Sarpa Badha Nivruthi Stotram

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Sarpa Baadhaa nivruthi sloka
(Verses to remove problems due to snakes)

Translated by
P.R.Ramachander

( Here is a powerful prayer to get rid of the fear/problems created by snakes.)

1.Anantho, vasuki sesha padmanabhascha kambala,
Drutharashtra , sankha pala , thakshaka Kaliya sthadha

Ananth, Vasuki, Adhi Sesha , Padmanabha, Kambala ,
Drutharashra , Sankhapala , Thakshaka and Kaliya

2.Yethani nava naamaani nagaanaan cha mahathmaanaam,
Sayam kale paden nithya, pratha kale viseshatha

These names of nine snakes who are great,
Ahould be read daily in the evening and specially in the mornings

3. Narmadhayai nama , pratha Narmadhatai Namo nis,
Namosthu Narmadhe thubhyam thrahi maam visha sarpatha.

Salutations to Narmadha , Salutations to Narmadha in the morning and at night,
I salute you Narmadha and pray , please save me from poisonous serpents.

4.Asitham chaarthimandham cha suneedhim chapi ya smareth,
Diva vaa yadhi vaa rathrou naasya sarpa bhayam bhaveth.

Remembering about Asitha , Arthimandha and Suneethi,
In the day time or also night , there would not be any fear against snakes.

5. Yo jarath karuno jatho jarath karou maha yasa,
Aashtheeka sarpa sathre vaa pannagan yo abhyarakshatha

He who was born to sage Jarathkaru to his wife Jarathkaru was the very famous,
Sage Astheeka * who prevented the killing of the snakes,
In the SArpa Yaga (conducted by King Janamejaya.)

6.Tham smarantham mahaa bhagaa na maam himsithu marhatha

Meditating on these great people , I do not merit to be troubled.

7.Sarasarpa bhadram they dhooram gacha maha yasa,
Janamejayasya yajnanthe Aastheeka vachanam smaran

Remember the words of sage Astheeka at the end of the Yaga by Janamejaya,
“Oh snake , go away far off from here, oh famous one.”
*Sage who is half snake and Half man.