Shri Durga Stutih English

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Neeb Karori Baba Maharajji

I bow to you O self-effulgent Devi, O Supreme Goddess! I bow to Sivaa, the bestower of auspiciousness; to Prakriti, the womb of all things and beings; to Bhadra, the embodiment of all that is good and benign. Humbly and continuously I bow to you.

I bow to Rudraa and give continuous reverence to Nitya, Gauri, and Dhatri. A thousand pranams to the moon-faced one, radiant with the moonlight, the goddess who is the basis of all happiness.

I bow to Tarini, to Kalyani, the bestower of auspiciousness. Repeated obeisance to Naikrurtti, who appears as inauspiciousness; to Lakshmi; to Sharvani, the power of the all-annihilating Shiva, the Blessed Mother of the World.

 

I bow to the Goddess Durga; to Durgapara, who takes one across the turbulent ocean of worldliness; to Sara, the essence of all things; to Sarvakarini, the cause of all every living thing and every being; And to Khyati, Krishna, and Dhoomra Devi.

I bow to the goddess who is at once extremely gentle and extremely terrible. To you I offer humble obeisances again and again. Prostration's to you on home the entire universe is founded, to you who is volition, and by whose will the entire universe of things and beings has come into being.

I bow again and again in reverence to the goal this goddess who lives in every being end is known by the name of Vishnu Maya.

I bow again and again in reverence to the goddess who is present in all beings as consciousness.

I bow again and again in reverence to the goddess who is present in all beings as wisdom.

I bow again and again in reverence to the goddess who is present in all beings as sleep.

I bow again and again in reverence to the goddess who is present in all beings as hunger.

I bow again and again in reverence to the goddess who is present in all beings as the shadow [of the real being].

I bow again and again in reverence to the goddess who is present in all beings as energy.

I bow again and again in reverence to the goddess who is present in all beings as desire.

I bow again and again in reverence to the goddess who is present in all beings as forgiveness.

I bow again and again in reverence to the goddess who is present in all beings as their social position.

I bow again and again in reverence to the goddess who is present in all beings as modesty.

I bow again and again in reverence to the goddess who is present in all beings as peace.

I bow again and again in reverence to the goddess who is present in all beings as faith.

I bow again and again in reverence to the goddess who is present in all beings as a radiance.

I bow again and again in reverence to the goddess who is present in all beings as abundance.

I bow again and again in reverence to the goddess who is present in all beings as the fluctuations of the mind.

I bow again and again in reverence to the goddess who is present in all beings as memory.

I bow again and again in reverence to the goddess who was present in all beings as compassion.

I bow again and again in reverence to the goddess who is present in all beings as happiness.

I bow again and again in reverence to the goddess who is present in all beings as mother.

I bow again and again in reverence to the goddess who is present in all beings as erroneous judgment.

I bow again and again in reverence to the goddess who is the ruler of all the senses of all beings and is ever present in them.

I bow again and again in reverence to the goddess who pervades the entire universe in the form of consciousness and abides in the supreme state of pure consciousness.

 

Durga Stutih English - Earlier Version (1996)

Our continuous and devoted obeisance to Shree Devi, Mahadevi. We bow to Prakriti (nature) and Bhadra also. We bow to the Mother of the World in a traditional and destined way

May Raudra accept our obeisance. Our continuous reverence to Nitya, Gauri and Dhatri. A thousand obeisance to the moon-faced, radiant with the moon-light the goddess who is the basis of all happiness

We obeisance to Tarini, Kalyani, the Goddess of all riches and abilities. Our repeated obeisance to Naikrurtti (the goddess of the riches for the demons), Lakshmi (the goddess of the riches for the kings), Sharvani (Lord Shiv's Espouse), the Blessed Mother of the World

Our obeisance to the Goddess Durga who redeems from the gravest affliction, to Sara, Sarvakarini, Khyati, Krishna and Doomra Devi

We obeisance the uniquely beautiful and the most terrible goddess simultaneously. Our continuous obeisance to the one having dreadful form. Our continuous reverence to the chosen goddess of the world

She who lives in every being and known by the name of Vishnu Maya may receive our repeated and continuous reverence

Our repeated and continuous obeisance to the Goddess who is present in all beings as the consciousness

Our repeated and continuous obeisance to the Goddess who is present in all beings as the wisdom

Our repeated and continuous obeisance to the Goddess who is present in all beings as sleep

Our repeated and continuous obeisance to the Goddess who is present in all beings as hunger

Our repeated and continuous obeisance to the Goddess who is present in all beings as the shadow (of the Real Being)

Our repeated and continuous obeisance to the Goddess who is present in all beings as energy

Our repeated and continuous obeisance to the Goddess who is present in all beings as thirst

Our repeated and continuous obeisance to the Goddess who is present in all beings as forgiveness

Our repeated and continuous obeisance to the Goddess who is present in all beings as their jati (social classification)

Our repeated and continuous obeisance to the Goddess who is present in all beings as modesty

Our repeated and continuous obeisance to the Goddess who is present in all beings as (longing for) peace

Our repeated and continuous obeisance to the Goddess who is present in all beings as faith (in the Almighty)

Our repeated and continuous obeisance to the Goddess who is present in all beings as the radiance