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Sapta Mokshapuri - In sanskrit with meaning

सप्त मोक्षपुरी
Sapta Mokshapuri
Kashi

अयोध्या मथुरा माया काशी काञ्ची अवन्तिका
पुरी द्वारावती चैव सप्तैते मोक्षदायकाः
Ayodhyaa Mathuraa Maayaa Kaashii Kaan.cii Avantikaa |
Purii Dvaaraavatii Cai[a-E]va Saptai[a-E]te Mokssa-Daayakaah ||

Meaning:
1: Ayodhya, Mathura, Maya (Mayapuri or Haridwar), Kashi (Varanasi), Kanchi (Kanchipuram), Avantika (Ujjain) ...
2: ... and Dwaravati (Dwaraka); These seven cities are giver of Moksha (Liberation) (and are called Mokshapuri).

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