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Kshipra Phal Prad Dhanlakhsmi Stotram (Dhanalakshmi Stotram)

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Kṣipraphalapradadhanalakṣmīstotram

(O Dhanadā) Who is everything in form! Salutations. (O Dhanadā) Who is a giver of all auspicious! Salutations. (O Dhanadā), Who is noble, and Who is the giver of great wealth of all types! May salutations be for You, Dhanadā.[1] O Goddess (Dhanadā), Who is the giver of all enjoyment, Who has fulfilled the great desires (of everyone), Who is the giver of bliss and liberation, and Who is noble! May salutations be for You, Dhanadā.[2]

O Goddess, Who is as Brahman in form, Who is always blissful, Who is as existence and thought and joy (eternal bliss) in form, and Who holds the giver of siddhi! May salutations be for You, Dhanadā.[3] O Goddess, Whose resplendence resembles a rising sun, Whose halo is like the rising sun, and Who is a giver of bliss elements! May salutations be for You, Dhanadā.[4]

(O Dhanadā) Who is bliss in form, Who is the joy of eternal bliss, Whose appearance is a cause (reason) of joy, and Who is the destruction of the world in form! May salutations be for You, Dhanadā.[5] O Goddess, Who is the five elements in form, Who is always engrossed in the pañcācāram (five conducts),1 and Who is a giver of desires to the sādhaka (worshipper)! May salutations be for You, Dhanadā.[6]

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1 The meaning of pañcācāram varies. It may mean pañca + ācāram for five-lettered mantra .o namaḥ śivāya. It may also mean pañcopacāra done during worship. It may also mean the five ācāra namely liṅgācāra, sadācāra, śivācāra, gaṇācāra, and bhṛtyācāra. It may also mean jñāna, darśana, caritya, tapas, and vīrya.

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Translator: Animesh Kumar

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