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π™ˆπ˜Όπ˜Ό π˜Ώπ™π™π™‚π˜Ό’π™Ž π˜½π™‘π™šπ™¨π™¨π™žπ™£π™œπ™¨ π™‹π™§π™€π™©π™šπ™˜π™© 𝙁𝙧𝙀𝙒 π™’π™žπ™¨π™›π™€π™§π™©π™ͺπ™£π™šπ™¨ 𝙖𝙣𝙙 π™˜π™–π™‘π™–π™’π™žπ™©π™žπ™šπ™¨

π™ˆπ˜Όπ˜Ό π˜Ώπ™π™π™‚π˜Ό’π™Ž π˜½π™‘π™šπ™¨π™¨π™žπ™£π™œπ™¨ π™‹π™§π™€π™©π™šπ™˜π™© 𝙁𝙧𝙀𝙒 π™’π™žπ™¨π™›π™€π™§π™©π™ͺπ™£π™šπ™¨ 𝙖𝙣𝙙 π™˜π™–π™‘π™–π™’π™žπ™©π™žπ™šπ™¨

“Therefore This Poem Of My Glory Is To Be recited by those of concentrated mind and heard always with devotion, for It Is The Supreme Way To wellbeing.”
“May This Glorification Of Mine Put To Rest all misfortunes born of pestilence, and also the three kinds of calamity.”

– Chapter 12, Verses 7 and 8, The Devi Mahatmya

The β€œthree kinds of calamity,” mentioned in the verses are defined as adhibhautika (stemming from the actions of others in the objective world external to oneself), adhidaivika (concerning natural calamities such as earthquakes, fires, and floods, which occur By The Command Of Maa Durga), and adhyatmika (concerning oneself, such as physical illness, mental distress, and self-inflicted suffering).

Devotees should recite The Holy Devi Mahatmya with utmost devotion to become deserving Of Maa Durga’s Blessings needed for physical and psychological wellbeing.

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