Slokas for Wednesday

Vakratunda Ganesh Mantra

This Manatra of Lord Ganesha is one of the most common Mantra, Which is to be chanted at least once on Wednesday. This Mantra is dedicated to Lord Ganesha, Goddess Riddhi(Hindu Goddess of prosperity) and Goddess Siddhi(Hindu Goddess of spiritual enlightenment). This mantra is for wealth.

“Vakratunda Maha-Kaaya Surya-Kotti Samaprabha

Nirvighnam Kuru Me Deva Sarva-Kaaryeshu Sarvadaa ||”

Meaning :

Vakra – means one that is not straight.

Vakratunda – means curved trunk.

Mahakaya – means large body, if we see that in a more divine sense it means most powerful.

Suryakoti – means ‘Surya’ or sun and koti means crore.

Samprabha – means ‘prabha – aura, grandeur’ , ‘sama- like’.

Suryakoti samprabha – means whose aura is like light of crores of sun put together.

Nirvgnam – obstacle free.

Kurume – give me.

Deva – means God.

Sarva – means all.

Karyeshu -work.

Sarvada -always

Wednesday Navagraha Sloka

Priyangu Kalikā Shyāmam 

Rupenā Prathimam Budham | 

Saumyam Saumya Gunopetham

Tham Budham Pranamāmyaham || 

Meaning :

Oh God! Who resembles the bud of kadamba tree in green colour, oh the lord Buddha with unequaled body. I pray to you with devotion who is gentle filled with divine attributes, I prostrate to you, Lord Buddha.