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Ashtadasa Shakti Peetha Stotram in Hindi With Meaning | Devi Stotram

The Shakti Peethas are places of worship dedicated to the goddess ‘Shakti’, the main deity of the Shakta sect. They are scattered throughout the Indian subcontinent. This goddess is often associated both with Gowri / Parvati, the benevolent goddess of harmony, marital happiness and longevity, with Durga, goddess of strength and courage, and Mahakali, goddess of the destruction of evil.

Devi Stotram – Ashtadasa Shaktipeeth Stotram Lyrics in Hindi:

लङ्कायां शाङ्करीदेवी कामाक्षी काञ्चिकापुरे ।
प्रद्युम्ने शृङ्खलादेवी चामुण्डी क्रौञ्चपट्टणे ॥ 1 ॥

अलम्पुरे जोगुलाम्बा श्रीशैले भ्रमराम्बिका ।
कोल्हापुरे महालक्ष्मी मुहुर्ये एकवीरा ॥ 2 ॥

उज्जयिन्यां महाकाली पीठिकायां पुरुहूतिका ।
ओढ्यायां गिरिजादेवी माणिक्या दक्षवाटिके ॥ 3 ॥

हरिक्षेत्रे कामरूपी प्रयागे माधवेश्वरी ।
ज्वालायां वैष्णवीदेवी गया माङ्गल्यगौरिका ॥ 4 ॥

वारणाश्यां विशालाक्षी काश्मीरेतु सरस्वती ।
अष्टादश सुपीठानि योगिनामपि दुर्लभम् ॥ 5 ॥

सायङ्काले पठेन्नित्यं सर्वशत्रुविनाशनम् ।
सर्वरोगहरं दिव्यं सर्वसम्पत्करं शुभम् ॥ 6 ॥

Devi Stotram – Ashtadasa Shaktipeeth Stotram Meaning

Goddess Shankari in Sri Lanka, Kamakshi in Kanchipuram
Goddess Shrinkhala in Pradymna and Chamunda in Mysore

Goddess Jogulamba in Alampur, Goddess Brhamarambika in Sri Shailam
Goddess Maha lakshmi in Kolhapur and Goddess Eka Veera in Mahur

Goddess Maha Kali in Ujjain, Purhuthika in Peethika
Goddess Girija in Odhyana and Manikya in the house of Daksha

Goddess kama rupi in the temple of Vishnu, Madhaveshwari in Allahabad
Goddess giving flame in Jwala Mukhi and Mangala Gowri in Gaya

Goddess Vishalakshi in Varanasi, Saraswati in Kashmir
These are the 18 houses of Shakti, which are rare even to the Devas

When Chanted every evening, all the enemies would be destroyed and all diseases would disappear and prosperity would be shed.

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Aadi Shankaracharya’s Stotram Lyrics in Hindi | English | Bengali | Kannada | Malayalama | Telugu | Tamil

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