LALITHA ASHTOTRAM TELUGU PDF

She was extremely beautiful, having dark thick long hair with scent of Champak, Asoka and Punnaga flowers, having the musk thilaka on her forehead, Having eyelids which appeared as if it is the gate of the house of God of love, having eyes which were like fish playing in a beautiful crystal clear lake, Having nose with studs which shined more than the stars, Having ears with sun and moon as studs, having cheeks which were like mirror of the Padma raga, Having beautiful rows of white teeth, Chewing Thamboola with camphor, having voice sweeter than the sound emanating from the Veena of Saraswati. Having such a beautiful smile that Lord Shiva himself could not take his eyes off, Wearing Mangala soothra and necklaces with beautiful shining dollars, Having breasts which were capable of buying the invaluable love of Kameshwara, having row of faint beautiful hair raising from her belly, having stomach with three pretty folds, wearing red silk tied with a string with red bells. Having thighs which steal the heart of Kameshwara, Having knees which looked like crowns made of precious gems, having voluptuous legs, having upper part of the feet resembling the back of tortoise, Having feet which resembled the lamps made of gems which could dispel worries from the mind of devotees and a body with the golden red colour. However, Hayagriva does not mention about Sree Lalitha Sahasranama. When Agasthya Maharishi repeatedly asks Hayagriva to enlighten him about the Lalitha Sahasranama, Hayagriva explains the reasons why Sree Lalitha Sahasranama is so divine and sacred, and finally tells him the reason as to why its knowledge has to be imparted to those who are highly potential and exalted. He also tells Agasthya Maharishi the reasons why it was not imparted initially.

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She was extremely beautiful, having dark thick long hair with scent of Champak, Asoka and Punnaga flowers, having the musk thilaka on her forehead, Having eyelids which appeared as if it is the gate of the house of God of love, having eyes which were like fish playing in a beautiful crystal clear lake, Having nose with studs which shined more than the stars, Having ears with sun and moon as studs, having cheeks which were like mirror of the Padma raga, Having beautiful rows of white teeth, Chewing Thamboola with camphor, having voice sweeter than the sound emanating from the Veena of Saraswati.

Having such a beautiful smile that Lord Shiva himself could not take his eyes off, Wearing Mangala soothra and necklaces with beautiful shining dollars, Having breasts which were capable of buying the invaluable love of Kameshwara, having row of faint beautiful hair raising from her belly, having stomach with three pretty folds, wearing red silk tied with a string with red bells.

Having thighs which steal the heart of Kameshwara, Having knees which looked like crowns made of precious gems, having voluptuous legs, having upper part of the feet resembling the back of tortoise, Having feet which resembled the lamps made of gems which could dispel worries from the mind of devotees and a body with the golden red colour. However, Hayagriva does not mention about Sree Lalitha Sahasranama.

When Agasthya Maharishi repeatedly asks Hayagriva to enlighten him about the Lalitha Sahasranama, Hayagriva explains the reasons why Sree Lalitha Sahasranama is so divine and sacred, and finally tells him the reason as to why its knowledge has to be imparted to those who are highly potential and exalted. He also tells Agasthya Maharishi the reasons why it was not imparted initially.

He was controlling and lording over the Universe with his unequalled power and strength. A group of devas then resolved that only Skanda can destroy Taraka. But, due to the penance of Lord Siva, the birth of Skanda had been delayed. Manmata the God of love was assigned by the devas to wake up Lord Siva from his deep meditation. With the intention of performing his job, Manmata applied the flower — shafts of lust on Lord Siva, who then roused with uncontrollable anger and burnt Manmata with the energy of his Third eye.

However, due to the absence of Manmata, creation in the World had stopped. Realizing this, Lord Siva blessed Manmata for his rebirth. As he sprinkled the holy water over the ashes of Manmata, another demon named Banasura was accidentally created.

The supreme strength of the demon spoiled the righteousness of the three worlds. Indra, the king of Devas performed a yagna according to the advice of Lord Siva and as a result of this yagna, Devi Sree Lalitha appeared, embodying the powers of creation, protection and destruction. The Devas praised her in eloquent terms as Universal Mother. Lord Siva married her in the avatar of Kameshwara and the Kingdom of Sree Lalitha originated from the Sreepura, a beautiful city at the crest of the mount Meru, built in the form of Sree Chakra.

In a fierce battle that lasted for a long time, Sree Lalitha destroyed Banasura. Wisdom Behind the Story of Goddess Lalitha Daksha means a skilled person, often we see that we get skills in many fields and in the process we sometimes knowingly or unknowingly get arrogance, due to this arrogance we ignore the divinity in us, who is represented by Lord Shiva.

Dakshas daughter Sati is representing the energy of the divinity, the truthfulness, who gets married to Shiva. Once the tragedy happens out of arrogance, then our conscience pricks us, this is represented by Lord Shiva punishing Daksha. Later, as lust Manmatha peaks and try to affect our conscience, two things can happen, either fall in to the sensations of lust or control ourselves by killing the lustful desires, same thing is represented by Lord Shiva killing Manmatha by the fire of his third eye , then when gods pray, he revives him but lust now takes the form of Banasura, the anger resulting out of unfulfilled lustful desires.

Bandakasura and Manmatha, endowed with Thamoguna and Rajoguna respectively, are personifications of anger and lust. Unfulfilled lust leads to anger and Desire is the root cause of misery. One should strive to overcome these two qualities. Though both anger and desire cannot be completely effected, they can be kept under proper check without causing any hindrance to the practice of Dharma with the grace of Goddess Shri Lalitha Tripura Sundari, Sri Kamakshi.

The three gunas namely Sathvaguna, Rajoguna and Thamoguna signify judicious action, indiscriminate action, and inaction respectively. By vanquishing Bandakasura and subduing Manmatha, Goddess Sri Kamakshi one who fulfills the desires of her devotees demonstrated to the entire world the futility of inaction the need for careful avoidance of indiscretection and the importance of incidences in judulgence action.

So this anger is later killed by the shakti of the divine by raising our consciousness from lustful desires and anger to the state of bliss, a bliss, which is the blessings received by reciting the thousand names of Shakti , Sri Lalitha Tripura Sundari.

Thus, showing how we can turn our various material and lustful filled desires in to inward blissful state of consciousness, merging of the Shakti with Shiva in us, atmarathi. There is nothing to equal this in the Vedas or Tantras. This hymn may be chanted instead of various expiatory rituals. Victory in battle is gained through the chanting. Through this hymn, the sins accrued in many births are removed. This entry was posted in Hindu Gods. Bookmark the permalink. Temple Purohit TemplePurohit.

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Therefore the Sahasranama can be chanted in stotra form, or namavali form. The Lalitha Saharanama is one of the only sahasranamas that does not repeat a single name. Generally, sahasranamas use the artifice of adding words like tu, api, ca, and hi, which are conjunctions that do not necessarily add to the meaning of the name except in cases of interpretation. The Lalita Sahasranama does not use any such auxiliary conjunctions and is unique in being an enumeration of holy names that meets the metrical, poetical and mystic requirements of a sahasranama by their order throughout the text.

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