(Sanskrit, Devanagari मंत्रपुष्पांजलि, mantrapuṣpāñjali, is a popular prayer in INDIA, and it means “a prayer with an offering of flowers”. It comprises four hymns from Vedic sources, and is the final prayer sung at the end of āratīs. The word Mantrapushpanjali is made up of three elements, mantra (incantation), pushpa (flower), and anjali (a bowl-shaped cavity formed by hollowing and joining open palms together, as when offering or receiving alms). Mantrapushpanjali is a cultural icon in Maharashtra and is perhaps the most widely recited Vedic prayer in modern times, mainly due to its place in the Ganesh festival.
During the Ganesh Festival, Mantrapushpanjali is sung after the āratīs (to Ganesh, Shankar, Durga, and other deities) and the "Ghālīn Loṭāṅgaṇa" bhajan. Unlike the āratis and the bhajan, Mantrapushpanjali is not accompanied by clapping or by hand cymbals. Mantrapushpanjali is enunciated reverentially by devotees holding flower(s) in their palms. After the recitation, the flowers are offered to the Ganesh idol.
In This App you can listen to Mantra Pushpanjali along with devnagari Lyrics.
Audio and Music :- by Pujya Bhai Shri Rameshbhai Oza.
Om yajnena yajnamayajanta devaastani dharmani prathamaanyaasan |
Te ha naakam mahimanah sachanta
yatra purve sadhyahsanti devah ||
Om raajaadhiraajaaya prasahyasaahine | namo vayam vaishravanaaya kurmahe |
Sa me kaamaan kaamakaamaaya mahyamkameshwaro vaishravano dadatu |
mahaarajaaya namah |
Om swasti |
samrajyam bhoujyam swaraajyam
Vairaajyam paarameshthyam raajyam mahaaraajyamadahipatyamayam
Samaamtaparyaeesyat saarvabhoumah saarvaayusha aantaadaaparaardhat |
Pruthivyaisamudraparyantaayaa ekaraaliti | tadapyeshashloko bhigito marutah pariveshtaaro maruttasyaa vasan gruhe | avikshitasyakaamaprervishvedevaah sabhaasada iti |