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Śāradāṣṭakam

O Sarasvatī, Who endows us with new knowledge, Who is decorated with new beauty, Who has face-resplendence equal to one hundred moons, Who is associated with wisdom and Veda, Who is compassionate, and Who is the abode of compassion! Bless and endow this poor soul with wisdom.[1]

O Sarasvatī, Who is beyond the untolerable force of metempsychosis ocean, Who is associated with knowledge which frees from metempsychosis, and Who destroys the hurdles in the cycle of life and death! Bless and endow this poor soul with wisdom.[2]

O Sarasvatī, Who endows us with thoughts, boons, wealth, auspiciousness, the prosperity leading to various deeds and art, pure bliss and happiness, Who is the abode of all the results! Bless and endow this poor soul with wisdom.[3]

O Sarasvatī, Who is the abode of universal splendor and world artistry, Who cannot be spoken by tongue, Who adorns the speech, and Who is heaped with nectar, beauty and bliss!Bless and endow this poor soul with wisdom.[4]

O Sarasvatī, Who is the Goddess of the world, Who is power, Who accompanies a baby swan, Whose eyes are like new-lotus, Who is very beautiful, and Who causes universal splendor! Bless and endow this poor soul with wisdom.[5]

O Sarasvatī, Who is very praiseworthy, Who is beautiful, Who is the three Veda, Who absolves metempsychosis, Who is respected, Who possesses wisdom, Who inspires mind, and Who entices! Bless and endow this poor soul with wisdom.[6]

O Sarasvatī, Who showers fruits on the penance done by sage and seer groups, Who is like light for darkness like ignorance and arrogance, Who is ageless, and Who entices Brahmā! Bless and endow this poor soul with wisdom.[7]

O Sarasvatī, Who possesses happiness, Who has gone away from grief and happiness, Who ornates the earth, Who is the grace of universe, Who is the dear Goddess, and Who does penance! Bless and endow this poor soul with wisdom.[8]

O Satī! Think me as stupid and haughty. Always protect me, [even though] I am always intoxicated with pride. By my mind and my heart, I continuously bow to the One accompanied by a swan, Who is immensely wise, and Who is the abode of qualities.[9]

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Poet: Animeṣa

Book: Stutimaṇḍalasaṅkalana

Translator: Animesh Kumar

Submitter: Animesh Kumar

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