Beautiful and emotional, this text stands for Hindu warrior Goddess Chandi. He created Shiva-Shakti, four Vedas and three modes of maya and Pervades in three worlds. He created day and night, the lamps of sun and moon and the whole world with five elements. He extended enmity and fight between the gods and demons and Himself seated on His Throne 1. Thy light is shining in the world, O Powerful Chand-Chamunda!
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Overview[ edit ] Chandi stands for the embodiment of ferocious "shakti" or the female form of cosmic energy. Ukat i bilas is divided into eight cantos, comprises couplets and quatrains, employing seven different metres, with Savaiyya and Dohara predominating. In the former, the source of the story mentioned is Durga Saptasati, which is a portion of Markandeya Purana , from chapters 81 to The language of the composition is Braj.
Ukti Bilas was composed at Anandpur Sahib , before , the year when the Bichitra Natak was completed. Chandi Charitar 2 self-composed but it is said to be based on Devi Bhagwat Puran skandh 5, chapters 2 to 35  , Chandi di Var self-composed , Chandi Charitar - Charitropakhyan - Charitar 1 self-composed and Ugardanti self-composed.
He created Siv-Sakti, four Vedas and three modes of maya and Pervades in three worlds. He created day and night, the lamps of sun and moon and the whole world with five elements. He extended enmity and fight between the gods and demons and Himself seated on His Throne scans it. In contrast, Sakar Hindus and the anti-Dasam Granth people  portray Chandi as a lady having physical appearance: a combination of Mahakali , Mahalakshmi and Maha Saraswati. That I shall not fear when I go into combat.
And with determination I will be victorious. That I may teach myself this greed alone, to learn only Thy praises. And when the last days of my life come, I may die in the might of the battlefield.
Chandi Charitar II
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Chandi Charitar II