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Monday, June 22, 2009

Mahalakshmi Ashtakam / श्री महालक्ष्मी अष्टकम

Lakshmi Ashtaka is a popular stotra on Goddess Lakshmi. Ashta means 8, this stotra has 8 verses in it.

I have posted the stotra in both Hindi and English. Click on the image below to enlarge it.

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Audio and Video - by Soolamangalam Sisters

5 comments:

SeethaMahaLakshmi said...

can any one of You provide me with the lyrics of LAKSSMI ASHTOTTARA SHATA NAMA STOTRAM (VANDE PADMAKARAAM PRASANNA VADANAAM)SUNG BY SRI P B SRINIVAS? ESPECIALLY THE LAST TWO SHLOKAS
DANTAI......), UN ABLE TO GET THE LYRICS. PLEASE ...

Shree said...

Seetha
I have not heard the stotra sung by P.B.Sreenivas. So I don't know what lyrics you want. If you give me audio link I can help with lyrics. Also check out lakshmi ashtottara in my blog. I have posted the vande padmakaraam stotra there.

SeethaMahaLakshmi said...

ear Mr/Ms Shree,

Thank you very much for the reply.

There is definitely one audio of Sri PB Srinivas - vande padmakaraam.
I will be grateful to you if you can forward this mail to Sri PBS.
Vividha Bhrarathi used to broadcast this stotram between 8.00 - 8.10 regularly on Fridays about 20 - 25 years back.

I don't have much information than this.
Request you to try and provide me with the same if it is possible.

With best regards,

Seetha Mahalakshmi.(Seetha)

Anonymous said...

SeethaMahaLakshmi ,

I know those lines. But since I do not know Sanskrit I shall write in English. I am an ARDENT listener of that Lakshmi Ashtotharam by P.B.Srinivas. I also remember one Saradha Bhujangam of Sri.Aadi Shankara sung by P.B.Srinivas - Very very enchanting.

" Danthair Gorahitha Smithair Vikasitha
Bruvibramai Pathritha / Dhorbhyam Pallavitha Nakair Kusumitha

Leelabhi Ruthvelitha / Utthungasthanamandalena Palitha/
BakthAbhilashesthitha / KaachithKalpalatha Surasuranutha
PaayathSudhadesutha / PadhmayahaSthanaHemasathmani Manisreni Samaakarshakae
Kinchithkanchuka Sandhisandhithagathae
Sowraeth Karaeth Thaskarae Sathyo Jaagruhi Jaagruheethi Valayadhvaanai Dhruvam Gajjatha
Kaamaena Prathi Pothitha
Praharika Romaankura Paanthunaha"

I would be grateful if you could give me the proper Sanskrit Version of the above Sloka.

Regards
J.Rajalakshmi

Anonymous said...

Ms. Rajalakshmi,

Thank you very much for the response. But, even those lines in English don't seem to be correct I am afraid.
Anyways, I will try different sources once again and will post immediately when I find the same.
Thank you for the effort.

Regard,
Seetha Mahalakshmi.