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Peace mantra for nine planets/ Navagraha Stotra-Mantra

Navagraha Stotras are believed to pacify the planets and protect the reciter from the

evil effects of the planets. In Sanskrit, "Nava" means Nine and "Graha" means planet.

Navagraha Stotras are therefore stotras for the nine planets. In Vedic Astrology,

Moon, Rahu and Ketu are considered planets.

Aum Hrim Ssrim Gum Glaum Gam Somyaha-Sumukhaya Vakratundaya Shree

Maha Ganadhipattaye Namoh Namah.

Salutations to the beautiful Ganesh, whose face is radiant like the moon, the beloved

of Sun, the deva of all the devas and the great Cosmic Spirit.

 

For the nine planets

 

aadityaaya somaaya maNgalaaya budhaaya cha |

guru shukra shanibhyashcha raahaveketave namaH ||

 

Salutations to the navagrahaas, the Sun, Moon, Mars, Mercury, Jupiter,

Venus, Saturn, Rahu, and Ketu. 

Aum hreem hraum Suryayeh Namah; Aum hreem shreem Chandraya namah; Aum

eim hreem shreem Mangalayeh namah; Aum aim streem Bam-Budhayeh namah;

Aum hreem brahm brahaspattayeh namah; Aum hreem shreem Shukrayeh namah;

Aum hreem shreem Sam-Sanneshcharayeh namah; Aum Eim Hreem Rahuvey

namah; Aum eim hreem Ketuveh namah.  

Ravi (Sun) - 6 times

japaakusuma sankaashaM kaashyapeyaM mahaaDhyuthima |

thamorima sarvapaapaghanaM praNamaami dhivaakarama ||

 

I pray to the Sun, the day-maker, destroyer of all sins, the enemy of

darkness, of great brilliance, the descendent of Kaashyapa, the one who

shines like the japaa flower.

Chandra (Moon) - 10 times

dhaDhishankha thushaaraabhaM kSheerodhaarnava

saMbhavama |

namaami shashinaM somaM shambhormukuta

bhooShanama ||

 

I pray to the Moon who shines coolly like curds or a white shell, who

arose from the ocean of milk, who has a hare on him, Soma, who is the

ornament of Shiva's hair.

Mangal (Mars) - 7 times

DharaNee garbha saMbhoothama vidhyuthkaanthi

samaprabhama |

kumaaraM shakthihasthaM thaM mangalaM

praNamaaMyahama ||

 

I pray to Mars, born of Earth, who shines with the same brilliance as

lightning, the young man who carries a spear. 

 

 

Budha (Mercury) - 17 times

 

priyaangu kalikaashyaamaM rupeNa prathimaM buDhama | 

sauMyaM sauMyaguNopethaM thvaM buDhaM

praNamaaMyahama ||

 

I pray to Mercury, dark like the bud of millet, of unequalled beauty,

gentle and agreeable. 

 

 

Guru (Jupiter) - 16 times

 

 

 

dhevaanaaMcha RishiNaaMcha gurukaanchana sannibhama |

buDhdhir bhoothaM thrilokeshaM thvaM namaami

bRihaspathima ||

 

I pray to Jupiter, the teacher of gods and rishis, intellect incarnate, lord

of the three worlds. 

 

 

 

Shukra (Venus) - 20 times

 

 

 

himakundha mRiNaalaabhaM dhaithyaanaaM paramaM

guruma |

sarvashaasthra pravakthaaraM bhaargavaM

praNamaaMyahama ||

 

I pray to Venus, the utimate preceptor of demons, promulgator of all

learning, he who shines like the fiber of snow-white jasmine. 

 

Shani (Saturn) - 19 times

neelaanjana samaabhaasaM raviputhraM yamaagrajama

Chaayaa maarthaaNda saMbhoothaM tvaM namaami

shanaishcharam

 

I pray to Saturn, the slow moving, born of Shade and Sun, the elder

brother of Yama, the offspring of Sun, he who has the appearance of

black collyrium. 

Rahu (Dragon's Head) - 18 times

 

 

 

arDhakaayaM mahaaveerama chandhraadhithya

vimarDhanama |

simhikaa garbha saMbhoothaM thvaM raahuM

praNamaaMyaham ||

 

I pray to Rahu, having half a body, of great bravery, the eclipser of the

Moon and the Sun, born of Simhikaa. 


 


 

 

Ketu (Dragon's Tail) - 7 times

 

 

 

phalaasha pushpsankaashaM thaarakaagraha masthakama |

raudhraM raudhraathmakaM ghoraM tvam kethuM

praNamaaMyaham||

 

I pray to Ketu, who has the appearance of Palaasha flower, the head of

stars and planets, fierce and terrifying.

 

Aum Brahmah-Murari-Tripurarntakari-Bhanuh-Shashih-
Bhumih-Suttau-Budhasscha-Gurusscha-Shukrah-Shanih-Rahuh-
Ketuh-Sarva-Graha-mama Suprabhanttam-Kuru-me-Shantih
Shantih  Su-Shantih.

 

Aum Bhuhr Bhurvah Svahr Aum Tat Savitur Varenyam Bhargo
Devasya Dhimahi Dhiyo Yo Naha Prachodayyatt. Aum Tat Sat
Swaha.