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The Devi Mahatmyam Glory of the Goddess is a hindu religious text describing the Goddess as the supreme power and creator of the universe. It is part of the Markandeya Purana, and estimated to have been composed in Sanskrit between CE. The text contains verses arranged into 13 chapters.
The first chapter describes the glory of Maha Kali, the second, third and the fourth chapters glorify Maha Lakshmi, and the last nine chapters from the fifth to the thirteenth glorify Maha Saraswati. Atlast, Kshama Prarthana is the concluding prayer to Devi seeking pardon for any errors that may have been committed during the paath reading process or otherwise.
The reading procedure of Devi Saptashati is given here in detail version. Many devotees are confused on how to recite this powerful text — on which day, which adhyaya chapter needs to be chanted. Navangam is a method for which nine prayers are recited prior of starting reading the book. As per the prescribed methods in ancient scriptures, Devi Mahatma should be read in one sitting.
Due to any reason, parayana is stopped in between a chapter; the whole chapter should be read again. You can also complete the recital on 9th day by chanting Devi Aparadha Kshama Prarthana Stotram on 9th day itself.
Just thank the Goddess and tell your desires. Desires are differ for Sakaam and Niskaam devotees. Remember the Lord Ganesha, the Gurus Your spiritual teachers , etc and take blessings of them.
Then chant the mantra for freeing your text from Curse Shapanugraham Mantra 7 times or as per given instructions in the text. Now appologies to Goddess for making any mistakes. And then follow the method of procedure as per your choice. Here are some general guidelines for reading Durga Saptashati.
These needs to be remembered sothat it will make your chanting more effective. The paath reading is most effective when done with firm faith, devotion and correct pronunciation. During the time of reading, one should try not to talk, sleep, sneeze, yawn or spit, but read with complete concentration on Devi in the form which appeals to one.
One should not stop in the middle of a chapter. It is good to place the book on a stand, preferably a copper plate. At the beginning and end of each chapter, bells may be rung but not necessary. Before starting the paath, affirm the purpose for which you are performing it — make a resolve, sankalpa, and perform worship of Devi. Whether in the morning or evening hours, if it is evening hours, one should observe fasting till the reading is complete.
If the physical condition or health do not permit one can have fruits or light refreshments. All these days, one has to observe celibacy, one time food, sleeping on floor. Cutting nails or shaving to be avoided. Food must be satwik Pure vegetarian. No non-vegetarian stuff at all. Avoid eating purchased food. Keep a Photo or idol of Durga in front of you on a stand. Lit a lamp. Use chandan paste and tilak and flowers for worshiping. Also lit a Dhoop sticks joss-sticks or lamps.
Close your eyes and try to concentrate on Goddess and try to see her picture in your mind. Then start reading the Sapthasathi. While reading avoid talking to others. After reading it completely offer fruits and sweets or eatable only home made and take them as Prasad. While concluding this leave a flower and one spoon of water at the feet of the idol, thanking her making your reading a successful event and appologies for making any mistake. Navaratri is an ideal and best period for the chanting of Durga Saptashati; however, in the other months, Tuesday, Friday and Saturday are considered auspicious days of the week for beginning the reading.
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. It is said that whatever sankalpa the Saptashati is read with, will be fulfilled. Since Shakti is the basis for all iccha desire , gyana knowledge and kriya action , one cannot stay out of the realm of Shakti power. An individual is but Shakti, and hence one can have everything through the worship of Shakti.
Devi Suktam — The eight verses of the Devi Suktam were composed by Vak, daughter of Maharshi Ambharin, and are from the Rig Veda 10th mandala, 10th anuvaka, th sukta. These shlokas express the truth realized by Vak, who identifies herself as Brahma Shakti, and expresses herself as eleven Rudras, eight Vasus, twelve Adityas and all the devas who are sustained by her and she is the source, substratum and support of the whole world.
This kavacham armour protects the reader in all parts of the body, in all places and in all difficulties. Every part of the body is mentioned and Devi, in different forms, is being worshipped. Argala Stotram- Here, Rishi Markandeya tells his disciples in twenty-seven inspiring couplets about the greatness of Devi.
She has been described in all aspects and names and at the end of each shloka, prayer is offered to Devi for material prosperity, physical fitness, fame and victory. Keelakam — Here also, Rishi Markandeya tells his disciples in sixteen shlokas the ways and means of removing obstacles faced by devotees while reading Devi Mahatmya.
Reading of Keelakam brings blessings of Devi, spiritual harmony, peace of mind and success in all pursuits. Ratri Suktam- The eight shlokas here have been taken from the Rig Veda 10th mandala, 10th anuvaka, th sukta. Devi is described as the all-pervading Supreme Lord of the universe appearing in Omkara. Explaining the benefits of reading this scriptures is not possible. Because the benefit differs among the devotees as per their dedication. This is because of your mind. MIND is a responsible factor for this.
As much and more the mind concentrates towards the Goddess, more effective will be the benefit. Both are controlled by our mind. Just dedicate your mind on Goddess while performing above action of reading text or worshippig the God. Hinduism Ebooks Blogspot. We will keep you updating with more devotional blessings. This will always be welcomed. I hate writing about myself.
But yes, i would like to tell you my favorite line of all time : "When there is love in your heart, everything outside of you also becomes lovable. View more posts. Our mind, when focused could bestow us unmentionable dividends. The procedures enunciated are obviously very helpful. Thanks for sharing. Like Liked by 1 person. There are two methods to start reading Devi Mahatmym — Trayangam and Navangam. What to do First before starting? Take bath and sit on Asana.
Take bath both times in the day. Early in the morning and evening, if possible. Ladies to avoid the menstrual days. It is advisable to read Kilakam and Argala Stotram also every day. May Maa Goddess fulfill your desires!!! Like this: Like Loading Thank you Harbans!
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The Devi Mahatmyam Glory of the Goddess is a hindu religious text describing the Goddess as the supreme power and creator of the universe. It is part of the Markandeya Purana, and estimated to have been composed in Sanskrit between CE. The text contains verses arranged into 13 chapters. The first chapter describes the glory of Maha Kali, the second, third and the fourth chapters glorify Maha Lakshmi, and the last nine chapters from the fifth to the thirteenth glorify Maha Saraswati. Atlast, Kshama Prarthana is the concluding prayer to Devi seeking pardon for any errors that may have been committed during the paath reading process or otherwise. The reading procedure of Devi Saptashati is given here in detail version.
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Jump to navigation. Shri Durga Saptashati. It's that auspicious time of the year again - the Navratras, when one invokes the blessings of the nine incarnations of Goddess Durga. There's praying and fasting during the day, and in the evening, the garba. Music Today's new release of the Shri Durga Saptashati , a three-hour-long recital by wellknown classical musicians, coincides with this season. Saptashati starts off with a recital by Gurinder Harnam Singh, a disciple of Kishori Amonkar, who underwent a crash course in Sanskrit before he recorded the shlokas. Pandits Rajan and Sajan Mishra have sung chapters five to 13 along with the moving and conclusive Kshama Prarthana.
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It is part of the Markandeya Purana, written by sage Markandeya. The text contains Saptashata i. The seven hundred verses are arranged into 13 chapters. For ritual reading purposes a number of subsidiary texts are appended before and after of verses. A ritualistic reading of Durga Saptashati is part of the Navratri nine days of worship in the months of April and October celebrations in the honor of the Goddess Durga.
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