Thursday, November 04, 2010


Siddhi Lakshmi Stuti at Stutimandal

(Click on the above link for the full poem)

Sample: With the form of Brahman, the Omkāra Visnu is infallible. May salutations be of You, Siddhilaksmī, Who is Mahālaksmī, and Who is Laksyalaksmī![1]

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Can anybody tell what is the source of this stotra?

3/07/2011 12:23:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

a) The first 5 lines are the *ending* from the "(daaridrya-naashanam) siddhilakShmi stotram" from the brahmANDa purANa, which Ishvara and viShNu together recite.

b) The last 4 listed lines are a *part* of what is originally from a veda sooktam on lakShmI. It is at times recited together with the shrI sUktam.

But these last 4 lines could well end the siddhilakShmi stotram of (a) as well, since elements of the famous lakShmi sooktam are very sacred to lakShmi and therefore often included in many lakShmi stotras. For example, the kanadhAra stotram repeats the "sarasija nilaye" stanza, and the lakShmi-aShtottara shatanamastotram includes the sookta's verse starting with "lakShmee kSheerasamudrarAjatanayA" and the one beginning "sarvamangala maangalye".

5/02/2011 02:17:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Corrections to my comment above: I misspelled the kanakadhAra stotram, and the "sarasija nilaye" verse also appears in the lakshmi ashtottara shatanAma, whereas I'm none too sure of if the above-mentioned "sarvamangala mangalye" stanza appears in there or not.

5/02/2011 02:35:00 AM  

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