Ashtalakshmi Stotram Lyrics and Benefits

Ashtalakshmi Stotram honors the eight incarnations of Goddess Lakshmi. Lakshmi is revered as the goddess of prosperity and wealth. This mantra is recited by the followers in order to attract eight various kinds of prosperity. It takes all eight of these forms of riches to live a prosperous and happy life. When one is endowed with all eight types of wealth, life is full.

What is Ashtalakshmi Stotram

The lyrics of Ashtalakshmi Stotram Eight stanzas, or poems are devoted to the eight heavenly incarnations of Lakshmi. Lakshmi is worshipped in each of her forms for particular benefits. When chanting, it is always preferable to be aware of the mantra’s meaning. Below is an Oriya translation of the Ashtalakshmi Stotram lyrics. You can recite this every day with devotion to receive the blessings of Lord Surya.

Information about Astalakshmi Stotram

Astalakshmi Stotra is a prayer dedicated to the eight forms of Goddess Lakshmi Lakshmi is considered as the goddess of wealth and prosperity. Devotees chant this mantra to get eight kinds of wealth These eight types of wealth are important for achieving prosperity and happiness in life Life is complete when one is blessed with all the eight types of wealth

The eighth Lakshmi Stotram consists of eight stanzas or verses, dedicated to the eight divine forms of Lakshmi. Each of these forms of Lakshmi is worshiped for specific blessings

  • Adi Lakshmi – She is the primary form of Goddess Lakshmi ‘Adi’ in Sanskrit means first Hence Adi Lakshmi is considered to be the original or first form of Lakshmi He is believed to be the source of all kinds of wealth, including material and spiritual wealth In this manifestation, the goddess supports the seeker to reach their source He is often depicted seated in four arms, carrying a lotus, and in the bharda mudra (blessing pose).
  • Dhan Lakshmi – Dhan Lakshmi is the form worshiped as the goddess of agricultural wealth, which comes from the earth. He is associated with abundant harvest and agricultural wealth He is responsible for all grains, vegetables and other food sources Dhaniya Lakshmi is depicted with four hands in green robes, grains, sugarcane and a pot of gold
  • Dhairya Lakshmi – Dhairya Lakshmi is worshiped as the goddess of courage, confidence and strength. He is associated with the courage and inner strength needed to face life’s challenges Dhairya Lakshmi is often depicted with four arms, seated next to a lion, dressed in red, with a chakra, conch, bow, arrow or trident.
  • Gaja Lakshmi – Gaja Lakshmi is worshiped as the goddess of abundance and wealth associated with animals like cattle. In Sanskrit, Gaja means elephant In ancient times, animals like cows, horses, sheep or elephants were a part of human life. They were considered wealth Gaja Lakshmi is depicted as four-armed, flanked by two elephants, carrying a lotus flower.
  • Santana Lakshmi – Santana Lakshmi is worshiped as the goddess of progeny and fertility Santana in Sanskrit means lineage. Santana Lakshmi blesses the devotees with gifts of children and ensures their well-being She is depicted holding a baby in her arms and the child is holding lotus flowers
  • Vijaya Lakshmi – Vijaya Lakshmi is worshiped as the Goddess of Dharma or Victory Vijaya Lakshmi will bless her devotees with success and victory in their endeavours All obstacles must be overcome to achieve success He is often depicted holding a chakra, sword and shield
  • Vidya Lakshmi – Vidya Lakshmi is worshiped as the goddess of knowledge and wisdom He is also associated with art, music, literature, creativity or any other talent. He will bless his devotees with wisdom and intelligence Vidya Lakshmi’s blessings are necessary to succeed in any academic work He is often depicted sitting in a white robe, holding a book in one hand
  • Dhana Lakshmi – Wealth Lakshmi is worshiped as the goddess of wealth and prosperity He gives financial stability and wealth Wealth can be in any form such as coins, gold, silver or any other material wealth He is worshiped by his devotees to be blessed with material success and prosperity Dhan Lakshmi is often depicted wearing a red garment with six arms, and she holds various symbols of wealth such as gold or coins.

Benefits of Ashtalakshmi

The benefit is therefore Final Release according to this STOTra itself, and while living bestowing the following:

  • The mantra gently improves one’s mood by encouraging humility and thankfulness in the pursuit of prosperity.
  • With consistent practice, the intuitiveness of the mind enables the most advantageous judgments to be taken at the appropriate time. It helps soothe the mind during very trying financial situations at home, in business, or at work.
  • Additionally, the phrase is proven to support your manifestation, particularly in the area of prosperity.
  • Good origin.
  • Good food.
  • Courage.
  • Gait.
  • Progeny.
  • Victory in life.
  • Education.
  • Wealth.
Ashtalaksmi Stotram in Lyrics in English
  • Sumanasa Vandita Sundari Maadhavi, Chandra Sahodari Hemamaye
    Munigana Vandita Mokshhapradaayani, Manjula Bhaashhini Vedanute
    Pankajavaasini Deva Supoojita, Sadguna Varshhini Shaantiyute
    Jaya Jayahe Madhusoodana Kaamini, Aadilakshhmi Paripaalaya Maam |1|
  • Ayikali Kalmashha Naashini Kaamini, Vaidika Roopini Vedamaye
    Kshhira Samudbhava Mangala Roopini, Mantranivaasini Mantranute
    Mangaladaayini Ambujavaasini, Devaganaashrita Paadayute
    Jaya Jayahe Madhusoodana Kaamini, Dhaanyalakshhmi Paripaalaya Maam |2|
  • Jayavaravarshhini Vaishhnavi Bhaargavi, Mantra Svaroopini Mantramaye
    Suragana Poojita Shighra Phalaprada, Gyaana Vikaasini Shaastranute
    Bhavabhayahaarini Paapavimochani, Saadhu Janaashrita Paadayute
    Jaya Jayahe Madhu Soodhana Kaamini, Dhairyalakshhmi Paripaalaya Maam |3|
  • Jaya Jaya Durgati Naashini Kaamini, Sarvaphalaprada Shaastramaye
    Radhagaja Turagapadaati Samaavrta, Parijana Mandita Lokanute
    Harihara Brahma Supoojita Sevita, Taapa Nivaarini Paadayute
    Jaya Jayahe Madhusoodana Kaamini, Gajalakshhmi Roopena Paalaya Maam |4|
  • Ayikhaga Vaahini Mohini Chakrini, Raagavivardhini Gyaanamaye
    Gunaganavaaradhi Lokahitaishhini, Saptasvara Bhooshhita Gaananute
    Sakala Suraasura Deva Munishvara, Maanava Vandita Paadayute
    Jaya Jayahe Madhusoodana Kaamini, Santaanalakshhmi Paripaalaya Maam |5|
  • Jaya Kamalaasini Sadgati Daayini, Gyaanavikaasini Gaanamaye
    Anudina Marchita Kunkuma Dhoosara, Bhooshhita Vaasita Vaadyanute
    Kanakadharaastuti Vaibhava Vandita, Shankaradeshika Maanyapade
    Jaya Jayahe Madhusoodana Kaamini, Vijayalakshhmi Paripaalaya Maam |6|
  • Pranata Sureshvari Bhaarati Bhaargavi, Shokavinaashini Ratnamaye
    Manimaya Bhooshhita Karnavibhooshhana, Shaanti Samaavrta Haasyamukhe
    Navanidhi Daayini Kalimalahaarini, Kaamita Phalaprada Hastayute
    Jaya Jayahe Madhusoodana Kaamini, Vidyaalakshhmi Sadaa Paalaya Maam |7|
  • Dhimidhimi Dhindhimi Dhindhimi-dindhimi, Dundhubhi Naada Supoornamaye
    Ghumaghuma Ghunghuma Ghunghuma Ghunghuma, Shankha Ninaada Suvaadyanute
    Veda Pooraanetihaasa Supoojita, Vaidika Maarga Pradarshayute
    Jaya Jayahe Madhusoodana Kaamini, Dhanalakshhmi Roopenaa Paalaya Maam |8|
  • Ashhtalakshhmi Namastubhyam Varade Kaamaroopini
    Vishhnuvakshhah Sthalaa Roodhe Bhakta Mokshha Pradaayini ||
    Shankha Chakragadaahaste Vishvaroopinite Jayah
    Jaganmaatre Cha Mohinyai Mangalam Shubha Mangalam ||

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