Today many astrologers, religious gurus and many other sources are suggested to recite Gajendra Moksha to be free from debt. It is believed that reciting it helps to get rid of Pittar dosha. Those who are troubled by debt and are very difficult to repay for them, they also get a solution from the problem of Gajendra Moksha. We should read this stotra when it is surrounded by any kind of difficulty. One can soon find a way out of this lesson. This lesson can be started on any date of Shukla Paksha. While reciting, you should face towards east. This recited is very fruitful before sunrise.
"Gajendra Moksha Katha"It is a matter of very ancient times. A Pandyavanshi king ruled in the Dravidian country. His name was Indradyumna. He used to spend more time in worshiping God. Although there was peace and happiness everywhere in his kingdom. The subjects were satisfied in every way, however, King Indradyumna could hardly give his time in the Rajkarya. He used to say that Lord Vishnu arranges my kingdom. Therefore, they used to live in the worship of their favorite God.
In King Indradyumna's mind, the desire for adoration-worship continued to grow. For this reason, they abandoned the kingdom and started living on the Malay Mountains. His dress was like asceticism. Head hair grew as jata . He was constantly engrossed in the worship of the Supreme God. His mind and soul would also remain sweet in the feet of Shri Hari. Apart from this, they do not like anything in the world. He had no memory of any creature or substance like state, treasure, subjects and wife.
Maharishi Agatsya left this curse to the Bhagavadbhakta Indradyumna. King Indradyumna, considering it to be the auspicious law of Shri Bhagwan, placed his head at the feet of the Lord.
In Kshirabdhi, there was a mountain named Triskut. That mountain was very beautiful and excellent. The divine trees were adorned around him. Those trees were always fulfilled with fruits and flowers. Very powerful Gajendra lived with elephants in the deep forest of the mountainous.
Hearing the praise of Gajendra, Lord Vishnu appeared as the Supreme God. Seeing Gajendra suffering, Lord Vishnu ascended Garuda and reached the banks of the lake very quickly. Disappointed with life and groping with pain, Gajendra, holding a chakra in his hand, saw the proud Lord Vishnu coming towards him sharply, he took a beautiful lotus flower in his trunk and lifted it up and said with great distress - “Narayana! Jagadguro! God ! Greetings to you."
Brahma, Gods etc. praised Sri Hari and looked at the heavenly flowering on him. Siddha and Rishi-Maharishi began to sing praises to Lord Vishnu. Graha became divine. He bowed with his head at the feet of Vishnu and began to praise Lord Vishnu's virtues.