Monday, August 24, 2009

Soundarya Lahari Slokas/Yantras No.40


"Thatiththvantham Shakthyaa Thimiraparipantthisphuranayaa
Thavaha Shyaamam Megham Kamapi Manipooraikasharanam
Nisheyvey Varshantham Haramihirathaptham Thribhuvanam!"

Literal Meaning:" I worship that unique dark-blue rain cloud which abides ever in the manipura with lightning in the form of Shakthi, dispelling darkness, with the rainbow formed by the dazzling variegated gem-decked ornaments (of Devi), sending showers on the Universe that has been burnt by the sun of Rudra."
Mode of worship:Yantra to be made on gold sheet or on powdered salt levelled on a silver plate. Sit facing North-East. Chant this sloka 4000 times daily for 45 days.
Archana:Chant Lalitha Sahasranama offering vermillion.
Offerings:Cooked rice mixed with curd, milk-gruel, fruits, betels and areca nut slices.
BENEFICIAL RESULTS:Fore-sight into future events and freedom from ignorance.
Literal Results:Accumulation of gems and jewellery, activation of manipura chakram, cooling of body and mind.


Anonymous said...

It is Wonderful that You are Designing a 'yantra' Geometry for each Shloka of this Great Text.
Where are you getting such an Inspiration?
What method you are using to Design this perticular Geaometric Pattern for this Perticular Shloka ?

Veenaagayathri said...

Thank you for your kind appreciation! It is not my own, I have photo-copied yantras from a very authentic text for the benefit of readers.
I am a devotee like everybody else.

With kind regards,

Anonymous said...

Dear madam, do we need to start chanting all the shlokas of soundarya lahari with "OM" ? If we are to recite a particular shloka 11 times, then do we need to start with "OM" everytime or just for the first time? What difference does it make if we chant without "OM"?


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