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O Mother! I bow to You, Who is the Goddess, Who bestows love as a Mother, Who is the the only nourishing-mother of this world, Who is compassionate, Who is like nectar, Who is serene, Who is saluted by sons and daughters, Who possesses love and motherly compassion, and Who is Jānakī (Sītā).
I bow to You, Who is the Goddess, Who bestows love as a Mother, Whose anklets bestow bliss, Who has bells on the girdle, Who has golden bracelets, Who has a necklace made with heaps of precious-stones, Who has ear-hoops jewellery, and Who has a shining diamond on the crest.
I bow to You, Who is the Goddess, Who bestows love as a Mother, Whose tress-locks resemble group of clouds, Whose face is shining by a mild-smile, Whose eyes are the house of resplendence, Whose complexion is golden, Who has red bimbā-fruit like lips, Whose face is adorned with glory, and Who is beautiful.
I bow to You, Who is the Goddess, Who bestows love as a Mother, Who has a lotus-garland, Who is adorned by lotus-flowers, Who has lotus-colored apparel, Whose hands are the shelter of lotus, Who is sitting on a lotus-seat, and Whose feet are surrounded by lotuses.
I bow to You, Who is the Goddess, Who bestows love as a Mother, Who bestows luxuries and liberation, Who bestows nourishment and satisfaction, Who bestows knowledge and skill, Who bestows immense bliss, and Who bestows purity, wisdom, power and siddhi (deftness).
Translator: Animesh Kumar
Submitter: Animesh Kumar
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