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Sharada Bhujangam: Suvaksoja Kumbham Sudha Purna Kumbham - in sanskrit with meaning - Stotra on Devi Sharada

- composed by Sri Adi Shankaracharya

शारदा भुजङ्ग प्रयाताष्टकम् - सुवक्षोजकुम्भां सुधापूर्णकुम्भां
Sharada Bhujanga Prayatashtakam: Suvaksoja Kumbham Sudha Purna Kumbham
Devi Sharada
Devi Sharada

सुवक्षोजकुम्भां सुधापूर्णकुम्भां
प्रसादावलम्बां प्रपुण्यावलम्बाम्
सदास्येन्दुबिम्बां सदानोष्ठबिम्बां
भजे शारदाम्बामजस्रं मदम्बाम् ॥१॥
Suvakssoja-Kumbhaam Sudhaa-Puurnna-Kumbhaam
Prasaada-Avalambaam Prapunnya-Avalambaam |
Sadaa-[Aa]sye[a-I]ndu-Bimbaam Sadaan-Ossttha-Bimbaam
Bhaje Shaaradaa-[Aa]mbaam-Ajasram Mad-Ambaam ||1||

Meaning:
1.1: (Salutations to Mother Sharada) Whose beautiful Bosom is filled with the Pitcher of Nectar, ...
1.2: ... inside which rests abundant Grace (Prasada) and Auspiciousness (Prapunya),
1.3: Whose Face always reflect the Beauty of Moon, over which Her Lips always shine like (reddish) Bimba Fruits,
1.4: I worship Mother Sharada, Who is my Eternal Mother,

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Devi Sharada
कटाक्षे दयार्द्रां करे ज्ञानमुद्रां
कलाभिर्विनिद्रां कलापैः सुभद्राम्
पुरस्त्रीं विनिद्रां पुरस्तुङ्गभद्रां
भजे शारदाम्बामजस्रं मदम्बाम् ॥२॥
Kattaaksse Daya-[A]ardraam Kare Jnyaana-Mudraam
Kalaabhir-Vinidraam Kalaapaih Subhadraam |
Pura-Striim Vinidraam Puras-Tungga-Bhadraam
Bhaje Shaaradaa-[Aa]mbaam-Ajasram Mad-Ambaam ||2||

Meaning:
2.1: (Salutations to Mother Sharada) Whose Glance is moist with Compassion, and Whose Hand shows the Gyana Mudra (Gesture of Knowledge),
2.2: Who is (ever) Wakeful by Her Arts (which She showers), and Who looks (ever) Auspicious by Her Ornaments (which She is adorned with),
2.3: Who is the ever Awake Mother Goddess of the Town (of Sringeri), the Blessed Town (by the bank of) river Tunga which is ever Auspicious (by Her presence),
2.4: I worship Mother Sharada, Who is my Eternal Mother,

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Devi Sharada
ललामाङ्कफालां लसद्गानलोलां
स्वभक्तैकपालां यशःश्रीकपोलाम्
करे त्वक्षमालां कनत्प्रत्नलोलां
भजे शारदाम्बामजस्रं मदम्बाम् ॥३॥
Lalaama-Angka-Phaalaam Lasad-Gaana-Lolaam
Sva-Bhaktai[a-E]ka-Paalaam Yashah-Shrii-Kapolaam |
Kare Tva[u-A]kssa-Maalaam Kanat-Pratna-Lolaam
Bhaje Shaaradaa-[Aa]mbaam-Ajasram Mad-Ambaam ||3||

Meaning:
3.1: (Salutations to Mother Sharada) Whose Forehead is decorated with a beautiful Curved Mark, and Who is moved by beautiful Song and Music (sung by the Devotees),
3.2: Who is the one Refuge of Her Devotees, to whom She bestows Glory and Prosperity which radiates from the two Cheeks (of Her Face),
3.3: Who holds the Beads of Rosary in Her Hand, whose gentle movement moves the Tradition (and ushers a new generation),
3.4: I worship Mother Sharada, Who is my Eternal Mother,

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Devi Sharada
सुसीमन्तवेणीं दृशा निर्जितैणीं
रमत्कीरवाणीं नमद्वज्रपाणीम्
सुधामन्थरास्यां मुदा चिन्त्यवेणीं
भजे शारदाम्बामजस्रं मदम्बाम् ॥४॥
Su-Siimanta-Venniim Drshaa Nirjitai[a-E]nniim
Ramat-Kiira-Vaanniim Namad-Vajra-Paanniim |
Sudhaa-Mantha-Raasyaam Mudaa Cintya-Venniim
Bhaje Shaaradaa-[Aa]mbaam-Ajasram Mad-Ambaam ||4||

Meaning:
4.1: (Salutations to Mother Sharada) Whose Hair is parted (in the middle) and forms a Braid, the Beauty ( like Black Deer ) of which has conquered (the directions),
4.2: (This is accompanied by) Her Delightful Voice like a Parrot, before which the one with Vajra in Hand (i.e. Indra Deva) bows down,
4.3: She stirs up a Play of Nectar (of Bliss) which should be meditated upon as a stream of Joy (within the Heart),
4.4: I worship Mother Sharada, Who is my Eternal Mother,

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Devi Sharada
सुशान्तां सुदेहां दृगन्ते कचान्तां
लसत् सल्लताङ्गीमनन्तामचिन्त्याम्
स्मतां तापसैः सर्गपूर्वस्थितां तां
भजे शारदाम्बामजस्रं मदम्बाम् ॥५॥
Sushaantaam Sudehaam Drg-Ante Kaca-Antaam
Lasat Sal-Lataa-[A]nggiim-Anantaam-Acintyaam |
Smataam Taapasaih Sarga-Puurva-Sthitaam Taam
Bhaje Shaaradaa-[Aa]mbaam-Ajasram Mad-Ambaam ||5||

Meaning:
5.1: (Salutations to Mother Sharada) Who is very Calm with a Beautiful Form; And Her Hair extends (Endlessly) till the End of Sight (outer as well as inner),
5.2: (Similarly) Her Shining Form like a Creeper is Endless and Inconceivable,
5.3: (Her Divine Form) is contemplated upon by the Ascetics (within their Hearts); That Form which existed prior to Creation,
5.4: I worship Mother Sharada, Who is my Eternal Mother,

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Devi Sharada
कुरङ्गे तुरङ्गे मृगेन्द्रे खगेन्द्रे
मराले मदेभे महोक्षेऽधिरूढाम्
महत्यां नवम्यां सदा सामरूपां
भजे शारदाम्बामजस्रं मदम्बाम् ॥६॥
Kurangge Turangge Mrgendre Khagendre
Maraale Made[a-I]bhe Mahoksse-[A]dhiruuddhaam |
Mahatyaam Navamyaam Sadaa Saama-Ruupaam
Bhaje Shaaradaa-[Aa]mbaam-Ajasram Mad-Ambaam ||6||

Meaning:
6.1: (Salutations to Mother Sharada) Who rides on a Deer (Kuranga), Who rides on a Horse (Turanga), Who rides on the king of Animals (Lion) (Mrigendra), Who rides on the king of Birds (Eagle) (Khagendra), ...
6.2: ... Who rides on a Swan (Marala), Who rides on an Intoxicated Elephant (Mada Iva), and Who rides on a Large Bull (Mahoksha),
6.3: She manifests Nine Great Forms, but (essentially) She is always very Tranquil (Sada Samorupam),
6.4: I worship Mother Sharada, Who is my Eternal Mother,

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Devi Sharada
ज्वलत्कान्तिवह्निं जगन्मोहनाङ्गीं
भजन्मानसाम्भोजसुभ्रान्तभृङ्गीम्
निजस्तोत्रसङ्गीतनृत्यप्रभाङ्गी
भजे शारदाम्बामजस्रं मदम्बाम् ॥७॥
Jvalat-Kaanti-Vahnim Jagan-Mohana-Anggiim
Bhajan-Maanasa-Ambhoja-Subhraanta-Bhrnggiim |
Nija-Stotra-Sanggiita-Nrtya-Prabhaanggii
Bhaje Shaaradaa-[Aa]mbaam-Ajasram Mad-Ambaam ||7||

Meaning:
7.1: (Salutations to Mother Sharada) Whose Form shines with the Beauty of a Blazing Fire (Jwalat Kanti Vahnim), which enchants the whole World (Jagan Mohana Angim),
7.2: I worship (meditate) within the Lotus of my Mind (Heart) that wondrous Form which wanders like a Bee (wandering over a Lotus), ...
7.3: ... [That Form] which shines with the Glory of Her own Stotra set to the melody of Music and Dance,
7.4: I worship Mother Sharada, Who is my Eternal Mother,

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Devi Sharada
भवाम्भोजनेत्राजसम्पूज्यमानां
लसन्मन्दहासप्रभावक्त्रचिह्नाम्
चलच्चञ्चलाचारुताटङ्ककर्णां
भजे शारदाम्बामजस्रं मदम्बाम् ॥८॥
Bhava-Ambhoja-Netra-Aja-Sampuujyamaanaam
Lasan-Manda-Haasa-Prabhaa-Vaktra-Cihnaam |
Calac-Can.calaa-Caaru-Taattangka-Karnnaam
Bhaje Shaaradaa-[Aa]mbaam-Ajasram Mad-Ambaam ||8||

Meaning:
8.1: (Salutations to Mother Sharada) Whose Eyes are like the Unborn (Immortal) Lotus born on the water of this (Mortal) World (Bhava Ambhoja Netra Aja) (to take the Devotees beyond); (those Eyes) which are fit to be Worshipped (to go beyond this Mortal World),
8.2: Whose Shining Face is marked by a Gentle Smile (playing over it),
8.3: Whose Ears are adorned with Beautiful Ear-Rings, moving (with the movement of Her Beautiful Face),
8.4: I worship Mother Sharada, Who is my Eternal Mother,

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Translated by greenmesg


Sringeri:

Sringeri Sharada Sringeri Sharada Peetha - Matha of Adi Shankara and famous pilgrimage of Devi Sharada: The Sringeri Sharada Peetham is the first matha (monastery) built by Sri Adi Shankaracharya. It has the famous temple of Devi Sharada inside it. The matha is situated on the bank of river Tunga. According to legend, sage Vibhandaka and his son Rishyasringa (of Valmiki Ramayana) had their hermitage in this place. The name Sringeri is derived from the name of sage Rishyasringa.

- Sringeri is located in the Chikmagalur district of Karnataka.


Sri Adi Shankaracharya
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03. Bhavani Ashtakam
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05. Dakshinamurthy Stotram
06. Ganesha Pancharatnam
07. Ganga Stotram
08. Kalabhairava Ashtakam
09. Kalika Ashtakam
10. Kamakshi Stotram
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12. Lakshmi Nrisimha Karavalambam
13. Lalita Panchakam
14. Meenakshi Pancharatnam
15. Narmadashtakam
16. Nirvana Shatakam
17. Pandurangashtakam
18. Pratah Smarami
19. Ranganathashtakam
20. Sharada Bhujangam
21. Shiva Manasa Puja
22. Shiva Panchakshara Stotram
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24. Shivashtakam
25. Subramanya Bhujangam
26. Vishwanathashtakam
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Others: Murugan - Surya - Ganga - Yamuna - Narmada - Others
Final: Vedas - Brahman

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Tridevas: Brahma - (Vishnu - Narasimha - Rama - Krishna) - Shiva
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