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Indira Stotram by Animesh, Indira, Lakshmi, Laxmi Stotram

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Indirāstotram

O Lakṣmī, Who is dear to Rāma, Who is the daughter of Ocean 1, Who is formless, Who is polymorphic, Who supports as the soul, Who is serene, Who is eternally-pure, Who bestows riches, Who bestows wisdom, Who is the grace of the chest of Viṣṇu, and Who is Indirā! Please be happy on me.[1]

O Lakṣmī, Who is worthy to be prayed by the world, Who blazes the forest of metempsychosis, Who bestows grace on the world, Who apportions fame or defame, Who bestows every desire, Who consists of every grace, Who is the grace of the chest of Viṣṇu, and Who is Indirā! Please be happy on me.[2]

O Lakṣmī, Who is the grace of Kṣīrasāgara 2, Who is Śriyā, Who is the daughter of Janaka (Sītā), Whose form emerged on ocean-churning, Who is art, Who is Rukmiṇī (the consort of Kṛṣṇa), Who is worship, Who is honored by worship, Who is beautiful, Who is the grace of the chest of Viṣṇu, and Who is Indirā! Please be happy on me.[3]

O Lakṣmī, Who has a lotus-seat, Who has lotus-like eyes, Who has lotus in hands, Who is the abode of wealth, Who is the grace of earth, Whose teeth are like pearl-garland, Who is power, Who is the grace of the chest of Viṣṇu, and Who is Indirā! Please be happy on me.[4]

O Lakṣmī, Who is without pride, Whose form is beyond the scope of voice, Who is auspicious, Who nurtures as a Mother, Who is beyond the scope of Māyā, Who destroys the ocean of grief, Who bestows purification, perfection (siddhi), prosperity and health, Who is the grace of the chest of Viṣṇu, and Who is Indirā! Please be happy on me.[5].

O Lakṣmī, Who is knowledge in form, Who is pure, Who is beautiful, Who is Śriyā (wealth), Who is worthy of worship by the world, Who rules over demi-gods, Who is intelligent, Who is like divine-nectar, Who is respected by Śambhu, Who rules the world, Who is beyond everything, Who is the grace of the chest of Viṣṇu, and Who is Indirā! Please be happy on me.[6]

O Lakṣmī, Who is like fire for the pride-like tree, Who protects righteousness, Who is worshipped with flower garlands, Who is power, Who is hard to achieve, Who is honored by demi-gods and Brahmā, Who is adorned with flowers, Who is the grace of the chest of Viṣṇu, and Who is Indirā! Please be happy on me.[7]

O Lakṣmī, Who bestows salvation, Who is born without a mother, Who speaks mellow, Who is worshipped by Kāla, Who ruled over the monkeys (as Sītā), Who is the temple of qualities, Whose eyes are like beautiful lotus, Who is meditated upon, Who is worshipped, Who is the grace of the chest of Viṣṇu, and Who is Indirā! Please be happy on me.[8]

Footnotes:

1 Lakṣmī emerged out of Kṣīrasāgara, the ocean of milk, during the churning of Ocean by the demi-gods and the demons. She is referred as daughter of ocean since She emerged out of ocean. Lakṣmī (and Sītā) is also referred as ‘ayonijā’, not born from womb, since She came out of the ocean.

2 Lakṣmī accompanies Viṣṇu in Vaikuṇṭha which is inside Kṣīrasāgara, the ocean of milk.

References

Poet: Animeṣa

Book: Stutimaṇḍalasaṅkalana

Translator: Animesh Kumar

Submitter: Animesh Kumar

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