Durga Devi Stotram Sahasranamavali

Sri Lalitha Sahasranama Stotram Lyrics in Tamil with Meaning

Sri Lalitha Sahasranama Stotram Introduction:

Shri lalita sahasranamam is presented in a name-by-name format with a brief meaning for each name. each of the 1000 names of shri lalita mahatripurasundari is beautiful and has a profound meaning to it. refer to a detailed commentary and understand the complete meaning of each of these names.

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Devi Stotram – Sri Lalitha Sahasranama Stotram Lyrics in Tamil:

ஓம் ||

அஸ்ய ஶ்ரீ லலிதா திவ்ய ஸஹஸ்ரனாம ஸ்தோத்ர மஹாமம்த்ரஸ்ய, வஶின்யாதி வாக்தேவதா றுஷயஃ, அனுஷ்டுப் சம்தஃ, ஶ்ரீ லலிதா பராபட்டாரிகா மஹா த்ரிபுர ஸும்தரீ தேவதா, ஐம் பீஜம், க்லீம் ஶக்திஃ, ஸௌஃ கீலகம், மம தர்மார்த காம மோக்ஷ சதுர்வித பலபுருஷார்த ஸித்த்யர்தே லலிதா த்ரிபுரஸும்தரீ பராபட்டாரிகா ஸஹஸ்ர னாம ஜபே வினியோகஃ

கரன்யாஸஃ
ஐம் அம்குஷ்டாப்யாம் னமஃ, க்லீம் தர்ஜனீப்யாம் னமஃ, ஸௌஃ மத்யமாப்யாம் னமஃ, ஸௌஃ அனாமிகாப்யாம் னமஃ, க்லீம் கனிஷ்டிகாப்யாம் னமஃ, ஐம் கரதல கரப்றுஷ்டாப்யாம் னமஃ

அம்கன்யாஸஃ
ஐம் ஹ்றுதயாய னமஃ, க்லீம் ஶிரஸே ஸ்வாஹா, ஸௌஃ ஶிகாயை வஷட், ஸௌஃ கவச்ஹாய ஹும், க்லீம் னேத்ரத்ரயாய வௌஷட், ஐம் அஸ்த்ராயபட், பூர்புவஸ்ஸுவரோமிதி திக்பம்தஃ

த்யானம்
அருணாம் கருணா தரம்கிதாக்ஷீம் த்றுதபாஶாம்குஶ புஷ்பபாணசாபாம் |
அணிமாதிபி ராவ்றுதாம் மயூகைஃ அஹமித்யேவ விபாவயே பவானீம் || 1 ||

த்யாயேத் பத்மாஸனஸ்தாம் விகஸிதவதனாம் பத்ம பத்ராயதாக்ஷீம்
ஹேமாபாம் பீதவஸ்த்ராம் கரகலித லஸமத்தேமபத்மாம் வராம்கீம் |
ஸர்வாலம்காரயுக்தாம் ஸகலமபயதாம் பக்தனம்ராம் பவானீம்
ஶ்ரீ வித்யாம் ஶாம்தமூர்திம் ஸகல ஸுரஸுதாம் ஸர்வஸம்பத்-ப்ரதாத்ரீம் || 2 ||

ஸகும்கும விலேபனா மளிகசும்பி கஸ்தூரிகாம்
ஸமம்த ஹஸிதேக்ஷணாம் ஸஶரசாப பாஶாம்குஶாம் |
அஶேஷ ஜனமோஹினீ மருணமால்ய பூஷோஜ்ஜ்வலாம்
ஜபாகுஸும பாஸுராம் ஜபவிதௌ ஸ்மரே தம்பிகாம் || 3 ||

ஸிம்தூராருண விக்ரஹாம் த்ரிணயனாம் மாணிக்ய மௌளிஸ்புர-
த்தாரானாயக ஶேகராம் ஸ்மிதமுகீ மாபீன வக்ஷோருஹாம் |
பாணிப்யா மலிபூர்ண ரத்ன சஷகம் ரக்தோத்பலம் பிப்ரதீம்
ஸௌம்யாம் ரத்னகடஸ்த ரக்த சரணாம் த்யாயேத்பராமம்பிகாம் || 4 ||

லமித்யாதி பம்ச்ஹபூஜாம் விபாவயேத்

லம் ப்றுதிவீ தத்த்வாத்மிகாயை ஶ்ரீ லலிதாதேவ்யை கம்தம் பரிகல்பயாமி
ஹம் ஆகாஶ தத்த்வாத்மிகாயை ஶ்ரீ லலிதாதேவ்யை புஷ்பம் பரிகல்பயாமி
யம் வாயு தத்த்வாத்மிகாயை ஶ்ரீ லலிதாதேவ்யை தூபம் பரிகல்பயாமி
ரம் வஹ்னி தத்த்வாத்மிகாயை ஶ்ரீ லலிதாதேவ்யை தீபம் பரிகல்பயாமி
வம் அம்றுத தத்த்வாத்மிகாயை ஶ்ரீ லலிதாதேவ்யை அம்றுத னைவேத்யம் பரிகல்பயாமி
ஸம் ஸர்வ தத்த்வாத்மிகாயை ஶ்ரீ லலிதாதேவ்யை தாம்பூலாதி ஸர்வோபசாரான் பரிகல்பயாமி

குருர்ப்ரஹ்ம குருர்விஷ்ணுஃ குருர்தேவோ மஹேஶ்வரஃ |
குருர்‍ஸ்ஸாக்ஷாத் பரப்ரஹ்ம தஸ்மை ஶ்ரீ குரவே னமஃ ||

ஹரிஃ ஓம்

ஶ்ரீ மாதா, ஶ்ரீ மஹாராஜ்ஞீ, ஶ்ரீமத்-ஸிம்ஹாஸனேஶ்வரீ |
சிதக்னி கும்டஸம்பூதா, தேவகார்யஸமுத்யதா || 1 ||

உத்யத்பானு ஸஹஸ்ராபா, சதுர்பாஹு ஸமன்விதா |
ராகஸ்வரூப பாஶாட்யா, க்ரோதாகாராம்குஶோஜ்ஜ்வலா || 2 ||

மனோரூபேக்ஷுகோதம்டா, பம்சதன்மாத்ர ஸாயகா |
னிஜாருண ப்ரபாபூர மஜ்ஜத்-ப்ரஹ்மாம்டமம்டலா || 3 ||

சம்பகாஶோக புன்னாக ஸௌகம்திக லஸத்கசா
குருவிம்த மணிஶ்ரேணீ கனத்கோடீர மம்டிதா || 4 ||

அஷ்டமீ சம்த்ர விப்ராஜ தளிகஸ்தல ஶோபிதா |
முகசம்த்ர களம்காப ம்றுகனாபி விஶேஷகா || 5 ||

வதனஸ்மர மாம்கல்ய க்றுஹதோரண சில்லிகா |
வக்த்ரலக்ஷ்மீ பரீவாஹ சலன்மீனாப லோசனா || 6 ||

னவசம்பக புஷ்பாப னாஸாதம்ட விராஜிதா |
தாராகாம்தி திரஸ்காரி னாஸாபரண பாஸுரா || 7 ||

கதம்ப மம்ஜரீக்லுப்த கர்ணபூர மனோஹரா |
தாடம்க யுகளீபூத தபனோடுப மம்டலா || 8 ||

பத்மராக ஶிலாதர்ஶ பரிபாவி கபோலபூஃ |
னவவித்ரும பிம்பஶ்ரீஃ ன்யக்காரி ரதனச்சதா || 9 ||

ஶுத்த வித்யாம்குராகார த்விஜபம்க்தி த்வயோஜ்ஜ்வலா |
கர்பூரவீடி காமோத ஸமாகர்ஷ த்திகம்தரா || 10 ||

னிஜஸல்லாப மாதுர்ய வினிர்பர்-த்ஸித கச்சபீ |
மம்தஸ்மித ப்ரபாபூர மஜ்ஜத்-காமேஶ மானஸா || 11 ||

அனாகலித ஸாத்றுஶ்ய சுபுக ஶ்ரீ விராஜிதா |
காமேஶபத்த மாம்கல்ய ஸூத்ரஶோபித கம்தரா || 12 ||

கனகாம்கத கேயூர கமனீய புஜான்விதா |
ரத்னக்ரைவேய சிம்தாக லோலமுக்தா பலான்விதா || 13 ||

காமேஶ்வர ப்ரேமரத்ன மணி ப்ரதிபணஸ்தனீ|
னாப்யாலவால ரோமாளி லதாபல குசத்வயீ || 14 ||

லக்ஷ்யரோமலதா தாரதா ஸமுன்னேய மத்யமா |
ஸ்தனபார தளன்-மத்ய பட்டபம்த வளித்ரயா || 15 ||

அருணாருண கௌஸும்ப வஸ்த்ர பாஸ்வத்-கடீதடீ |
ரத்னகிம்கிணி காரம்ய ரஶனாதாம பூஷிதா || 16 ||

காமேஶ ஜ்ஞாத ஸௌபாக்ய மார்தவோரு த்வயான்விதா |
மாணிக்ய மகுடாகார ஜானுத்வய விராஜிதா || 17 ||

இம்த்ரகோப பரிக்ஷிப்த ஸ்மர தூணாப ஜம்கிகா |
கூடகுல்பா கூர்மப்றுஷ்ட ஜயிஷ்ணு ப்ரபதான்விதா || 18 ||

னகதீதிதி ஸம்சன்ன னமஜ்ஜன தமோகுணா |
பதத்வய ப்ரபாஜால பராக்றுத ஸரோருஹா || 19 ||

ஶிம்ஜான மணிமம்ஜீர மம்டித ஶ்ரீ பதாம்புஜா |
மராளீ மம்தகமனா, மஹாலாவண்ய ஶேவதிஃ || 20 ||

ஸர்வாருணா‌உனவத்யாம்கீ ஸர்வாபரண பூஷிதா |
ஶிவகாமேஶ்வராம்கஸ்தா, ஶிவா, ஸ்வாதீன வல்லபா || 21 ||

ஸுமேரு மத்யஶ்றும்கஸ்தா, ஶ்ரீமன்னகர னாயிகா |
சிம்தாமணி க்றுஹாம்தஸ்தா, பம்சப்ரஹ்மாஸனஸ்திதா || 22 ||

மஹாபத்மாடவீ ஸம்ஸ்தா, கதம்ப வனவாஸினீ |
ஸுதாஸாகர மத்யஸ்தா, காமாக்ஷீ காமதாயினீ || 23 ||

தேவர்ஷி கணஸம்காத ஸ்தூயமானாத்ம வைபவா |
பம்டாஸுர வதோத்யுக்த ஶக்திஸேனா ஸமன்விதா || 24 ||

ஸம்பத்கரீ ஸமாரூட ஸிம்துர வ்ரஜஸேவிதா |
அஶ்வாரூடாதிஷ்டிதாஶ்வ கோடிகோடி பிராவ்றுதா || 25 ||

சக்ரராஜ ரதாரூட ஸர்வாயுத பரிஷ்க்றுதா |
கேயசக்ர ரதாரூட மம்த்ரிணீ பரிஸேவிதா || 26 ||

கிரிசக்ர ரதாரூட தம்டனாதா புரஸ்க்றுதா |
ஜ்வாலாமாலினி காக்ஷிப்த வஹ்னிப்ராகார மத்யகா || 27 ||

பம்டஸைன்ய வதோத்யுக்த ஶக்தி விக்ரமஹர்ஷிதா |
னித்யா பராக்ரமாடோப னிரீக்ஷண ஸமுத்ஸுகா || 28 ||

பம்டபுத்ர வதோத்யுக்த பாலாவிக்ரம னம்திதா |
மம்த்ரிண்யம்பா விரசித விஷம்க வததோஷிதா || 29 ||

விஶுக்ர ப்ராணஹரண வாராஹீ வீர்யனம்திதா |
காமேஶ்வர முகாலோக கல்பித ஶ்ரீ கணேஶ்வரா || 30 ||

மஹாகணேஶ னிர்பின்ன விக்னயம்த்ர ப்ரஹர்ஷிதா |
பம்டாஸுரேம்த்ர னிர்முக்த ஶஸ்த்ர ப்ரத்யஸ்த்ர வர்ஷிணீ || 31 ||

கராம்குளி னகோத்பன்ன னாராயண தஶாக்றுதிஃ |
மஹாபாஶுபதாஸ்த்ராக்னி னிர்தக்தாஸுர ஸைனிகா || 32 ||

காமேஶ்வராஸ்த்ர னிர்தக்த ஸபம்டாஸுர ஶூன்யகா |
ப்ரஹ்மோபேம்த்ர மஹேம்த்ராதி தேவஸம்ஸ்துத வைபவா || 33 ||

ஹரனேத்ராக்னி ஸம்தக்த காம ஸம்ஜீவனௌஷதிஃ |
ஶ்ரீமத்வாக்பவ கூடைக ஸ்வரூப முகபம்கஜா || 34 ||

கம்டாதஃ கடிபர்யம்த மத்யகூட ஸ்வரூபிணீ |
ஶக்திகூடைக தாபன்ன கட்யதோபாக தாரிணீ || 35 ||

மூலமம்த்ராத்மிகா, மூலகூட த்ரய களேபரா |
குளாம்றுதைக ரஸிகா, குளஸம்கேத பாலினீ || 36 ||

குளாம்கனா, குளாம்தஃஸ்தா, கௌளினீ, குளயோகினீ |
அகுளா, ஸமயாம்தஃஸ்தா, ஸமயாசார தத்பரா || 37 ||

மூலாதாரைக னிலயா, ப்ரஹ்மக்ரம்தி விபேதினீ |
மணிபூராம்த ருதிதா, விஷ்ணுக்ரம்தி விபேதினீ || 38 ||

ஆஜ்ஞா சக்ராம்தராளஸ்தா, ருத்ரக்ரம்தி விபேதினீ |
ஸஹஸ்ராராம்புஜா ரூடா, ஸுதாஸாராபி வர்ஷிணீ || 39 ||

தடில்லதா ஸமருசிஃ, ஷட்-சக்ரோபரி ஸம்ஸ்திதா |
மஹாஶக்திஃ, கும்டலினீ, பிஸதம்து தனீயஸீ || 40 ||

பவானீ, பாவனாகம்யா, பவாரண்ய குடாரிகா |
பத்ரப்ரியா, பத்ரமூர்தி, ர்பக்தஸௌபாக்ய தாயினீ || 41 ||

பக்திப்ரியா, பக்திகம்யா, பக்திவஶ்யா, பயாபஹா |
ஶாம்பவீ, ஶாரதாராத்யா, ஶர்வாணீ, ஶர்மதாயினீ || 42 ||

ஶாம்கரீ, ஶ்ரீகரீ, ஸாத்வீ, ஶரச்சம்த்ரனிபானனா |
ஶாதோதரீ, ஶாம்திமதீ, னிராதாரா, னிரம்ஜனா || 43 ||

னிர்லேபா, னிர்மலா, னித்யா, னிராகாரா, னிராகுலா |
னிர்குணா, னிஷ்களா, ஶாம்தா, னிஷ்காமா, னிருபப்லவா || 44 ||

னித்யமுக்தா, னிர்விகாரா, னிஷ்ப்ரபம்சா, னிராஶ்ரயா |
னித்யஶுத்தா, னித்யபுத்தா, னிரவத்யா, னிரம்தரா || 45 ||

னிஷ்காரணா, னிஷ்களம்கா, னிருபாதி, ர்னிரீஶ்வரா |
னீராகா, ராகமதனீ, னிர்மதா, மதனாஶினீ || 46 ||

னிஶ்சிம்தா, னிரஹம்காரா, னிர்மோஹா, மோஹனாஶினீ |
னிர்மமா, மமதாஹம்த்ரீ, னிஷ்பாபா, பாபனாஶினீ || 47 ||

னிஷ்க்ரோதா, க்ரோதஶமனீ, னிர்லோபா, லோபனாஶினீ |
னிஃஸம்ஶயா, ஸம்ஶயக்னீ, னிர்பவா, பவனாஶினீ || 48 ||

னிர்விகல்பா, னிராபாதா, னிர்பேதா, பேதனாஶினீ |
னிர்னாஶா, ம்றுத்யுமதனீ, னிஷ்க்ரியா, னிஷ்பரிக்ரஹா || 49 ||

னிஸ்துலா, னீலசிகுரா, னிரபாயா, னிரத்யயா |
துர்லபா, துர்கமா, துர்கா, துஃகஹம்த்ரீ, ஸுகப்ரதா || 50 ||

துஷ்டதூரா, துராசார ஶமனீ, தோஷவர்ஜிதா |
ஸர்வஜ்ஞா, ஸாம்த்ரகருணா, ஸமானாதிகவர்ஜிதா || 51 ||

ஸர்வஶக்திமயீ, ஸர்வமம்களா, ஸத்கதிப்ரதா |
ஸர்வேஶ்வரீ, ஸர்வமயீ, ஸர்வமம்த்ர ஸ்வரூபிணீ || 52 ||

ஸர்வயம்த்ராத்மிகா, ஸர்வதம்த்ரரூபா, மனோன்மனீ |
மாஹேஶ்வரீ, மஹாதேவீ, மஹாலக்ஷ்மீ, ர்ம்றுடப்ரியா || 53 ||

மஹாரூபா, மஹாபூஜ்யா, மஹாபாதக னாஶினீ |
மஹாமாயா, மஹாஸத்த்வா, மஹாஶக்தி ர்மஹாரதிஃ || 54 ||

மஹாபோகா, மஹைஶ்வர்யா, மஹாவீர்யா, மஹாபலா |
மஹாபுத்தி, ர்மஹாஸித்தி, ர்மஹாயோகேஶ்வரேஶ்வரீ || 55 ||

மஹாதம்த்ரா, மஹாமம்த்ரா, மஹாயம்த்ரா, மஹாஸனா |
மஹாயாக க்ரமாராத்யா, மஹாபைரவ பூஜிதா || 56 ||

மஹேஶ்வர மஹாகல்ப மஹாதாம்டவ ஸாக்ஷிணீ |
மஹாகாமேஶ மஹிஷீ, மஹாத்ரிபுர ஸும்தரீ || 57 ||

சதுஃஷஷ்ட்யுபசாராட்யா, சதுஷ்ஷஷ்டி களாமயீ |
மஹா சதுஷ்ஷஷ்டி கோடி யோகினீ கணஸேவிதா || 58 ||

மனுவித்யா, சம்த்ரவித்யா, சம்த்ரமம்டலமத்யகா |
சாருரூபா, சாருஹாஸா, சாருசம்த்ர களாதரா || 59 ||

சராசர ஜகன்னாதா, சக்ரராஜ னிகேதனா |
பார்வதீ, பத்மனயனா, பத்மராக ஸமப்ரபா || 60 ||

பம்சப்ரேதாஸனாஸீனா, பம்சப்ரஹ்ம ஸ்வரூபிணீ |
சின்மயீ, பரமானம்தா, விஜ்ஞான கனரூபிணீ || 61 ||

த்யானத்யாத்று த்யேயரூபா, தர்மாதர்ம விவர்ஜிதா |
விஶ்வரூபா, ஜாகரிணீ, ஸ்வபம்தீ, தைஜஸாத்மிகா || 62 ||

ஸுப்தா, ப்ராஜ்ஞாத்மிகா, துர்யா, ஸர்வாவஸ்தா விவர்ஜிதா |
ஸ்றுஷ்டிகர்த்ரீ, ப்ரஹ்மரூபா, கோப்த்ரீ, கோவிம்தரூபிணீ || 63 ||

ஸம்ஹாரிணீ, ருத்ரரூபா, திரோதானகரீஶ்வரீ |
ஸதாஶிவானுக்ரஹதா, பம்சக்றுத்ய பராயணா || 64 ||

பானுமம்டல மத்யஸ்தா, பைரவீ, பகமாலினீ |
பத்மாஸனா, பகவதீ, பத்மனாப ஸஹோதரீ || 65 ||

உன்மேஷ னிமிஷோத்பன்ன விபன்ன புவனாவளிஃ |
ஸஹஸ்ரஶீர்ஷவதனா, ஸஹஸ்ராக்ஷீ, ஸஹஸ்ரபாத் || 66 ||

ஆப்ரஹ்ம கீடஜனனீ, வர்ணாஶ்ரம விதாயினீ |
னிஜாஜ்ஞாரூபனிகமா, புண்யாபுண்ய பலப்ரதா || 67 ||

ஶ்ருதி ஸீமம்த ஸிம்தூரீக்றுத பாதாப்ஜதூளிகா |
ஸகலாகம ஸம்தோஹ ஶுக்திஸம்புட மௌக்திகா || 68 ||

புருஷார்தப்ரதா, பூர்ணா, போகினீ, புவனேஶ்வரீ |
அம்பிகா,‌உனாதி னிதனா, ஹரிப்ரஹ்மேம்த்ர ஸேவிதா || 69 ||

னாராயணீ, னாதரூபா, னாமரூப விவர்ஜிதா |
ஹ்ரீம்காரீ, ஹ்ரீமதீ, ஹ்றுத்யா, ஹேயோபாதேய வர்ஜிதா || 70 ||

ராஜராஜார்சிதா, ராஜ்ஞீ, ரம்யா, ராஜீவலோசனா |
ரம்ஜனீ, ரமணீ, ரஸ்யா, ரணத்கிம்கிணி மேகலா || 71 ||

ரமா, ராகேம்துவதனா, ரதிரூபா, ரதிப்ரியா |
ரக்ஷாகரீ, ராக்ஷஸக்னீ, ராமா, ரமணலம்படா || 72 ||

காம்யா, காமகளாரூபா, கதம்ப குஸுமப்ரியா |
கல்யாணீ, ஜகதீகம்தா, கருணாரஸ ஸாகரா || 73 ||

களாவதீ, களாலாபா, காம்தா, காதம்பரீப்ரியா |
வரதா, வாமனயனா, வாருணீமதவிஹ்வலா || 74 ||

விஶ்வாதிகா, வேதவேத்யா, விம்த்யாசல னிவாஸினீ |
விதாத்ரீ, வேதஜனனீ, விஷ்ணுமாயா, விலாஸினீ || 75 ||

க்ஷேத்ரஸ்வரூபா, க்ஷேத்ரேஶீ, க்ஷேத்ர க்ஷேத்ரஜ்ஞ பாலினீ |
க்ஷயவ்றுத்தி வினிர்முக்தா, க்ஷேத்ரபால ஸமர்சிதா || 76 ||

விஜயா, விமலா, வம்த்யா, வம்தாரு ஜனவத்ஸலா |
வாக்வாதினீ, வாமகேஶீ, வஹ்னிமம்டல வாஸினீ || 77 ||

பக்திமத்-கல்பலதிகா, பஶுபாஶ விமோசனீ |
ஸம்ஹ்றுதாஶேஷ பாஷம்டா, ஸதாசார ப்ரவர்திகா || 78 ||

தாபத்ரயாக்னி ஸம்தப்த ஸமாஹ்லாதன சம்த்ரிகா |
தருணீ, தாபஸாராத்யா, தனுமத்யா, தமோ‌உபஹா || 79 ||

சிதி, ஸ்தத்பதலக்ஷ்யார்தா, சிதேக ரஸரூபிணீ |
ஸ்வாத்மானம்தலவீபூத ப்ரஹ்மாத்யானம்த ஸம்ததிஃ || 80 ||

பரா, ப்ரத்யக்சிதீ ரூபா, பஶ்யம்தீ, பரதேவதா |
மத்யமா, வைகரீரூபா, பக்தமானஸ ஹம்ஸிகா || 81 ||

காமேஶ்வர ப்ராணனாடீ, க்றுதஜ்ஞா, காமபூஜிதா |
ஶ்றும்கார ரஸஸம்பூர்ணா, ஜயா, ஜாலம்தரஸ்திதா || 82 ||

ஓட்யாண பீடனிலயா, பிம்துமம்டல வாஸினீ |
ரஹோயாக க்ரமாராத்யா, ரஹஸ்தர்பண தர்பிதா || 83 ||

ஸத்யஃ ப்ரஸாதினீ, விஶ்வஸாக்ஷிணீ, ஸாக்ஷிவர்ஜிதா |
ஷடம்கதேவதா யுக்தா, ஷாட்குண்ய பரிபூரிதா || 84 ||

னித்யக்லின்னா, னிருபமா, னிர்வாண ஸுகதாயினீ |
னித்யா, ஷோடஶிகாரூபா, ஶ்ரீகம்டார்த ஶரீரிணீ || 85 ||

ப்ரபாவதீ, ப்ரபாரூபா, ப்ரஸித்தா, பரமேஶ்வரீ |
மூலப்ரக்றுதி ரவ்யக்தா, வ்யக்தா‌உவ்யக்த ஸ்வரூபிணீ || 86 ||

வ்யாபினீ, விவிதாகாரா, வித்யா‌உவித்யா ஸ்வரூபிணீ |
மஹாகாமேஶ னயனா, குமுதாஹ்லாத கௌமுதீ || 87 ||

பக்தஹார்த தமோபேத பானுமத்-பானுஸம்ததிஃ |
ஶிவதூதீ, ஶிவாராத்யா, ஶிவமூர்தி, ஶ்ஶிவம்கரீ || 88 ||

ஶிவப்ரியா, ஶிவபரா, ஶிஷ்டேஷ்டா, ஶிஷ்டபூஜிதா |
அப்ரமேயா, ஸ்வப்ரகாஶா, மனோவாசாம கோசரா || 89 ||

சிச்சக்தி, ஶ்சேதனாரூபா, ஜடஶக்தி, ர்ஜடாத்மிகா |
காயத்ரீ, வ்யாஹ்றுதி, ஸ்ஸம்த்யா, த்விஜப்றும்த னிஷேவிதா || 90 ||

தத்த்வாஸனா, தத்த்வமயீ, பம்சகோஶாம்தரஸ்திதா |
னிஸ்ஸீமமஹிமா, னித்யயௌவனா, மதஶாலினீ || 91 ||

மதகூர்ணித ரக்தாக்ஷீ, மதபாடல கம்டபூஃ |
சம்தன த்ரவதிக்தாம்கீ, சாம்பேய குஸும ப்ரியா || 92 ||

குஶலா, கோமலாகாரா, குருகுள்ளா, குலேஶ்வரீ |
குளகும்டாலயா, கௌள மார்கதத்பர ஸேவிதா || 93 ||

குமார கணனாதாம்பா, துஷ்டிஃ, புஷ்டி, ர்மதி, ர்த்றுதிஃ |
ஶாம்திஃ, ஸ்வஸ்திமதீ, காம்தி, ர்னம்தினீ, விக்னனாஶினீ || 94 ||

தேஜோவதீ, த்ரினயனா, லோலாக்ஷீ காமரூபிணீ |
மாலினீ, ஹம்ஸினீ, மாதா, மலயாசல வாஸினீ || 95 ||

ஸுமுகீ, னளினீ, ஸுப்ரூஃ, ஶோபனா, ஸுரனாயிகா |
காலகம்டீ, காம்திமதீ, க்ஷோபிணீ, ஸூக்ஷ்மரூபிணீ || 96 ||

வஜ்ரேஶ்வரீ, வாமதேவீ, வயோ‌உவஸ்தா விவர்ஜிதா |
ஸித்தேஶ்வரீ, ஸித்தவித்யா, ஸித்தமாதா, யஶஸ்வினீ || 97 ||

விஶுத்தி சக்ரனிலயா,‌உ‌உரக்தவர்ணா, த்ரிலோசனா |
கட்வாம்காதி ப்ரஹரணா, வதனைக ஸமன்விதா || 98 ||

பாயஸான்னப்ரியா, த்வக்‍ஸ்தா, பஶுலோக பயம்கரீ |
அம்றுதாதி மஹாஶக்தி ஸம்வ்றுதா, டாகினீஶ்வரீ || 99 ||

அனாஹதாப்ஜ னிலயா, ஶ்யாமாபா, வதனத்வயா |
தம்ஷ்ட்ரோஜ்ஜ்வலா,‌உக்ஷமாலாதிதரா, ருதிர ஸம்ஸ்திதா || 100 ||

காளராத்ர்யாதி ஶக்த்யோகவ்றுதா, ஸ்னிக்தௌதனப்ரியா |
மஹாவீரேம்த்ர வரதா, ராகிண்யம்பா ஸ்வரூபிணீ || 101 ||

மணிபூராப்ஜ னிலயா, வதனத்ரய ஸம்யுதா |
வஜ்ராதிகாயுதோபேதா, டாமர்யாதிபி ராவ்றுதா || 102 ||

ரக்தவர்ணா, மாம்ஸனிஷ்டா, குடான்ன ப்ரீதமானஸா |
ஸமஸ்த பக்தஸுகதா, லாகின்யம்பா ஸ்வரூபிணீ || 103 ||

ஸ்வாதிஷ்டானாம்பு ஜகதா, சதுர்வக்த்ர மனோஹரா |
ஶூலாத்யாயுத ஸம்பன்னா, பீதவர்ணா,‌உதிகர்விதா || 104 ||

மேதோனிஷ்டா, மதுப்ரீதா, பம்தின்யாதி ஸமன்விதா |
தத்யன்னாஸக்த ஹ்றுதயா, டாகினீ ரூபதாரிணீ || 105 ||

மூலா தாராம்புஜாரூடா, பம்சவக்த்ரா,‌உஸ்திஸம்ஸ்திதா |
அம்குஶாதி ப்ரஹரணா, வரதாதி னிஷேவிதா || 106 ||

முத்கௌதனாஸக்த சித்தா, ஸாகின்யம்பாஸ்வரூபிணீ |
ஆஜ்ஞா சக்ராப்ஜனிலயா, ஶுக்லவர்ணா, ஷடானனா || 107 ||

மஜ்ஜாஸம்ஸ்தா, ஹம்ஸவதீ முக்யஶக்தி ஸமன்விதா |
ஹரித்ரான்னைக ரஸிகா, ஹாகினீ ரூபதாரிணீ || 108 ||

ஸஹஸ்ரதள பத்மஸ்தா, ஸர்வவர்ணோப ஶோபிதா |
ஸர்வாயுததரா, ஶுக்ல ஸம்ஸ்திதா, ஸர்வதோமுகீ || 109 ||

ஸர்வௌதன ப்ரீதசித்தா, யாகின்யம்பா ஸ்வரூபிணீ |
ஸ்வாஹா, ஸ்வதா,‌உமதி, ர்மேதா, ஶ்ருதிஃ, ஸ்ம்றுதி, ரனுத்தமா || 110 ||

புண்யகீர்திஃ, புண்யலப்யா, புண்யஶ்ரவண கீர்தனா |
புலோமஜார்சிதா, பம்தமோசனீ, பம்துராலகா || 111 ||

விமர்ஶரூபிணீ, வித்யா, வியதாதி ஜகத்ப்ரஸூஃ |
ஸர்வவ்யாதி ப்ரஶமனீ, ஸர்வம்றுத்யு னிவாரிணீ || 112 ||

அக்ரகண்யா,‌உசிம்த்யரூபா, கலிகல்மஷ னாஶினீ |
காத்யாயினீ, காலஹம்த்ரீ, கமலாக்ஷ னிஷேவிதா || 113 ||

தாம்பூல பூரித முகீ, தாடிமீ குஸுமப்ரபா |
ம்றுகாக்ஷீ, மோஹினீ, முக்யா, ம்றுடானீ, மித்ரரூபிணீ || 114 ||

னித்யத்றுப்தா, பக்தனிதி, ர்னியம்த்ரீ, னிகிலேஶ்வரீ |
மைத்ர்யாதி வாஸனாலப்யா, மஹாப்ரளய ஸாக்ஷிணீ || 115 ||

பராஶக்திஃ, பரானிஷ்டா, ப்ரஜ்ஞான கனரூபிணீ |
மாத்வீபானாலஸா, மத்தா, மாத்றுகா வர்ண ரூபிணீ || 116 ||

மஹாகைலாஸ னிலயா, ம்றுணால ம்றுதுதோர்லதா |
மஹனீயா, தயாமூர்தீ, ர்மஹாஸாம்ராஜ்யஶாலினீ || 117 ||

ஆத்மவித்யா, மஹாவித்யா, ஶ்ரீவித்யா, காமஸேவிதா |
ஶ்ரீஷோடஶாக்ஷரீ வித்யா, த்ரிகூடா, காமகோடிகா || 118 ||

கடாக்ஷகிம்கரீ பூத கமலா கோடிஸேவிதா |
ஶிரஃஸ்திதா, சம்த்ரனிபா, பாலஸ்தேம்த்ர தனுஃப்ரபா || 119 ||

ஹ்றுதயஸ்தா, ரவிப்ரக்யா, த்ரிகோணாம்தர தீபிகா |
தாக்ஷாயணீ, தைத்யஹம்த்ரீ, தக்ஷயஜ்ஞ வினாஶினீ || 120 ||

தராம்தோளித தீர்காக்ஷீ, தரஹாஸோஜ்ஜ்வலன்முகீ |
குருமூர்தி, ர்குணனிதி, ர்கோமாதா, குஹஜன்மபூஃ || 121 ||

தேவேஶீ, தம்டனீதிஸ்தா, தஹராகாஶ ரூபிணீ |
ப்ரதிபன்முக்ய ராகாம்த திதிமம்டல பூஜிதா || 122 ||

களாத்மிகா, களானாதா, காவ்யாலாப வினோதினீ |
ஸசாமர ரமாவாணீ ஸவ்யதக்ஷிண ஸேவிதா || 123 ||

ஆதிஶக்தி, ரமேயா,‌உ‌உத்மா, பரமா, பாவனாக்றுதிஃ |
அனேககோடி ப்ரஹ்மாம்ட ஜனனீ, திவ்யவிக்ரஹா || 124 ||

க்லீம்காரீ, கேவலா, குஹ்யா, கைவல்ய பததாயினீ |
த்ரிபுரா, த்ரிஜகத்வம்த்யா, த்ரிமூர்தி, ஸ்த்ரிதஶேஶ்வரீ || 125 ||

த்ர்யக்ஷரீ, திவ்யகம்தாட்யா, ஸிம்தூர திலகாம்சிதா |
உமா, ஶைலேம்த்ரதனயா, கௌரீ, கம்தர்வ ஸேவிதா || 126 ||

விஶ்வகர்பா, ஸ்வர்ணகர்பா,‌உவரதா வாகதீஶ்வரீ |
த்யானகம்யா,‌உபரிச்சேத்யா, ஜ்ஞானதா, ஜ்ஞானவிக்ரஹா || 127 ||

ஸர்வவேதாம்த ஸம்வேத்யா, ஸத்யானம்த ஸ்வரூபிணீ |
லோபாமுத்ரார்சிதா, லீலாக்லுப்த ப்ரஹ்மாம்டமம்டலா || 128 ||

அத்றுஶ்யா, த்றுஶ்யரஹிதா, விஜ்ஞாத்ரீ, வேத்யவர்ஜிதா |
யோகினீ, யோகதா, யோக்யா, யோகானம்தா, யுகம்தரா || 129 ||

இச்சாஶக்தி ஜ்ஞானஶக்தி க்ரியாஶக்தி ஸ்வரூபிணீ |
ஸர்வதாரா, ஸுப்ரதிஷ்டா, ஸதஸத்-ரூபதாரிணீ || 130 ||

அஷ்டமூர்தி, ரஜாஜைத்ரீ, லோகயாத்ரா விதாயினீ |
ஏகாகினீ, பூமரூபா, னிர்த்வைதா, த்வைதவர்ஜிதா || 131 ||

அன்னதா, வஸுதா, வ்றுத்தா, ப்ரஹ்மாத்மைக்ய ஸ்வரூபிணீ |
ப்றுஹதீ, ப்ராஹ்மணீ, ப்ராஹ்மீ, ப்ரஹ்மானம்தா, பலிப்ரியா || 132 ||

பாஷாரூபா, ப்றுஹத்ஸேனா, பாவாபாவ விவர்ஜிதா |
ஸுகாராத்யா, ஶுபகரீ, ஶோபனா ஸுலபாகதிஃ || 133 ||

ராஜராஜேஶ்வரீ, ராஜ்யதாயினீ, ராஜ்யவல்லபா |
ராஜத்-க்றுபா, ராஜபீட னிவேஶித னிஜாஶ்ரிதாஃ || 134 ||

ராஜ்யலக்ஷ்மீஃ, கோஶனாதா, சதுரம்க பலேஶ்வரீ |
ஸாம்ராஜ்யதாயினீ, ஸத்யஸம்தா, ஸாகரமேகலா || 135 ||

தீக்ஷிதா, தைத்யஶமனீ, ஸர்வலோக வஶம்கரீ |
ஸர்வார்ததாத்ரீ, ஸாவித்ரீ, ஸச்சிதானம்த ரூபிணீ || 136 ||

தேஶகாலா‌உபரிச்சின்னா, ஸர்வகா, ஸர்வமோஹினீ |
ஸரஸ்வதீ, ஶாஸ்த்ரமயீ, குஹாம்பா, குஹ்யரூபிணீ || 137 ||

ஸர்வோபாதி வினிர்முக்தா, ஸதாஶிவ பதிவ்ரதா |
ஸம்ப்ரதாயேஶ்வரீ, ஸாத்வீ, குருமம்டல ரூபிணீ || 138 ||

குலோத்தீர்ணா, பகாராத்யா, மாயா, மதுமதீ, மஹீ |
கணாம்பா, குஹ்யகாராத்யா, கோமலாம்கீ, குருப்ரியா || 139 ||

ஸ்வதம்த்ரா, ஸர்வதம்த்ரேஶீ, தக்ஷிணாமூர்தி ரூபிணீ |
ஸனகாதி ஸமாராத்யா, ஶிவஜ்ஞான ப்ரதாயினீ || 140 ||

சித்களா,‌உனம்தகலிகா, ப்ரேமரூபா, ப்ரியம்கரீ |
னாமபாராயண ப்ரீதா, னம்திவித்யா, னடேஶ்வரீ || 141 ||

மித்யா ஜகததிஷ்டானா முக்திதா, முக்திரூபிணீ |
லாஸ்யப்ரியா, லயகரீ, லஜ்ஜா, ரம்பாதி வம்திதா || 142 ||

பவதாவ ஸுதாவ்றுஷ்டிஃ, பாபாரண்ய தவானலா |
தௌர்பாக்யதூல வாதூலா, ஜராத்வாம்த ரவிப்ரபா || 143 ||

பாக்யாப்திசம்த்ரிகா, பக்தசித்தகேகி கனாகனா |
ரோகபர்வத தம்போளி, ர்ம்றுத்யுதாரு குடாரிகா || 144 ||

மஹேஶ்வரீ, மஹாகாளீ, மஹாக்ராஸா, மஹா‌உஶனா |
அபர்ணா, சம்டிகா, சம்டமும்டா‌உஸுர னிஷூதினீ || 145 ||

க்ஷராக்ஷராத்மிகா, ஸர்வலோகேஶீ, விஶ்வதாரிணீ |
த்ரிவர்கதாத்ரீ, ஸுபகா, த்ர்யம்பகா, த்ரிகுணாத்மிகா || 146 ||

ஸ்வர்காபவர்கதா, ஶுத்தா, ஜபாபுஷ்ப னிபாக்றுதிஃ |
ஓஜோவதீ, த்யுதிதரா, யஜ்ஞரூபா, ப்ரியவ்ரதா || 147 ||

துராராத்யா, துராதர்ஷா, பாடலீ குஸுமப்ரியா |
மஹதீ, மேருனிலயா, மம்தார குஸுமப்ரியா || 148 ||

வீராராத்யா, விராட்ரூபா, விரஜா, விஶ்வதோமுகீ |
ப்ரத்யக்ரூபா, பராகாஶா, ப்ராணதா, ப்ராணரூபிணீ || 149 ||

மார்தாம்ட பைரவாராத்யா, மம்த்ரிணீ ன்யஸ்தராஜ்யதூஃ |
த்ரிபுரேஶீ, ஜயத்ஸேனா, னிஸ்த்ரைகுண்யா, பராபரா || 150 ||

ஸத்யஜ்ஞானா‌உனம்தரூபா, ஸாமரஸ்ய பராயணா |
கபர்தினீ, கலாமாலா, காமதுக்,காமரூபிணீ || 151 ||

களானிதிஃ, காவ்யகளா, ரஸஜ்ஞா, ரஸஶேவதிஃ |
புஷ்டா, புராதனா, பூஜ்யா, புஷ்கரா, புஷ்கரேக்ஷணா || 152 ||

பரம்ஜ்யோதிஃ, பரம்தாம, பரமாணுஃ, பராத்பரா |
பாஶஹஸ்தா, பாஶஹம்த்ரீ, பரமம்த்ர விபேதினீ || 153 ||

மூர்தா,‌உமூர்தா,‌உனித்யத்றுப்தா, முனி மானஸ ஹம்ஸிகா |
ஸத்யவ்ரதா, ஸத்யரூபா, ஸர்வாம்தர்யாமினீ, ஸதீ || 154 ||

ப்ரஹ்மாணீ, ப்ரஹ்மஜனனீ, பஹுரூபா, புதார்சிதா |
ப்ரஸவித்ரீ, ப்ரசம்டா‌உஜ்ஞா, ப்ரதிஷ்டா, ப்ரகடாக்றுதிஃ || 155 ||

ப்ராணேஶ்வரீ, ப்ராணதாத்ரீ, பம்சாஶத்-பீடரூபிணீ |
விஶ்றும்கலா, விவிக்தஸ்தா, வீரமாதா, வியத்ப்ரஸூஃ || 156 ||

முகும்தா, முக்தி னிலயா, மூலவிக்ரஹ ரூபிணீ |
பாவஜ்ஞா, பவரோகக்னீ பவசக்ர ப்ரவர்தினீ || 157 ||

சம்தஸ்ஸாரா, ஶாஸ்த்ரஸாரா, மம்த்ரஸாரா, தலோதரீ |
உதாரகீர்தி, ருத்தாமவைபவா, வர்ணரூபிணீ || 158 ||

ஜன்மம்றுத்யு ஜராதப்த ஜன விஶ்ராம்தி தாயினீ |
ஸர்வோபனிஷ துத்குஷ்டா, ஶாம்த்யதீத களாத்மிகா || 159 ||

கம்பீரா, ககனாம்தஃஸ்தா, கர்விதா, கானலோலுபா |
கல்பனாரஹிதா, காஷ்டா, காம்தா, காம்தார்த விக்ரஹா || 160 ||

கார்யகாரண னிர்முக்தா, காமகேளி தரம்கிதா |
கனத்-கனகதாடம்கா, லீலாவிக்ரஹ தாரிணீ || 161 ||

அஜாக்ஷய வினிர்முக்தா, முக்தா க்ஷிப்ரப்ரஸாதினீ |
அம்தர்முக ஸமாராத்யா, பஹிர்முக ஸுதுர்லபா || 162 ||

த்ரயீ, த்ரிவர்க னிலயா, த்ரிஸ்தா, த்ரிபுரமாலினீ |
னிராமயா, னிராலம்பா, ஸ்வாத்மாராமா, ஸுதாஸ்றுதிஃ || 163 ||

ஸம்ஸாரபம்க னிர்மக்ன ஸமுத்தரண பம்டிதா |
யஜ்ஞப்ரியா, யஜ்ஞகர்த்ரீ, யஜமான ஸ்வரூபிணீ || 164 ||

தர்மாதாரா, தனாத்யக்ஷா, தனதான்ய விவர்தினீ |
விப்ரப்ரியா, விப்ரரூபா, விஶ்வப்ரமண காரிணீ || 165 ||

விஶ்வக்ராஸா, வித்ருமாபா, வைஷ்ணவீ, விஷ்ணுரூபிணீ |
அயோனி, ர்யோனினிலயா, கூடஸ்தா, குலரூபிணீ || 166 ||

வீரகோஷ்டீப்ரியா, வீரா, னைஷ்கர்ம்யா, னாதரூபிணீ |
விஜ்ஞான கலனா, கல்யா விதக்தா, பைம்தவாஸனா || 167 ||

தத்த்வாதிகா, தத்த்வமயீ, தத்த்வமர்த ஸ்வரூபிணீ |
ஸாமகானப்ரியா, ஸௌம்யா, ஸதாஶிவ குடும்பினீ || 168 ||

ஸவ்யாபஸவ்ய மார்கஸ்தா, ஸர்வாபத்வி னிவாரிணீ |
ஸ்வஸ்தா, ஸ்வபாவமதுரா, தீரா, தீர ஸமர்சிதா || 169 ||

சைதன்யார்க்ய ஸமாராத்யா, சைதன்ய குஸுமப்ரியா |
ஸதோதிதா, ஸதாதுஷ்டா, தருணாதித்ய பாடலா || 170 ||

தக்ஷிணா, தக்ஷிணாராத்யா, தரஸ்மேர முகாம்புஜா |
கௌளினீ கேவலா,‌உனர்க்யா கைவல்ய பததாயினீ || 171 ||

ஸ்தோத்ரப்ரியா, ஸ்துதிமதீ, ஶ்ருதிஸம்ஸ்துத வைபவா |
மனஸ்வினீ, மானவதீ, மஹேஶீ, மம்களாக்றுதிஃ || 172 ||

விஶ்வமாதா, ஜகத்தாத்ரீ, விஶாலாக்ஷீ, விராகிணீ|
ப்ரகல்பா, பரமோதாரா, பராமோதா, மனோமயீ || 173 ||

வ்யோமகேஶீ, விமானஸ்தா, வஜ்ரிணீ, வாமகேஶ்வரீ |
பம்சயஜ்ஞப்ரியா, பம்சப்ரேத மம்சாதிஶாயினீ || 174 ||

பம்சமீ, பம்சபூதேஶீ, பம்ச ஸம்க்யோபசாரிணீ |
ஶாஶ்வதீ, ஶாஶ்வதைஶ்வர்யா, ஶர்மதா, ஶம்புமோஹினீ || 175 ||

தரா, தரஸுதா, தன்யா, தர்மிணீ, தர்மவர்தினீ |
லோகாதீதா, குணாதீதா, ஸர்வாதீதா, ஶமாத்மிகா || 176 ||

பம்தூக குஸும ப்ரக்யா, பாலா, லீலாவினோதினீ |
ஸுமம்களீ, ஸுககரீ, ஸுவேஷாட்யா, ஸுவாஸினீ || 177 ||

ஸுவாஸின்யர்சனப்ரீதா, ஶோபனா, ஶுத்த மானஸா |
பிம்து தர்பண ஸம்துஷ்டா, பூர்வஜா, த்ரிபுராம்பிகா || 178 ||

தஶமுத்ரா ஸமாராத்யா, த்ரிபுரா ஶ்ரீவஶம்கரீ |
ஜ்ஞானமுத்ரா, ஜ்ஞானகம்யா, ஜ்ஞானஜ்ஞேய ஸ்வரூபிணீ || 179 ||

யோனிமுத்ரா, த்ரிகம்டேஶீ, த்ரிகுணாம்பா, த்ரிகோணகா |
அனகாத்புத சாரித்ரா, வாம்சிதார்த ப்ரதாயினீ || 180 ||

அப்யாஸாதி ஶயஜ்ஞாதா, ஷடத்வாதீத ரூபிணீ |
அவ்யாஜ கருணாமூர்தி, ரஜ்ஞானத்வாம்த தீபிகா || 181 ||

ஆபாலகோப விதிதா, ஸர்வானுல்லம்க்ய ஶாஸனா |
ஶ்ரீ சக்ரராஜனிலயா, ஶ்ரீமத்த்ரிபுர ஸும்தரீ || 182 ||

ஶ்ரீ ஶிவா, ஶிவஶக்த்யைக்ய ரூபிணீ, லலிதாம்பிகா |
ஏவம் ஶ்ரீலலிதாதேவ்யா னாம்னாம் ஸாஹஸ்ரகம் ஜகுஃ || 183 ||

|| இதி ஶ்ரீ ப்ரஹ்மாம்டபுராணே, உத்தரகம்டே, ஶ்ரீ ஹயக்ரீவாகஸ்த்ய ஸம்வாதே, ஶ்ரீலலிதாரஹஸ்யனாம ஶ்ரீ லலிதா ரஹஸ்யனாம ஸாஹஸ்ரஸ்தோத்ர கதனம் னாம த்விதீயோ‌உத்யாயஃ ||

ஸிம்தூராருண விக்ரஹாம் த்ரிணயனாம் மாணிக்ய மௌளிஸ்புர-
த்தாரானாயக ஶேகராம் ஸ்மிதமுகீ மாபீன வக்ஷோருஹாம் |
பாணிப்யா மலிபூர்ண ரத்ன சஷகம் ரக்தோத்பலம் பிப்ரதீம்
ஸௌம்யாம் ரத்னகடஸ்த ரக்த சரணாம் த்யாயேத்பராமம்பிகாம் ||

Sri Lalitha Sahasranama Stotram Meaning:

May we meditate on the divine mother
whose body has the red hue of vermilion,
who has three eyes,
who wears a beautiful crown studded with rubies,
who is adorned with the crescent moon,
whose face sports beautiful smile indicating compassion,
who has beautiful limbs,
whose hands hold a jewel-studded golden vessel filled
with nectar, and in the other a red lotus flower.

i meditate on the great empress. She is red in color,
and her eyes are full of compassion, and holds the noose,
the goad, the bow and the flowery arrow in her hands.
She is surrounded on all sides by powers such as animal
for rays and She is the self within me.

The divine Goddess is to be meditated meditate upon as seated on the lotus with petal eyes.
She is golden hued, and has lotus flowers in her hand.
She dispels fear of the devotees who bow before her.
She is the embodiment of peace, knowledge (vidya),
is praised by gods and grants every kind of wealth wished for.

i meditate on the mother, whose eyes are smiling, who holds the arrow, bow, noose and the goad in her hands. She is glittering with red garlands and ornaments. She is painted with kumkuma
on her forehead and is red and tender like the japa flower.

She who is the auspicious mother
She who is the empress of the universe
She who is the queen of the most glorious throne
She who was born in the fire-pit of Pure Consciousness
She who is intent on fulfilling the wiShes of the gods
She who has the radiance of a thousand rising suns
She who is four-armed
She who is holding the rope of love in her hand
She who shines, bearing the goad of anger
She who holds in her hand a sugarcane bow that represents the mind ॥ 10 ॥

She who holds the five subtle elements as arrows
She who immerses the entire universe in the red effulgence of her form
She whose hair has been adorned with flowers like campaka, ashoka, punnaga and saugandhika
She who is resplendent with a crown adorned with rows of kuruvinda gems
She whose forehead shines like the crescent moon of the eighth night of the lunar half-month
She who wears a musk mark on her forehead which shines like the spot in the moon
She whose eyebrows shine like the archways leading to the house of kama, the god of love, which her face resembles
She whose eyes possess the luster of the fish that move about in the stream of beauty flowing from her face
She who is resplendent with a nose that has the beauty of a newly blossoming campaka flower
She who shines with a nose-ornament that excels the luster of a star ॥ 20 ॥

She who is captivating, wearing bunches of kadamba flowers as ear-ornaments
She who wears the sun and the moon as a pair of large earrings
She whose cheeks excel mirrors made of rubies in their beauty
She whose lips excel freshly cut coral and bimba fruit in their reflective splendor
She who has radiant teeth which resemble the buds of pure knowledge
She who is enjoying a camphor-laden betel roll, the fragrance of which is attracting people from all directions
She who excels even the veena of sarasvati in the sweetness of her speech
She who submerges even the mind of Kamesha(Lord shiva) in the radiance of her smile
She whose chin cannot be compared to anything(it is beyond comparison because of its unparalleled beauty)
She whose neck is adorned with the marriage thread tied by Kamesha ॥ 30 ॥

She whose arms are beautifully adorned with golden armlets
She whose neck is resplendent with a gem-studded necklace with a locket made of pearl
She who gives her breasts to Kameshvara in return for the gem of love he bestows on her
She whose breasts are the fruits on the creeper of the fine hairline that starts in the depths of her navel and spreads upwards
She who has a waist, the existence of which can only be inferred by the fact that the creeper of her hairline springs from it
She whose abdomen has three folds which form a belt to support her waist from breaking under the weight of her breasts
She whose hips are adorned with a garment as red as the rising sun, which is dyed with an extract from safflower (kusumbha) blossoms
She who is adorned with a girdle which is decorated with many gem-studded bells
the beauty and softness of whose thighs are known only to kamesha, her husband
She whose knees are like crowns shaped from the precious red jewel, manikya (a kind of ruby) ॥ 40 ॥

She whose calves gleam like the jewel-covered quiver of the God of Love
She whose ankles are hidden
She whose feet have arches that rival the back of a tortoise in smoothness and beauty
She whose toenails give out such a radiance that all the darkness of ignorance is dispelled completely from those devotees who prostrate at her feet
She whose feet defeat lotus flowers in radiance
She whose auspicious lotus feet are adorned with gem-studded golden anklets that tinkle sweetly
She whose gait is as slow and gentle as that of a swan
She who is the treasure-house of beauty
She who is entirely red in complexion
She whose body is worthy of worship ॥ 50 ॥

She who is resplendent with all types of ornaments
She who sits in the lap of shiva, who is the conqueror of desire
She who bestows all that is auspicious
She who keeps her husband always under her control
She who sits on the middle peak of mount sumeru
She who is the mistress of the most auspicious (or prosperous)
She who resides in a house built of the chintamani
She who sits on a seat made of five Brahmas
She who resides in the great lotus forest ॥ 60 ॥

She who resides in the kadamba forest
She who resides in the center of the ocean of nectar
She whose eyes awaken desire, or She who has beautiful eyes
She who grants all wishes
She whose might is the subject of praise by multitudes of gods and sages
She who is endowed with an army of shaktis intent on slaying bhandasura
Who is attended by a herd of elephants ably commanded by sampatkari
She who is surrounded by a cavalry of several million horses which are under the command of the shakti, ashvarudha
She who shines in her chariot chakraraja, equipped with all kinds of weapons
She who is served by the shakti named mantrini who rides the chariot known as geyacakra
She who is escorted by the shakti known as dandanatha, seated in the kirichakra chariot ॥ 70 ॥

She who has taken position at the center of the fortress of fire created by the goddess, jvalamalini
She who rejoices at the valor of the shaktis who are intent on destroying the forces of bhandasura
She who delights in seeing the might and the pride of her nitya deities
She who delights in seeing the valor of the goddess bala who is intent on killing the sons of bhanda
She who rejoices at the destruction, in battle, of the demon vishanga by the mantrini shakti
She who is pleased with the prowess of varahi who took the life of vishukra
She who gives rise to ganesha by a glance at the face of kameshvara
She who rejoices when ganesha shatters all obstacles
She who showers counter weapons to each weapon fired at her by bhandasura
She who created from her fingernails all ten incarnations of narayana (vishnu) ॥ 80 ॥

She who burned the armies of the demons in the fire of the missile, mahapashupata
She who burned and destroyed bhandasura and his capital shunyaka with the kameshvara missle
She whose many powers are extolled by brahma, vishnu, shiva and other gods
She who became the life-giving medicine for kamadeva (the god of love) who had been burned to aShes by the fire from shiva’s (third) eye
She whose lotus face is the auspicious vagbhavakuta (a group of syllables of the panchadashi mantra)
She who from her neck to her waist is of the form of the madhyakuta (the middle six syllables of the panchadashakshari
mantra)
She whose form below the waist is the shaktikuta (the last four syllables of the pancadashakshari mantra)
She who is the embodiment of the mula mantra (the pancadashakshari mantra)
She whose (subtle) body is made of the three parts of the pancadashakshari mantra
She who is especially fond of the nectar known as kula ॥ 90 ॥

She who protects the code of rituals of the path of yoga known as kula
She who is well-born (who is from a good family)
She who resides in the kula vidya
She who belongs to the kula
She who is the deity in the kulas
She who does not have a family
She who resides inside ‘samaya’
She who is attached to the samaya form of worship
She whose principal abode is the muladhara
She who breaks through the knot of brahma ॥ 100 ॥

She who emerges in the manipura cakra
She who breaks through the knot of vishnu
She who resides at the center of the aj~na chakra
She who breaks through the knot of shiva
She who ascends to the thousand-petaled lotus
She who pours out streams of ambrosia
She who is as beautiful as a flash of lightning
She who resides above the six chakras
She who is greatly attached to the festive union of shiva and shakti
She who has the form a coil ॥ 110 ॥

She who is fine and delicate as the fiber of the lotus
She who is the wife of bhava (shiva)
She who is unattainable through imagination or thought
She who is like an axe to clear the jungle of samsara
She who is fond of all auspicious things – who gives all auspicious things
She who is the embodiment of auspiciousness or benevolence
She who confers prosperity on her devotees
She who is fond of (and pleased by) devotion
She who is attained only through devotion
She who is to be won over by devition ॥ 120 ॥

She who dispels fear
She who is the wife of shambhu (shiva)
She who is worshipped by sharada (sarasvati, the goddess of speech)
She who is the wife of sharva (shiva)
She who confers happiness
She who gives happiness
She who bestows riches in abundance
She who is chaste
She whose face shines like the full moon in the clear autumn sky
She who is slender-waister ॥ 130 ॥

She who is peaceful
She who is without dependence
She who stays unattached, bound to nothing
She who is free from all impurities arising from action
She who is free from all impurities
She who is eternal
She who is without form
She who is without agitation
She who is beyond all three gunas of nature, namely sattva, rajas and tamas
She who is without parts ॥ 140 ॥

She who is tranquil
She who is without desire
She who is indestructible
She who is ever free from worldly bonds
She who is unchanging
She who is not of this universe
She who does not depend on anything
She who is eternally pure
She who is ever wise
She who is blameless or She who is praiseworthy ॥ 150 ॥

She who is all-pervading
She who is without cause
She who is faultless
She who is not conditioned or has no limitations
She who has no superior or protector
She who has no desire
She who destroys desires (passions)
She who is without pride
She who destroys pride
She who has no anxiety in anything ॥ 160 ॥

She who is without egoism. She who is without the concept of ‘i’ and ‘mine’
She who is free from delusion
She who destroys delusion in her devotees
She who has no self-interest in anything
She who destroys the sense of ownership
She who is without sin
She who destroys all the sins of her devotees nishkrodha
She who is without anger
She who destroys anger in her devotees
She who is without greed ॥ 170

She who destroys greed in her devotees
She who is without doubts
She who kills all doubts
She who is without origin
She who destroys the sorrow of samsara (the cycle of birth and death)
She who is free of false imaginings
She who is not disturbed by anything
She who is beyond all sense of difference
She who removes from her devotees all sense of differences born of vasanas
She who is imperishable ॥ 180 ॥

She who destroys death
She who remains without action
She who does not acquire or accept anything
She who is incomparable, unequalled
She who has shining black hair
She who is imperishable
She who cannot be transgressed
She who is won only with much difficulty
She who is approachable only with extreme effort
She who is the Goddess durga ॥ 190 ॥

She who is the destroyer of sorrow
She who is the giver of happiness
She who is unapproachable by sinners
She who stops evil customs
She who is free from all faults
She who is omniscient
She who shows intense compassion
She who has neither equal nor superior
She who has all the divine powers (She who is omnipotent)
She who is the source of all that is auspicious ॥ 200 ॥

She who leads into the right path
She who rules over all the living and non-living things
She who pervades every living and non-living thing
She who is the essence of all the mantras
She who is the soul of all yantras
She who is the soul(embodiment) of all tantras
She who is shiva’s shakti
She who is the wife of maheshvara
She who has the immeasurable body
She who is the great goddess lakshmi ॥ 210 ॥

She who is the beloved of mrida (shiva)
She who has a great form
She who is the greatest object of worship
She who destroys even the greatest of sins
She who is the great illusion
She who possesses great sattva
She who has great power
She who is boundless delight
She who has immense wealth
She who has supreme sovereignty ॥ 220 ॥

She who is supreme in valor
She who is supreme in might
She who is supreme in intelligence
She who is endowed with the highest attainments
She who is the object of worship even by the greatest of yogis
She who is worshipped by the great tantras such as kularnava and jnanarnava
She who is the greatest mantra
She who is in the form of the great yantras
She who is seated on great seats
She who is worshipped by the ritual of mahayaga ॥ 130 ॥

She who is worshipped even by mahabhairava (shiva)
She who is the witness of the great dance of maheshvara (shiva) at the end of the great cycle of creation
She who is the great queen of mahakameshvara (shiva)
She who is the great tripurasundari
She who is adored in sixty-four ceremonies
She who embodies the sixty-four fine arts
She who is attended (served) by sixty-four crores of bands of yoginis
She who is the embodiment of manuvidya
She who is the embodiment of chandravidya
She who resides in the center of chandramandala, the moon’s disc ॥ 240 ॥

She who has a beauty that does not wax or wane
She who has a beautiful smile
She who wears of beautiful crescent moon that does not wax or wane
She who is the ruler of the animate and inanimate worlds
She who abides in the shri chakra
She who is the daughter of the mountain (mount himavat or himalaya) 247. padmanayanā –
She who has eyes that are long and beautiful like the petals of the lotus flower
She who has a resplendent red complexion like the ruby
She who sits on the seat formed by the five corpses
She whose form is composed of the five brahmas ॥ 250 ॥

She who is consciousness itself
She who is supreme bliss
She who is the embodiment of all-pervading solid intelligence
She who shines as meditation, mediator and the object of meditation
She who is devoid of(who transcends) both virtue and vice
She who has the whole universe as her form
She who is in the waking state, or She who assumes the form of the jiva who is in the waking state
She who is in the dream state or She who assumes the form of the jiva in the dream state
She who is the soul of taijasa (jiva in the dream state, proud of its subtle body)
She who is in the deep-sleep state or assumes the form of the jiva experiencing deep sleep ॥ 260 ॥

She who is not separate from praj~na (deep sleep)
She who is in the state of turya (fourth state in which the ultimate realization of atman is obtained)
She who transcends all states
She who is the creator
She who is in the form of brahma
She who protects
She who has assumed the form of govinda (vishnu) for the preservation of the universe
She who is the destroyer of the universe
She who is has assumed the form of rudra (shiva) for the dissolution of the universe
She who causes the disappearance of all things ॥ 270 ॥

She who protects and rules everything
She who is sadashiva, one who always bestows auspiciousness
She who confers blessing
She who is devoted to the five functions (of creation, preservation, destruction, annihilation and reappearance)
She who abides at the center of the sun’s disc
She who is the wife of bhairava (shiva)
She who wears a garland made of the six excellences (of auspiciousness, supremacy, fame, valor, detachment and knowledge)
She who is seated in the lotus flower
She who protects those who worship her
She who is vishnu’s sister ॥ 280 ॥

She who causes a series of worlds to arise and disappear with the opening and closing of her eyes
She who has a thousand heads and faces
She who has a thousand eyes
She who has a thousand feet
She who is the mother of everything from brahma to the lowliest insect
She who established the order of the social division in life
She whose commands take the form of the vedas
She who dispenses the fruits of both good and evil actions
She who is the one the dust from whose feet forms the vermilion marks at the parting line of the hair of the shruti devatas (vedas personified as goddesses)
She who is the pearl enclosed in the Shell made of all the scriptures ॥ 290 ॥

She who grants the (four-fold) objects of human life
She who is always whole, without growth or decay
She who is the enjoyer
She who is the ruler of the universe
She who is the mother of the universe
She who has neither beginning nor end
She who is attended by brahma, vishnu and indra
She who is the female counterpart of narayana
She who is in the form of sound
She who has no name or form ॥ 300 ॥

She who is the form of syllable ‘hrim’
She who is endowed with modesty
She who abides in the heart
She who has nothing to reject or accept
She who is worshipped by the King of kings
She who is the queen of shiva, the Lord of all kings
She who gives delight; She who is lovely
She whose eyes are like rajiva (lotus)
She who delights the mind
She who gives joy ॥ 310 ॥

She who is to be enjoyed; She who enjoys
She who wears a girdle of tinkling bells
She who has become lakshmi and sarasvati
She who has a delightful face like the full moon
She who is in the form of rati, the wife of kama
She who is fond of rati; She who is served by rati
She who is the protector
She who is the slayer of the entire race of demons
She who gives delight
She who is devoted to the Lord of her heart, Lord shiva ॥ 320 ॥

She who is to be desired
She who is in the form of kamakala
She who is especially fond of kadamba flowers
She who bestows auspiciousness
She who is the root of the whole world
She who is the ocean of compassion
She who is the embodiment of all arts
She who speaks musically and sweetly
She who is beautiful
She who is fond of mead ॥ 330 ॥

She who grants boons generously
She who has beautiful eyes
She who is intoxicated by varuni (ambrosial drink)
She who transcends the universe
She who is known through the vedas
She who resides in the vindhya mountains
She who creates and sustains this unverse
She who is the mother of the vedas
She who is the illusory power of vishnu
She who is playful ॥ 340 ॥

She whose body is matter
She who is the wife of kshetresha (shiva)
She who is the protector of matter and the knower of matter, therefore the protector of body and soul
She who is free from growth and decay
She who is worshipped by kshetrapala (shiva in infant form)
She who is ever-victorious
She who is without a trace of impurity
She who is adorable, worthy of worship
She who is full of motherly love for those who worship her
She who speaks ॥ 350 ॥

She who has beautiful hair
She who resides in the disc of fire
She who is the kalpa (wish-granting) creeper to her devotees
She who releases the ignorant from bondage
She who destroys all heretics
She who is immersed in (and inspires others to follow) right conduct
She who is the moonlight that gives joy to those burned by the triple fire of misery
She who is ever young
She who is worshipped by ascetics
She who is slender-waisted ॥ 360 ॥

She who removes the ignorance born of tamas
She who is in the form of pure intelligence
She who is the embodiment of truth (which is indicated by the word ‘tat’)
She who is of the nature of the pure intelligence. She who is the cause of knowledge
She who makes the bliss of brahma and others insignificant compared to her own bliss
She who is the supreme; She who transcends all
She who is of the nature of unmanifested consciousness or of unmanifested brahman
She who is pashyanti, the second level of sound after para in the svadhishtana chakra
She who is the supreme deity; parashakti
She who stays in the middle ॥ 370 ॥

She who is in the form of vaikhari (sound in the manifested, audible form)
She who is the swan in the minds of her devotees
She who is the very life of kameshvara, her consort
She who knows all of our actions as they occur
She who is worshipped by kama
She who is filled with the essence of Love
She who is victorious always and everywhere
She who resides in the jalandhara pitha (in the throat region)
She whose abode is the center known as odyana (in the aj~na chakra)
She who resides in the bindumandala (in shri chakra) ॥ 380 ॥

She who is worshipped in secret through sacrificial rites
She who is to be gratified by the secret rites of worship
She who bestows her grace immediately
She who is witness to the whole universe
She who has no other witness
She who is accompanied by the deities of the six angas (heart, head, hair, eyes, armor and weapons)
She who is fully endowed with the six good qualities (prosperity, valor, dispassion, fame, wealth and wisdom)
She who is ever compassionate
She who is incomparable
She who confers the bliss of Liberation ॥ 390 ॥

She who is in the form of the sixteen daily deities (i.e., kameshvari, bhagamalini, nityaklinna, bherunda, vahnivasini, mahavajreshvari, shivaduti, tvarita, kulasundari, nitya, nilapatakini, vijaya, sarvamangala, jvalamalini, chitra and tripurasundari)
She who possesses half of the body of shrikantha (shiva). She who is in the form of ardhanarishvara
She who is effulgent
She who is effulgence
She who is celebrated
She who is the supreme sovereign
She who is the first cause of the entire universe
She who is unmanifested
She who is in the manifested and unmanifested forms
She who is all-pervading ॥ 400 ॥

She who has a multitude of forms
She who is the form of both knowledge and ignorance
She who is the moonlight that gladdens the water-lilies that are mahakamesha’s eyes
She who is the sunbeam which dispels the darkness from the heart of her devotees
She for whom shiva is the messenger; She who is shiva’s messenger
She who is worshipped by shiva
She whose form is shiva himself
She who confers prosperity (auspiciousness, happiness). She who turns her devotees into shiva
She who is beloved of shiva
She who is solely devoted to shiva ॥ 410 ॥

She who is loved by the righteous; She who is the chosen deity of devotees; She who loves righteous people
She who is always worshipped by the righteous
She who is immeasurable by the senses
She who is self-luminous
She who is beyond the range of mind and speech
She who is the power of consciousness
She who is pure consciousness
She who is the maya that has transformed itself as the power of creation
She who is in the form of the inanimate world
She who is the gayatri mantra ॥ 420 ॥

She who is in the nature of utterance; She who presides over the power of speech
She who is in the form of twilight
She who is worshipped by the twice-born
She who has tattvas as her seat; She who abides in tattva
She who is meant by ‘that’, the supreme truth, brahman
She who is referred to, by ‘thou’
oh, mother! (the split in names of 425-427 may not be proper.)
She who resides within the five Sheaths
She whose glory is limitless ॥ 430 ॥

She who is ever youthful
She who is shining in a state of inebriation or intoxication
She whose eyes are reddened, rolling with rapture and inward-looking
She whose cheeks are rosy with rapture
She whose body is smeared with sandalwood paste
She who is especially fond of champaka flowers
She who is skillful
She who is graceful in form
She who is the shakti, kurukulla (residing in kuruvinda ruby)
She who is the ruler of kula (the triad of knower, the known and knowledge)
She who abides in the kulakunda (the bindu at the center of the pericarp in muladhara chakra ॥ 440 ॥

She who is worshipped by those devoted to the kaula tradition
She who is the mother of kumara(subrahmanya) and gananatha(Ganapathi)
She who is ever content
She who is the power of nourishment
She who manifests as intelligence
She who is fortitude
She who is tranquility itself
She who is the ultimate truth
She who is effulgence
She who gives delight ॥ 450 ॥

She who destroys all obstacles
She who is effulgent
She who has the sun, moon and fire as her three eyes
She who has rolling eyes. separate name kamarupini -She who is in the form of love in women
She who is wearing garlands
She who is not separate from hamsas (the yogins who have reached great spiritual heights)
She who is the mother of the universe
She who resides in the malaya mountain
She who has a beautiful face
She whose body is soft and beautiful like lotus petals ॥ 460 ॥

She who has beautiful eyebrows
She who is always radiant
She who is the leader of the gods
She who is the wife of shiva
She who is radiant
She who creates upheaval in the mind
She who has a form that is too subtle to be perceived by the sense organs
She who is vajreshvari, the sixth daily deity
She who is the wife of vama deva (shiva)
She who is exempt from changes due to age (time) ॥ 470 ॥

She who is the goddess worshipped by spiritual adepts
She who is in the form of siddhavidya, the fifteen-syllables mantra
She who is the mother of siddhas
She who is of unequaled renown
She who resides in the vishuddhi chakra
She who is of slightly red (rosy) complexion
She who has three eyes
She who is armed with a club and other weapons
She who possesses only one face
She who is especially fond of sweet rice ॥ 480 ॥

She who is the deity of the organ of touch (skin)
She who fills with fear the mortal beings bound by worldly existence
She who is surrounded by amrita and other shakti deities
She who is the dakini deity
She who resides in the anahata lotus in the heart
She who is black in complexion
She who has two faces
She who has shining tusks
She who is wearing garlands of rudraksha beads and other things
She who presides over the blood in the bodies of living beings ॥ 490 ॥

She who is surrounded by kalaratri and other shaktis
She who is fond of food offerings containing ghee, oil and other substances containing fats
She who bestows boons on great warriors
She who is in the form of the rakini deity
She who resides in the ten-petaled lotus in the manipuraka chakra
She who has three faces
She who holds the vajra (lightning bolt) and other weapons
She who is surrounded by damari and other attending deities
She who is red in complexion
She who presides over the flesh in living beings ॥ 500 ॥

She who is fond of sweet rice made with raw sugar
She who confers happiness on all her devotees
She who is in the form of the lakini yogini
She who resides in the six-petaled lotus in the svadhishtana, kakini yogini
She who has four beautiful faces
She who possesses the trident and other weapons (i.e., noose, skull and abhaya)
She who is yellow in color
She who is very proud
She who resides in the fat in living beings
She who is fond of honey and other offerings made with honey ॥ 510 ॥

She who is accompanied by bandhini and other shaktis
She who is particularly fond of offerings made with curd
She who is in the form of kakini yogini
She who is resident in the lotus in the muladhara
She who has five faces
She who resides in the bones
She who holds the goad and other weapons
She who is attended by varada and other shaktis
She who is particularly fond of food offerings made of mudga, a lentil
She who is in the form of sakini yogini ॥ 420 ॥

She who resides in the two-petaled lotus in the ajnachakra
She who is white in color
She who has six faces
She who is the presiding deity of the bone marrow
She who is accompanied by the shaktis hamsavati and kshamavati (in the two petals of the lotus)
She who is fond of food seasoned with turmeric
She who is in the form of hakini devi
She who resides in the thousand-petaled lotus
She who is radiant in many colors
She who holds all the known weapons ॥ 430 ॥

She who resides in the semen
She who has faces turned in all directions
She who is pleased by all offerings of food
She who is in the form of the yakini yogini
She who is the object of the invocation ‘svaha’ at the end of mantras chanted while offering oblations to the fire in yaga ceremonies
She who is the object of the ‘svadha’ invocation at the end of mantras
She who is in the form of ignorance or nescience
She who is in the form of wisdom (knowledge)
She who is in the form of the vedas
She who is in the form of smriti (works based on the meaning of vedas) ॥ 240 ॥

She who is the best; She who is not excelled by anyone
She whose fame is sacred or righteous
She who is attained only by righteous souls
She who bestows merit on anyone who hears of her and praises her
She who is worshipped by pulomaja (indra’s wife)
She who is free from bonds; She who gives release from bondage
She who has wavy locks of hair;
She who is in the form of vimarsha (reflection or meaning)
She who is in the form of knowledge
She who is the mother of the universe, which is the aggregate of all the elements starting with the ether ॥ 550 ॥

She who removes all diseases and sorrows
She who guards her devotees from all
She who is to be considered the foremost
She who is of a form beyond the reach of thought
She who is the destroyer of the sins of the age of kali
She who is the daughter of a sage named kata
She who is the destroyer of time (death)
She in whom vishnu takes refuge
She whose mouth is full from chewing betel
She who shines like a pomegranate flower ॥ 560 ॥

She whose eyes are long and beautiful like those of a doe
She who is enchanting
She who is the first
She who is the wife of mrida (shiva)
She who is the friend of everyone (universe)
She who is eternally contented
She who is the treasure of the devotees
She who controls and guides all beings on the right path
She who is the ruler of all
She who is to be attained by love and other good dispositions ॥ 570 ॥

She who is witness to the great dissolution
She who is the original, supreme power
She who is the supreme end, the supreme abidance
She who is pure, condensed knowledge
She who is languid from drinking wine; She who is not eager for anything
She who is intoxicated
She who is in the form of the letters of the alphabet
She who resides in the great kailasa
She whose arms are as soft and cool as the lotus stem
She who is adorable ॥ 580 ॥

She who is the personification of compassion
She who controls the great empire of the three worlds
She who is the knowledge of the self
She who is the seat of exalted knowledge, the knowledge of the self
She who is sacred knowledge (pa~nchadashi mantra)
She who is worshipped by kamadeva
She who is in the form of the sixteen-syllables mantra
She who is in the three parts (of pa~nchadashi mantra)
She, of whom kama (shiva) is a part or an approximate form
She who is attended by millions of lakshmis who are subdued by hern mere glances ॥ 590 ॥

She who resides in the head
She who is resplendent like the moon
She who resides in the forehead (between the eyebrows)
She who is resplendent like the rainbow
She who resides in the heart
She who shines with the special brilliance of the sun
She who shines as a light within the triangle
She who is satidevi, the daughter of daksha prajapati
She who is the killer of demons
She who is the destroyer of the sacrifice conducted by daksha ॥ 600 ॥

She who has long, tremulous eyes
She whose face is radiant with a smile
She who has assumed a severe form or one who has assumed the form of the guru
She who is the treasure house of all good qualities
She who became surabhi, the cow that grants all wiShes
She who is the mother of guha (subramanya)
She who is the protector of the gods
She who maintains the rules of jusstice without the slightest error
She who is the subtle self in the heart
She who is worshipped daily starting with pratipad (first day of the lunar half-month) and ending with the full moon ॥ 610 ॥

She who is in the form of the kalas
She who is the mistress of all the kalas
She who delights in hearing poetry
She who is attended by lakshmi on the left side and sarasvati on the right side, bearing ceremonial fans
She who is the primordial power, the parashakti who is the cause of the universe
She who is not measurable by any means
She who is the self in all
She who is the supreme
She who is of sacred form
She who is the creator of many crores of worlds ॥ 620 ॥

She who has a divine body
She who is creator of the syllable ‘klim’
She who is the absolute, as She is complete, independent and without any attributes
She who is to be known in secret
She who bestows liberation
She who is older than the three (trinity of brahmaa vishnu and shiva)
She who is adored by the inhabitants of all three worlds
She who is the aggregate of the trinity (brahma, vishnu and shiva)
She who is the ruler of the gods
She whose form consists of three letters or syllables (om = a u m) ॥ 630 ॥

She who is richly endowed with divine fragrance
She who shines with a vermilion mark on her forehead; She who is decorated with a special paste made of vermilion
She who is parvati devi
She who is the daughter of himavat, the king of the mountains
She who has a fair complexion
She who is served by gandharvas (like vishvavasu)
She who contains the whole universe in her womb
She who is the cause of the universe
She who destroys the unholy
She who presides over speech ॥ 640 ॥

She who is to be attained through meditation
She whose limits cannot be ascertained (unlimited)
She who gives knowledge of the self
She who is the embodiment of knowledge itself
She who is known by all of vedanta
She whose form is existence and bliss
She who is worshipped by lopamudra (wife of sage agastya)
She who has created and maintained the universe purely as a sport
She who is not perceived by sense organs (normal eyes)
She who has nothing to see ॥ 650 ॥

She who knows the truth of the physical universe
She who has nothing left to know
She who is constantly united with parashiva; She who possesses the power of yoga
She who bestows the power of yoga
She who deserves yoga of all kinds
She who is the bliss attained through yoga; She who enjoys the bliss of yoga
She who is the bearer of the yugas
She who is in the form of the powers of will, knowledge and action
She who is the support of all
She who is firmly established ॥ 660 ॥

She who assumes the forms of both being and non-being
She who has eight forms
She who conquers ignorance
She who directs the course of the worlds
She who is the lone one
She who is the aggregate of all existing things
She who is without the sense of duality
She who is beyond duality
She who is the giver of food to all living things
She who is the giver of wealth ॥ 670 ॥

She who is ancient
She whose nature is the union of brahman and atman
She who is immense
She who is predominantly sattvic
She who presides over speech
She who is ever immersed in the bliss of brahman
She who is especially fond of sacrificial offerings
She who is in the form of language
She who has a vast army
She who is beyond being and non-being ॥ 680 ॥

She who is easily worshipped
She who does good
She who is attained through a bright and easy path
She who is the ruler of kings and emperors
She who gives dominion
She who protects all the dominions
She who has a compassion that captivates everyone
She who establishes on royal thrones of those who take refuge in her
She who is the embodiment of the prosperity of the world
She who is the mistress of the treasury ॥ 690 ॥

She who commands armies of four types
She who is the bestower of imperial dominion
She who is devoted to (or maintains) truth
She who is girdled by the oceans
She who is under a vow
She who destroys the demons, wicked forces
She who keeps all the worlds under her control
She who grants all desires
She who is the creative power in the universe
She who is of the nature of existence, consciousness and bliss ॥ 700 ॥

She who is not limited by time and space; She who is not measured by time and space
She who pervades all the worlds and all the living and non-living things; She who is omnipresent
She who deludes all
She who is in the form of knowledge
She who is in the form of the scriptures; She whose limbs are the scriptures
She who is the mother of guha (subramanya); She who dwells in the cave of the heart
She who has a secret form
She who is free from all limitations
She who is sadashiva’s devoted wife
She who is the guardian of sacred traditions ॥ 710 ॥

She who possesses equanimity
She who is the symbol ‘i’ (other versions show 711/712 as sadhvi even though it is a repetition.)
She who embodies in herself the lineage of Gurus
She who transcends the senses
She who is worshipped in the sun’s disc
She who is illusion
She whose nature is as sweet as honey
She who is the goddess earth
She who is the mother of shiva’s attendants
She who is worshipped by guhyakas (a kind of devas) ॥ 720 ॥

She who has beautiful limbs
She who is beloved of the gurus
She who is free from all limitations
She who is the goddess of all tantras
She who is in the form of dakshinamurti
She who is worshipped by sanaka and other sages
She who bestows the knowledge of siva
She who is the consciousness in brahman
She who is the bud of bliss
She who is pure love ॥ 730 ॥

She who grants what is dear to her devotees
She who is pleased by the repetition of her names
She who is the deity worshipped by the nandi mantra
She who is the wife of natesha (shiva)
She who is the basis of the illusory universe
She who gives liberation
She who is in the form of liberation
She who is fond of the lasya dance
She who causes absorption
She who exists as modesty in living beings ॥ 740 ॥

She who is adored by the celestial damsels such as rambha
She who is the rain of nectar falling on the forest fire of worldly existence
She who is like wild fire to the forest of sins
She who is the gale that drives away the cotton wisps of misfortune
She who is the sunlight that dispels the darkness of old age
She who is the full moon to the ocean of good fortune
She who is the cloud that gladdens the peacocks who are the hearts of her devotees
She who is the thunderbolt that shatters the mountain of disease
She who is the axe that cuts down the tree of death
She who is the supreme goddess ॥ 750 ॥

She who is the great kali
She who devours everything great; She who is the great devourer
She who eats everything that is great
She who owes no debt
She who is angry (at the wicked)
She who killed chanda, munda and other asuras
She who is in the form of both the perishable and imperishable atman
She who is the ruler of all worlds
She who supports the universe
She who bestows the three goals of life ॥ 760 ॥

She who is the seat of all prosperity
She who has three eyes
She who is the essence of the three gunas
She who bestows heaven and liberation
She who is the purest
She whose body is like the hibiscus flower
She who is full of vitality
She who is full of light and splendor; She who has an aura of light
She who is in the form of sacrifice
She who is fond of vows ॥ 770 ॥

She who is difficult to worship
She who is difficult to control
She who is fond of the patali flower (the pale red trumpet flower)
She who is great; She who is in the form of mahatti (narada’s vina)
She who resides in the meru mountain
She who is fond of the mandara flowers
She who is worshipped by heroic persons
She who is in the form of the cosmic whole
She who is without rajas (desire and anger)
She who faces all directions ॥ 780 ॥

She who is the indwelling self
She who is the transcendental ether (which is the material cause of the cosmic and individual bodies)
She who is the giver of life
She who is the nature of life
She who is worshipped by martandabhairava
She who has entrusted her regal responsibilities to her mantrini
She who is the goddess of tripura
She who has an army which is accustomed only to victory
She who is devoid of the three gunas
She who is both para and apara ॥ 790 ॥

She who is truth, knowledge and bliss
She who is immersed in a state of steady wisdom
She who is the wife of kapardi (shiva, one with matted hair)
She who wears all sixty-four forms of art as a garland
She who fulfills all desires
She who has a desirable form
She who is the treasure house of all arts
She who is the art of poetry
She who knows all the rasas
She who is the treasure house of rasa ॥ 800 ॥

She who is always full of vigor, nourishment
She who is ancient
She who is worthy of worship by all
She who is complete; She who gives bourishment to all
She who has eyes like lotus petals
She who is the supreme light
She who is the supreme abode
She who is the subtlest particle
She who is tShe most supreme of the supreme ones
She who holds a noose in her hand ॥ 810

She who destroys the bonds
She who breaks the spell of the evil mantras of the enemies
She who has forms
She who has no definite form
She who is satisfied even by our perishable offerings
She who is the swan in the manasa lake of the minds of sages
She who abides firmly in truth
She who is truth itself
She who dwells inside all
She who is reality, the eternal being ॥ 820 ॥

She who is the tail that is brahman; the support for all
She who is brahman
She who is the mother
She who has a multitude of forms
She who is worshipped by the wise
She who is mother of the universe
She who is full of awe-inspiring wrath
She who is divine commandment herself
She who is the foundation
She who is manifested in the form of the universe ॥ 830 ॥

She who lords over the five pranas and the senses
She who is the giver of life
She who has fifty centers of worship
She who is unfettered, free in every way
She who abides in secluded places
She who is the mother of the valiant
She who is the mother to the ether
She who gives salvation
She who is the abode of salvation
She who is the root form of everything ॥ 840 ॥

She who is the knower of all thoughts and sentiments
She who eradicates the diseases of the cycle of birth and death
She who turns the wheel of the cycle of birth and death
She who is the essence of all the vedas
She who is the essence of all scriptures
She who is the essence of all mantras
She who is slender-waisted
She who possesses exalted fame
She whose prowess is unlimited
She who is in the form of the letters of the alphabets ॥ 850 ॥

She who gives peace and repose to those who are afflicted by birth, death and decrepitude
She who is celebrated by all the upanishads
She who transcends the state of peace
She who is unfathomable
She who resides in the ether, space
She who is proud
She who delights in music
She who is free from imaginary attributes
She who dwells in the highest state (beyond which there is nothing)
She who ends all sins and sorrows ॥ 860 ॥

She who is half the body of her husband
She who is free from the bond of cause and effect
She who is overflowing with pleasure in the union with kameshvara
She who wears glittering gold ear ornaments
She who assumes various glorious forms as a sport
She who has no birth
She who is free from decay
She who is captivating in her beauty
She who is quickly pleased
She who is to be worshipped internally (mentally) ॥ 870 ॥

She who is difficult to attain by those whose attention is directed outwards
She who is the three vedas
She who is the abode of the threefold aims of human life
She who resides in the three worlds
She who is the goddess of the antardashara chakra of the shri chakra
She who is free from diseases of all kinds
She who depends on none
She who rejoices in her own self
She who is the source of nectar
She who is skilled in raising those who are immersed in the mire of transmigratory life ॥ 880 ॥

She who is fond all sacrifices and other rituals
She who is the doer of sacrificial rites
She who is in the form of yajamana, who directs sacrificial rites
She who is the support of the code for righteous living
She who oversees wealth
She who increases wealth and harvests
She who is fond of the learned
She who is in the form of a knower of the self
She who makes the universe go around through her power of illusion
She who devours the universe ॥ 890 ॥

She who shines like coral (with her red complexion)
She who is in the form of vishnu
She who is in a form that extends over the whole universe
She who is without origin
She who is the seat of all origins
She who remains unchanged like the anvil
She who is the deity of the kaula path
She who is fond of the assembly of warriors
She who is heroic
She who abstains from actions ॥ 900 ॥

She who is in the form of the primal sound
She who realizes the knowledge of brahman
She who is capable of creation
She who is expert in everything
She who is seated in the baindava (spot between the eyebrows) chakra
She who transcends all cosmic categories
She who is reality itself; She who is shiva himself
She who is the meaning of tat (that) and tvam (thou)
She who is fond of the chanting of the sama veda
She who is benign and gentle in nature; of a cool, gentle nature as the moon ॥ 910 ॥

She who is the wife of sadashiva
She who occupies (or can be reached by) both the left and right paths of worship
She who removes all dangers
She who abides in herself; She who is free from all afflictions
She who is sweet in her inherent nature
She who is wise; She who gives wisdom
She who is worshipped by the wise
She who is worshipped with consciousness as the oblation
She who is fond of the flower that is consciousness
She who is ever shining ॥ 920 ॥

She who is ever pleased
She who is rosy like the morning sun
She who is adored by both right and left-handed worshippers
She whose lotus face holds a sweet smile
She who is worshipped as pure knowledge (consciousness) by the spiritual aspirants following the kaula path
She who confers the priceless fruit of final liberation
She who is fond of hymns in her praise
She who is the true object, the essence, of all praises
She whose glory is celebrated in the shrutis
She who is well-known for her mind ॥ 930 ॥

She who is high-minded; She who has great fame
She who is the wife of mahesha (shiva)
She who is of auspicious form
She who is the mother of the universe
She who is the mother who protects and sustains the world
She who has large eyes
She who is dispassionate
She who is skillful and confident
She who is supremely generous
She who is supremely joyful ॥ 940 ॥

She who is in the form of the mind
She who has the sky as her hair
She who is seated in her celestial chariot; She who journeys in her celestial chariot along with the gods
She who bears the vajra (thunderbolt) weapon
She who is the presiding deity of the vamakeshvara tantra
She who is fond of the five forms of sacrifices (agnihotra, darshapurnamasa, chaturmasya, goyaj~na and somayaj~na)
She who reclines on a couch made of the five corpses
She who is the fifth (after brahma, vishnu, rudra and ishvara)
She who is the goddess of the five elements
She who is worshipped using five objects (fragrance, flower, incense, lamp and food) of worship ॥ 950 ॥

She who is eternal
She who holds eternal sovereignty
She who is the giver of happiness
She who deludes shiva
She who is mother earth
She who is the daughter of dhara (himavat)
She who possesses great wealth; She who is extremely blessed
She who is righteous
She who promotes righteousness
She who transcends the worlds ॥ 960 ॥

She who transcends the gunas
She who transcends everything
She who is of the nature of peace and bliss
She who resembles the bandhuka flower in beauty and grace
She who never forsakes the nature of a child
She who delights in her sport
She who is eternally auspicious; She who never becomes a widow
She who gives happiness
She who is very attractive in her beautiful rich garments and ornaments
She who is ever auspiciously married ॥ 970 ॥

She who is pleased by the worship performed by married women
She who is always radiant
She who is of pure mind; one who purifies the mind of her worshipers
She who is pleased by offerings to the bindu (of shrichakra)
She who is ahead of everyone; first born
She who is the mother of the tripuras (three cities)
She who is worshipped by ten mudras (sarva sa~nkshobhini, sarvavidravini, sarvakarshini, sarvavashankari, sarvonmadini, sarvamahankusha, sarvakhechari, sarva bija, sarva yoni, sarva trikhanda)
She for whom tripurashri is under control
She who is in the form of the j~nana mudra
She who is to be attained through the yoga of knowledge ॥ 980 ॥

She who is both knowledge and the known
She who is in the form of the yonimudra
She who is the ruler of the tenth mudra, the trikhanda
She who is endowed with the three gunas of sattva, rajas and tamas
She who is mother of all beings; mother of the universe
She who resides in the triangle
She who is sinless
She whose deeds are marvelous
She who gives all the desired objects
She who is known only through the exceedingly streneous practice of spiritual discipline ॥ 990 ॥

She whose form transcends the six paths
She who is pure compassion
She who is the bright lamp that dispels the darkness of ignorance
She who is known well by all, even by children and cowherds
She whose commands are not disobeyed by anyone
She who abides in shrichakra, the king of chakras
She who is the divine tripurasundari devi
She who is the auspicious and divine shiva
She who is the union of shiva and shakti into one form
She who is the divine mother lalita ॥ 1000 ॥

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