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देवी देवतांची स्तुती करताना म्हणावयाच्या रचना म्हणजेच स्तोत्रे.
A Stotra is a hymn of praise, that praise aspects of Devi and Devtas.


श्री सुब्रह्मण्य पञ्चरत्नं
विमलनिजपदाब्जं वेदवेदान्तवेद्यं ममकुलगुरुदेहं वाद्यगानप्रमोहम्
रमणसुगुणजालं रङ्गराढ्भासितनेयम् । कमलजनुतपादं कार्तिकेयं भजामि ॥१॥
शिवशरवणजातं शैवयोगप्रभावं भवहितगुरुनाथं भक्तबृन्दप्रमोदम् ।
नवरसमृदुपादं नादह्रीङ्काररूपं  कवनमधुरसारं कार्तिकेयं भजामि ॥२॥
पाकारातिसुतामुखाब्जमधुरं बालेन्दुमौलीश्वरं लोकानुग्रहकारणं शिवसुतं लोकेशतत्वप्रदम् ।
राकाचन्द्रसमानचारुवदनमम्भोरुहवल्लीश्वरं ह्रीङ्कारप्रणवस्वरूपलहरीं श्री कार्तिकेयं भजे ॥३॥
महादेवजातं शरवणभवं मन्त्रशरभं महत्तत्वानन्दं परमलहरीमन्दमधुरम् ।
महादेवातीतं सुखगणयुतं मन्त्रवरदं गुहं वल्लीनाथं मम हृदि भजे गृद्धगिरिशम् ॥४॥
नित्याकारान्निखिलवरद निर्मलं ब्रह्मतत्वं नित्यन्देवैर्विनुत चरण निर्विकल्पादियोगम् ।
नित्याढ्यान्तं निगमविदित निर्गुणन्देवनित्यं वन्दे मम गुरुवरनिर्मलं कार्तिकेयम् ॥५॥
॥इति श्री सुब्रह्मण्यपञ्चरत्नं सम्पूर्णम् ॥

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VITASTĀ(वितस्ता)

  • A river famous in the Purāṇas. Mention is made about this river in Ṛgveda. Important rivers mentioned in Ṛgveda are, Kubhā, Sindhu, Suvāstu Vitastā, Asiknī, Paruṣṇī, Śatadrū, Sarasvatī and Yamunā. These rivers were more important than the Ganges in those days. Mention is made about the Ganges only once in Ṛgveda. Perhaps the Āryans were not acquainted with the Gangetic basin in those days. The region from the rivers Kubhā to Yamunā was Āryadeśa (the country of the Āryans). The information about this river Vitastā given in [Mahābhārata] is given below:--
    (i) The river Vitastā is the same river as Jhelum in Kashmir. The deity (goddess) of this river stays in the palace of Varuṇa and praises him. [M.B. Sabhā Parva, Chapter 9, Stanza 19].
    (ii) By worshipping the Devatās and the Manes after taking bath in this river, one could obtain the fruits of performing the sacrifice Vājapeya. In Kashmir, Takṣaka the King of the Nāgas has a famous palace known as Vitasta. [M.B. Vana Parva, Chapter 82, Stanza 39].
    (iii) Once four hundred horses with black ears, owned by Brahmins were caught in the current of this river and carried away. [M.B. Udyoga Parva, Chapter 119, Stanza 8].
    (iv) If anybody bathes in the waves of the river Vitastā, with vow and fasts, for seven days he would become as pure as a hermit. [M.B. Anuśāsana Parva, Chapter 25, Stanza 7].
    (v) Once Pārvatī made a speech before Śiva on the duties of women, after receiving advice from rivers. The river Vitastā was one of the rivers which advised Pārvatī. [M.B. Anuśāsana Parva, Chapter 146, Stanza 18].
     
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