Siddha Mangala Stotram: Lyrics, Meaning, Benefits

Siddha Mangala stotram is a devotional hymn dedicated to profound guru Sripada Srivallabha, who is known as the incarnation of Lord Dattatreya in Kali yuga. The Siddha Mangala stotram lyrics explain the divine actions, qualities, and origin of Sripada Srivallabha.

Reciting this Sripada SriVallabha stotram helps the devotees to understand the spiritual importance of this stotram and the holy nature of Guru Datta.

Guru Sripada, the incarnated form of Lord Dattatreya, is born to the pious couple Appala Lakshmi Narasimha Raja Sharma and Sumathi Rani on auspicious Ganesha Chaturthi day in Pithapuram, Andhra Pradesh.

An interesting story about this Siddha Mangala stotram is that Sripada’s grandfather Sri Bapanarya had chanted this stotram in a state of bliss when he had a vision of Datta being born as his grandson.

Reciting the lyrics of this stotra understanding its meaning has immense benefits and is a great way to obtain the blessings of Lord Dattatreya.

Lord Dattatreya or Sripada - Siddha Mangala Stotram

Siddha Mangala Stotram Lyrics and Meaning

Srimadananta Sri Vibhushita Appala Lakshmi Narasimharaja
Jaya vijayeebhava digvijayeebhava srimadakhanda srivijayeebhava (1)

O the auspicious one who is universal, who is richly decorated, the son of Appala Lakshmi Narasimharaja
Victory to you, victory to you in all the ways, whose glory is endless, be victorious on everything entirely.

Srividyadhari Radha Surekha Srirakhidhara Sripada
Jaya vijayeebhava digvijayeebhava srimadakhanda srivijayeebhava (2)

O the one who wears the auspicious band ‘Rakhi’ tied by sisters Srivdyadhari, Radha and Surekha
Victory to you, victory to you in all the ways, whose glory is endless, be victorious on everything entirely

Mata Sumathi vatsalyamrutha pariposhita jaya Sripada
Jaya vijayeebhava digvijayeebhava srimadakhanda srivijayeebhava (3)

The one who is nourished with the nectar of affection by the mother Sumathi, Victory to you Sripada (the one with virtuous feet)
Victory to you, victory to you in all the ways, whose glory is endless, be victorious on everything entirely

Satya Rusheeswara duhitaananda Baapanaaryanuta Sricharana
Jaya vijayeebhava digvijayeebhava srimadakhanda srivijayeebhava (4)

O the grandson of the Bapanaarya, who is also called Satya Rusheeswara and who experienced the supreme bliss. O the one with auspicious feet
Victory to you, victory to you in all the ways, whose glory is endless, be victorious on everything entirely

Savitrakaataka chayana punyaphala Bharadwaja rushi gotra sambhava
Jaya vijayeebhava digvijayeebhava srimadakhanda srivijayeebhava (5)

The one who is the fruitful result of savitra kataka sacrifice and the one born in the Bhardwaja rushi gotra
Victory to you, victory to you in all the ways, whose glory is endless, be victorious on everything entirely

Do chowpathi devlakshmi ghana sankhya bhodita sricharana
Jaya vijayeebhava digvijayeebhava srimadakhanda srivijayeebhava (6
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O Sricharana, you are the one who explained the implication of the number in the phrase ‘Dho Chowpatty Dev Lakshmi’ (that is 2498 where Do means 2, Chow means 4, Patty dev signifying 9, Lakshmi to 8, indicating the auspiciousness of this number on his rebirth)
Victory to you, victory to you in all the ways, whose glory is endless, be victorious on everything entirely

Punyarupine Rajamamba sutha garbha punyaphala sanjatha
Jaya vijayeebhava digvijayeebhava srimadakhanda srivijayeebhava (7)

O the one who is the fruitful result born to the daughter of the virtuous women Rajamamba
Victory to you, victory to you in all the ways, whose glory is endless, be victorious on everything entirely

Sumati nandana Narahari nandana Dattadeva prabhu Sripada
Jaya vijayeebhava digvijayeebhava srimadakhanda srivijayeebhava (8)

The son of Sumathi, the son of narahari, the one who is the incarnation of Dattadeva (Lord Dattatreya), O the one with virtuous feet
Victory to you, victory to you in all the ways, whose glory is endless, be victorious on everything entirely

Peethikapura nitya vihara Madhumati datta Mangalarupa
Jaya vijayeebhava digvijayeebhava srimadakhanda srivijayeebhava (9)

O the one who resides and wanders in the Peetikapura, who is also called Madhumati datta (the state of being in a joyful bliss), O the one with auspicious form
Victory to you, victory to you in all the ways, whose glory is endless, be victorious on everything entirely

Benefits of reciting Siddha Mangala Stotram

It is believed that chanting Siddha Mangala stotram helps the devotees to build confidence and peace of mind and further to overcome their troubles, achieve their goals, and even to weaken the ego.

Guru Sripada himself had extolled that, one who recites this divine hymn can feel the touch of Siddha purusha’s and even their presence around them.

The holy nature and the inner meaning of this Siddha mangal stotra can be found in spiritual books like Sripada Srivallabha Charithamrutham.

The Siddha mangala stotram benefits are not just confined to these, but there is a popular faith that reciting this stotram 11 times a day or 108 times over a period of time will help the devotees to get their wishes fulfilled.

It is even carried out as Paraayanam or Japa to attain one’s wishes like for job, for marriage, for good health and overcoming problems, etc.

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