Tridalam Trigunakaram Lyrics | Bilwashtakam | Shiva Stuthi: Tridalam Trigunakaram Trinetram also known as ‘Bilwashtakam’ is a devotional hymn about Lord Shiva, composed by Jagadguru Sri Adi Shankaracharya.
Shri Shiva Bilvashtakam is a powerful chant that speaks of the power and glory of offering bilva leaves to Lord Shiva. They are to be offered in a group of three leaves and are said to have features that identify them with Lord Shiva himself.
Bilva Patra shares a very special relationship with Lord Shiva. Those who recite this sacred Bilvastkam near Siva shall be freed from all the sins and will attain the abode of Siva.
Lord Shiva is very fond of Bilvapatre or the Bilva leaves. If a person prays to Shiva with a clear mind and offers a Bilvapatre to the Shivalinga, the Lord blesses them with whatever they desires. Hence, Belpatra or Bilva is considered as important thing in the worship of Lord Shiva.
Bilva leaves is from the wood apple tree. This leaf is trifoliate which signifies the holy Trinity: Brahma, Vishnu and Mahesh. It also signifies the three eyes of Shiva.
According to Shiva Purana, The bilva is the symbol of lord shiva. It is adored even by the gods. it is difficult to understand its greatness. Blessed are the ones who offer Bilva. One Bilva is equal to a thousand lotus, says the Siva Purana.
According to the Skanda Purana, the Bel tree grew from the sweat droplets of Parvati which fell on the Mandrachal mountain. From there the Bel tree emerged. Hence, it is believed that the Goddess resides in this tree in all Her forms.
She resides as Girija in the roots of the tree, as Maheshwari in its trunk, as Dakshayani in its branches, Parvati in its leaves, Katyayani in its fruit and as Gauri in its flowers. Therefore as Parvati resides in Her various forms in this tree, Shiva is extremely fond of its leaves.
According to Sri Bilva Shtakam, bel tree grew from the breast of Lakshmi. Those who offer one leaf of Bilva to Siva is possibly equal to the spiritual bliss attained by the offer of a Saligrama stone to a Brahman. Giving millions of elephants in charity, performing hundreds of Vajapeya sacrifice, or giving away millions of daughters in marriage equal the offering of one Bilva-leaf to Siva.
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Lyrics: Sri Adi Shankaracharya
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Tridalam Trigunakaram Trinetram Cha Triyayudham
Trijanma Papasamharam Eka Bilvam Shivarpanam
Trishakhaih Bilvapatraishcha Achchidraih Komalaih Shubhaih
Tava Pujam Karishyami Eka Bilvam Shivarpanam
Kotikanya Mahadanam Tilaparvatakotayah
Kamcanam Shailadanena Eka Bilvam Shivarpanam
Kashikshetra Nivasam Cha Kalabhairava Darshanam
Prayage Madhavam Drushtva Eka Bilvam Shivarpanam
Imduvare Vratam Sthitva Niraharo Maheshvarah
Naktam Houshyami Devesha Eka Bilvam Shivarpanam
Ramalimga Pratishtha Cha Vivahita Krutam Tatha
Tatakani Ca Samdhanam Eka Bilvam Shivarpanam
Akhamda Bilvapatram Cha Ayutam Shivapujanam
Krutam Namasahasrena Eka Bilvam Shivarpanam
Umaya Saha Devesha Namdivahanameva Ca
Bhasmalepana Sarvamgam Eka Bilvam Shivarpanam
Salagrameshu Vipranam Tatakam Dashakupayoh
Yagnakoti Sahasrashcha Eka Bilvam Shivarpanam
Damtikoti Sahasreshu Ashvamedha Shatakratau
Kotikanya Mahadanam Eka Bilvam Shivarpanam
Bilvanam Darshanam Punyam Sparshanam Papanashanam
Aghorapapasamharam Eka Bilvam Shivarpanam
Anekavratakotinam Eka Bilvam Shivarpanam
Annadana Sahasreshu Sahasropanayanam Tatha
Aneka Janma Papani Eka Bilvam Shivarpanam
Bilvashtakamidam Punyam Yah Pathet Shivasannidhau
Shivalokam Avapnoti Eka Bilvam Shivarpanam
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