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Vishnu Sahasranamam( Shlokha 105-108)

976-1000 names of Lord Vishnu

The names of the Lord Vishnu starting from 976 to 1000 are mapped to the Revathy Nakshatra and it is beneficial for a person with Moon in Revathi to chant these names.

Shlokha 105:

976. Yajna-bhrit: the ruler of the Yajnas

977. Yajna-Krit: One who performs Yajna

978. Yajnee: One who is constant ‘Enjoyer’ of the perpetual Yajnas

979. Yajnee: All that is offered into the scared Fire during a Yajna

980. Yajna-saadhanah: One who fulfills all Yajnas.

981. Yajnaantakrit: One who performs the last act in all Yajnas.

982. yagna-guhyam: One who is the most profound truth to be realised in all yajnas

983. Annam: One who has himself become the food

984. Annaadah: Onewho eats the food.

Shlokha 106:

985. Aatma-yohin: One who is himself the material cause

986. Svayam-jaatah: One who is the lord of the universe

987. Vai-Khaanah: The one who dug through the earth

988. saama-gaayanah: One who signs the Saama-songs

989. Devakeenandhanah: He who was born to Devakee in his Incarnation as Krishna

990. Srashtaa: One who creates

991. Kshiteesah: One who is the lord of the earth.

992. Paapa-naasanah: meditating upon whom, all vaasanaas are liquidated.

Shlokha 107:

993. Samkha-bhrit: One who has the divine conch named Paanchajanya

994. Nandakee: The lord’s sword is called Nandaka.

995. Chakree: one who carries the discus called Sudarsana.

996. Saarnga-dhanvaa: One who aims his unerring bow called Saarnga

997. Gadda-dharah: One who holds his divine club (Mace) celebrated as Kaumodakee

998. Rathanga-paanih: One who has the wheel of the chariot as his weapon.

999. Akshobhyah: One who cannot be exasperated by anyone

1000. Sarva-praharanaayudhah: He who has all implements for all kinds of assault and fight.

Slokha 108

This slokha is normally chanted before embarking for a Long-journey.

Vanamalee gadhee sarnghee Sanghee Chakree ca nandaki |

Sreemaan NaarayaNo VishnurVasuDevOabhirakshathu ||

Sree VasuDeVoabhirakshathu Om Nama: ithi |