Nithya sthothra Parayanam

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Translated by P. R. Ramachander

Stotras as soon as one wakes up:

As soon a person wakes up, he is supposed to see his palm and recite the following sloka:

Karagre vasathu Lakshmi, Karamadhye Saraswathi,
Karamoole sthitha Gowri, Prabhate Kaa Darshanam.

Lakshmi lives in the tip of my palm,
Saraswathi lives in its middle,
And Gowri lives at its base,
So I see my palm in the early morn.


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