Discussion in 'Pujas Prayers & Slokas' started by simply_doubtful, Feb 28, 2009.
Thanks for posting such a powerful sloka.
Ananthasundara suvarna poolu
hi Raagini.Thx for posting it in sanskrit but can u highlight this part from where it starts.As i tried to read it i could not find it.once again thx.
Thanks a lot....
i have been searching for Mani Dweepa varnana since long time.
I got the script because of you.
Thanks and god bless you.
^ Hi Neetu , the above quoted poem is a translated work in Telugu . given pdf link is of original text ,
which is in Sanskrit / Devanaagari script . this original sanskrit text is from Sri Devi Bhagavatham .
mahaa Sakti maNidvIpa nivaasini
mullOkaalaku muula prakASini
mana manasulalO koluvaiyuMdi
above Telugu poem transformed into Devanaagari becomes like this :
महा शक्ति मणिद्वीप निवासिनि
मुल्लोकालकु मूल प्रकाशिनि
मन मनसुललो कॊलुवैयुंदि
now if this type of transformation is required then it takes much time ...
Thx raagini for tht part translation.i am trying to translate all of the poem of Sri Lalitha Mani Dweepa Varnana into in hindi and looking for it.your hindi is really good.Thx for trying it hard for me.the pdf in it i am trying to search this poem as it is in 4 parts.Anyways thx for helping me out.
^ here is an attempt to transform complete set of 32 Telugu poems into Hindi script
Thx alot raagini.wht shld i say u have helped a lot as we are having a function at home and i was desperately in need of this one.once again thx for finding it out for me and translating it.
Thanks raagini for posting the hindi script
let me share the following brief description of ManiDweepam (copied) from the internet
Please help me out. Can we find this sloka in Devi Bagavatham (in tamil). Will it be available in the shops, so that I can buy the book for reciting the sloka.