Mangla Gauri Stotram

'Om rakṣa-rakṣa jaganmātē dēvī maṅgala caṇḍikē.
Hārikē vipadārāśē harṣamaṅgala kārikē.

Harṣamaṅgala dakṣē ca harṣamaṅgala dāyikē.
Śubhēmaṅgala dakṣē ca śubhēmaṅgala caṇḍikē.

Maṅgala maṅgalē ca sarvamaṅgala maṅgalē.
Satā maṅgala dēvī sarvēśāṁ maṅgalālayē.

Pūjya maṅgalavārē ca maṅgalābhiṣṭa dēvatē.
Pūjya maṅgala bhūpasya manuvanśya santam.

Maṅgalā dhistha dēvi maṅgalāñca maṅgalē.
Viśva maṅgalādhārē parē ca sarvakarmaṇām.

Dēvyāśca maṅgalanstōtraṁ yaḥ śruṇōti samitaḥ.
Prati maṅgalavārē ca pūjya maṅgala sukha-pradē.

Tanmaṅgalaṁ bhavētasya bhaventad-maṅgalam.
Vardhatē putra-pautraśca maṅgala dina-dinē.

Māmarakṣa rakṣa-rakṣa'om maṅgala maṅgalē.

|| Iti maṅgalagaurī stōtraṁ sarvaṁ ||

The Mangala Gauri Stotram is a revered Hindu prayer dedicated to Goddess Mangala Gauri, a form of Goddess Parvati. This stotra is recited by devotees, especially women, to seek the blessings of the goddess for marital harmony, longevity, and well-being. It is often chanted on Tuesdays, which are considered auspicious for worshiping Goddess Mangala Gauri.

This stotra is recited with devotion to seek the blessings of Goddess Mangala Gauri for the well-being and prosperity of the family. It is believed that the goddess grants harmony, health, wealth, and wisdom to her devotees. The stotram's name itself reflects the desire for auspiciousness and well-being, as "Mangala" means auspicious or propitious.

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