Tuesday 8 September 2009
Soundarya Lahari Slokas/Yantras No.78
YANTRA FOR SLOKA NO.78
"Sthiro Gangaavarthaha Sthanamukularomaavalilathaa-
kalaavaalam Kundam Kusumasharathejohuthabhujaha!
Ratheyleelaagaaram Kimapi Thava Naabhirgirisuthey
Biladwaaram Siddhergirishanayanaanaam Vijayathey!"
Literal Meaning:"O Daughter of the Mountain! Indescribably unique is the glory of Thy navel, which may be described as a steady whirl pool on the surface of river Ganga; the wet soil-bed for the creeper of Thy navel-hair bearing two flower buds in the shape of Thy breasts; the sacrificial pit wherein burns the fire of the prowess of Kama Deva, the flower-arrowed God of love; the pleasure house of his wife Rathi; and forms the opening of the cave wherein the eyes of Shiva found the yogic success of the great austerities he had performed."
Mode of worship:Yantra to be made of thick sandal paste mixed with musk and saffron in a silver plate. Sit facing East. Chant this sloka 108 times daily for 45 days.
Archana:Chant Lakshmi Ashtotharam offering lotus petals.
Offerings:Rice cooked with green-gram pulse, black-gram cakes.
BENEFICIAL RESULTS:Favours from government, all round success.
Literal Results: Great prosperity and promising future in the present occupation/job. Influence in society.
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