Sri Atharvana Bhadrakali Pratyangira Mahamantra

Friday, January 18, 2019

Śrī Atharvaṇa Bhadrakālī Pratyaṅgirā Mahāmantra (अथर्वण भद्रकाली प्रत्यङ्गिरा महामन्त्रस्य)

Purpose :- To eradicate black magic and eliminate all enemies, internal and external.

Source :- Āmnāya Mandāraṃ.

1. viniyogaḥ ( विनियोगः ) :-

asya śrī pratyaṅgirāmbā mahāmantrasya ।

aṅgirasau pratyaṅgīrasau ṛṣiḥ ।

gāyatrī chandaḥ ।

śrī pratyaṅgirāmbā devatā ।

om̐ bījaṃ ।

hrīm̐ śaktiḥ ।

mama śrī pratyaṅgirāmbā prasāda siddhyarthe jape viniyogaḥ ...Read More

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Sri kamala stottarasatanama stotram

Friday, January 18, 2019

śrīkamalāṣṭottaraśatanāmastotram ( श्रीकमलाष्टोत्तरशतनामस्तोत्रम् )

Prologue:- The Divine Mother Śrī Kamalā Devi is the last of the ten cosmic super powers called “Daśa Mahāvidyās,” and is none other than Śrī Lakṣmī. She is called the tantric Lakṣmī, and can also be considered a form of Kāli, the first of the ten cosmic powers. Śrī Kamalā Devi is highly regarded and venerated, for Her ...Read More

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Sri Kamakala Kalika Sodhanyasa Mahamantrah

Friday, January 11, 2019

Śrī Kāmakalā Kālikā Ṣoḍhānyāsa Mahāmantraḥ (श्री कामकला कालिका षोढान्यास महामन्त्रः) :-

Source :- Variation of the kāmakalā kālī trailokyākarṣaṇa mantra of Mahākāla Saṃhitā.

Purpose :- To attain all wordly achievements, wealth, status etc. as well as self-realization and liberation.

1.viniyogaḥ (विनियोगः) :-

asya śrīkāmakalākālikāṣoḍhānyāsamahāmantrasya ।

tripurārī mahāmaheśvara ṛṣiḥ ।

jagatīchandaḥ ।

śrī kāmakalākālikādevatā ।

klīm̐ bījam̐ ।

hrīm̐ śaktiḥ ।

hūm̐ kīlakaṃ ।

samasta-kāmanā-saṃsiddhyarthe nyāse viniyogaḥ ॥

अस्य श्रीकामकलाकालिकाषोढान्यासमहामन्त्रस्य ।

त्रिपुरारी महामहेश्वर ऋषिः ।

जगतीछन्दः ।

श्री कामकलाकालिकादेवता ।

क्लीँ बीजँ ।

ह्रीँ शक्तिः ।

हूँ कीलकं ।

समस्तकामनासंसिद्ध्यर्थे न्यासे विनियोगः ॥

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kamakala kali trailokyakarṣaṇa mantraḥ

Friday, January 11, 2019

kāmakalā kālī trailokyākarṣaṇa mantraḥ (कामकला काली त्रैलोक्याकर्षण मन्त्रः) :-

Source :- Mahākāla Saṃhitā.

Purpose :- To attain all wordly achievements, wealth, status etc. as well as self-realization and liberation.

 

1. viniyogaḥ (विनियोगः) :-

asya kāmakalākālī trailokyākarṣaṇa mantrasya ।

mahākāla ṛṣiḥ ।

bṛhatī chandaḥ ।

kāmakalākālī devatā ।

klīm̐ bījaṃ ।

hūm̐ śaktiḥ ।

sarvadā sarvasiddhaye jape viniyogaḥ ॥

अस्य कामकलाकाली त्रैलोक्याकर्षण मन्त्रस्य ।

महाकाल ऋषिः ।

बृहती छन्दः ।

कामकलाकाली देवता ।

क्लीँ बीजं ।

हूँ शक्तिः ।

सर्वदा सर्वसिद्धये जपे विनियोगः ॥

Meaning:- This prayer/mantra japa is to invoke Śrī Kāmakalākālī and perform Her ...Read More

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Kamakala Kali Dhyanam - Detailed Explanation

Friday, January 11, 2019

Prologue:-  Mahā Kālī is the aspect of the Divine Mother Śakti, representing time and also the timeless bliss of the deep meditative samādhi state called Turīya. She is the darkness from which emerges the light and is also referred ...Read More

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Sri laksmyastottara satanamavali

Friday, January 04, 2019

śrīlakṣmyaṣṭottaraśatanāmāvali ( श्रीलक्ष्म्यष्टोत्तरशतनामावलि )

Prologue :-  The hundred and eight names and attributes associated with the Śrī Mahā Lakṣmī Aṣṭottara Śatanāmāvali, also called Śrī Lakṣmī Aṣṭottara Śatanāmāvali, describe the attributes of the Divine Mother Śrī Mahā Lakṣmī extolling Her greatness and generosity in providing the sustenance, wealth and prosperity that we all desire. She bestows both material and spiritual wealth and abundance, and is therefore highly coveted and worshipped. These names are derived from the Śrī Lakṣmī Aṣṭottara Śatanāma Stotram, also called the Śrī Mahā Lakṣmī Aṣṭottara Śatanāma Stotram. One can recite the names thrice a day for a period of six months to obtain benefits. Reciting the same every Friday a hundred times for a year, is said to generate enormous wealth and prosperity that could last several lifetimes. The names themselves are derived from various scriptures such as the Bhagavad Purāṇā and the Vedas, where She is mentioned and extolled. Unstinted devotion and faith towards the Divine Mother is a definite pre-requisite. A mere recitation of the names may not generate the aforementioned benefits. It is best to fully ...Read More

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Sri Dhanada Ratipriya Yakshini Kavacham

Monday, December 31, 2018

atha śrīdhanadāratipriyā yakṣiṇī kavacam ( अथ श्रीधनदारतिप्रिया यक्षिणी कवचम् ॥)

Prologue:- Śrī Dhanadā Devi is quite literally the Goddess of material wealth, money, riches, treasures and all forms of prosperity. She falls in the other dimensional Yakṣiṇī category and is said to be more easily accessible than the higher deities. Although it is safe to worship Her, nevertheless, many recommend high caution in worshipping the Yakṣiṇīs and other such deities, for fear of ill effects, possessions, etc. Guidance of a guru is considered essential and highly recommended for these types of sādhanas or worship.

Her mantra japa and stotram are also very useful in obtaining Her full grace. This Kavacam (shield) will also protect the devotee from all harm and help in quickly bestowing benefits and early fructification of Her mantra.

devyuvāca ( देव्युवाच )

kathayasva mahādeva dhanadā-kavacaṃ śubham

yacchrutvā kavacaṃ durgaḥ kubera iva bhairava 1

कथयस्व महादेव धनदाकवचं शुभम्

यच्छ्रुत्वा कवचं दुर्गः कुबेर इव भैरव

The Divine Mother Śakti spoke to Lord Śiva thus - Please narrate, Oh Supreme Lord, the auspicious Śrī ...Read More

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Will You Come Back Guruji - Part 1

Thursday, March 29, 2012

Part 1

Guruji in the horizon is a short story about a rustic boy ultimately transforming into a Spiritual Guru. The story will be published as a series, containing a number of parts. Here is part 1:

It is yet another day.  I always like the dawn - the creeks of birds, misty leaves and the redness of the dawn. Red stands for compassion.  I used to wonder how the sun being so red at the time of dawn gradually turns white.  I live near river Cauvery. It is good to walk on the sandy river bed.  The tiny sand grains acupressure my feet and I used to enjoy this.  The river was flowing with the rustic sound that changes every minute.  In the river bed, I perform my yogic exercises.  I prefer the river bed as you have plenty of natural unpolluted air around.  The more oxygen intake helps to rejuvenate the body better. When I begin ...Read More

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SHIVA IN CONVERSATION WITH SHAKTI - AN OVERVIEW

Friday, June 23, 2017

Shakti: My Lord! You have taught me 64 tantras several yugas ago. The universe that you have created billions of years ago is undergoing constant changes. Is there anything you would like to teach me, which is more relevant to the present time period, I mean kālapuruṣa ………..

Shakti: Then what is the difference between mind and intellect?

Shiva: Mind is explained as “saṁkalpa-vikalpātmākaṁ manaḥ संकल्प-विकल्पात्माकं ...Read More

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SRI SUKTAM - Part 12 (Concluding Part)

Tuesday, January 24, 2017

In the original Khilasūkta, there are 29 verses, out of which we have discussed 16 verses so far. These 16 verses are the main part of Śrī Sūktam. Now the balance of 13 verses are being discussed. These verses do not form part of homa procedure of Śrī Sūktam.

पद्मानने पद्मविपद्मपत्रे पद्मदलायदाक्षि।

विश्वप्रिये विष्णुमनोनुकूले ...Read More

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AVADHŪTA GĪTĀ - 7

Sunday, March 12, 2017

Bhagavān Dattātreya continues:  

Upaniṣad-s explain how māyā projects objects as different things from Brahman (It is the māyā that makes us to think that the objects we see are real and different from Brahman; the fact is that everything is Brahman, hence It is called Omnipresent or all pervasive). Brahman is not divisible (hence omnipresent) and hence, there cannot be any comparison for a non-dual Brahman (comparison is possible only if more than one object is present). It is free from actions ...Read More

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PATANJALI YOGA SUTRAS - 10

Sunday, May 07, 2017

Samādhi is attained through the mind that is free from all kinds of thought processes or desires. If the mind has traces of thought processes or desires, they will disturb samādhi after sometime. First ten or fifteen minutes of samādhi is important. Thoughts, if any, compromise the quality of samādhi during this time. (Different types of samādhi-s are discussed in GURUJI SPEAKS). Patañjali speaks about dharmamegha samādhi ...Read More

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Finding God - 1

Thursday, February 19, 2009

There are various steps to become a yogi. To become a yogi we need guidance from another yogi, who is called spiritual Guru. We have discussed certain things in my earlier postings like Self Realisation. Now, we will go a little deep into this subject. First step is to understand consciousness thoroughly. This plays an important role in various stages of meditation. The consciousness can be defined as “understanding the subject and the object”. The consciousness cannot be defined with a relative term. This can also be interpreted as “knowing your self”. In Sanskrit, consciousness is referred as “cit”. The word “cit” can be defined as ‘self knowing self’.

Giving a proper explanation or understanding the explanation is difficult. But without understanding this, we cannot proceed further. ‘Knowing your self’ and ‘self knowing self’ is one and the same. Here the second usage of self means Atman. Consciousness is not Atman. Consciousness or cit is trying to know the atman. How is that Self appearing? It is ‘prakasha’. Prakasha means light. So, the consciousness or cit is trying to know the Self which is in the form of light. It is just not another light. This light is self illuminating and also illuminates things around it. Does it not sound like our electrical lights? When a bulb is burning, we see the burning bulb and also the things around that bulb, because of the light from the bulb. With our eyes we see both, the subject and object, whereas the Self or atman is only the subject and there is no object to see here. This is what Kato Upanishad also says. Whatever we see around us is due to the illuminating inner Self or atman. The illuminating atman cannot be seen with our physical eyes.

We can see this only with our consciousness. With consciousness we can see the ...Read More

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Ashwatthama – The Saptarishi of 8th Manvantara

Sunday, July 30, 2017

(This article is published by Santosh Kumar Raja)

In Indian mythology, I think there is no other name that evokes more curiosity, mystery and mixed feelings than that of Ashwatthama. If you punch in “Ashwatthama” in google or any other search engine, you will get umpteen sites, videos, TV channel programs and legends about Ashwatthama each describing a different aspect. But ...Read More

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Theory And Practice of Kundalini Meditation - Introduction

Saturday, July 13, 2013

Kuṇḍalinī is not just a force, but Parāśakti Herself in Her subtlest form. It is one of the quickest methods to liberation. Even without practicing kuṇḍalinī, She ascends to higher chakras depending upon one’s level of love (the highest form of devotion) for Her. Ascension of kuṇḍalinī is directly related to the purity level of one’s mind. Yoga Cūḍāmaṇi Upaniṣad talks abou90t the importance of kuṇḍalinī. Verse 37 says, “Kuṇḍalinī rests in the passage of Brahman. If one goes through this passage, Brahman is attained.” Passage of Brahman that is referred here ...Read More

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ATMA BODHA - THE EPILOGUE

Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Śaṃkarācārya who had authored many works on dvaita or dualism such as Saundaryalaharī, etc. had also authored Supreme Advaita Scriptures or non-dualistic Scriptures like Ātmabodhaḥ, Tattvabodhaḥ, Vivekacūḍamaṇi, etc. What is the need for Śaṃkarācārya to author both dualistic and non-dualistic Scriptures? He was a loka Guru (Guru for the world) and he had the dual responsibility of developing bhakti (devotion) and at the same time, leading elevated souls to the path of ...Read More

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SHIVA PANCHAKSHARI MANTRA JAPA

Saturday, December 17, 2016

श्री शिवपञ्चाक्षरी महामन्त्रः Śrī Śivapañcākṣarī Mahāmantraḥ

 1. Ṛṣyādi nyāsaḥ ऋष्यादि न्यासः 

अस्य श्री शिवपञ्चाक्षरी महामन्त्रस्य। वामेदेव ऋषिः। पङ्क्तिछन्दः। सांबपरमेश्वरो देवता॥

asya śrī śivapañcākṣarī mahāmantrasya । Vāmedeva ṛṣiḥ|(open the right palm and touch the top of the forehead)| paṅktichandaḥ (right palm on the mouth)| sāṁbaparameśvaro ...Read More

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Spiritual Journey - 20

Sunday, January 01, 2017

Avadhūta and Paramahaṁsa are essentially jīvanmukta-s. After evolving into a jīvanmukta, one decides how he or she pursues his or her life, till he or she becomes videhamukta (mokṣa – after death). Only a yogi can evolve into a jīvanmukta. A perfect yogi is the one, who has realized the Self within. He is shaped into a yogi by his Guru, without whom, imparting higher spiritual knowledge and practice is not possible. All Advaita Scriptures ultimately convey that Brahman is within and what is within, pervades the entire universe. This essence is conveyed to his disciples by a Guru. There are hundreds of Scriptures in Advaita such as Upaniṣad-s, Bhagavad Gītā, Yoga Vāsiṣṭha, Pañcadaśi, etc. Each of these Scriptures reveal Brahman ...Read More

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MANTRA RĀJA PADA STOTRAM

Tuesday, November 22, 2016

श्री मन्त्रराज पद स्तोत्रम्॥ Śrī Mantrarāja Pada Stotram ||

Śrī Mantrarāja Pada Stotram is one of the powerful mantras. It cures serious diseases and ailments. It also gives knowledge, wealth and all types of auspiciousness. It is said that this hymn should be recited, first with mantra rāja mantra which is given below (commencing with om ugraṁ vīraṁ mahāviṣṇuṁ).  There are highlighted words in each of the first ten verses. If we place these words one after another, we will get mantra rāja mantra. There are eleven verses in this hymn and one verse for phalaśruti. There is a YouTube clipping at the end of this article for correct ...Read More

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Sri kamalastottarasatanamavali

Friday, January 18, 2019

śrīkamalāṣṭottaraśatanāmāvali ( श्रीकमलाष्टोत्तरशतनामावलि )

Prologue :- The one hundred and eight names and attributes of Śrī Kamalā Devi are derived from the Śrī Kamalā Aṣṭottara Śatanāma Stotram. The attributes can be traced further back to the tantras and Purāṇā-s. Reciting the attributes and extolling the Divine Mother is said to fetch immense benefits in both the material and spiritual realms.

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S.No.

Nāma in IAST

Nāma in Devanāgari

Meaning

1

oṃ mahā-māyāyai namaḥ।

ॐ महामायायै नमः।

Salutations to the One Who is the very cause and effect of the cosmic virtual reality called “Māyā.”

2

oṃ mahā-lakṣmyai namaḥ।

ॐ महालक्ष्म्यै नमः।

Salutations to the One Who is the very cause and effect of all material and spiritual wealth.

3

oṃ mahā-vāṇyai namaḥ।

ॐ महावाण्यै नमः।

Salutations to the One Who is the very cause and effect of all arts, sciences, skills, speech and knowledge - both material and spiritual. She is Mahā-Sarasvati, the Goddess of all knowledge and the cause of Creation.

4

oṃ maheśvaryai namaḥ।

ॐ महेश्वर्यै नमः।

Salutations to the One Who is the Supreme Being that governs the entire Creation.

5

oṃ mahā-devyai namaḥ।

ॐ महादेव्यै नमः।

Salutations to the One Who is the Supreme Being.

6

oṃ mahā-rātryai namaḥ।

ॐ महारात्र्यै नमः।

Salutations to the One Who prevails over the great night of complete destruction of the Entire Creation (the “Big Crunch”).

7

oṃ mahiṣāsura-mardinyai namaḥ।

ॐ महिषासुरमर्दिन्यै नमः।

Salutations to the One Who is the destroyer of Mahiṣāsura, the buffalo-faced asura with demonic qualities. Such qualities as stubbornness , laziness, and continuing to remain in the same old path and refusing to change for the better,  are equated with the  buffalo, which always prefers a dirty pond to a clear water lake. Kamala is the One Who removes all such negative traits in us and helps us achieve great heights and accomplish all our cherished wishes, desires and goals.

8

oṃ kāla-rātryai namaḥ।

ॐ कालरात्र्यै नमः।

Salutations to the One Who is the Supreme darkness from which emerges the light that sustains all Creation. She is the highest state of consciousness also called “Turiyā,” which is a pure blissful state where nothing exists but pure joy and bliss.

9

oṃ kuhvai namaḥ।

ॐ कुह्वै नमः।

Salutations to the One Who represents the dark moon night and the waning phases of the moon. She's also the One with a shrieking sound that dispels all evil and enemies. She is the One Who is devoid of all afflictions and is pure bliss. She is with and without attributes.

10

oṃ pūrṇāyai namaḥ।

ॐ पूर्णायै नमः।

Salutations to the One Who represents the full moon night and is the Complete Whole of Creation.

11

oṃ ānandāyai namaḥ।

ॐ आनन्दायै नमः।

Salutations to the One Who is pure joy and bliss. She is the cause and effect of all happiness, wealth and prosperity.

12

oṃ ādyāyai namaḥ।

ॐ आद्यायै नमः।

Salutations to the One Who manifested Herself and is therefore the first born and is the very cause of all Creation.

13

oṃ bhadrikāyai namaḥ।

ॐ भद्रिकायै नमः।

Salutations to the One Who is the most excellent, auspicious and fortunate.

14

oṃ niśāyai namaḥ।

ॐ निशायै नमः।

Salutations to the One Who is the architect and visionary of the entire Creation.

15

oṃ jayāyai namaḥ।

ॐ जयायै नमः।

Salutations to the One Who represents victory and success in all undertakings.

16

oṃ riktāyai namaḥ।

ॐ रिक्तायै नमः।

Salutations to the One Who is prominently worshipped on the 4th, 9th and 14th day of the lunar fortnight.

17

oṃ mahā-śaktyai namaḥ।

ॐ महाशक्त्यै नमः।

Salutations to the One Who is the dynamic Super-consciousness Śakti.

18

oṃ deva-mātre namaḥ।

ॐ देवमात्रे नमः।

Salutations to the Divine Mother Kamalātmikā, Who is the source of all Creation and is the Creator/Mother of all the devas and other dimensional beings.

19

oṃ kṛśodaryai namaḥ।

ॐ कृशोदर्यै नमः।

Salutations to the One Who has a thin waist and is stunning to look at.

20

oṃ śacyai namaḥ।

ॐ शच्यै नमः।

Salutations to the One Who is the mightiest, most benevolent, and most powerful in rendering any type of assistance.

21

oṃ indrāṇyai namaḥ।

ॐ इन्द्राण्यै नमः।

Salutations to the most excellent and brilliant One.

22

oṃ śakra-nutāyai namaḥ।

ॐ शक्रनुतायै नमः।

Salutations to the One Who is commended for Her might and bravery.

23

oṃ śaṅkara-priya-vallabhāyai namaḥ।

ॐ शङ्करप्रियवल्लभायै नमः।

Salutations to the One Who is the closest to the heart of Lord Śaṅkara (Śiva) and is His consort and power (Śakti).

24

oṃ mahā-varāha-jananyai namaḥ।

ॐ महावराहजनन्यै नमः।

Salutations to the One Who is the consort and power of Lord Varāha and is the Divine Mother Vārāhi, the One Who digs deep into our karmas and uproots them, to help us overcome all our difficulties and attain salvation.

25

oṃ madanonmathinyai namaḥ।

ॐ मदनोन्मथिन्यै नमः।

Salutations to the One Who is the cause of intoxicating joy and happiness.

26

oṃ mahyai namaḥ।

ॐ मह्यै नमः।

Salutations to the most highly honored One.

27

oṃ vaikuṇṭha-nātha-ramaṇyai namaḥ।

ॐ वैकुण्ठनाथरमण्यै नमः।

Salutations to the One Who is the pleasing consort and love of Lord Viṣṇu.

28

oṃ viṣṇu-vakṣaḥsthala-sthitāyai namaḥ।

ॐ विष्णुवक्षःस्थलस्थितायै नमः।

Salutations to the One Who is the heart and love of Lord Viṣṇu. The full activation of the heart cakra is signified.

29

oṃ viśveśvaryai namaḥ।

ॐ विश्वेश्वर्यै नमः।

Salutations to the One Who is the Lord of the entire Creation.

30

oṃ viśva-mātre namaḥ।

ॐ विश्वमात्रे नमः।

Salutations to the One Who is the Divine Mother of the entire Creation.

31

oṃ varadāyai namaḥ।

ॐ वरदायै नमः।

Salutations to the One Who is the most generous and benevolent One, and the bestower of all benefits for the sustenance of the entire Creation.

32

oṃ abhayadāyai namaḥ।

ॐ अभयदायै नमः।

Salutations to the One Who removes all fears and doubts from the devout.

33

oṃ śivāyai namaḥ।

ॐ शिवायै नमः।

Salutations to the One Who is none other than Lord Śiva and is His consort Goddess Śakti. She is both Śiva, the static Super-consciousness and Śakti, the dynamic Super-consciousness.

34

oṃ śūlinyai namaḥ।

ॐ शूलिन्यै नमः।

Salutations to the One Who represents and also pierces all triads, such as Creation, Preservation and Destruction, the three guṇas etc. She is Śūlini devi.

35

oṃ cakriṇyai namaḥ।

ॐ चक्रिण्यै नमः।

Salutations to the One Who is present in all cakras within the body and also activates them by Her grace.

36

oṃ māyai namaḥ।

ॐ मायै नमः।

Salutations to the One Who is the cause of the cosmic virtual reality.

37

oṃ pāśinyai namaḥ।

ॐ पाशिन्यै नमः।

Salutations to the One Who holds a leash (pāśa) to rein in those stepping out of bounds. She also brings back those who have lost their way and helps them regain faith and trust in Her.

38

oṃ śaṅkha-dhāriṇyai namaḥ।

ॐ शङ्खधारिण्यै नमः।

Salutations to the One Who holds a conch (śaṅkh) whose sound dispels inauspiciousness.

39

oṃ gadinyai namaḥ।

ॐ गदिन्यै नमः।

Salutations to the One Who holds a mace (gada) which can crush one's karmas and humbles them with Her grace.

40

oṃ muṇḍa-mālāyai namaḥ।

ॐ मुण्डमालायै नमः।

Salutations to the One Who wears a garland of skulls on Her necklace. The garland of skulls signifies the Sanskrit alphabet and their sounds.

41

oṃ kamalāyai namaḥ।

ॐ कमलायै नमः।

Salutations to the Lotus dweller and the One Who represents the higher states of consciousness.

42

oṃ karuṇālayāyai namaḥ।

ॐ करुणालयायै नमः।

Salutations to the most merciful One Who pardons and extinguishes all karma, to those who surrender onto Her.

43

oṃ padmākṣa-dhāriṇyai namaḥ।

ॐ पद्माक्षधारिण्यै नमः।

Salutations to the One Who wears a garland of lotus seeds around Her neck. The lotus seeds represent the seeds of consciousness that She deploys in all beings and makes them come to life.

44

oṃ ambāyai namaḥ।

ॐ अम्बायै नमः।

Salutations to the One Who is the Divine Mother of the entire Creation.

45

oṃ mahāviṣṇu-priyaṅkaryai namaḥ।

ॐ महाविष्णुप्रियङ्कर्यै नमः।

Salutations to the One Who is the pleasing consort and love of Lord Viṣṇu, the Protector and Sustainer of all Creation.

46

oṃ golokanātha-ramaṇyai namaḥ।

ॐ गोलोकनाथरमण्यै नमः।

Salutations to the One Who is the pleasing consort and love of Lord Viṣṇu, the Lord of the spiritual planetary system called Goloka Vṛndāvana.

47

oṃ golokeśvara-pūjitāyai namaḥ।

ॐ गोलोकेश्वरपूजितायै नमः।

Salutations to the One Who is ardently worshipped and adored by Lord Viṣṇu, the Lord of the spiritual planetary system called Goloka Vṛndāvana.

48

oṃ gayāyai namaḥ।

ॐ गयायै नमः।

Salutations to the One Who permeates the holy place called Gayā, a city in India, in the state of Bihar.

49

oṃ gaṅgāyai namaḥ।

ॐ गङ्गायै नमः।

Salutations to the One Who permeates the holy river Ganga and the entire Gangetic plane adorned with holy pilgrimage sites.

50

oṃ yamunāyai namaḥ।

ॐ यमुनायै नमः।

Salutations to the One Who permeates the holy river Yamuna, a tributary of the river Ganga and the entire Gangetic plane, adorned with holy pilgrimage sites.

51

oṃ gomatyai namaḥ।

ॐ गोमत्यै नमः।

Salutations to the One Who permeates the holy river Gomati, a tributary of the river Ganga and the entire Gangetic plane, adorned with holy pilgrimage sites.

52

oṃ garuḍāsanāyai namaḥ।

ॐ गरुडासनायै नमः।

Salutations to the One Who is seated on the great eagle called Garūḍā and is able to perceive everything happening everywhere.

53

oṃ gaṇḍakyai namaḥ।

ॐ गण्डक्यै नमः।

Salutations to the One Who permeates the holy river Gaṇḍaki, a tributary of the river Ganga and the entire Gangetic plane, adorned with holy pilgrimage sites. The holy ammonite stones called “śāligrāma” are abundant in this river, which flows in Nepal and Joins the river Ganga in India.

54

oṃ sarayvai namaḥ।

ॐ सरय्वै नमः।

Salutations to the One Who constitutes the holy river Sarayū on the banks of which, stands the holy city of Ayodhya, the birthplace of Lord Rāmā.

55

oṃ tāpyai namaḥ।

ॐ ताप्यै नमः।

Salutations to the One Who is enshrined in the holy Tāpi river.

56

oṃ revāyai namaḥ।

ॐ रेवायै नमः।

Salutations to the One Who is the embodiment of the holy Revā river, also called the Narmada river.

57

oṃ payasvinyai namaḥ।

ॐ पयस्विन्यै नमः।

Salutations to the One Who constitutes the holy river Payasvini, in the state of Kerala in India.

58

oṃ narmadāyai namaḥ।

ॐ नर्मदायै नमः।

Salutations to the One Who is the embodiment of the holy Narmada river.

59

oṃ kāveryai namaḥ।

ॐ कावेर्यै नमः।

Salutations to the One Who embellishes the holy Kāveri river.

60

oṃ kedāra-sthala-vāsinyai namaḥ।

ॐ केदारस्थलवासिन्यै नमः।

Salutations to the One Who permeates the holy place called Kedarnath, a city in India, in the state of Uttarkhand.

61

oṃ kiśoryai namaḥ।

ॐ किशोर्यै नमः।

Salutations to the eternally youthful One.

62

oṃ keśava-nutāyai namaḥ।

ॐ केशवनुतायै नमः।

Salutations to the One Who has flowing locks of hair. The hair represents the gravitational forces permeating the entire Creation of the Multi-dimensional Multi-verse.

63

oṃ mahendra-pari-vanditāyai namaḥ।

ॐ महेन्द्रपरिवन्दितायै नमः।

Salutations to the One Who is offered all obeisance by Lord Mahendra (Indra), the Lord of the celestial surās.

64

oṃ brahmādi-deva-nirmāṇa-kāriṇyai namaḥ।

ॐ ब्रह्मादिदेवनिर्माणकारिण्यै नमः।

Salutations to the One Who is the cause for the manifestation of Lord Brahma, the Creator.

65

oṃ veda-pūjitāyai namaḥ।

ॐ वेदपूजितायै नमः।

Salutations to the One Who is extolled by the Vedas and worshipped by all the learned and pious beings.

66

oṃ koṭi-brahmāṇḍa-madhyasthāyai namaḥ।

ॐ कोटिब्रह्माण्डमध्यस्थायै नमः।

Salutations to the One Who is the very essence and constituent of the multi-dimensional multi-verse.

67

oṃ koṭi-brahmāṇḍa-kāriṇyai namaḥ।

ॐ कोटिब्रह्माण्डकारिण्यै नमः।

Salutations to the One Who is the cause for the manifestation of the multi-dimensional multi-verse.

68

oṃ śruti-rūpāyai namaḥ।

ॐ श्रुतिरूपायै नमः।

Salutations to the One Who constitutes all forms of sound and wavelengths.

69

oṃ śrutikaryai namaḥ।

ॐ श्रुतिकर्यै नमः।

Salutations to the One Who is the cause of all sound.

70

oṃ śruti-smṛti-parāyaṇāyai namaḥ।

ॐ श्रुतिस्मृतिपरायणायै नमः।

Salutations to the One Who is extolled by the śrutis (Skt. “heard” scriptures) and smṛtis (Skt. “remembered” scriptures) and worshipped by all the learned and pious beings. Śrutis are the texts that have been passed on from other dimensional beings and the Smṛtis are the texts that have been constituted from memory and experience.

71

oṃ indirāyai namaḥ।

ॐ इन्दिरायै नमः।

Salutations to the One Who is the power (śakti) of Lord Indra, the Lord of the celestial Surā-s.

72

oṃ sindhu-tanayāyai namaḥ।

ॐ सिन्धुतनयायै नमः।

Salutations to the One, born from the ocean of Super-consciousness and is the Super-consciousness Itself.

73

oṃ mātaṅgyai namaḥ।

ॐ मातङ्ग्यै नमः।

Salutations to the One Who is the Divine Mother Mātaṅgi, the ocean of all knowledge and intoxicating bliss.

74

oṃ loka-mātṛkāyai namaḥ।

ॐ लोकमातृकायै नमः।

Salutations to the Divine Mother, Who has created all the Mātṛkā Goddesses to help with all the tasks of the manifested reality.

75

oṃ triloka-jananyai namaḥ।

ॐ त्रिलोकजनन्यै नमः।

Salutations to the Divine Mother of all the three realms called triloka. She is the constituent of all the triads as well as the singular reality.

76

oṃ tantrāyai namaḥ।

ॐ तन्त्रायै नमः।

Salutations to the One Who constitutes all the tantras.

77

oṃ tantra-mantra-svarūpiṇyai namaḥ।

ॐ तन्त्रमन्त्रस्वरूपिण्यै नमः।

Salutations to the One Who is the constituent of all tantras and mantras and is the singular reality.

78

oṃ taruṇyai namaḥ।

ॐ तरुण्यै नमः।

Salutations to the One Who is ageless, timeless and eternally youthful.

79

oṃ tamohantryai namaḥ।

ॐ तमोहन्त्र्यै नमः।

Salutations to the One Who removes all negative, violent and distasteful traits.

80

oṃ maṅgalāyai namaḥ।

ॐ मङ्गलायै नमः।

Salutations to the One Who is the cause of all auspiciousness, success, wealth and prosperity.

81

oṃ maṅgalāyanāyai namaḥ।

ॐ मङ्गलायनायै नमः।

Salutations to the One Who is the road to all prosperity, success and wealth.

82

oṃ madhu-kaiṭabha-mathanyai namaḥ।

ॐ मधुकैटभमथन्यै नमः।

Salutations to the mighty and terrifying One Who has destroyed the pride of the most powerful demonic celestial asuras Madhu and Kaiṭabha, with Her side glance and helped Lord Viṣṇu slay them. Madhu and Kaiṭabha represent intoxicated pride and ego, as well as a noxious and annoying attitude that comes from it, which can completely vanish by Her side glance and the grace that emanates from it, leading to the kuṇḍalini activation and the true experience of the expansion of consciousness.

83

oṃ śumbhāsura-vināśinyai namaḥ।

ॐ शुम्भासुरविनाशिन्यै नमः।

Salutations to the One Who has vanquished the asuras Śumbha and Niśumbha. The twins Śumbha and Niśumbha represent our tendency to stick to the same old routine of living and leading life on a day to day basis in the material world, without considering to make the step towards embarking on the right spiritual journey. She gives the nudge in Her own ways as Mahāmāyā and releases us from all the karma and bondage, cause and effect.

84

oṃ niśumbhādi-harāyai namaḥ।

ॐ निशुम्भादिहरायै नमः।

Salutations to the One Who has vanquished the asuras Śumbha and Niśumbha. The twins Śumbha and Niśumbha represent our tendency to stick to the same old routine of living and leading life on a day to day basis in the material world, without considering to make the step towards embarking on the right spiritual journey. She gives the nudge in Her own ways as Mahāmāyā and releases us from all the karma and bondage, cause and effect.

85

oṃ mātre namaḥ।

ॐ मात्रे नमः।

Salutations to the Divine Mother, Who is the cause of all Creation.

86

oṃ hari-śaṅkara-pūjitāyai namaḥ।

ॐ हरिशङ्करपूजितायै नमः।

Salutations to the Divine Mother, Who is incessantly worshipped by Lord Hari (Viṣṇu), the Preserver and Lord Śaṅkara (Śiva), the Destroyer.

87

oṃ sarva-devamayyai namaḥ।

ॐ सर्वदेवमय्यै नमः।

Salutations to the Divine Mother, Who is the Creator and cause of the manifestation of all celestial devas (gods) and devis (goddesses).

88

oṃ sarvāyai namaḥ।

ॐ सर्वायै नमः।

Salutations to the Omniscient One.

89

oṃ śaraṇāgata-pālinyai namaḥ।

ॐ शरणागतपालिन्यै नमः।

Salutations to the One Who is the eternal protector and guardian of all Her Creation.

90

oṃ śaraṇyāyai namaḥ।

ॐ शरण्यायै नमः।

Salutations to the One Who offers all types of protection to Her devotees.

91

oṃ śambhu-vanitāyai namaḥ।

ॐ शम्भुवनितायै नमः।

Salutations to the One Who is the consort of Lord Śambhu, the cause of all happiness, joy and true bliss.

92

oṃ sindhutīra-nivāsinyai namaḥ।

ॐ सिन्धुतीरनिवासिन्यै नमः।

Salutations to the One Who resides on the banks of the holy river Sindhu.

93

oṃ gandharva-gāna-rasikāyai namaḥ।

ॐ गन्धर्वगानरसिकायै नमः।

Salutations to the One Who relishes the songs of the extra dimensional beings called Gandharvas.

94

oṃ gītāyai namaḥ।

ॐ गीतायै नमः।

Salutations to the One Who is the constituent of the holy Gītā.

95

oṃ govinda-vallabhāyai namaḥ।

ॐ गोविन्दवल्लभायै नमः।

Salutations to the One Who is the consort of Lord Govinda, the Divine Cowherd.

96

oṃ trailokya-pālinyai namaḥ।

ॐ त्रैलोक्यपालिन्यै नमः।

Salutations to the One Who is the ruler of the entire Multi-dimensional Multi-verse and the three realms and trinities. She rules over all the triads.

97

oṃ tattva-rūpāyai namaḥ।

ॐ तत्त्वरूपायै नमः।

Salutations to the One Who is the cause of manifestations of all tattvas or elements and elementary properties.

98

oṃ tāruṇya-pūritāyai namaḥ।

ॐ तारुण्यपूरितायै नमः।

Salutations to the eternally youthful One. She is the grantor of energy, youthfulness, drive and vigor.

99

oṃ candrāvalyai namaḥ।

ॐ चन्द्रावल्यै नमः।

Salutations to the One Who has created magnificent strokes on the beautiful moon.

100

oṃ candramukhyai namaḥ।

ॐ चन्द्रमुख्यै नमः।

Salutations to the One Who's face is as beautiful and fair as the moon.

101

oṃ candrikāyai namaḥ।

ॐ चन्द्रिकायै नमः।

Salutations to the One Who is luminescent and magnificent and soft like the moon light.

102

oṃ candra-pūjitāyai namaḥ।

ॐ चन्द्रपूजितायै नमः।

Salutations to the One Who is worshipped by Lord Candra, the moon god.

103

oṃ candrāyai namaḥ।

ॐ चन्द्रायै नमः।

Salutations to the One Who is the cause of the manifestation of the moon and all other heavenly bodies.

104

oṃ śaśāṅka-bhaginyai namaḥ।

ॐ शशाङ्कभगिन्यै नमः।

Salutations to the One Who is the constituent of the moon and is also its cause of manifestation.

105

oṃ gīta-vādya-parāyaṇāyai namaḥ।

ॐ गीतवाद्यपरायणायै नमः।

Salutations to the One Who is the ultimate Truth and the very essence of the holy Gīta.

106

oṃ sṛṣṭi-rūpāyai namaḥ।

ॐ सृष्टिरूपायै नमः।

Salutations to the One Who is the constituent of all Creation.

107

oṃ sṛṣṭi-karyai namaḥ।

ॐ सृष्टिकर्यै नमः।

Salutations to the One Who is the cause of all Creation.

108

oṃ sṛṣṭi-saṃhāra-kāriṇyai namaḥ।

ॐ सृष्टिसंहारकारिण्यै नमः।

Salutations to the One Who is the cause of all Creation, Preservation and Destruction.

This article is written by Krishna Vallapareddy.

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