Srimad Devi Bhagavatham !! Description on Mani Dvipa !!

Jai Sriman Narayana !!

Jai Ambey Ma !!

Srimad Devi Bhagavatham -  Chapter Ten of  Twelfth Skandham describes on Mani Dvîpa.


The enclosures to the palace of Devi - Mani Dvîpa were made of Kum Kum colored (saffron) Pusparâga gems.   The wide patios were decorated with various precious gems.  The roofless courtyard were bedecked with the beautiful trees and flowery plants, lakes, ponds, tanks filled with lotus flowers surrounded by Mandapas (magnificent halls to relax) and giant pillars made of precious stones.  There situated the castle of Dikpâlas of the entire Brahmânda.

In the Eastern side situated the city of Amarâvatî where Lord Indra – Lord of Devas resides.  The brilliance of the city Amarâvatî is beyond comparison, a heavenly abode of Lord Indira.  In the city of Amarâvatî Lord Indira lives with His wife S’achî Devî, delightfully mounting on the elephant Airâvata with music in marching rhythm accompanied by the celestial dancers and singers. 


Lord Agni resides on the South - Eastern side majestically.  Lord Agni’s city gives out an impression of His Grandness situated in entire Brahmânda.  Here resides Lord Agni with his two wives Svâhâ and Svadhâ, mounted on  His celestial vehicle – A Grand Chriot pulled by five horses, accompanied by several deities.


In the South situated the city of Lord Yama - God of Death. Here lives Lord Yama Dharma Râja with Chitragupta and several Hosts.  On the South -West corner is the place of   Râksasas.  Here resides Nirriti with his wife and other Râksasas.

In the West is the city of Lord Varuna resides with his wife Vârunî, marching on His celestial vehicle accompanied by his Prajas,  lives in the abundance of intoxicated drink  called Vârunî (honey).

In the North-West corner resides Lord Vâyu with his wife, accompanied by the Yogis who are profound in the Practice of Prânâyâma, pleasantly marching on his celestial Vehicle – deer along with the group of forty nine Vâyus .


In the North resides Yaksas with their King Lord Kubera lives here with S’aktis Vriddhi and Riddhi,  in possession of  multitudes of various precious gems and jewels accompanied by  Manibhadra, Purnabhadra, Manimân, Manikandhara, Manibhûsa, Manisragvî, Manikar-mukadhârî, etc.

In the North - East is situated the Rudra loka, Lord Rudra resides here.  There are several Rudras dwells here with deadly weapons.  Some of them have horrible features, fires shooting out from their mouth, some have ten or hundred or thousand of hands, some of them are ten feet tall, some have ten heads, some have three eyes etc… 

In the North – East lives Îsâna with His consort Bhadrakâlî – with the garland of skulls on his neck, ring of snakes on his hand, clothed on tiger skin, his body is smeared with the ashes of dead, continuously plays Damaru which gives out ricochet on all sides, laughing loudly – His Attahâsya reverberates all through the heaven, surrounded by Pramathas and Bhûta Ganas accompanied by  Mâtriganas, Rudrânîs, Dâmarîs, Vîra Bhadras and various S’aktis.

Thus, Srimad Devi Bhagavatham Mahapuranam -  the Tenth Chapter of the Twelfth Skandham composed by Maharishi Veda Vyasa on the description of Mani Dvîpa  ends here.

Jai Ambey Ma !!

Jai Sriman Narayana !!

Srimad Devi Bhagavatham !! Description on Mani Dvipa !!

Jai Sriman Narayana !!

Jai Ambey Ma !!

Srimad Devi Bhagavatham, twelfth Skandham - Chapter  Ten  describes on Mani Dvîpa the place where Devi resides.

Sudha Sindhor Madhye Sura Vidapivadi Parivruthey
Manidvipey Neepopa Vanavathi Chinthamani Gruhey
Sivakarey Manjey Paramasiva Paryanga Nilayam
Bajanthi Thwam Dhanya: Kathichana Chidhananda Lahareem

Maharishi Veda Vyasa describes to King Janamejaya about Manidvipa, where Devi resides.  According to Srutis, illustrated in the Subala Upanishad the Sarvaloka also known as Manidvipa, is superior to Brahmaloka.  Manidvipa made of Her own will exists in higher regions, superior to Kailas and Vaikundha.  Manidvipa is beyond comparison stands as an umbrella to curtail the sufferings and pains of living being in the world.  It is surrounded by Sudha Samudra – a vast ocean, has many yojanas of width and depth.  Sudha Samudra is a heavenly place for water animals, contains various precious gems and it is surrounded by beautiful trees.  There is a huge wall from corner to corner in order to block the entry to this place.  There are large numbers of warriors’ positioned to guard at every entry point.  Whenever any deity pays visit to Devi, their chariots and accompanying vehicles are stopped at the entry point.  Therefore, this place is always echoed with the Chariot bells and neighing of horses.  There are several enclosure walls  precede to principal entrance to Manidvipa, each and every enclosure walls stands majestically with  well groomed  flowery plants and trees of various fruits like Panasa, Vakula, Lodhra, Karnikâra, S’ins’apa, Deodâra, Kânchanâra,Mango, Sumeru, Likucha, Hingula, Elâ, Labanga, Kat fruit tree, Pâtala, Muchukunda, Tâla,Tamâla, Sâla, Kankola, Nâgabhdra, Punnâga, Pîlu, Sâlvaka, Karpûra, As’vakarna,Hastikarna, Tâlaparna, Pomegranate, Ganikâ, Bandhujîva, Jamvîra, Kurandaka, Châmpeya,Bandhujîva, Kanakavriksa, Kâlâguru ( coiled with cobras), Sandal Tree, Date Tree, Yûthikâ, Tâlaparnî, Sugarcane, Ksîra-tree, Khadira, Bhallâtaka, Ruchaka, Kutaja, Bel tree, Tulasî, Mallikâ etc..Etc… can be seen all around. The beautifully constructed pond, stream and Tanks, presence of Pigeons, Parrots, Mayanâ, Flamingoes, Swans and various species of birds, cool breeze carrying the fragrance of the various flowers, Kalpavriksha bearing golden leaves and its fruits like gems, the enthralling smell of flowers etc.  The King of All Seasons - Spring resides in this vast garden with his charming wives Madhu S’rî and Mâdhava S’rî along with the Gandharvas, Celestial Dancers and singers.

There is a garden of Santânaka tree, the fragrance of its flowers looks like gold extends to ten yojanas and the fruits are exceptionally sweet. In this garden resides the Summer Season with his two wives S’ukra S’rî and S’uchi S’rî.

In the centre situated the garden of Hari -Sandal Trees. Here, resides the Rainy Season with lightning as his auburn eyes and clouds are his armour, with thunderous voice and the rainbow as his arrow, he rains ceaselessly. He has twelve wives and they are Nabhah S’rî, Nabhahsya S’rî,  Svarasya,  Rasyasâlinî, Ambâ, Dulâ, Niratni, Abhramantî,  Megha Yantikâ,  Varsayantî, Chivunikâ, and Vâridhârâ.

There is situated the Garden of Mandâra trees. This garden is full of various creepers, flowers and leaves. The autumn season lives here with his two wives Isalaksmî and Ûrjalaksmî.   Siddhas – the saintly persons also dwells here with their wives.

There is situated the garden of Pârijâta and Kadamba trees are filled with bunches of flowers. The fragrance of these Pârijâtas extended up to ten Yojanas . The Hemanta Ritu (Dewy) season resides here with his two wives Tapah S’rî and Tapasyâ S’rî.

 Jai Ambey Ma !!

Jai Sriman Narayana !!

Srimad Devi Bhagavatham !! Names of Purana !!

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Jai Ambay Ma !!

Srimad Devi Bhagavatham Chapter 3 of First Skandham - Sage Suta explains to Saunaka regarding the Name of Puranas and Number of verses written by Maharishi Veda Vyasa.
Purana begins with ‘Ma’ is  - 2 in numbers (Matsya Puranam and Markandeya Puranam)

Purana begins with ‘Bha’ is - 2 in numbers ( Bhagavath Puranam and Bhavishya Puranam)

Purana begins with ‘Bra’ is - 3 in numbers (Brahma Puranam, Brahmanda Puranam and Brahma Vaivarta Puranam)

Purana begins with ‘Va’ is - 4 in numbers (Vishnu Puranam, Vamana Puranam, Vayu Puranam and Varaha Puranam)


Purana begins with ‘Aa’, ‘Na’, ‘Pa’, ‘Ling’, ‘Ga’, ‘Ku’, & ‘Ska’ are – 1 each (Agni Puranam, Narada Puranam, Padma Puranam, Linga Puranam, Garuda Puranam, Kurma Puranam and Skandha Puranam)

Sri Suta continues to describe about the sacred verses in each Puranas. Mastya Puranam contains – 14,000 Verses

Markandeya Puranam contains – 9000 Verses
Bhavishya Puranam contains – 14,500 Verses
Bhagavatha Puranam contains – 18000  Verses
Brahma Puranam contains – 10,000 Verses
Brahmanda Puranam contains – 12,100 Verses
Brahma Vaivarta Puranam contains – 18,000 Verses
Vamana Puranam contains – 10,000 Verses
Vayu Puranam contains – 24,600 Verses
Vishnu Puranam contains – 23,000 Verses
Agni Puranam contains – 16,000 Verses
Narada Puranam contains – 25,000 Verses
Padma Puranam contains – 55,000 Verses
Linga Puranam contains – 11,000 Verses
Garuda Puranam contains – 19,000 Verses
Kurma Puranam contains – 17,000 Verses
Skandha Puranam contains – 81,000 Verses

The first Upapurana was narrated by Sanat Kumara – Manasika Putra of Lord Brahma followed by Narasimha Purana, Naradiya Purana, Siva Purana.  Maharishi Durvasa narrated Kapila Purâna,Manava Purâna, Aus’anasa Purâna, Varuna Purâna. Kalika Purâna, Samva Purâna, NandiKes’wara Purâna, Saura Purâna. Âditya Purâna, MahesvaraPurâna, Bhâgavata and Vasistha Purâna  were recited by Parasara Bhattar .

After compiling the eighteen Puranas, Maharishi Krishna Dwaipayana Veda Vyasa wrote the Great Epic Mahabharath.


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Jai Sriman Narayana !!

Srimad Devi Bhagavatham !! Praising the glories of Goddess Mahamaya !!

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Jai Ambey Ma !!

Srimad Devi Bhagavatam – Third Skandha – Chapter four describes how Goddess Maha Maya was eulogized by Lord Brahma, Lord Vishnu and Lord Maheshwara.

Lord Brahma, Lord Vishnu, and Lord Maheswara determined to approach Goddess Maha Maya.  With intense feeling of joy and devotion they moved towards the Abode of Devi, founded Her with ever smiling face and astonishing features.  The Mother of the Universe stood before them gracefully.  Instantaneously, the three entities - Lord Brahma, Lord Vishnu, and Lord Maheswara transformed into stunning and gorgeous women and followed Devi.  Seeing strikingly three beautiful women with utmost dedication, Devi looked into their eyes with lot of affection.  Devi’s grand royal pedestals were decorated with Gems shines in the luster of ten billion Adityas.  She was surrounded by thousands and thousands of celestial dancers and singers praising with the sacred hymns of Devi.  Lord Brahma, Lord Vishnu and Lord Maheshwara could visualize the Universe moving under the nail of Lotus feet of Devi.  They could envisage Lord Vishnu, Lord Rudra, Lord Brahma, Lord Vayu, Lord Agni, Lord Yama, Lord Chandra, Lord Surya, Lord Varuna, Lord Indra, Lord Kubera and all the deities, Apsaras, Gandharvas, Rivers, Oceans, Mountains, Vishwavasus, Chitraketu, Sveta, Chitragandha, Narada, Ha Ha Hu Hu, Ashwinas, Eight Vasus, Siddhas, Sadhyas, Pitrus, Ananta, Nagas, Yakshas, Kinnaras, Uragas, Abode of Lord Shiva - Mount Kailash, Brahma’s Satyaloka, Lord Hari’s Vaikundhas etc…

Seeing the whole Universe and its creature under Goddess Devi’s toe nail, Lord Brahma, Lord Vishnu and Lord Mahaeshwara got wonder struck took 100 years to perceive Her glories and eulogized her excellence.

Jai Ambey Ma!!

Jai Sriman Narayana !!

Devi Puranam !! Glories of Goddess Sri Adi Shakthi !!

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Jai Ambey Ma !!

Srimad Devi Bhagavatham  - Maha Puranam was  composed by Maharishi Veda Vyasa, it contains 18000 verses into Twelve Skandhas describes  the glories of  ‘Divine Mother’.


The First Skandha - Chapter Seven of Srimad Devi Bhagavatham describes, Lord Brahma horrified at the harassment of two Danavas (Asuras) Madhu and Kaitaba, approaches Lord Vishnu who was in His Yoga Nidra (Cosmic sleep) in the Milky Ocean.  Lord Brahma prays to Goddess Nidra Devi (goddess of sleep) to reinstate Lord Vishnu from his Cosmic sleep.

Maharishi Veda Vyasa explains the ‘nature’ of Prakrit, Adi Maya, Sakthi , Bhavani etc. She is known as the Mother of the Universe and Goddess of Brahmanda.

·        She is Omnipresent
·        She is Omnipotent
·        She is Omniscient

Her endless forms are known in different names as Vaishnavi, Sankari, Brahmi, Vasavi, Varuni, Varahi, Nara Simhi, Mahalakshmi, Vedamatha…etc.  The sacred Veda and Upanishads describe Her as ‘Tejasvini’ (bright light).  She is beyond all three Gunas known as Rajass, Tamass and Swatik.  She  is the eventual provider of Sri - Wealth and Prosperity, Keerti – Fame,  Mathi – Intellect, Dhriti – Courage, Kshama – Patience, Kanti – exquisiteness, Sradhha – Concentration and Faith, Rathi – Sensual pleasures.  Her glories are boundless, even Brahma, Hari and Hara – the three entities of Creation, Preservation and Destruction, all the deities and Maharishis were not wholly realized her ‘Nature’.

Jai Ambey Ma !!

Jai Sriman Narayana !!

Mahalaya Amavasya !! Mahalaya Pitru Paksha !!

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Mahalaya Amavasya is the last day of Pitru Paksha.  The dark fortnight in the month of Bhadrapad is treated as the most imperative day to offer oblations to departed souls.

The myth behind the ‘Mahalaya’ is that, Karna – Son of Kunthidevi and Lord Surya was extremely generous, had made contributions of gold and precious jewels abundantly during his life on the Earth.  After his death, all those charities he had made returned with twice as much in size.  But, he was shocked to see that there were no grains or food particle to consume other than the precious jewels, silver and gold.  He prayed to Lord Yama, as instructed by Lord Yama, Karna came down to Earth and begun his charity in the form of offerings of food to Brahmins and needy persons for fourteen days.  Karna fed plenteous Brahmins and performed oblations during the fourteen days he had spent on the Earth. Mahalaya (Pitru Paksha) came into existence to commemorate Karna’s generous nature and righteousness   he had followed for the liberation of departed souls.  Charities made in the form of food to needy and Brahmins during the Mahalaya would make the departed souls satisfied whether they are directly related to us or not.   After all Food is the pedestal of ‘Life’ on the Earth, with this body as a means of vehicle each individual should attain self – realization and God – realization.

Jai Sriman Narayana !!

Sri Guruvayur Pureshwara Ashtothara Sathanamavali !!

Jai Sriman Narayana !!

Om Sri Maha Vaikundha Nathakhyam Nama:
Maha Narayanabhidhaya Nama:
Thara Shri Sakthi Kandharppa Chathurbujaya Nama:
Goapla Sundara Roopaya Nama:
Sri Vidhya Manthra Vigrahaya Nama:
Rama Beeja Samarambhaya Nama:
Hrullekha Samalamkruthaya Nama:
Mara Beeja Samayukthaya Nama:
Vani Beeja Samanvithaya Nama:
Para Beeja Samaradhya Nama:
Meena Ketha Beejakaya Nama:
Thara Sakthi Ramayukthaya Nama:
Krishnaya Padha Poojithaya Nama:
Kadhi Vidhyadhya Koodadyaya Nama:
Govindhaya Padha Priyaya Nama:
Kama Rajakhya Kshamesaya Nama:
Gopi Jana Subhashithaya Nama:
Vallabhaya Padha Preethaya Nama:
Sakthi Kooda Vijrumbithaya Nama:
Vahnijaya Samayukthaya Nama:
Bhavanga Madhana Priyaya Nama:
Maya Rama Susamboornaya Nama:
Manthra Raja Kaleybharaya Nama:
Dhwadasha Vruthi Chakresaya Nama:
Yanthra Raja Sareerakaya Nama:
Pinda Gopala Beejadyaya Nama:
Sarva Mohana Chakrakaya Nama:
Kshakshari Manthra Roopaya Nama:
Manthrathma Rasa Konagaya Nama:
Pancha Panga Manupreethaya Nama:
Sakthi Chandra Samarppithaya Nama:
Ashtakshari Manthra Roopaya Nama:
Mahishyashtaka Sevithaya Nama:
Kshodashakshari Manthrathmaney Nama:
Kala Nidhi Kalarchithaya Nama:
Ashta Dasakshari Roopaya Nama:
Ashtadhasa Dhala Poojithaya Nama:
Chathur Vimsathi Varnathma Gayathri Manusevithaya Nama:
Chathur Vimsathi Namathma Sakthi Vrunda Niveshithaya Nama:
Kleemkara Beeja Madhyasthaya Nama:
Kama Veedhi Prapoojithaya Nama:
Dhwa Thrisam Sathakshara Roopaya Nama:
Dhwa Thrisam Shath Bhaktha Sevithaya Nama:
Pinda Gopala Madhyasthaya Nama:
Pinda Gopala Veethikaya Nama:
Varna Mala Swaroopadyaya  Nama:
Mathruka Veethi Mandalaya Nama:
Pasangusa Dhwvibeejasthaya Nama:
Sakthi Ba Swaroopakaya Nama:
Pasakuseeya Chakresaya Nama:
Devendradhi Prapoojithaya Nama:
Phoorja Pathradhou Likhithaya Kramaradhitha Vaibhavaya Nama:
Oordharetha Samayukthaya Nama:
Nimna Rekha Prathishtithaya Nama:
Samboorna Meru Roopena Poojithayakhila Pradhaya Nama:
Manthrathma Varna Malabhi Samyak Shobhitha Chakrarajey Nama:
Sri Chakra Bindu Madhyastha Yanthra Samrad Swaroopaya Nama:
Kama Dhurmartha Phaladaya Nama:
Sakthrudasyu Nivarakaya Nama:
Keerthi Kanthi Thanurokhya Kshanthi Sri Vijaya Pradhaya Nama:
Puthra Pouthra Pradhaya Nama:
Sarva Bootha Vethala Nasanaya Nama:
Kasa Pasmara Kushtadhi Sarva Roga Vinsasakaya Nama:
Thwakadhi Dhathu Sambhandha Sarvanmaya Chikitsakaya Nama:
Dakinyadhi Swaroopeyna Saptha Dhathushta Nishtithaya Nama:
Smruthi Mathren Ashta Lakshmi Vishranana Visaradhaya Nama:
Sruthi Mouli Samaradhya Maha Pathu Kaleybharaya Nama:
Maha Padhavali Madhya Ramadhi Shodakasa Vinasanaya Nama:
Ramadhi Shodashi Yuktha Rajagopa Dhwayanvithaya Nama:
Sri Raja Gopa Madhyastha Maha Narayanadhwikaya Nama:
Narayana Dhwayaleeda Maha Nrusimha Roopakaya Nama:
Lakhu Roopa Maha Padhavey Nama:
Maha Maha Supadhukaya Nama:
Maha Padhavalee Dhyana Sarva Sidhi Vilasakaya Nama:
Maha Padha Vali Nyasa Sathadhika Kalashtakaya Nama:
Paramananda Lahari Samaptha Kalanvithaya Nama:
Kaladhika Kaladhyodhyath Srimad Charana Vaibhavaya Nama:
Chira Adi Brahmananda Rasadha Nanyastha Kalavalaye Nama:
Indra Neela Samacchaya Nama:
Surya Spardhi Keeridaya Nama:
Ashtami Chandra Bibrajath Alika Sthala Shobhithaya Nama:
Kasturi Thilakoth Basiney Nama:
Karunya Kula Nethrakaya Nama:
Mandhahasa Manohariney Nama:
Nava Chambaka Nasikaya Nama:
Makara Kundalath Vamsa Shobhitha Kapolakaya Nama:
Sri Vatsangitha Vaksha Sreeye Nama
Vana Mala Virajithaya Nama:
Dakshinopara Dhesastha Parahangruthi Rajithaya Nama:
Aakasavath Kashishta Shri Madhya Valli Virajithaya Nama:
Sanghu Chakra Gadha Padma Samrajitha Chathur Bujaya Nama:
Keyurangatha Bhooshadyaya Nama:
Kanganali Manoharaya Nama:
Navaratna Prabha Punjath Shridham Guli Bhooshanaya Nama:
Kula Pravathika Samshobhitha Peethachela Prabhanvithaya Nama:
Kingini Nadha Samrajath Kanjari Bhooshana Shobhithaya Nama:
Vishwa Kshobhakara Shri Kamasrunoru Dhwayanvithaya Nama:
Indra Neelashma Nishpanna Sambudakruthi Janukaya Nama:
Smara Thoonabha Lakshmika Jamkhadhwaya Virajithaya Nama:
Mamsa Vagulpha Lakshmikaya Nama:
Maha Soubhagya Samyukthaya Nama:
Hreemkara Thathwa Sambodhi Noopura Dhwaya Rajithaya Nama:
Adi Koormavathara Sri Jayishnu Prapadhanvithaya Nama:
Namajana Thamo Vrundha Vidhwamsaka Padhadhwayaya Nama:
Nakha Jyotsanaleena Shriya Pravidhya Prakasaya Nama:
Raktha Shukla Prabha Mishra Padhuka Dhwaya Vaibhavaya Nama:
Daya Guna Maha Vardhiye Nama:
Guruvayu Puresaya Nama:

Jai Sriman Narayana !!

Tulsi Stotra !!

Jai Sriman Narayana !!

Thulasiyamma Thiruve Kalyaniamma
Velli Kizhamai Thannil Vilangukindra Mathave
Chevvai Kizhamai Chezhikka Vandha Chendiruve,
Thayare Undhan Thalinayil Naan Panindhen.

{Oh Mother Tulasi ! Goddess Sri Mahaakshmi,
The one who shines brightly on Fridays
The one who has come to make Tuesdays to prosper
Oh Mother! I bow on your feet.}

Pacchai Pasumayulla Thulasi Namasthe,
Parimalikkum Moola Kozhundhe Namasthe,
Arppa Pirappai Thavirpai Namasthe,
Ashta Aisvaryam Alippay Namasthe.

{My salutations to you Mother who always sparkling green in color

My salutations to your everlasting fragrance

My salutations to the one who provides Salvation

My Salutations to the one who blesses us with all the happiness }

Hariyudaya Devi Azhagi Namasthe
Adaintharkku Inbam Alippai Namasthe
Vanamalai Yennum Maruve Namasthe
Vaikunda Vasiyudan Magizhvay Namasthe.

{My Salutations to the gorgeous other half of Lord Vishu
My Salutations to the one who assures happiness to her surrenders
My Salutations to the one who widely known as ‘Vanamali’
My Salutations to the one who resides with ‘Vaikundha Vasi’ – Lord Sri Hari}

Anbudane Nalla Arum Thulasi Kondu Vandhu
Mannilmel Nattu Magizhndu Neer Oothi
Muthathil Thaan Valarthu Muthupol  Kolamittu
Chengavi Chuthumittu  Thiruvilakkum Yethivaithu

Pazhangaludan Thengayum  Thambulam Thattil Vaithu
Pushapangalai Sorindhu Poojitha Peyargalukku
Yenna Payan Yendru Hrishikesan Thaan Ketka
Mangalamana Tulasi Magizhndhu Uraippal

{When Lord Hrishikesha enquires Goddess Tulsi about the pieties achieved through the worship of a Tulsi plant with utmost fervour.  Whoever nurture the sacred plant with passion, plant it in a clean soil in front of the courtyard, decorate it with conspicuous Rangoli along with red coloured powder (Senkavi) and worship her with earthen lamp, plantains, coconut, betel leaf, flowers....She delightfully continued...... }

Mangalami Yennai Vaithu Magizhndu Upasithavargal
Theevinyai Pokki  Siranda Phalan Naan Alippen
Arum Piniyai Neeki Ashta Aiswaryam Naan Alippen
Daridryathai Neeki Selvathai Naan Koduppen

{Whoever worships Tulsi with devotion and admiration

I will remove all their evilness and provide them with goodness

I will remove all their sinfulness and bestow with all the happiness

I will remove their poverty and bless them with wealth}

Puthran Illavathavarku Puthira Bhagayamalippen
Kanyagaikal Poojai  Seyidhal Nalla Kanavarai Kootuvippen
Grahasthargal Poojai Seyidhal Keerthiyudan Vazha Vaippen
Mumukshukkal Poojai seyidhal Moksha Padham Koduppen

{I would bless the childless couple with virtuous offspring
I would bless the maiden with honourable husbands
If family people (Grahasthas) worships me, I would make them live with good fame
Those who leads a saintly life and worships me, I would bless them with Salvation}

Kodi Karam Pasuvai Kandrudane Kondu Vanthu
Kombukku Pon Amaithu Kulambukku Velli Ketti
Gangai Karai Thanile Grahana Punya Kalathil
Val Uruvi Anthanarkku Maha Dhanam Seyidha Phalan

Nan Alippen Sathiyam Yendru Nayagiyum Sollalume
Appadiye Akavendru Thirumal Arikkai Ittar
Ippadiye Anbudane Yethi Thozhuthavargal
Arpudamai Vazhnthiduvar Para Devi Than Arulal

{Mother Tulsi continued to explain the results of devoutness.  Worship of Tulsi is equivalent to giving away beautifully decorated one billion cows and calves with gold on its horns and silver decked on its hooves as alms to Brahmins on the shores of holy river Ganga during the time of eclipse (GrahanaPunyakala). She promised the worshiper would attain all the virtuousness above said.  Lord also declared ‘Let it be’ after listening to Goddess Tulsi. }

Whoever worships the sacred plant Tulsi with utmost faith and devotion would attain blissful life with the Grace of Goddess Tulsi.

Jai Sriman Narayana !!