Sri Lakshmi Ashtottara Satanama Stotram – Powerful Mantra for Wealth

Sri Lakshmi Ashtottara Satanama Stotram

Sri Lakshmi Ashtottara Satanama Stotram

Sri Lakshmi Ashtottara Satanama Stotram is the most Powerful Mantra for Wealth and Abundance

Here is the Sri Lakshmi Ashtottara Satanama Stotram

Om sri Devyuvacha: Deva deva! Mahadeva! Trikalagna! Maheshwara
Karunakara ! Devesa! Bhaktanugrahakaraka!     ||
Astottarasatam laksmyah srotumicchami tattvatah     | |

Isvara uvacha

Devi !  Sadhu mahabhage mahabhagya pradayakam
sarvaisvaryakaram punyam sarvapapa pranasanam‌     ||

sarvadaridyra samanam sravanadbhukti muktidam‌    |
rajavasyakaram divyam guhyadguhyatamam param    ||

durlabham sarvadevanam catuspasti kaḷaspadam‌    |
padmadinam varantanam nithinam nityadayakam‌    ||

samasta deva sansevyam anima dyastasiddhidam   |
kimatra bahuno ktena devi pratyaksadayakam   ||

tavapritya dyavaksyami samahitamanasmrnu |

asyasri laksmyastottara satanamastotramahamantrasya
srimahalaksmistu devata
klim bijam bhuvanesvari saktih
sri mahalaksmi prasada sidthyarde jape viniyogah

karanyasam 
om srim sum angustabhyannamah
om srim sim tarjanibhyannamah
om srim sam madhyamabhyam namah
om srem sem anamikabhyam namah
om sraum saum kanisthikabhyam namah
om sram sam karatalakaraprsthabhyannamah

anganyasah
om sram sam hrdayayanamah
om srim sim sirase svaha
om srum sum sikhayai vasat
om srem sem kavacaya hum‌
om sraum saum netratrayaya vausat
om sram sam astraya phat

Dhyanam

vande padmakaram prasannavadanam saubhagyadam bhagyadam  |
hastabhyamabhayapradam maniganaih nanavidhaih bhusitam  ||

bhaktabhista varapradam harihara brahmadibhissevitam
parsve pankaja sankhapadmanidhibhih yuktam sada saktibhih  ||

sarasijanayane sarojahaste dhavalataransukagandhamalyasobhe  |
bhagavati harivallabhe manojne tribhuvanabhutikariprasidamahyam‌ ||

prakrtim vikrtim vidyam sarvabhuta hitapradam   |
sraddham vibhutim surabhim namami paramatmikam‌  ||   1

vacam padmalayam padmam sucim svaham svadhansudham  |
dhanyam hiranmayim laksmim nityapustam vibhavarim‌  || 2

aditinca ditim diptam vasudham vasudharinim
namami kamalam kantam kamaksim krodha sambhavam  ||   3

anugraha padam rddhim anagham harivallabham |
asokamamrtam diptam lokasoka vinasinim‌ || 4

namami dharmanilayam karunam lokamataram |
padmapriyam padmahastam padmaksim padmasundarim‌ || 5

padmodbhavam padmamukhim padmanabhapriyam ramam‌ |
padmamaladharam devim padminim padmagandhinim‌ || 6

punya gandham suprasannam prasadabhimukhim rabham |
namami candravadanam candram candrasahodarim‌ || 7

caturbhujam candrarupam indira mindusitalam ।
ahladajananim pustim sivam sivakarim satim‌ || 8

vimalam visvajananim pustim daridrya nasinim |
priti puskarinim santam suklamalyambaram sriyam‌ ।। 9

bhaskarim bilvanilayam vararoham yasasvinim ।
vasundhara mudarangam harinim hemamalinim‌ || 10

dhanadhanyakarim siddhim strenasaumyam subhapradam |
nrpavesmagatanandam varalaksmim vasupradam‌ || 11

subham hiranyaprakaram samudratanayam jayam |
namami mangalam devim visnuvaksahsthalasthitam‌ || 12

visnupatnim prasannaksim narayanasamasritam ।
daridyradhvansinim devim sarvopadrava varinim‌ || 13

navadurgam mahakalim brahmavisnusivatmikam ।
trikalajnana sampannam namami bhuvanesvarim‌ || 14

laksmim ksirasamudrarajatanayam srirangadhamesvarim ।
dasibhuta samastadeva vanitam lokaika dipankuram
srimanmandakataksa labda vibhava brahmendra gangadharam
tvam trailokyakutumbininsarasijam vande mukundapriyam‌ || 15

matarnamami kamale kamalayataksi
srivisnuhrtkamalavasini visvamatah
ksirodaje kamala komala garbhagauri
laksmiprasida satatam namatansaranye || 16

Phalasruti

Trikalam yo japet‌ vidvan‌ sanmasam vijitendriyah।
daridyradhvansanam krtva sarvamapnotyayatnatah || 17

devinama sahasresu punyamastottaram satam
yena sriya mavapnoti kotijanma daridratah || 18

bhrguvare satam dhiman‌ pathet‌ vatsaramatrakam
astaisvaryamavapnoti kubera ivabhutale || 19

daridyramocanam nama stotramambaparam satam
yena sriya mavapnoti kotijanma daridratah || 20

bhuktvatuvipulan‌ bhoganasya sayujyamapnuyat‌
pratahkale pathennityam sarvaduhkhopasantaye || 21

pathanstu cinta yeddevim sarvabharana bhusitam

Benefits of reciting Sri Lakshmi Ashtottara Satanama Stotram

The word ‘Lakshmi’ is derived from the Sanskrit word “Laksya”. Lakshya means ‘aim’ or ‘goal’,

Srilakshmi Devi is the goddess of wealth and prosperity, both material and spiritual.

She is the goddess of prosperity, wealth, purity, generosity, and the embodiment of beauty, grace and charm.

Here are the Graceful Benefits of Reciting Sri Mahalakshmi ashtottara shatanama stotram

These benefits are detailed in the Phalasruti of this stotram.

Srilakshmi Devi will grace those devotees who recites this stotram with pure devotion with

  • Abundant Wealth
  • Self Realisation
  • Liberation
  • Peace
  • Victory
  • Removes the poverty

What are the Thiru Naamams of Sri Lakshmi

  1. Sri
  2. Malar magal
  3. Lakshmi
  4. Padma
  5. Padmaja
  6. Padmasini
  7. Sri Devi
  8. Narayani
  9. Thilakavathy
  10. Kamalavathy

What are the Different forms of Sri Lakshmi Goddess:

The Goddess Sri Lakshmi has 8 Forms

  1. Sri Aadhi Lakshmi – Adi Lakshmi is the primordial form of Goddess Lakshmi. She is the root cause of all existence and without her existence whole creation is inconceivable. Due to her elemental form Adi Lakshmi should be worshipped with full devotion and pure heart.
  2. Sri Gaja Lakshmi
  3. Sri Dhana Lakshmi
  4. Sri Dhaanya Lakshmi – Dhanya means grains. Lakshmi is the Goddess of the Harvest and the Devi who blesses with abundance and success in harvest. Harvest is a time of abundance after a long period of patience and tending to fields. This symbolizes the inner harvest, that, with patience and persistence, we obtain the abundance of inner Joy through the blessing of Dhanya Lakshmi.
  5. Sri Santhana Lakshmi
  6. Sri Vijaya Lakshmi
  7. Sri Vidhya Lakshmi
  8. Sri Dhairya Lakshmi

As per the scriptures, The Mahabharata, Srilakshmi was born from the stirring of the primeval milky ocean by the gods and demons.

Following the intervention of Brahma and Vishnu, Lakshmi miraculously appeared from this sea of clarified butter clothed all in white and radiating youth and beauty.

For this reason the goddess is sometimes called Ksirabdhitanaya, ‘daughter of the sea of milk’.

Lakshmi immediately gave herself to Vishnu’s protection and for this reason she is said to dwell on Vishnu’s chest giving rise to one of the god’s alternative names, Shrinivas meaning ‘the dwelling place of Sri’.

Sri (Shri) means prosperity, and is another of Lakshmi’s many names.

According to the Harivamsa Lakshmi is the mother of Kama, the god of love and so provides an interesting parallel to the Greek goddess Aphrodite and her son Eros, the former also born from a foaming sea.

Goddess Maha Lakshmi is enchantingly beautiful, and is standing on a lotus holding lotuses one in each of her hands and is called Padma, or Kamala.

A popular song we used to sing during Lakshmi Puja

Eso sonar barani rani go amar, shankha, kamala karey |

Eso ma Lakshmi, boso ma Lakshmi, thako ma Lakshmi gharey ||

Baatey baatey dechho bharey bharey phal, mathey mathey dechho dhan |

Goshtey goshtey Kapila Sushila dudher naditey tulechey baan ||

Amai sada dudhey bhatey rekho go, tumi achala hoia theko go |

Tomari anna, Annapurna, dibo ma tomari korey ||

Come Oh my Golden Queen (Goddess of wealth, Lakshmi), With conch and lotus in your hands. Come, sit and stay in my house, Oh the Goddess of wealth (Lakshmi.) You have blessed fruits in every branch, paddy in the fields, Cows – Kapila, Sushala, in every cow-shed, and tides came in the river of milk. Keep me happy with milk and rice (prosperity) Stay fixed in my residence I will give food in your hands that you gave to me, Oh the Goddess with abundent food.

Each time Vishnu incarnated, she incarnated with him. This depicts her love and devotion towards her husband.

She is also adorned with a lotus garland. 

Goddess Lakshmi Devi with red colored saree. This red coloured saree symbolizes the continuous activity and positive energy.

Vishnu represents all that is male and Lakshmi, all that is female.

Sri Lakshmi four hands signify her power to grant the (chatur vidha) four type of purusharthas (ends of human life), dharma (righteousness), artha (wealth), kama (bodily pleasures), moksha (beatitude).

The lotuses in various stages of blooming, represent the worlds and beings in various stages of evolution.

The coconut with the shell, kernel and water connotes that she is the origin of the three levels of creation, the gross, the subtle and the extremely subtle. 

In the Vedas (“wisdom books”), the earliest scriptures of the Hindu tradition, Lakshmi is born of the presence of “Sri”, which translates as splendor, glory, majesty, brilliance, and the divine power of auspiciousness.

It is the power of life and vitality, well-being, abundance, and prosperity. In the later Vedic period, the qualities known as sri came to be recognized as manifesting in a form called “lakshmi,” which literally means an imprint, an embodied expression, a manifestation of sri.

No longer abstract, this form transforms into deity and the Vedic songs begin to sing of ‘sri’ and ‘lakshmi’, sometimes together and sometimes separately. Thus, Lakshmi as deity is born.

During the crouching of Thiru Paarkadal, lots of precious things came out from that. And one among them was Sri Lakshmi with brightness.

After coming out from the Paarkadal, she resided on to the thiru Maarbu (Chest) of Sriman Narayanan.

Various Puranams say that Sri Lakshmi originated from Agni, Water, Land etc; but instead of analysing them, let us know about the great Goddess and how does She extends Her thirukKaram towards us.

SriLakshmi is the Goddess of wealth. Although we tend to measure wealth in terms of money but in the spiritual sense, wealth refers to divine knowledge. Lakshmi puja is closely connected with Diwali in Northern India and the business community worships Lakshmi with great pomp and show.

Lakshmi is the sister of Saraswati and Goddess Durga is their mother.

Lakshmi is married to Naryana, another name of Vishnu.

By tradition, bells are not rung during Lakshmi puja in Bengali families although conch is blown.

Goddess Srilakshmi Temples

Sripuram Golden Temple, Vellore

Sripuram Golden Temple, one of the biggest in India, is located in Vellore of Tamil Nadu.

It is dedicated to goddess Lakshmi and is a unique temple in India; the shrine and the temple tower is coated in gold foil.

The temple has a star shaped path representing Shri Chakra (wheel) and is situated in a small hill called Malaikodi.

Lakshmi Narayan Temple (Birla Mandir), Delhi

The temple is dedicated to Goddess Lakshmi and Vishnu.

An interesting fact is that, Birla Mandir was inaugurated by Mahatma Gandhi and today it one the prominent tourist attractions in Delhi.

A large number of devotees visit this temple during Diwali festival and Krishna Janmastami.

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