Devadeveshwara Avatara of Dattatreya

Devadeveshwara Avatara is fourteenth of Dattatreya’s 16 incarnations. Shri Datta’s Devadeveshwara Avatara was first appeared on Bhadrapada Shuddha Chaturdashi, Friday, Shatatarka Nakshatra (Shatabhisha) in the first prahar (first muhurat) of the day.

Devadeveshwara Avatara is also referred to as DevaDeva.

Shri Datta roamed from the south of Narmada to Mahur in the forest. He bathed in rivers, lakes, at holy places and gave darshan to Rushi-munis. This region was full of black awala trees and so it was called ‘Krishnamalaki Tirth’.

The Gods, Brahmadeo, Shatanand, son of Goutam had come and seen Shri Datta here.

Devadeveshwara Dhyana Shloka

Sarvaaparaadha Naashaaya

Sarva Paapa Haraayacha

Deva Devaaya Devaaya

Namosthu Paramaathmane

Devadeveshwara Arghya Mantras

Devadevaaya Devaaya, Dukha Shoka Haraayacha, Devadevaaya Devaaya, Karmanaargyam Dadaamyaham

Kaayena yatkrutam tatsarvam shree guru dattatreyaarpanamasthu

Sarva Aparaadha Naashaaya, Sarva Paapa Haraayacha, Devdevaaya Devaaya, Karmanaargyam Dadaamyaham

Vachasaa yatkrutam tatsarvam shree guru dattatreyaarpanamasthu

Bhakta Priyaaya Devaaya, Shudhaaya Paramaathmane, Dattatreyaaya Devaaya, Karmanaargyam Dadaamyaham

Manasaa yatkrutam tatsarvam shree guru dattatreyaarpanamasthu

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