Wednesday, 18 May 2011


Baba Sang Gurdwara in the UK Smethwick - the hub of Dasam Granth parchaar and Parkaash alongside other Hindu-ized rituals has now finnaly been exposed as the core of the RSS for spewing anti Sikh Parchaar.

The president Daljit Chand Nirmala has been exposed below as a worshipper of right wing hindu terrorists.


Daljit Nirmala in Various Bhekhs
Daljit Nirmala in Various Bhekhs

Daljit 'Singh' Nirmala, who serves as a President at Baba Sang Gurdwara in Smethwick (Birmingham, UK) has been exposed with having close ties with right wing Hindu terror group Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) and engaging in anti-Sikh activities in clear violation of the Sikh Rahit Maryada.

Daljit Nirmala presents the show ‘Santwaad’ on the Sikh Channel in UK. Last year he made comments against jhajharoo Singhs on another show aired on Sikh Channel. Along with other UK Sanatanists, Daljit Nirmala continues to mislead the UK youth by inter-mixing Hindu rituals and philosophies with Sikh practices.

Video of Daljit Nirmala Performing Hindu Rituals

Still images from above video:

Daljit & Sadhvi  Ritambhara  Performing Arti before Swami Parmanand
Daljit & Sadhvi
Performing Arti before
Swami Parmanand

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Daljit Nirmala Matha Teks   Swami Parmanand
Daljit Nirmala
Matha Teks
Swami Parmanand

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Daljit Nirmala Receiving Tilak  from Hindu Pandit
Daljit Nirmala
Receiving Tilak
from Hindu Pandit

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Daljit Nirmala Performing  Havan Ceremony
Daljit Nirmala
Havan Ceremony

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The Sikh Rahit Maryada strictly forbids the Hindu ritual of performing arti and havan. Chapter 4, Article V states:
(d) Anything except the afore-mentioned reverential ceremonies, for instance, such practices as the arti with burning incense and lamps, offering of eatables to Guru Granth Sahib, burning of lights, beating of gongs, etc., is contrary to Gurmat (the Guru’s way).

Chapter 11, Article XVIII states:

"...performing havans [sacrificial fire], installing vedi....are all sacrileges."

The shocking film footage also shows Daljit Nirmala bowing down before Sadhvi Ritambhara and honoring her. According to ‘Right-Wing Women: from conservatives to extremists around the world’ (2002), Sadhvi Ritambhara is a trainee and member of the Hindu extremist terror group RSS.

Radical Hindu Sadhvi Ritambhara
Radical Hindu Sadhvi Ritambhara

In Tim McGirk’s book ‘Hindu Zealots find an avenging angel’ (1993), Ritambhara is described as being known for inflammatory anti-Muslim speeches that are aimed to incite violence. The High Court in India have been held accused in the Babri Masjid demolition case. In April 1995, Ritambhara was arrested for making a public speech in which she attacked Christians and described Mother Teresa as a “magician”. Her inflammatory speech led to Hindu led violence against Christians which resulted in 169 people being arrested for arson.

Here is a summary of her militant activities:

• Liberhan Commission - An enquiry commission gave the verdict that Sadhvi Ritambhara was one of the 68 people directly responsible for the demolition of the mosque and the subsequent violence that killed some 3,000 people across India.

• Founding chairperson of Durga Vahini, a militant Hindu women’s organization that provides weapons training. Its members have been responsible for numerous acts of violence including the ransacking of the Orissa state assembly and the anti-minority pogroms in Gujarat in 2002 which killed over 2,000 people.

• Ritambhara’s student and protégé Sadhvi Pragya Singh has been arrested for masterminding the Malegaon Blasts of September 8, 2006 in which 37 people were killed and over 125 injured.

Daljit Nirmala has also been captured in this film part-taking in Hindu Puja and Arti of Swami Parmanand in clear violation of Sikh Rehat Maryada and ideology. In another video Daljit Nirmala is wearing no Dastar, his hair is open covering with a scarf whilst he partakes in a Havan (sacrificial fire ritual) with his wife and family that is led by Hindu Pandit, again in clear violation of Sikh values and teachings.

Daljit Nirmala has been linked to Snatanists in UK whom have been actively expanding operations and and propagating anti-Sikh ideology, with primary base of operations from from Gurdwara Baba Sangh in Smethwick (Birmingham). Anti-Sikh practices have been performed during the Sri Dasam Granth Sahib programmes organised by the Snatanists. The Hindu ritual of Arti of lighting lamps and waving them around were acted out.

Sikh Channel in UK has numerous times been caught out allowing shady and dangerous characters such as Daljit contribute to the content of their programming. Although Sikh Channel UK claims to support Akal Takhat Sahib, yet another incident where anti-Sikh individuals like this are contributing to programming suggests a clear lack of editorial competence or is something more sinister at work in the background?

Daljit Nirmala on Sikh Channel
Daljit Nirmala on Sikh Channel

Sikh Channel UK has been constantly requesting and pushing for more funds from community through monthly banking Direct Debits from viewers and in its quest to increase revenue by appearing to appeal to all possible “groups and sects” in wider community? What if any link exists between income and anti-Sikh groups/individuals attempting to get a platform on TV?

Sikh Channel in UK must clearly issue a statement of its commitment to Gurmat asools as per Sikh Rehat Maryada and divulge what editorial procedures/vetting they intend to put in place to prevent future occurrences.


Monday, 25 October 2010

Statement by Sevadar‏ On Recent Incidents


In recent weeks it has come to light that prominent members of Boss, an Organisation which claims to represent Sikh Students in the UK has been accused of engaging in Homosexual activities. It has come as a great surprise that the people that claim to promote the Philosophy of the world renowned Damdami Taksal. Boss has high jacked the name of Damdami Taksal to which point the Taksal which was started by Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji himself has been left discredited and maligned in controversies which have nothing to do with the elder Taksal members.

But Boss has forced its distraught views to misrepresent and abuse Damdami Taksal, views which are considered contradictory, defaming and ludicrous by the Sikh masses.
Whilst Sikhism preaches the notion of “live and let live” Sikhism is also adamant that Sikhs should be householders and marry to have children and lead a family lifestyle alongside their Spiritual journey. But Boss has been found to be contradicting this very basic principal of a Sikh’s life with its own senior members engaging in Homosexual activities and justifying and promoting Homosexual relationships.

Over the last five years there were rumours of Sikh girls being harassed at a camp that was run under the name of “Sikh Student Camp” which was organised by Ex-Boss members but it has now come to light that homosexual activities and homosexual relationships have been justified and encouraged at “Sikhi Camp” aka BOSS Camp!

This allegation has risen to the surface after some campers who only agreed to talk about their experiences at the BOSS Camp on the pre-condition that their names would not be made public.
Furthermore, a renowned and well known Youth Speaker, Bhai Sukha Singh was attacked by eight Boss members in Oldbury, West Midlands after he was invited to a restaurant in confidence, unaware of the fact that these people he thought were his friends and Sikh brothers had already planned to launch a savage attack on him. Consequently, a police case has been registered and there it is reported that a case of “attempt to murder” has be registered against the accused.

Sukha Singh was left hospitalised of five days and had numerous stitches and metal plates put in his mouth, just going to show the severity of the attack as well as the intent.
The reason for the attack was to hide the happenings that went on at Boss Camp as Sukha Singh was one of many invited speakers at the camp and it was brought to his noticed, what went on at the camp. It is thought that Boss members conspired to keep Sukha Singh quite by taking his life as was apparently discussed by Boss members at Tividale Gurdwara (Boss stronghold) also in the West Midlands.

Parents should be alert and aware of which camps and events their children are attending as such anti-Sikh activities cannot be allowed to continue and should be given a firm rebuttal by the Sikh community so that the future of our Children can be saved from being ruined at the hands of such organisations.

Our view:

Speaking on the phone to sevadars we were told :
''Anal Sex was practised by those at BOSS Camp,which led to severe bleeding in the buttocks of one of the manmukhs who was engaged in performing this act,this leaves no doubt that they probably read the tale of Baaj Mati from Dasam Granth, and just reinacted it''

Sevadars inspected the rucksack of the Thakur Panthi involved in this anal act ,Singhs found an edition of Attitude magazine - which is apprenlty the UK's best selling gay magazine.Make no doubt that this magazine was explicit and pornographic to such a sickeng extent that Sevadars who saw it were left speechless.

A Singhni who was present called Jeevan Kaur Khalsa was very very shocked to the extent that she nearly fainted and had to be physically supported by Sevadars who gave her water.She was disgusted at this perverted Manmukh who bought this magazine.Its no wonder they had a shower together as sharing is bar of soap is traditional amongst this manmukhs

Another sevadar called Baljit Singh informed us that Sukha Singh himself was involved in this homosexual act of anal sex:

''When questioned on their anal sex acts Sukha apparently replied this is how we do things at Buddha Dal''

Now we at Singh Sabha International do not know if Sukha Singh endorsed this as he seems to be the victim here,only time will tell

Allegations of those who have been to this camp also include using one bar of soap for a shower with 2 or even 3 males at one time,Girls and Boys are kept far apart and the camp is always tense incase the older members reject to anything that is seen to be out of 'maryada'.Well they should 1st understand that anal sex at Sikhi camps is not only disgusting it is nowhere in maryada of Sri Akal Takht Sahib and neither is showering or kissing men/boys.We hope common Sikhi Sense prevails and they get their acts together!

stuff being taught at Boss camp
Chritar One hundred and thirty-four
Tale of Baaj Mati


Sabhak Singh had been a great king and Baaj Mati was his pretty wife.
Raja was not shy; with all the females he played love games.(1)
Any woman who would not consent, he used to get her kidnapped.
He would have plenty oflove play and never cared about his Rani.(2)
Baaj Mati always felt very remorse but Sabhak Singh remained careless.
Once Rani played a trick and prevented Raja from his inauspicious
Whenever she saw a beautiful woman, she would go to Sabhak Singh
and tell him,
‘You, Raja, call that woman and make love with her.’(4)
Acquiescing to this Raja would get that woman,
And whom so ever that Rani praised, Raja would play with her.(5)
‘What do I lose in this (action of procuring the women)?
I imagine I am engaging Raja myself.
‘Whatever action provides enjoyment to Raja, I honour it.’(6)
Once the Rani met a handsome man whose wife she introduced to
the Raja.
Then she incited the man that his wife was revelling with the Raja,
and taunted him of having no shame.(7)


Herself, she made love with him and felt relieved.
Then she talked to that man like this,(8)


‘What has happened to your honour? Your wife goes to Raja.
‘The wife, who revels in sex with another man, is reproved.’(9)


First she had made love with him to her full satisfaction,
And then, to infuriate him, she spoke thus,(10)


‘Raja invited your wife and, then, sexually relished sex with her.
‘You should die in shame or why don’t you burn yourself for this


‘Either you take revenge from the Raja,
‘Or you run away to the mountains and bury yourself in snow.’(12)


‘Dear Rani, whatever you say, I will abide by and I will not dread
Sabhak Singh.
‘He has disrupted my house, I will make love with his wife too.(13)


‘You bring in some hair-removing powder and then disguise yourself
as a woman.
‘When Raja will see you, he will surely be taken over by the
The powder removed all his hair and the he adorned ornaments
He went, showed himself to the Raja, and he was totally infatualed.(15)
As soon as he saw him, he came running to the Rani’s palace,
And said, ‘I have seen here a woman, as pretty as goddess Parbati.(I6)
‘If you let her meet me, I will do for you whatever you say.’
Rani was overjoyed to hear that she would get whatever she wanted. (17)
Rani came to her chambers and introduced her friend to Raja.
When Raja commenced caressing him, he clutched him and nabbed
him down.(I8)
Holding him by his arms, he ravaged him with annul sex.
He tore him to bleed and the Raja felt extremely ashamed of


With annul sex; Raja had felt himself much humiliated,
And from then on abandoned ruining the virtuosity of other’s

Tuesday, 19 October 2010

Taksaal Followers Apparently Shower Together In UK

Outrage has been expressed by Sikhs in the UK regarding an incident in which 2 Taksaal Chele,Takhur Panthis were caught naked in a bathroom shower together.Witnesses reported the following:

'' i heard noises and went upstairs while at i was at their house to my surprise both were naked and only god knows what was going on lollll!'but seriously comee on dude! we're supposed to be singhs not gays,not sure who the singhs were but harj told me it was tanvir from hayes with another dude called manvir''

Hugely popular with the Youth Sukha Singh' Akali' apprently put his hand down in between the legs of one of the Thakur Panthis in bed before the shower incident occured, some say Sukha was threatened and apprently beaten to keep his mouth shut.Up till now it seems Sukha Singh has not said a word!But people within the Taksaal Thakur Panth have themselves leaked this news out to various Singhs on email.

On a previous occasion two Thakur Panthis were caught by members of the AKJ Jatha in the car park of Bedford Gurdwara Sahib UK apprenlty hugging but as the Singhs got closer it was very clear that they were in an embrace and were actually locking lips!

Sukha Singh 'Akali' who changes Jatha like the seasons one min a Neo Nihang,then Taksal,then Nanaksar,then AKJ, and now a lost man who has homosexulity tendencies alongside Thakur Panthis Dasam Granth worshippers.

Homosexuality is prohibited in Sikhi,Gurus have taught us to live a gristhi jeevan by marrying a woman and having children with her who are bought up as Sikhs.These Sant trends recently of not marrying and being celibate like Christian Priests have led to the rise in being Gay at certain Deras and even abuse of Children.

Singh Sahib named Gursevak Singh from Ilford has voiced concern on this issue with sevadars in the UK Bhai Sahib is heavily involved in youth activity and has seen an increase in the propogation of Dasam Granth which has homosexuality themes and just as you take Hukamnama from SGGS Ji these Thakur Panthis take Hukam from Dasam Granth and re inact it

Friday, 26 March 2010

Taksaalis & So Called Nihangs Attack Gurdwara In Southall

Thugs led by Taksaalis/Nihangs led by Navjeet Singh of Buddha Dal Bhang Fauja of RSS led a protest outside Miri Piri Gurdwara Sahib in Southall London UK 19 March 2010.The protest was supposedly against Prof Darshan Singh who was apparently ment to appear at the Gurdwara on a private visit,but was not present there on the day

Inside of Gurdwara Miri-Piri - Scattered and confused congregation

Hundereds of protesting Taksaal Nihang Bhangis Gather at Gurdwara Miri-Piri in Southall, London

The bhangi fauj which gathered in Southall backed by family members shut down one area of the Southall High Street and began to block footpaths and roads while shouting swear words.Riot police had gathered to control the crowd who had in the end gathered for no reason as Prof Darshan Singh did not appear.It is a matter of Shame that this incident led to beadbi of Guru Granth Sahib Ji with bricks being lobed at the Gurdwara windows - an attack on the Gurdwara by Thakur Panthis and Bhang Fauja of Taksaal.Members of BOSS UK,Buddha Dal,Taksaal - Thakur Panth,Sikh Federation UK Gill and Chors,and mislead youth were all encouraging each other to raid Miri Piri Sahib Gurdwara and occupy it,This caused huge disruption to everyone in the local vicinity and disrupted Public Transport as well as strained law enforcement agencies like the Police who had to close the High St off for fear of violence.Akaash Radios Sukhwinder Singh Sukhi and famous chugli banda and stirer of problems was cashing in on the situation by broadcasting a live feed of the events claiming a Panthic Victory.Smashing a Gurdwara when no one was inside is not a Panthic Victory but a sham for the Sikh Community by these thugs who claim to represent Sri Akal Takht Sahib Ji.

One local who we cannot name contacted our associates and sent us the following statement

''gurfateh, i would like to express my disgust at these so called Sikhs for embarrasing and shaming the Sikhs in Southall by causing commotion for no reason.They claimed they gathered to protest against ragi darshan but i don't give s**t why they came from their s**tholes half of them were not even local and came from birmingham and outer london areas.i was with my mother and their were rumours someone was murdered and that there was a bomb in the gurdwara but as we got closer we saw our own Sikhs pushing the gates trying to get in and using words like pehnchoud kutha while swearing at other sikhs inside.all of a sudden loads of police cars and vans appeared and more came during the hours from 6 - 9 even riot police came.these shameful rogue sikhs were shouting bole so nihal than swearing my mother asked what is happening and why the commontion and swearing one youngster said prof darshan singh is inside we decided to investigate and asked around ,we spoke to a sevadar from inside on the phone who said there is no prof darshan here and that they want to come inside to attack and take over we were shocked by this time the noise got louder and local sikhs had gathered to see what was happening then we heard glass smash and saw objects in the dark being thrown over the gurdwara fence the gates were also being shaken .i was shocked that our own were smashing a gurdwara.i rang home and my father told me akash radios sukhwinder sukhi was doing a live show on the issue over the phone and making a thamasha out it all as if it was a now the police barraceded the gurdwara and shut the roads down,i counted 19 buses which could not pass and had parked on the side of the roads all the public seemed annoyed and angry while these stupid idiots from birmingham dressed in nihangs bana were romaing around with covered faces as if they had made a victory,eventually it all died down and everyone went home the next day we went to see the gurdwara the gates were damaged window on langar was broken and i saw debris on the carpark floor.

i want to ask prof guy wasnt there so why throw bricks i dont care about the prof dude of anything but these idiots cased major bezthi to us sikhs in london in front of the police by attacking a gurdwara yet they claim to be amritdaris and all holy there just idiots i say and need to be exposed ''

Thursday, 7 January 2010

Tale of Chapl Kala

Chritar Two Hundred and two
Tale of Chapl Kala
Uggar Singh was a Raja who ruled over the country of Kaskar.
He had a lot of wealth and marched with a great army.(l)
Chapal Kala was the name of her pretty daughter.
Her beauty made her to look like the goddess of love.(2)
One day she came across Ainthi Singh, the handsome one,
And, blissfully, she made love with him.(3)
Everyday she would revel with him and she was unable to let him go.
She had kept him in a house; no body had the knowledge of this.( 4)
After sometimes she was married and her husband came to take her
She made love with him and slept with him quietly.(5)
The woman was not satisfied with him and, leaving him, she went to
her paramour.
The friend received her and relished in love making for long time.(6)
What if one is powerful, but cannot gratify in sex,
Neither he gets comfort himself nor can he satisfy the woman.(7)
The person who can satisfy a woman and takes long time in love
He gets happiness and provides exhilaration to the woman.(8)
Otherwise, how much strong he may be, the woman is not fascinated.
He, who takes excessive time in love making, he wins the heart of
Cuddling and embracing she grabbed the friend,
And voice of smooching, made the husband to awake.(l0)
They were revelling so intensely that no one else could do it.
Being tired both, the man and the woman, went into slumber.(11)
Thus, when the woman went into sleep with her paramour, then the
husband saw them.
He clutched their hair like putting hand in the pile of snakes.(l2)
He thrust the English dagger on his throat,
And he pressed it so much that it went right through.(l3)
With the dagger, paramour was injured but did not tell his wife.
When the warm blood touched her, then she got up in rage.(l4)
She took the dagger and put through her husband’s ear.
She plundered his body like a goat, and there, after putting the house
on fire, she came out shouting.(l5)
‘My husband has abandoned the living and has become an ascetic.
‘Putting his house on fire, he has gone away.(l6)
‘Please, conduct some remedy and search for him in the jungle.
‘I will never even take a sip of water, and without meeting him, I will die.(l7)
All the people went to the jungle to search for him,
And told her that her husband was not found anywhere.
They all came and told her to keep calm,
But the innocent people did not know that he was dead.(l8)(l)

Monday, 21 December 2009

Thakur Panthi's Plan To Install Dasam Granth in UK Barsi

Confusion has arisen over the issue of Dasam Granth being installed at the annual Thakur Singh Barsi being held in Wolverhampton UK.While the Gurdwara is managed by members of the British Sikh Council & UK Babbar it is of great confusion of what is going on.The Sikh Channel
annonced live on air that no parkaash will be done but the video above by followers of Thakur Panthi Taksaalis claims that there will indeed be a parkaash.Majority of the sangat in the area as well as the Gurdwara - Tarsem Singh Ji Deol,Kulwant Singh Ji Dhesi and others are known to oppose the move of installation but rumours forums now claim SGGSJI Maharaj will be removed to make way for parkaash of Dasam Granth while we highly doubt this we do believe an attempt will be made to parkaash Dasam Granth which currently is not at the Gurdwara Sahib.

Sangat should stand against any move to dethrone SGGSJI Maharaj for Dasam Granth it is in direct contrevention of Sri Akal Takht Sahibs Maryada.

In clear violation of Panthic Maryada Sri Akal Takht Sahib,so called Nihung factions alongside UK Taksaal Thakur Panthis are planning to parkaash Dasam Granth alongside Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji Maharaj yet again,this is a very very dangerous move and challenges our Panthic Maryada as well as disrespects Guru Granth Sahib Ji.

Sri Akal Takht Sahib clearly states that:

Sikh Rehet Maryada, Chapter VII, Article IX, c)

Placing a pitcher, ceremonial clarified butted fed lamp, coconut, etc. around , during the course of the uninterrupted or any other reading of Guru Granth Sahib, or reading of other Scriptural texts side by side with or in the course of such reading is contrary to the gurmat (Guru’s way).

Saturday, 27 June 2009

jap in dasam granth

jap in dasam granth

. Chhapai style of verses, by Thy Grace

1. O Lord, Thou art without any form, symbol, caste, class or lineage. None can describe Thy form, hue, garb or shape. Eternal and immutable, Resplendent in Thine own Light, Thy Power is without any limit. Thou art the Lord of all Indras and the King of all kings. Sovereign of the three worlds, Thou art ever proclaimed infinite by gods, men, demons– Nay even by the blades of grass in forests. Who can ever recite all Thy names! Inspired by Thy grace, I recite the names relating to Thy deeds.

[edit] 2. Bhujang Prayaat style of verses

2. Salutations to the Eternal, Salutations to the Merciful. Salutations to the Formless, Salutations to the Peerless. Salutations to the Garbless,

3. Salutations to the One beyond the scope of written word. Salutations to the Formless, Salutations to the One beyond the scope of birth.

4. Salutations to the Unconquerable, Salutations to the Indestructible. Salutations to the Nameless, Salutations to the Abodeless.

5. Salutations to the One beyond deeds, Salutations to the One beyond creeds, Salutations to the One beyond names, Salutations to the One beyond any fixed locale.

6. Salutations to the Unconquerable, Salutations to the Fearless. Salutations to the Unshakeable, Salutations to the Invincible.

7. Salutations to the One without colour or hue, Salutations to the One who hath no beginning. Salutations to the One who is impenetrable, Salutations to the One who is unfathomable.

8. Salutations to the Unconquerable, Salutations to the Indestructible. Salutations to the ever Generous, Salutations to the Unfathomable.

9. Salutations to the Absolute One, Who is yet manifest in myriad forms. Salutations to the One beyond physical elements, Salutations to the One beyond all bonds

10. Salutations to the One beyond all deeds, Salutations to the One beyond all delusions. Salutations to the One who hath no country, Salutations to the One who hath no garb.

11. Salutations to the One who hath no name, Salutations to the One who hath no desire. Salutations to the One beyond physical elements, Salutations to the One beyond assault.

12. Salutations to the One who is ever steady, Salutations to the One beyond physical elements. Salutations to the One who cannot be seen, Salutations to the One beyond sorrow or grief.

13. Salutations to the One beyond affliction, Salutations to the One, whom none can install. Salutations to the One, worshipped in all aeons, Salutations to the greatest Treasure of all.

14. Salutations to the Unfathomable, Salutations to the Unshakeable. Salutations to the One worshipped in all modes, Salutations to the One, never created nor born.

15. Salutations to the Divine Reveller, Salutations to the Divine Ascetic. Salutations to the Lord, without any hue, Salutations to the Lord, ever Indestructible.

16. Salutations to the Lord, beyond the reach of knowledge, Salutations to the Lord of beauty and truth. Salutations to the Lord of mighty oceans, Salutations to the Lord who needs no support.

17. Salutations to the One, who hath no caste, Salutations to the One, who hath no lineage. Salutations to the One, beyond confines of religions, Salutations to the One, who is wonderful.

18. Salutations to the One, who hath no country, Salutations to the One, who hath no garb. Salutations to the One, who hath no abode, Salutations to the One, who hath no consort.

19. Salutations to the Universal Annihilator, Salutations to the ever Merciful Lord. Salutations to the One, manifest in all forms, Salutations to the Lord, Sovereign of all.

20. Salutations to the Destroyer of all, Salutations to the Creator of all. Salutations to the Annihilator of all, Salutations to the Preserver of all.

21. Salutations to the Lord of Light and Truth, Salutations to the Lord, ever mysterious. Salutations to the Lord, ever unborn, Salutations to the Lord of beauty.

22. Salutations to the Lord, immanent everywhere, Salutations to the Lord, who pervades everything. Salutations to the Lord, manifest in all colours, Salutations to the Lord, who destroys everything.

23. Salutations to the Lord, the Annihilator of death, Salutations to the Lord of truth and compassion. Salutations to the Lord, beyond caste or colour, Salutations to the Lord, beyond reach of death.

24. Salutations to the Lord, unaffected by age, Salutations to the Lord, the Doer and Creator. Salutations to the Lord, the Cause of all works, Salutations to the Lord, ever free of bondage.

25. Salutations to the Lord, without kith or kin. Salutations to the Lord, who is never afraid. Salutations to the Lord who is ever merciful. Salutations to the Lord, who is ever compassionate.

26. Salutations to the Lord ever infinite, Salutations to the Lord ever the greatest. Salutations to the Lord of Love and Truth, Salutations to the Lord ever blessed and true.

27. Salutations to the Lord who consumes and destroys all, Salutations to the Lord who preserves and nurtures all. Salutations to the Lord who creates everything, Salutations to the Lord who annihilates everything.

28. Salutations to the Lord, the greatest in asceticism, Salutations to the Lord, the greatest in enjoyment. Salutations to the Lord, ever merciful to everyone, Salutations to the Lord, the Sustainer of everyone.

[edit] 29. Chaachree style of verses, by Thy Grace

29. O Lord, Thou art formless and peerless, Beyond birth and physical elements.

30. Beyond description and garbless, Thou art nameless and desireless.

31. Thou art beyond thought and ever mysterious. Thou art unconquerable and fearless.

32. Thou art worshiped in all times. Thou art the Treasure of all things sublime. Thou art Master of the three modes, Thou art Creator of Thine own.

33. Thou art without any hue or colour. Thou art without any beginning. Thou art ever invincible, And free of bondage of birth.

34. Thou art casteless and unborn. Thou art Spirit unadorned.

35. Thou art immortal and indestructible. Thou art invincible and ever detached.

36. Thou art unfathomable and Benefactor of all. Thou art free of worldly snares and beyond thrall.

37. Thou art beyond knowledge and comprehension. Thou art beyond time and beyond bonds.

38. Thou art Allah, the Omnipresent. Thou art infinite and ever resplendent.

39. Thou art Enlightenment, unrivalled. Thou art Self-sustained and Self-created.

40. Thou art unfathomable and unborn. Thou art beyond matter and sense perceptions.

41. Thou art beyond sight and sorrow. Thou art beyond rituals and delusions.

42. Thou art unconquerable and fearless. Thou art unshakeable and unfathomable.

43. Thou art beyond measure, the everlasting Treasure. Manifest as more than one, yet Thou art only One.

[edit] 44. Bhujang Prayaat style of verses

44. Salutations to Thee, Worshipped by everyone, the universal and everlasting Treasure. Angel of Angels, garbless and mysterious beyond measure.

45. Salutations to Thee, Lord of Death, Sustainer of all. All pervading and present in all.

46. Salutations to Thee, Formless, Thine own Master and unrivalled Annihilator Lord of all Suns and worshipped by everyone.

47. Salutations to Thee, The Moon of all moons and the Sun of all suns. The Song of all songs and the Melody of all music.

48. Salutations to Thee, Dance of all dances and Melody of all music. Lord of the hands that create celestial music.

49. O Lord, Thou art without form or name, Yet all creation is a manifestation of Thyself. Thou art the Ultimate Annihilator As also the Source of all power and treasures.

50. Salutations to Thee, O Lord, without blame or blemish. O King of Kings, supremely splendid.

51. Salutations to Thee, Lord of the yogis, the Master of all powers. The King of kings, ever supreme and great.

52. Salutations to Thee, Wielder of weapons and Pride of arms, Perfect of knowledge and Mother of all.

53. O Lord, Thou art without garb and without delusion, Beyond worldly desires nor consumed by such desires. Salutations to the Master of all yogis, Who is supremely pervading the entire universe.

54. Salutations to Thee Eternal Sustainer as also the Annihilator. Lord of evil spirits as also of angels, The Fountainhead of light and of all righteousness.

55. Salutations to Thee, Dispeller of disease, Embodiment of Love, Sovereign of Sovereigns, King of Kings.

56. Salutations to Thee, The greatest Bestower of gifts and honour, The Remover of all ailments and the greatest Purifier.

57. Salutations to Thee, Lord of Divine Word, Master of mystic charms, Greatest of all deities, Master of the occult.

58. Oh Lord, Thou art eternal, ever conscious and ever blissful, Thou art also the ultimate Annihilator of all. Thou art formless and yet of unrivalled beauty, Thy spirit pervadeth and is immanent among all.

59. O Lord, Thou art the Bestower of spiritual powers, wisdom and prosperity. Thou pervadeth the skies, the earth and all in between. Thou art the Destroyer of all evil and of all sins.

60. O Lord, Thou art the invisible Sustainer of the Universe. Thou art ever the Master of spiritual powers, Thou art ever the compassionate Bestower.

61. O Lord, Thou art impregnable, indestructible, Nameless and desireless. Thou art unconquerable, omnipresent, Lord of all.

[edit] 62. By Thy Power, Chaachree style of verses

62. O Lord, Thou art in water and on land. Thou art without fear and Thou granteth fearlessness.

63. Thou art the Supreme Master Who changeth not, Thou belongeth to no country and hath no garb.

[edit] 64. Bhujang Prayaat style of verses, by Thy Grace

64. O Lord, Thou art unfathomable, free of bondage and Bliss Incarnate. Salutations to Thee, Worshipped by all, the Source of treasures for all.

65. Salutations to Thee, Thine own Master, the ultimate Annihilator, Ever unconquerable, ever indestructible.

66. Salutations to Thee, Lord Immortal, Self-sustained. Immanent in all regions and in all shapes.

67. Salutations to Thee, King of Kings, Creator of Creation. Lord of all sovereigns and of all planets.

68. Salutations to Thee, Greatest of all songs and greatest of all love. Master of wrath and Annihilator of universe.

69. Salutations to Thee, Master of all maladies, Reveller of all universe. Greatest Conqueror, inspiring awe amongst all.

70. Salutations to Thee, The ultimate Source of true knowledge, The Creator of the warp and weft of universe, Lord of divine words and of mystic charms.

71. Salutations to Thee, Whose benevolence oversees all Creation, and Who exercises universal attraction. Lord omnipresent in all hues and forms, Annihilator of the three modes Who is without form.

72. Salutations to Thee; The Essence of all life and the Seed of all Creation. Ever calm, ever detached, and bestowing grace on all.

73. Salutations to Thee, Embodiment of compassion, Destroyer of sins, The Everlasting Source of all wealth and spiritual powers.

[edit] 74. Charpat style of verses, By Thy Grace

74. O Lord, Immortal are Thy deeds Immutable are Thy laws. Thou permeate the entire universe, The eternal Reveller of all.

75. O Lord, Eternal is Thy kingdom, and everlasting Thy creation. Universal are Thy laws, and indescribable Thy achievements.

76. O Lord, Thou giveth to all, Thou knoweth all. Thou illumineth all, Thou art adored by all.

77. O Lord, Thou art the Essence of all life and Protector of all. Thou art the Universal Reveller and united with all.

78. O Lord, Thou art the Lord of all angels, the Knower of mysteries of universe. Thou art the ultimate Annihilator as also the eternal Sustainer.

[edit] 79. Ruaal style of verses, by Thy Grace

79. O Lord, Thou art the Primal Being, without a beginning, unborn and infinite. Worshipped by the three worlds, Thou art luminous, mysterious and ever merciful. Protector of all, Destroyer of all, and the ultimate Annihilator of all. Immanent in all Creation, yet detached, Thou art supremely beautiful and sweet as nectar.

80. O Lord, Thou art without a name or abode, without caste, colour or contour, Primal Being, bountiful, unborn and ever perfect. Belonging to no country, having no garb, nor form nor shape, Thou art ever unattached, Pervading the entire universe in all directions as the Essence of sublime Love.

81. O Lord, Thou art Nameless and Desireless with no visible abode, Adored by all, worshipped everywhere and glorified for evermore. Thou art One, yet Manifold, and manifest in myriad forms. Playing the divine game of creation, Thou art yet detached, Merging into Thyself all creations in the final act.

82. O Lord, Thy mysteries remain unfathomed by gods, Vedas and other scriptures. Without form, colour, caste or clan, How can one ever know Thee? Without father, mother or lineage, beyond birth and death, Thy awesome Power prevails in all directions and is worshipped everywhere.

83. O Lord, Thy Name is chanted by people in fourteen worlds. Primal Lord of Light, without a beginning, Thou created the entire universe. Thou art supremely beautiful, Ever pure, perfect and infinite. Self-existent Creator of the universe, Thou art its Preserver and its Annihilator.

84. Thou art timeless, the Source of all arts and achievements, Immortal and Omnipresent. Repository of all religions, free of delusions Beyond physical elements, Thou art invisible and garbless. Beyond physical attachment, Having no colour, caste, lineage or name, Thou art Destroyer of pride, Chastiser of the wicked and Bestower of emancipation.

85. Self-created in Thine own image, Unfathomable and beyond praise Thou art unique and totally detached. Destroyer of pride, Annihilator of all, Thou art the Primal Unborn Being. Without body or limbs, Indestructible and beyond the soul, Thou art One infinite Being. Supremely capable, Thou sustain all and ultimately annihilate all.

86. Thy power extends over all, Thou art the Annihilator of all, Thou art ever unique. Not all the scriptures know Thy form, colour or shape, Even the supreme Vedas and Puranas proclaim Thou art Infinite. Even through millions of scriptures, like simritis, puranas and shastras, Human mind cannot comprehend Thee.

[edit] 87. Madhubhaar style of verses, by Thy Grace

87. Fount of all virtues, generous and merciful, Infinite is Thy glory. Eternal is Thine existence and incomparable Thy grace.

88. Self-resplendent and ever indestructible, Infinite is Thy might, O Lord of Lords.

89. O King of kings, Sun of all suns, Lord of all angels, incomparable is Thy glory.

90. Lord of all Indras, Greatest among the great, Poorest among the poor, Annihilator of Death.

91. Beyond the physical elements, Ever resplendent with light, Of infinite speed, beyond any measure, Ever generous Fount of virtues and treasures.

92. Worshipped by sages, Without fear or desire, Of mighty effulgence, Indivisible and Immeasurable.

93. Thy actions spring from Thy Nature, Thy laws from the noblest ideals. Thou adorn and fulfill all universe, unbound and unchallenged.

[edit] 94. Chaachree style of verses, by Thy Grace

94. Lord of Universe, great Emancipator, Ever compassionate and infinite.

95. The ultimate Annihilator, the primordial Creator, Who hath no name, nor any desire.

[edit] 96. Bhujang Prayaat style of verses

96. In all directions, everywhere, Thou art the Creator and the Annihilator, Thou art the Giver and the Knower.

97. In all directions, everywhere, Thou pervadeth and fulfilleth, Thou sustaineth and destroyeth.

98. In all directions, everywhere, Thou art ever so near and ever immanent, Thou art ever worshipped and ever the Giver.

[edit] 99. Chachree style of verses

99. O Lord, Thou art Without friend or foe, Without delusion or fear.

100. Beyond action or form, Beyond birth or abode.

101. Without image or friend, Limitless and ever pure.

102. Master of the Universe, the Primal Being, Ever invisible, ever almighty.

[edit] 103. Bhagvati style of verses, Uttered by Thy Grace

103. O Lord, Imperishable is Thy kingdom, Indefilable is Thy form, Indestructible are Thy deeds, Impenetrable Thy illusion.

104. O Lord Detached from the world Thou createth, Capable of extinguishing the blazing sun, Ever detached, Thou art the Creator of all powers.

105. O Lord, Thou art the glory of all kings, The flag bearer of true faith, Beyond grief or sorrow, Thou adorn and sustain the universe.

106. O Lord, Thou art the Creator of the world and Bravest of the brave. All-pervading Supreme Spirit, Thy realisation is bliss unrivalled.

107. O Lord, The Supreme and Primal God, Beyond all mysteries, Thou hast no form and art Thine own master.

108. O Lord, Thou art the Giver of sustenance to all, Thou art the merciful Emancipator, Ever immaculate, without any blemish, Thou art invisible and mysterious.

109. O Lord, Thou art the Forgiver of sins, King of kings, The Cause of all actions, providing sustenance to Everyone

110. Thou art the merciful Provider of sustenance, And the ever gracious Fount of compassion. Thou art the Source of all arts and powers, and also the Chastiser and Annihilator.

111. O Lord, Worshipped everywhere, Thou art the Giver of all things, Present everywhere, Thou resideth in all things

112. O Lord, Thou art present in all lands and in all forms, Thine is the kingdom everywhere, Thou art the Creator of the universe.

113. O Lord, Everywhere Thou art the Giver, and Thou permeate all things. Everywhere is Thy glory and Thou light up all things.

114. O Lord, Thou art present in all lands and in all forms, Thou art the Annihilator everywhere, and the Sustainer everywhere.

115. O Lord, Everywhere Thou art the ultimate Annihilator, Everything is within Thy reach and knowledge, Everywhere Thou art manifest in varied forms, Everywhere Thou art the gracious Seer.

116. O Lord, Thou art the Doer of all deeds Thy kingdom reaches everywhere. Thou art the Annihilator of everything, and Thou art the Sustainer everywhere.

117. O Lord, Thou art the Almighty Reliever of misery, Thou art the very Breath of life, Thou art present in all lands, Thou art manifest in all forms.

118. O Lord Adored everywhere, Thou art ever the Supreme Master, Everywhere is Thy Name chanted and Thy kingdom established everywhere.

119. O Lord, Thou art like the Sun spreading light everywhere, Thine is the glory acknowledged everywhere. Thou art the supreme God of all gods, Thou art the Lord of all moons and planets.

120. O Lord, Thy Word inspires all Creation, Thou art the supreme Fount of all Wisdom.. Thou art supreme in wisdom and enlightenment, Thou art the Lord of all scriptures.

121. O Lord, Thou art the essence of all beauty, and the Centre of all attraction, Eternal is Thy peace and everlasting Thy creation.

122. O Lord, Thou art the Vanquisher of the tyrants and Protector of the poor, Lofty is Thy mansion, Heaven and Earth Thy kingdom

123. O Lord, Thou grantest wisdom to all, Thou art the Centre of all meditation, Thou art the perfect Friend and surest Provider of sustenance.

124. O Lord, Thou art like an ocean with countless waves Ever mysterious, ever imperishable, Thou art the Saviour of Thy devotees and Chastiser of their enemies.

125. O Lord, Indescribable is Thy form, Transcendent is Thy power, All revel in Thy glory, Imminent in all is Thy nectar.

126. O Lord, Eternal is Thy existence, Ever mysterious and incomparable. Thou art the Vanquisher of all, Thou art the Creator of all.

127. O Lord, Protector of all, Thou art free of all desires, Of imperishable form, Thou art unfathomable and incomparable.

128. O Lord, Om is Thy primal manifestation, but Thy existence has no beginning Without a body, without a name, Thou art the Annihilator and the Fulfiller everywhere.

129. O Lord, Blesser of the three boons, Master of the three worlds, Thou art imperishable and unfathomable. Benevolent Ordainer of everyone's fate, Thou art manifest as Love everywhere.

130. O Lord, Reveller of the three worlds, None can penetrate or touch Thee. Destroyer of all, Thou abidest in all universe.

131. O Lord, Of indescribable glory, Thou art ever Eternal. Detached from the material world, Thou sublimely permeate the universe.

132. O Lord, Thou art ever beyond description, Thy splendour transcends the universe. Indescribable is Thy form Thou sublimely permeate the universe.

[edit] 133. Bhujang style of verses

133. O Lord Thou art Formless and Indestructible. Thou art Garbless and Indescribable

134. O Lord, Thou art beyond delusion and free of the bondage of Karma, Thou art without a beginning and pre-existed all aeons.

135. O Lord, Thou art Invincible and Eternal, Beyond the physical elements and Unshakeable.

136. O Lord, Thou art Imperishable and ever Detached. Beyond worldly affairs and free of bonds.

137. O Lord, Thou art free of attachment, Thou art Indestructible, Thou art the Source of enlightenment.

138. O Lord, Free of worries, Thou art Eternal. Beyond description, Thou art Invisible.

139. O Lord, Thou art beyond the written word, Thou art without any garb. Thou art ever Invincible, Thou art verily Unfathomable.

140. O Lord, Thou art ever Unborn, Thou art beyond comprehension, Thou art without any stigma, Thou art without any origin.

141. O Lord, Pervading the ever changing universe, Thou art ever Eternal, Not having been born, Thou art free of all bonds.

[edit] 142. Charpat style of verses, by Thy Grace

142. O Lord, Thou art the Annihilator of all, Thou art present in everyone, Thou art praised by all, Thou knowest everyone.

Charpat style of verses, by Thy Grace

143. Thou canst take away from everyone, For all deeds are done by Thee through everyone, Thou art the Breath of life in all Thou art the Emancipator of all.

144. Thou art the Doer working through everyone, Thou art the Font of all religions. Thou art attached to all, Thou art free of all.

147. Without limbs and without name, Thou art the Destroyer and the Fulfiller in the three worlds, In all Thy forms, Thou art indestructible, In all Thy forms, Thou art supremely beautiful.

148. Thou hast no son nor grandson, Thou hast no enemy nor friend, Thou hast no father nor mother, Thou hast no caste nor lineage.

149. Having no relatives nor rivals, Thou art limitless and immeasurable. Of eternal glory and splendour, Thou art unborn and unconquerable.

[edit] 150. Bhagvati style of verses, By Thy Grace

150. O Lord, Ever manifest in all Thy splendour, Ever present in all Thy glory, Thou art the Fount of eternal peace, Thou art the Source of all scriptures.

151. Great Master of all intellect, Thou art the Fount of all beauty, Ever perfect in Thy compassion, Thou art the Merciful Giver of sustenance.

152. Thou art the Source of all livelihood. Giver of sustenance and emancipation. Thou art perfect in Thy compassion, Ever beautiful, ever resplendent.

153. Chastiser of the tyrants, Saviour of the poor, Annihilator of the oppressors Thou art Dispeller of all fear.

154. Destroyer of sins and stigmas, Thou art present in everyone, Ever invincible against evil, Thou art Merciful Provider of sustenance.

155. Thou speakest from every tongue, Thou art ever so near, O Master. Thou art the Annihilator of hell, Thou art the Master of heaven.

156. None is beyond Thy reach, For Thou art ever dynamic. Thou knowest the reality of everyone, Yet all are loved by Thee.

157. Thou art the supreme Lord, O Master, Thou art the universal Primal God. Belonging to no country, beyond description, Thou art ever without any garb.

158. Thou pervadeth the earth and the sky, Immeasurable is the power of Thy faith. Supremely perfect is Thy compassion, Exquisitely splendid is Thy velour and grace.

159. Steady and eternal is Thy enlightenment Beyond all measure is Thy fragrance, In every form Thou art full of wonder, Thy glory and power are beyond any measure.

160. Immeasurable is the expanse of Thy creation, Thy spirit sheds splendour everywhere, Thou art ever steady, eternal and formless, Thou art indestructible and beyond all measure.

[edit] 161. Madhubhaar style of verses, by Thy Grace

161. O Lord, In their minds sages bow to Thee For thou art the Fount of all virtues, Even the mightiest enemy cannot harm Thee For Thou art the ultimate Annihilator.

162. O Lord, Countless people bow to Thee in worship, Even the sages do obeisance to Thee in their minds, For Thou art immortal and imperishable, Ever Supreme and Self created.

163. O Lord, Intuitively experienced, Thou art immortal, In the minds of the sages, Thou art the Light, Multitudes of virtuous people bow to Thee, Thou art the Master of land and sea.

164. O Lord, Inviolate is Thy person, Unassailable is Thy Throne, Incomparable is Thy glory, Vast is Thy measure.

165. O Lord, Established by Thine own power on land and sea, Beyond criticism extends Thy glory in all directions, Mighty Master of all lands and seas, Limitless is Thy spread in all directions.

166. O Lord, Intuitively experienced and Indestructible, Thou art the Centre and Support of the universe, Of long and mighty arms and reach, Thou art ever One and only One

167. O Lord, Onkar is Thy primal manifestation, Truly Thou hast no beginning, Thy contemplation destroyeth evil, Supreme Master, Thou art Immortal.

168. O Lord, Thou art worshipped in all homes, Thy Name is recited with contemplation of Thy lotus feet, Imperishable is Thy existence, Nothing is weak or dependent in Thee.

169. O Lord, Beyond involvement in the strife of the world, Thou art ever without anger, Inexhaustible is Thy treasure, Beyond limit and self created.

170. O Lord, Subtle and unique are Thy laws, Mighty and resolute are Thy deeds, Inviolate and infinite is Thy existence, Great and generous is Thy bounty..

[edit] 171. Har Bolmanaa style of verses, by thy Grace

171. O Lord, Thou art the Abode of Mercy, Thou art the Annihilator of the (evil) enemies, Thou art Dispeller of evil and ignorance, Thou adorn the world by Thy grace.

172. O Lord, Thou art the Lord of the Universe, Thou art the Supreme Master, Even though strife be caused by Thy will Thou art the merciful Saviour of all.

173. O Lord, Thou art the Support and Sustenance of the earth, Thou art the Creator of the universe, Acknowledged and worshipped in their minds by all, Thou art known all over the universe.

174. O Lord, Thou art the Source of sustenance of all, Thou art the Cause of actions by all. Thou art ever so close and provide support to all, Thou art also the ultimate Destroyer of all.

175. O Lord, Thou art ever merciful, Sustainer of the universe, Thou art the Master of all and Lord of the Universe.

176. O Lord, Thou art Cherisher of the emancipated, Thou art Destroyer of the evil, Thou art ever Infinite, Thou art ever Merciful.

177. O Lord, No prayer can encompass Thy full glory, None can install Thyself but Thee. Thy deeds are done without Thy doing, Thou art the Nectar of immortality.

178. O Lord, Thou art the Nectar of immortality, Ever acting in kind compassion, Thy deeds are done without Thy doing, Support and Sustenance of universe.

179. Lord of the nectar of immortality Thou art the Supreme God, O Lord, Thy deeds are done without Thy doing. Thou art the Nectar of immortality.

180. O Lord, Wonderful is Thy creation, Thou art the Nectar of immortality, Guiding Spirit of all mankind, Thou art the Destroyer of all evil.

181. O Lord, Thou art the Sustenance of universe, Thou art the Abode of mercy, Thou art Supreme among the sovereigns, Thou art the Sustenance of everyone.

182. Destroyer of fear, Thou art Annihilator of the (evil) enemies Chastiser of the sinners, Thou art the Inspiration of all worship.

183. Without blemish is Thy creation, O Supreme Creator of everything, The Cause and Doer of all deeds, O ultimate Annihilator of everything.

184. O supreme and transcendent Lord of all souls, Thou art also manifest in individual souls, Fully in command of Thine own self, Supreme is Thy glory and Thy praise.

[edit] 185. Bhujang Prayaat style of verses

185. Salutations to Thee, O Sun of all Suns, Salutations to Thee, O Moon of all moons, Salutations to Thee, O King of all kings Salutations to Thee, O Lord of all Indras, Salutations to Thee, O Lord of darkness, Salutations to Thee, O Light of all lights, Salutations to Thee, O Lord of multitudes, Salutations to Thee, O Seed of all creation.

186. Salutations to Thee, O Lord of the three modes of passion, inertia and peace, Salutations to Thee, O Supreme Essence and spirit of all things, Salutations to Thee, O Yoga of all Yogas, Salutations to Thee, O Essence of all knowledge, Salutations to Thee, O Mantra of all Mantras Salutations to Thee, O Essence of all meditation.

187. Salutations to Thee, O Lord Supreme in battle, Salutations to Thee, O Lord Supreme in enlightenment, Salutations to Thee, O Sustenance of all food, Salutations to Thee, O Essence of all drinks, Salutations to Thee, O Lord of all strife, Salutations to Thee, O Embodiment of peace, Salutations to Thee, O Lord of all Indras, Salutations to Thee, O Supreme Power without a beginning.

188. O Lord, Thou art the Essence of all arts and adornments, Salutations to Thee, eternal Hope of everyone. Salutations to Thee, Supreme in Thy elegance, Ever immortal, incorporeal and nameless, Annihilator of the universe, Lord of all times, Thou art without form and without desire.

[edit] 189. Ek Acchari style of verses

189. O Lord, Thou art Unconquerable, indestructible, Fearless and eternal.

190. Unborn, unshakeable, Imperishable and all pervading.

191. Invincible, imperishable, Invisible and needing no sustenance.

192. Timeless, compassionate, Beyond fate and garb.

193. Nameless, desireless, Unfathomable, invincible.

194. Thine own Master, ultimate Annihilator Ever unborn, never silenced.

195. Without attachment, without colour, Without form, without shape.

196. Beyond ritual, beyond delusions, Indestructible, indescribable

199. O Lord, Having Thy domain in all quarters, Thou art the Reveller everywhere. Self created, compassionate and auspicious, Thou art ever united with everyone. Destroyer of bad times, Thou art the Embodiment of Compassion. Ever so close to everyone, Everlasting is the treasure of Thy glory and power.

shiv puran

(1) Shiva, Hara, Mrida, Rudra, Pushkara, Pushpalochana, Arthigamya, Sadachara, Sharva, Shambhu.

(2) Maheshvara, Chandrapida, Chandramouli, Vishva, Vishvamareshvara, Vedantasara-sandoha, Kapali, Nilalohita, Dhyanadhara, Aparicchedya.

(3) Gouribharta, Ganeshvara, Ashtamurti, Vishvamurti, Trivargasvargasadhana, Jnanagamya, Dridaprajna, Devadeva, Trilochana, Vamadeva.

(4) Madadeva, Patu, Parivrida, Drida, Vishvarupa, Virupaksha, Vagisha, Shuchisattama, Sarvapramanasamvadi, Vrishanka.

(5) Vrishavahana, Isha, Pinaki, Khatvanga, Chitravesha, Chirantana, Tamohara, Mahayogi, Gopta, Brahma.

(6) Dhurjati, Kalakala, Krittivasah, Subhaga, Pranavatmaka, Unnadhra, Purusha, Jushya, Durvasa, Purashasana.

(7) Divyayudha, Skandaguru, Parameshthi, Paratpara, Anadimadhyanidhana, Girisha, Girijadhava, Kuberabandhu, Shrikanatha, Lokavarnottama.

(8) Mridu, Samadhivedya, Kodandi, Nilakantha, Parashvadhi, Vishalaksha, Mrigavyadha, Suresha, Suryatapana, Dharmadhama.

(9) Kshamakshetra, Bhagavana, Bhaganetrabhida, Ugra, Pashupati, Tarkshya, Priyabhakta, Parantapa, Data, Dayakara.

(10) Daksha, Karmandi, Kamashasana, Shmashananilaya, Suksha, Shmashanastha, Maheshvara, Lokakarta, Mrigapati, Mahakarta.

(11) Mahoushadhi, Uttara, Gopati, Gopta, Jnanagamya, Puratana, Niti, Suniti, Shuddhatma, Soma.

(12) Somarata, Sukhi, Sompapa, Amritapa, Soumya, Mahatejah, Mahadyuti, Tejomaya, Amritamaya, Annamaya.

(13) Suhapati, Ajatashatru, Aloka, Sambhavya, Havyavahana, Lokakara, Vedakara, Sutrakara, Sanatana, Maharshi.

(14) Kapilacharya, Vishvadipti, Vilochana, Pinakapani, Bhudeva, Svastida, Svastikrita, Sudhi, Dhatridhama, Dhamakara.

(15) Sarvaga, Sarvagochara, Brahmasrika, Vishvasrika, Sarga, Karnikara, Priya, Kavi, Shakha, Vishakha.

(16) Goshakha, Shiva, Bhishaka, Anuttama, Gangaplavodaka, Bhaya, Pushkala, Sthapati, Sthira, Vijitatma.

(17) Vishayatma, Bhutavahana, Sarathi, Sagana, Ganakaya, Sukirti, Chinnasamshaya, Kamadeva, Kamapala, Bhasmoddhulita-vigraha.

(18) Bhasmapriya, Bhasmashyai, Kami, Kanta, Kritagama, Samavarta, Nivritatma, Dharmapunja, Sadashiva, Akalmasha.

(19) Chaturvahu, Durvasa, Durasada, Durlabha, Durgama, Durga, Sarvayudhavisharada, Adhyatmayoganilaya, Sutantu, Tantuvardhana.

(20) Shubhanga, Lokasaranga, Jagadisha, Janardana, Bhasmashuddhikara, Meru, Ojasvi, Shuddhavigraha, Asadhya, Sadhusadhya.

(21) Bhrityamarkatarupadhrika, Hiranyareta, Pourana, Ripujivahara, Bala, Mahahrada, Mahagarta, Vyali, Siddhavrindaravandita, Vyaghracharmambara.

(22) Mahabhuta, Mahanidhi, Amritasha, Amritavapu, Panchajanya, Prabhanjana, Panchavimshatitattvastha, Parijata, Para-vara, Sulabha.

(23) Suvrata, Shura, Brahmavedanidhi, Nidhi, Varnashramaguru, Varni, Shatrujita, Shatrutapana, Ashrama, Kshapana.

(24) Kshama, Jnanavana, Achaleshvara,Pramanabhuta, Durjneya, Suparna, Vayuvahana, Dhanurdhara, Dhanurveda, Gunarashi.

(25) Gunakara, Satyasatyapara, Dina, Dharmaga, Ananda, Dharmasadhana, Anantadrishti, Danda, Damayita, Dama.

(26) Abhivadya, Mahamaya, Vishvakarma, Visharada, Vitaraga, Vinitatma, Tapasvi, Bhutabhavana, Unmattavesha, Pracchanna.

(27) Jitakama, Ajitapriya, Kalyanaprakriti, Kalpa, Sarvalokaprajapati, Tarasvi, Tavaka, Dhimana, Pradhanaprabhu, Avyaya.

(28) Lokapala, Antarhitatma, Kalpadi, Kamalekshana, Vedashastrarthatattvajna, Aniyama, Niyatashraya, Chandra, Surya, Shani.

(29) Ketu, Varanga, Vidrumacchavi, Bhaktivashya, Anagha, Parabrahm-amrigavanarpana, Adri, Adryalaya, Kanta, Paramatma.

(30) Jagadguru, Sarvakarmalaya, Tushta, Mangalya, Mangalavrita, Mahatapa, Dirghatapa, Sthavishtha, Sthavira Dhruva.

(31) Aha, Samvatsara, Vyapti, Pramana, Parmatapa, Samvatsarakara, Mantra-pratyaya, Sarvadarshana, Aja, Sarveshvara.

(32) Siddha, Mahareta, Mahabala, Yogi, Yogya, Siddhi, Mahateja, Sarvadi, Agraha, Vasu.

(33) Vasumana, Satya, Sarvapaphara, Sukirti, Shobhana, Shrimana, Avanmanasagochara, Amritashashvata, Shanta, Vanahasta.

(34) Pratapavana, Kamandalundhara, Dhanvi, Vedanga, Vedavita, Muni, Bhrajishnu, Bhojana, Bhokta, Lokanantha.

(35) Duradhara, Atindriya, Mahamaya, Sarvavasa, Chatushpatha, Kalayogi, Mahanada, Mahotsaha, Mahabala, Mahabuddhi.

(36) Mahavirya, Bhutachari, Purandara, Nishachara, Pretachari, Mahashakti, Mahadyuti, Ahirdeshyavapu, Shrimana, Sarvacharyamanogati.

(37) Vahushruta, Niyatatma, Dhruva, Adhruva, Sarvashaska, Ojastejodyutidara, Nartaka, Nrityapriya, Nrityanitya, Prakashatma.

(38) Prakashaka, Spashtakshara, Budha, Mantra, Samana, Sarasamplava, Yugadikrida, Yugavarta, Gambhira, Vrishavahana.

(39) Ishta, Vishishta, Shishteshta, Shalabha, Sharabha, Dhanu, Tirtharupa, Tirthanama, Tirthadrishya, Stuta.

(40) Arthada, Apamnidhi, Adhishthana, Vijaya, Jayakalavita, Pratishthita, Pramanajna, Hiranyakavacha, Hari, Vimochana.

(41) Suragana, Vidyesha, Vindusamshraya, Balarupa, Vikarta, Balonmatta, Gahana, Guha, Karana, Karta.

(42) Sarvabandhavimochana, Vyavasaya, Vyavasthana, Sthanada, Jagadadija, Guruda, Lalita, Abheda, Bhavatmatmasamsthita, Vireshvara.

(43) Virabhadra, Virasanavidhi, Virata, Virachudamani, Vetta, Tivrananda, Nadidhara, Ajnadhara, Tridhuli, Shipivishta.

(44) Shivalaya, Balakhilya, Mahachapa, Tigmamshu, Badhira, Khaga, Adhirma, Susharana, Subrahmanya, Sudhapati.

(45) Maghavana, Koushika, Gomana, Virama, Sarvasadhana, Lalataksha, Vishvadeha, Sara, Samsarachakrabhrita, Amoghadanda.

(46) Madhyastha, Hiranya, Brahmavarchasi, Paramartha, Para, Mayi, Shambara, Vyaghralochana, Ruchi, Virinchi.

(47) Svarbandhu, Vachaspati, Aharpati, Ravi, Virochana, Skanda, Shasta, Vaivasvata, Yama, Yukti.

(48) Unnatakirti, Sanuraga, Paranjaya, Kailashadhipati, Kanta, Savita, Ravilochana, Vidvattama, Vitabhaya, Vishvabharta.

(49) Anivarita, Nitya, Niyatakalyana, Punyashravanakirtana, Durashrava, Vishvasaha, Dhyeya, Duhsvapnanashana, Uttarana, Dushkritiha.

(50) Vijneya, Duhsaha, Bhava, Anadi Bhurbhuvakshi, Kiriti, Ruchirangada, Janana, Janajanmadi, Pritimana.

(51) Nitimana, Dhava, Vasishtha, Kashyapa, Bhanu, Bhima, Bhimaparakrama, Pranava, Satpatchachara, Mahakasha.

(52) Mahaghana, Janmadhipa, Mahadeva, Sakalagamaparaga, Tattva, Tattavit, Ekatma, Vibhu, Vishvavibhushana, Rishi.

(53) Brahmana, Aishvaryajanmamrityujaratiga, Panchayajnasamutpatti, Vishvesha, Vimalodaya, Atmayoni, Anadyanta, Vatsala, Bhaktalokadhrika, Gayatrivallabha.

(54) Pramshu, Vishvavasa, Prabhakara,, Shishu, Giriraha, Samrata, Sushena, Surashatruha, Amogha, Arishtanemi.

(55) Kumuda, Vigatajvara, Svayamjyoti, Tanujyoti, Achanchala, Atmajyoti, Pingala, Kapilashmashru, Bhalanetra, Trayitanu.

(56) Jnanaskandamahaniti, Vishvotipatti, Upaplava, Bhaga, Vivasvana, Aditya, Yogapara, Divaspati, Kalyanagunanama, Papaha.

(57) Punyadarshana, Udarakirti, Udyogi, Sadyogi, Sadasanmaya, Nakshatramali, Nakesha, Svadhishthanapadashraya, Pavitra, Paphari.

(58) Manipura, Nabhogati, Hrit, Pundarikasina, Shatru, Shranta, Vrishakapi, Ushna, Grihapati, Krishna.

(59) Paramartha, Anarthanashana, Adharmashatru, Ajneya, Puruhuta, Purushruta, Brahmagarbha, Vrihadgarbha, Dharmadhenu,Dhanagama.

(60) Jagaddhitaishi, Sugata, Kumara, Kushalagama, Hiranyavarna, Jyotishmana, Nanbhutarata, Dhvani, Araga, Nayandyaksha.

(61) Vishvamitra, Dhaneshvara, Brahmajyoti, Vasudhama, Mahajyotianuttama, Matamaha, Matarishva, Nabhasvana, Nagaharadhrika, Pulastya.

(62) Pulaha, Agastya, Jatukarnya, Parashara, Niravarananirvara, Vairanchya, Vishtarashrava, Atmabhu, Aniruddha, Atri.

(63) Jnanamurti, Mahayasha, Lokaviragranti, Vira, Chanda, Satyaparakrama, Vyalakapa, Mahakalpa, Kalpaviriksha, Kaladhara.

(64) Alankarishnu, Achala, Rochishnu, Vikramonnata. Ayuhshabdapati, Vegi, Plavana, Shikhisarathi, Asamsrishta, Atithi.

(65) Shatrupreamathi, Padapasana, Vasushrava, Pratapa, Havyavaha, Vishvabhojana, Japaya, Jaradishamana, Lohitatma, Tanunapata.

(66) Vrihadashva, Nabhoyoni, Supratika, Tamisraha, Nidagha, Tapana, Megha, Svaksha, Parapuranjaya, Sukhanila.

(67) Sunishpanna, Surabhi, Shishiratmaka, Vasanta, Madhava, Grishma, Nabhasya, Vijavahana, Angira, Guru.

(68) Atreya, Vimala, Vishvavahana, Pavana, Sumati, Vidvana, Travidya, Naravahana, Manobuddhi, Ahamkara.

(69) Kshetrajna, Kshetrapalaka, Jamadagni, Balanidhi, Vigala, Vishvagalava, Aghora, Anuttara, Yajna, Shreye.

(70) Nishshreyahpatha, Shaila, Gaganakundabha, Danavari, Arindama, Rajanijanaka, Charuvishalya, Lokakalpadhrika, Chaturveda, Chatrubhava.

(71) Chatura, Chaturapriya, Amlaya, Samamlaya, Tirthavedashivalaya, Vahurupa, Maharupa, Sarvarupa, Charachara, Nyayanirmayaka.

(72) Nyayi, Nyayagamya, Nirantara, Sahasramurddha, Devendra, Sarvashastraprabhanjana, Munda, Virupa, Vikranta, Dandi.

(73) Danta, Gunottama, Pingalaksha, Janadhyaksha, Nilagriva, Niramaya, Sahasravahu, Sarvesha, Sharanya, Sarvalokadhrika.

(74) Padmasana, Paramjyoti, Parampara, Paramfala, Padmagarbha, Mahagarbha, Vishvagarbha, Vichakshana, Characharajna, Varada.

(75) Varesha, Mahabala, Devasuraguru, Deva, Devasuramahashraya, Devadideva, Devagni, Devagnisukhada, Prabhu, Devasureshvara.

(76) Divya, Devasuramaheshvara, Devadevamaya, Achintya, Devadevatmasambhava, Sadyoni, Asuravyaghra, Devasimha, Divakara, Vibudhagravara.

(77) Shreshtha, Sarvadevottamottama, Shivajnanarata, Shrimana, Shikhi-shriparvatapriya, Vajrahasta, Siddhakhadgi, Narasimhanipatana, Brahmachari, Lokachari.

(78) Dharmachari, Dhanadhipa, Nandi, Nandishvara, Ananta, Nagnavratadhara Shuchi, Lingadhyaksha, Suradhyaksha, Yogadhyaksha.

(79) Yugavaha, Svadharma, Svargata, Svargakhara, Svaramayasvana, Vanadhyaksha, Vijakarta, Dharmakrit, Dharmasambhava, Dambha.

(80) Alobha, Arthavit, Shambhu, Sarvahbutamaheshvara, Shmashananilaya, Tryksha, Setu, Apratimakriti, Lokottaras-futaloka, Trymbaka.

(81) Nagabhushana, Andhakari, Makhaveshi, Vishnukandharapatana, Hinadosha, Akshayaguna, Dakshari, Pushadantabhit, Dhurjati, Khandaparashu.

(82) Sakala, Nishkala, Anagha, Akala, Sakaladhara, Pandurabha, Mrida, Nata, Purna, Purayita.

(83) Punya, Sukumara, Sulochana, Samageyapriya, Akrura, Punyakirti, Anaymaya, Manojava, Tirthakara, Jatila.

(84) Jiviteshvara, Jivitantakara, Nitya, Vasureta, Vasuprada, Sadgati, Satkriti, Siddhi, Sajjati, Kalakantaka.

(85) Kaladhara, Mahakala, Bhuasatyapraryana, Lokalavanyakarta, Lokottarasukhalaya, Chandrasanjivana, Shasta, Lokaguda, Mahadhipa, Lokabandhu.

(86) Lokanatha, Kritajna, Krittibhushana, Anapaya, Akshara, Kanta, Sarvashastrahadvara, Tejomaya, Dyutidhara, Lokagranti.

(87) Anu, Shuchismita, Prasannatma, Durjjeya, Duratikrama, Jyotirmaya, Jagannatha, Nirakra, Jaleshvara, Tumbavina.

(88) Mahakopa, Vishoka, Shokanashana, Trllokapa, Trilokesha, Sarvashuddhi, Adhokshaja, Avyaktalakshana, Deva, Vyaktavyakta.

(890 Vishampati, Varashila, Varaguna, Saramandhana, Maya, Brahma, Vishnu, Prajapala, Hamsa, Hamsagati.

(90) Vaya, Vedha, Vidhata, Dhata, Srashta, Harta, Chaturmukha, Kailasashikharavasi, Sarvavasi, Sadagati.

(91) Hiranyagarbha, Druhina, Bhutapa, Bhupati, Sadyogi, Yogavit, Yogi, Varada, Brahmanapriya, Devapriya.

(92) Devanatha, Devajna, Devachintaka, Vishamaksha, Vishalaksha, Vrishada, Vrishavardhana, Nirmama, Nirahamkara, Nirmoha.

(93) Nirupadrava, Darpha, Darpada, Dripta, Sarvabhutaparivartaka, Sahasrajit, Sahasrarchi, Prabhava, Snigddhaprakriti, Sahasrarchi, Prabhava, Snigddhaprakritidakshina, Bhutabhavyabhavannatha.

(94) Bhutinashana, Artha, Anartha, Mahakosha, Parakaryaikapandita, Nishkantaka, Kritananda, Nirvyaja, Vyajamardana, Sattvavana.

(95) Sattvika, Satyakirti, Snehakritagama, Akampita, Gunagrahi, Naikatma, Naikakarmakrit, Suprita, Sumukha, Suksha.

(96) Sukara, Dakshinaila, Nandiskandhadhara, Dhurya, Prakata, Pritivardhana, Aparajita, Sarvasattva, Govinda, Adhrita.

(97) Sattvavahana, Svadhrita, Siddha, Putamurti, Yashodhana, Varahabhringadhrika, Bhringi, Balavana, Ekanayaka, Shrutiprakasha.

(98) Shrutimana, Ekabandhu, Anekakrit, Shrivatsalashivarambha, Shantabhadra, Sama, Yasha, Bhushaya,Bhushana, Bhuti.

(99) Bhutakrit, Bhutabhavana, Akampa, Bhaktikaya, Kalaha, Nilalohita, Satyavrata, Mahatyagi, Nityashantiparayana, Pararthavritti.

(100) Vivikshu, Visharada, Shubhada, Shubhakarta, Shubhanama, Shubha, Anarthita, Aguna, Sakshi, Akarta.