Let’s worship Sumana Saman God

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සිංහල මුල් පිටපතේ අනුවාදනය මෙතනින් සමන් ගිර සිට දනන් රකිනා සමන් දෙවියන් වඳිමු බැතිනා

Sumana Saman, the chief incumbent of the most sacred headquarters not only for Buddhists but also for other religions, should first say that God is the first Sri Lankan description of God.

Sumana Saman, a Sowan, heard Bharana at the funeral procession that went to Mahiyangana to control the yoke and asked for a sacred place from Buddha Radhun. Then the Buddha gave him some hair relics. Mahiyangana carried out a dagaba and buried the relics. This was the first dagaba built in Sri Lanka and all pilgrims became sacred places of worship. Buddha sent Saman Gira’s stamp stamp on the invitation of Saman Goda for the third time on his way to the island. The Most Sacred Sri Maha Vihare This Hindu devotee is referred to as God’s footsteps and Christian Muslims are regarded as Adam’s feet. It seems that there is nowhere in the world that is absolutely sacred to worship people of all the major religions.

Sumana Saman God has several names. Saman Boxer, Yakkasumana and the great Sumana are referred to as God. Maithri Karuna: There are several ideologies of the God of Saman who are vastly impressed by Guruphena. During the time of the Buddha, he was a powerful, righteous pagan king in the mountain range of the Sadanala mountain range. It is another opinion that the Bodhisattva named Samantabhadra was Saman Suwindu. There is also the opinion that Prince Rama’s brother Lasagana Lak Sumana or later Saman became the God. Professor Senarath Paranavithana says there is a very different opinion about these. That is the idea of ​​the Vedic god Yamakh Sumana ie the Aatanathiya Sutta.

Let us examine the nature of God in the image. Saman God’s vehicle is white in a white color with Upul Malak and with a bow with a gilded dress and wearing a crown of a crown. Saman is considered to be one of the great architects of the time and is a very glorious and powerful man. Revelations that are said in Ranthan’s Revelation show that these gods, who help people’s suffering, have the power to control even the yoke.

About 1500 years later, the Mahavamsa of Saman and the Sri Pedja has not been mentioned since Gautama Buddha visited Mahiyangana, Nagadeepa and Kelaniya. That is surprising. During the eleventh century, during the reign of King Vijayabahu I, he made a pilgrimage to the sacred foot of Gile Diyalya and facilitated pilgrims. The ancient Saman Devalaya in Siripamaluwe was built by King Parakkramabahu. In folk stories, it appears that during the reign of the king of Bathiya or during the reign of King Nissankamalla, the sacred footprint was begun to search for pilgrims.

The Ratnapura Saman Devalaya was built for the god of Saman in the name of the second Parakrama honor. His Ari Hataka Yapa was the first to work for this purpose. According to the chapters, Nissankamalla, Rajasinghe II, Wimaladharmasuriya, Sri Weera Parakrama Narendrasinghe, Sri Wija Rajasinghe and Keerthi Sri Rajasinghe had worshiped the headquarters and worshiped Saman God, and they had given their blessings to the maintenance of these places.

Tourist attractions such as Saman God and the Sri Pedigree are also recorded from the tourist monasteries of China Buddhist Fa-Hien and Hye-qi’yan. His records show that the country of Ibn Battuta visited Arabia from Sri Lanka to Samanigara. According to Marco Polo’s and Portuguese and English historians, the sacrifices offered to this place by Saman had continued to exist at that place.

There is a description of the belief in God in the ancient books such as volcano, last prayer, Saman, etc.. By the time of the Kotte kingdom, Saman had been accepted by God as a god of four gods and was revered by the devotees. For the present, they regularly offer sacrifices in the Sabaragamuwa Province for the Lord Saman. The annual Perahera of the Maha Saman devala is being held extravagantly. When gem mining is being offered to Sabaragamuwe, they commenced the rituals for the Lord’s purposes and started the work. It should be noted that people believe that gemstones are gaining momentum when Saman God blesses.

Every year, unduwap ​​full moon day begins with the Sri Pada season after the arrival of the Sri Pada pilgrimage place on the previous day. The scenic majesty of the Ratnapura Saman Devalaya commences itself for the god Saman God during the Esala or later. This is a prominent place among the Gautivists’ Day processions. Mahiyangana, Boltumbe, Ellakkala and Deraniyagala Saman Devala are also places where worships God. It is well known that many temples and other places of worship in our country offer worship of statues.

In view of the worship of the Sri Pada pilgrimage, it is evident that the great relationship of Saman God is. Saman God, and Sripada are the following poems in Salalihini Sandesa.

Surrey Saman with Swimsuit

Garlic and Peppery Parasol flowers

Muni sippa thieves

The seeds appear in the Samanala stone East

Saman God is a very kind, saint-gattaya god, and he is helping people in various ways. O my God, the bonding of the offering. Easy to do. Would It is not necessary to have large and complex sacrifices like gods. It is enough to take the precepts to the mercy of the Lord Buddha and hold the Buddha Sacred Bodhi Pooja and hand it over to the god Saman. Emergency sickness, tragedy, loss of life, protection from pilgrimage, stealing, homeland security, gem mining, starting a new car, etc., etc., for many reasons. The pilgrims surrender. Certainly the devotees believe that the blessing of this kind, and the faithful believe that their work will be accomplished for good purposes. If this miraculous God finds the reward of peace, at least the revelation should be respected and revered. I will conclude, finally, that the devotees will surely receive protection.

saman gira siṭa danan rakinā
saman deviyan van̆dimu bætinā

bauddhayingē pamaṇak nova anya āgamika bætimatungēda pūjōpahāra labana ati pūjanīya śrīpādasthānayaṭa adhipati sumana saman deviyan piḷiban̆da prathamayenma san̆dahan vannē budurajāṇan vahansēgē prathama laṁkāgamana vistarayē bava kiva yutuya.

yakun damanaya kirīma san̆dahā mahiyaṁganayaṭa væḍavadāḷa ema gamanēdī baṇa asā sōvān vū sumana saman deviyō budu radun gen pūjā vastuvak illūha. eviṭa budurajāṇan vahansē kēśa dhātu svalpayak ohuṭa dunsēka. mahiyaṁganēma dāgæbak sādā dhātunvahansēlā nidan kara puda pūjā kaḷaha. laṁkāvē idi vuṇa prathama caitya meya vū atara siyalu bætimatun vandanā māna karana ati pūjanīya sthānayak bavaṭa patviya. budupiyāṇan tunvæni varaṭa lakdiva væḍi gamanēdī saman devin̆dugē ārādhanayen saman girē siripā saṭahana tæbū sēka. parama pūjanīya mema siripā saṭahana hindu bætimatun śiva deviyangē pā saṭahan lesada kristiyāni muslim bætimatun ādamgē pādaya lesada salakā vandanāmāna karati. siyalu pradhāna āgamvalaṭa ayat janayā væn̆dum pidum karana mevæni parama pūjanīya tænak lova venat kisi tænaka næti bava penē.

sumana saman deviyanṭa nam kīpayak æta. saman boksæl, yakkhasumana, mahā sumana yanādī namvalin mē deviyan han̆dunvanu læbē. maitrī karuṇā guṇōpēna mahat tedabala anuhas æti saman deviyan piḷiban̆da matavāda kīpayak tibē. budurajāṇan vahansē laṁkāvaṭa væḍa vadāḷa samayē samanaḷa kan̆du pradēśayē siṭi balasampanna dæhæmi prādēśīya raja kenek bava ekmatayaki. samantabhadra nam bōdhisatvayan vahansē saman surin̆du vu bavaṭa tavat matayaki. rāma kumarugē sohoyuru vu lakṣamaṇa lak sumana hevat pasuva saman devi bavaṭa pat vū bavaṭada matayak tibē. mahācāryaya senarat paraṇavitāna mahatā kiyannē mēvāṭa hātpasinma venas matayaki. vaidika deviyek vū yama hevat āṭānāṭiya sutrayē ena yakkha sumana yanu saman devin̆duya yanu ema adahasayi.

mī ḷan̆gaṭa saman deviyangē svabhāvaya rūpakāya gæna vimasā balamu. dhavala varṇa śrī dēhayakin yut atakin upul malak da atakin dunnak da ætiva svarṇābharaṇayen særasī hisamata miṇi oṭunnak darā siṭina saman deviyangē vāhanaya sudu æteki. bōsat utumeku lesa salakana saman devin̆du mahā tējōbala parākramayen yut itā kāruṇika śānta kenek vē. minisungē dukaṭa pihiṭa vana mē devin̆duṭa yakun pavā damanaya kirīmē bala śaktiyak æti bava śānti karmavaladī kiyavena kannalav kavivalin penē.

gautama budurajāṇan vahansē mahiyaṁganaya, nāgadīpaya, kælaṇiya yana sthānavalaṭa væḍama kaḷa kālayē siṭa vasara 1500 k pamaṇa gata vanaturu saman deviyan hā śrī pādasthānaya piḷiban̆da mahā vaṁśayē san̆dahan vī nomæta. eya pudumayaṭa karuṇaki. paḷamu væni vijayabāhu raja samayē ekoḷos væni śata varṣayē etumā visin gilīmalaya yana gama śrī pādasthānayaṭa pūjā kara vandanākaruvanṭada pahasukam sælæs vū bava san̆dahan vē. siripāmaḷuvē pæraṇi saman dēvālaya mahā parākramabāhu rajatumā visin karavana ladī. bhātiya rajugē kālayēdī hō niśśaṁkamalla rajugē kālayē siripā saṭahana soyā gena puda pūjā kirīmaṭa vandanāvē yæmaṭa paṭangat bava jana pravāda kathā puvat valin penē.

saman devin̆du venuven ratnapura maha saman dēvālaya karavana laddē devæni pærakumbā nirin̆du visini. etumāgē āryaH kāma dēva nam æmætivarayā mē kārya san̆dahā mulva kriyā kaḷēya. niśśaṁkamalla, vana rājasiṁha 2 væni vimaladharmasuriya, śrī vīra parākrama narēndrasiṁha, śrī vijaya rājasiṁha, kīrti śrī rājasiṁha yana rajavarun śrīpādasthānaya væn̆da pudā gena saman deviyangen āśirvāda labāgat bavat ema pinbima naḍattuva san̆dahā gamvara pūjā kaḷa bavat vistara vaṁśakatāvala san̆dahan vē.

dēśa saṁcāraka cīna jātika pāhiyan, hyaqṁsiyān yana bhikṣun vahansēlā denamagē dēśāṭana vārtāvala saman devi saha śrī pādasthānaya piḷiban̆da kadima vistara san̆dahan vē. arābiyen pæmiṇi iban batutā nam dēśa saṁcārakayā laṁkāvaṭa pæmiṇa samangira karā giya bava ohugē vārtāvala dækvē. mārkō pōlōgē hā pṛtugīsi, iṁgrīsi itihāsagnayingē vārtā anuvada balana viṭa mē sthānayē puda pūjā, saman deviyanṭa pūjā nokaḍavā pævati bava kiva hækiya.

tunsaraṇaya, himagata varṇanāva, saman hǣlla ādī pæraṇi potvala saman deviyan ædahīma piḷiban̆da vistara tibē. kōṭṭē rājadhāni samaya vana viṭa saman deviyan lakdiva satara varam devivarun gen keneku lesa piḷigena tibuṇa atara bætimatungē mahat bhakti praṇāmayaṭa pātra vu bavada penē. mekala saman deviyan udesā bahula vaśayen sabaragamu paḷātē puda pūjā pavatvati. ratnapura maha saman dēvālayē vārṣika perahæra atyālaṁkārayen pavatvanu læbē. sabaragamuvaṭa viśēṣa dāyādayak van mæṇik gærīmēdī saman devin̆du udesā bārahāra vī puda pūjā pavatvā ema kaṭayutu ārambha karati. saman deviyangē bælma āśirvādaya læbu viṭa mæṇik læbena bavaṭa dæḍi viśvāsayak mahajanayā atara mulbæsa gena tibena bavada mehilā viśēṣayen san̆dahan kaḷa yutuya.

sǣma vasarakama un̆duvap pun pohō dina śrī pāda vandanā samaya ārambha vannē īṭa kalin dina samat devruva siripā maḷuvaṭa væḍama kara vu pasuvaya. æsaḷa samayē hō īṭa man̆dak pasuva hō saman deviyan udesā ratnapura maha saman dēvālayē darśanīya maha perahæra ārambha vē. lakdiva pavatvana devpuda perahæra atara meya pradhāna tænak ganī. mahiyaṁganaya, boltum̆bē, ellakkala, dæraṇiyagala saman dēvāla da saman deviyanṭa puda perahæra karana sthāna vē. apa raṭē bohō vihārasthānavala hā venat dēvāla bhūmivalada saman dēva pratimā tabā puda pūjā karana bavada prakaṭa karuṇaki.

śrīpāda vandanāva piḷiban̆da æti vatāvat puda pujā anuva balana viṭa eyaṭa saman deviyangē ati viśēṣa sambandhatāvaya mænavin penē. sælaḷihiṇi sandēśayē ena pahata san̆dahan kaviyen saman deviyan, hā śrīpādaya piḷiban̆da kiyavē.

surarada saman samagin suran̆gana evara

pæhænada madārā parasatu mal patara

karapuda van̆dina ræn̆di muni siripā tam̆bara

sakisan̆da penē samanala gala nægenahira

saman deviyan itā karuṇāvanta śānta dānta devi kenek vana heyin manuṣyayingē dukaṭa vividhākārayen pihiṭa vana bava kiva yutuya. mema devin̆dunṭa bārahāravīma, pan̆ḍuru bæn̆dīma. pahasu karuṇaki. ætæm devivarunṭa men saṁkīrṇa vut puḷul vūt mahā pūjā avaśya novē. pansil gena teruvan væn̆da buddha pūjā bōdhi pūjā pavatvā ema pin saman deviyanṭa anumōdan karavā bārayak vī pan̆ḍurak gæṭa gæsīma pramāṇavat veyi. hadisi rōga pīḍā, gamanakadī vipatak vu viṭa, næti vū kenek soyā genvā gænīma, vandanā gamanakadī ārakṣā vīma, sora saturu biya, nivāsa iḍakaḍam ārakṣā kara gænīma, mæṇik gærīma, alut vāhanayak prathamayen dhāvana kaṭayutu æram̆bīma, ādī mekī nokī bohō karuṇu san̆dahā saman devin̆dugē pihiṭa patā bætimathu bārahāra veti. nisækayenma mema kāruṇika deviyangē pihiṭa āśirvādaya læbī tama kaṭayutu yahapat paramārtha iṭu kara dena bava bætimathu viśvāsa karati. mema mahānubhāvasampanna deviyangē pihiṭa seta śāntiya læbīmaṭa nam yaṭat piriseyin pansilvat rakit bhaktimatva itā pirisiduva gauravayen puda piḷisvet kaḷa yutuya. esē karana bætimatunṭa nisækayenma pihiṭa ārakṣāva læbena bava avasāna vaśayen san̆dahan karami.

This is a Google word to word translation of Divaina