Dvisahasrākṣari mahā pratyaṅgirā khaḍgamālā stotra mantraḥ (द्विसहस्राक्षरि महा प्रत्यङ्गिरा खड्गमाला स्तोत्र मन्त्रः)
The Divine Mother Śrī Pratyaṅgirā Devi in Her most aggressive avatar is referenced as Mahā Pratyaṅgirā or Atharvaṇa Bhadrakāḻi, the protector of the Atharvaṇa Veda and all it’s secretive incantations. The Khaḍgamālā stotram consists of all the attributes and deities associated with the yantra (mystical diagram) of Śrī Mahā Pratyaṅgirā Devi and is treated by itself, as a two thousand lettered mantra. Reciting this mantra for a week on a daily basis, is said to bring huge benefits and if recited for a longer time, may help the devotee overcome all difficulties in life, remove all types of afflictions caused by planetary formation in one’s horoscope, removal of all types of black magic and incantations performed against the person, as well as for fulfillment of all material and spiritual desires.
The only restriction, is that one must be initiated into any of the Śrī Pratyaṅgirā Devi mantras and also to the Śrī Mahā Pratyaṅgirā Devi mantras. She is a very aggressive form of the Divine Mother and it is not safe to recite this mantra without a proper initiation as sadhaka might not be able to withstand the energies of Divine Mother. Her Ugra form is only to clear our deep-rooted sticky karmas and make us proceed towards Moksha. Śrī Pratyaṅgirā Devi mantras are generally given to the Śrī Vidya devotees who are facing many difficulties and in need of protection. By default, Śrī Pratyaṅgirā Devi will protect all Śrī Vidya devotees (upāsaka-s) and an initiation is generally not required. There is also no necessity for Śrī Vidya devotees, to recite this mantra, if there are no major hurdles in their ...Read More