Goddess Durga Shlokas
Goddess Durga Shlokas in Sanskrit with Transliteration along with English and Hindi translation are listed here for Sanskrit learners.
Shlokas are verses in poetic form. They are composed in a specific way, having a specific number of lines, with specific number of words per line.
Usually they are made of quarter-verses of 8 syllables each, or of two half-verses of 16 syllables each.
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