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Mahishasura Mardini Stotram English Overview
Mahishasura Mardini Stotram is a popular and devotional scripture.Mahishasura Mardini Stotram is an important part of Bhagavati Padya Pushpanjali Stotra, written by Ramakrishna Kavi. The stotra honors the subduing of Mahisha, the buffalo demon.
The Puranas is primarily written by Guru Adi Sankaracharya. He was one of the most famous and influential Indian Vedic scholars and sages. Mahishasura Mardini Stotram is sung in praise of Goddess Durga and describes the way she destroyed many Rakshasas (Demons).
Mahishasura Mardini Stotram is a prayer to Goddess Durga, written following her victory over the demon Mahishasura. It is dedicated to the Goddess Durga. If you recite this hymn of the Goddess, then all worries of your life will removed.
If you are going through many difficulties in your life then you deserve the best. Reciting Mahishasurmardini Stotra pdf with full devotion may be worth considering.
Generally, we recite the Chandi Patha during Navratri, but it can be time-consuming or difficult for some people, such as those with illnesses. Reciting Mahishasura Mardini Stotram will still provide us the blessing of Goddess Durga.
Lyrics in English:
Ayi giri-nandini Nanditamedini viswa-vinodini nandanute
Girivara vindya sirodhini vasini Vishnu-vilasini Jishnunute
Bhagavathi hae shiti kantha kutumbini bhuri-kutumbini bhurikruthe
Jaya Jaya hey Mahishasura Mardini ramyakapardini sailasuthe (1)
Sura-vara Varshini Durdhara Dharshini Dhurmukha Marshini Harsharathe
Tribhuvana Poshini Shankara Toshini Kalmasha Moshini Ghosharathe
Dhanuja Niroshini Ditisuta Roshini Durmada Soshini Sindhusuthe
Jaya Jaya hey Mahishasura Mardini ramyakapardini sailasuthe (2)
Ayi Jagadamba madamba kadamba vana priya vaasina Haasarathe
Sikhari siromani tunga Himalaya srunga nijalaya madhyagathe
Madhumadhure Madhu Kaithabha ganjani Kaitabha bhanjini Raasarathe
Jaya Jaya hae Mahishasura Mardini ramyakapardini sailasuthe (3)
Ayi Satakhanda Vikhanditha Runda vi Tunditha-shunda Gajadhipathe
Ripu-gaja ganda vi Daarana-chanda Paraakrama-shunda Mrugadhipathe
Nijabhuja-danda nipathitha khanda vipathitha Munda Bhatadhipathe
Jaya Jaya hae Mahishasura Mardini ramyakapardini sailasuthe (4)
Ayi Rana Durmada shatru vadhodhitha durdhara nirjara Shakthi bruthe
Chatura vichara dhureena MahaSiva-duta kurta Pramadhadhipathe
Duritha dureeha durasaya durmati Danava-duta Krutamtamathe
Jaya Jaya hae Mahishasura Mardini ramyakapardini sailasuthe (5)
Ayi Sharanagatha vairiva dhuvara veera varaabhaya daya kare
Tribhuvana mastaka sula Virodhi Sirodhi krutamala Shulakare
Dumi-dumi tamara Dumdhubhi nadha maho mukharee-kruta Digmakare
Jaya Jaya hae Mahishasura Mardini ramyakapardini sailasuthe (6)
Ayi nija Humkruthi maatra niraakrutha Dhumravilochana Dhumrasathe
Samara Visoshitha sonithabeeja samudbhava sonitha beeja lathe
Siva Siva Sumbha-Nisumbha mahahava tarpitha Bhutha Pisacharathe
Jaya Jaya hae Mahishasura Mardini ramyakapardini sailasuthe (7)
Dhanuranu sangara nakshana sanga parispuradanga natathkatake
Kanaka pisanga prushatka nishanga rasadbhata srunga hatahvatuke
Kruta Chaturanga bala skithiranga ghatad bhahuranga valatkatake
Jaya Jaya hae Mahishasura Mardini ramyakapardini sailasuthe (8)
Suralala natata Theyitha Theyi kruthaabinayodhara Nruthyarathe
Krutha kuku thahkuku thogada dhaadika thaala kuthuhala Gaanarathe
Dhudhukutta Dhukkutta Dhimdimi-tadh-dvani Dheera-Mrudamga Ninaadarathe
Jaya Jaya hae Mahishasura Mardini ramyakapardini sailasuthe (9)
Jaya Jaya japya jaye Jaya shabdha parastuti tatpara Viswanuthe
Ghana ghana ghim ghimi ghimkruta nupura Shimjitha mohitha Bhuthapathe
Natitha natardha Nateenatanayaka natitha natya Suganarathe
Jaya Jaya hae Mahishasura Mardini ramyakapardini sailasuthe (10)
Ai sumanah sumanah sumanah sumanah-su-manohara kantiyuthe
Sritaraja neeraja neeraja neeraja nerajanee-kara vaktravruthe
Sunayana vibrama rabrama rabrama rabrama rabramaraadhi-pathe
Jaya Jaya hae Mahishasura Mardini ramyakapardini sailasuthe (11)
Mahitha mahahava mallama tallika mallita rallaka malla-rathe
Virachitha vallika pallika mallika bhillika bhillika varga-bruthe
Sitakruta pulli samulla sitaruna tallaja pallava sallalithe
Jaya Jaya hae Mahishasura Mardini ramyakapardini sailasuthe (12)
Avirala gandaka lanmada medura matta Matanga Gajarajapathe
Tribhuvana bhushana bhutha Kalaanidhi rupa payonidhi Rajanuthe
Ayi sudateejana lalasa manasa mohana Manmadha Rajasuthe
Jaya Jaya hae Mahishasura Mardini ramyakapardini sailasuthe (13)
Kamaladalamala komala kanti kalakalitamala balalathe
Sakala vilasa kala nilayakrama kelikalath-kala-hamsakule
Alikula samkula kuvalaya mandala maulimilad va kulalikule
Jaya Jaya hae Mahishasura Mardini ramyakapardini sailasuthe (14)
Kara murali rava veejitha kujitha lajjitha Kokila manjumathe
Militha milinda manohara gumjitha rangitha shaila-ni-kunja gathe
Nija guna bhutha maha sabaree gana Sadguna sambrutha Kelithale
Jaya Jaya hae Mahishasura Mardini ramyakapardini sailasuthe (15)
Katithata peetadukula vichitra mayukha tiraskrutha Chandraruche
Pranatha Surasura mauli manisphura damsela sannakha Chadraruche
Jitakankachala mauli padorjitha nirbharakunjara kumbhakuche
Jaya Jaya hae Mahishasura Mardini ramyakapardini sailasuthe (16)
Vijitha sahasra karaika sahasra karaika sahasra karaikanuthe
Krutha Sura Taraka sangara Taraka sangara Taraka Sunusuthe
Suradha samadhi samana samadhi samadhi samadhi Sujatha-rathe
Jaya Jaya hae Mahishasura Mardini ramyakapardini sailasuthe (17)
Padakamalam karunanilaye parivasyathi yonudinam sa Shivae
Ayi Kamale Kamalanilaye Kamalanilayah sa kadham na bhaveth
Tava padameva parampada mithyanuseelayatho mama kim na Shivae
Jaya Jaya hae Mahishasura Mardini ramyakapardini sailasuthe (18)
Kanaka lasatkala sindhu jalairanu sinchinuthe guna rangabhuvam
Bhajathi sa kim nu Sachikucha kumbhata thateepari Rambha sukhanubhavam
Tava Charanam saranam karavani nataamaravaani nivaasi Sivam
Jaya Jaya hae Mahishasura Mardini ramyakapardini sailasuthe (19)
Tava vimalendukulam vadanendumalam sakalam nanu kulayate
Kimu puruhuta pureendu mukhi sumukhee bhirasau vimukhi kriyethe
Mama tu matam Shivanama dhane bhavatee krupaya kimuta kriyathe
Jaya Jaya hae Mahishasura Mardini ramyakapardini sailasuthe (20)
Ayi mayi deena-dayalutaya krupayaiva tvaya bhavithavyamume
Ayi jagatho janaee krupayasi yadhasi tadhanubhi-thasirathe
Yaduchita-matra bhavatyurari kurutaa durutaapama-pakurute
Jaya Jaya hae Mahishasura Mardini ramyakapardini sailasuthe (21)
1) O daughter of the mountain, who makes the whole earth happy, who makes the whole universe rejoice, praised by Nandin. dwelling on the peak of the great Vindhya mountain, glittering widely, (variation? giver of joy to Vishnu), praised by those desirous of victory. O Goddess, wife of the blue-necked Siva, One who has many families, One who has done a lot. be victorious, be victorious, O destroyer of the demon Mahisa, with beautiful braids of hair, daughter of the mountain Himalaya.
2) O bestower of boons on Gods, One who assails those hard to control, who tolerate those with ugly faces (?), one engrossed in rejoicing. One who nourishes the three worlds, One who pleases Sankara, One who removes sins, and One who engrosses in the sound of Om (?). One who is angry with the progeny of Danu (demon), One who is angry with the sons of Diti (also demon), One who destroys those with evil intoxication of pride, daughter of the ocean.
3) O mother of the world, my mother, One who loves to dwell in a forest of Kadamba trees, One who keeps on smiling. One who is on her own dwelling on the tall peak of the Himalaya, the greatest among the mountains. One who is very sweet like honey, One who has the treasure of demons Madhu and Kaitabha, destroyer of the demon Kaitabha, engaged in dancing.
4) O One who split the heads (of demons) into hundreds of pieces and One who cut the trunks of great battle elephants. whose great lion is skilled in terrifying valour in tearing apart the temples of enemy elephants. One who has cut down into pieces the heads of enemy chieftains with the strength of her own arms.
5) O One who holds the invincible and undiminishing striking force which arose on the occasion of killing the enemies who were hard to subdue on the battlefield. who made Pramatha, the great attendant of Shiva, a leader in subtle thinking, her commander (?) . who decided to destroy the messenger of demons who were sinful, with evil intentions, thoughts and mind.
6) O One who gives protection to the great heroic husbands of the enemy wives who have come seeking refuge. One holds in her hands a spotless spear pointed towards the head of the opponent who is causing great pain for all the three worlds. One who is like the blazing hot sun, aroused by the power of resounding noise of the drums of Gods.
7) O One who has blown aside hundreds of streams of smoke coming from demons with smoking eyes merely with her own roaring. who is like a vine of blood drops grown from the dried blood drops in battle? One who delights in the company of auspicious Shiva, Shumbha, Nishumbha, and the spirits who were fed during the great battle.
8) One who decks herself with dancing ornaments on throbbing limbs at the moment of the battle, making her bow ready. who killed the huge enemy soldiers with a shining sword and with (arrows from) a quiver which has golden brown spots. who made the battleground with the fourfold army into a stage with a colourful drama with screaming little soldiers.
9) O you who take delight in the dancing of heavenly damsels made excellent by the acting out of tatatheyi-tatheyi-tatha/tathA! O you who are full of laughter, amorous gestures and hulAsa (meaning uncertain, but probably something along the lines of abandon)! O you who possess immeasurable love for afflicted persons bowing before you (i.e., seeking refuge in you)! O you who rejoice in the sustained/deep sound, dhimikaTa-dhikkaTa-dhikaTadhimi, of the mRdaGga drum! O vanquisher of the demon MahiSa! O one bearing attractive knotted hair! O daughter of the mountain! Victory to you! (translation by Prof. Aklujkar)
10) Be victorious! be victorious! whose victory should be sung, praised by the whole universe ready to sing the praise extolling her victory. who attracted the attention of shiva by twinkling bells and making various sounds of dancing. who delights in beautiful singing and in dance-drama presented by a leading dancer acting out the role of an actress with half of his body.
11) O Divine Mother, I invoke You and take refuge in Your Auspicious Feet) Salutations to You O Divine Mother; I Invoke You; Whose Beautiful Mind is United with a Charming Appearance, (I Invoke You) Whose Beautiful Face makes Subserviant the Beauty of the Moon Light of Night by Hiding them with Its Own Beauty, Whose Beautiful Eyes Conquer the Beauty of the Bees by Its Own Beauty, Victory to You, Victory to You, (I take Refuge in Your Auspicious Feet) O the Destroyer of Demon Mahishasura; (Victory to You) Who Shine with Beautiful Locks of Hair and Who is the Daughter of the Mountain (translation by greenmsg.org)
12) Salutations to the Divine Mother who is accompanied in the great battle against excellent wrestlers (fighters), by girls who appear tender like jasmine who are fighting against the enemies. Their accompaniments are composed of girls from the bheel tribe who are tender like creepers of village jasmine and buzz like swarms of bees (or crickets). On whose face plays a smile created By joy which appears like dawn shining forth with red colour and blossoming the excellent buds. Victory to you, the destroyer of the demon Mahishasura, who has beautiful locks of hair and who is the daughter of the mountain. (translator unknown)
13) Who is in charge of huge royal elephants in fury whose rut is streaming down their temples incessantly? princess, the daughter of the ocean, who has the beauty of the moon, the ornament of all the three worlds. princess of cupid who enchants the minds desirous of ladies with beautiful teeth.
14) Whose spotless forehead is enhanced by the beautiful complexion, pure and delicate like that of lotus petals? whose flock of swans is moving sportingly with steps which are the marks of all beautiful arts. whose bees from the Bakula trees meet on the tops of lotus flowers which are crowded with (their own) bees.
15) Whose sweet cooing sounds made with the flute held in her own hands have put to shame the Kokila bird and who has sweet thoughts. who is in colourful mountain groves pleasantly resounding with the assembled mountain folks? whose playground is filled with good qualities of the flocks of the great tribal women who are manifestations of her own qualities.
16) Who has set aside the brilliance of the moon with the colourful rays coming from the yellow silk she is wearing on her waist? whose toenails shine like the moon because of the rays emanating from the crest jewels of the bowing gods and demons. whose breasts outshine the temples of wild elephants and the high peaks of the golden mountains.
17) Oh Goddess, the only time praised by the thousand hands of Sahasrarjuna who had excelled the thousand-rayed Sun by his valour, having a son like Karttika who had fought a victorious battle in the clash between gods and Tarakasura, one for whom pleasure is created in the accomplishment (accorded by Şage Medhas) by giving justification for the self-same mental agony of (King) Suratha and (the vaisya) Samadhi, who has crushed the demon. Mahisha, wearing a charming knot of hair, Oh Daughter of Mountain (Himalaya), Victory to you, Victory to you.
18) O benevolent goddess accompanied by Shiva, if someone daily cherishes your lotus-like feet. (contd. from prev line) then, O lotus dwelling Lakshmi, how will he not become wealthy? O auspicious Goddess, is there anything that I would not have if I earnestly believe that your feet are the highest goal to be achieved?
19) If someone bathes you, the playground of virtues, with shining golden waters of the ocean. will he not experience in heaven the happiness (equal to that of Indra) embracing the full bosom of Sachi? O Goddess worshipped by the speech of Gods, I take refuge in your feet, which are also the abode of Shiva.
20) Oh, Pure One, the person who looks upon your moonlike face together with its digits causing a bond (with your essence) as the bank (beyond which the river of sorrow does not proceed) – will he ever be turned away by the ladies of Indra’s City, having moonlike faces and auspicious faces? Oh, Goddess, having the name of Siva as her treasure, or my opinion is that with kindness you achieve it. Oh Goddess, who has crushed the demon, Mahisha, wearing a beautiful knowledge of hair, Oh Daughter of Mountain (Himalaya), Victory to you, Victory to you.
21) O Uma, you should be kindly disposed toward me because of your virtue of compassion toward the meek. (meaning unclear) . you may choose to do (with me) whatever is appropriate, she removes the great pain (of her devotees).
Steps to recite Mahishasura Mardini Stotram:
- For the recitation of this hymn first of all take a bath in the morning and wear clean clothes.
- Now sit and offer flowers, garlands, etc. on the picture or statue of the mother.
- After this, worship her with Dhoop, Deep etc. and offer the prasad.
- Now recite the Mahishasur Mardini Stotram with a calm mind and perfect concentration.
- After this pray it will removal of all your troubles.
- Reciting the Mahishasura Mardini Stotram brings peace, happiness and prosperity to home.
- If you want power, then worship the goddess Durga and recite this stotra with reverence.
- Worshipping of goddess Durga will automatically remove any major trouble you’re experiencing by the grace of Durga Ji.
- There are many ways you can worship Durga, but reciting the Mahishasura Mardini Stotram may be one of the best.
- It has been said from scripture, that whoever recites Maa Mahishasurmardini Stotra will not face any crisis.