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Prthvi Tvaya Dhrita Loka - In sanskrit with meaning

ॐ पृथ्वि त्वया धृता लोका
Om Prthvi Tvaya Dhrita Loka
Bhoomi Devi
Bhoomi Devi

पृथ्वि त्वया धृता लोका
देवि त्वं विष्णुना धृता
त्वं धारय मां देवि
पवित्रं कुरु चासनम्
Om Prthvi Tvayaa Dhrtaa Lokaa
Devi Tvam Vissnnunaa Dhrtaa |
Tvam Ca Dhaaraya Maam Devi
Pavitram Kuru Ca-[A]asanam ||

Meaning:
1: Om, O Prithivi Devi, by You are borne the entire Loka (World); And Devi, You in turn are borne by Sri Vishnu,
2: Please hold me (on Your lap), O Devi, and make this Asana (seat of the worshipper) Pure.

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