Eswar Nakka on Wednesday, September 25, 2013
This slokam is the one to be recited in devotion of Lord Ganesha.before
praying any God. before doing any auspicious things like Festive and
Vratas. So always before starting any rituals we invoke blessings of
vignaharta by this slokam’ Shuklambaradharam Vishnum Shashivarnam
Chaturbhujam | Prasanna Vadanam Dhyaayet Sarvavighnopashaantaye ||
Vishal Sathyan on Monday, June 17, 2013
But, the word 'Shuklambara' means white cloth, and Lord Vishnu is always
portrayed wearing yellow cloth. Lord Ganesha is also not always portrayed
in white cloth, but he is seen somewhere. Also, 'Shashi' means 'Moon' and
'Shashivarna' means 'Fair skinned', and Lord Vishnu is always portrayed
blue skinned. So, that sloka is surely not about Lord Vishnu.
dimpledsmiles on Wednesday, July 10, 2013
Whatever be the meaning, nothing is distorted here, since this is how the
the Vishnu Sahasra nama stotra begins. How the Lord is portrayed is per the
whims and fancies of man. As if Man has seen the Lord himself to depict Him
as He is.
Vishal Sathyan on Tuesday, May 28, 2013
Recently in a book, I saw that the sloka 'Suklambaradharam' is about Lord
Ganesha, not about Lord Vishnu. It also states that in this sloka, the word
'Vishnu' means 'One who is spread all over the World'.
Vishal Sathyan on Monday, September 09, 2013
That is the vandanam of Vishnu Sahasranama Stotram, and the words
'Dhyayeth' and 'Sarvavighnopasanthaye' will never appear as 'Sahasranama',
as that word means 1000 names.