YANTRA FOR SLOKA NO.6
SLOKA NO. 6:-
"Dhanuh Paushpam Maurvi Madhukaramayi Panchavishikaah
Vasanthah Saamantho Malayamarudaayodhanarathaha!
Thathaapyekaha Sarvam Himagirisuthe Kaamapi Krupaam
Apaangaaththe Labdhvaa Jagadidamanango Vijayathe!"
Literal Meaning: Oh daughter of the snow-clad Himalaya mountain!Kaamadeva, the God of love, has only a bow made of arrows, with its string comprised of a cluster of honeybees, and arrows barely five. The spring season (periodical and undependable) is his assistant and the southern breeze, his war-chariot. Yet, with such frail equipment, bodiless and alone though he be, Manmatha conquers the entire Universe, having obtained some favour through Thy benign side-glance.
Mode of worship: Yantra to be made on a gold plate or milk placed in a siver utensil.Sit facing East.Chant thsi sloka 500 times daily for 21 (24) days.
Archana: Chanting of Lalitha Trishathi offering jasmine or any white flowers.
Offerings: Bits of sugarcane, milk gruel, betels and slices of areca nut with spices like clove, cardamom, etc.
BENEFICIAL RESULTS: Cures impotency, bestows children.
Literal Results: For people who require a favour from superiors at work. For anybody with limited resources who intend to start any enterprise/who have to work against odds etc. The "jagadidmanango vijayathe" is a powerful implication in this sloka , bestowing all round success and patronage from higher-ups. This also bestows ability to emerge victorious in competitions.