Shree Surya Chalisa

Shree Surya Dev Chalisa is a devotional hymn dedicated to Lord Surya, the Sun God in Hinduism. This sacred prayer is recited by devotees to seek blessings, divine protection, and enlightenment from the powerful deity. Shree Surya Chalisa is a devotional hymn composed of forty verses, praising and glorifying Lord Surya. It is widely recited by devotees to invoke blessings and express their devotion to the Sun God. This sacred prayer is believed to cleanse the mind, body, and soul, while illuminating one’s path with divine light.

Surya Dev Chalisa Lyrics

॥ Doha ॥

Kanaka Badana Kundala Makara, Mukta Mala Anga।

Padmasana Sthita Dhyaie, Shankha Chakra Ke Sanga॥

॥ Chaupai ॥

Jai Savita Jai Jayati Divakara! ।
Sahasranshu! Saptashva Timirahara ॥1॥

Bhanu! Patanga! Marichi! Bhaskara!।
Savita Hansa! Sunura Vibhakara ॥2॥

Vivaswana! Aditya! Vikartana।
Martanda Harirupa Virochana ॥3॥

Ambaramani! Khaga! Ravi Kahalate।
Veda Hiranyagarbha Kaha Gate ॥4॥

Sahasranshu Pradyotana, Kahikahi।
Munigana Hota Prasanna Modalahi ॥5॥

Aruna Sadrisha Sarathi Manohara।
Hankata Haya Sata Chadi Ratha Para ॥6॥

Mandala Ki Mahima Ati Nyari।
Teja Rupa Keri Balihari ॥7॥

Uchchaihshrava Sadrisha Haya Jote।
Dekhi Purandara Lajjita Hote ॥8॥

Mitra Marichi Bhanu Aruna Bhaskara।
Savita Surya Arka Khaga Kalikara ॥9॥

Pusha Ravi Aditya Nama Lai।
Hiranyagarbhaya Namah Kahikai ॥10॥

Dwadasa Nama Prema So Gavain।
Mastaka Baraha Bara Navavain ॥11॥

Chara Padaratha Jana So Pavai।
Dukha Daridra Agha Punja Nasavai ॥12॥

Namaskara Ko Chamatkara Yaha।
Vidhi Harihara Ko Kripasara Yaha ॥13॥

Sevai Bhanu Tumahin Mana Lai।
Ashtasiddhi Navanidhi Tehin Pai ॥14॥

Baraha Nama Uchcharana Karate।
Sahasa Janama Ke Pataka Tarate ॥15॥

Upakhyana Jo Karate Tavajana।
Ripu So Jamalahate Sotehi Chhana ॥16॥

Dhana Suta Juta Parivara Badhatu Hai।
Prabala Moha Ko Phanda Katatu Hai ॥17॥

Arka Shisha Ko Raksha Karate।
Ravi Lalata Para Nitya Biharate ॥18॥

Surya Netra Para Nitya Virajata।
Karna Desa Para Dinakara Chhajata ॥19॥

Bhanu Nasika Vasakarahunita।
Bhaskara Karata Sada Mukhako Hita ॥20॥

Ontha Rahai Parjanya Hamare।
Rasana Bicha Tikshna Basa Pyare ॥21॥

Kantha Suvarna Reta Ki Shobha।
Tigma Tejasah Kandhe Lobha ॥22॥

Pusham Bahu Mitra Pithahin Para।
Tvashta Varuna Rahata Su-Ushnakara ॥23॥

Yugala Hatha Para Raksha Karana।
Bhanumana Urasarma Su-Udarachana ॥24॥

Basata Nabhi Aditya Manohara।
Katimanha, Rahata Mana Mudabhara ॥25॥

Jangha Gopati Savita Basa।
Gupta Divakara Karata Hulasa ॥26॥

Vivaswana Pada Ki Rakhavari।
Bahara Basate Nita Tam Hari ॥27॥

Sahasranshu Sarvanga Samharai।
Raksha Kavacha Vichitra Vichare ॥28॥

Asa Jojana Apane Mana Mahi।
Bhaya Jagabicha Karahun Tehi Nahi ॥29॥

Dadru Kushtha Tehi Kabahu Na Vyapai।
Jojana Yako Mana Manha Japai ॥30॥

Andhakara Jaga Ka Jo Harata।
Nava Prakasha Se Ananda Bharata ॥31॥

Graha Gana Grasi Na Mitavata Jahi।
Koti Bara Main Pranavaun Tahi ॥32॥

Manda Sadrisha Suta Jaga Me Jake।
Dharmaraja Sam Adbhuta Banke ॥33॥

Dhanya-Dhanya Tuma Dinamani Deva।
Kiya Karata Suramuni Nara Seva ॥34॥

Bhakti Bhavayuta Purna Niyam So।
Dura Hatataso Bhavake Bhrama So ॥35॥

Parama Dhanya So Nara Tanadhari।
Hain Prasanna Jehi Para Tama Hari ॥36॥

Aruna Magha Mahan Surya Phalguna।
Madhu Vedanga Nama Ravi Udayana ॥37॥

Bhanu Udaya Baisakha Ginavai।
Jyeshtha Indra Ashadha Ravi Gavai ॥38॥

Yama Bhado Ashwin Himareta।
Katika Hota Divakara Neta ॥39॥

Agahana Bhinna Vishnu Hain Pusahin।
Purusha Nama Ravi Hain Malamasahin ॥40॥

॥ Doha ॥

Bhanu Chalisa Prema Yuta, Gavahin Je Nar Nitya।

Sukha Sampatti Lahi Bibidha, Honhi Sada Kritakritya॥

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The Legend of Surya Dev

According to Hindu mythology, Surya Dev is the son of Sage Kashyapa and Aditi. He is considered the embodiment of cosmic energy and the source of life on Earth. The legend narrates how Surya Dev rides a golden chariot across the sky, spreading light and warmth to all beings. His divine radiance is believed to dispel darkness and grant spiritual awakening.

Significance of Surya Dev Chalisa

The Surya Dev Chalisa holds immense significance in Hinduism. By reciting this hymn with devotion, devotees seek the blessings of Lord Surya for success, good health, prosperity, and spiritual enlightenment. It is believed that the regular chanting of Surya Dev Chalisa can purify one’s mind, increase positive energy, and remove obstacles from one’s life.

The Structure and Verses of Surya Dev Chalisa

The Surya Dev Chalisa consists of forty verses, each composed in a poetic form known as a “chaupai.” These verses beautifully describe the divine attributes, qualities, and exploits of Lord Surya. The hymn is written in simple yet powerful language, invoking the grace and benevolence of the Sun God.

Benefits of Reciting Surya Chalisa

Reciting Surya Dev Chalisa with utmost devotion is believed to bring numerous benefits to the devotees. Some of the prominent benefits include:

  • Attainment of spiritual enlightenment and wisdom
  • Removal of negative influences and obstacles in life
  • Enhancing physical and mental well-being
  • Boosting confidence, willpower, and determination
  • Promoting success in endeavors and career growth
  • Bestowing divine protection and blessings
  • Awakening one’s inner divine consciousness

FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions)

Can anyone recite the Surya Dev Chalisa?

Yes, anyone can recite the Surya Dev Chalisa, regardless of their age, gender, or religious background. It is open to all who seek the blessings of Lord Surya.

How many times should I recite the Chalisa?

There is no fixed number of times to recite the Chalisa. It can be chanted once or multiple times, depending on one’s devotion, time, and personal preference.

Can reciting the Surya Chalisa bring material success?

While reciting the Chalisa with devotion can help remove obstacles and bring positive energy, material success depends on various factors. The Chalisa can provide spiritual guidance and clarity on one’s path, which may indirectly contribute to success.

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