eña deväsuragaëäðllokän päti gabhastibhiù || 7||
7. Indeed he is the embodiment of all gods and full of glory and creates and sustains the gods and the demons as well as their worlds by his rays.

@; äüa c iv:[uí izv> SkNd> àjapit>,
eña brahmä ca viñëuçca çivaù skandaù prajäpatiù |

mheNÔae xnd> kalae ym> saemae ýpa< pit>. 8.
mahendro dhanadaù kälo yamaù somo hyapäà patiù || 8||

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iptrae vsv> saXya ýiñnaE métae mnu>,
pitaro vasavaù sädhyä hyaçvinau maruto manuù |

vayuvRiû> àjaàa[ \tuktaR àÉakr>. 9.
väyurvahniù prajäpräëa åtukartä prabhäkaraù || 9||

AaidTy> sivta sUyR> og> pU;a gÉiStman!,
ädityaù savitä süryaù khagaù püñä gabhastimän |

suv[Rs†zae ÉanuihRr{yreta idvakr>. 10.
suvarëasadåço bhänurhiraëyaretä diväkaraù || 10||
8, 9, 10. Indeed he is the same as Brahma as well as Vishnu, Lord Shiva, Skanda, Prajapati, the mighty Indra, Kubera, Kala, Yama, Soma, Varuna, the Pitris, the Vasus, the Sadyhas, the Ashwins, the Maruts, Manu, Vayu, and the god of Fire. He constitutes created beings, he is the life-breath, the source of the seasons, the storehouse of light, an offspring of Aditi, the progenitor, the sun-god, the courser in the heavens, the nourisher, the possessor of rays, the golden, the brilliant, the one whose energy constitutes the seed of the universe and the maker of day.

hirdñ> shöaicR> sÝsiÝmRrIicman!,
haridaçvaù sahasrärciù saptasaptirmarécimän |

itimraeNmwn> zMÉuSTvòa mataR{f A izizrStpnae ÉaSkrae riv>, hiraëyagarbhaù çiçirastapano bhäskaro raviù |

Ai¶gÉaeR=idte> puÇ> zŒ> izizrnazn>. 12.
agnigarbho'diteù putraù çaìkhaù çiçiranäçanaù || 12||

VyaemnawStmaeÉedI \Gyju>samparg>,
vyomanäthastamobhedé ågyajuùsämapäragaù |

"nv&iòrpa< imÇae ivNXyvIwIPlv¼m>. 13.
ghanavåñöirapäà mitro vindhyavéthéplavaìgamaù || 13||

AatpI m{flI m&Tyu> ip¼l> svRtapn>,
ätapé maëòalé måtyuù piìgalaù sarvatäpanaù |

kivivRñae mhateja> r´> svRÉvaeÑv>. 14.
kavirviçvo mahätejäù raktaù sarvabhavodbhavaù || 14||

n]Ç¢htara[amixpae ivñÉavn>,
nakñatragrahatäräëämadhipo viçvabhävanaù |

tejsamip tejSvI ÖadzaTmn! nmae=Stu te. 15.
tejasämapi tejasvé dvädaçätman namo'stu te || 15||

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