Bhuvaneshwari is the Queen (Ishvari) of the phenomenal world (Bhuvan). It is the prime force Parashakti, which manifests herself as the phenomenal world. As a queen, she is interested in the welfare of her subjects and resides in the hearth chakra.
Once Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva quarreled over who was supreme. When the quarrel became too serious, the Divine Mother took them to her abode, where they saw themselves as three women attendants, taking care of creation, preservation and destruction.
Bhavneshwari is one of the ten Mahavidyas - the others are Kali, Tara, Shodashi, Bhairavi, Chinnamasta and Dhumavati, Matangi, Kamala and Bagla Mukhi. The Mahavidyas represent some or other incarnation or manifestation of the Divine Mother. They are in this sense also to be regarded as Vidyas or different approaches to (tantric) knowledge.
Her bija sound is the same as that of Maya. Through the worship of Bhuvaneshwari the divine plan is realized and the illusionary nature of Maya becomes the play of the divine Leela. This brings a deep change in the emotions and in body chemistry.
The name of the Mahavidya itself means the ruler of the world and a Sadhak of Bhuvaneshwari is always victorious on all fronts in life and becomes all-powerful. Even Ram had to propitiate the Goddess before defeating Ravan who had conquered even heaven.
A Sadhak of Bhuvaneshwari gains a mesmerising personality that draws all people to him and makes them readily obey his command. Diseases, enemies and problems are forever banished from his life and he has unexpected and huge monetary gains. Such a person conquers all problems in life - even the danger of untimely death. He leads a joyous family life and gains fame and respect nation and world wide. Whatever he wishes for is fulfilled, for he is bestowed with 64 divine virtues which help him succeed in every venture that he undertakes. He becomes a virtual Man of his Age. This Sadhana can be started on first day of any month.
Represents: Goddess Bhuvaneshwari
Purpose: for achieving deep meditation and knowledge
Om Hreem Shreem Kleem Bhuvaneshrayah Namah
Shri Bhuvaneshwari Stotra
English Transcription (Script)
Shri Ganeshaya Namaha I Shri Bhuvaneshwaryai Namaha I
ashtasidhiramLaxmi arupaabahurupiNii I
trishulaa bhukkaraa devi pashamkusha vidhariNii II 1 II
khatgaKhetadhara devi ghanTaNii chakradhaariNii I
shodashii tripuraadevi trirekhaa parameshwarii II 2 II
koumaarii pingalaa chaiva vaariNii jagamohinii I
durgedevii trigandhaa cha namaste shiva nayak II 3 II
evam chaashTa shataanaamacha shloke tritava bhaavitam I
bhaktayaha paThen nityam daridram nasti nishchitam II 4 II
ekakale pathe nityam dhana dhanya samaakulam I
dvikaale yaha paThean nityam sarva shatru vinashanam II 5 II
trikaale yaha pathen nityam sarva roga haramparam I
chatushakaale pathen nityam prasannaa bhuvaneshwarii II 6 II
iti shrii rudrayaamale ishwar-parvati samvaade shri bhuvaneshwari stotram sampurnam II
Here completes the Bhuvaneshwari Stotra. It is from Rudrayamala. The Stotra arises from the discussion of God Shankara and Goddess Parvati.
Shri Bhuvaneshwari Stotra
Translation and Meaning
Shri Bhuvaneshwari Stotra is in Sanskrit. It is from Rudrayamala. The Stotra arises from the discussion of God Shankara and Goddess Parvati. It is said that Shri Bhuvaneshwari Devi controls all three worlds. Everything comes under her divine lila (power). If we worship goddess Bhuvaneshwari we become conscious and aware by receiving the knowledge behind our creation. In Pandharpur, Maharashtra and Oudumbar Maharashtra temples of Goddess Bhuvaneshwari are found.
The stotra starts with bowing to god Ganesh and goddess Bhuvaneshwari.
1) The Stotra is a collection of pious names of the goddess. She is Laxmi with Ashtasidhi, She has a roopa or form and don’t have a roopa or form. She is Trishula, Bhukkara Devi and she has Pasha and Akusha in her hands as wepons for destroying the demons.
2) She is also holding weapons, Khadga and Khetara in her hands. She is Ghantini and Chakradharini. She is of sixteen years old Tripuradevi and she is Trirekha Parmeshwari.
3) She is not married; she is Pingala, Varini and Jagmohini. She is Durga Devi and TriGandha and she is bowed by Shiva Nayak.
4) All the names in above three sholaks (Stanzas) are more pious than the description in the earlier eight hundred sholaks (Stanzas). Whosoever recites it daily with devotion, faith and concentration; will receive blessing from the goddess Bhuvaneshwari and certainly his poverty will be removed and will become reach.
5) The person who recites it once daily will receive food, money and wealth. The person who recites it twice in a day will be blessed by the Goddess and his enemies will be destroyed.
6) The person who recites it thrice in a day will be free from all types of deceases. Thus becomes long lived. The person who recites it four times in a day will be always blessed by the Goddess Bhuvaneshwari. She will always be with him.
Here completes the Bhuvaneshwari Stotra.