Śrī Mahākāmeśvara Aṣṭa-triṃśadyakṣara Mantraḥ (श्री महाकामेश्वर अष्ट त्रिंशद्यक्षर मन्त्रः)

 

Source :- Trikūṭa Rahasyam.

Purpose :- Supremacy over all triads, fulfillment of all wishes, as well as self-realization and liberation.

Pre-requisites :- Any forms of Ṣoḍaśī, especially Mahāṣoḍaśī is highly recommended.

Special Note :- Śrī Mahākāmeśvara is associated with the hadi mata (hadi tradition) of Śrī Vidya. The more popular kadi mata extolled by the Paraśurāma Kalpa Sūtrās, does not mention this mantra and the Mahāṣoḍaśī mantra itself is considered supreme. However, some schools of Śrī Vidya prescribe the tradition of following the Śrī Mahākāmeśvara mantra japa, after completing the Mahāṣoḍaśī mantra and acquiring the Mahāpāduka mantras associated with the pūrṇābhiṣeka rituals. The purpose of this mantra, is clearly for attaining liberation through the dissolution of all triads and diads and unification with the singular reality.

1. viniyogaḥ (विनियोगः) :-

om̐ asyaśrī mahākāmeśvara bhaṭṭāraka mahāmantrasya

ānanda bhairava ṛṣiḥ

pañkti chandaḥ

anekakoṭi rahasya trayo mantro śrī mahākāmeśvara bhaṭṭārako devatā

hasakṣamalavarayūm̐ bījaṃ

sahakṣamalavarayīm̐ śaktiḥ

yaralavakṣamayūm̐ kīlakaṃ

jīvan mukti prasādaye jape viniyogaḥ

ॐ अस्यश्री महाकामेश्वर भट्टारक महामन्त्रस्य ।

आनन्द भैरव ऋषिः ।

पञ्क्ति छन्दः ।

अनेककोटि रहस्य त्रयो मन्त्रो श्री महाकामेश्वर भट्टारको देवता ।

हसक्षमलवरयूँ बीजं ।

सहक्षमलवरयीँ शक्तिः ।

यरलवक्षमयूँ कीलकं ।

जीवन् मुक्ति प्रसादये जपे विनियोगः ॥

Meaning:- This prayer/mantra japa is to invoke Śrī Mahākāmeśvara and perform His mantra japa to obtain His complete grace in all aspects, specifically for all types of wish fulfillment and most specifically jīvan mukti or mokṣa (liberation). The sage (ṛṣiḥ) is the divine seer Ānanda Bhairava , the meter (chandas) for the mantra is Pañkti  and the deity is the cause of the innumerable triads - Śrī Mahākāmeśvara, the seed (bījaṃ) is hasakṣamalavarayūm̐, the power or śakti is sahakṣamalavarayīm̐. The key (kīlakaṃ) to unlock the mantra is yaralavakṣamayūm̐.

2. ṛṣyādi nyāsa ( ऋष्यादि न्यास ) :-

S.no.

IAST

Devanāgari

Procedure

1

ānanda bhairava ṛṣaye namaḥ śirasi

आनन्द भैरव नमः शिरसि

Open the right palm and touch the top of the forehead with the ring and thumb fingers joined at the top.

2

pañkti chandase namaḥ mukhe

पञ्क्ति छन्दसे नमः मुखे

Now touch the lips of the mouth with the above mudrā.

3

anekakoṭi rahasya trayo mantro śrī mahākāmeśvara bhaṭṭārako devatāyai namaḥ hṛdi

अनेककोटि रहस्य त्रयो मन्त्रो श्री महाकामेश्वर भट्टारको देवतायै नमः हृदि

Touch the heart with the right palm.

4

hasakṣamalavarayūm̐ bījāya namaḥ guhye

हसक्षमलवरयूँ बीजाय नमः गुह्ये

Touch the genitalia with the right ring finger and thumb joined together.

5

sahakṣamalavarayīm̐ śaktaye namaḥ pādayoḥ

सहक्षमलवरयीँ शक्तये नमः पादयोः

Touch the feet with the right ring finger and thumb joined together.

6

yaralavakṣamayūm̐ kīlakāya namaḥ nābhau

यरलवक्षमयूँ कीलकाय नमः नाभौ

Touch the navel area with the right ring finger and thumb joined together.

7

jīvan mukti prasādaye jape viniyogāya namaḥ sarvāṅge

जीवन् मुक्ति प्रसादये जपे विनियोगाय नमः सर्वाङ्गे

Run both the palms all over the body.

8

iti ṛṣyādi nyāsaḥ

इति ऋष्यादि न्यासः

 

3. karanyāsaḥ (करन्यासः) :-

S.no.

IAST

Devanāgari

Procedure

1

hasakṣamalavarayūm̐ aṅguṣṭhābhyāṃ namaḥ

हसक्षमलवरयूँ अङ्गुष्ठाभ्यां नमः

Use both the index fingers and run them on both the thumbs.

2

sahakṣamalavarayīm̐ tarjanībhyāṃ namaḥ

सहक्षमलवरयीँ तर्जनीभ्यां नमः

Use both the thumbs and run them on both the index fingers.

3

yaralavakṣamayūm̐ madhyamābhyāṃ namaḥ

यरलवक्षमयूँ मध्यमाभ्यां नमः

Use both the thumbs on the middle fingers.

4

hasakṣamalavarayūm̐ anāmikābhyāṃ namaḥ

हसक्षमलवरयूँ अनामिकाभ्यां नमः

Use both the thumbs on the ring fingers.

5

sahakṣamalavarayīm̐ kaniṣṭhikābhyāṃ namaḥ

सहक्षमलवरयीँ कनिष्ठिकाभ्यां नमः

Use both the thumbs on the little fingers.

6

yaralavakṣamayūm̐ karatalakarapṛṣṭhābhyāṃ namaḥ

यरलवक्षमयूँ करतलकरपृष्ठाभ्यां नमः

Open both the palms; run the opened palms of the right hand on the front and back sides of the left palm and repeat the same for the other palm.

7

iti kara nyāsaḥ

इति कर न्यासः

 

4. aṅganyāsaḥ (अङ्गन्यासः) :-

S.no.

IAST

Devanāgari

Procedure

1

hasakṣamalavarayūm̐ hṛdayāya namaḥ

हसक्षमलवरयूँ  हृदयाय नमः

Open index, middle and ring fingers of the right hand and place them on the heart chakra.

2

sahakṣamalavarayīm̐ śirase svāhā

सहक्षमलवरयीँ शिरसे स्वाहा

Open middle and ring fingers of the right hand and touch the top of the forehead.

3

yaralavakṣamayūm̐ śikhāyai vaṣaṭ

यरलवक्षमयूँ शिखायै वषट्

Open the right thumb and touch the back of the head. This is the point where the tuft of hair, is kept.

4

hasakṣamalavarayūm̐ kavacāya hum̐

हसक्षमलवरयूँ कवचाय हुँ

Cross both the hands and run the fully opened palms from shoulders to finger tips.

5

sahakṣamalavarayīm̐ netratrayāya vauṣaṭ

सहक्षमलवरयीँ नेत्रत्रयाय वौषट्

Touch the eyes with the right index and ring fingers, with the middle finger touching the ājña cakra.

6

yaralavakṣamayūm̐ astrāya phaṭ

यरलवक्षमयूँ अस्त्राय फट्

Open up the left palm and strike it three times with index and middle fingers of the right hand.

7

iti ṣaḍaṅga nyāsaḥ

इति षडङ्ग न्यासः

 

bhūr-bhuva-ssuvarom-iti digbandhaḥ

भूर्भुवस्सुवरोमिति दिग्बन्धः॥

May all the directions be sealed and may no thoughts or disturbances impact our ability to recite the hymn.

5. dhyānaṃ (ध्यानं) :-

śrīdevī bhūṣitotsaṅgaṃ sāndra sindūrarociṣam

hakārādi manorvācyaṃ vande kāmeśvaraṃ haram ॥

श्रीदेवी भूषितोत्सङ्गं सान्द्र सिन्दूररोचिषं ।

हकारादि मनोर्वाच्यं वन्दे कामेश्वरं हरम् ॥

Meaning:- Salutations and praise be to Lord Mahākāmeśvara, who is Hara (Lord Śiva) Himself. He is alongside His consort Śrīdevī, seated on His lap and appearing like a compact red self-effulgent dot (in the middle of Śrīcakra). He is blissful and extolled in the hakāra tradition of Śrī Vidya, also known as Lopamudra tradition. He is verily the inner voice and song of the mind, rooted in deep contemplation of His indescribable form.

He is the cause of all triads and is Himself dimensionless, represented by the dot in the middle of the Śrīcakra, merged with His consort Śrīdevī and beyond form. He is the unmanifested Parabrahman.

6. Pañcapūjā (पञ्चपूजा) :-

S.no.

IAST

Devanāgari

Procedure

1

lam̐ - pṛthivyātmikāyai gandhaṁ samarpayāmi

लँ - पृथिव्यात्मिकायै गन्धं समर्पयामि

Hold the lower tip of the bottom phalange of the little fingers of both hands with the upper tip of the thumbs, with the back of the hand facing us.

2

ham̐ - ākāśātmikāyai puṣpaiḥ pūjayāmi

हँ - आकाशात्मिकायै पुष्पैः पूजयामि

Hold the lower tip of the bottom phalange of the thumbs of both hands with the upper tip/nails of the index fingers, with the back of the hand facing us.

3

yam̐ - vāyvātmikāyai dhūpamāghrāpayāmi

यँ - वाय्वात्मिकायै धूपमाघ्रापयामि

Hold the lower tip of the bottom phalange of the index fingers of both hands with the upper tip of the thumbs, with the back of the hand facing us.

4

ram̐ - agnyātmikāyai dīpaṁ darśayāmi

रँ - अग्न्यात्मिकायै दीपं दर्शयामि

Hold the lower tip of the bottom phalange of the middle fingers of both hands with the upper tip of the thumbs, with the back of the hand facing us.

5

vam̐ - amṛtātmikāyai amṛtaṁ mahānaivedyaṁ nivedayāmi

वँ - अमृतात्मिकायै अमृतं महानैवेद्यं निवेदयामि

Hold the lower tip of the bottom phalange of the ring fingers of both hands with the upper tip of the thumbs, with the back of the hand facing us.

6

sam̐ - sarvātmikāyai sarvopacāra pūjām samarpayāmi

सँ - सर्वात्मिकायै सर्वोपचार पूजाम् समर्पयामि

Hold the fingers of each palm in a folded manner with the tips of each fingers of both hands touching each other and the thumbs facing the heart, in a Namaste position.

7. Japamālā mantraṃ (जपमाला मन्त्रं) :-

Recite the below mantra once, to pray to the japa māla and invoke the blessings for a fruitful japa.

om̐ māṃ māle mahāmāye sarvamantra svarūpiṇi
caturvarga stvayinyasta stasmānye siddhidā bhava

ॐ मां माले महामाये सर्वमन्त्र स्वरूपिणि ।
चतुर्वर्ग स्त्वयिन्यस्त स्तस्मान्ये सिद्धिदा भव॥

8. Guru Mantra (गुरु मन्त्र) :-

Recite the following guru mantra once, to seek the blessings of all gurus and the Guru.

om̐ hrīm̐ siddhaguro prasīda hrīm̐ om̐

ॐ ह्रीं सिद्धगुरो प्रसीद ह्रीं ॐ ।

9. Utkīlana mantra (उत्कीलन मन्त्र) :-

Recite the following impurities removing mantra ten times –

aim̐ klīm̐ sauḥ om̐ aim̐ klīm̐ sauḥ om̐ śrīm̐ hrīm̐ om̐ hasakṣamalavarayūm̐।

aim̐ klīm̐ sauḥ sahakṣamalavarayīm̐

aim̐ klīm̐ sauḥ yaralavakṣamayūm̐ om̐ hrīm̐ śrīm̐ om̐ sauḥ klīm̐ aim̐ ॥  

ऐँ क्लीँ सौः ॐ ऐँ क्लीँ सौः ॐ श्रीँ ह्रीँ ॐ हसक्षमलवरयूँ ।

ऐँ क्लीँ सौः सहक्षमलवरयीँ  ।

ऐँ क्लीँ सौः यरलवक्षमयूँ ॐ ह्रीँ श्रीँ ॐ सौः क्लीँ ऐँ ॥

10. Sañjīvana mantra (सञ्जीवन मन्त्र) :-

Recite the following life-infusing mantra ten times –

aim̐ om̐ aim̐ klīm̐ sauḥ oṃ śrīm̐ hrīm̐ om̐ hasakṣamalavarayūm̐

ha sahakṣamalavarayīm̐a

ra yaralavakṣamayūm̐ om̐ hrīm̐ śrīm̐ om̐ sauḥ klīm̐ aim̐ ॥  

ऐँ ॐ ऐँ क्लीँ सौः ॐ श्रीँ ह्रीँ ॐ हसक्षमलवरयूँ ।

ह सहक्षमलवरयीँ  ।

र यरलवक्षमयूँ ॐ ह्रीँ श्रीँ ॐ सौः क्लीँ ऐँ ॥

11. Śāpavimocana mantra (शापविमोचन मन्त्र) :-

Recite the following curse removing mantra ten times –

aim̐ klīm̐ sauḥ kāmeśvara bhairavāṃkaṃ vimocaya om̐ hrīm̐

ऐँ क्लीँ सौः कामेश्वर भैरवांकं विमोचय ॐ ह्रीँ

12. Sampuṭīkaraṇa mantra (सम्पुटीकरण  मन्त्र) :-

Recite the following mantra ten times to realize the full benefits of the mantra, ONLY after completing the Puraścaraṇa of the main mantra described in the following section 13. The sampuṭīkaraṇa, helps in realizing the fruits of the mantra –

aim̐ om̐ aim̐ klīm̐ sauḥ oṃ śrīm̐ hrīm̐ om̐ hasakṣamalavarayūm̐ aim̐ ।

aim̐ sahakṣamalavarayīm̐ aim̐

aim̐ yaralavakṣamayūm̐ om̐ hrīm̐ śrīm̐ om̐ sauḥ klīm̐ aim̐ aim̐ ॥  

ऐँ ॐ ऐँ क्लीँ सौः ॐ श्रीँ ह्रीँ ॐ हसक्षमलवरयूँ ऐँ ।

ऐँ सहक्षमलवरयीँ  ऐँ ।

ऐँ यरलवक्षमयूँ ॐ ह्रीँ श्रीँ ॐ सौः क्लीँ ऐँ ऐँ ॥

13. Atha Śrī Mahākāmeśvara Aṣṭa-triṃśadyakṣara Mantraḥ (अथ श्री महाकामेश्वर अष्ट त्रिंशद्यक्षर मन्त्रः)

Following is the 38 lettered Śrī Mahākāmeśvara mantra, that should be recited at least 108 times (1 mālā).

om̐ aim̐ klīm̐ sauḥ om̐ śrīm̐ hrīm̐ om̐ hasakṣamalavarayūm̐।

sahakṣamalavarayīm̐

yaralavakṣamayūm̐ om̐ hrīm̐ śrīm̐ om̐ sauḥ klīm̐ aim̐ ॥  

ॐ ऐँ क्लीँ सौः ॐ श्रीँ ह्रीँ ॐ हसक्षमलवरयूँ ।

सहक्षमलवरयीँ  ।

यरलवक्षमयूँ ॐ ह्रीँ श्रीँ ॐ सौः क्लीँ ऐँ ॥

Meaning:-

The bīja (seed) mantra o represents śabda brahman and is also called the praṇava mantra or the primordial sound, the manifested super-consciousness in the form of sound and all syllables. All other sounds and waves are said to have emanated from this mantra.

The bīja (seed) mantra ai represents the Divine Mother Sarasvati and is the cause of all knowledge, known and unknown, material and spiritual.

The kāma bīja (seed) mantra klīrepresents the fulfillment of all desires, material and spiritual.

The parā bīja (seed) mantra sauḥ represents liberation from all attachments and union with the Divine.

The Lakṣmī bīja (seed) mantra śrīm̐ represents wealth, prosperity, abundance and fertility.

The Mahāmāyā bīja (seed) mantra hrīm̐ represents the power of Creation, Preservation and Destruction. Elevation is society and high positions of power are also indicated.

The Ānanda Bhairava bīja (seed) mantra hasakṣamalavarayūm̐, is split up into the following bīja-s “ha”, “sa”, “kṣa”, “ma”, “la”, “va”, “ra”, “yūm̐”. The ether (ākāśa), part of the five principal elements, is represented by “ha”, this bīja also represents Lord Śiva, signifying purity, bliss and super-consciousness. The bīja “sa” represents the Divine Mother Śakti, who is the expansion, pulse or the vibration of the super-consciousness and the cause of the entire Creation, it’s Preservation and Destruction/Transformation and it’s repeat cycle. The bīja “kṣa”, signifies protection. This bīja is composed of two bījas “ka” signifying cit śakti or pure consciousness and “ṣa”, signifying māyā śakti, which is the cosmic virtual reality surrounding the consciousness and giving it the impression that it’s an independent being and also providing the cognitive faculties to recognize the Creation around it and fully masking the Absolute Truth, that it is none other than the pure super-consciousness Itself and not the body or mind! The bīja “ma”, signifies the individual soul or consciousness (jīva), that has the intrinsic quest to realize the Divine by acquiring the ultimate knowledge that can lead towards self-realization and ultimate liberation and is also the means for it’s salvation. The bīja “la”, signifies the Earth (pṛthvī) element providing the support for sustenance and the grounding of one’s ego. The bīja “va”, signifies the water (jala) element, essential for sustenance of the entire Creation. The bīja “ra”, signifies the fire (agni) element, which provides the illumination and heat that is essential for survival. The bīja “yūm̐”, represents the nivṛtti bīja, signifying rest or repose of the mind on the soul (ātma), without any inhibitions and thoughts. The bīja “yūm̐”, also consists of the bīja-s “ya” and “ūm̐”. The bīja “ya”, signifies the air (vāyu) element and is the essential breath (prāṇa) that is required for survival. The bīja “ūm̐”, signifies the mātṛkā devi ūrdhvakeśī, signifying excellence and greatness and also the power of expulsion of all attachments and inhibitions, to unite with the Divine.

This above combined bīja, conveys the devolution of the super-consciousness through its pulsation to the individual consciousness, the manifestation of the entire Creation together with the five principal natural elements required for the Sustenance and Destruction/Transformation. It also seeds the quest in every soul to seek the Divine and its true source of origin. This

 The Ānanda Bhairavi bīja (seed) mantra sahakṣamalavarayūm̐, is split up into the following bījas “sa”, “ha”, “kṣa”, “ma”, “la”, “va”, “ra”, “yūm̐”. This bīja mantra signifies the triple acts of Creation, Sustenance and Destruction that is undertaken by the Divine Mother Śakti, through Her various forms. The path to the pure super-consciousness or Śiva, is through Śakti. One needs to fully comprehend Her and obtain Her grace, to be able to reach Him, situated in the dimensionless dot of the Śrī Cakra.

The bīja (seed) mantra yaralavakṣamayūm̐, is split up into the following bīja-s “ya”, “ra”, “la”, “va”, kṣa”, “ma”, “yūm̐”. This bīja mantra signifies the involution process of the individual soul (ātma), breaking through all the triads such as the physical body, astral body and causal body, through the expansion of consciousness, by means of breaking of all bonds and attachments with the material world, consisting of the natural elements (prakṛti), the inner barriers of ego, mind, intelligence (antaḥkaraṇa) and with the single pointed quest of fully realizing the Divine. Every breath (prāṇa – “ya”) we take with the illumined (agni – “ra”) mind, breaks our material and earthly (pṛthvī – “la”) bonds and streamlines our flow (jala – “va”) in the expansion of our consciousness (nivṛtti – “yūm̐”) engaged in single-pointed devotion towards seeking the eternal Truth, ultimately resulting in self-realization and attaining liberation (jīvan mukti).

The sampuṭīkaraṇa or reversing the bījas, makes the mantra even more powerful and helps in early realization of the objectives. 

14. aṅganyāsaḥ (अङ्गन्यासः)

S.no.

IAST

Devanāgari

Procedure

1

hasakṣamalavarayūm̐ hṛdayāya namaḥ

हसक्षमलवरयूँ  हृदयाय नमः

Open index, middle and ring fingers of the right hand and place them on the heart chakra.

2

sahakṣamalavarayīm̐ śirase svāhā

सहक्षमलवरयीँ शिरसे स्वाहा

Open middle and ring fingers of the right hand and touch the top of the forehead.

3

yaralavakṣamayūm̐ śikhāyai vaṣaṭ

यरलवक्षमयूँ शिखायै वषट्

Open the right thumb and touch the back of the head. This is the point where the tuft of hair, is kept.

4

hasakṣamalavarayūm̐ kavacāya hum̐

हसक्षमलवरयूँ कवचाय हुँ

Cross both the hands and run the fully opened palms from shoulders to finger tips.

5

sahakṣamalavarayīm̐ netratrayāya vauṣaṭ

सहक्षमलवरयीँ नेत्रत्रयाय वौषट्

Touch the eyes with the right index and ring fingers, with the middle finger touching the ājña cakra.

6

yaralavakṣamayūm̐ astrāya phaṭ

यरलवक्षमयूँ अस्त्राय फट्

Open up the left palm and strike it three times with index and middle fingers of the right hand.

7

iti ṣaḍaṅga nyāsaḥ

इति षडङ्ग न्यासः

 

bhūr-bhuva-ssuvarom-iti digvimokaḥ ॥

भूर्भुवस्सुवरोमिति दिग्विमोकः॥

15. dhyānaṃ (ध्यानं) :-

śrīdevī bhūṣitotsaṅgaṃ sāndra sindūrarociṣam

hakārādi manorvācyaṃ vande kāmeśvaraṃ haram ॥

श्रीदेवी भूषितोत्सङ्गं सान्द्र सिन्दूररोचिषं ।

हकारादि मनोर्वाच्यं वन्दे कामेश्वरं हरम् ॥

 

16. Pañcapūjā (पञ्चपूजा) :-

S.no.

IAST

Devanāgari

Procedure

1

lam̐ - pṛthivyātmikāyai gandhaṁ samarpayāmi

लँ - पृथिव्यात्मिकायै गन्धं समर्पयामि

Hold the lower tip of the bottom phalange of the little fingers of both hands with the upper tip of the thumbs, with the back of the hand facing us.

2

ham̐ - ākāśātmikāyai puṣpaiḥ pūjayāmi

हँ - आकाशात्मिकायै पुष्पैः पूजयामि

Hold the lower tip of the bottom phalange of the thumbs of both hands with the upper tip/nails of the index fingers, with the back of the hand facing us.

3

yam̐ - vāyvātmikāyai dhūpamāghrāpayāmi

यँ - वाय्वात्मिकायै धूपमाघ्रापयामि

Hold the lower tip of the bottom phalange of the index fingers of both hands with the upper tip of the thumbs, with the back of the hand facing us.

4

ram̐ - agnyātmikāyai dīpaṁ darśayāmi

रँ - अग्न्यात्मिकायै दीपं दर्शयामि

Hold the lower tip of the bottom phalange of the middle fingers of both hands with the upper tip of the thumbs, with the back of the hand facing us.

5

vam̐ - amṛtātmikāyai amṛtaṁ mahānaivedyaṁ nivedayāmi |

वँ - अमृतात्मिकायै अमृतं महानैवेद्यं निवेदयामि।

Hold the lower tip of the bottom phalange of the ring fingers of both hands with the upper tip of the thumbs, with the back of the hand facing us.

6

sam̐ - sarvātmikāyai sarvopacāra pūjām samarpayāmi

सँ - सर्वात्मिकायै सर्वोपचार पूजाम् समर्पयामि

Hold the fingers of each palm in a folded manner with the tips of each fingers of both hands touching each other and the thumbs facing the heart, in a Namaste position.

17. Samarpaṇam (समर्पणम्) :-

Take water in uttaraṇi (spoon) and by reciting the following śloka, offer the water to the earth.

guhyātiguhyagoptrā tvaṁ gṛhāṇāsmat-kṛtaṁ japam
siddhirbhavatu me deva tvatprasādānmayi sthirā

गुह्यातिगुह्यगोप्त्रा त्वं गृहाणास्मत्-कृतं जपम् ।

सिद्धिर्भवतु मे देव त्वत्प्रसादान्मयि स्थिरा ॥

18. japānaṃtaraṃ mālāmantraṃ (जपानंतरं मालामन्त्रं) :-

Recite the below śloka and mantra, followed by placing the māla upon the top of the head and then place it back in the māla bag and conceal it. It should NOT be worn.

śloka॥ om̐ tvaṃ māle sarvadevānāṃ prītidā śubhadā bhava।

śubhaṃ kuruṣya me bhadre yaśo vīryaṃ ca dehime॥

श्लोक॥ ॐ त्वं माले सर्वदेवानां प्रीतिदा शुभदा भव।

शुभं कुरुष्य मे भद्रे यशो वीर्यं च देहिमे॥

mantra॥ om̐ hrīm̐ siddhyai namaḥ॥

मन्त्र॥ ॐ ह्रीं सिद्ध्यै नमः॥

19. Puraścaraṇa (पुरश्चरण) :-

Japa

100,000

Homa

10,000

Tarpaṇa

1,000

Mārjana

100

Bhojana

10