Manyu Suktha Homam
Protects Yourself From Dangers And Evil
Manyu Suktha Homam - Conquer Internal And External Enemies
Sukthas are hymns existing in the Vedas and Manyu Sukta is found in the Rig Veda. Manyu means anger or temper. The hymn reveres the Supreme God Sriman Narayana in His avatar of Narasimha. But some reports claim that it can relate to any God that’s angry, such as Hanuman in Lanka or Lord Shiva when destroying evil. In modern times, it is being used to eliminate external disturbances like court cases and negative energies but in the real sense of the term, the Manyu Suktham removes internal conflicts like krodha (anger), lobha (greed), mada (arrogance), moha (desires) and maatsarya (jealousy).
It neutralises the negative emotions thereby easing it and prevents a person from committing sins due to anger. It actually converts negative, unpleasant energies to positive, vivacious ones. Those with uncontrollable anger must chant this suktham 11 times and also perform homam to stop potential perils from endangering their lives.
Manyu Suktham Controls Anger And All Negativities
YastemanyoVidhad Vajra Sayaka Saha Ojah Pusyati Visvamanusak
Sahyama Dasamaryam Tvayayuja Sahaskrtena Sahasa Sahasvata 1
Manyurindromanyurevasa Devo Manyur Hota Varuno Jatavedah
Manyuṃ Visa Ilate Manusiryah Pahi Nomanyo Tapasa Sajosah 2
Abhihi Manyo Tavasastaviyan Tapasa Yuja Vi Jahi Satrun
Amitraha Vrtraha Dasyuha Ca Visva Vasunya Bhara Tvam Nah 3
Tvam Hi Manyo AbhibhutyojahSvayambhurbhamoabhimatisahah
Visvacarsanih Sahurih Sahavanasmasvojah Prtanasu Dhehi 4
AbhagahSannapa Pareto Asmi Tava Kratvatavisasya Pracetah
Taṃ Tvamanyo Akraturjihiḷahaṃ Svatanurbaladeyaya Mehi 5
Ayam Teasmyupa Mehyarvan PraticinahSahure Visvadhayah
Manyovajrinnabhi Mama Vavrtsvahanava Dasyun Rta Bodhyapeh 6
Abhi Prehi Dakṣiṇato Bhava MeDhavrtrani Janghanava Bhuri
Juhomi Te Dharuṇaṃ Madhvo Agramubha Upaṃsu Prathama Pibava 7
Tvayamanyo Sarathamarujanto Harṣamanaso Dhrṣita Marutvah
Tigmesava Ayudha Saṃsisana Abhi Prayantu Naroagnirupah 8
Agniriva Manyo TviṣitahSahasva SenanirnahSahure Huta Edhi
Hatvaya Satrun Vi Bhajasva Veda Ojo Mimano Vimrdhonudasva 9
Sahasva Manyo Abhimatimasme Rujan Mrṇan Pramrnan Prehi Satrun
Ugraṃ Te Pajonanva Rurudhre Vasi Vasaṃ Nayasa Ekaja Tvam 10
Ekobahunamasi Manyavilito Visaṃvisaṃ Yudhaye Sam Sisadhi
Akrttaruk Tvayayuja Vayam Dyumantam Ghosam Vijayaya Krṇmahe 11
Vijesakrdindra Ivanavabravoo Smakam Manyo Adhipa Bhaveha
Priyaṃ Te Nama Sahure Grṇimasi Vidmatamutsaṃ Yata Ababhutha 12
Abhutya Sahaja Vajra Sayaka Sahobibharṣyabhibhuta Uttaram
Kratvano Manyo Sahamedyedhi Mahadhanasya Puruhuta Samsrji 13
Samsrstam Dhanamubhayam Samakrtamasmabhyaṃ Dattam Varuṇasca Manyuh
Bhiyaṃ Dadhana Hrdayeṣu SatravahParajitaso Apa Nilayantam 14
Dhanvanagadhanva Najinjayema Dhanvana TivrahSamadojayema
DhanuhSatrorapakamam Krnoti Dhanva Nasarvah Pradisojayema
Bhadraṃ No Api Vataya Manah
Om Santa Prthivi Sivamantariksam Dyaurnodevya Bhayanno Astu
Siva Disah Pradisa UddisonaApovisvatah Paripantu Sarvatah Santih Santih Santih
Viswas Kalyana Mastu Harih Om
All hymns and prayers include four parts
1. Lauding the special attributes of the deity.
2. Expressing love and admiration and asking for acceptance by the deity.
3. Appealing to the deity to remove evil from one’s life.
4. Pleading with the deity to grant wealth and happiness.
Significance of the Manyu Suktha Homam
This suktham is greatly revered and first line translates, ‘Oh god of anger with sharp nails....’, therefore, this hymn is dedicated to the Avatar God.
In the classic epic Mahabharata, Bheema thought of Lord Narasimha and chanted this suktham while he tore apart Duryodhana.
There’s an interesting tale of how this sukhta came into existence.
The seer or mantra drashta of this suktha is Manyu, son of Tapo Muni. There was an outbreak of civil war in the kingdom and a king of that time sought refuge in the Seer Manyu. He said that only the presiding deity of anger could relieve the king. The divine sage envisioned the suktha and immediately 14 riks (the Vedic verses with chandas or metres are called Rik) spurted out from him. This resulted in the enemies fleeing and the king was thus saved.
Benefits of Manyu Suktha homam
Eliminate enemies from your life forever. These can be both internal and external. Internal enemies can be emotions like anger, jealousy, sadness, arrogance, desires etc and external can be physical forces that cause major hurdles in your path to progress. This yagya also bestows internal strength and courage and provides ultimate Knowledge and Bliss.
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