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SREE LALITHA SAHASRANAMA STOTRAM. DEVANAGARI SCRIPT ( SANSKRITAM). Austin Hindu Temple. Decker Lake Road,. Austin, TX Austin Hindu Temple. Decker Lake Road,. Austin, TX Ph: Page 1 of 14 Lalitha Sahasranama. Asyashrilalita sahasranama stotras mahamantrasya, vashinyadi vagdevata. Rushayah anushtup chandaha shree lalita parameshari devata shrimadvagbhava.

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Lalitha Sahasranamam Hindi Pdf

Lalitha Sahasranamam that is part of the Brahmanda Purana, will . The Lalitha Sahasranama or the Thousand Names of Lalitha Devi thus. श्रीललितासहस्रनामावली सार्थ Introduction In this page shrI lalitA sahasranAmam is presented in a name-by-name format with a. Listen Sri Lalitha Sahasranama Stotram Online: Devi Stotram – Sri Lalitha Sahasranama Stotram Lyrics in Hindi: ॐ ॥ अस्य श्री ललिता दिव्य.

It is the only sahasranama that does not repeat a single name[ citation needed ]. Further, in order to maintain the meter, sahasranamas generally use the artifice of adding words like tu, api, ca, and hi, which are conjunctions that do not necessarily add to the meaning of the name except in cases of interpretation. The Lalita Sahasranama does not use any such auxiliary conjunctions and is unique in being an enumeration of holy names that meets the metrical, poetical and mystic requirements of a sahasranama by their order throughout the text. Composition[ edit ] Lalita sahasranama is said to have been composed by eight vaag devis vaag devatas upon the command of Lalita. The sahasranama says that "One can worship Lalitha only if she wishes us to do so". The text is a dialogue between Hayagriva an avatar of Mahavishnu and sage Agastya. The temple at Thirumeyachur , near Kumbakonam , is said to be where Agastya was initiated into this sahasranama. An alternative version is that the Upanishad Bramham Mutt at Kanchipuram is where this initiation happened. This sahasranama is held as a sacred text for the worship of the "Divine Mother", Lalita, and is used in the worship of Durga , Parvati , Kali , Lakshmi , Saraswati , Bhagavati , etc. A principal text of Shakti worshipers , it names her various attributes, and these names are organized in the form of a hymn. This sahasranama is used in various modes for the worship of the Divine Mother. Some of the modes of worship are parayana Recitations , archana , homa etc.

Vyasa did not compose sahasranams, but only popularized them through his writings. Paramashiva is one of the trinity of Hindu pantheons, in charge of moksha layam. He married Sati , the daughter of Daksha.

Daksha and Shiva did not get along and consequently Daksha did not invite Shiva for one of the great fire sacrifices that he conducted. Daksha insulted her husband and she jumped into the fire and ended her life. This incident upset Paramashiva and he entered into deep meditation.

Sati reincarnated as daughter of Himavat , king of the mountains, and his wife, Mena. The devas faced an enemy in Tarakasura who had a boon that he could be killed only by a son of Shiva and Parvati. So, to rouse Shiva from his deep meditation, the devas deputed Kamadeva , the God of love who shot his flower arrows at Shiva. Shiva ended his meditation and in fury for being disturbed, opened his third eye which reduced the God of love to ashes. The Devas and Rati , the wife of Kamadeva requested Shiva to give life to her husband Heeding their request Paramashiva stared at the ashes of Manmatha.

From the ashes emanated Bhandasura, who made all the world impotent and ruled from the city called Shonita pura. He started troubling the devas. The devas then sought the advice of Sage Narada who advised them to conduct a fire sacrifice. From the fire rose Tripura Sundari. Lalita[ edit ] In Lalita Sahasranama, the beginning of the text describes the formless Lalitha with an explicit female form and along with an equally charming consort.

This divine couple is named as Kameshvari and Kameshvara. Kameshvari is described as extremely beautiful, having dark thick long hair with the scent of champaka , ashoka and punnaga flowers. She had the musk tilaka on her forehead, eyelids which appeared as if they were the gate of the house of the God of love, and having eyes like fish playing in the lake of her face.

She had a nose with studs that shone more than the stars, ears with the sun and moon as studs, cheeks which were like the mirror of Padmaraga , beautiful rows of white teeth, and she was chewing thambula with camphor. She had a voice sweeter than the sound emanating from veena of Sarasvati , and having such a beautiful smile that Kameshvara himself could not take his eyes off her. She was wearing a mangala sutra and necklaces, with beautiful breasts which were capable of downloading the invaluable love of Kameshvara, having wisps of beautiful hair raising from her belly, her stomach having three pretty folds, and she was wearing red silk tied with a string with red bells.

She had thighs which steal the heart of Kameshvara, knees which looked like crowns made of precious gems, voluptuous legs, upper part of the feet resembling the backs of tortoises, feet which resembled lamps made of gems which could dispel worries from the mind of devotees and a body with the golden red color. Nagara[ edit ] Nagara has 25 streets circling it, made of iron, steel, copper, and lead. An alloy made of five metals, silver, gold, the white stone pushpa raga , the red stone padmaraga , onyx , diamond, vaidurya, indranila topaz , pearl, marakatha, coral, nine gems and a mixture of gems and precious stones.

In the eighth street is a forest of kadambas. This is presided by Syamala.

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On the fifteenth street lives the eight directional guardian deities. Kamesha baddhamangalya sutra shobhita kandhara: Whose neck is adorned with the Mangalasutra fastened thereon by Her consort Kamesvara. Kanakangada keyura kamaniya bhujanvita Ratnagraiveya chintaka lolamukta phalanvita Kankangada keyura kamaniya bhujanvita: Whose beautiful arms are decked with armlets and bracelets of gold. Ratnagraiveya chintaka lolamukta phalanvita: Who wears a gem — set necklace having a big pearl as a pendant.

Kameshvara premaratna manipratipana stani Nabhyalavala romali lataphala kuchadvayi Kamesvara premaratna manipratipana stani: Whose breasts form the price she pays to Her Consort Mahesvara in return for the gem of love He bestows on Her. Nabhayalavala romali lataphala kuchadvayi: Whose breasts look like fruits on the creeper of the hair — line spreading upwards from the navel.

Lakshyaroma latadharata samunneya madhyama Stanabhara dalanmadhya pattabandha valitraya Lakshyaroma latadharata samunneya madhyama: Who has a waist so slender that it can only be inferred as a base for the creeper of fine hair springing from her navel upwards.

Stanabhara dalanmadhya pattabandha valitraya: Whose waist, breaking under the weight of the breasts, gets three lines like a supporting belt.

Arunaruna kausumbha vastrabhasvath katitati Ratnakinkini karamya rashana dama bhushita Arunaruna kausumbha vastrabhasvath katitati: Who wears a garment of deep red round Her hip.

Ratnakinkini karamya rashana dama bhushita: Who is adorned with a girdle having many mini bells set with precious stones. Kamesha gyata saubhagya mardavoru dvayanvita Manikya makutakara janudvaya virajita Kamesha gyata saubhagya mardavoru dvayanvita: The beauty and smoothness of whose thighs is known only to her consort, the Conqueror of love Kamesha Manikya makutakara janudvaya virajita: Whose two knees are like crowns shaped from the precious stone Manikya. Indragopa parikshipta smaratunabha janghika Gudhagulpha kurmaprushta jayishnu prapadanvita Indragopa parikshipta smaratunabha janghika: Whose calf — muscles resemble the quiver of the god of love with bright glow—worm like decorations.

Gudhagulpha: Whose ankled are well filled and therefore without protrusion. Kurmaprushta jayishnu prapadanvita: The arch of whose feet rival the shapeliness and beauty of the back of a tortoise.

Nakhadidhiti sanchhanna namajjana tamogunaa Padadvaya prabhajala parakruta saroruha Nakhadidhiti sanchhanna namajjana tamoguna: The illumining splendor of whose tow nails dispel the darkness of ignorance in the votaries prostrating at Her feet. Padadvaya prabhajala parakruta saroruha: Whose feet defeat the lotus in beauty. Sinjana manimanjira manditashri padambuja Marali mandagamana mahalavanya shevadhih Sinjana manimanjira manditashri padambuja: Whose lotus — feet are adorned with tinkling anklets set with jewels.

Marali mandagamana: Whose gait is slow and gentle like that of a swan. Mahalavanya shevadhih: Who is a treasure house of Divine beauty.

Sarvaruna navadyangi sarvabharana bhushita Shiva kameshvarankastha shiva svadhina vallabhe Sarvaruna: Who is rose — hued all over. Anavadyangi: Who is faultless in every limb. Sarvabharana bhushita: Who is adorned with divine ornaments.

1000 Names Of Goddess Lalitha Sahasra Nama With Meaning

Shiva kameshvarankastha: Who is seated on the lap of Shiva, the conqueror of desire Kamesvara. Svadhina vallabha: Who dominates over Her Consort Siva in the creative part of the cyclic motion of time.

Sumeru madhya shrungastha shrimannagara nayika Chintamani gruhantastha panchabrahma sanasthita Sumeru Madhya shrugastha: Who dwells on the mid most peak of Mount Meru. Shrimannagara nayika: Who is the Bindu, the central circle of bliss in the Shri-chakra. Mahapadmatavi samstha kadamba vanavasini Sudhasagara madhyastha kamakshi kamadayini Mahapadmatavi samstha: Who dwells in a lotus forest, the thousand—petalled lotus of the Sahashra.

Kadamba vanavasini: Who resides amidst a grove of Kadamba trees which fringe the Manidvipa Sudhasagara madhyastha: Who dwells in the center of the sea of Nectar which is the light of the Blissful Moon of the pericap of the Sahashrara Kamakshi: The look of whose eyes is full of graceful Kamadayini: Who grants all the prayers of votaries.

Devarshi ganasanghata stuyamanatma vaibhava Bhandasura vadhodyukta shaktisena samanvita Devarshi ganasanghata stuyamanatma vaibhava: Whose majesty is the subject of praise of hosts of sages and divine beings.

Bhadasura vadhodyukta shaktisena samanvita: Whose command an army of Saktis are intent on destroying Bhadasura the Asura being Ignorance, Lalitambika, the Atman, and the Saktis, the potencies of the Atman.

Sampatkari samarudha sindhura vrajasevita Ashvarudha dhishtihitashva kotikoti bhiravruta Sampatkari samarudha sindhura vrajasevita: Who is accompanied by a regiment of elephants, headed by Sampatkari. Ashvarudha dhishtihitashva kotikoti bhiravruta: Who is surrounded by a cavalry of several crores of horses under the command of Ashvarudha.

Chakraraja ratharudha sarvayudha parishkruta Geyachakra ratharudha mantrini parisevita Chakraraja ratharudha sarvayudha parishkruta: Seated in Her chariot Chakra raja equipped with armaments of every kind. Geyachakra ratharudha mantrini parisevita: Who is attended by Her minister Syamala seated in Her chariot named Geya — chakra.

Kirichakra ratharudha dandanatha purashkruta Jvala malinikakshipta vahni prakara madhyaga Kirichakra ratharudha dandanatha purashkruta: Who is preceded by Dandanatha, the commander of Her armiesin his chariot Kiri-chakra. Jvala malinikakshipta vahni prakara madhyaga: Who has taken position in the center of the rampartof fire constructed by Jvalamalinika.

Bhandasainya vadhodyukta shaktivikrama harshita Nitya parakramatopa nirikshana samutsuka Bhadasainya vadhodyukta shaktivikrama harshita: Who rejoices at the valour of Her Saktis bent on destroying the army of Bhanda.

Nitya parakramatopa niriskhana samutsuka: Who is delighted on seeing the aggressiveness of Her Nitya deities in their attack on the army of Bhanda. Bhandaputra vadhodyukta balavikrama nandita Mantrinyamba virachita vishanga vadhatoshita Bhandaputra vadhodyukta balavikrama nandita: Who is overjoyed to see Her daughter Bala who is intent on slaying the son of Bhanda. Mantrinyamba virachita vishanga vadhatoshita: Who feels satisfaction at the destruction of Vishanga by Her chief minister Syamala.

Vishukra pranaharana varahi viryanandita Kameshvara mukhaloka kalpita shriganeshvara Vishukra pranaharana varahi viryanandita: Who appreciates the prowess displayed by Varahi in the destruction of Vishukra.

Kameshvara mukhaloka kalpita shriganeshvara: Who by a mere glance at her Consort Mahesvara generates Sri Ganesha the elephant headed diety. Mahaganesha nirbhinna vighnayantra praharshita Bhandasurendra nirmukta shastra pratyastra varshini Mahaganesha nirbhinna vighnayantra praharshita: Who rejoices when that Ganesha destroys the magical devices placed by Bhandasura as obstacles to Her victory. Bhandasurendra nirmukta shastra pratyastra varshini: Who counters by Her own missiles the rain of missiles directed against Her by Bhadnasura.

Karanguli nakhotpanna narayana dashakrutih Mahapashu patastragni nirdagdhasura sainika Karanguli nakhotpanna rarayana dashakrutih: Who out of Her finger nails recreated all the ten Incarnations of Vishnu to destroy the Asuras slain by Him in His incarnations and now recreated magically by Bhanda out of a missile of his. Mahapashu patastragni nirdaghasura sainika: Who burned to death the armies of demons with the fire of the great missile pashupata. Kameshvarastra nirdagdha sabhandasura shunyaka Brahmopendra mahendradi devasamstuta vaibhava Kamesvarastra nirdagha sabhadasura shunyaka: Who with the flames of the missile Kamesvara caused the destruction of bandha and also of his Capita Sunyaka.

Brahmopendra mahendradi devasamstuta vaibhava: Whose manifold powers displayed in the fight with Bhanda are praised by Brahma, Vishnu and Indra. Shrimadvagbhava kutaika svarupa mukhapankaja: Whose lotus face represents the Vagbhava — Kuta of the pancha dashakshari — mantra which is subtle form of the Devi. Kanthadhah katiparyanta madhyakuta svarupini Shaktikutaika tapanna katyadho bhagadharini Kanthadhah katiparyanta madhyakuta svarupini: Whose middle region from the neck to the waist is represented by the central part Kamaraja — Kuta of the same Mantra.

Shaktikutaika tapanna katyadho bhagadharini: Whose form below waist is identical with the last part Sakti — Kuta of Pancha — dashakshari Mantra. Mulamantratmika mula kutatraya kalebara Kulamrutaika rasika kulasanketa palini Mulamantratmika: Who is the original Mantra Mula-mantra, here Pancha — dashakshari itself.

Mula-kuta-traya-kalebara: Whose body is identiacal with Pancha — Dashakshari Mantra with all its Kutas or combination of letters. Kulamrutaika rasika: Who as the Kundalini revels in the nectar flowing from the Sahasrara through the whole of the Kula path i.

Kulasanketa palini: Who guards the esoteric doctrine of the Kaulas. Kulantastha: Who is the innermost Reality of the Kula Path. Kaulini: Who is called Kaulini, the core of the Kaula form of worship. Kulayogini: Who is the Deity of the Kaulas. Samayantastha: Who is likewise the center of the Samaya doctrine in which the worship is done internally through meditation and which holds Siva-Sakti as of equal importance in all respects.

Samayanchara tatpara: Whom the Samaya tradition of worship is dear. Muladharaika nilaya brahmagranthi vibhedini Manipurantarudita vishnugranthi vibhedini Muladharaika nilaya: Whose chief residence is the Muladhara.

Brahmagrandhi vibhedini: Who in Her ascent from the Muladhara breaks through the Brahma-grandhi the Barrier of Brahma to the subtle dimension.

Manipurantarudita: Who then emerges in the Manipura — chakra. Vishnugranthi vibhedini: Who then breaks through the Vishnu — granthi the barrier to still subtler dimensions.

Agya chakrantaralastha rudragranthi vibhedini Sahasraram bujarudha sudhasarabhi varshini Agya chakrantaralstha: Who next abides in the center of the Agya — chakra.

Rudragrandthi vibhedini: Who finally breaks through the Rudra — granthi the barrier to the subtlest dimension. Sahasraram bujarudha: Who then ascends to the Thousand — petalled Lotus known as the Sahasrara. Sudhasarabhi varshini: Who sends streams of Nectar spiritual bliss from the Transcendant moon in the Sahasrara.

Tadillata samaruchih shatchakropari samsthita Mahasaktih kundalini bisatantu taniyasi Tadillata samaruchih: Who shines like a steady flash of lightning. Shatchakropari samsthita: Who then establishes herself above the six Chakras.

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Mahasaktih: Whose immense joy consists in Asakti union with Shiva Kundalini: Who resides in the Muladhara as the Kundalini the coiled power. Bisatantu taniyasi: Who is as fine and firm as the fibre of a lutus stalk.

Bhavani bhavanagamya bhavaranya kutharika Bhadrapriya bhadramurtih bhakta saubhagya dayini Bhavani: Who is Bhavani, the consort of Bhava Shiva. Bhavanagamya: Who is realized through devoted meditation. Bhavaranya kutharika: Who is verily like an axe for clearing the jungle of Samsara transmigratory existence in which the Jiva is caught. Saundarya Lahari with comentary and yantras. Durga Prasad. Kumar K Shiva. Popular in Sikhism. Dr A P Singh.

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