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Essay on Kalidasa  Click or tap on any of the Sanskrit word given below to know its English meaning.

सूर्यः


नमः सूर्याय शान्ताय सर्वरोग निवारिणे
आयु ररोग्य मैस्वैर्यं देहि देवः जगत्पते ||

सूर्यः स्वयंप्रकाशितंनक्षत्रम्अस्तिसूर्यःतेजस्वीतथागोलाकारःपदार्थःसूर्यःभारतीयानांप्राचीनादेवतासूर्यस्यप्रथमंवर्णनंऋग्वेदेअस्ति।‘सूर्यःगगनस्य अलङ्कारःसःवैभवसम्पन्नःनृपःतस्यरथः सुवर्णमयःरथस्यसप्तअश्वाः,अरूणः सारथिःसूर्यःविश्वस्यनिर्माणंकृतवान्सूर्यःसर्वेषांव्याधीन्हरति|‘ इतिसूर्यस्यवर्णनंऋग्वेदेअस्तिवस्तुतःसूर्यःतु अन्तरिक्षस्थः तप्तवायूनांतेजोगोलकःसःस्वयंप्रकाशतेसूर्यस्यउदयः प्रातःकालेपूर्वदिशितथाअस्तःसायङ्कालेपश्चिमदिशिभवतिसूर्यःअस्मभ्यंप्रकाशं,उष्णतांददाति|भानुः,रविः, आदित्यः,भास्करः,दिनकरः,प्रभाकरः,मित्रःइत्यादीनितस्यअन्यानिनामधेयानि|

Essay on Sun


sūryaḥ।

namaḥ sūryāya śāntāya sarvaroga nivāriṇe
āyu rarogya maisvairyaṃ dehi devaḥ jagatpate ||

sūryaḥ svayaṃprakāśitaṃ nakṣatram asti। sūryaḥ tejasvī tathā golākāraḥ padārthaḥ। sūryaḥ bhāratīyānāṃ prācīnā devatā। sūryasya prathamaṃ varṇanaṃ ṛgvede asti। ‘sūryaḥ gaganasya alaṅkāraḥ। saḥ vaibhavasampannaḥ nṛpaḥ। tasya rathaḥ suvarṇamayaḥ। rathasya sapta aśvāḥ, arūṇaḥ ca sārathiḥ। sūryaḥ viśvasya nirmāṇaṃ kṛtavān। sūryaḥ sarveṣāṃ vyādhīn harati।‘ iti sūryasya varṇanaṃ ṛgvede asti। vastutaḥ sūryaḥ tu antarikṣasthaḥ taptavāyūnāṃ tejogolakaḥ। saḥ svayaṃ prakāśate। sūryasya udayaḥ prātaḥkāle pūrvadiśi tathā astaḥ sāyaṅkāle paścimadiśi bhavati। sūryaḥ asmabhyaṃ prakāśaṃ, uṣṇatāṃ ca dadāti। bhānuḥ, raviḥ, ādityaḥ, bhāskaraḥ, dinakaraḥ, prabhākaraḥ, mitraḥ ityādīni tasya anyāni nāmadheyāni।

Surya(Sun)

Sun- Mantra:- Oh! Lord Surya, ruler of the universe, you are the remover of all diseases, the repository of peace. I bow to you and please bless your devotees with long life, health, and wealth. The sun is a self-illuminated constellation. The sun is bright and round substance. The sun is the ancient god of Hindu. The first description of the sun is in the Rig Veda. ‘The sun is an ornament of the sky. He is a glorious king. The Chariot of the sun is like gold. The chariot has seven horses and Aruna is the charioteer of the chariot. The sun has created the universe. The sun cures ailments/diseases of all'. This all description of Sun is in Rigveda. The sun is actually a collection of hot air in space. The sun is self-illuminated. The sun rises in the morning in the east and sets in the west. The sun gives us light and heat. Bhanu, Ravi, Aditya, Bhaskar, Dinkar, Prabhakar, Mitra this all are another names for Sun.


Author: Manasi Wangikar: Manasi is a content writer at Open Pathshala

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