The popular Sanskrit hymn, Rajadhi Rajaya sloka, is a vedic hymn that used to be sung by royal priests at the start of a prince’s coronation. This famous sloka is actually a part of the mantra pushpam, which is a vedic hymn usually sung at the end of pujas when flowers are offered to the hindu deities. You’ve probably heard this mantra sung by all the pujaris after a puja or yajna.

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ॐ राजाधि राजाय प्रसह्य साहिने नमो वयं वैश्रवणाय कूर्महे।
समे कामान् काम कामाय मा कामेश्वरो वैश्रवणो दधातु।
कुबेराय वैश्रवणाय महाराजाय नमः॥

Oṃ rājādhi rājāya prasahya sāhine namo vayaṃ vaiśravaṇāya kūrmahe,
same kāmān kāma kāmāya mā kāmeśvaro vaiśravaṇo dadhātu,
kuberāya vaiśravaṇāya mahārājāya namaḥ.

Related: Namastastu Rudra Roope Sanskrit Shloka Lyrics

English Meaning: We offer our salutations unto the Lord, the king of kings, the satisfier of desires. May the Lord of desires give me, the seeker of desires, what I desire. Salutations unto the Lord, the great king, the Lord of wealth.

Read:  Namastastu Rudra Roope Sanskrit Shloka Lyrics