Dwadasha Stotra – 11

  1. The One who is the best, One who doesn’t age, One who is beyond nature, One who pours the nectar of immortality, the Lord of the Universe, One who is worshipped with devotion by Brahma, Indra and others, One who is the personification of bliss – to such a Lord Hari,  I offer my prayers
  2. One who is proclaimed as the greatest by all sounds of the Vedas, One who is the abode of Indira, One who is worshipped with devotion by Brahma, Indra and others, One who is the personification of bliss – to such a Lord Hari, I offer my prayers
  3. One who is the God for even the Gods, One who destroys the darkness within, One who is worshipped with devotion by Brahma, Indra and others, One who is the personification of bliss – to such a Lord Hari, I offer my prayers
  4. One who is beyond everything, One who is worthy of prayers everyday, One who is dear to Lord Ramaa, One who is worshipped with devotion by Brahma, Indra and others, One who is the personification of bliss – to such a Lord Hari, I offer my prayers
  5. One who is elegant just like the stem of the Lotus, One who is full of auspicious attributes, One who grants false knowledge to evil people, One who is worshipped with devotion by Brahma, Indra and others, One who is the personification of bliss – to such a Lord Hari, I offer my prayers
  6. One who grants wealth, liberation, existence, knowledge, action to all the Gods, One who is the very surprise, One who is the greatest, One who is worshipped with devotion by Brahma, Indra and others, One who is the personification of bliss – to such a Lord Hari, I offer my prayers
  7. One who is further than the farthest for those who don’t have devotion, One who is nearer than the nearest to those who do have devotion, One who is worshipped with devotion by Brahma, Indra and others, One who is the personification of bliss – to such a Lord Hari, I offer my prayers
  8. One who is verily the Ocean full of all complete and auspicious attributes, One who is the Lord of the Suras, One who neither has a beginning nor end, One who is worshiped with devotion by Brahma, Indra and others, One who is the personification of bliss – to such a Lord Hari, I offer my prayers
  9. This stotra, in praise of Lord Hari who is bliss personified, will grant punya. This has been composed by Saint Anandatirtha and will grant inherent joy to those who chant it
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Dwadasha Stotra – 10

  1. O protector of the Universe, the Lord of Sri, the greatest, One who is the cause of Rudra, Brahma and others, One who is full of compassion, the One who grants boons, please grant me the knowledge of your stories (qualities/greatness)
  2. One who is worshipped by the Gods, One who protects everyone more than anyone else, One who is the Lord of even the liberated, One who is full of infinite attributes, One who is full of compassion, One who grants boons, please grant me the knowledge of your stories
  3. One who destroys the darkness of ignorance engulfing noble people, One who fills us with the nectar called joy, One who is full of compassion, One who grants boons, please grant me the knowledge of your stories
  4. One who is the navigator of the boat comprising the three worlds, One whose feet are always worshipped, One who takes care of even the Dikpalakas, One who is full of compassion, One who grants boons, please grant me the knowledge of your stories
  5. One who is beyond the three gunas (sattva, rajas, tamas), One who bears the world, grant me that devotion towards which is always more than anything else at any time. One who is full of compassion, One who grants boons, please grant me the knowledge of your stories
  6. Protect me, O Lord, the One who is the reason for the existence of the Tattvas such as Mahat at the beginning of the creation. One who is full of compassion, One who grants boons, please grant me the knowledge of your stories
  7. The One who gives death as well as life, the One who sustains, the Lord of the Universe, give me good devotion. One who is full of compassion, One who grants boons, please grant me the knowledge of your stories
  8. One who has feet with color like that of the rising Sun, One whose fame is pure and without flaw, One who is full of compassion, One who grants boons, please grant me the knowledge of your stories
  9. One whose nails are of the color of the Lotus that has blossomed in water, One who is full of compassion, One who grants boons, please grant me the knowledge of your stories
  10. One whose holy and imcomparable knees are like the quiver of Kama, One whose has limitless strength, One who is full of compassion, One who grants boons, please grant me the knowledge of your stories
  11. One whose thighs are like that of the trunk of an elephant, One who has the queen bee called Ramaa sitting on those thighs, One who is full of compassion, One who grants boons, please grant me the knowledge of your stories
  12. One who is wearing a golden color cloth around His waist, which resemble a fully blossomed ‘Honne’ flower, One who is full of compassion, One who grants boons, please grant me the knowledge of your stories
  13. One who has a navel that has a beautiful Lotus responsible for the birth of Brahma, One who is full of compassion, One who grants boons, please grant me the knowledge of your stories
  14. One who has a stomach which holds the entire Universe in it and which is as tender as a fresh sprout, One who is the protector of even Brahma and others, One who is full of compassion, One who grants boons, please grant me the knowledge of your stories
  15. One whose chest is where the mother of the Universe Lakshmi is residing, One who is the Supreme Yogi, One who is full of compassion, One who grants boons, please grant me the knowledge of your stories
  16. One whose arms hold the Chakra, Shankha and Gada which destroy the sons of Diti, One who is full of compassion, One who grants boons, please grant me the knowledge of your stories
  17. One whose face is the abode of all knowledge and which gives joy to Lakshmi and is moon-like, One who is full of compassion, One who grants boons, please grant me the knowledge of your stories
  18. One whose eyes (just by their glance) destroys the sins of all noble devotees and grants supreme joy (moksha), One who is full of compassion, One who grants boons, please grant me the knowledge of your stories
  19. This story of Lord Hari was composed by the saint who is called Anandatirtha by virtue of always being desirous of Him, One who is the abode of infinite joy