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There is an ancient text in the Vedic tradition that goes by the name of Markandeya Purana. It gives various rituals and customs for family and society to observe and follow, to lead a happy and successful life. These customs are based on observing the life of real people, how they faced difficulties and overcame challenges and vagaries. Written by sage Markandeya (of Maha Mrityunjaya Mantra fame) it consists of 137 chapters.
Its thirteen chapters from 81 to 93 consisting of 700 verses are called Devi Mahatmya, also as Chandi Path, which is today famous as the Durga Saptashati.
Within the Durga Saptashati, there are some verses known as the Devi Stuti or the Tantrokta Devi Sukta. Today it has become a custom to sing the Devi Stuti in a prayerful and soulful manner, that spreads cheer and brings great good fortune to the participants.
This book is an attempt to elucidate the deep secrets enshrined in these verses, so that the English medium school children can benefit, thereby this knowledge can spread far and wide and reach every home.
या देवी सर्वभूतेषु चेतनेत्यभिधीयते ।
नमस्तस्यै नमस्तस्यै नमस्तस्यै नमो नमः ॥ ७
yā devī sarvabhūteṣu cetanetyabhidhīyate ।
namastasyai namastasyai namastasyai namo namaḥ ॥ 7
या देवी सर्व-भूतेषु चेतना इति अभिधीयते ।
नमः तस्यै नमः तस्यै नमः तस्यै नमः नमः ॥
याf1/1 that देवी f1/1 goddess सर्व-भूतेषु n7/3 residing in all-beings चेतना f1/1 consciousness इति 0 thus अभि-धीयते लट्iii/1 closely-she supports । नमः n2/1 offer bowing down तस्यै f4/1 to thee नमः n2/1 salute तस्यै f4/1 her नमः n2/1 greet तस्यै f4/1 her नमः n2/1 as an act of humble obeisance नमः n2/1 felicitation to she ॥
Contains Original verses in Sanskrit with a Latin transliteration and a lucid English commentary. Word boundary and cases vibhakti are listed for the Sanskrit enthusiast.
Full Color Plates.