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Stanzas of the Victorious Auspices

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Jayamangala Gatha

With the thousand arms and created weapons that ( Elephant) Girimekhala with Mara, risen with fierceness together with his army, Through righteous means, such as generosity, the Lord of Sages won. Through that power may there be victorious auspices to you.

More than Mara contending all night through, Indeed, the fierce and obdurate Yakkha Alavaka, Through forbearance, that well trained method, the Lord Sages won. Through that power may there be victorious auspices to you.

Nalagiri the great elephant fully drunk, Like a circle of jungle-fire, that one, terrible like a thunderbolt, Through means of sprinkling the water of loving kindness. Through that power may there be victorious auspices to you.

Holding up sword with lifted hand that very fierce, That Angulimala running the distance of three leagues, Through psychic power with conditioned mind. Through that power may there be victorious auspices to you.

Forming her belly with firewood like unto a pregnant woman, The corrupt words of Cinca in the midst of people, Through quiet means with calmness. Through that power may there be victorious auspices to you.

Giving up truth. that Saccaka, hankering after arguments as though like a banner. Fixing his mind on arguments fully blinded, Shining with the lamp of wisdom. Through that power may there be victorious auspices to you.

The Naga Nandopananda very wise and of great psychic power, Causing to be tamed by His son the elder who is like a naga, Through the method of psychic power and advice. Through that power may there be victorious auspices to you.

With the hand much bitten by the naga namely wrong views, The brahma named Baka of clear sheen and psychic power, Through the method of the medicine of knowledge. Through that power may there be victorious auspices to you.

And the eight Buddha stanzas of victorious auspices, He who recites daily and remembers without sloth, Giving up various and dangers, That wise man would attain the happiness of release.

Whatever  bad portent and what is inauspicious, Whatever unpleasant noise of a bird, Whatever evil planet and a bad dream unpleasant, Let them all come to naught through the power of the Buddha.

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