Siddha Mangala Stotra - A Miraculous Stotra to fulfil Desires (in Multiple Languages)

The  Siddha Mangala Stotra emphasises the greatness of Sree Paada Sree Vallabha as  an incarnation of Lord Dattatreya. Sreepaada vallabha born at Pithapur in Andhra Pradesh, in the 13th century. Sree Baapanaarya, the grandfather of Sreepaada Vallabha had seen Datta in Sreepaada vallabha.He praised Lord Dattatreya in the form of ‘Siddha Managala Stotra’.

There is a specific procedure for parayana of this stotra, for fulfilling a particular wish. This stotra has to be recited for 40 days, daily in the morning after holy bath, one has to Recite this stotra for 11 times and offer any fruit as naivedyam.On 40 th day one has do annadana (Donation of food) either at home or at temples or ashrams etc. Thursdays /Tuesdays are best days to start. The day Chitta nakshtram falls in a month is very auspicious for starting the parayana, as Sri Padavallabha is born on this nakshtram. The best prasadam to offer him anytime is Wheat rava halwa. It is his favourite. The most auspicious day is when chitta nakshtram falls on a Tuesday. The result of this stotra is unexplainable. By doing the Paarayana of this stotra, it gives the same result which is equal to performing Anaghaashtami Vratha, feeding one thousand brahmins.

Datta devotees, who are totally involved in prayer, will certainly get their wishes fulfilled, once they finish this parayana. Around the place, where this sthothra is recited, "Siddha Purushas" will be moving around in the "Sookshma Vayu mandala". It will be chanted only by the persons who have Datta’s grace and Lord Datta may give darshan to such devotees. This Divya stothram is introduced to the devotees of the world in the chapter 17 of SriPada SriVallabha Charitamrutam by Sri Namananda Swami to his disciples.

In English
Sreemadanantha Sree Vibhooshitha Appala Laxmee Narasimha Raajaa
jaya Vijayeebhava ! Digvijayeebhava! Sreemadakhanda Sreevijayeebhava

Sree Vidyaadhari Raadha Surekha Sreeraakheedhara Sreepaadaa
Jaya Vijayeebhava ! Digvijayeebhava! Sreemadakhanda Sreevijayeebhava

Maathaa Sumathee Vaatsalyaamrutha Pariposhitha Jaya Sree Paadaa
jaya Vijayeebhava ! Digvijayeebhava! Sreemadakhanda Sreevijayeebhava

Satya Rusheeswara Duhithaanandana Baapanaaryanutha Sree Charanaa
jaya Vijayeebhava ! Digvijayeebhava! Sreemadakhanda Sreevijayeebhava

Savitrukaathaka Chayana Punyaphala Bharadwaaja Rushi Gotra Sambhavaa
jaya Vijayeebhava ! Digvijayeebhava! Sreemadakhanda Sreevijayeebhava

Dho Choupaathi Dev Laxmee Ghana Sankhyaa Bodhitha Sreecharanaa
Jaya Vijayeebhava ! Digvijayeebhava! Sreemadakhanda Sreevijayeebhava

Punyaroopinee Rajamaamba Sutha Garbhapunyaphala Sanjaathaa
Jaya Vijayeebhava ! Digvijayeebhava! Sreemadakhanda Sreevijayeebhava

Sumathee Nandana Naraharinandana Dattadeva Prabhu Sreepaadaa
Jaya Vijayeebhava ! Digvijayeebhava! Sreemadakhanda Sreevijayeebhava

Peethikaapura Nitya Vihaaraa Madhumathi Dattaa Mangalaroopaa
Jaya Vijayeebhava ! Digvijayeebhava! Sreemadakhanda Sreevijayeebhava

Lord Dattatreya believed to be smarthagami, one who will be present wherever his name is chanted.

There several testimonials to the above belief .There are thousands of devotees, whose wishes are fulfilled after reciting above Sloka. Those who are not married got married, childless couple are blessed, jobless got good jobs, and students got good marks after chanting this Stotra.

In Telugu
సిద్ధ మంగళస్తోత్రము 

శ్రీమదనంత  శ్రీవిభూషిత అప్పలలక్ష్మి  నరసింహరాజా
జయవిజయీభవ  దిగ్విజయీభవ  శ్రీమదఖండ  శ్రీవిజయీభవ

శ్రీవిద్యాధరి  రాధా సురేఖా శ్రీరాఖీధర  శ్రీపాదా 
జయవిజయీభవ  దిగ్విజయీభవ  శ్రీమదఖండ  శ్రీవిజయీభవ 

మాతాసుమతీ వాత్సల్యామృత  పరిపోషిత జయ శ్రీపాదా 
జయవిజయీభవ  దిగ్విజయీభవ  శ్రీమదఖండ  శ్రీవిజయీభవ 

సత్యఋషీశ్వర  దుహితానందన  బాపనార్యనుత  శ్రీచరణా
జయవిజయీభవ  దిగ్విజయీభవ  శ్రీమదఖండ  శ్రీవిజయీభవ 

సవిత్రకాటకచయన  పుణ్యఫల  భరద్వాజ  ఋషి  గోత్రసంభవా 
జయవిజయీభవ  దిగ్విజయీభవ  శ్రీమదఖండ  శ్రీవిజయీభవ 

దో చౌపాతీ  దేవ్  లక్ష్మీ ఘన  సంఖ్యాబోధిత  శ్రీచరణా 
జయవిజయీభవ  దిగ్విజయీభవ  శ్రీమదఖండ  శ్రీవిజయీభవ 

పుణ్యరూపిణి   రాజమాంబసుత  గర్భపుణ్యఫల  సంజాతా 
జయవిజయీభవ  దిగ్విజయీభవ  శ్రీమదఖండ  శ్రీవిజయీభవ 

సుమతీనందన  నరహరినందన  దత్తదేవప్రభు  శ్రీపాదా 
జయవిజయీభవ  దిగ్విజయీభవ  శ్రీమదఖండ  శ్రీవిజయీభవ 

పీఠికాపుర  నిత్యవిహారా  మధుమతి  దత్తా మంగళరూపా 
జయవిజయీభవ  దిగ్విజయీభవ  శ్రీమదఖండ  శ్రీవిజయీభవ

In Tamil
ஸ்ரீபாதா ஸ்ரீவல்லப சரிதாம்ருதத்தில் இடம்பெறும் இந்த ஸ்லோகத்தை தினமும் பாராயணம் செய்வதால் எல்லா இடையூறுகளும் நீங்கி சகல சௌபாக்கியம் கூடும்.

ஸ்ரீமதனந்த ஸ்ரீ விபூஷித அப்பல லக்ஷ்மி நரசிம்மராஜா
ஜய விஜயீபவ திக்விஜயீபவ ஸ்ரீமதகண்ட ஸ்ரீவிஜயீபவ (1)

ஸ்ரீ வித்யாதரி ராதா சுரேகா ஸ்ரீராகிதரா ஸ்ரீபாதா
ஜய விஜயீபவ திக்விஜயீபவ ஸ்ரீமதகண்ட ஸ்ரீவிஜயீபவ (2)

மாதா சுமதி வாத்ஸல்யாம்ருத பரிபோஷித ஜய ஸ்ரீபாதா
ஜய விஜயீபவ திக்விஜயீபவ ஸ்ரீமதகண்ட ஸ்ரீவிஜயீபவ (3)

ஸத்ய ருஷீச்வர துஹிதானந்தன பாபனார்யனுத ஸ்ரீ சரணாஜய விஜயீபவ திக்விஜயீபவ ஸ்ரீமதகண்ட ஸ்ரீவிஜயீபவ (4)

 ஸவித்ருகாடக சயன புண்யபல பாரத்வாஜ ருஷிகோத்ர ஸம்பவா
ஜய விஜயீபவ திக்விஜயீபவ ஸ்ரீமதகண்ட ஸ்ரீவிஜயீபவ (5)

தோ சொவ்பாதீ தேவ லக்ஷ்மி கணஸம்க்யா போதித்த ஸ்ரீ சரணா
ஜய விஜயீபவ திக்விஜயீபவ ஸ்ரீமதகண்ட ஸ்ரீவிஜயீபவ (6)

புண்ய ரூபிணீ ராஜமாம்பசுத கர்ப புண்யபல ஸம்ஜாதா
ஜய விஜயீபவ திக்விஜயீபவ ஸ்ரீமதகண்ட ஸ்ரீவிஜயீபவ (7)

சுமதிநந்தன நரஹரினந்தன தத்த தேவ பிரபு ஸ்ரீபாதா
ஜய விஜயீபவ திக்விஜயீபவ ஸ்ரீமதகண்ட ஸ்ரீவிஜயீபவ (8)

பீடிகாபுற நித்யவிஹாரா மதுமதி தத்தா மங்கள ரூபா
ஜய விஜயீபவ திக்விஜயீபவ ஸ்ரீமதகண்ட ஸ்ரீவிஜயீபவ (9)

In Hindi / Sanskrit
श्रीमदनन्त
श्रीविभूषित अप्पल लक्ष्मी नरसिम्हराजा
जय
विजयीभव दिग्विजयीभव श्रीमदखण्ड श्रीविजयीभव (1)

shrImadananta shrIvibhOShita appala lakshmI narasimharAjA
jaya vijayEbhava digvijayEbhava shrImadakhaNDa shrIvijayEbhava

श्रीविद्याधरि राधा सुरेखा श्रीराखिधरा श्रीपादा
जय विजयीभव दिग्विजयीभव श्रीमदखण्ड श्रीविजयीभव (2)
shrIvidyAdhari rAdhAsurekhA shrIrAkhidharA shrIpAdA
jaya vijayEbhava digvijayEbhava shrImadakhaNDa shrIvijayEbhava

माता सुमती वात्सल्यामृत परिपोषित जय श्रीपादा
जय विजयीभव दिग्विजयीभव श्रीमदखण्ड श्रीविजयीभव (3)
mAtA sumatI vAtsalyAmruta paripoShita jaya shrIpAdA
jaya vijayEbhava digvijayEbhava shrImadakhaNDa shrIvijayEbhava


सत्य ऋषीश्वर दुहितानन्दन बापनार्यनुत श्रीचरणा
जय विजयीभव दिग्विजयीभव श्रीमदखण्ड श्रीविजयीभव (4)
satyaruShEshwara duhitAnandan bApanAryanuta shrIcharaNA
jaya vijayEbhava digvijayEbhava shrImadakhaNDa shrIvijayEbhava


सवित्रृकाठकचयन पुण्यफल भारद्वाजऋषि गोत्र संभवा
जय विजयीभव दिग्विजयीभव श्रीमदखण्ड श्रीविजयीभव (5)
savitrukAThakachayana puNyaphala bhAradwAjaruShi gotra sambhavA
jaya vijayEbhava digvijayEbhava shrImadakhaNDa shrIvijayEbhava

दो चौपाती देव लक्ष्मी घनससंख्या बोधित श्रीचरणा
जय विजयीभव दिग्विजयीभव श्रीमदखण्ड श्रीविजयीभव (6)
do chowpAtI dev lakshmI ghanasamkhyA bodhita shrIcharaNA
jaya vijayEbhava digvijayEbhava shrImadakhaNDa shrIvijayEbhava

पुण्यरूपिणी राजमांबसुत गर्भपुण्यफल संजाता
जय विजयीभव दिग्विजयीभव श्रीमदखण्ड श्रीविजयीभव (7)
puNyarUpiNI rAjamAmbasuta garbha puNyaphala samjAtA
jaya vijayEbhava digvijayEbhava shrImadakhaNDa shrIvijayEbhava

सुमतीनन्दन नरहरिनन्दन दत्तदेवप्रभु श्रीपादा
जय विजयीभव दिग्विजयीभव श्रीमदखण्ड श्रीविजयीभव (8)
sumatInandana naraharinandana dattadevaprabhu shrIpAdA
jaya vijayEbhava digvijayEbhava shrImadakhaNDa shrIvijayEbhava

पीठिकापुर नित्यविहारा मधुमती दत्ता मन्गलरूपा
जय विजयीभव दिग्विजयीभव श्रीमदखण्ड श्रीविजयीभव (9)
pIThikApura nityavihArA madhumati dattA magalarUpA
jaya vijayEbhava digvijayEbhava shrImadakhaNDa shrIvijayEbhava

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