आस्ये – in the mouth दृष्ट्वा – after seeing निखिलजगतीं – the entire या त्वया सृष्टपूर्वा – which was created earlier by you किं सा अन्वभूत् – did she realize/experience स्वां पुत्रं – her son सकलजगतः देव इति – to be the lord of the worlds कृत्वा थूत्कं – she did “thu thu” प्रार्थयामास – and prayed त्रिदशपरिषदं – to devas यस्मै – for him
When Krishna ate mud, Yashoda asked him to open his mouth and show. The moment she saw the worlds inside his mouth, did she realize that her son was the lord of the universe? She immediately took some mud in her hand, circled it over his head and spit on the mud. (this is a practice followed to ward off the evil eye) I bow to that Krishna for whom Yashoda prayed to the devas.
Lakshmi is the goddess of wealth, fortune, power, luxury, beauty, fertility, and auspiciousness. She holds the promise of material fulfillment and contentment. She is described as restless, whimsical yet maternal, with her arms raised to bless and to grant her blessings.
Sanskrit Quiz - Entertaining interactive puzzles, crosswords in or related to samskritam मञ्जुरामायणम् - Random slokas from the text Manjuramayana, an abridged version of Valmiki Ramayana written by Srinidhi Swami Poets- Writeup on popular and lesser known poets, including their life history, style specialities and works. This is not exhaustive and encyclopedic in nature. Saastram speaks - Random selection of verses and ideas culled out from various sources, that are didactic in nature. वैराग्यशतकम् - Set of 100 slokas written by Bhartrhari delineating the path to mukti. श्लोकोऽयं मह्यं रोचते - Slokas are added on a regular basis, presently alphabetically along with meanings and explanations in English.
प्रेमस्वरूपः - A set of 8 slokas on Krishna describing the premabhava or love shown towards him and his reciprocation. मातृपञ्चकम्- Set of five slokas written by Adi Sankara dedicated to his mother. वैराग्यपञ्चकम्- A set of 5 slokas written by Sri Vedanta Desika
नारायणीयम्- Lecture on the episode of Gajendra moksha in English with an introduction to the text and Bhakti.Pronunciation- A guide to pronouncing the vowels and consonants of samskrit language by Shri Dhananjay Vaidya