|| Shree Vishnu Mantra ||
"Shaantaakaaram Bhujagashayanam Padmanaabham
Suresham Vishwaadhaaram Gaganasadrasham Meghavarnam Shubhaangam
Lakshmikaantam Kamalanayanam Yogibhirdhyaanagamyam Vande Vishnum
|| In Hindi ||
Lord Vishnu is the preserver and protector of the Universe. He is always quiet and rests on the great serpent bed. The lotus of the creative power springs from the navel of Lord Vishnu. He is the Ultimate Power, who supports the entire universe. The divine Lord Vishnu is all-pervading as the sky and dark like the clouds. Vishnu, the lotus-eyed one, is the Lord of Lakshmi. The ascetics (yogis) observe Lord Vishnu through meditation. Lord Vishnu is the destroyer of the fear of Samsar. We surrender to such great lord.
|Aum Shree Hreem Mahamatsyaaye namah|
|Aum Hreem Kurmaye namah|
|Aum Namo Varahayae|
|Aum Shroom Narshimayae namah|
|Aum Atul vlayvamanayae namah|
|Aum namo bhagvatae parshudharinae|
|Aum lokpavanayae ramay namah|
|Aum Kling krishnay namah|
|Aum namo bhagvatae bhudhayae|
|Aum hreem kalkinae namah|
|| Some Other Mantra ||
"SALAGRAMA SILA TOYAM YAH PIVET VINDUNA SAMAM
MATUH STANYAM PUNAR NAIVA SAPIVET BHAKTI BHANG NARAH "
Meaning :Any person, if he has even taken one drop of water which has washed Salagram Shila, he will not have to suck a mother's breast again in the future.
"YE PIVANTI NARA NITYAM SALAGRAMA SILA JALAM
PANCA GAVYA SAHASRAIS TU SEVITAIH KIM PRAYOJANAM"
Meaning :Any person who has drank the water which has bathed Shalagram Shila, what is the need for them to drink thousands and thousands of times pancagavya.
"GANGA GODAVARI REVA NADYO MUKTI PRADAS TU YAH
NIVASANTI SA TIRTHAS TAH SALAGRAMA SILA JALE
KOTI TIRTHA SAHASRAIS TU SEVITAIH KIM PRAYOJANAM
TIRTHAM YADI BHAVET PUNYAM SALAGRAMA SILODBHAVAM
Meaning :The water which washed Shalagram Shila includes the water from the Ganga, Godavari, Reva and other liberating rivers. If this bath water from the Shalagram Shila is available, then there is no need for thousands of other places of pilgrimage.
|| Shree Vishnu Aarti ||
ॐ jai Jagadish Hare, svami jat Jagadish Hare,
bhakt janon ke sankat, shan men dur kare,