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Sharada Mahatmya
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Glory of Sarada
Om - Glory of Sarada begins.
Bhairavi said,

O, Mahadeva,
Tell about the best forest of Sarada truthfully,
Where having gone, Sandilya there got all his desires fulfilled.

How, the Goddess who is named Sarada,
who neither has a beginning nor an end, came to earth
and assumed the three-fold form.

 


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O, Mahadeva! desiring the welfare of the world, tell about her glory. Who is this Supreme Goddess bearing the designation of Sarada.

Bhairava said, O, Great Goddess, listen to me. I shall speak about the best forest named Sarada sighting which, one attains the highest accomplishments.

The great Sage of high spirituality got a son named Sandilya, who bore semblance to him, from the daughter of a person of a low caste. (chandala)

   
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