To the One, who destroyed the demon Kola Asura. To the One, who can destroy all sins caused by the mind, body and the soul. I worship to thee, Sri Maha Lakshmi. To the One, who is aware of everything in the creation, One who can fulfill all desires, One who is the destroyer of all evils, One who removes all miseries.

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She is the deity of wealth and prosperity in Hinduism. This hymn sings praises of the powers and glory of the Goddess. Chanting this mantra can give one material as well as spiritual happiness and make life successful. Lord Indra had uttered this mantra. The Padma Purana is also one of the 18 major Puranas, the sacred religious texts.

It derives its name from the lotus on which Lord Brahma is seated. Lord Indra recited this shloka when Goddess Lakshmi emerged from the churning of the ocean of milk.

Goddess Mahalakshmi seated on the lotus can be seen as one of the beings from the churning of the ocean. Also known as samudra manthana in Hindu mythology, sacred Hindu texts describe this episode of the churning of the ocean of milk. In this incident, sage Durvasa cursed all the gods. As a result, they became weak and powerless. Thus, the world came under the power-seeking demigods asuras. Following which, Lord Vishnu advised the gods to come to an understanding with the asuras.

Lord Vishnu also made sure that the gods would get the nectar. A number of objects and creatures emerged from the churning of the ocean.

Some of them were divine nymphs Apsaras , precious gems, a wish-fulfilling tree Kalpavriksh , a wish-fulfilling cow Kamadhenu and also a divine 7 headed-horse Ucchaishravas. Amongst these was Lakshmi Devi, the Goddess of wealth and fortune. The Mahalakshmi Ashtakam has 8 couplets. It contains a total of 16 verses. It is written in the Sanskrit language.

Salutations to her, who is adorned with the conch shankha , disc chakra and mace gadha in her hands, I worship and salute to Mahalakshmi Devi. I worship and also salute Devi Mahalakshmi, remover of all sins. Sarvagne Sarvavarde Sarvadushtabhayankari Sarvadukhahare Devi Mahalakshmi Namosthuthe Meaning: To the One who possesses all knowledge and awareness, the giver of boons, and a terror to all evil beings, the remover of all sorrows, I salute to Mahalakshmi Devi.

Siddhibuddhipradhe Devi Bhuktimuktipradhaayani Mantramoorte Sada Devi Mahalakshmi Namosthuthe Meaning: Salutations to the One who bestows knowledge, success and prosperity, to her who leads our lives towards liberation. I worship Devi Mahalakshmi, the One who is always present in every mantra, in every being. Second Half Of the Mahalakshmi Ashtakam 5. Aadhyantarahithe Devi Aadyashaktimaheshwari Yogaje Yogasambhoothe Mahalakshmi Namosthuthe Meaning: Salutations to Devi who has no beginning or end, to her who is also the Shakti energy behind every creation.

To the One born from Yoga and united with Yoga, I pay obeisance to thee. Sthoolasookshmamaharaudre Mahashaktimahodhare Mahapapahare Devi Mahalakshmi Namosthuthe Meaning: Salutations to the one whose powers are both subtle and great; is in the most terrorizing form of Rudrarani. She is also the all-powerful source of energy that can create anything.

I worship Devi Mahalakshmi who cleanses the universe of all sins. Shwethambaradhare Devi Nanalankarabhooshithe Jagathsthithe Jaganmaatrmahalakshmi Namosthuthe Meaning: Salutations to the Devi dressed in white garments and adorned with ornaments.

To her who is also the Mother of the universe, I worship thee. Additionally, there are 3 more couplets that talk about the benefits of reciting this mantra regularly. According to this, anyone who reads the Mahalakshmi Ashtakam with faith and devotion will come to possess plenty of wealth and will also be immensely successful. Reading this mantra once a day can destroy all your sins. Additionally, if read twice a day, it can bring your prosperity and riches. We will be closer to attaining a spiritual relation with Goddess Mahalakshmi, liberating us.

She will also be present in us with her auspicious qualities. Mahalakshmi Ashtakam Benefits Reciting this mantra regularly has the power to make you wealthy, prosperous and happy. Listening to the recitation of this mantra can also provide spiritual bliss and peace of mind. You can listen to the Mahalakshmi Ashtakam with lyrics here.


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