Lord Shiva is praised by the mantra. Lord Shiva is considered a crematorium resident and his form is frightening and aghori. But this praise tells that their nature is very divine. Shiva is believed to be the supreme ruler of creation, he is the god of death, he is also called Pashupatinath, Pashupati means that whatever the creatures of the world (including humans) are the rulers of them all. This praise is sung for this reason that whoever is the ruler of this entire world, dwells in our hearts. Shiva is a cremation dweller, who relieves the fear of death. Shiva dwells in our mind, fear of death can be overcome.
Karpūragauraṁ karuṇāvatāraṁ sansārsāram bhujagendrahāram |
Sadāvasantaṁ hṛdayāravinde bhavaṁ bhavānīsahitaṁ namāmi ||
This mantra is praised by Shiva. Its meaning is as follows:
karpūragauraṁ - Lord Shiva who is pure as camphor.
karuṇāvatāraṁ - The person whose personality is the embodiment of compassion and who is the incarnation of compassion.
sansārsāram - that which is the essence of the whole creation.
bhujagendrahāram - The one with the serpent king as his garland.
sadāvasantaṁ hṛdayāravinde - Hridaya aravinde means 'in heart' (pure in form of lotus). Lotus, however, is born in dirty water, even the mud around it has no effect on it. In the same way Lord Shiva always (always) lives (spring) in the heart of creatures, so that no one is affected by world affairs.
bhavaṁ - To the God
bhavānīsahitaṁ namāmi - in the form of Goddess Bhavani, I bow Parvati and Shiva.
The full meaning of the mantra: The one who is pure like camphor, whose personality is the embodiment of compassion. Those who are the essence of the entire creation and the one with the serpent king as his garland., reside in the heart, including Lord, Shiva and Mata Bhavani, whose type is Kamal in the mud and I bow you.