Monday, September 7, 2009

Soundarya Lahari Slokas/Yantras No.69


"Galey Rekhaasthisro Gathigamakageethaikanipuney
Viraajanthey Naanaavidhamadhuraraagaakarabhuvaam
Thrayaanaam Graamaanaam Sthithiniyamaseemaana Iva They!"

Literal Meaning:"O Mistress of the musical modes, modulations and songs! The three lines on Thy neck indicating the number of strings in the auspicious cord fastened at the time of Thy wedding, shine like boundaries demarcating the three musical scales (or gramas consisting of Shadjaa, Madhyamaa and Gandhaaraa) which form the source of the various melodies of musical notes."
Mode of worship:Yantra to be made on gold plate. Sit facing South-East (with spouse by the side). Chant this sloka 1000 times daily for 45 days.
Archana:Chant Lalitha Thrishathi offering vermillion.
Offerings:Cooked rice, honey, coconuts, betels with slices of areca nut.
BENEFICIAL RESULTS:Success in all endeavours, in case of women longevity of husbands, skill in music.
Literal Results:Excellent sloka for instrumenatal as well as vocal musicians. Command over the three octaves in music, gains expertise in "gamakas" and musical technique. Gains vast musical repertoire. Ideal for performing artisites, capacity to produce magnetic, melodious and celestial music. Accumulation of neck ornaments.


Vidya said...

Hi Gayatriji,

In one of your earlier post, I had read about you mentioning about keeping Shri Muthuswamy Dikshitat's photo in the room for Veena learners. After reading that I have kept the three trinity's photo in the prayer room, can you kindly elaborate the significance and effect of doing on the vocal singers.

Veenaagayathri said...

For the blessings of the Trinity only (veena players, vocalists and musicians in general).

Unknown said...

Hello Gayatriji,

Can we chant this shlokha for marriage purpose?



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