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Adya Stotram - Part 02

Adya Stotram

राजस्थाने जयी नित्यं प्रसन्नाः सर्वदेवता ।
औं ह्रीं ब्रह्माणी ब्रह्मलोके च वैकुण्ठे सर्वमङ्गला ॥ ५॥
इन्द्राणी अमरावत्यामविका वरुणालये।
यमालये कालरूपा कुबेरभवने शुभा ॥ ६॥
महानन्दाग्निकोने च वायव्यां मृगवाहिनी ।
नैऋत्यां रक्तदन्ता च ऐशाण्यां शूलधारिणी ॥ ७॥
पाताले वैष्णवीरूपा सिंहले देवमोहिनी ।
सुरसा च मणीद्विपे लङ्कायां भद्रकालिका ॥ ८॥

রাজস্থানে জয়ী নিত্যং প্রসন্নাঃ সর্ব্বদেবতা |
ঔং হ্রীং ব্রহ্মাণী ব্রহ্মলোকে চ বৈকুণ্ঠে সর্ব্বমঙ্গলা || ৫||
ইন্দ্রাণী অমরাবত্যামবিকা বরুণালয়ে|
যমালয়ে কালরূপা কুবেরভবনে শুভা || ৬||
মহানন্দাগ্নিকোনে চ বায়ব্যাং মৃগবাহিনী |
নৈঋত্যাং রক্তদন্তা চ ঐশাণ্যাং শূলধারিণী || ৭||
পাতালে বৈষ্ণবীরূপা সিংহলে দেবমোহিনী |
সুরসা চ মণীদ্বিপে লঙ্কায়াং ভদ্রকালিকা || ৮||

rAjasthAne jayI nityaM prasannAH sarvadevatA |
auM hrIM brahmANI brahmaloke cha vaikuNThe sarvama~NgalA || 5||
indrANI amarAvatyAmavikA varuNAlaye|
yamAlaye kAlarUpA kuberabhavane shubhA || 6||
mahAnandAgnikone cha vAyavyAM mR^igavAhinI |
naiR^ityAM raktadantA cha aishANyAM shUladhAriNI || 7||
pAtAle vaiShNavIrUpA siMhale devamohinI |
surasA cha maNIdvipe la~NkAyAM bhadrakAlikA || 8||

One who reads this Hymn, is always the victor in the land of the King (or the Royal Palace/ abode of Royalty).
All the Gods are also pleased.
Description of Adya Ma begins:
Brahmani in Brahmaloka (the Land of Brahma).
Sarvamangala in Vaikunth, the Abode of Lord Vishnu.
ndrani in Amaravati (the Capital of Indra's Land - Swarga)
Amvika in the Land of Varuna.
Kalarupa in the Land of Yama (God of Death).
Shubha (the Auspicious One) in the Abode of Kubera (God of Wealth)
Mahananda (the Great Daughter) in the South-East.
Mrigavahini (the one who rides on a deer) in the North-West.
Rakta-danta (the one whose teeth is drenched in blood) in the South-West.
Shool-dharini (the one who holds  a trident) in the North East.
Vaishnavi in the Nether-world,
Deva Mohini in Singhal (literally the Land of Lions, or might possibly refer to present day Sri Lanka)
Surasa in Manidweep (literally Land of Gems)
Bhadra Kalika in Lanka (again Sri Lanka)


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