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Prayer Book of Hansraj Morarji Public School, Andheri West, Mumbai: 400058

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  • . TO THE STUDENTS "Prayer is the very core of mans life, asit is the most vital part of religion. Prayer iseither petitional, or in its wider sense, is inwardcommunion. In either case the ultimate resultis the same. Even when it is petitional thepetition should be for the cleansing and puri-fication of the soul, for freeing it from the layersof ignorance and darknesd that envelop it.He, therefore, who hungers for the awakeningof the divine in him must fall back on prayer.But prayer is no mere exercise of words or ofthe ears, it is no mere repetition of emptyformula. Any amount of Ramanam is futileif it fails to stir the soul. It is better in prayerto havo a heart without words than wordswithout a heart. It rnust be in clear respouseto the spirit which hungers for it. And even asa hungry man relishes a hearty meal, a hungrysoul will relish a heartfelt prayer.n Gand,hi, -Mahatma -,4.
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  • qrd:isrui$i q1sar MORNING PRAYER 1. Om. That is perfect, this is perfect, from e% quinqr qdfht qurt.q&gqEqe r the perfect arises the perfect. Taking quru otot*rqTo qofiier+iiluqt rrln the perfect from the perfect, the perfect alone remains. 1. & Q qA E b; "{t o/rtd tg b; A tE qAqiEl orr ,lg. orrtd qlt"t al{ E; i .1q" ura_ ult{l .1qorcrd stdt eUS ir 1S qA or qt{l ie b. 2. Hari ;*. All that there is, in-formed and enveloped by the Lord; whatever that moving thing that is in this moving world, A 9 €tt eP thou shouldst only enjoy it, by giving it up. Covet not the possessions of any man.{anqrtqf}i c{ qflqg crrTi.Ti qlrEtt eq+ha gqtqr: il uEl: $rqR{q;Tq tt?,lt I t. atr oycldql i sJ l"tqlc.rr E urqfEl i i .r*rql il${ E +rulcr. fqr4 D; ut} drr{ }{ti d Qrrr..t; lttl.tr qa4 qriltt l{kt dG. o 6 t View slide
  • q EaFlalr;q€qrTaaeeg;qFa .-------a.-n i{6riQaa 3. $alutations to the Lord-Whom Brahma, .r(QA Varuna, Indra, Rudra and Maruta pray to ?fii! tTr{Fl{ficittt;rq{Ttt€lFd q tTI{TT: I with divine hymns, to whom sama chanters turflqfiqaaqqtr ftT{il qEsf}d * ,iiFrfi sing the Vedas and their Angas, with Pada and Krama and Upanishads, Whom qe{Trd a iigr grTgrqqrEqrq ffi} -rq; nAtl the yogis alone see, with their minds absorbed in deep meditation, and whose Ultimate Form neither the gods nor the demons know. s. qQt, cttE, tl4, t( elti t{tt [e4 tit?fe{l &r+.[l rg[c rl E, qtqq.€c: rtt4 3?4til uh&r a{5ir, €, }q ara Qvf+rq ttrQ 4ilEl & ,{tqt- cur.0 tgla tl b, ltrtlDt ttqtfU q3l{la ir{trqlrlii:lr ?Gqr r{4 q} &q.tl ecfa sl D *ri ?q.ttilt cqrfllt t,il &qar qGqt4r tla uqdt 4Ei a iettrrtti $ -trrrrt 3t g.IIit. 4. I salute the all-blissful Lord of auspici-1.I qF stR qrqr€ € frrftq I ousness, whose compassion makes the mute1iI "g*t a?isqr aq€ qt q(ITrtqfiETqq llui eloquent and the cripple cross mountains.llij y. i-tt }ur t.tri rlD, xi FrG. Dtq - Qret.tt,lJ,J crR D D.u i ulu4s r{i r{rqqe $ +r+ 3+g.lj,rl{ . O f ll View slide
  • qT sE ggorc{rtuiror {rT gutit€Il€ar 5. May Saraswati, the destroyer of our A,A ignorance, p_rotect us-She who is fair like{Tt qtofiErt{qqflqg]dif,(T zn *aqqtqar I the Kunda flower, like the moon, theqr qqr€d{th<cufttq}f €qr qrtar snow and the necklace of pearls, and who is seated on a white lotus, her handqr Et trrg {rqeqiii rrrT-dai iiriqqrqrqEr iltl playing the vina, and to whom hymns are sung by the gods even Brahma, Vishnu and Shankar. E. ,i ilqlt,..lGleii1 {rtat 4c GtR i"{l fit.tqo B, iQ.Qc.rilt D, D.tr Gr?.r {lEr-rr Urr ise{t gQirleta B, i +rlr bqq Gu hir& D, qar, lrorg, rr[qe{l ql{ti qqr ?Qr &i olr rctQ D, i *tqe ?t{u4 ara o/sdtar 4tt :14tR ?.tt qit.tctl, ql+ l(rE 3ll. 6. I hail Thee, Vyasa, endowed with vast intellect and far-visioned eyes like full- blown lotuses. Thou hast lighted the f,m€ * aqrqfttrrog* flame of knowledge, and fed it with the .A richness of Mahabharata. sEt(iiqrqdqfft:r I t. f"tqrq gfq.trqr, [-,t:ltrc sqtt ictl Oq. ia- a EriT ?€tztt rTl(itif€{lrt qrqt,_trrq r{Grautcr tl{l ieql {tRU{ {u.t}rft! csEltiadi {Iilqqc{iqt llt,u ^A rtor.tlea3ll b A.u G o,tt*r, ctqi aqq Br. a o s
  • 6{Tlqrq f}uguwa E€rreTqqtq iiuurt I 7. I. hail thee, Vyasa, again and again; fhou, God in human frame; Thou, scion ofil] + Eafiqi qrrberq afi rc: nult Vasisthas ancient race; it is from Thee that all knowledge springs. re. .t*rv, Ha{tt4-tt qilq [i[q, o{t+tQ +Rru 6;1,,9 ati [iorg+rqV oqraa arirris .rqrtrl Bt ! L Om I May He (the Lord) protect us both together; May He nourish us both together; May we work together with great vigour; May our studies shine and be effective; May we not hate others. Om, Let there be peace, and peace, and peace !eF a€ r ca * gil*g I flrErirg t. ?4rEr u{-ai a arq lQE r1r. arrrqt ut.ijq€ *{ sqertrt r hsiiq iTrEr*aqag ll i arl rar4 5lr. ?4rq arQ grur:f r{lD. arr.rQqr fueqrqt uerr qrQr. a1q Qr utl"rir iq .r "r!{q4 hort.fl vAA 3{4. e; fliladr {rtfur mFa: t & atDo ! cnFa ! *uGa ! o !o it
  • EVENING PRAYER 1. Of tranquil form, with the snake as{rFirrifiri gsrTqlqi qililf *aq his bed, with a iotus. (sprung frorn) his navel, the Lord of divine beings, the support of theA...CFteErt€tt( Trrrf,{r€fl Trqqq gTlrsq. universe, (infinite) like the sky, cloud-com-oqdiffd qrroaqf fritftrqirrrqq plexioned, of auspicious,,limbs, the beloved ofqq h.g rrdrrr{i e*tr*oruEq. utn Lakshmi, lotus-eyed, knowable (only) by the contemplation of the ascetics, to such Vishnu I salute, the remover of the fear of rebirth, the Sole Lord of all world. 1. il 3?4ti, +t.tQtgat Ds qra +qrql arq ar{a il.tr rfll.tosi g .tutrrr st g. iir *,rrrrt trt-a tri fi.,t b. 11,r{ qr?ir tdrqeft b. a.[[ arleqiql 31ul Gcl-.t atlg S. qtlr ?Qrir i tqrr03. arr.qr fitqir i ortLrrt b, ",rtnr &qt i qfhtr s arl lqar DQr iir "tqf D. i re+rqrr{l qflrqrht B. +tqtt.{[ifu i tqr{l B. sqq &qi i.ri l}r B I. l 4,& arri lpflilr ii tqr.t *,a.* {r} E. 15 t: o: r{ rt, L*.- .-_-__ t
  • gad€r g€Hrg$UE* qteqqr | 2. The Guru is no other than Brahma, the creator. Tle Guru is. no other thang€f {rlqrrd q(qg att atgG ?qf llRll vishnu, the preserver. The Guru is no other Guru is verily Bhahman itseli. To the divine , Guru I bow. F rf Om Peace, Peace, Peace. ,j. f t. itr il or Hfl E, g1 Q or fqoq B, Ur r{64.t D. gr,trlflr(l!*e B; i sft iJi,a $ rurrrl 3g g. d, {ll[.ct I rrtFd ! qtrf:d I o il "1" * qu lv li
  • qFFTq;:N Ertqurq4-sTilirqfi sr€r t rrltirlTFqlaE[Rlt I tsrq ftrq gqftr €(rar, qrfie sena cirr r fotq Rcrqo qgilr fril, scdo-froGrailr I e7 qdE wqq Eqq csqq Eil r aq gq ilh qri, aE grl qdirq cri t a( er€rq, q*a; qrg I I ,Tre ffi srrT-rtt?Ir I .!t, a{ ETq$nq, e*1 guurq t * qflrq-rirroilqs qq E ril(a.rltrqf]ElrcTr I rf Swquq.ng: errirn<qiiarg r s qcEi sqE I qqEl srq q{T sc E l st minar mfk: {rrFa: I il 1 o leTq ?4t e4-4 tl€ E, 31rrtQt 9{6{tctl b. a Thou art theruler of the minds of all people,arril3 r{l "rrg$efi rqtE rlr. i *rqa g lell Thou Dispenser of Indias Destiny,lrUE *rrtr. i *rlti ?4tgr:4 ati attttrq qt!t. Thy name rouses the hearts of the Punjab, Sind, & su[:d ! urFa ! qrFa I - Gujarat and Maratha, of Dravid, Orissa and Bengal.This food is Pure, lt echoes in the hills of the Vindhyas airdIt is visible (veritable) Brahrnan (God), Himalayas, mingles in the music of JumnaMay it protect us from all sides (directions), and Ganges, and is chanted by the wavosMay it nourish us for ever and ever, of the Indian Sea.May it grant us (bless us with) long life and They pray for Thy blessing and sing Thy Sturdy health, praise. Thou Dispenser of Indias Destily,Om Peace ! Peace ! Peace ! Victory, Victory, Victory to Thee. a a 1q lrg
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