Siddhachal Na Vasi Lyrics in Hindi & English – Full Lyrics

Siddhachal Na Vasi Lyrics

Siddhachal Na Vasi Lyrics in Hindi and English – Full Lyrics and Meaning

Discover the complete lyrics of “Siddhachal Na Vasi” in both Hindi and English. Learn the meaning and significance of this beautiful Jain prayer.

Siddhachal Na Vasi Lyrics in Hindi

सिद्धाचल ना वासी, विमलाचल ना वासी,
जिनजी प्यारा, आदिनाथ ने वन्दन अमारा
प्रभुजिनु मुखडु मलके,
नैनोमाथी वर्से अमीरस धारा,
आदिनाथ ने वन्दन अमारा…
प्रभुजिनो मुखडु चे मानको मिलाकर,
दिल में भक्ति की ज्योत जलाकर,
भजले प्रभुने भावे,
दुर्गति कदी ना आवे, जिनजी प्यारा,
आदिनाथ ने वन्दन अमारा… (1)
अमे तो मयनगरना विलासी,
तमे छो मुक्ति पुरी ना वासी,
कर्म बन्धन कपो,
मोक्ष सुख आपो, जिनजी प्यारा,
आदिनाथ ने वन्दन अमारा… (2)
भमिने लाख चौरासी हु आवयो,
पुण्य दर्शन तुम्हारा हु पायो,
धन्य दिवस मारो, भावना फेरा तालो,
जिनजी प्यारा, आदिनाथ ने वन्दन अमारा… (3)
अर्जी उरमा धर्जो अमने आशा छे
प्रभुजी तमारी, कहे हर्ष हवे,
सांचा स्वामी तमे, जिनाजी प्यारा
आदिनाथ ने वन्दन हमारा

Siddhachal Na Vasi Lyrics in English

Siddhachal na vasi, Vimlachal na vasi,
Jinji pyara, Adinath ne vandan amara
Prabhujinu mukhdu malke,
Nainomathi varse Amiras Dhara,
Adinath ne vandan amara…
Prabhujino mukhdu che manko milakar,
Dil me bhakti ki jyot jalakar,
Bhajle Prabhune bhave,
Durgati kadi na aave, Jinji pyara,
Adinath ne vandan amara… (1)
Ame toh mayanagarna vilasi,
Tame cho muktipuri na vasi,
Karma bandhan kapo,
moksh sukh aapo, Jinji pyara,
Adinath ne vandan amara… (2)
Bhamine lakh chaurasi hu aavyo,
Punya darshan tumhara hu paayo,
Dhanya divas maro, bhavna fera talo,
Jinji pyara, Adinath ne vandan amara… (3)
Arji urma dharjo Amne aasha che
Prabhuji tamari, Kahe harsh have,
sancha Swami tame, jinaji pyara
Aadinath ne vandan hamara

Meaning and Significance of Siddhachal Na Vasi

The “Siddhachal Na Vasi” prayer is a profound Jain hymn dedicated to Adinath, the first Tirthankara. Here’s a line-by-line explanation of its meaning:

  1. Siddhachal na vasi, Vimlachal na vasi, Jinji pyara, Adinath ne vandan amara
    • This line pays homage to Adinath, acknowledging his divine presence in Siddhachal and Vimlachal, and expresses heartfelt reverence.
  2. Prabhujinu mukhdu malke, Nainomathi varse Amiras Dhara, Adinath ne vandan amara…
    • The sight of Adinath’s face brings immense joy, and tears of devotion flow from the eyes, likened to a stream of nectar.
  3. Prabhujino mukhdu che manko milakar, Dil me bhakti ki jyot jalakar, Bhajle Prabhune bhave, Durgati kadi na aave, Jinji pyara, Adinath ne vandan amara…
    • Seeing Adinath’s face and igniting the lamp of devotion in the heart, one should worship the Lord with love, avoiding misfortune.
  4. Ame toh mayanagarna vilasi, Tame cho muktipuri na vasi, Karma bandhan kapo, moksh sukh aapo, Jinji pyara, Adinath ne vandan amara…
    • This verse contrasts worldly pleasures with spiritual liberation, asking Adinath to cut the bonds of karma and grant the bliss of moksha.
  5. Bhamine lakh chaurasi hu aavyo, Punya darshan tumhara hu paayo, Dhanya divas maro, bhavna fera talo, Jinji pyara, Adinath ne vandan amara…
    • The soul, wandering through countless lives, finds great fortune in seeing Adinath, marking a blessed day and ending the cycle of rebirth.
  6. Arji urma dharjo Amne aasha che Prabhuji tamari, Kahe harsh have, sancha Swami tame, jinaji pyara Adinath ne vandan hamara
    • A plea to Adinath, expressing hope and devotion, affirming him as the true Lord, and offering reverence.

FAQs about Siddhachal Na Vasi

What is the meaning of Siddhachal Na Vasi?

  • Siddhachal Na Vasi means “Resident of Siddhachal,” referring to Adinath’s divine abode.

When is Siddhachal Na Vasi recited?

  • It is commonly recited during Jain prayer sessions, festivals, and personal devotional practices.

What is the significance of Adinath in this prayer?

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