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  1. DEVI Mahatmyam. The title of the scripture describing her origin even has the word 'goddess' in it! I think they're trying to promote their philosophy by being dishonest in their translation. I don't see how one can get 'demigod' or 'demigoddess' out of 'deva' or 'devi'. Krishna is called 'Vasudeva' and no one translates that as 'demigod of the Vasu clan'. Balaram is called 'Baladeva' and no one translates that as 'strong demigod'. They aren't trying to give the 'general idea of the passage' in translating it like that. They're just incorporating their own ideas into their biased translations. I have no problem with people worshipping MahaVishnu. I'm not trying to make anyone give up their worship of Vishnu. I would just like it if some of Lord Vishnu's worshipers would stop degrading the other devas and devis, as if it were some alternate way of praising Vishnu.
  2. What? Where did you get that ridiculous conception from? Yamuna would be the closest deity to being a goddess of the underworld, not Durga.
  3. What, exactly, is calling Durga "half of a goddess" based on? Is she specifically called "half-a-devi" in a scripture, Vaishnava or otherwise? Please, do tell, raghu.
  4. I think we're both over this conversation. Jai Sita-Ram.
  5. कर्म That's karma. As far as poetic justice, I'm not sure. It seems like there should be some type of alternative phrase that would be more relevant to Indian thought that would fit better in sanskrit. Sadly, I can't think of one.
  6. Such humility must only exist among the saints! Where did your guru say that? He said they had to kill themselves, not participate in some massive boycott or sit-in for civil rights.
  7. You can always tell a great Vaishnava by how many insults they hurl. You do realize that I was just replying to your for amusement, right? Okay. Have a nice day!
  8. What the hell? What does that even mean? So many of your posts make no sense whatsoever.
  9. Ranjeet: Shiva Manasa Puja Rathnai Kalpitham asanam, Himajalai snanam cha divyambaram, Naana rathna vibhooshitham mruga madha modhanvitham Chandanam, Jathi champaka bilwa pathra rachitham, pushpam cha deepam Thada, Deepam deva dayanithe pasupathe, hrud kalpyatham gruhyatham. I offer you an imaginary throne made of precious jewels, I offer you bath in the water of melted snow from the Himalayas, I offer you holy silken cloth to wear, I adorn you with very many precious jewels, I offer you musk and sandal, I offer you Bilwa and Champaka flowers, And I offer you the holy lamp, But all these I offer in the portal of my mind, Please God who is merciful and who is the Lord of all beings, Accept my offerings and bless me. Souvarne nava rathna Ganda Rachithe, pathre Grutham Payasam, Bakshyam pancha vidam Payo dadhiyutham, rambha phalam panakam, Saaka namayutham jalam ruchikaram, karpoora gandojwalam, Thamboolam manasa maya virachitham Bhakthyo prabho sweekuru Sweet rice in a golden bowl inlaid with the nine jewels, the five kinds of food made from milk and curd, bananas, vegetables, sweet water scented with camphor, and betel leaves - I have prepared all these in my mind with devotion. O lord, please accept them. I offer you Ghee and the sweet payasam in golden vessel , Decorated with nine type of precious gems, I offer you five different dishes made of curd and milk, I offer you panakam made of sweet fruits, I offer you tasty sweet scented water to drink, I offer you the lamp made of camphor along with tinkling bells, And I offer you betel leaf and nut, But these are offered by my mind with utter devotion to you, So Lord Kindly accept and bless. Chathram Chamarayoryugam vyajanagam, chaa darshakam nirmalam, Veena bheri mrudanga kahala kala geetha nruthyam thada, Sasthangam pranthi sthuthir bahu vidha, hyethat samastham maya, Sankalpena samapitham thava vibho , poojam gruhana prabho. I offer you a pretty stage, I offer you couple of decorative fans, I also offer you shining mirror, I offer you Veena, kettledrums, Mrudanga and a very big drum, I offer you song and dance, I offer you full prostration, I offer you several types of prayers, But all these I offer you my Lord, in my mind So Lord kindly accept this my worship. Aathma thwam Girija Mathi sahacharaa, prana sarreram gruham, Pooja theey vishayopa bhoga rachana, nidhra samadhi sthithi, Sanchara padayo pradakshina vidhi, , sthothrani sarva giraa, Yadyath karma karomi thathad akhilam, shambho thavaradhanam. My soul is your temple my lord, My activities are thine attendants, My body is thine home, My acts to please my senses are thine worship, My act of sleep is the deep meditation on thee, All my walks with my feet are thine perambulations, What ever falls from my mouth are thine prayers, Oh Lord, everything I say and do are thine forms of worship. Kara charana krutham vaak kayajam karmajam vaa, Sravana nayanajam vaa maanasam vaa aparadham, Vihithamavihitham vaa sarva methath Kshamaswa, Jaya Jaya katunabdhe sri Mahadeva Shambho. Please pardon Oh lord All those acts committed by me, By hands, by action, by body or By hearing, by my sight, or by my mind, Whether they are proper or improper.. Victory oh victory, Oh, ocean of mercy, Oh, The greatest of Gods and Oh benevolent one. Matha cha Parvathy Devi, Pitha devo Maheswara, Bandhava Shiva Bakthamscha, Swadeso Bhuvana thray. My mother is the goddess Parvathy, My father is the Lord Shiva, My friends are the devotees of Shiva And my native place is all the three worlds. Gauri Dashaka Leela labdha stapita luptakila lokaam, Lokaa teetair yogibir antashira mrugyam, Balaaditya sreni samaana dyuti punchaam, Gowri mamba maboorahakshie maham meede. 1 I adore my mother Gauri, who has lotus like eyes, Who playfully creates and destroys the worlds, Who is sought after by the mind of yogis, who are beyond this world, And who is like a collection of light of several suns at dawn. Pratyahara dhyana Samadhi stiti bhaajaam, Nityam chite nirvruti kashtaam kalayantim, Satya janananda mayeem taam tanu madhyam, Gowri mamba maboorahakshie maham meede. 2 I adore my mother Gauri, who has lotus like eyes, Who can be seen by sages in the state of meditation and deep trance, Who resides within our mind inciting it and giving it pure bliss, Who is filled with pure bliss of wisdom and who has a slender waist. Chandra peedaa nandita manda smita vaktraam, Chandra peedalankruta neela alaka bhaaraam, Indropendra archita padambuja yugmam, Gowri mamba maboorahakshie maham meede. 3 I adore my mother Gauri, who has lotus like eyes, Who has a smiling face due to happiness created by Shiva wearing the moon, Who has long dense blue tresses which shines by the moon she wears, And whose lotus like feet is worshipped by Indra and Upendra. Aadhikshantha makshara moortya vilasanteem, Bhoote bhoote bhootha kadamba prasavitreem, Sabdha brahma mayeem taam tatidhabhaam, Gowri mamba maboorahakshie maham meede. 4 I adore my mother Gauri, who has lotus like eyes, Who shines as the indestructible primary being, Who is the originator of all living and non living things, Who is the primeval sound and who shines like lightning. Moolaadharadutita reetya vidhirandram, Souram chandram vyapya vihara jwalithaangim, Yeyam sookshmaath sookshmatanustam sukha roopam, Gowri mamba maboorahakshie maham meede. 5 I adore my mother Gauri, who has lotus like eyes, Who as the power, which rises from mooladhara, Attains the effulgent form similar to sun and moon and shines like a flame. And who is subtler than the subtlest and is personification of pleasure. Nithya Shudho nishkala eko jagadheesa, Saakshi yasya sarga vidhou samharane cha, Viswatrana kreedana lolaam shiva patnim, Gowri mamba maboorahakshie maham meede. 6 I salute my mother Gauri, who has lotus like eyes, Who as the one eternal, pure, stainless goddess of universe, Witnesses its creation destruction and also upkeep, And who is the consort of Lord Shiva Yasya kukshou leela magandam jagadandam, Bhooyo bhooya pradhura bhoodutitameva, Patya saardham rajata shaile viharantim, Gowri mamba maboorahakshie maham meede. 7 I adore my mother Gauri, who has lotus like eyes, In whose womb exists, the playful limitless universes like an egg, And Within whom also exists plentiful visible and invisible forms, And who occupies half her husband’s body and wanders in his silver mountain. Yasyamotaam protamasesham mani mala, Suthre yadwath kwapi charam chapya charam cha, Taam adyatma jnana vadavya gamaneeyam, Gowri mamba maboorahakshie maham meede. 8 I adore my mother Gauri, who has lotus like eyes, Who is a garland in which the mobile and immobile things, Are sewn and woven on a thread similar to beads and flowers, And who can be attained only through the path of spiritual knowledge. Naanakaarai shakti kadambhair bhuvanaani, Vyapya swairam kreedathi yeyam swayameka, Kalyanim taam kalpalataanath bhojam, Gowri mamba maboorahakshie maham meede. 9 I adore my mother Gauri, who has lotus like eyes, Who in varying forms of collection of powers, Occupies the world and plays with it in her own accord, Who is auspicious and who is the wish giving plant to those who bow to her. Asaapasa klesa vinasam vidhadhaanaam, Padham bhoja dhyana paraanaam purushaanaam, Esaam easaardhangaharaam taam abhiraamam, Gowri mamba maboorahakshie maham meede. 10 I adore my mother Gauri, who has lotus like eyes, Who destroys the troubles due to desire and affection, Of those men who meditate on her lotus like feet, And who has captured half the body of Shiva and who is ever pleasing. Prata kale Bhava vishudhim vidha dhano, Bhaktya nityam jalpati Gowri dasakam ya, Vachaam sidhim sampadamuchai shiva bhakthim, Tasya vasyam parvata putri vidha dati. 11 With a pure mind, right conduct and devotion, in the mornings, If any one at least murmurs these ten verses on Gowri, He would be blessed with words which become true, Would have great devotion to lord Shiva and And he daughter of the mountain would as a rule act as per his wishes.
  10. Because I have to sleep and eat, or else I will die and never be able to respond to any of your intriguing posts!
  11. Yeah, yeah. And Vyasa also wrote Linga Purana, Shiva Purana, Skanda Purana, Markandeya Purana, and all the other puranas. Along with all the Upanishads and Tantras! Give me a break.
  12. Hmmm... more inappropriate use of the third-person. It appears as if someone needs a grammar lesson! When referring to oneself, one uses the first person (I, me, my, etc...). When referring to the person one is speaking with in conversation, one uses the second person (you, yours, we, us, our, etc...). When referring to other people in general, one uses the third person (for example, the person's name).
  13. Finally! A brief and to-the-point reply! I'm so proud of you. I like it that you talk about yourself in third person. Very intriguing! Your inappropriate use of the third-person shines much light on an esoteric subject that is usually lost to most samsara-ites. Although this is a wonderfully brief reply, I don't really see what Durga having a husband has to do with selling off virgins for afterlife benefits.
  14. Hmmm... more extremely long replies! Can't you state an idea simply? Not every idea needs to be stated in a ten page essay.
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