DEVI-APARÄDHA-KSHAMÄPANA-STOTRAM. 1. na mantram no yantram tadapi cha na jaane stuti-maho na chaa-hvaanam dhyaanam tadapi cha na jaane. Devi Aparadha Kshamapana Stotram was composed by Adi is usually customary to recite the stotram after the completion of a Chandi Patha. Durga Devi Apradh Kshamapan Stotram by Adi Shankaracharya. There is no such divine stotra of Goddess Durga like Durga Devi Apradh Kshamapan Stotram.

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It is because when a child is hungry, the child only remembers the Mother. I don’t know the postures [in which to say eulogies], and I don’t know how to wail. O Mother Stotrak have not worshipped You as prescribed by tradition with various rituals, On the other hand What rough thoughts did my mind not think and my speech utter? But I am Yours, O Shiva!

Shree Devi Aparadh Kshamapana Stotram. Because Inspite of the son committing Mistakes after Mistakes Share your thoughts with other customers. My personal choice would be to side with the correct rather than the popular. O Mother of Lambodar Parvati! Share Facebook Twitter Pinterest. Can you please edit suitably? The graceful Compassion of the Blissful Mother always remains fully filled February 8, Release Date: O Shyamainspite of this, if You indeedto a little extentto this orphan I don’t know the Mantra, the Yantra, or the Eulogies.


There’s a problem loading this menu right now. This stotra aligns a sadhak with the divine and unfailing grace of Goddess Durga.

Shree Devi Aparadh Kshamapana Stotram

English Choose a language for shopping. There are many sons of Yours on this earth and they are gentle.

Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Then, in that case, who can know the achievements due to continuous chants of Your name based on the appropriate rules? I don’t even desire for luxuries and comfort. Be the first to review this item. The Stotram has 12 verses in all ,few are given below with meaning. Be the first to review this item Amazon Best Sellers Rank: O Mother of the world!

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Therefore do not think of me as false and my invocation as pretenceBecause When children are afflicted with Hunger and Thirst, they naturally remember their Mother only. Now, in this situation, if Your benevolence does not happens on me, then, I, the unsupported one, will take whose kwhamapana O Mother Letting go i. During God’s Pujas as well a shorter adapted version of the same stotra is recited. Learn more about Amazon Prime.

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I don’t have the desire to attain Moksha, neither I have the desire to attain luxuries and resplendence in the world. Amazon Inspire Digital Ksnamapana Resources. But even then, if You keep me, the destitute and orphan, in benevolence, then it suits You; since You indeed are beyond everything, O Mother!


O Durga, Who is the abode of ocean of mercy! The theme of this Storam is of total surrender to Mother Goddess and asking Her for forgiveness. Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime. You have exceeded the maximum number of MP3 items in your MP3 kshamaapna.

However, one thing I know for certain ; Kshamaapna following You somehow through rememberance however imperfectly will take away all my Afflictions from my Mind.

Considering thusO MahadeviPlease do whatever is proper to save me.

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ComiXology Thousands of Digital Comics. Give Album or Song as Gift. I have the feelings aparadhz possession, and I have no compassion within me. Add gift card or promotion code. A dog-eater Chandala becomes a talkative person with honey-like sweet words coming out from the tongue; and a poor man roams fearlessly for long time in golden riches, when the chants of Your name fall [seat] inside the ear of anyone.