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Maha Varahi Ashtottara Shatanamavali Lyrics in Hindi with Meaning | Varahi Ashtothara

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The goddess Varahi is a goddess with a boar’s head. She plays with Saptha Matrukas (Brahmi, Kaumari, Vaishnavi, Maheswari Iyndri, Varahi and Narasimhi) an important role in the killing of Shumba and Nishumbha in the famous epic book “Devi Mahatmyam”. There, She is considered the female power of Lord Varaha an incarnation of Lord Maha Vishnu. Some people also think that Varahi is Lord Varaha’s wife and that the Vaishnavites worship this aspect of her. Later, in the book Devi Mahatmya, the goddess Chamunda says that all these female aspects are her only. In this way, we can consider this as a mere image of the goddess Durga. Thus, the Shaivites worship her as an incarnation of the goddess Parvathi and worship her. Unlike other forms of Parvathi, Varahi is a goddess with terrible power and believed to be able to grant hidden powers. In this way, the Saktheyas meditate on it and worship it for hidden powers.

She is usually represented as a very fierce God and is the guard of the 16th circle of the Sri Chakra as commander under control. His devotees believe that she would scare away all the forces of evil, including black magic done by others and protect them. There are many temples dedicated to her throughout India.

108 attributes of Sri Mahavarahi Lyrics in Hindi:

महावाराह्यष्टोत्तरशतनामावलिः
ॐ नमो वराहवदनायै नमः ।
ॐ नमो वाराह्यै नमः ।
ॐ वररूपिण्यै नमः ।
ॐ क्रोडाननायै नमः ।
ॐ कोलमुख्यै नमः ।
ॐ जगदम्बायै नमः ।
ॐ तरुण्यै नमः ।
ॐ विश्वेश्वर्यै नमः ।
ॐ शङ्खिन्यै नमः ।
ॐ चक्रिण्यै नमः ॥ १०॥

ॐ खड्गशूलगदाहस्तायै नमः ।
ॐ मुसलधारिण्यै नमः ।
ॐ हलसकादि समायुक्तायै नमः ।
ॐ भक्तानामभयप्रदायै नमः ।
ॐ इष्टार्थदायिन्यै नमः ।
ॐ घोरायै नमः ।
ॐ महाघोरायै नमः ।
ॐ महामायायै नमः ।
ॐ वार्ताल्यै नमः ।
ॐ जगदीश्वर्यै नमः ॥ २०॥

ॐ अन्धे अन्धिन्यै नमः ।
ॐ रुन्धे रुन्धिन्यै नमः ।
ॐ जम्भे जम्भिन्यै नमः ।
ॐ मोहे मोहिन्यै नमः ।
ॐ स्तम्भे स्तम्भिन्यै नमः ।
ॐ देवेश्यै नमः ।
ॐ शत्रुनाशिन्यै नमः ।
ॐ अष्टभुजायै नमः ।
ॐ चतुर्हस्तायै नमः ।
ॐ उन्नतभैरवाङ्गस्थायै नमः ॥ ३०॥

ॐ कपिलालोचनायै नमः ।
ॐ पञ्चम्यै नमः ।
ॐ लोकेश्यै नमः ।
ॐ नीलमणिप्रभायै नमः ।
ॐ अञ्जनाद्रिप्रतीकाशायै नमः ।
ॐ सिंहारुद्रायै नमः ।
ॐ त्रिलोचनायै नमः ।
ॐ श्यामलायै नमः ।
ॐ परमायै नमः ।
ॐ ईशान्यै नमः ॥ ४०॥

ॐ नील्यै नमः ।
ॐ इन्दीवरसन्निभायै नमः ।
ॐ कणस्थानसमोपेतायै नमः ।
ॐ कपिलायै नमः ।
ॐ कलात्मिकायै नमः ।
ॐ अम्बिकायै नमः ।
ॐ जगद्धारिण्यै नमः ।
ॐ भक्तोपद्रवनाशिन्यै नमः ।
ॐ सगुणायै नमः ।
ॐ निष्कलायै नमः ॥ ५०॥

ॐ विद्यायै नमः ।
ॐ नित्यायै नमः ।
ॐ विश्ववशङ्कर्यै नमः ।
ॐ महारूपायै नमः ।
ॐ महेश्वर्यै नमः ।
ॐ महेन्द्रितायै नमः ।
ॐ विश्वव्यापिन्यै नमः ।
ॐ देव्यै नमः ।
ॐ पशूनामभयकारिण्यै नमः ।
ॐ कालिकायै नमः ॥ ६०॥

ॐ भयदायै नमः ।
ॐ बलिमांसमहाप्रियायै नमः ।
ॐ जयभैरव्यै नमः ।
ॐ कृष्णाङ्गायै नमः ।
ॐ परमेश्वरवल्लभायै नमः ।
ॐ नुदायै नमः ।
ॐ स्तुत्यै नमः ।
ॐ सुरेशान्यै नमः ।
ॐ ब्रह्मादिवरदायै नमः ।
ॐ स्वरूपिण्यै नमः ॥ ७०॥

ॐ सुरानामभयप्रदायै नमः ।
ॐ वराहदेहसम्भूतायै नमः ।
ॐ श्रोणिवारालसे नमः ।
ॐ क्रोधिन्यै नमः ।
ॐ नीलास्यायै नमः ।
ॐ शुभदायै नमः ।
ॐ शुभवारिण्यै नमः ।
ॐ शत्रूणां वाक्स्तम्भनकारिण्यै नमः ।
ॐ कटिस्तम्भनकारिण्यै नमः ।
ॐ मतिस्तम्भनकारिण्यै नमः ॥ ८०॥

ॐ साक्षीस्तम्भनकारिण्यै नमः ।
ॐ मूकस्तम्भिन्यै नमः ।
ॐ जिह्वास्तम्भिन्यै नमः ।
ॐ दुष्टानां निग्रहकारिण्यै नमः ।
ॐ शिष्टानुग्रहकारिण्यै नमः ।
ॐ सर्वशत्रुक्षयकरायै नमः ।
ॐ शत्रुसादनकारिण्यै नमः ।
ॐ शत्रुविद्वेषणकारिण्यै नमः ।
ॐ भैरवीप्रियायै नमः ।
ॐ मन्त्रात्मिकायै नमः ॥ ९०॥

ॐ यन्त्ररूपायै नमः ।
ॐ तन्त्ररूपिण्यै नमः ।
ॐ पीठात्मिकायै नमः ।
ॐ देवदेव्यै नमः ।
ॐ श्रेयस्कारिण्यै नमः ।
ॐ चिन्तितार्थप्रदायिन्यै नमः ।
ॐ भक्तालक्ष्मीविनाशिन्यै नमः ।
ॐ सम्पत्प्रदायै नमः ।
ॐ सौख्यकारिण्यै नमः ।
ॐ बाहुवाराह्यै नमः ॥ १००॥

ॐ स्वप्नवाराह्यै नमः ।
ॐ भगवत्यै नमो नमः ।
ॐ ईश्वर्यै नमः ।
ॐ सर्वाराध्यायै नमः ।
ॐ सर्वमयायै नमः ।
ॐ सर्वलोकात्मिकायै नमः ।
ॐ महिषनाशिनायै नमः ।
ॐ बृहद्वाराह्यै नमः ॥ १०८॥

इति वाराह्यष्टोत्तरशतनामावलिः सम्पूर्णा ।

108 Names of Sri Mahavarahi Meaning:

1) Salutations to the One who is boar faced. She digs very deep into our karmas and liberates us. She leaves nothing to chance and helps us recover from all troubles.
2) Salutations to the One who is the consort of Lord Varaha, an Avatar of Lord Viṣnu.
3) Salutations to the One who has a blessed form. She is the granter of all wishes to Her devotees and takes cares of them at all times.
4) Salutations to the One who has a very fierce form and an agitated appearance. She tears apart all the enemies – internal and external and protects Her devotees at all times. She is an ugra devata or fierce Goddess.
5) Salutations to the One who has a boar mouth. She devours and consumes all our Karmas and liberates us from all bondage. Her voracious appetite resembling that of a boar is towards consuming all the karmas.
6) Salutations to the One who is none other than the Universal Divine Mother Sri Lalita.
7) Salutations to the One who has a very youthful appearance. This attribute speaks of Her energy and agility to resolve all matters.
8) Salutations to the One who is the Lord of the Universe and all Creation.
9) Salutations to the One who represents the auspiciousness of a Conch shell or sankha. She carries a conch shell in one of Eight Her hands. The blowing of a Conch heralds auspiciousness and dispelling of all misery.
10) Salutations to the One who banishes all misery with Her discus or cakra. She holds a Cakra in one of Her eight arms. The Sudarsana Cakra dispels and conquers all evil and negativity and is considered the most effective weapon. The iconography of this cakra is a hexagon of two interlocking equilateral triangles, representing six seasons in a yearly time cycle, in the center is the seed sound (bīja) ‘hrim’, which represents the changeless, motionless center, the Supreme Cause. The interlocking triangles symbolise the union of the male and female elements of the Universe (puruṣa and prakrti, siva and sakti) or the coming together of the Static and Dyanmic aspects of the Superconsciousness. || 10 ||

11) Salutations to the One who holds a sword, trident and mace in Her hands. All of these represent Her inherent powers to destroy all negativity and bring upon immense prosperity, peace and bliss to Her devotees.
12) Salutations to the One who also has a pestel in Her arms, that is capable of mass destruction. She uses this weapon to bring about massive destruction when needed and may eliminate worlds and/or races.
13) Salutations to the One who also has a plough in Her arms, which also constitutes a part of Her weapons ensemble. She uses the plough to weed out the bad karmas and evil tendencies, as well as expedites the unlearning of all false knowledge within us and supplants with seeds of spirituality and reveals our true form.
14) Salutations to the One who removes and dispells all fears of Her devotees. She banishes all misery and helps Her devotees rise to both spiritual and material heights that they seek.
15) Salutations to the One who grants all the wishes of Her devotees and fulfills their desires.
16) Salutations to the One who has a frightful appearance, which is enough to scare away all enemies, internal and external.
17) Salutations to the One who has a formidable appearance and is horrific to the evil doers and the evil tendencies within.
18) Salutations to the One who manifests the great illusion called maya, which clouds one’s true nature and manifests dualities, triads etc.
19) Salutations to the One who is the messenger of the Divine Mother. She is the One who warns and punishes the wrong doers and also assures Her devotees of protection at all times. She also does not hesitate to punish even Her devotees, if they step out of line.
20) Salutations to the One, who is the Lord of the Universe and all Creation. || 20 ||

21) Salutations to the One, who lifts us from turbid waters and extreme dangers. There is no turbulence that can be greater than Her might. She will lift us and get us out of all difficult situations.
22) Salutations to the One, who causes great obstructions to the enemies and wrong doers. She becomes the enemy to the enemies and eliminates them entirely.
23) Salutations to the One who is the greater charmer. She is the charmer of the charmers. She is mahamaya and is the manifestor of the ultimate illusion that captivates even the celestial beings.
24) Salutations to the One who captivates everything and everyone. She is the cause and effect of all attraction.
25) Salutations to the One who stalls and numbs everything and anything that She so desires.
26) Salutations to the One who is the highest and singular reality. She’s the One who is prayed to by all celestial beings and all higher powers.
27) Salutations to the One who destroys all enemies, internal and external. The internal enemies are greed, ego, selfishness, cunning attitude, lazyness, falsehood, pride etc.
28) Salutations to the One who has eight arms and carries various weapons such as sword, shield, conch shell, discus, a stick and a plough. She also displays the wish granting mudra as well as the fear removing mudra. All of these weapons clear the karmas and destroy all evil.
29) Salutations to the One who has four hands. She is also described as One with four hands holding the wish granting mudra, fear removing mudra and holding a noose and an elephant hook.
30) Salutations to the One who is the sakti or the power of the highly elated or spiritually intoxicated Bhairava – a form of siva. This attribute represents the supreme bliss experienced in the sahasrara cakra represented as siva-sakti-aikya. || 30 ||

31) Salutations to the brown eyed One.
32) Salutations to the One, who is the fifth among the Seven/Eight/Nine matrkas. Varahi is also called Pancami, indicating that She is the fifth form of Sakti, the consort of Sadasiva, responsible for Regeneration of the Universe. The tasks of the Divine Mother Sakti, are Creation, Preservation, Destruction, Dissolution and Regeneration. Creation is carried out by Brahma and his consort Sarasvati. Preservation is by Viṣnu and his consort Lakṣmi. Destruction is by Rudra and his consort Parvati. Dissolution is by īsvara and his consort īsvari. The five elements of air, ether, water, fire and earth are also referred to as Pancami and She lords over them.
33) Salutations to the One, who is the Lord of the entire creation.
34) Salutations to the One who shines forth like a purple-blue gem. This attribute goes with Her complexion.
35) Salutations to the One who resembles a black mountain top. Once again Her complexion is highlighted with this attribute.
36) Salutations to the One who has a lion mount. This attribute indicates that She has ascended and has control over all emotions. A lion represents anger and all tamasic gunas, representing destruction and violence.
37) Salutations to the One who has three eyes. The third eye represents the ajna cakra or the pineal gland, activation of which leads to spiritual abundance.
38) Salutations to the One, who is none other than Syamala or Matangi. Syamala represents knowledge, arts and sciences and is the other Goddess who is closest to Mahaṣoḍasi. This attribute indicates that both Varahi and Syamala are one and the same and are nothing but attributes of Mahaṣoḍasi Herself. Syamala literally means blue in color or dark complexioned. This refers to Her infinite form described as the vast blue sky or the dark space.
39) Salutations to the One, who is nothing but pure bliss and salvation. She is Mahaṣoḍasi Herself.
40) Salutations to the One, who is none other than Siva, the Static Superconsciousness. She is Sakti, the dynamic Superconsciousness and together represent the unmanifested singular reality or Parabrahman. || 40 ||

41) Salutations to the One who is blue in color.
42) Salutations to the One who resembles a blue lotus – indīvara by appearance.
43) Salutations to the One who is endowed with and present even in the most minutest of particles such as atoms and within the individual consciousness. The attribute describes that the Superconsciousness is also existant in the individual consciousness or that they’re one and the same. She is omnipresent and omnipotent.
44) Salutations to the One who is brown in complexion.
45) Salutations to the One who is knowledgable in all arts and sciences and is Matangi Herself.
46) Salutations to the One who is the none other than the Divine Mother Goddess Sakti.
47) Salutations to the One who is supports and sustains the entire creation.
48) Salutations to the One who prevents any sudden misfortune and incidents occurring to Her devotees. She protects us at all times and provides us with what we need.
49) Salutations to the One who heralds auspiciousness all around and grants immense prosperity and happiness to all Her devotees. She inculcates the characteristics of good behavior and morality in Her devotees, which please Her the most.
50) Saluations to the One who is undivided and represents the Whole of creation. || 50 ||

51) Salutations to the One who represents all knowledge, known and unknown, material and spiritual. She is everything that there is and can be.
52) Saluations to the One who is the infinite and One who lasts forever. She is the Superconsciouness that’s manifested and unmanifested.
53) Salutations to the One who represents, attracts and enchants the entire Creation. She is like the gravitational force that attracts everything towards Her.
54) Salutations to the One who has an enormous size. She is infinity personified.
55) Salutations to the One who is the Supreme Godhead and singular reality – Mahesvara/Siva and Mahesvari/Sakti.
56) Salutations to the One who is the prime Goddess of Indra, the Chief of all celestial beings called devas/gods.
57) Salutations to the One who is present everywhere – Omniscient.
58) Salutations to the One who is none other than the Universal Divine Mother Sri Lalita.
59) Salutations to the One who protects us from all dangers and fierce beings and animals. She shields us from all enemies, internal and external. Her devotees will have none to fear, except Her, should they fail to maintain the high moral standards that She stipulates.
60) Salutations to the One who is none other than the Universal Divine Mother Sri Kali. || 60 ||

61) Salutations to the One who instills fear in all our enemies and destroys them.
62) Salutations to the One who consumes all the sacrificial offerings made to Her. In this context, She consumes our ego, pride, anger and all other negative qualities that we offer as a sacrifice to Her and appease Her, to bless us immensely, with Her presence within us, at all times. The attribute interpreted literally means that She enjoys the meat of the animal sacrifice. This is NOT true and only the spiritual meaning should be taken. It is common in tantra to have meanings with a dual purpose and the correct meaning is learnt from a qualified guru.
63) Salutations to the One who represents victory in all pursuits and is therefore called as Jaya (victory) Bhairavi (Goddess Sakti).
64) Saluations to the One who has a dark appearance all over Her body.
65) Saluations to the One who is the consort (Vallabha) of Siva (Paramesvara) and is none other than the Divine Mother Sakti. She is the dynamic aspect of the Superconsciousness.
66) Saluations to the One who drives away all negativity and inauspicousness around us. She ushers in peace and abundance and fulfills all wishes.
67) Salutations to the One who is praiseworthy and One who fulfills all the desires of Her devotees in a timely manner.
68) Saluations to the One who is prayed to by all the celestial beings including the devas or gods.
69) Salutations to the One who has bestowed the power of creation to the Creator Brahma.
70) Salutations to the One who has manifested Herself from the Siva and is also the unmanifested Parabrahman. || 70 ||

71) Salutations to the One who removes all the fears of the Suras or gods and protects them from other celestial beings like asuras etc.
72) Salutations to the One who Herself chose the form of a boar and manifested Herself, to protect all Creation.
73) Salutations to the One who has the most beautiful hips and is ever youthful and attractive. This attribute shows Her power to attract everything and everyone to Herself. It is the Superconsciousness wielding It’s power, to attract the individual conscience towards Itself.
74) Salutations to the One who has a terrific form and displays Her utmost anger and ferocity towards vanquishing all evil.
75) Salutations to the One who wields a blue bow and arrow. Her complexion is also reflected upon Her weapons.
76) Salutations to the One who heralds auspiciousness all around and grants immense prosperity and happiness to all Her devotees. She inculcates the characteristics of good behavior and morality in Her devotees, which please Her the most.
77) Salutations to the One who bestows auspiciousness and grants all the wishes of Her devotees and fulfills their desires.
78) Salutations to the One who is none other than Bagalamukhi, Who stalls the speech of all enemies and makes them tremble in fear. This attribute also represents that Her devotees will also lose all negativity within themselves and will speak Truth. They will hesitate to lie out of fear towards Her and will slowly move towards liberation and become one with Her. She is also referred to as Vakdevi.
79) Salutations to the One who can freeze the hips of all enemies and stall their march towards us. She immobilizes, maims, weakens and ultimately destroys them. Spiritually, this represents the destruction of all our internal evils, manners, habits etc and paving our march towards liberation.
80) Salutations to the One who destroys all enemies, internal and external. The internal enemies are greed, ego, selfishness, cunning attitude, lazyness, falsehood, pride etc. This particular attribute describes Her power to seed madness and confusion in the minds of our enemies and destroy them from within. She prevents them from striking us. || 80 ||

81) Salutations to the One who immobilizes the witnesses and enemies intent on harming us.
82) Salutations to the One who mutes the speech of enemies and prevents them from harming us in any manner.
83) Salutations to the One who immobilizes the speech of enemies intent on harming us.
84) Salutations to the One who annihilates all evil, internal or external.
85) Salutations to the One who bestows Her grace upon all Her sincere devotees and upholds justice and the rule of law. All those who follow good morals and do not harm others, are protected by Her.
86) Salutations to the One who annihilates all evil, internal or external. She condemns the evil doers to hell.
87) Salutations to the One who causes exhaustion and weakness in the ranks and file of the enemies and demoralizes them. She prevents them from causing harm to Her devotees.
88) Salutations to the One who causes immense dissension amongst the enemies and weakens them to the extent that they become harmless. She can also remove the enmity between our enemies and us and promote peace. The enemies referred to are both internal and external.
89) Salutations to the One who prefers Her most fierce and terrific form, to annihilate all evil and usher in peace and prosperity. She cleanses all karma.
90) Salutations to the One who is in the form of all mantras. || 90 ||

91) alutations to the One who is in the form of all yantras/manḍalas.
92) Salutations to the One who is in the form of all tantras. All the tantric procedures are meant for Her appeasement and to obtain Her grace.
93) Salutations to the One who is the seat and form of all spiritual traditions.
94) Salutations to the One who is the Supreme Godhead and singular reality – The Parabrahman Itself.
95) Salutations to the One who ushers in immense fame and fortune to Her devotees. She is srī lakṣmi the Goddess of fame, fortune and all wealth.
96) Salutations to the One who very thought in the minds of Her devotees, brings forth the fulfillment of all material and spiritual desires.
97) Salutations to the One who destroys all misfortune, prevents loss of wealth and dispels misery from Her devotees.
98) Salutations to the One who ushers in immense fame and fortune to Her devotees. She is srī lakṣmi the Goddess of fame, fortune and all wealth.
99) Salutations to the One who brings complete contentment to Her devotees. All material and spiritual desires are met and the devotees reach the pinnacle of spiritual bliss and become one with Her.
100) Salutations to the multi-armed Divine Mother Varahi. || 100 ||

101) Salutations to the form of Varahi, who removes all the illusion or maya that envelops us and reveals our true identity. She removes the delusions in our mind and at times warns us in our sleep, with visions of the future.
102) Salutations to the One who is none other than the Divine Mother Sakti.
103) Salutations to the One who is the consort of Siva and is none other than the Divine Mother Sakti.
104) Salutations to the One who represents all accomplishments, material and spiritual.
105) Salutations to the One who is all pervading and Omniscient.
106) Salutations to the One who pervades and exists everywhere in the multi-dimensional multi-verse.
107) Salutations to the One who removes all ego and false identity in us. She reveals our true nature.
180) Salutations to the Infinite and magnificent form of srī maha Varahi. || 108 ||

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