What are the benefits of chanting Aditya Hrudayam Stotram? start for office. especially [atleast] from the sloka जयाय जयभद्राय हर्याश्वाय नमो नमः |. Thank you a Barade A2A Aadhithya Hrdhayam is SMRITHI (Man-Made ) —Sage Agasthya to Lord —NOT ZRUTHI (Vedam) —There are NO. Adityahridayam (or Ādityahṛdayam or Adithya Hrudayam) is a devotional hymn associated with Aditya or the Sun God (Surya) and was recited by the sage.

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After chanting this Hymn three times Sri Rama defeated Ravana. The Aditya Hridayam, is a hymn in glorification of the Sun slokx Surya and was recited by the great sage Agastya to Lord Rama on the battlefield before fighting with Ravana. This historic hymn starts at the beginning of the Battle with Ravana, when Lord Rama is fatigued and getting ready to fight. The mystical hymn is dircted to the Sun God, the illustrious lord of all victories.

And for that matter, Sage Valmiki himself says that the prayer part is older than the epic itself. That must be obviously true, for, Sanskrit language existed in its poetic, prosaic and pristine form much before the penning of the epic. I have just attempted to give the limited version of my understanding of the Slokas verses.

Lord Surya, ruler of the universe, you are the remover of all diseases, the repository of peace I bow to you. May you bless your devotees with longevity, health and wealth. Jayaya jaya bhadraya haryashvaya namo namah namo namah sahasramsho adityaya namo namah This holy hymn dedicated to the Sun-God will result in destroying all enemies and bring you victory and permanent happiness. It is a guarantee of complete prosperity.

He is self-luminous and sustains all with his rays.

Slokas: Aditya Hrudayam

He nourishes and energizes the inhabitants hdidayam all the worlds as well as the host of Gods and demons by his Rays.

He is the all pervading, shining principle, the dispeller of darkness, exhibiting beautiful sight with golden hue. He is the Omnipresent One who pervades all with immeasurable amount of rays. He swiftly courses in the direction South of Vindhya-mountains and sports in the Brahma Nadi.

Sun is the cause of rain. He is a giver of heat, the cause of all work, of life and death. He is the destroyer of all and is the Omniscient one sustaining the universe and all action. Salutations to Aditya who appears in twelve forms in the shape of twelve months of the year and whose glory is described in his twelve names.

Salutations to the Lord of the Stellar bodies and to the Lord of daylight. Hrifayam of thousand rays, son of Aditi, Salutations to you, the bestower of victory, auspiciousness and prosperity, Salutations to the one who has coloured horses to carry him.

Salutations to the one whose appearance makes the lotus blossom also the awakener of the lotus in the heart. Salutations also to the annihilator of the ungrateful and to the Lord of all the stellar bodies, who is the first amongst all the lights of the Universe. Salutations to Vishvakarma the architect of the universe, the cause of all activity and creation in the world 22 Salutations to the Lord who creates heat by his brilliant rays.

He alone creates, sustains and destroys all that has hridatam into being. Salutations to Him who by His rays consumes the waters, heats them up and sends them down as rain again. Verily he is the Agnihotrathe sacrificial fire and the fruit gained by the worshipper of the agnihotra. He is the Lord of all action in this universe and decides the Universal path. Oh Ragava, scion of the Raghu dynasty, any person, singing the glories of Surya in great difficulties, during affliction, while lost in the wilderness, and when beset with fear, will not come to grief or loose heart.


After blessing Lord Rama thus, and predicting that He would slay the demon Ravana, sage Agastya took leave and returned to his original place. His clouds of worry thus dispelled, the lustrous Lord Rama obeyed the sayings of sage Agastya with great happiness. With composed aitya he retained this hymn in his memory, ready to chant the Aditya-Hridayam.

slooka The word heart or hridayam refers to the One ayam who is shining or dwelling in the heart hridi. So by the Heart of Aditya is meant the inner and unchanging witness of all thoughts, words and deeds, whose nature is the all-pervading Light of Consciousness.

By the repetition of this holy hymn daily, one attains imperishableness, the highest good, all blissfulness, the end of all sins, troubles and sorrows, and a long life. Thus one should worship the rising Sun of divine rays who is hailed as the brilliant Lord of the universe by all devas and asuras, by all man and gods. The Sun God is Universal.

One can understand how important is Sun worship when remembering that the Lord Rama himself was taught the Aditya Hridaya Stotram by the great sage Agastya in a critical moment. After fighting with Ravana and being severely tried and tired, Sri Rama became anxious on the battlefield.

It is then that Sage Agastya appeared to him and taught him the perennial secret through which all foes are conquered, not only the external foes but the internal as well. Our constant internal foes are passion, anger and greed caused by delusion and ignorance. The benefit of Aditya Hridaya Stotra recitation. This is stated in Bhagavata. Satrajit obtained Syamantaka-mani by worshipping Surya. Dharma Raja obtained Akshaya patra by worshipping Lord Surya and he used to entertain his guests with this wish yielding bowl.

The Samba purana declared that Samba the son of Jambavati could get himself cured of his leprosy by worshipping Lord Surya. Mayurabhatta could make his body a diamond wise and became free from disease. Sunday is very dearer to Aditya. One must avoid keeping mundane Company, liquor and Meat on that day. Also one should observe Celibacy on Sunday. Veda has stated that it is essential to get up early before sun rise.

The method of Suryopasana is said as Naturopathy. One must get up in the early morning and offer oblations to Sun God. It is desirable to take bath in any lake or pond or river. Stand opposite to Sun God and offer the Arghya. Then the Cosmic rays covering the flowing water in Arghya pradana will emanate the power received from the rays of Sun and they project on our body.

Hence the infective germs in our body will die due to that and our body receive the vital energy pranic sakti. The Vedas declare, that the colours embeded in the Sun rays cure all diseases.

These Seven rays, viz. Violet, are the seven horses of Surya. We also see the same colours in the Rainbow. The system of curing the diseases with the different colours of cosmic rays and its benefits are detailed.

In this the slo,a advantages and its procedures are stated. By this treatment certain specific diseases and other common ailments are cured. This means that leucoderma, heart diseases when attacked exposure to the red rays of Sun health will be resorted. In this treatment the application of blue colour cures fever, dysentry, diabetics, blood motions.


Bronchitis, head ache, urinary disorders, small pox, filarial Elephantasis. In the line of colours the last one orange, the ultra violet ray are hiddenly secure in its rays. Due adutya these substances teeth get improved and help the actions of the body perfectly.

Due to chromopathy hernia will be cured. The medicine used for cure is kept in coloured bottles and allow the Sun ray pass through there hrivayam made a mixture from two to three bottles each time and used each time for three months. Every disease through the red colour, the yellow the stomach diseases, the green colour heart and all skin diseases are cured.

In our body we have different colours in different organs separately. The skin has wheatish colour, hair black, eye balls and teeth whitel the other organs too has different colours in the body. The essence of this cosmic colour therapy is that the deficiency of colour and the reduction of them cause ill health. The blue colour gives good health and the red colour enthusiasm and energy. Depending upon the types of disease pure water is filled in the different coloured bottles, and the Sun rays are being attracted through the bottles into the water, and given to the diseased for few days and there by the colours in their body is recouped and health is restored.

The oil and water can be prepared from the cosmic rays during the convenient time from April, May and June Caitra to Jesta months. During this period the Sun rays are profusely available.

To cure the diseases of head, pour gingelly oil, or Badam ol, two inches below the neck of a bottle, tie with the asitya or cotton and keep it in Sun shine. When cotton is plugged, every day the cotton has to be replaced. The oil will be ready in Ninety days.

Aditya Hridayam Stotram

After the oil is prepared perfume can be added but not colours. Depending upon the type of disease, in different coloured bottles, water has to be filled two inches less to the full capacity of the container, and the same coloured cork has to be fitted to the bottle.

In the mean while no shadow should befall on it. If by any aditha it is allowed to stay after the setting of Sun, and the ray of moon, or Stars falls on them the water will be spoiled. Then the bottles must be emptied. It has to be cleansed, fresh water is filled up and again prepared. The water prepared hricayam one bottle can not be kept more than three days.

Immediately it has to be transferred to a white bottle. It is useful only for three days and again it has to be prepared separately. The water prepared though the Sun rays in a white bottle is very beneficial.

This water can be used sooka times during a day. The first ray bestows firm conviction, mental and physical strength generosity domination of others and benevolence. Dedication and devotion, sincere and pursues the path of truth. In depth evaluation, artistic taste in fine arts and adoration of beauty, love for display. Pankti became hridaym six horses.