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Guru Vandana Part III

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Part I - Part II

6.   bandaum guru pada padama paraga
sur(u)chi subasa sarasa anuraga
amya murimaya churana charu
samana sakala bhava ruja parivaru
7.   sukriti sambhu tana bimala vibhuti
manjula mangala moda prasuti
jana mana manju mukuru mala harini
kien tilaka guna gana basa  

Part IV - Part V
Interpretation
6.   I greet the pollen-like dust of the lotus feet
of my preceptor (guru), refulgent, fragrant
and flavoured with love.
It is a lovely powder of the life-giving herb,
which allays the host of all the attendant
ills of mundane existence.
7. It adorns the body of a lucky person even as
white ashes beautify the person of Lord Siva,
and brings forth sweet blessings and joys.
It rubs the dirt off the beautiful mirror in the
shape of the devotee's heart; when applied
to the forehead in the form of a Tilaka (a reli-
gious mark), it attracts a host of virtues.
Interpretatie
6.   I praise the lotus feet of the Guru
who is always full of nectar and love.
He removes all pain from
 the material world.
7.  Just as the holy ashes from Shiva's
body remove the pain of people.
In the same way the touch of the
Guru's feet removes all troubles.
 
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