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Mahakali Dhyanam - In sanskrit with meaning

महाकाली ध्यानम् - ॐ खड्गं चक्रगदेषुचापपरिघान् शूलं भुशुण्डीं शिरः
Mahakali Dhyanam - Om Khadgam Cakra Gadesu Caapa Parighan Shulam Bhushundim Shirah
Devi Kali
Devi Kali

खड्गं चक्रगदेषुचापपरिघान् शूलं भुशुण्डीं शिरः
शङ्खं सन्दधतीं करैस्त्रिनयनां सर्वाङ्गभूषावृताम्
यां हन्तुं मधुकैटभौ जलजभूस्तुष्टाव सुप्ते हरौ
नीलाश्मद्युतिमास्यपाददशकां सेवे महाकालिकाम्
Om Khaddgam Cakra-Gade[aa-I]ssu-Caapa-Parighaan Shuulam Bhushunnddiim Shirah
Shangkham Sandadhatiim Karais-Tri-Nayanaam Sarva-Angga-Bhuussaa-[Aa]vrtaam |
Yaam Hantum Madhu-Kaittabhau Jalaja-Bhuus-Tussttaava Supte Harau
Niila-[A]ashma-Dyutim-Aasya-Paada-Dashakaam Seve Mahaakaalikaam ||

Meaning:
1 Om, (I meditate on Devi Mahakali) Who is holding Khadga (Scymitar, Sword), Chakra (Discus), Gadaa (Club), Ishu (Arrow), Caapa (Bow), Parigha (Club), Shula (Trident, Spear), Bhushundi (Fire-Arms, Missile), Shira (Skull) and ...
2: ... Shankha (Conch) in Her Hands; Who has Three Eyes; Whose whole Body is covered with Ornaments,
3: Whom the Lord arising from Lotus (i.e. Lord Brahma) eulogized to kill demons Madhu and Kaitabha, when Lord Hari was in sleep (by the power of Yogamaya),
4: She has the splendour of Blue Stone (Blue Gem), and has ten Faces and Feet (signifying pervasiveness); I (worshipfully) serve that Mahakali (on Whom I meditate in my Heart).

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Translated by greenmesg

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