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Doha

Maatu Lakshmi Kari Kripaa, Karahu Hriday Mein Vaas I
Manokaamanaa Siddh Kari, Puravahu Jan kii Aas I

Chauratha

Sindhusutaa Main Sumiron Tohii, Jnaan Buddhi Vidyaa Dehu Mohii I
Tum Samaan Nahiin Kou Upakaarii, Sab Vidhi Prabhu Aas Hamaarii II

Doha

Traahi Traahi Dukh Haarini, Harahu Begi Sab Traas I
Jayati Jayati Jai Lakshmi, Karahu Shatru Ko Naas II
Raamadaas Dhari Dhyaan Nit, Vinay Karat Kar Jor I
Maatu Lakshmiidas Pay, Karahu Krapaa Kii Kor II
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Chaupaai

Jai Jai Jagat Janani Jagadambaa, Sab Kii Tumahii Ho Avalambaa
Tumahii Ho Ghat Ghat Kii Vaasii, Bintii Yahii Hamarii Khaasii

Jagajananii Jay Sindhu Kumaarii, Diinan Kii Tum Ho Hitakaarii
Binavon Nitya Tumhe Mahaaraanii, Krapa Karo Jag Janani Bhavaanii

Kehi Vidhi Astuti Karon Tihaarii, Sudhi Lijain Aparaadh Bisaarin
Krapaadrasti Chitabahu Mam Orii, Jagat Janani Binatii Sunu Morii?

Jnaan Buddhi Jay Sukh Kii Daataa, Sankat Harahu Hamaare Maataa
Kshiir Sindhu Jab Vishnumathaayo, Chaudah Ratn Sindhu Upajaayo

Tin Ratnan Manh Tum Sukhraasii, Sevaa Kiinh Banin Prabhudasi
Jab Jab Janam Jahaan Prabhu Liinhaa, Ruup Badal Tahan Sevaa Kiinhaa

Svayam Vishnu Jab Nar Tanu Dhaaraa, Liinheu Avadhapurii Avataaraa
Tab Tum Prakati Janakapur Manhin, Sevaa Kiinh Hraday Pulakaahii

Apanaavaa Tohi Antarayaamii, Vishvavidit Tribhuvan Ke Svaamii
Tum Samaprabal Shakti Nahi Aanii, Kahan Lagi Mahimaa Kahaun Bakhaanii

Man Kram Bachan Karai Sevakaaii, Manuvaanchhint Phal Sahajay Paaii
Taji Chhal Kapat Aur Chaturaai, Puujahi Vividh Bhaanti Man Lai

Aur Haal Main Kahahun Bujhaaii, Jo Yah Paath Karai Man Laaii
Taakahan Kouu Kast Na Hoii, Manavaanchhit Phal Paavay Soii

Traahimahi Jay Duhkh Nivaarini, Vividh Tap Bhav Bandhan HaariniZ
Jo Yah Parhen Aur Parhaavay, Dhyan Lagavay Sunay Sunavay

Taakon Kou Na Rog Sataavay, Putr Aadi Dhan Sampati Paavay
Putrahiin Dhan Sampati Hiinaa, Andh Vadhir Korhii Ati Diinaa

Vipr Bulaaii Ken Paath Karaavay, Shaankaa Man Mahan Tanik Na Laavay
Path Karaavay Din Chalisa, Taapar Krapaa Karahin Jagadiishaa

Sukh Sampatti Bahut Sii Paavay, Kamii Nanhin Kaahuu Kii Aavay
Baarah Maash Karen Jo Puujaa, Ta Sam Dhani Aur Nahin Duujaa

Pratidin Paath Karehi Man Manhii, Taasam Jagat Katahun Kou Naahiin
Bahuvidhi Kaa Men Karahun Baraaii, Lehu Pariikshaa Dhyaan Lagaaii

Kari Vishvaas Karay Brat Nemaa, Hoi Siddh Upajay Ati Prema
Jay Jay Jay Lakshmi Mahaaraanii, Sab Mahan Vyaapak Tum Gunkhaanii

Tumhro Tej Praval Jag Maannhin, Tum Sam Kou Dayaalu Kahun Naahiin
Mo Anaath Kii Sudhi Ab Lijay, Sannkat Kaati Bhakti Bar Dijay

Bhuulchuuk Karu Chhimaa Hamaarii, Darasan Dijay Dasaa Nihaarii
Binu Darasan Byaakul Ati Bhaarii, Tumhinn Akshat Paavat Dukh Bhaarii

Nahinn Mohi Jnaan Buddhi Hai Tan Mann, Sab Jaanat Tum Apane Man Men
Roop Chaturbhuj Kari Nij Dhaaran, Kasht Mor Ab Karahu Nivaaran

Kehi Prakaar Mein Karahun Baraaii, Jnaan Buddhi Mohin Nahin Adhikaaii
Uthi Kainn Praatakaray Asanaanaa, Jo Kachu Banay Karay So Daanaa

Ashtami Ko Brat Karay Ju Praanii, Harashi Hraday Puujahi Mahaaraanii
Solah Din Puujaa Vidhi Karahii, Aashvin Krishn Jo Ashtamii Parahii

Takar Sab Chhuutain Dukh Daavaa, So Jan Sukh Sampati Niet Paavaa

Chaupaai in English

Glory, glory, all glory to you, O Lakshmi! May you be infinitely merciful to me and give me men and money, and considering me as your own devotee, be my refuge.

Victory, all victory to you, O owner of the world’s treasure; you are blessed with good luck and immense fortune. Glory, glory to you, O Goddess who luxuriates in the water-borne lotus where you abide) and who wanders from heart to heart!

Glory, glory to you, Mother Lakshmi, beloved consort of Vishnu and daughter of Jalanidhi (Ocean).With prayerful humility does Sundardasa tell you that you are, O Mother, his only support.

O mother Lakshmi, you fulfil very want (grant all happiness); what makes you delay being merciful to the helpless? O primordial origin (and source) of the world, beloved consort of Vishnu, you are the dispeller of the gloom covering the three spheres!

To none has your mysterybeen comprehensible (by none can the depth of your truth be fathomed); (endowed with miraculous powers that you are) you sow the seeds of prosperity and harvestit all in a moment. As you are infinite, the Serpent King and others fail to discover your secret, so matchless, mysterious and endless is your glory.

The new moon lies resplendent amid the crown upon your head while your third eye adorns the middle of your forehead. Strings of gems are swaying glitteringly around your neck like pendants (attached to your earrings) while your green blouse looks splendid on your body.

The garland of lotuses on your bosom looks splendid, and shames the thousand-faced Serpent-king when he looks at its beauty. You are clad in a russet sari the border of which is studded with pure emerald and which flutters in the wind.

You wear a winning bunch of triple bells studded with gems on your girdle and ankle-bells, which jingle on your lotus-feet. Infinitely winsome, you are verily a source of inextinguishable refulgence and a goddess endowed with eighteen arms all beautifully equipped with weapons and other objects.

The most outstanding of them are a club, a lotus, a three-pronged trident, a sword, a conch, a disc, a bow and arrows. In addition to these you also hold a thunderbolt, a vessel made of wood or earth (used for keeping water by ascetics and religious students), anoose or trap (used as weapon), an axe and a sacred string of Rudraksha seeds.

A vessel containing anectarine juice (or the very essence of nectar) adorns one of your hands, while the gong, proclaiming your victory over the demons, is producing a deep ringing sound. O Mother, the story of your origin is delightful, so say the Vedas and the Puranas, who always join in singing your glory.

Once upon a time when Brahmawas displeased with the demons, a war broke out between them and the gods. It was so dreadful a battle that all the three spheres turned into a vast battlefield.

It was then the redoubtable demon Mahisha displaying his own indomitable might, vanquished the gods with the help of a ruse and crowning himself king of the celestials, sat glorious on Indra’s throne.

Observing this (victory ofthe demon), Vishnu and Shiva lost their temper and with their fury growing intense, raised their eyebrows (at the demon’s behaviour). O great goddess Lakshmi, you sprang from the rich soil all by your own great mass energies and radiance congealed into your own body.

When the gods and ascetics saw you, they were filled with joy; each of them gave you a weapon (endowed you with his own power). In your face dwells Shankara as your radiance and on your arms lies Vishnu as your lustre and vigour.

Brahma became your feet and the Sun your fingers; Agni, the god of fire, became the light of your eyes;Prajapati gave you the rows of beautiful teeth and Kubera your name Lakshmi.

You derived all your might from the gods and thus, O Mother, did you become the embodied strength of the gods. When you burst into guffaws and roared like thunder-clouds, all the ten quarters shook ad trembled with fear.

The ocean leapt and the earth moved and a fierce battle raged which cannot be described. The infinitely heavy burden of the earth was more violently with utter weariness.

Mountains trembled as do the minds of men averse to Rama (If one’s mind rambles, it is on account of his aversion to Rama) When the demon Mahisha exercised his delusive powers in various ways with no effect (on the gods or on the course of the battle), he consequently got wearied (and abandoned his attempt to subdue the gods or tocomprehend the mystery of their invulnerability).

Then, O Mother, you caught hold of his hair and slew him, which caused the celestial deities to beat their kettledrums in joy. Blessed, all blessed are you, O Mother Shri, whose praise is sung by the Serpent-King, the great Lord Shiva and many others.

O originator of the cosmos (the very source of all life), is there anyone who can match you I generosity? You bless even the most wretched and impecunious with happiness and prosperity. If one is truly devoted to you, O Mother, he is rid of all his fears and afflictions.

You, O Lakshmi are ever I service of Truth and dwell in the hearts of the truthful (of those who are truly devoted to you). O Mother, if one sings your glories with all sincerity, you fill his home with inexhaustible treasures.

Riches pour down on one whoobserves the beauty of your countenance and touches your feet. He is filled with rapturous delight, and yet yearns again and again for a sight of you. O Mother, hearing my repeated cries do show yourself to me.

With the sage Durvasa in his mind, Sundardasa holds on to the feet of mother Lakshmi, his only hope. She has rewarded him with a treasure which, instead of diminishing, contributes to deep felicity everyday. He who hymns this praise of the great goddess Lakshmi with attention and observes purity and rules of religious conduct, attains prosperity though he may be deep in debt.

Increasingly prosperous and happy does he become, proclaim the Shastras and the Scriptures. O Mother, the embodiment of bliss, you reward him ultimately with great felicity and peace and enable him to attain the path of liberation.
         
         


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