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श्रीदुर्गासप्तशती: Shri Durga Saptashati (Sanskrit Only) Weight of the Book: gms Items Related to श्रीदुर्गासप्तशती: Shri Durga. The Durgasaptashati is well accepted religious text of Hindu religion. Durgasaptashati Durga Saptashati, Gita Press, SANSKRIT Books, Vedic Books Click to. सप्तशती पाठ (संस्कृत) Complete Durga Saptshati In Sanskrit | Prem Das Mahavidya Rehsayam - hindi book Kali Hindu, Kali Goddess, Pooja Rooms .

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Durga Saptashati (BOLD)- Sanskrit. (Navaanga & Dashaanga Paddhati both included). This book is in wide open orientation, with cloth cover- hard binding. Nityam Publication - Offering Shri Durga Saptashati Book In Sanskrit in Jaipur, Rajasthan. Read about company and get contact details and address. The most important and old commentaries on this text are Durga Pradipa, Books > Hindu > Sanskrit > दुर्गा सप्तशती: Durga Saptashati Sanskrit Text .

Mackenzie Brown, is both a culmination of centuries of Indian ideas about the divine feminine, as well as a foundation for the literature and spirituality focussed on the feminine transcendence in centuries that followed. Thus, it can be concluded that the text was composed before the 7th century CE. The saguna forms of her, asserts the text, are Mahakali destroyer, Tamasic , Mahalakshmi sustainer, Rajasic and Mahasaraswati creator, Sattvic , [34] which as a collective are called Tridevi. The nirguna concept Avyakrita, transcendent is also referred to as Maha-lakshmi. At the beginning of each episode a different presiding goddess is invoked, none of whom is mentioned in the text itself. The sage instructs by recounting three different epic battles between the Devi and various demonic adversaries the three tales being governed by the three Tridevi , respectively, Mahakali Chapter 1 , Mahalakshmi Chapters , and Mahasaraswati Chapters Most famous is the story of Mahishasura Mardini — Devi as "Slayer of the Buffalo Demon" — one of the most ubiquitous images in Hindu art and sculpture, and a tale known almost universally in India.

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Sri Sri Durga Saptshati (Sanskrit - Hindi)

Pandit Siv dath sastri Pages Language: Rupesh kumar thakur prasad. The Durgasaptashati is well accepted religious text of Hindu religion. Durgasaptashati is full of religious mystery with blessed story of goddess Bhagavati.

The devotees motivated by desire and desireless both recite this book with great reverence and attain their desired goal. The book contains is it the procedure of reciting it along with Kavacha, Argal, Kilaka, Vaidika and Tantrika Ratrisukta, Devyatharvashirsha, Navarna Vidhi, original text, Durgashtottaranamastotra, Sri Durgamanasa worship, all the three Rahasyas secrets , prayer of pardon Kshama Prarthna , Siddhikunzikastotra and waving light before the idol.

One should not stop in the middle of a chapter. It is good to place the book on a stand, preferably a copper plate.

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At the beginning and end of each chapter, bells may be rung. Before starting the paath, affirm the purpose for which you are performing it — make a resolve, sankalpa, and perform worship of Devi. Navaratri is an ideal period for the paath of Durga Saptashati; however, in the other months, Tuesday, Friday and Saturday are considered auspicious days of the week for beginning the reading.

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The ideal days of the lunar calendar are ashtami eighth day of the moon , navami ninth day of the moon and chaturdashi fourteenth day of the moon. The Saptashati may be read daily and completed in seven days in the following manner of division of chapters.

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Day One: first chapter. Day Two: second and third.

Day Three: fourth. Day Four: fifth, sixth, seventh and eighth. Day Five: ninth and tenth.

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Day Six: eleventh. Day Seven: twelfth and thirteenth. This is the traditional rule.