Datta Kshamapana Stotram

From Hindupedia, the Hindu Encyclopedia

By Sri Vasudevananda Saraswathi

Translated By P.R.Ramachander

This was written by a great saint devotee of Swami Dathathreya of Maharashtra called Sri Vasudevananda Saraswathi or Thembe Swami[1]

Devotees chant this mantra 9 times a day for a life time or at least once or thrice a day. Some Dattatreya devotees chant this mantra 9 times a day for 40 days in order to get their desires fulfilled by the Lord.

Rasgnavasa tharakam swadhu labhyam,
Graheetham kadachina nama Datha,
Ksmaswaparadham, Ksmaswaparadham,
Kshamaswaparadham, prabho klinna chitha., 1

We would get the sweetness of a saviour,
By always accepting the name of Dathathreya,
Forgive my faults, forgive my faults.
Forgive my faults, Lord who has a merciful mind.

Viyonyanthare daiva dhaivadhadyordhvibho prak,
Graheetham kadachina nama Datha,
Ksmaswaparadham, Ksmaswaparadham,
Kshamaswaparadham, prabho klinna chitha., 2

Separate our mind and think of the lord of the east rich in godliness
By always accepting the name of Dathathreya,
Forgive my faults, forgive my faults.
Forgive my faults, Lord who has a merciful mind.

Maya Mathru Garbha sthitha praptha kashtan,
Graheetham kadachina nama Datha,
Ksmaswaparadham, Ksmaswaparadham,
Kshamaswaparadham, prabho klinna chitha., 3

Remove all the troubles when we remained in the womb of the mother
By always accepting the name of Dathathreya,
Forgive my faults, forgive my faults.
Forgive my faults, Lord who has a merciful mind.

Maya Jatha mathrena Sammohithena,
Graheetham kadachina nama Datha,
Ksmaswaparadham, Ksmaswaparadham,
Kshamaswaparadham, prabho klinna chitha., 4

Charm the world as soon as we were born,
By always accepting the name of Dathathreya,
Forgive my faults, forgive my faults.
Forgive my faults, Lord who has a merciful mind.

Maya kreedan aasaktha chithena Balye,
\Graheetham kadachina nama Datha,
Ksmaswaparadham, Ksmaswaparadham,
Kshamaswaparadham, prabho klinna chitha., 5

Though in the childhood, our mind was full of sports,
We Always accept the name of Dathathreya,
Forgive my faults, forgive my faults.
Forgive my faults, Lord who has a merciful mind.

Maya youvane agnatho bhoga thoshath,
Graheetham kadachina nama Datha,
Ksmaswaparadham, Ksmaswaparadham,
Kshamaswaparadham, prabho klinna chitha., 6

Though I was ignorant in youth being filled with passion,
I Always accept the name of Dathathreya,
Forgive my faults, forgive my faults.
Forgive my faults, Lord who has a merciful mind.

Maya Sthavire anigna sarvendriyena,
Graheetham kadachina nama Datha,
Ksmaswaparadham, Ksmaswaparadham,
Kshamaswaparadham, prabho klinna chitha., 7

Though in old age I loose control over all organs,
I always accept the name of Dathathreya,
Forgive my faults, forgive my faults.
Forgive my faults, Lord who has a merciful mind.

Rishikesa may Vang maya kaya jatham,
Hare Jnanatho Ajnjnatho Viswa Sakshin,
Ksmaswaparadham, Ksmaswaparadham,
Kshamaswaparadham, prabho klinna chitha., 8

Though I am holy, in essence I am born out of a body,
And so always accept the name of Dathathreya,
Forgive my faults, forgive my faults.
Forgive my faults, Lord who has a merciful mind.

Smrutho dhyath aavahitho asya architho vaa,
Na githa sthutho vanditho vaa na japtha,
Ksmaswaparadham, Ksmaswaparadham,
Kshamaswaparadham, prabho klinna chitha., 9

I am Thinking, meditating, consecrating and worshipping you,
Not singing, praying, saluting not chanting your names,
Forgive my faults, forgive my faults.
Forgive my faults, Lord who has a merciful mind.

Dhayabdhir bhava drudan saagascha mathruka,
Bhavathyapthamantho bhavanme saranya,
Yadaa aalambanam bhoorhi bhoonir sruthangre,
Reethi prarthitham datha sishyena saaram., 10

If one surrenders to this ocean of mercy,
With complete concentration and as a model to all,
And then depend on this earth as told in the Vedas
And pray according to tradition, he would be a model disciple of Datha.

Ithi Sri pa.pa. Sri Vasudevananda Saraswathi virachitham Sri Dathathreya Kshamapana Stotram

Thus ends the prayer requesting forgiveness of Datha composed by Sri Vasudevananda Saraswathi.

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