Ya Kundendu Tushar Har Dhawla is an important Hindu Saraswati Vandana Mantra. You can find the Goddess Saraswathi prayer’s complete lyrics, as well as an English translation, below.
The Saraswati Vandana is a revered Hindu mantra recited for its ability to bring about music, knowledge, and wisdom. The Goddess Saraswati is the ultimate authority in the fields of education and the arts. Therefore, everyone who practices Hinduism, from musicians to scientists, prays to her for guidance and encouragement. Every morning, devotees of Saraswati recite the Saraswati Vandana Mantra as an act of homage to their patron goddess. Everyone has their version of the Vandana, which is a prayer addressed to the Goddess.
Ya Kundendu Tusharahara Dhavala | Saraswati Mantra With Lyrics
Enjoy the full Saraswati Mantra with lyrics.
SARASWATI VANDANA YA KUNDENDU TUSHAR HAR DHAVALA LYRICS ENGLISH MEANING
Ya Kundendu Tusharaharadhavala Ya Shubhravastravrita,
Ya Vinavaradandamanditakara Ya Shvetapadmasana,
Ya Brahmachyutashankaraprabhritibhir Devaissada Pujita,
Sa Mam Patu Sarasvati Bhagavati Nishsheshajadyapaha
She is the one who is wearing the beautiful white jasmine flower garland.
She is the one who always dresses in spotless clothes.
She is the one holding a Veena, which she is playing.
She is the one who sits on the white lotus throne.
She is worshipped by Gods such as Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva.
And please look after me, Goddess Saraswathi, who eliminates ignorance.
Dorbhiryukta Chaturbhim Sphatikamaninibhai Akshamalandadhana,
Hastenaikena Padmam Sitamapicha Shukam Pustakam Chaparena,
Bhasa Kundendushankhasphatikamaninibha Bhasamana Asamana,
Sa Me Vagdevateyam Nivasatu Vadane Sarvada Suprasanna
Let that Goddess of words, she who has four hands has her way,
She who holds the crystal bead garland in one hand,
She who holds a parrot, a white lotus, and a book in one hand and a book in the other,
And she, who is as gleaming as Kunda flowers, moon, conch, and crystal beads, lives in my face and blesses me at all times.
Surasurasevitapadapankaja Kare Virajatkamaniyapustaka,
Virinchipatni Kamalasanasthita Sarasvati Nrityatu Vachi Me Sada
Sarasvati Sarasijakesaraprabha Tapasvini Sitakamalasanapriya,
Ghanastani Kamala Vilolalochana Manaswini Bhavatu Varaprasadini
Let Saraswathi, whose feet are worshipped by asuras and devas, have her way.
She is holding a very appealing book in her hands.
She, who is Brahma’s wife and sits on a lotus, always dances on my words.
Oh, Saraswathi, the water-born Goddess who glows like saffron,
She who does penance and prefers to sit on an open lotus,
She, with the stout breasts and the lotus flower’s shifting eyes,
And she who has control over the mind, please become my boon-giver.
Saraswathi Namastubhyam Varade Kamarupini,
Vidyarambam Karishyami Siddhir Bhavatu Me Sada
Saraswathi Namastubhyam Sarva Devi Namo Namaha,
Shantarupe Shashidhare Sarvayoge Namo Namaha
I honor Goddess Saraswathi, who bestows blessings and takes whatever forms she desires.
I’m starting my learning; please always allow me to succeed in this endeavor.
I deeply respect Goddess Saraswathi, the Goddess of all Goddesses,
She who carries the moon and is the ultimate expression of peace,
And she, the lord of all Yoga, whom I salute again and again.
Nityanande Niradhare Nishkalayai Namo Namaha,
Vidyadhare Visalakshi Shuddhagnana Namo Namaha
Suddha Sphatika Rupayai Sukshmarupe Namo Namaha,
Shabdabrahmi Chaturhaste Sarvasiddhyai Namo Namaha
Salutations to her, who is always cheerful, has no foundation and is free of stains.
Salutations to her, the foundation of knowledge, has wide eyes and is true wisdom,
Salutations to the one with a microform and whose form is like a clear crystal,
Salutations to God’s voice, who has four hands and all successes.
Muktalankrita Sarvangyai Muladhare Namo Namaha,
Mulamantra Svarupayai Mulashaktyai Namo Namaha
Mano Manimahayoge Vagishvari Namo Namaha,
Vagbhyai Varadahastayai Varadayai Namo Namaha
Salutations to her, who has pearls all over her body and is the foundation.
Salutations to her, who is the root power and has the form of the root mantras.
Salutations to her who is divine, a powerful yogi, and a word goddess.
Salutations to the Goddess of sound, who blesses and blesses with her hand.
Vedayai Vedarupayai Vedantayai Namo Namaha,
Gunadosha Vivarjinyai Gunadiptyai Namo Namaha
Sarvagnane Sadanande Sarvarupe Namo Namaha,
Sampannayai Kumaryai Cha Sarvagne Te Namo Namaha
Salutations to the Goddess of Knowledge, who takes the form of a Vedic goddess and is mentioned in the Vedas.
Salutations to the Goddess who is the light of good and distinguishes between good and evil.
Salutations to the Goddess of all wisdom, who is ever full of happiness and manifests herself in various forms.
Salutations to the all-knowing, all-encompassing being who is truly happy and everything.
Yoganarya Umadevyai Yoganande Namo Namaha,
Divyagnana Trinetrayai Divyamurtyai Namo Namaha
Ardha Chandra Jatadhari Chandrabimbe Namo Namaha,
Chandraditya Jatadhari Chandrabimbe Namo Namaha
Salutations to the Goddess Lakshmi, who takes the form of Yoga and is the source of Yoga’s joy.
Salutations to her who possesses divine wisdom. She has three eyes and maintains an angelic form.
Salutations to her who is half-moon shaped and wears a half-moon.
Salutations to her who is equal to the Sun and the Moon, and who wears the moon as a decoration.
Anurupe Maharupe Vishvarupe Namo Namaha,
Animadyashta Siddhayai Anandayai Namo Namaha
Gnana Vignana Rupayai Gnanamurte Namo Namaha,
Nanashastra Svarupayai Nanarupe Namo Namaha
Salutations to her who has the shape of an atom, a large form, and a universe form.
Salutations to her who possesses the eight occult powers and manifests herself in the form of joy.
Salutations to her, who is the perfect embodiment of knowledge and has the form of wisdom and science.
Salutations to her, who takes on the forms of various shastras and has a wide range of appearances.
Padmada Padmavansha Cha Padmarupe Namo Namaha,
Parameshthyai Paramurtyai Namaste Papanashini
Mahadevyai Mahakalyai Mahalakshmyai Namo Namaha,
Brahmavishnushivayai Cha Brahmanaryai Namo Namaha
Salutations to her, who is a lotus, a member of the lotus clan, and has the appearance of a lotus.
Salutations to the primary Goddess, who takes on a divine form and cleanses the world of sins.
Salutations to the great Goddess, Kali, and Lakshmi.
Salutations to the lady of Brahma, who Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva have praised.
Kamalakarapushpa Cha Kamarupe Namo Namaha,
Kapali Karadiptayai Karmadayai Namo Namaha
Sayam Pratah Pathennityam Shanmasatsiddhiruchyate,
Choravyaghrbhayamnasti Pathatam Shrinvatamapi
Salutations to her who lives in a grove of lotuses and can take on any form she desires.
Salutations to Lord Brahma’s wife, who is skilled in her work.
In six months, a person who reads id every morning and evening will gain occult powers.
The wild tiger will not be a threat to anyone who reads or hears it.
Ittam Sarasvati Stotram Agastyamuni Vachakam,
Sarvasiddhikaram Nrinam Sarvapapapranashanam
It is a Saraswathi prayer written by the sage Agasthya.
All powers would be attained, and all sins would be eradicated.