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Tara Dhyanam - in sanskrit with meaning - Slokas on Devi Tara

तारा ध्यानम् - प्रत्यालीढपदां घोरां मुण्डमालाविभूषिताम्
Tara Dhyanam - Pratyaliddha-Padaam Ghoraam Munda-Mala-Vibhushitaam
Devi Tara
Devi Tara

प्रत्यालीढपदां घोरां मुण्डमालाविभूषिताम्
खर्व्वां लम्बोदरीं भीमां व्याघ्रचर्म्मावृत्तां कटौ
Pratyaaliiddha-Padaam Ghoraam Munndda-Maalaa-Vibhuussitaam |
Kharvvaam Lambo[a-U]dariim Bhiimaam Vyaaghra-Carmma-[A]avrttaam Kattau ||

Meaning:
1: (I meditate on Devi Tara) Who is standing with Her left Foot extended forward and right Foot drawn back; Who is terrible in appearance and adorned with a garland of Skulls,
2: Who is short in stature with a large Belly; Who is fearful in appearance and covered with Tiger-skin around Her Hip.

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Devi Tara
नवयौवनसम्पन्नां पञ्चमुद्राविभूषिताम्
चतुर्भूजां लोलजिह्वां महाभीमा वरप्रदाम्
Nava-Yauvana-Sampannaam Pan.ca-Mudraa-Vibhuussitaam |
Catur-Bhuujaam Lola-Jihvaam Mahaa-Bhiimaa Vara-Pradaam ||

Meaning:
1: (I meditate on Devi Tara) Who is endowed with Youthfulness and adorned with five Mudras,
2: Who is having four Arms; With Her rolling Tongue Who appears very fearful, but is a giver of Boons (to Her Devotees).

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Devi Tara
खंगकर्तृसमायुक्तसव्येतरभुजद्वयाम्
कपोलोत्पलसंयुक्तसव्यपाणियुगान्विताम्
Khangga-Kartr-Samaayukta-Savyetara-Bhuja-Dvayaam |
Kapolo[a-U]tpala-Samyukta-Savya-Paanni-Yuga-Anvitaam ||

Meaning:
1: (I meditate on Devi Tara) Who is holding a Khangga (Khaddga) and a weapon to Cut (Scissor or Sword) in Her left pair of Arms,
2: (And) With Her right pair of Arms Who is holding a Bowl of Skull and a Lotus.

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Devi Tara
पिंगाग्रैकजटां ध्यायेन्मौलावक्षोभ्यभूषिताम्
बालार्कमण्डलाकारलोचनत्रय भूषिताम्
Pingga-Agraika-Jattaam Dhyaayen-Maula-[A]a-Vakssobhya-Bhuussitaam |
Baala-Arka-Mannddala-[A]akaara-Locana-Traya Bhuussitaam ||

Meaning:
1: (I meditate on Devi Tara) Who is having reddish-brown Matted Hairs; That Ancient One is to be meditated as adorned (with Matted Hairs) flowing down till the region of Her Bosom,
2: Whose three Eyes shine like the Orb of the newly-risen Sun, adorning (Her Face).

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Devi Tara
ज्वलच्चितामध्यगतां घोरदंष्ट्राकरालिनीम्
स्वादेशस्मेरवदनां ह्यलंकारविभूषिताम्
Jvalac-Citaa-Madhyagataam Ghora-Damssttraa-Karaaliniim |
Svaadesha-Smera-Vadanaam Hy[i]-Alamkaara-Vibhuussitaam ||

Meaning:
1: (I meditate on Devi Tara) Who is standing within the blazing Fire of the Funeral, with terrible Fangs gaping from Her Mouth,
2: Whose Face is sporting a commanding Smile and Whose Body is adorned with various Ornaments.

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Devi Tara
विश्वव्यापकतोयान्तः श्वेतपद्मोपरिं स्थिताम्
Vishva-Vyaapaka-Toya-Antah Shveta-Padmo[a-U]parim Sthitaam ||

Meaning:
1: (I meditate on Devi Tara) Who is standing on top of a White Lotus which is floating over the Universal Waters.

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Translated by greenmesg

Bharatavarsha - The Land of Gods and Sages:

1. Stotras by Deity:
Initial: Ganesha - Hanuman - Gurudeva - Gayatri
Tridevas: Brahma - (Vishnu - Narasimha - Rama - Krishna) - Shiva
Tridevis: Saraswati - (Lakshmi - Tulasi - Bhoomi) - Parvati
Others: Murugan - Surya - Ganga - Yamuna - Narmada - Others
Final: Vedas - Brahman

2. Pilgrimages by Deity:
Initial: Ganesha
Tridevas: Brahma - (Vishnu - Narasimha - Rama - Krishna) - Shiva
Tridevis: Saraswati - Lakshmi - (Parvati - Shakambari)
Others: Murugan - Ganga

3. Sadhana: Sadhana - Hermitages - Penances

4. Saints: Ramakrishna - Vivekananda - Ramana - Saints

5. Sacred Geography: Forests - Mountains - Rivers - Lakes

6. Puranas: Scriptures

7. Religious Life: Stotras - Puja - Pilgrimages - Festivals - Varnashramas - Samskaras - Traditions

8. Other Aspects: Sanskrit - Arts - Music - Dance - Medicine - Architecture - Astronomy

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May there be Peace in Brahman,
May there be Peace in All,
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