Lyrics of Sri Venkatesa Suprabhatham (29 stanzas)

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Sri Venkatesha Suprabhatha Lyrics

Posted November 3, 2007 by meeraghu in Hinduism, Hobbies, lyrics, Music. 71 Comments

Sri Venkatesha Suprabhatha is sung in the morning as a wake-up call for Lord Venkateshwara . It is recited at Tirupati to awaken Lord Venkateshwara. The rendition by M. S. Subbalakshmi can be heard in many houses each morning.

Listen the Suprabhatha sung by the following artists:

M.S.SubbaLakshmi

SP. Balasubramaniam

Gopika Poornima

It is believed that Lord Venkateswara will bestow prosperity in abundance to devotees who recite this sloka every morning. Lets all together sing this Sloka and get the Lords blessings.

1. Kowsalya supraja Rama poorva sandhya pravarthathe

Uthishta narasardoola karthavyam daiva mahnikam

2. Uthishto Uthishta Govinda uthishta garudadhwaja

Uthishta kamala kantha thrilokyam mangalam kuru

3. Mathassamasta jagatham madukaita bhare

Vakshoviharini manohara divya moorthe

Sree swamini srithajana priya danaseele

Sree Venkatesha dayithe thava suprabhatham

4. Thava suprabhatham aravinda lochane

Bhavathu prasanna mukha chandra mandale

Vidhisankarendra vanitha bhirarchithe

Vrishasaila natha davithel daya nidhe

5. Athriyadhi saptharushayssamupasyasandyam

Aakasa sindhu kamalani manoharani

Aadaya padhayuga marchayithum prapanna

Seshadrisekha ravibho Thava suprabhatham

6. Panchananabja bhava shanmukavasavadhya

Tryvikramadhi charitham vibhudhasthuvanthi

Bhashapathipatathi vasara shuddhi marath

Seshadri sekha ravibho thava subrabhatham

7. Eeshathprapulla saraseeruha narikela

Phoogadrumadi sumanohara Balikanam

Aavaathi mandamanilassaha divya gandhai

Seshadri sheka ravibho thava suprabhatham

8. Unmeelya nethra yugamuththama panjarasthaa

Paathraa vasishta kadhaleephala payasani

Bhukthvaa saleelamatha keli sukha patanthi

Seshadri sekha ravibho thava suprabhatham

9. Thanthreeprakarshamadhuraswanaya

vipanchyaa Gayathyanantha charitham

thava naradopi Bhashasamagrama sakruthkara sara rammyam

Seshadri sekha ravibho thava suprabhatham

10. Brunga valeecha makaranda rashanuvidda

Jhankara geetha ninadaissa sevanaya

Niryathyupaantha sarasee kamalodarebhyaha

Seshadri sekha ravibho thava suprabhatham

11. Yoshaganena varadhadni vimathyamaane

Ghoshalayeshu dhadhimanthana

theevraghoshaaha Roshaathkalim

vidha-dhathe kakubhascha kumbhaha

Seshadri sekha ravibho thava suprabhatham

12. Padmeshamithra sathapathra kathalivargha Harthum shriyam

kuvalayasya nijanga Lakshmya Bheree

ninadamiva bibrathi theevranadam

Seshadri sekhara vibho thava suprabhatham

13. Sreemannabheeshta varadhakhila

lookabandho Sree Sreenivasa

Jagadekadayaika sindho

Sree devathagruha bhujanthara divyamurthe

Sree Venkatachalapathe thava suprabhatham

14. Sree swamy pushkarinikaplava nirmalangaa

Sreyorthino hara viranchi

sanadadhyaha Dware vasanthi

varavethra hathothamangaha

Sree Venkatachalapathe thava suprabhatham

15. Sree seshasaila garudachala venkatadri

Narayanadri vrishabhadri vrishadri

mukhyam Akhyam thvadeeyavasatheranisam vadanthi

Sree Venkatachalapathe thava suprabhatham

16. Sevaaparaashiva suresa krusanudharma

Rakshombhunatha pavamana dhanadhi

nathaha Bhaddanjali pravilasannija seersha deSaha

Sree Venkatachalapathe thava suprabhatham

17. Dhateeshuthevihagaraja mrugadhiraja Nagadhiraja gajaraja hayadhiraja

Swaswadhikara mahimadhika marthayanthe

Sree Venkatachalapathe thava suprabhatham

18. Sooryendhubhouma bhudhavakpathi

kavya soori Swarbhanukethu divishathparishathpradanaa

Twaddhasa dasa charamavadhidaasa daasa

Sree Venkatachalapathe thava suprabhatham

19. Thwathpadadhulibharita spurithothha manga

Swargapavarga nirapeksha nijantharanga

Kalpagamakalanaya kulatham labhanthe

Sree Venkatachalapathe thava suprabhatham

20. Thvadgopuragra sikharani nireekshmana Swargapavarga

padaveem paramam shrayantha Marthyaa manushyabhuvane

mathimashrayanthe

Sree Venkatachalapathe thava Suprabhatham

21. Sree bhoominayaka dayadhi guna mmruthabdhe

Devadideva jagadeka saranya moorthe

Sreemannanantha garudadibhirarchithangre

Sree Venkatachalapathe thava suprabhatham

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22. Sree Padmanabha Purushothama Vasudeva Vaikunta Madhava Janardhana chakrapane

Sree vathsachinha saranagatha parijatha

Sree Venkatachalapathe thava suprabhatham

23. Kandarpa darpa hara sundara divya murthe

Kanthaa kuchamburuha kutmialola drishte

Kalyana nirmala gunakara divyakeerthe

Sree Venkatachalapathe thava suprabhatham

24. Meenakruthe kamatakola Nrusimha varnin Swamin

parashvatha thapodana Ramachandra

Seshamsharama yadhunandana kalki roopa

Sree Venkatachalapathe thava suprabhatham

25. Elaa lavanga ghanasaara sugandhi theertham

Divyamviyathsarithi hemaghateshu poornam

Drutwadhya vaidika sikhamanaya prahrushta

Thishtanthi Venkatapathe thava suprabhatham

26. Bhaswanudethi vikachani saroruhani

Sampoorayanthi ninadai kakubho vihangha

Sree vaishnavassathatha marthitha mangalasthe

Dhamasrayanthi thava Venkata subrabhatham

27. Bhramadayassuravarasamaharshayastthe

Santhassa nandana mukhastvatha yogivarya

Dhamanthike thavahi mangala vasthu hasthaa

Sree Venkatachalapathe thava suprabhatham

28. Lakshminivasa niravadya gunaika sindo

Samsarasagara samuththaranaika setho

Vedanta vedya nijavaibhava bhakta bhogya

Sree Venkatachalapathe thava suprabhatham

29. ltnam vnsnacnala pamerlna suprabhatham

Ye manava prathidinam patithum pravrutha

Thesham prabhatha samaye smruthirangabhhajam

Pragnyam paraartha sulabham paramam prasoothe

Listen the the song here at youtube:

Voice-alike but not Look-alike : (Frances & Lesley) AND (Heather & Sue) :

It is common to hear about Look-Alike but it is uncommon to hear about Voice-Alike.
In January 2014, I heard my MSc programme coordinator Mrs. Frances MacInnes speak during induction classes. A month later, in February 2014, when I first heard Mrs. Lesley Ann MacRae, a psychologist, speak about psychosocial factors in Diabetes, I immediately felt I had heard a voice similar to Lesley before and in a flash I realised it was none other than that of Frances MacInnes which I confirmed the same day by listening to the earlier voice recordings of Frances in my iPhone voice Memos. This is what I call voice similarity that I observed in my Trimester B among my tutors.

Let me now tell you about the striking voice similarity that my brain’s auditory recognition software alerted me to, in November 2014, wherein within seconds of listening to the lecture of our senior GCU Librarian, Mrs. Heather Marshall, it struck me that her voice attributes were without an iota of doubt, strikingly similar to that of Mrs. Sue Lang, a microbiologist who was one of my module leaders in Trimester B.

Hence, I conclude from my above qualitative voice analysis study, that Voice-alike are not uncommon even within GCU and particularly within its School of Health and Life sciences.

My Harvard style Reference:

Hari, V., 2014. Are Voice-alike as common as Look-alike?. A qualitative voice transcripts’ analysis of Frances MacInnes, Lesley Ann MacRae AND Heather Marshall, Sue Lang [iPhone 4S voice memos]: School of Health and Life Sciences, Glasgow Caledonian University: Glasgow.

New Drink Drive Limit in Scotland : Will this reduce Road Traffic Accidents ?

In Scotland, the Drink Drive Limit (DDL) has recently been brought down to 50 mg alcohol per 100 ml of blood from the previous upper limit of 80 mg of alcohol per 100 ml of blood, whereas in the rest of the UK, the upper DDL remains unchanged at 80 mg of alcohol per 100 ml of blood.

The above bold initiative of Scottish government with regard to decreased DDL is in line with what is already being followed in Some European countries, and this is expected to make Scottish roads more safe by deterring those indulging in drunken driving.

Whether it is banning smoking in public places to protect the health of non-smokers from the harmful effects of Second hand smoke exposure or bringing in measures like this “lowered new DDL” to prevent the loss of lives from drunken driving, it is Scotland that takes the lead and shows the way for the rest of UK.

The clear message that emanates from this decreased Scottish DDL is:
If you are planning to drink, then desist from driving a vehicle.
If you are planning to drive a vehicle, then keep away from alcohol.

Comparison of Cappuccino Coffee taste of the 4 GCU encore cafes:

Being an avid coffee drinker, in the first 9 months since January 2014, I was using the coin-operated coffee vending machine at Saltire centre for my cappuccino coffee costing £1 per cup but did not go for the regular cappuccino coffee at saltire centre encore shop that was £1.70 per cap mainly because I wanted to avoid standing in the long queue to get it from Encore outlet.

But in the first week of October 2014, the coin-operated coffee vending machine wasn’t working and so on that day, I had to go for the Encore cappuccino coffee (cost per cup of cappuccino coffee then was £1.80) at saltire centre and to my surprise this coffee taste was really delicious. Out of the two coffee making machines at Saltire centre Encore shop the one near the fridge makes far-better tasting coffee than the other one near the door of saltire centre encore cafe.

The high aroma emitting coffee machine at Govan Mbeki building Encore shop makes good coffee like the similar ones at CEE building and at Refectory in Hamish wood building but they are definitely below par with the cappuccino coffee taste of the coffee made by saltire centre encore cafe coffee making machine near the fridge there.

Unfortunately, my favourite coffee making machine (Semi-manual) at saltire centre encore cafe is under repair for the past 4 days and is expected to be back in action in a couple of days. Till then I have reconciled myself to taking the coffee made by the other machine at Saltire centre encore shop much to my dislike.

PDP 2- What transpired and What transformation got discussed ?

On Friday, 5th December 2014 afternoon We, the three group members of Skills module session B, sat together for a round-table discussion under the mentorship of our module Leader, Mrs.Frances MacInness, who set the ball rolling by speaking about the importance of team working ability, inter-personal skills and cross-cultural communication attribute that are expected of a job aspirant in a highly competitive employment arena.

Frances encouraged and goaded all the members to participate in the discussion about what we liked or disliked about our GCU experience and also ‘What we would like to see ourselves as’ in the next 3 to 5 years time. One of the members said that she would feel more comfortable while doing presentations to a larger audience in hundreds than to a gathering in tens. Factors such as Cultural shock, difficulty in comprehending the accentuated Scottish accent of some Glaswegians and the unpredictable Scotland weather were expressed by many group members.

Another member sagely opined that fulfilling all academic aspirations before tying oneself to the nuptial part of life should be actively considered, if feasible. My perception was that this PDP 2 discussion was lively, informative and enjoyable.