॥ परब्रह्मप्रातःस्मरणस्तोत्रम् सार्थम् ॥

प्रातः स्मरामि हृदि संस्फुरदात्मतत्त्वं सच्चित्सुखं परमहंसगतिं तुरीयम् । यत्स्वप्नजागरसुषुप्तिमवैति नित्यं तद्ब्रह्म निष्कलमहं न च भूतसङ्घः ॥ १॥ I remember in the early morning, the self-effulgent Atma-Tattwa in the heart, which is Existence-Knowledge-Bliss, which is the goal of the Parmahamsa, which is the fourth state. I am that Brahman Who is eternal, attributeless, Who transcends and is superior to the states of waking, dreaming and sleeping, I am not the sum total of the elements. प्रातर्भजामि मनसो वचसामगम्यं var मनसा वाचो विभान्ति निखिला यदनुग्रहेण । यन्नेतिनेतिवचनैर्निगमा अवोचु- स्तं देवदेवमजमच्युतमाहुरग्र्यम् ॥ २॥ I resort in the early morning to that God of gods, Who is described as the Unborn, the Imperishable, and the Foremost, Who is beyond the reach of mind and speech, by Whose grace all speech is illuminated and Whom the Vedas describe with statements of ᳚not this, not this᳚. प्रातर्नमामि तमसः परमर्कवर्णं पूर्णं सनातनपदं पुरुषोत्तमाख्यम् । यस्मिन्निदं जगदशेषमशेषमूर्तौ रज्ज्वां भुजङ्गम इव प्रतिभासितं वै ॥ ३॥ var रज्जौ I bow in the early morning to the eternal state called Purshottama, who is full, beyond darkness, brilliant like the sun, in whose secondless Being this entire universe is apparent like the snake in the rope. श्लोकत्रयमिदं पुण्यं लोकत्रयविभूषणम् । प्रातः काले पठेद्यस्तु स गच्छेत्परमं पदम् ॥ ४॥ One who recites these three sacred verses, which are the ornaments of the three worlds, in the early morning shall reach the Supreme State. The first three verses are in vasantatilakA meter, and the last in anuShTubh. Encoded by Dhrup Chand
% Text title            : parabrahma prAtaH smaraNa
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% itxtitle              : parabrahma athavA vedAnta prAtaHsmaraNastotram (sArtham)
% engtitle              : parabrahma prAtaHsmaraNastotram.h
% Category              : suprabhAta, deities_misc
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% Sublocation           : deities_misc
% Language              : Sanskrit
% Subject               : philosophy/hinduism/religion
% Transliterated by     : Dhrup Chand
% Proofread by          : Dhrup Chand, NA
% Description-comments  : Vishnustutimanjari Vol 2 page 684, BSR 528, page 509, stotrasanchaya page 7
% Indexextra            : (Scanned, stotrasanchaya Hindi)
% Latest update         : 1998, December 8, 2017
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