Ōma śvētāmbara: Śvētāvapū. Kirīṭī śvētadhutīrdaṇḍadhārōdvibāhu.
Candrāmr̥tātmā varādha śaśāka: Śrēyānsi mahāna pradātu dēva:..
Kṣīrasindhusmutpannō rōhiṇī sāhityaḥ prabhū.
Harasya muktavāsa bālacandra namōstu tē..3..
Sudhāmāyā yatkiraṇaḥ pōṣayantōṣadhivanam.
Sarvannarasahētuntaṁ namāmi sindhunandanam.4.
Rākēśama tārakēśam ca rōhiṇī priyasundaram.
Dhyāyatāṁ sarvadōśaghan namāminduṁ muhurmuḥ..5.
The "Chandra Stotra" is a Hindu devotional hymn or prayer dedicated to the Moon God, Chandra. Chandra is a significant deity in Hinduism and is considered one of the Navagrahas, or the nine celestial bodies that influence human life according to Vedic astrology.
The Chandra Stotra is recited to seek the blessings of Lord Chandra and to alleviate the adverse effects of a weak or malefic Moon in a person's astrological chart. It is believed that worshiping Chandra can help in enhancing one's mental strength, emotional well-being, and overall peace.
The content and verses of the Chandra Stotra can vary, but typically, it praises Lord Chandra and seeks his grace. Devotees may recite this stotra daily or on specific lunar days (like Mondays) to gain the favor of the Moon God.