Prabhu Ek Naam Tera Sukhkaari


Here is a wonderful Bhajan by great saint poet Brahmanand Swami. I hope everyone understand the meaning of this bhajan and like it.

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Prabhu Ek Naam Tera Sukhkaari

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“Prabhu Ek Naam Tera Sukhkaari,

Prabhu Ek Naam Tera Sukhkaari,

Ye Duniya Hai Dukhkari,

Ye Duniya Hai Dukhkari,

Prabhu Ek Naam Tera Sukhkaari


Garbhvaas Me Ulte Mukh Se

Nau Das Maas Gujari;

Bahar Ayi Bada Prithvi Par

Maya Lipti Tumhari

Prabhu Ek Naam Tera Sukhkaari…………


Balpane Me Paradhin Nit

Maata God Khilayi;

Sukh Dukh Sab Hi

Vyapat Tan Me

Bach Na Sake Navchari

Prabhu Ek Naam Tera Sukhkaari…………


Jovan Me Nit Kaam Satave

Moh Liyo Man Naari;

Baal Bachcho Ke Palan Ke Hit

Par Ghar Daas Bhikhari

Prabhu Ek Naam Tera Sukhkaari…………


Vrudhpane Me Rog Lage Sab

Kaya Nirbalhaari;

Brahmanand Bhajan Bin Tumhre,

Janma Maran Bhayhaari

Prabhu Ek Naam Tera Sukhkaari…………”

– Sadguru Brahmanand Swami

Brahmanand Swami

Brahmanand Swami was born Ladudan to Gadhavi Shambhudanji Aashiya and Laluba Charan in Khan village, at the foot of Mount Abu, in sirohi district of Rajasthan in 1772.

At a young age in the royal court he sang poems in Gujarati. The Rana of sirohi, impressed with him, directed that he be taught Pingal (the science of constructing poetry) at the cost of the state. Hence Ladudan was well educated and later became a part of King of Udaipurs court. Ladudan learnt pingal and Sanskrit scriptures from Ladhaji Rajput of Dhamadka, becoming a scholar in Pingal, poetry and scriptures. Ladudan earned fame and wealth by visiting stately courts of Jaipur, Jodhpur among others, which were impressed by his poetry.

Initiation into Sadhu Fold:

Ladudan was in Bhuj where he had heard about Swaminarayan and went to meet him. Swaminarayan was addressing a gathering in Bhuj. Ladudan was attracted to him. Swaminarayan returned to Gadhada with the poet Ladudan. Ladudan lived a majestic and royal life as befitting a courtier. He was always clad in the most precious attire, adorned with jewellery fit for royalty. Swaminarayan did not like such a luxurious life style but instead of preaching directly he gradually persuaded Ladudan who became an ascetic. On the way from Gadhpur to Siddhapur, at a small village named Gerita, Swaminarayan stopped and administered Bhagwati Deeksha (initiation as sadhu) to Ladudan by giving sainthood name ‘Shrirangdasji.’ After some time, he renamed him as Brahmanand Swami. Brahmanand Swami used to sing bhajans and also created a mimic character and used to please Swaminarayan. Apart from these he had a very sharp memory and he was called shatavdhani, which means one who can answer 100 questions in the same sequence at the same time.


Brahmanand Swami was an excellent poet. His skills and brilliance in temple building is evident in temples like Muli, Vadtal and Junagadh. Besides the construction of great temples in Muli, Vadtal, Junagadh etc., Brahmanand Swami had written scriptures in Hindi and Gujarati. ‘Brahmanand Kavya’ is the collection of his works, a copy of which is preserved in the British Museum in London.

Thanks For Reading

Gaurav S Kaintura