Stotra on Devi Kamakshi

The goddess Kamakshee is the form of Tripura Sundari or Parvati or the universal mother … The main temples of Kamakshi Devi in Goa are the Kamakshi Rayeshwar temple at Shiroda.  Sanskrit: कल्पानोकह_पुष्प_जाल_विलसन्नीलालकां मातृकां कान्तां कञ्ज_दलेक्षणां कलि_मल_प्रध्वंसिनीं कालिकाम् । काञ्ची_नूपुर_हार_दाम_सुभगां काञ्ची_पुरी_नायिकां कामाक्षीं करि_कुम्भ_सन्निभ_कुचां वन्दे महेश_प्रियाम् ॥१॥ Translation: Kalpa-Anokaha_Pusspa_Jaala_Vilasan-Niilaa-[A]lakaam Maatrkaam Kaantaam Kan.ja_Dale[a-Ii]kssannaam Kali_Mala_Pradhvamsiniim Kaalikaam | Kaan.cii_Nuupura_Haara_Daama_Subhagaam Kaan.cii_Purii_Naayikaam Kaamaakssiim Kari_Kumbha_Sannibha_Kucaam Vande

Shlokas on Devi Bhuvaneshwari

Bhuvaneshwari (Sanskrit: भुवनेश्वरी) is the fourth amongst the ten Mahavidya goddesses and an aspect of Devi or Durga Sanskrit: उद्यद्दिनद्युतिमिन्दुकिरीटां तुङ्गकुचां नयनत्रययुक्ताम् । स्मेरमुखीं वरदाङ्कुशपाशां_ ऽभीतिकरां प्रभजे भुवनेशीम् ॥१॥ Udyad-Dina-Dyutim-Indu-Kiriittaam Tungga-Kucaam Nayana-Traya-Yuktaam | Smera-Mukhiim Varada-Angkusha-Paashaam_ Abhiiti-Karaam Prabhaje Bhuvaneshiim ||1|| Meaning: 1.1: (Salutations to Devi Bhuvaneswari) Who has the Splendour of the Rising Sun of the Day, and Who holds the Moon on Her Crown like an Ornament.

Stotras of Shakambari – शाकम्भरी स्तोत्र

In Hinduism, Shakambari (Sanskrit: शाकम्भरी) is an incarnation of Goddess Durga, consort to Shiva. She is the divine mother, called “The Bearer of the Greens.” Sanskrit: जनमेजय उवाच विचित्रमिदमाख्यानं हरिश्चन्द्रस्य कीर्तितम् । शताक्षीपादभक्तस्य राजर्षेधार्मिकस्य च ॥१॥ शताक्षी सा कुतो जाता देवी भगवती शिवा । तत्कारणं वद मुने सार्थकं जन्म मे कुरु ॥२॥ Translation: Janamejaya Uvaaca Vicitram-Idam-Aakhyaanam Harishcandrasya Kiirtitam | Shataakssii-Paada-Bhaktasya Raajarsse-Dhaarmikasya Ca ||1|| Shataakssii Saa Kuto Jaataa

Stotras on Devi Meenakshi – मीनाक्षी स्तोत्र

Meenakshi is an Avatar of the Goddess Parvati, her consort being Shiva Sanskrit: उद्यद्भानुसहस्रकोटिसदृशां केयूरहारोज्ज्वलां विम्बोष्ठीं स्मितदन्तपङ्क्तिरुचिरां पीताम्बरालङ्कृताम् । विष्णुब्रह्मसुरेन्द्रसेवितपदां तत्त्वस्वरूपां शिवां मीनाक्षीं प्रणतोऽस्मि सन्ततमहं कारुण्यवारांनिधिम् ॥१॥ Translation: Udyad-Bhaanu-Sahasra-Kotti-Sadrshaam Keyuura-Haaro[a-U]jjvalaam Vimbo[a-O]sstthiim Smita-Danta-Pangkti-Ruciiraam Piita-Ambara-Alangkrtaam | Vissnnu-Brahma-Surendra-Sevita-Padaam Tattva-Svaruupaam Shivaam Miinaakssiim Prannato-[A]smi Santatam-Aham Kaarunnya-Vaaraam-Nidhim ||1|| Meaning: 1.1: (Salutations to Devi Meenakshi) Who shines like Thousand Million rising Suns, and is adorned

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