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Matrikas - In sanskrit with meaning

- From Devi Kavacham

मात्रिकाः - प्रेतसंस्था तु चामुण्डा वाराही महिषासना
Matrikas - Pretasamstha Tu Chamunda Varahi Mahishasana
Matrikas
Matrikas

प्रेतसंस्था तु चामुण्डा वाराही महिषासना
ऐन्द्री गजसमारूढा वैष्णवी गरुडासना
नारसिंही महावीर्या शिवदूती महाबला
माहेश्वरी वृषारूढा कौमारी शिखिवाहना
लक्ष्मीः पद्मासना देवी पद्महस्ता हरिप्रिया
श्वेतरूपधरा देवी ईश्वरी वृषवाहना
ब्राह्मी हंससमारूढा सर्वाभरणभूषिता
इत्येता मातरः सर्वा सर्वयोगसमन्विताः
Preta-Samsthaa Tu Caamunnddaa Vaaraahii Mahissa-[A]asanaa |
Aindrii Gaja-Samaaruuddhaa Vaissnnavii Garudda-[A]asanaa ||
Naarasimhii Mahaa-Viiryaa Shivaduutii Mahaa-Balaa |
Maaheshvarii Vrssa-[A]aruuddhaa Kaumaarii Shikhi-Vaahanaa ||
Lakssmiih Padma-[A]asanaa Devii Padma-Hastaa Hari-Priyaa |
Shveta-Ruupa-Dharaa Devii Iishvarii Vrssa-Vaahanaa ||
Braahmii Hamsa-Samaaruuddhaa Sarvaa-Bharanna-Bhuussitaa |
Ityetaa Maatarah Sarvaa Sarva-Yoga-Samanvitaah ||

Meaning:
(I Salute the Matrikas Who are endowed with all Powers)
1: Devi Chamunda Who abides with the Ghosts and Spirits, Devi Varahi Who is seated on a Buffalo,
2: Devi Aindri Who is mounted on an Elephant, Devi Vaishnavi Who is seated on the Garuda,
3: Devi Narasimhi Who is of great Valour, Devi Shivaduti Who is of great Strength,
4: Devi Maheshwari Who is mounted on a Bull, Devi Kaumari Who is mounted on Her carrier Peacock,
5: Devi Lakshmi Who is seated on a Lotus, Who is holding a Lotus on Her Hand and Who is the beloved of Hari,
6: Devi Ishwari of White complexion Who is mounted on Her carrier Bull,
7: Devi Brahmi Who is mounted on a Swan and adorned with all Ornaments,
8: These all are the Mothers (Matrikas) Who are endowed with all Yogas (Powers of the respective Gods).

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