Kanakadhara Strotram by Adi Shankaracharya in Sankrit

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Sri Kanakadhara Stotram – Adi Shankaracharya

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To the Hari who wears supreme happiness as Ornament, The Goddess Lakshmi is attracted, Like the black bees getting attracted, To the unopened buds of black Tamala[1] tree, Let her who is the Goddess of all good things, Grant me a glance that will bring prosperity.

[1] A forest tree 9/28/2008

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Again and again return ,those glances, Filled with hesitation and love, Of her who is born to the ocean of milk, To the face of Murari[2], Like the honey bees to the pretty blue lotus, And let those glances shower me with wealth.

[2] The God who killed the asura called Mura i.e Lord Vishnu

9/28/2008

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With half closed eyes stares she on Mukunda[3], Filled with happiness, shyness and the science of love, On the ecstasy filled face with closed eyes of her Lord, And let her, who is the wife of Him who sleeps on the snake, Shower me with wealth.

[3] He who gives immortal bliss

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He who has won over Madhu[4], Wears the Kousthuba[5] as ornament, And also the garland of glances, of blue Indraneela[6], Filled with love to protect and grant wishes to Him, Of her who lives on the lotus, And let those also fall on me, And grant me all that is good.

[4] An Asura [5] A garland wirn by Vishnu [6] A precious blue stone 9/28/2008

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Like the streak of lightning in black dark cloud, She is shining on the dark , broad chest, Of He who killed Kaidaba[7], And let the eyes of the great mother of all universe, Who is the daughter of Sage Bharghava[8], Fallon me lightly and bring me prosperity.

[7] An Asura [8] One sage who did penance to have…...

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