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"जय जय हे महिषासुरमर्दिनी"- Biblography
Here is the list of texts that were referred for adapting the stories of the five forms of Devī Mahişāsuramardinī:- Ugracaņđā- Śākta Mahābhāgavatam, Kālikā Purāņa, Vāyu Purāņa and Břhaddharma Purāņa. Mahālakşmī- Vāmana Purāņa Kauşikī- Vāmana Purāņa, Harivam...
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"जय जय हे महिषासुरमर्दिनी"- Durgā Durgatināśinī [Part IV (Final Post)]
Recap: There were no survivors; all those demons who had ignored Suşeņa’s warning and ad come to abduct Gaurī were now feast for scavengers. Upon receiving the news of the total destruction of a large part of their army and brutal deaths of Kāla, Vajra, Bha...
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"जय जय हे महिषासुरमर्दिनी"- Durgā Durgatināśinī (Part III)
Recap: Ghora shivered in fear when Padamālinī Vidyā placed a loop of Her lasso around his neck and began to drag him towards south, the direction of Yama Dharmarāja. As Bhairava Vidyā Padamālā was about to cross the dreadful Vaitāriņī river in order to ente...
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"जय जय हे महिषासुरमर्दिनी"- Durgā Durgatināśinī (Part II)
Recap: Ghora gazed at Nārada without saying anything. Narada asked “So tell me, what you should do?” Ghora now started speaking and repeated everything that Nārada asked him to do. Pleased with his work, Nārada left Kuśadvīpa.  Advised by Nārada, demon king...
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"जय जय हे महिषासुरमर्दिनी"- Durgā Durgatināśinī (Part I)
"एतत्ते वदनं सौम्यं लोचनत्रयभूषितम् । पातु नः सर्वभूतेभ्यः कात्यायनि नमोऽस्तु ते ॥" Once upon a time there lived a Daitya named Ghora, who was learned, valorous, intelligent and spiritual. He owned corps of ten million elephants and was a just king. He was ...
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"जय जय हे महिषासुरमर्दिनी" - Bhadrakālī Kapālinī
"ज्वाला करालमत्युग्रम शेषा सुरसूदनम् । त्रिशूलं पातु नो भीतेर्भद्रकालि नमोऽस्तु ते ॥" Once there lived a Rākşasa named Dāruka who achieved great prowess by performing severe austerities. He resembled the fire of dissolution which emerges at the time of diss...
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"जय जय हे महिषासुरमर्दिनी"- Durgā Durgatināśinī (Part I)
"एतत्ते वदनं सौम्यं लोचनत्रयभूषितम् । पातु नः सर्वभूतेभ्यः कात्यायनि नमोऽस्तु ते ॥" Once upon a time there lived a Daitya named Ghora, who was learned, valorous, intelligent and spiritual. He owned corps of ten million elephants and was a just king. He was ...
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"जय जय हे महिषासुरमर्दिनी" - Yoginikoțiparivřtā (Part II)
Recap: Sugrīva knit his brows in anger as he said " You will have to face dire consequences for this." Kālarātrī uttered a laughter, terrible like a thunder and said "Till I am there, you cannot reach my Goddess." Sugrīva went to Svargaloka and reported to ...
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"जय जय हे महिषासुरमर्दिनी" - Yoginikoțiparivřtā (Part I)
"मेधे सरस्वति वरे भूति बाभ्रवि तामसि । नियते त्वं प्रसीदेशे नारायणि नमोऽस्तुते ॥" To fulfill Her boon given to queen Mēnā, Bhagavatī Satī reincarnated as Pārvatī, the daughter of Himāvan. In this birth, She reunited with Lord Śiva forever. But that story is...
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"जय जय हे महिषासुरमर्दिनी" - Dakşayajnavināśinī (Part III)
Recap: While Satī's mother and sisters mourned Her death, the reciepents of oblations feared Lord Śiva's fury. However, Dakşa was unaffected and it appeared as if he was happy with Satī's death. Disgusted by the turn of events, Nārada Muni rose from his sea...
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