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I shall offer my obeisance in my endeavour to eulogize that first Tirthankar. Can even Brihaspati, the teacher of gods, with the help of his infinite wisdom, narrate your virtues spotless as the moonbeams? I am incapable of narrating your innumberable virtues.

(certainly not.) Is it possible for a man to swim across the ocean full of alligators, lashed by gales of deluge? Still, urged by my devotion for you, I intend eulogise you.

An unidentified Sanskrit poet Matanga, composer of "Brahaddeshi" on music theory, may also have been the same person.

Indeed,the splendour and shine of priceless jewels can not be seen in the glass pieces shining in the light. It is good that I have seen other deities before seeing you. It is not surprising that all the virtues have been packed into you, leaving no place for vices. Elated by the false pride, they drift away and do not draw closer to you even in their dream. Seated on the throne with kaleidoscopic hue of gems, your splendid golden body looks magnificent and attractive like the rising sun on the peak of the eastern mountain, emitting golden rays under blue sky. The snow white fans of loose fibres (giant whisks) swinging on both sides of your golden body appear like streams of water,pure and glittering as the rising moon,flowing down the sides of the peakof the golden mountain, Sumeru. A three tier canopy adorns the space over your head.

The dissatisfaction even after seeing them has been removed by the glance of your detached and serene expression. It has the soft white radiance of the moon and is decorated with jewels. Indeed, this canopy symbolizes your dominance over the three worlds.

Bhaktamara Stotra is recited by many with religious regularity. I offer my respectful salutations at the feet of Bhagavan Adinath, the propagator of religion at the beginning of this era.

The original Stotra is in Sanskrit and written in Devnagiri script. The Lords of the Gods, with profound wisdom, have eulogized Bhagavan Adinath with Hymns bringing joy to the audience of three realms (heaven, earth and hell).

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