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Sri Pada Saptati

Sri Pada Saptati

Manjira-kvanitaih kshipanniva muhuh sriman-nakhamsudgamair-
Daityendram prahasanniv-aruna-rucha rushyanniv-asmai bhrusam |
Dhirayam tvayi nirvikara-manasi tvat-pada eva sphutam

Pushnan vairi-vikaram-esha mahisha-dhwamsi pari-trayatam
Bhagavathi! You are wisdom personified and Your mind is free from agitations. But your Sripadas clearly shine with the agitation of hostility towards Mahishasura at the time of killing him. The sound of anklets is like strong abuse; the great radiance of the rays emanating from Your Footnails looks like ridiculing smile; the red shine of the Sripada shows great anger towards Mahishashura. May that Sripada protect us.
As there is no other refuge for the devotee, who realises his innumerable faults, he prays to Devi not to let the anger displayed by Her Sripada to be turned on him.
In Devi Bhagavatham, the Devas pray to Devi:
Aparadha-sahasrani mataiva sahate sada
Iti gnatva Jagad-yonim na bhajante kuto janah

The mother alone always tolerates thousands of faults (of her children). Knowing this, why are people not worshipping the Mother of the worlds?

Kshipram Devi siraspadena mahisham pishtva tatodhaspadam
Ditsantyam tvayi kantha-bhanjana-bhiya kanthirave vidrute |
Medinyamapi bhiti-kampita-tanou prema-tvara-salina

Sarvenaiva nijanka-simni nihitam pada-dvayam te jayet
Mahishasuramardini! You put Your Feet on the head of Mahishasura and quickly crushed him. You then looked for a place to put Your Foot down. However, Your mount, the lion sped away for fear of getting its neck cut by Your Sripada. The earth also shook owing to fear. At that time, Siva speedily placed Your two Feet on His lap with great love.
The lion was afraid of Sripada decapitating him. The Earth, which was already disturbed by the awesome paces of Mahishasura during the battle, was now quaking due to fear that Your Sripada would further crush it.
Siva prays to Devi in Devi Bhagavatham:
Na tapasa na damena samadhina na cha tatha vihitaih kratubhir-yatha
Tava padabja-paraga-nishevanat bhavati mukti-raje bhava-sagarat

Not by austerities, nor by control of senses, nor by profound meditation, nor by sacrifices ordained (in the Vedas) can a man attain Liberation from the ocean of Samsara; but only by wearing the dust of Your Lotus Feet.

Purvam Devi padambujena mahisha-pradhvamsan-abhyasatah
Paschat kutsita-sumbha-daitya-vijayopyevam krutah kim tvaya |
No ched-bhati katham kusumbha-vijayi padagra-desoyam-ity-

Alape Girisasya tad-vijayate manda-smitam Devi te
Devi! You have earlier practised with Your lotus Feet the destruction of Mahishasura. Did You vanquish the evil Sumbha also in the same manner? If not, how is it that Your Feet surpass the kusumbha flower in brightness? When Siva speaks in this vein, You smile mildly. May that smile protect us!
Sri Narayana Bhattatri employs pun in the word Kusumbha-vijayi - the vanquisher of the evil Sumbha and surpasser of the Kusumbha flower (in brightness). Siva knows that Sumbha was not killed by Devi's Sripada, but by the trident driven into his chest. Siva wishes to praise the Sripada on some pretext.
Sri Lalitha Trisathi Stotram says:
Kameswara prananatha Kameswara vimohini
Kameswara Brahmavidya Kameswara Gruheswari

Devi is the controller of the life of Kameswara; She deludes even Kameswara (due to Her abundant love); She is Herself Knowledge of Brahman, represented by Kameswara; She is the head of the household of Kameswara.
Kameswara is a name of Siva.

Bibhranena manogna-yavaka-rasam manju-dhwanim nupura-
Slesh-alankuti-salina nakha-mani-jata-prasada-sriya |
Ekenaiva padena Devi mahisha-dhwamse mahiyastarah

Slokoyam rachitas-tvayeti vibudhas-samslaghanam kurvate
Devi! Devas praise You for the very great fame earned by destroying Mahishasura with only one Foot, which beats the attractive red coloured coating; which bears the beautiful anklets making very pleasing sound; which has pearl- like nails, casting the grace of white lustre all round.
Poet Narayana Bhattatri has used words full of pun in this verse, which gives the following second meaning:
Devi! Scholars praise You for the very great verse (sloka) created with only one word, while killing Mahishasura. The one-word sloka bears attractive poetic essence (The word 'yavaka' refers to red colour and indirectly to 'kavya'). It has beautiful 'dhwani' ie. features where implied meaning is more striking than the expressed sense. It has 'alankar' figure of speech like 'slesha' i.e pun. It has 'guna' like 'prasada' ie. clarity of style.
Sankaracharya says in Anandalahari:
Bhavani stotum tvam prabhavati chaturbhir-na vadanaih
Prajanam-isanas-tripura-mathanah panchabhirapi
Na shadbhis-senanir-dasasatha-mukhairapy-ahipatis-
Tadanyesham kesham kathaya katham-asminn-avasarah

Bhavani! Brahma is unable to sing Your praise with four mouths; Siva is unable with five; Skanda is unable with six; Adi Sesha is unable with a thousand mouths. Then tell me how others will ever be able.

Tvam Sambhor-mahishi bhavasy-agasute ten-opahasaya te
Daity-oyam mahishi bhavann-upagatah soyam katham kshamyate |
Itham nupura-niswanairiva vadan padas-tvadiyo rusha

Sastra-pragrahanat puraiva mahisham pishnan paritrayatam
Daughter of Himavan! You are the 'mahishi' i.e. wife of Siva. In order to ridicule Your being 'mahishi', the Asura took the form of 'mahisha' i.e. buffalo; how can he be forgiven? Your Sripada spoke thus through the jingle of the anklets and even before grabbing a weapon (with Your Hand) Your Foot exterminated Mahishasura. May Your Sripada protect us.
Naryana Bhattatri employs pun again- this time on the word 'mahisha' and extols the power of Sripada.
In Devi Bhagavatham, Devas praise Devi after the destruction of Mahishasura:
Chitram tvami yadasubhi rahita na santhi
Tvach-chintitena danujah prathita-prabhavah
Yesham krute Janani deha-nibandhanam te
Krida-rasas-tava na chanyatar-otra hetuh

Mother! With Your mere will the powerful demons would have lost their lives; If for their destruction You took upon Yourself a form, it is only Your loving sport; there is no other reason.

Devya pankasayodya kopi mahisha-chadma mahan kantakah
Paden-ahata ity-ududha-hasitam sakhya samavedite |
Sadyah kantaka-salina karatalen-asadya padambujam

Gruhnann-arti-vinodanaya Giriso jiyat priyas-te Sive
Sankari! Your attendants smilingly inform Siva: Today some big thorn in the form of sinful Mahisha was hit by Devi with Her Foot. Immediately Siva, Your love, with hair standing on end (or carrying a thorn) lifts Your lotus Foot for giving You relief from pain.
Sri Narayana Bhattatri once again beautifully uses pun on the word 'kantaka' ie. thorn as well as horripilation. Siva carries a thorn in order to remove the thorn from Devi's foot. Or, Siva is excited and lifts Devi's Foot to comfort Her after the destruction of the demon. Also, the word 'pankasaya' refers to thorn hidden in slush as well as evil man full of sin.
Sankaracharya says in Soundaryalahari:
Kiritam Vairincham parihara purah Kaitabha-bhidah
Kathore kothire skalasi jahi jambhari-makutam
Pranamreshv-etheshu prasabham-upayatasya bhavanam
Bhavasyabhy-uthane tava parijan-oktir-vijayate

When Siva comes speedily to your place, You get up to receive Him. At that time, Your attendants caution Siva to carefully avoid the hard crowns of Brahma, Vishnu, and Indra, who are prostrating at Your Feet. The words of Your attendants are indeed pleasing.

Tvat-pad-anguli-pallavair-agasute Devi svayam panchabhih
Panchatvam gamito mahasura iti svatmanurupam krutam |
Etaireva natho janas-tridasatam nitho Mahesah-punar-

Lakshatvam gamitah prasuna-dhanusho vismapanam tad-dvayam
Devi! Daughter of Himavan! With the sprouts that are the fingers of Your Feet, which are five in number, the great demon (Mahishasura) was reduced to the five elements (i.e. killed) and thus was brought into the same form as themselves. By the same fingers of Your Feet, the persons who worship are raised to the status of Devas ( or blessed thirty times). Siva is also led by the fingers to becoming the target of Manmatha, the wielder of flower arrows (or led to a lakh of pleasures). These two are indeed wondrous.
The 'sabdaslesha' and 'arthaslesha', the pun on words and meaning, employed by the poet is bewitching. 'Tridasa' refers to Devas as well as the number thirty. Ordinary men, by worshipping at Devi's Feet, become Devas i.e. blessed thirty times. Siva, by looking at Devi's Feet, becomes obsessed with love i.e. becomes a target 'laksha' of Manmatha and is led to fantasies, which are innumerable i.e. a lakh, 'laksha'.
In Devi Bhagavatham, after Devi's sudden appearance and killing of the enemies, Subahu, the king of Kashi praises Devi:
Kvaham sumanda-mathir-asu tav-avalokam
kvedam Bhavani bhava-bheshajam-advitiyam
Gnatasi Devi satatam kila bhava-yukta
Bhakt-anukampanapara amaravarga-pujya

Devi! Where am I, the dull-witted one and where are You, the medicine for the disease of Samsara and one without a second. Yet I had Your Darshan. I understand that You, being worshipped by Devas, always show compassion to Your loving devotees.

Brahmam maghavanam cha vahanamaho mandair-gatair-ninditham
Dhavalyena nakhatvisham vihasito vahopi Maheswara: |
Itham vahana-vairitham bhajati te padas-tato manmahe

Katyayan-yamuna nyaghani Mahisha: Kartanta vaha-bhramat
Katyayani! Brahma's mount, the Swan and Indra's carrier, the Airawatha elephant were defeated owing to their slow gait by Your Sripada. Siva's mount, the bull was also ridiculed by the white brilliance of nails of Your Sripada. Thus Your Foot bears enmity towards other vehicles. Hence, we think that Sripada destroyed Mahishasura confusing him with the buffalo, the vehicle of Yama, the God of death.
Mookakavi says in Mookapanchasati:
Acharamam-ishum deenam meena-dhwajasya mukha-sriya
Sarasijabhuvo yanam mlanam gathena manjuna
Tridasa-sadasa-mannam khinnam gira cha vitanvati
Tilakayati sa kampa-teeram Trilochana-sundari

Devi, the beautiful consort of the three eyed Siva, defeats the first of the flower-arrows of Manmatha, the fish-flag bearer, by the splendour of her face; the mount of Brahma, the Swan, by Her graceful gait; the food of the Devas, the nectar, by the beauty of her speech. She adorns the bank of the river Kampa like a tilaka.

Seemantha-prakare Surendra-sudrusam sindura-rekhatmana
Manikya-dyuti-sangnayaiva makuti-kotishu daitya-druham |
Sambhor-murdhni jata-ghataruna-ruchi-vyajena pada-prabhai-

Vaika te parinama-meti karunamurthe Girindratmaje
Daughter of Himavan! Compassion personified! The brilliance of Your Lotus Feet, though one, takes many forms; It becomes the (auspicious) red mark at the hair divide of the (worshipping) women of Swargaloka. It shines like ruby at the edge of the crowns of (prostrating) Devas. It adds red lustre to the matted tresses at the head of (the prostrating) Siva.
Sankaracharya says in Anandalahiri
Vidhatri dharmanam tvamasi sakala-mnaya-janani
Tvam-arthanam mulam dhanada -namaniyanghri-kamale
Tvam-adih kamanam janani kruta-kandarpa-vijaye
Satam mukther-bijam tvam-asi Parama-brahma-mahishi

Devi! You are the creator of all Dharmas and Vedas. You are the root of all wealth; Kubera also worships at Your Lotus Feet. You have defeated Manmatha; but You are the beginning of all Kamas (desires). You are the consort of Siva, the Parabrahma; You are the seed of liberation of noble souls. The meaning is that Devi is giver of the four Purusharthas - Dharma, Artha, Kama and Moksha.

No kesa: param-asrayas-sumanasam padabja-renuscha te
No manda-rasitha param smitha-ruchir-manjirayoscha dvayi |
No bahuh kalahamsametya jayathi tvad-yana lilapyasou

No sumbhattara-laksha-mananamidam padambujam chambike
Ambike! Your Hair is not only the supreme refuge of flowers ( Sumanasa), but the dust of Your Lotus Feet is also the refuge of Devas (Sumanasa). The brilliance of Your smile is not only like the whiteness of the Mandara flowers (Mandara-sita), but the anklets in Your two Feet make a beautiful subdued sound (Manda-rasita). Your Hand is not only victorious in battle (kalaham-sametya), but the beauty of your gait is also victorious over the swan (kalahamsam-etya). Your Face not only shines and is beautiful with fickle eyes ( Sumbhattarala-aksha), but Your Lotus Foot also shines beautifully with red lac ( Sumbhattara-laksha).
The poet again employs captivating pun on four phases and brings out the enchanting beauty of Devi.
Nilakantha Dikshitar says in Ananda Sagarasthava:
Saram kanam kanam-adharma-rucham sahasrat-
sangruhya nirmitham-idam tava vaktra-bimbam
Tavat-sudhakara-kalanka-kulani paschad-
Ekatra Devi nihithani kachapadesat

Devi! Your Face was formed by collecting, bit by bit, the essence of thousands of moons; thereafter the blemishes in the moons were gathered together and formed into Your Hair.

Nathe tavaka-vaha-simha-chalithas-tvat-padamule natha
Nunam babhramur-abhramu-priya-mukha dik-kumbhiviras-chiram |
No chedesha katham tadunnatha-siras-sindura sandohajo

Ragaste charanambuje parinamann-adyapi vidyotate
Visweswari! The (eight) elephants of the quarters, like Airavatha, (the mate of Abhramu), have rolled at Your Sripada for long owing to fear of Your mount, the lion. If not, how is it that the red colour from the mass of red liquid emanating from the high heads of those elephants shine even today at Your lotus Feet?
The eight elephants of the quarters are: Airavatha, Pundarika, Vamana, Kumuda, Anjana, Pushpapadanta, Sarvabhouma and Suprathika. Airavatha is the vehicle of Indra, who is the guardian of the eastern quarter. Abhramu is the name of the mate of Airavatha.
It is believed that a red coloured liquid emanates from the heads of superior elephants.
In Devi Bhagavathanm, Devi herself tells Brahma:
Dhara sthita tada dhartum sakti-yukta yada bhavet
Anyatha ched-asakta syat-paramanoscha dharane

Tatha Seshas-tatha kurmo ye(a)nye sarve cha diggaja: |

Mad-yukta vai samarthascha svani karyani sadhitum
The earth is capable of carrying all the occupants because of association with Shakti; if not, it will not be able to carry even an atom. Similarly, it is only due to association with Me that Sesha, the Primal Tortoise and the elephants in the (eight) quarters are all able to perform their duties.
Tvat-padoyam-ajasrithascha ruchira-sparsanvitho yoginam-
Antha: svakrutir-ushmabhakcha Mahisha-pradhvamsana-prakrame
Evam khalv-akhil-aksharatmakam-amum Sailendrakanye katham
Bhashante natavarga-bandhum-apavargalambanam va jana:

Daughter of Himavan! Your Sripada is the refuge of Brahma; It is very soft of touch; It is present in the hearts of Yogis; It is powerful during the destruction of Mahishasura. When Your Sripada is thus ever brilliant in many ways, how shall people describe It: as friend of worshipping public or as the giver of liberation?

Alternate meaning: Your Sripada is the refuge of the vowels starting from A, possesses the beautiful consonants; has the 'Antastha' letters (of the alphabet), i.e. Ya, ra, la and va; has the 'ushma' letters, i.e. sa, sha and sa. When Your Sripada is thus the repository of all the letters of the alphabet, how can people say that the 'tha' group or 'pa' group of letters are not there?

Sri Narayana Bhattatri again employs pun on a large group of words to convey the omniscience and omnipotence of Sripada.

Sri Nilakantha Dikshita says in Ananadasagarasthava:
Chintamanis-tribhuvanesvari koustubhascha
khyatou mani tava gruhangana-kuttimasthou |
Kim ratnam-anyad-upalabhya kirita-kotim

Vachaspati-prabrutayas-tava varnayantu
Ruler of the three worlds! The courtyard of Your abode is paved with the famous jewels, Chinatamani and Koustubha. When that is the case, can even Brihaspathi and others like him describe the jewel in the tip of Your diadem?
Unmeelan-nakhamandali-himakana: sona-prabha-gairikam
Bibhrana: parisobhamana-katako bhuyovanai-kasraya:
Gayat-siddhavadhu-nishevita-tala: Pads-tvadeeya: Sive
Rajatyesha himadri-padavad-idam yuktam Himadre: Sute

Sankari! Daughter of Himavan! Your Foot shines like the foothills of Himalayas. The row of brilliant nails is like the drops of dew. Your Foot carries Girija, who shines in red. (Himalayas have hills shining in red.) Your Foot has the radiant anklet. (Himalayas have shining ridges). Your Foot is the only refuge in protecting (the worshippers) again and again. (Himalayas have many forests), Your Foot is frequented by the singing Siddha women. (Himalayan foothills are frequented by the singing Siddha women).

Sri Narayana Bhattatri employs pun and metaphor to bring out the similarity between Devi's Sripada and Himalayas.

Kalidasa says in Kumara Sambhavam:
Prabha-mahatya sikhayeva deepas-trimargayeva tridivasya marga: |

Samskaravatyeva gira manishi taya saputascha vibhushitascha
Like the lamp with resplendent flame, the celestial region with the Akasaganga, the Sanskrit language with the thoughtful grammar, even so the Himalayan range was purified and decorated by Parvathi.
Dikpalair-dasabhi: pruthak-pruthag-ayam tvat-padayor-arpitho
Drusyo bhakty-anuraga eva dasadha sonanguli-srimishat
Padabhyamapi tan prati prakatitha nunam prasad-ankura
Drusyanthe nakha-kanthi-pankthi- dasaka-vyajena Sailatmaje

Daughter of Himavan! The bhakti (devotion) shown by the protector of the ten quarters separately at Your Feet is seen clearly as if through the splendour of the red coloured (Raga) ten fingers. The buds of grace exhibited by Your Feet towards them are also clearly seen as if in the brilliance of the row of ten nails.

The protectors of the ten quarters are Indra - east, Agni - south east, Yama-south, Nirruthi- south west, Varuna - west, Vayu- north west, Kubera - north, Isana - north east, Brahma - upward and Vishnu - downward.

The poet brings out in this verse the special compassion shown by Devi's Sripada towards the worshippers. In the following ten verses Sri Bhattatri describes the entreaties of each of the protectors of the ten quarters.

Kalidasa sings in Syamala Dandakam:
Prahvadevesa Lakshmisa Bhutesa Toyesa Vanisa Kinasa Daityesa Yakshesa Vayvagni kotira manikya sanghrushta-balatapoddama laksha-ras-arunya tarunya Lakshmi-gruhitanghri-padme, Supadme Ume! (3)
Uma! Bearing a beautiful lotus - May You rule Supreme, whose lotus-like Feet have assumed the splendour of youth by the red lac-dye brightened like the rays of the morning sun when rubbed by the rubies on the crowns of Indra, Vishnu, Siva, Varuna, Brahma, Yama, Nirruti, Kubera, Vayu and Agni, who prostrate at Your Feet.

Meghanam kulisaya chapratihatha dhara: kramantham chiram
No drusyetha cha danavari-vibhavo nakasya nagasya cha |
Putro(a)yam mama sainikascha dadhatham nityam Jayantha: sukham

Tvat-padambuja-pathina: Surapather-itham jayanty-arthana:
Devi! The prayers of Indra at Your lotus Feet are : Let the showers from the clouds and the sharp edges of my Vajrayudha prevail unhindered at all times; Let Swarga and my mount, the elephant Airavatha never experience disgrace at the hands of the Asura enemies; Let my son Jayantha and my soldiers be ever victorious and enjoy happiness. Indra's prayers are fruitful.
Devi Bhagavatham tells us the story of how Indra and other Devas entreated Devi during a very severe drought and how Devi, as Satakshi, bestowed rains and food on the parched worlds.
Mochayamasa lokeshu varidhara: sahasrasa:
Navaratram maha-vrushtir-abhun-netrod-bhavair-jalai:

Devi unleashed on the worlds heavy showers in thousands; Out of the waters from Devi's eyes, heavy rains lashed for nine nights.

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