Vindhyeshwari Chaalisa




I
Sanskrit wording:
English wording:
Namo Namo Vindhyeshwari Namo Namo Jagdamba I
Sant janon ke kaj men karati nahin vilamh II 1 II
Hindi meaning:
English meaning:
I salute to Shree Vindhyeshwari to Shree Jagdamba (Mother of the World) who never delay in fulfilling noble person’s desires.



II
Sanskrit wording:
English wording:
Jai Jai Jai Vindhyachal rani I Adi Shakti jad vidita Bhavani II 2 II
Hindi meaning:
English meaning:
Victory, Victory, Victory to Shree Vindhyachal Rani (The Queen of the Vindhyachal) who is the Primal Power and knwon in the world by the name of Bhavani.



III
Sanskrit wording:
English wording:
Sinha Vahini Jai Jag Mata I Jai Jai Jai Tribhuvan sukhdata II 3 II
Hindi meaning:
English meaning:
Victory to the Mother of the World whose vehicle is the lion. Victory to the Mother providing solace to the entire World.



IV
Sanskrit wording:
English wording:
Kasht nivarani Jai Jag Devi I Jai Jai Jai Asurasur sevi II 4 II
Hindi meaning:
English meaning:
Victory to the Goddess of the World who redeems all afflictions. Victory to the Mother ever serviced by the demon and gods alike.



V
Sanskrit wording:
English wording:
Mahima amita apar tumhari I Shesh sahas mukh varnat hari II 5 II
Hindi meaning:
English meaning:
Infinite is thy glory whose description is beyond the capacity of the Serpent Shesh despite his having a thousand hoods or mouths.



VI
Sanskrit wording:
English wording:
Deenan ke dukh harat Bhavani I Nahin dekhyo tum sam kou dani II 6 II
Hindi meaning:
English meaning:
O Bhavani ! I have not seen any one having more charitable desposition. O Reedemer of the distressed persons woes !



VII
Sanskrit wording:
English wording:
Sab kar mansa purvat mata I Mahima amita jagat vikhyata II 7 II
Hindi meaning:
English meaning:
O Mother ! You fulfil your devotees’ desires and for this you are famous all over the world.



VIII
Sanskrit wording:
English wording:
Jo jan dhyan tumharo lave I So turatahi wanchhita phal pave II 8 II
Hindi meaning:
English meaning:
He who worships you with single minded devotion immediately has all his ambitions fulfilled.



IX
Sanskrit wording:
English wording:
Tu hi Vaishnavi aru Rudrani I Tu Hi Sharada aru Brahmani II 9 II
Hindi meaning:
English meaning:
You are yourself the form of Goddess Vaishnavi. You are also Rudrani (wife of Lord Rudra or Lord Shiva). You are Goddess Sharada and you are Brahmani (wife of Brahma).



X
Sanskrit wording:
English wording:
Rama Radhika Shyama Kali I Tu hi Matu Santan pratipali II 10 II
Hindi meaning:
English meaning:
Various forms of Goddesses–Rama, Radhika and Kali–are really your different forms. O Mother, you also protect and preserve noble persons.



XI
Sanskrit wording:
English wording:
Uma Madhavi Chandi Jwala I Begi mohi par hou dayala II 11 II
Hindi meaning:
English meaning:
Uma, Madhavi, Chandi and Jwala are your different names. Kindly shower your favour upon me soon.



XII
Sanskrit wording:
English wording:
Tum hi Hingalaj Maharani I Tum hi Sheetala aru Vigyani II 12 II
Hindi meaning:
English meaning:
You are also known as Maharani of Himgalaj and Mother Sheetala. The entire knowledge and wisdom of the world reposes in thee.



XIII
Sanskrit wording:
English wording:
Tum hi Lakshmi jag sukhdata I Durga durg vinashani Mata II 13 II
Hindi meaning:
English meaning:
You are giving happiness to the world in the form of Goddess Lakshmi. You are Durga Mata who trounces the citadel of afflictions !



XIV
Sanskrit wording:
English wording:
Tum hi Janhavi aru Unnani I Hemavati Ambe Nirvani II 14 II
Hindi meaning:
English meaning:
You are Janhavi (Ganga) and you are the incarnation of Unnani and you are Amba in the form of Hemavati to provide salvation to the souls !



XV
Sanskrit wording:
English wording:
Ashthabhuja Varahini Devi I Karat Vishnu Shiv ja kar sevi II 15 II
Hindi meaning:
English meaning:
You are the Eight armed Varahani (slayer of the lion) Devi whom Lords Vishnu and Shiva ever service.



XVI
Sanskrit wording:
English wording:
Chausatti Devi Kalyani I Gauri Mangala sab gun khani II 16 II
Hindi meaning:
English meaning:
You are the Chausath (64 forms of Goddess) Devi ensuring every being’s welfare and you are also the mine of all virtues. O Goddess Mangala and Gauri !



XVII
Sanskrit wording:
English wording:
Patan Mumba Dant Kumari I Bhadrakali sun vinay hamari II 17 II
Hindi meaning:
English meaning:
O Bhadrakali renowned by the names of Patan Mumba and Danta Kumari, please heed to my supplication !



XVIII
Sanskrit wording:
English wording:
Vajra dharani shoka Nashini I Ayurakshani Vindhyavasini II 18 II
Hindi meaning:
English meaning:
O Weilder of the Thunderbolt and Destroyer of all afflictions. O Vindhyavasini Devi, protect our life and enhance our age.



XIX
Sanskrit wording:
English wording:
Jaya aur Vijaya Baitali I Matu Sankati aru Vikrali II 19 II
Hindi meaning:
English meaning:
Jaya, Vijaya, Baitali, Sankati Mata and Vikrali are your various names !



XX
Sanskrit wording:
English wording:
Naam ananta tumhar Bhavani I Barane kim manush agyani II 20 II
Hindi meaning:
English meaning:
O Bhavani ! Infinite are your names. How can an ignorant man like me describe them all.



XXI
Sanskrit wording:
English wording:
Ja par kripa Matu tav hoi I Tau waha kare chahe man joi II 21 II
Hindi meaning:
English meaning:
O Mother ! With your favour a man can achieve anything he likes.



XXII
Sanskrit wording:
English wording:
Kripa karahu mo par Maharani I Siddh karau Ambe mum bani II 22 II
Hindi meaning:
English meaning:
O Queen of Goddess ! Shower thy favour on me and fulfil my ambition !



XXIII
Sanskrit wording:
English wording:
Jo nar dhare Matu kar dhyana I Ta kar sada hoya Kalyana II 23 II
Hindi meaning:
English meaning:
He who worships Mata with devotion is ever happy and prosperous.



XXIV
Sanskrit wording:
English wording:
Vipati tahi sapnehu nahi ave I Jo Devi kau Jap karave II 24 II
Hindi meaning:
English meaning:
He who chants the name of the Goddess never faces any trouble even in dreams !



XXV
Sanskrit wording:
English wording:
Jo nar kahan rina hoya apara I So nar path karey shatvara II 25 II
Hindi meaning:
English meaning:
He who is buried under heavy debt should chant this (chalisa) for a hundred times.



XXVI
Sanskrit wording:
English wording:
Nishchaya rina mochan hui jayi I Jo nar path kare man layi II 26 II
Hindi meaning:
English meaning:
He who reads this (Chalisa) with single minded devotion shall clear all his debts without any problem.



XXVII
Sanskrit wording:
English wording:
Astuti jo nar padhe padhave I Ya jag men so bahu sukh pave II 27 II
Hindi meaning:
English meaning:
He who reads these hymns with devotion and also makes others read them derives much pleasure in this world.



XXVIII
Sanskrit wording:
English wording:
Jaka Vyadhi satave bhai I Jap karati sab door parai II 28 II
Hindi meaning:
English meaning:
When anyone falls ill or gets afflicted with the evil spirits, he must read this to get release from all the problems.



XXIX
Sanskrit wording:
English wording:
Jo nar ati bandhan men hoi I Bar hazar Path kar soi II 29 II
Hindi meaning:
English meaning:
If a man be in some grave bondage, he must read this (Chalisa) a thousand times to get the release.



XXX
Sanskrit wording:
English wording:
Nishchaya bandhan se chhuti jai I Satya vachan mum manahu bhai II 30 II
Hindi meaning:
English meaning:
He shall definitely get released from all bondages. O brother ! Deem my saying to be true.



XXXI
Sanskrit wording:
English wording:
Jo par jo kachhu sankat hoi I Nishchaya Devihi sumire soi II 31 II
Hindi meaning:
English meaning:
If anyone be facing any trouble, he must chant the praises of the Goddess with devotion.



XXXII
Sanskrit wording:
English wording:
Ja kahan putra hoya nahin bhayi I So nar ya vidhi kare upayi II 32 II
Hindi meaning:
English meaning:
If a couple be without any male issue, then they must follow this method (given below).



XXXIII
Sanskrit wording:
English wording:
Pancha baras so path karave I Nauratan mahan vipra jimave II 33 II
Hindi meaning:
English meaning:
The couple must worship the Goddess continuously for five years and must feed the Brahmans during the Navratra (The nine nights devoted to Devi’s worship.)



XXXIV
Sanskrit wording:
English wording:
Nishchaya honya prasanna Bhavani I Putra dehin takanha gun khani II 34 II
Hindi meaning:
English meaning:
If one does the chanting of the Devi’s name with full ritual he shall definitely be blessed with a virtuous son by the Goddess’s grace.



XXXV
Sanskrit wording:
English wording:
Dhwaja Nariyal ani chadhave I Vidhi sameta poojan karvave II 35 II
Hindi meaning:
English meaning:
That devotee, after getting the son, should come to the Temple of Vindhyavasini Devi and offer a coconut shell, hoist a flag and do the ritual worship ceremonially.



XXXVI
Sanskrit wording:
English wording:
Nita prati path kare man layi I Prem sahita nahin ani upayi II 36 II
Hindi meaning:
English meaning:
There is no othe go save worshipping the Goddess every day with full devotion.



XXXVII
Sanskrit wording:
English wording:
Yaha Shree Vindhyachal Chalisa I Rank padhat hove avaneesa II 37 II
Hindi meaning:
English meaning:
If even a pauper reads these hymns of the Goddess, he can also become like a king.



XXXVIII
Sanskrit wording:
English wording:
Yaha jani acharaj manahu bhai I Kripa drishtihi ja par hoi jai II 38 II
Hindi meaning:
English meaning:
Please do not get surprised but if the Goddess showers Her favour even the impossible achievements become achieveable by a devoted man.



XXXIX
Sanskrit wording:
English wording:
Jai Jai Jai Jag Matu Bhavani I Karahu kripa mo par jan jani II 39 II
Hindi meaning:
English meaning:
O Mother of the World ! Deeming me to be Your devotee, please grant me your grace. O Bhavani ! Victory ! Victory ! Victory to thee !!



XXXX
Sanskrit wording:
English wording:
Yaha Chalisa jo koi gave I Sab sukh bhog parampad pave II 40 II
Hindi meaning:
English meaning:
He who sings these forty couplets devoted to the glory of the Goddess enjoys every please of the world and (after death) attains to the Highest State.



Shree Vindhyeshwari Strota


Sanskrit wording:


English wording:
  • Nishumbhu Shumbhu garjini, prachand mund khandini I Bane rane prakashini, bhajami Vindhyavasini II
  • Trishool munda dharini, dhara vighat harini I Grihe-grihe niwasini, bhajami Vindhyavasini II
  • Daridra dukkha harini, sada vibhuti karini I Viyoga shoka harini, bhajami Vindhyavasini II
  • Lasatsulolalochanam, latasanam varapradam I Kapal-shool dharini, bhajami Vindhyavasini II
  • Karabjadanda dharam, Shivashivam pradayani I Vara-varananam subham bhajami Vindhyavasini II
  • Kapeendra jamini pradam, tridha swaroop dharini I Jale-thale niwasini, bhajami Vindhyavasini II
  • Vishishta shishta karni, vishal roop dharini I Mahodare vilasini, bhajami Vindhyavasini II
  • Purandaradi sewatam, puradivansha khanditam I Vishudha buddhikarini, bhajami Vindhyavasini II

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