Articles — Parvati

Shri Parvati Chalisa ( श्री पार्वती चालीसा )

May 15 2018 0 Comments Tags: Chalisa, Parvati

Goddess Parvati is the daughter of the mountain Himavan, wife of Lord Shiva, mother of the Hindu gods Ganesh and Murugan. Goddess Parvati is known by different names like Lalita, Uma, Gauri, Kali, Jagdamba, Durga, Haimavati etc. Goddess Parvati is the Hindu goddess of fertility, love and devotion as well as of divine strength and power. Chanting of Parvati chalisa brings marital happiness and peace in ones life. Shri Parvati chalisa is also chanted for getting children, happiness in family and also avoid conflicts in homes. ॥ दोहा ॥ जय गिरी तनये डग्यगे शम्भू प्रिये गुणखानीगणपति जननी पार्वती अम्बे ! शक्ति ! भवामिनी ॥ चौपाई ॥ ब्रह्मा भेद न...

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Sloka karpura gauram karunavataaram sansarsaram bhujagendraharam with meaning

Sep 14 2017 0 Comments Tags: mantra, Parvati, sanskrit, Shiva, Sloka

Karpura gauram Karunavtaaram is an ancient Sanskrit sloka related to Lord Shiva. This sloka is found in Yajurveda. It is said that Lord Vishnu praised to the new couple in the wedding of Shiva and Parvathi through this Sloka. करपूर गौरम करूणावतारमसंसार सारम भुजगेन्द्र हारम |सदा वसंतम हृदयारविंदेभवम भवानी सहितं नमामि || karpura gauram karunavataaramsansar saram bhujagendra haram |sada vasantam hrdayaravindebhavam bhavani sahitam namami || Pure White like Camphor, an Incarnation of Compassion, the Essence of worldly existence, Whose Garland is the King of Serpents,always Dwelling inside the Lotus of the Heart. I Bow to Shiva and Parvati (Shakti) together.  जिनका...

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Shri Meenakshi Pancharathnam in Sanskrit ( श्री मीनाक्षीपञ्चरत्नम् )

Jun 20 2017 1 Comment Tags: Pancharatnam, Parvati, sanskrit

Shri Meenakshi Pancharatnam (five jewels of Goddess Meenakshi) is a hymn praising the Goddess Meenakshi. Shri Meenakshi Pancharatnam was composed by Sri Adi Shankaracharya and it beautifully describes the attributes of the Goddess. . ‘Meenakshi’ is a combination of two root words; ‘mina’ meaning fish and ‘aksi’ meaning eyes. Thus it implies ‘the one who has eyes like that of a fish.’ Goddess Meenakshi glances and looks after her devotees as fishes look after and protect their younger ones with their eyes. This grace also earns Her the name ‘Angayarkanni’. Ancient stone inscriptions refer to Her as ‘Thirukamakottathu Aludya Nachiyar.’ Sundareshwara,...

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Devi Kamakshi Stotra of Sri Adi Shankaracharya in Sanskrit ( देवी कामाक्षी स्तोत्रम् )

Jun 03 2017 0 Comments Tags: Parvati, sanskrit, stotram

Devi Kamakshi Stotram is composed by Sri Adi Shankaracharya. Goddess Kamakshi is a form of Tripura Sundari or Parvati or the universal mother goddess. The word is derived from the heritage “Ka” meaning Goddess Saraswati (Goddess of Education), “Ma” meaning Goddess Lakshmi (Goddess of Wealth), “Akshi” meaning Eye. The main abode of Maa Kamakshi is the Kamakshi Amman temple at Kanchipuram. Goddess Kamakshi is considered to be the representation of Shri Vidya - Shri Lalita Maha Tripura sundari - she reigns supreme in Kanchi. The Goddess holds a sugarcane bow on her left upper arm representing the mind of a human being and Lotus, Parrot in her upper right arm-...

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Shri Sankata Devi Strotam in Sanskrit - ( श्री सङ्कटास्तोत्रम् )

May 17 2017 0 Comments Tags: Durga, Parvati, sanskrit, stotram

Sankata Devi is known in Kashi (Varanasi) as one of the most powerful temples in the entire city. Sankata Ji as she is called, is located high above the Sankata Ghat in the labyrinthine lanes of the city. Sankata Devi means "Goddess of Dangers", for she is the one who vanquishes dangers for her devotees. Sankata Devi was originally a Matrika, one of the mothers. In Puranic Stories she is called Vikat Matrika, the "Fierce Mother". Sankata Devi is a self-manifested goddess and has ten hands. Maa Sankata is also known as " Sankat Nashini " or the one who cure...

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Shri Ardhanarishwara Stotram with meaning ( अर्धनारीश्वर स्तोत्रम )

Apr 03 2017 1 Comment Tags: Ardhanarishwara, Parvati, Shiva, stotram

Shri Ardhanarishwara Stotram was composed by Sri Adi Shankara bhagavatpada. Creator and Creation are One ~ Ardhanarishwara, composite of Shiva and Shakti together in one body. This form reminds us that Shiva is beyond gender, yet encompasses both genders. Shiva represents the unmanifest and Shakti the manifest; Shiva the formless and Shakti the formed; Shiva consciousness and Shakti energy, not only in the cosmos as a whole but in each and every individual. Ardhanarishwara form also illustrates how the female principle of God, Shakti, is inseparable from the male principle of God, Shiva. Ardhanarishwara in iconography is depicted as half-male and half-female,...

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Story of Tulsi

Jul 03 2016 0 Comments Tags: mythology, Parvati, Plants, stories, Tulsi, Vishnu

The story of Tulsi, the medicinal plant, begins with Indra, the Lord of the Heavens.   Lord Indra, was the king of the Devas. But he realized that people no longer looked up to him at the main God. This worried him a lot. He knew that people now looked up at Lord Brahma, Lord Vishnu and Lord Shiva to guide them. Indra knew that he could not hope to confront Lord Brahma and Lord Vishnu. They were after all the Gods of Creation and of Preservation. But Indra could not understand, why people liked Lord Shiva. He was after...

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