Devi Mahatmiyam Thanjavur S Radhakrishna Sastrigal Sanskrit

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Buy this Audio CD at:www.superaudio.in or ww.musicandchants.com https://www.facebook.com/superaudiomadras The Devi Mahatmiyam is an esoteric Epic, a great spiritual occult text and a Mantra -- Sastra. It is a part of the Markandeya Purana. The Devi Mahatmiyam signifies the march of the human soul to its destination. Three stages of transformation of the spiritual being of the aspiring sour are described in the three sections of the Devi Mahatmiyam through the anecdotes- Adi-Sakthi as Maha Kali awakening Maha Vishnu in order to destroy the original demonical forces., Madhu and Kaitabha, the same Shankthi manifesting as Maha Lakshmi and overcoming Mahishasura and Raktbija, and as Maha Saraswathi destroying Sumbha and Nisumbha. These three presiding forces are representative of the powers of the spirit within manifesting as themselves in an upward ascent towards ultimate God realization, which is described in the Devi Mahatmiyam. Thus, the dance of the cosmic spirit in its supernal effort at self transcendence, is majestically described in the beautifully worded sonorous songs of the Devi Mahatmiyam, where we are given s stirring account, a stimulating description of what Maha Kali did, what Maha Lakshmi did and Maha Saraswathi did in bringing about this evolution and transformation. The Devi Mahamiyam is recited for averting calamities in life Catastrophies, tensions. When there is war treating a country, for example, or pestilence of epidemic everywhere, Or any internal tension or anxiety of any kind, the Devi Mahatmiyam is recited and it is a very potent remedy prescribed by seers of yore, not only for temporal terrestrial Prosperity, but also for the glory of the hereafter, for illumination, for the destruction of ignorance and to be a fit recipient of the grace of the Almighty. The chosen and the effective prayer portions of the Devi Mahatmiyam have been recited by Thanjavur.S.Radhakrishna Sastrigal, the hearing of which fetches the desired divine fruit. 

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