Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Garbha Raksha Stotram How to Chant

Are You Pregnant? Here is how to Chant Garbha Rakshambigai Stotram

Daily sit in front of a photo of the Goddess with any small recite as follows:

  • During the second month read the first two slokas 108 times daily,
  • During the third month read the first three slokas 108 times daily,
  • During the fourth month read the first four slokas 108 times daily,
  • During the fifth month read the first five slokas 108 times daily,
  • During the sixth month read the first six slokas 108 times daily,
  • During the seventh month read the first seven slokas 108 times daily,
  • During the eighth month read the first eight slokas 108 times daily,
  • During the ninth month read all the nine slokas 108 times daily,

Garbharakshambika Stora

Ehyehi Bhagawan Brahman,
Praja kartha, praja pathe,
Pragruhsheeniva balim cha imam,
Aaapathyaam raksha garbhineem.

Aswini deva devesou,
Pragrhneethaam balim dwimam,
Saapathyaam Garbhineem cha imam,
Cha Rakshatham pooja yanaya.

Rudraascha ekaadasa prokthaa,
Pragruhananthu balim dwimam,
Yushmaakam preethaye vrutham,
Nithyam rakshathu Garbineem.

Aadhithya dwadasa prokthaa,
Pragrahneethwam balim dwimam,
Yushmagam thejasaam vrudhya,
Nithyam rakshatha garbhineem.

Vinayaka Ganadhyaksha,
Shiva Puthra Maha Bala,
Pragrahneeshwa balim cha imam,
Sapathyam raksha garbhineem.

Skanda Shanmukha Devesa,
Puthra preethi vivardhana,
Pragrahneeshwa Balim cha imam,
Sapathyaam raksha Garbhineem.

Prabhaasa, Prabhavassyama,
Prathyoosho maruth nala,
Druvoo dhura dhuraschaiva ,
Vasavoshtou prakeerthitha,
Pragrahnee thwam Balim cha imam,
Nithyam raksha garbhineem.

Pithur devi, Pithusreshte,
Bahu puthri, maha bale,
Bhootha sreshte Nisa vase,
Nirvruthe, sounaka priye,
Pragrahneeshwa balim cha imam,
Sapathyam raksha garbhineem.

Raksha Raksha Mahadeva,
Baktha anugraha Karaka,
Pakshi vahana Govinda,
Sapathyam raksha Garbhineem.

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Garbha rakshambika

Thirukarugavur is the abode of Goddess Garbharakshambika and Lord Mullaivana nathar Garbharakshambika means “The Mother Who Protects the Womb”. The name of the place itself brings out the significance of the temple. A remarkable feature of the temple which distinguishes this temple from the innumerable other shrines of our land is that the Goddess Sri Garbharakshambika not only protects the unborn child, but also blesses people who long for a child, people who have pregnancy related problems and pregnant women who come to the temple praying for an easy delivery.
The other presiding deity is Lord Mullaivana Nathar (Lord of the Jasmine Garden) and worshipping this God will cure all kinds of skin diseases. People who are afflicted with incurable diseases come to this temple.
The temple is situated in Thirukarugavur which is a small village situated in Papanasam Taluka, in Tanjore District.
Tiruk- karugavur itself means -"The town where the foetus was protected".
The temple is located in a serene atmosphere along the banks of the river Vettaar, which
is a branch of the sacred river Cauvery
Location details:
Taluka: Papanasam
District: Thanjavur (Tanjore)
State: Tamilnadu
Country: India
Ideal Travel Base: Thanjavur (Tanjore)
Thirukarugavur is in Papanasam taluka which is located on Thanjavur (Tanjore) - Kumbakonam road.
It can be reached from both Thanjavur (Tanjore)and Kumbakonam. Town buses are available from both places to take you to the temple.
Papanasam is about 20 kilometers east of Thanjavur Town and at 20 kilometers South west of Kumbakonam, so the distance is almost the same.
If you are traveling from Chennai, you have to take a train or bus to Kumbakonam and from Kumbakonam, there are buses going straight to Thirukarugavur where the temple is situated.
You can also rent a car locally for transport.
Among the numerous shrines in Tanjore District the temple at Thirukarugavur is a unique one. The presiding deities of the temple are Lord Mullaivananathar and Goddess Garbharakshambika. Lord Mullaivananathar is Lord Shiva himself and Goddess Garbharakshambika is an incarnation of Goddess Parvati. Goddess Parvati is the embodiment of Shakti (Power). She has the power to give or empower and she is perhaps the most loved and undoubtedly the most giving of her love. In her we have the true celebration of Hindu womanhood.


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Thirukarugavur is the abode of Goddess Garbharakshambika (Sri Karparakshambigai or Garbharakshambikhai or Garbharakshambigai)