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Manojavam maarutatulyavegam jitendriam buddhimataam varistam
Vaataatmajam vaanara yudhamukhyam sriraama dutam shirasaa namaami

I prostrate to the lord Hanuman the son of wind God, who is swift like the mind and wind, mastered the senses, intellect, foremost among the vaanaraas or monkeys and the devotee of Lord Rama.

Shraddhaavaanlabhate gnaanam tat-parah samyatendriyah
gnaanam labdhvaa paraam shaantim achirenaadhigachati

He who has mastered his senses, is exclusively devoted to his practice and is full of faith, attains Knowledge; having had the revelation of Truth, he immediately attains supreme peace (in the form of God-Realization)

Satyam Bruyaat priyam bruyaan na bruyaat satyamapriyam
Priyamcha naanrutam bruyaat esha dharmassanaatanah

Speak the truth and speak to please; speak not the truth to displease; speak not untruth to please; this is eternal virtue.

Shuklaambaradharam Vishnum Shashivarnam Chaturbhujam
Prasanna vadanam Dhyaayet Sarva Vighnopashaantaye

I meditate on the glorious lord (Vinayaka) clad in sparkling white robes, omnipresent, bright white in hue, endowed with four arms and a benign smiling face to ward off all kinds of impediments.

Dhoomenaavriyate vahnir yathaadarsho malena cha
Yatholbenaavrto garbhas tathaa tenedam aavrtam

As a flame is covered by smoke, mirror by dirt and embryo by the amnion, so is knowledge covered by desire.

Utsaahassaahasam dhairyam buddhisshakthihi paraakramaha
Shadete yatra tishtanthi tatra devopi tishtathi

Perseverance, daring, courage, wisdom, strength and valor. Where these six are, there is god.

Aadityaayacha Somaaya Mangalaaya Budhaayacha
Gurushukra Shanibhyascha Raahave Ketave namaha

Salutations to the great Lords (Navagrahas or the nine planets). The nine planets, which are worshipped by the mankind are Aaditya (Sun), Soma (Moon), Mangala (Mars), Budha (Mercury), Guru (Jupiter), Shukra (Venus), Shani (Saturn), Rahu and Ketu.

Karmanyevaadhikaaraste Maa phaleshu kadaachana
Maa karmaphala heturbhuh maa te sango stvakarmani

Your right is to work only, but never to the fruit thereof. Be not instrumental in making your actions bear fruit, nor let your attachment be to inaction.

Pustakeshu cha yaa vidyaa parahaste cha yaddhanam
Samaye tu paripraapte na saavidyaa na tat dhanam

Knowledge which is in the form of a book is not knowledge. Money in the hands of another is not money. The reason is both the knowledge in the book and the money with somebody else are of no use in time of your need.

Vasudeva sutam devam kamsachaanoora mardanam
Devakee paramaanandam krishnam vande jagadgurum

I salute the great Lord Krishna, the preceptor of the worlds, the beloved son of Devaki and Vasudeva and the suppressor of Kamsa and Chaanoora.

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