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Ashtalakshmi Stotram With Meaning and Lyrics

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Ashtalakshmi stotram is a devotional hymn dedicated to the 8 forms of Goddess Lakshmi, who bestows auspiciousness, luck, wealth, and prosperity. The eight stanzas of this hymn describe the eight divine forms of the Goddess and praise them.

The lyrics of the Stotram are composed in a simple manner so that devotees can remember them easily and recite them.

Generally, Lakshmi is seen as the Goddess who grants wealth to her devotees. But wealth is not just money; it also means many other things like luck, health, and family.

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Goddess Lakshmi as Adi Lakshmi grants Moksha, while Dhanya Laksmi bestows food. Santhana and Vijaya Lakshmi bestow offspring and victory, respectively.

When devotees chant the Ashta Lakshmi stotram with a proper understanding of its lyrics and meaning, it will enable them to improve their spiritual connection with the Goddess and get their wishes fulfilled.

One can chant the stotram whenever one wishes to. No special conditions need to be met when reciting the stotram. Chanting the stotram on Fridays or daily in the mornings and evenings is believed to be very beneficial and capable of bringing auspiciousness.

Ashtalakshmi Stotram Lyrics and Meaning:

Adi Lakshmi:

Sumanasa Vandita Sundari Madhavi Chandra sahodari hemamaye
Munigana vanditha moksha-pradayanini Manjula bhashini vedanuthe
Pankaja-vasini Deva supujitha Sadguna varshini santhiyuthe
Jaya Jaya hae Madhusudhana kamini Adi Lakshmi sada palaya mam (1)

O Goddess Adi Lakshmi, the one who is worshipped by the good, the enchanting one Madhava’s consort and Chandra’s sister, the one filled with gold
 O Goddess, who is praised by the Sages and their followers, the bestower of Moksha(salvation), whose speeches create happiness, the Goddess praised by the Vedas
The one who dwells in the Lotus, worshipped by the Devas, the bestower of good qualities, the one with a pleasant heart
Victory, Victory to you, dear (consort) of Madhusudhana, Goddess Adi Lakshmi, please rule me with your mercy.

Dhanya Lakshmi:

Ayi kali kalmasha nasini kamini Vaidika rupini Vedamaye
Ksheera samudhbhava Mangala rupini Mantra-nivaasini Mantranuthe
Mangala dayini Ambuja vasini Devaganaasritha padayuthe
Jaya Jaya hae Madhusudhana kamini Dhanya Lakshmi sada palaya mam (2)

O Goddess Dhanya Lakshmi, the mother who destroys the doshas of Kali-yuga, the beloved of Madhusudana, present with the divine form that was personified in the Vedas
Born from the Milky ocean with an auspicious form, who dwells within the Mantras and the one whose heart is present in Mantras
The giver of auspiciousness, who dwells in the Lotus, whose feet act as a refuge to the Devaganas
 Victory, Victory to you, dear (consort) of Madhusudhana, Goddess Dhanya Lakshmi, please rule me with your mercy.

Dhairya Lakshmi:

Jaya vara varnini Vaishnavi Bharghavi Mantra swarupini Mantramaye
 Suragana pujitha seeghra phalaprada Gnana vikasini Sastranuthe
 Bhava bhaya haarini papa-vimochani Sadhu janaasritha padayuthe
 Jaya Jaya hae Madhusudhana kamini Dhairya Lakshmi sada palaya mam (3)

The one who is present in a great form, the one belonging to Vishnu, the daughter of Sage Bhrigu (hence called Bhargavi), O the form of Mantras and being the mantras herself.
The one praised by the Sura ganas, who quickly grants the good wishes and enlightens internal knowledge, who is praised by the Shastras
The remover of fears and the one who liberates from sins, whose feet act as a refuge for the pious
Victory, Victory to you, dear (consort) of Madhusudhana, Goddess Dhairya Lakshmi, please rule me with your mercy.

Gaja Lakshmi:

Jaya jaya durgathi nasini Kamini Sarva phalaprada sastramaye
Radha Gaja Turga padadi samaavrutha Parijana manditha lokanuthe
Hari Hara Brahma supujitha sevitha Taapa nivarini padayute
Jaya Jaya hae Madhusudhana kamini Gaja Lakshmi rupena palaya mam (4)

Victory, victory to you, O Goddess, the destroyer of bad fate, Kamini – the beloved of Madhusudhana, the bestower of all wishes
 Who has chariots, elephantry, cavalry, and infantry accompany her, the one who is revered by people all over the world
 The one who is worshipped and served by Hari, Hara, and Brahma. The one whose feet can remove the anxiety of unfulfilled desires.
 Victory, Victory to you, dear (consort) of Madhusudhana, Goddess Gaja Lakshmi, please rule me with your mercy.

Santhana Lakshmi

Ayikhaga vahini Mohini Chakrini Raga-vivardhini Gnanamaye
Guna gana vaaradhi loka-hitaishini Swarasaptha bhushitha gananuthe
Sakala Suraasura Deva Muneeshwara Manava vanditha padayuthe
Jaya Jaya hae Madhusudhana kamini Santana Lakshmi twam palaya mam (5)

O the one who rides on a flying bird, the enchanting one, who holds the chakra in her hands, the one who increases the affection, the embodiment form of the knowledge
The ocean of good attributes, who desires the well-being of the worlds, praised by the songs that are incredibly composed with the saptha swaras or the seven notes
The one whose feet are worshipped by the Suras, Asuras, Devas, Muneeshwaras, and Manavas.
Victory, Victory to you, dear (consort) of Madhusudhana, Goddess Santhana Lakshmi, please rule me with your mercy.

Vijaya Lakshmi

Jaya Kamalasini sadgati daayini Gnana-vikasini ganamaye
 Anudina marchitha Kumkuma dhusara Bhushitha vaasitha vadyanuthe
 Kanakadhara stuti vaibhava vanditha Sankara-desika manyapade
 Jaya Jaya hae Madhusudhana kamini Vijaya Lakshmi sada palaya mam (6)

Victorious, O Goddess seated on the Lotus, the one who gives good fate, who enlightens the internal knowledge, the embodied form of Music
O the one who is adorned with Kumkuna, that’s used by her devotees to worship, the one entertained by playing musical instruments
Whose feet are praised by the Adi Shankara, by the Kanakadhara stuti, which is filled with glorious words
Victory, Victory to you, dear (consort) of Madhusudhana, Goddess Vijaya Lakshmi, please rule me with your mercy.

Vidya Lakshmi

Pranatha Sureshwari Bharathi Bharghavi Soka-vinasini ratnamaye
 Manimaya bhushitha karna vibhushana Santi samavrutha Hasyamukhe
 Navanidhi daayini kalimala haarini Kamita phalaprada hasthayuthe
 Jaya Jaya hae Madhusudhana kamini Vidya Lakshmi sada palaya mam (7)

O Goddess Bhargavi (daughter of Bhrigu) The one who is served by Sachi and Saraswathi, the destroyer of sorrows, an embodied form of precious gems
The one who has earrings, filled with precious gems, who has a peaceful and smiling countenance
The one who bestows all nine treasures, remover of the sins of Kali-yuga, and whose hands grant the boons.
 Victory, Victory to you, dear (consort) of Madhusudhana, Goddess Vijaya Lakshmi, please rule me with your mercy.

Dhana Lakshmi

Dhimi-dhimi dhimdhimi dhimdhimi-dhimdhimi Dumdhubhi nada supurnamaye
Ghuma-ghuma ghumghuma ghumghuma ghumghuma Shankha-ninaada suvaadyanuthe
Veda puraneethihasa supujitha Vaidikamarga pradarsayuthe
Jaya Jaya hae Madhusudhana kamini Dhana Lakshmi rupena palaya mam (8)

O the Goddess who is filled up or surrounded by the sounds like Dhimi Dhimi Dhim Dhimi coming from the Dumdhubhi drums
The one who is praised and worshipped by sounds like Ghuma ghuma ghumghuma by blowing the conches and from various instruments
The one praised by the Vedas, Puranas, and Ithihasas, who shows the path of righteousness by her acts
 Victory, victory to you, dear (consort) of Madhusudhana, Goddess Dhanya Lakshmi, please rule me with your mercy.

Benefits of Ashtalakshmi stotram

The Ashtalakshmi stotram praises and worships the eight forms of Goddess Lakshmi and seeks her mercy. This is one of the popular stotrams of the Goddess, just like the Kanakadhara Stotram and Mahalakshmi Ashtakam.

Devotees believe that by reciting the Ashtalaksmi stotram, one can get great benefits like attaining good attributes, fortune, courage, wealth, education, children, and victory. Reciting this stotram is believed to create all forms of auspiciousness.

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