Sample: Having saluted Deva-Vināyaka — Who is the son of Gaurī, and Who is the abode of devotees — by head, one should continuously remember His [following] names for the fulfillment of all the desires. The first is Vakratunda, the second is Ekadanta, the third is Krsnapingāksa (Who has dark yellow eyes), and the fourth is Gajavaktra (Who has an elephant-face).[1—2]
Sample: Gone in the middle of a beautiful garden, graceful in the middle of swans, situated at the bank of a river, with steady and calm eyes, remembering the cause of speech (Svarātmikā) in heart, bowing to the glory-possessing in mind, when will I become a sage, reciting the panegyrics of Sarasvatī?
Dhyānam: May 1) Bālā — 2) Who is colored by a net of red-rays, 3) Who is at leisure, 4) Who is holding japavaṭīkā, 5) Who has abhayamudrā and book in hands, 6) Whose left hand is adorned with varamudrā, 7) Who is standing in full-blown water-lily, and 8) Who is eternal-bliss personified — reside in my heart.
Sample: Be victorious, be victorious, O Śrīrāma, Who takes away the anguish of three-worlds, Whose form is like a new (dark) cloud, Who is the storehouse of all qualities and auspicion, Whose beautiful is incomparable, Who won over the haughtiness of million-Kandarpa (cupid), ...
Sample: I adore Śrīhari, Who is the world-net protector, Who has a moving garland at throat, Who has a forehead radiant-like the autumn-moon, Who is the end for dreadful demons, Who has a blue-sky like body, Whose Māyā (illusions) are invincible, and Who is with the consort Padmā. I adore Him.
Sample: One should think of the name Visnu while taking medicine, Janārdana while taking food, Padmanābha (One Who has a lotus at navel) in bed, Prajāpati in marriage, Cakradhara (One Who holds a discus) in battles, Trivikrama (One Who crossed the universe in three-steps) in home, Nārāyaṇa at the time of leaving body, and Śrīdhara in union with beloved.[1—2]
Sample: These people are not the cause of my happiness or grief; the Devatā (of organs or body), the Ātman, the planetary positions, the deeds, and the Kāla (time) are not the cause of my happiness or grief. I come to think that the mind (manas) causes this great world to wander in cycles.
Sample: I adore Krsna, Who is bluish-black like a new cloud, Who has blue-lotus like eyes, Who is the dear-one of cowherdess, Who has the form of cowherd, Who has dark curly locks of hairs upward-tied with shining peacock-feathers, and Who is decorated by a flower-garland hung with kadamba-flowers.[1—2]
Sample: I am neither land nor water, neither fire nor wind, neither sky nor the sense-organs, or not even a collection of these; away from the proximity of multiplicity, proved by the existence of sleep, that which is left or remaining from all of the above, I am only that eternal-bliss.
Sample: Hanumān, Who is born out of ocean-like womb of Añjanī, Who causes bliss to the enemy of destitute-demon lineage, Who gives bliss to the cakora-like beautiful eyes of Kesarī, and Who absolves the afflictions and sorrows of the group of worlds, wins.
Sample: Even when an uncountable number of faults happen by people, Rāma does not bothers to bring them in His heart. [For example] Ganikā (prostitute), Gaja (Indradyumna, elephant king), Gīdha (Jatāyu), and Ajāmīla had sins which were uncountable [but Rāma forgave them].
Sample: 1) Śrīmātā — the graceful Mother; 2) Śrīmahāvānī — the great and honored Speech; 3) Śrīvidyā — the Goddess of knowledge; 4) Śrīsarasvatī — the great Goddess Sarasvatī 5) Advitīyā — One without a second; 6) Mahārūpā — One Who has a great appearance; 7) Cārurūpā — One Who has a beautiful appearance; 8) Sureśvarī — One Who is the Ruler of nature.
Sample: Salutations again and again for Śankara and Pārvatī, Who are eternally blissful, Who are full of new-youth, Whose beautiful forms are mutually close, Who is the daughter of Nagendra (Himālaya) and Who has the bull as a flag.
Sample: O the One who killed Niśumbha and Śumbha! You are pleased by the sportive-joy, You are blazing in the heart as compassion, You have a brilliant-red complexion, You are adorned by undivided cheeks, a stick and a garland of skulls, You are embellished by blazing and violent multitude of radiance, and You are complete-bliss.
Surya Stuti by Tulsidas from Vinay Patrika at Stutimandal
(Click on the above link for the full poem)
Sample: O lord Sūrya, you take pity on the miserable. Sages, humans, gods and demons - all are in (your) service. You are the lion for (destroying) the elephants of frost and darkness, and you wear a garland of rays of light. You burn the multitude of diseases in the form of vices, sorrows and sins.[1—2]
Sample: O Hari, Who is Śrīvāsudeva, Who has a lotus, the Pāñcajanya conch, the Kaumodakī mace and the fear-solution Sudarśana cakra in His hands, Who has the mark of Śrīvatsa on chest, Who destroys the root cause of all passion, and Who is the consort of the Earth! Take away my every passion.
Sample: O Mother of the world! Cause mercy on me, who has indeed lost his radiance, who has lost his memory due to the trap of preceptor, who is without knowledge, and who is saddened. Please bestow conscience, memory, knowledge, power, power to awake pupils, power to write treatise, and well established good pupils.[1—2]
Sample: O Paśupati, Lord, Who is the storehouse of mercy! Please accept the following, which are assumed in the mind — a seat made with precious-stones, a bath with ice-trickled water, a divine-apparel adorned with many kinds of jewels, a sandalwood-paste mixed with fragrant deer-musk, flowers fashioned with jātī, campaka and bilvapatra, incense, and an earthen-lamp.
Sample: That Śiva, Who having held a long-garland of the best-snake (cobra) at the neck which is purified by the flow of trickling water-drops in the forest-like twisted hair-locks, Who danced the fierce Tāndava-dance to the music of a sounding-drum — may that Śiva extend my bliss.
Sample: I extol Bhavānī, Who is reclining at the end of a lotus-seat with six support pillars, Who is shining forth excellently inside the arteries of the living beings (as the life spirit), Who is extracting and consuming the divine-nectar, Who is like an idol of the divine-nectar, and Whose true nature is eternal bliss.
Sample: I adore Visnu, Who is the Lord, Who is Satyanārāyana, Who is the first deva, Who is the cause behind the world, Who possesses Śrī (Laksmī), Who is the Lord of the world, Who is Vibhu, Who is all-pervading, Who causes auspicion, Who bestows the desired to devotees, Who bestows liberation, and Who is Mādhava.
Sample: O Mother! I bow to You, Who is the Goddess, Who bestows love as a Mother, Who is the the only nourishing-mother of this world, Who is compassionate, Who is like nectar, Who is serene, Who is saluted by sons and daughters, Who possesses love and motherly compassion, and Who is Jānakī (Sītā).
Sample: O Rādhā, Who is adored by the group of best-sages, Who absolves the grief of the three-worlds, Who has a happy lotus-like face, Who is radiant in the gardens of the Earth, Who is the dear one of the King Vrsabhānu of Vraja, and Who is together with the son of the King Nanda of Vraja (Krsna)! In this world, when will You cast a benevolent-glance with me as a receiver.
Sample: Rādhā is the queen of rasa-dance; She is enticing, Rama (Laksmī), the beloved of Krsna, and She is situated on the chest of Krsna. She is the Goddess of the life of Krsna and She brings forth (manifests) Mahavisnu. She is all-pervading Visnumāyā, and She is true, eternal and pure.[1--2]
Sample: I remember the only Mahādeva, Who is the enemy of Smara or Kāmadeva, Who is the Lord of the animals for sacrifice, Who destroys the sins, Who is the Lord beyond everyone, Who has a cloth made from elephant-skin, Who is the best, and Who has a shaking stream of Gangā in the midst of the matted-hair locks.
Sample: Śankara is the bliss-giver for everyone. O Śankara, Who has direction as His clothes, Who is Brahmakeśa, Who absolved Tripurāsura, and Who is white like camphor! You are the absolver of the three-worlds.[1—2]
Sample: I always meditate upon Āñjaneyam Hanumān, Who is immeasurable. I think about the son of Añjanā, Who is the dear one of Añjanā, Who is the Monkey God, Who is the best, Who has five-faces (in one of His forms), Who is worthy of adoration by Indra and others, Who is for the benefit of Guruguha, Who is quiet, Who always served the lotus-feet of Rāma, Who holds the Mountain with Sañjīvanī in His hand, Who has a lotus-face, and Who is always a messenger for Śrīrāma.