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Thursday, September 3, 2009
Farming systems can be defined in many ways. VEDA (The Vegetarian Environmental Development Association) has defined three different farming systems according to the diet the farming system feeds - a meat-based diet, a vegetarian diet and a vegan diet; though overlap between the diets does exist.
1. The rearing of animals for slaughter provides for a milk and meat-based diet. This meat-based farming system is the presently accepted norm in most of the world, with India as a notable exception.
2. The rearing of animals for useful products and services without slaughtering the animals provides for a vegetarian diet. This farming system is that followed by Protection Farms.
3. Farm animals need not be used at all, leaving a vegan, plant-based diet. This system is presently being developed according to vegan standards.
Protection Farms utilizes all domesticated farm animals, though the main farm animal, as in most farming systems, is the cow. Presented below are comparisons between the three farming systems outlined, using the cow as an exemplar.
A table showing dietary comparisons and their implications to the farmed animals, using the cow as an exemplar.
A Meat-based Farming System
In a conventional dairy unit in the UK dairy cows are impregnated in their second year for a 300-day lactation in their third year. Their calves are separated from their mothers within the first 48 hours; unwanted calves are used for veal production or slaughtered as they are seen to be of no economic value. The dairy cow will yield an average of 20 litres/day for a 6,000 litre lactation. During this period they are impregnated again ready to give birth and another 300-day lactation, with only 2 months between drying off and birth. At an average age of 7 years old, after 5 or more lactations, yielding in its lifetime over 30,000 litres of milk, the dairy cow is sent to slaughter; usually for low-grade meat for pet food. In conventional beef suckler systems beef steers suffer another fate to the dairy cow. After castration and intensive feeding for 3 years they are then slaughtered for meat for human consumption.
The feed that is used in conventional systems is in a concentrated form to increase growth rate and milk yield. Before the BSE crisis concentrates even contained the dried powdered remains of animals, including the cow. These concentrates increase metabolic disorders, which, along with intensive stocking, leads to infirmity; this is counteracted via the proliferate use of antibiotics. The organic dairy system differs from the conventional system in a lower intensity of the system in regards to (organic) feeding and stocking. Still, all organic farms slaughter their livestock at the end of their optimal economic efficiency, though a few very fortunate farm animals may be kept as pets.
A Vegan Farming System
The vegan farming system is a livestock-less system, therefore no animals would be farmed. If the vegan system were taken to its extremes, i.e. the world ate a vegan diet, then there would be no domesticated animals, including pets. The relationship with the natural world and its animals would be one of minimal interference. The land would revert to its natural climax vegetation, e.g. forest, and the vegan diet would come from an agro-ecology of tree-based fruits and nuts, as well as field-based crops of grains and horticulture. Unless farm animals were made extinct and there was no other invasive wildlife, then competition from feral farm animals and wildlife could intensify, leading to the necessity to cull.
Notable vegan writers like Kathleen Jannaway have lent their support to a farming system with protected farm animals as a halfway house between the present system and the vegan ideal. Other vegans are more militant in their approach to Protection Farms. There are valid arguments from vegan writers concerning the need to keep animals at all, which are highly complex and polemic. One detail which will be mentioned is the need for the castration of animals. Whilst Protection Farms markets its products as "food without cruelty", it must be understood that nature itself is inherently cruel. Drawing on the Hindu concept of ahimsa, which is often quoted as non-violence but actually means minimal violence, as it is understood that non-violence is not feasible, then castration is seen as a minimalist form of violence. Castration of male offspring in farm animals is seen as essential to Protection Farms as too many fertile males would bring havoc to the farming system.
In the above extreme vegan scenario, the fact that the necessity to cull may arise raises its own dilemma. A 'fortress vegan' farming system would need to be in place and the wildlife on the other side left to its own devises. A contemporary analogy would be with the elephants in parts of Africa, where great effort is made to keep them out of farmed land, and culling is a yearly norm. In the vegan system although the animals are not domesticated and managed by humans, they would need to be managed by culling or fenced out of human crop land. To vegans this may represent minimised violence. To the vegetarian, farm animal protection may represent minimised violence. Either one has its own dilemma as nature is inherently cruel.
In India the predominantly vegan Jains support Hindu cow protection in many ways. VEDA believes the Western vegan should also support Protection Farms. The vegan diet should have its own live-stockless agriculture, but in the long run the meat-eating diet will continue to take the lives of millions of animals each year. With Protection Farms people following the vegan diet will have one form to aid the plight of the farm animal. Too many animal welfare groups are re-active to the meat and milk industry, Protection Farms offer a pro-active stance via which animal welfare standards will be pushed ever higher; Protection Farms will offer the best-practice for animal welfare, raising the benchmark for animal welfare standards.
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Wednesday, September 2, 2009
Tuesday, September 1, 2009
Malas or Rosaries
Malas (rosaries) are an integral part of puja, being used to count the mantra recited to the devata installed in image or yantra. According to Devirahasya, the classic Tantrika rosaries are made of conch- shell, pearls, rodhra (symplocos racemosa), crystal, rudraksha, tulsi (basil), rubies, gold, lotus seeds, skull bone/teeth.
One should commence by purifying oneself, doing the usual nyasas, opening the temple, and making the rosary. The number of beads may be 27, 54 or 108 -but there is always an extra bead inserted -- called the meru, so that one knows when the cycle is finished.
Breath should then be installed in the rosary. Again, according to the Devirahasya, the seer of the purification is Kalagnirudra, the metre is Anushtubh, Shmashana Bhairavi, the Night of Time, the Great Playful One adorned with Human Skulls is the devata. Hsau is the Bija, Thah is the Shakti, Hrah is the Peg, and the object is the purification of the rosary.
After installing breath, the rosary should be bathed with the appropriate pure substances (upachara).
The mantras given in Devirahasya are:
Conch: Om Shrim Shrim Om Shankhini Om Shrim Om.
Pearl: Om Hrim Hrim Om Muktamalini Shrim Shrim Svaha.
Rodhra: Om Strim Om Raudre Rodhramalini Sah Svaha.
Crystal: Om Ah Hram Hram Arkamale Hram Svaha.
Rudraksha: Om Ah Shrim Hrim Rum Rudrakshamalini Shuddha Bhava Svaha.
Tulsi: Om Shrim Om Strim Tulasi Vaishnavi Vaushad Svaha.
Ruby: Om Trom Dhum Manimale Manohare Svaha.
Gold: Om Shrim Trim Aim Klim Sauh Suvarnamale Sauh.
Lotus Seed: Om Prim Om Padma Akshamalini Hsauh Svaha.
Skull/Teeth: Hrim Shrim Klim Hram Sauh Dantamale Mundamale Prim Strim Hsauh Svaha.
After purifying the rosary with the appropriate mantra, one should then use it, using one's root mantra, and worshipping it with scent, flowers &c.
Then one should pronounce the following great mantra: Om Male Male Mahamale Sarvatattvasvarupini Caturvargastvayi Nyastastasmanme Siddhida Bhava Svaha. (Om, O Rosary, Rosary, Great Rosary, the true form of all things, place in me the Four Aims of Mankind. Give siddhi! Svaha )
One should then close the rite in the usual tantrika fashion, placing the breath in the heart again &c. When using a rosary to recite mantras, the fruit of the recitation should be given to the installed aspect in the yantra. Cycles of mantra should be 27:54:108 and more, according to will. The index finger should never be used when counting the beads, but the thumb and middle finger. The rosary should be kept safely away from others when not in use, and should never be allowed to touch the ground. If this happens, it must be reconsecrated. The same procedure should be undertaken if the string is cut. The beads should be scented with the eight great scents.
Monday, August 31, 2009
The Five Limbs (Panchanga) of BalaListen, Virachamunda, to the characteristics of jiva. It is supreme, whole, eternal, consisting of nothing, stainless. It is the ultimate atomic particle, the Natha, it is supreme Shiva, all pervading, it is above all, it is Hamsa, the soul of Shakti. It is the mind, the breath, the buddhi and the chitta, residing in the inspiration and expiration of the breath of all living beings. - Kaulajnananirnaya, VI, 4-6.
This is the first English translation of the five limbs, or panchanga, of the aspect of Goddess known as Bala Tripura. Bala means "girl", this aspect of the Red Goddess is the most highly erotic of Her three aspects, as the 1,000 names show. Bala is an adolescent woman, Tripurasundari a mother, and Tripurabhairavi a woman in whom menstruation has ceased.
Bala's root mantra is aim klim sauh and variations of this mantra are used in her daily ritual. Many tantrik devatas have manuals structured along similar lines. The devata is first visualised as residing in the heart, then later drawn out through the breath and "placed" in the yantra. On installation or invocation, various ritual accessories are offered, and the 1,000 adjectives (names) of the particular deity recited. The Devi is then drawn 'back' into one's heart, and the ritual concludes with various elements "cleaning up" the area of worship.
The five limbs of a ritual panchanga are Patala, Paddhati, Kavacha (Armour), 1,000 Names, and Stotra. The first gives the unfolding of the mantra, usually in coded form. It also describes the meditation image and the yantra of the devata, as well as various optional rites. The second limb describes the ritual worship, including worship of the avarana or attendants of the devata, which are really aspects of the god or goddess. The kavacha is an "armour" used to ward off evil and which may either be recited or written and then worn on the body. The fourth limb consists of the 1,000 names, of which there are very many sets in the tantrik literature. The fifth, the Stotra, is the hymn of praise of the ishtadevata, the tutelary devata of a tantrik sadhaka.
This particular manual comes from the Devirahasya, a large work which contains many other panchangas relating to different aspects of Shiva and Shakti.
Seated on Kailasa Summit is Bhagavan, spouse of Uma, the God with a crescent Moon as His diadem, whose eyes are Sun, Moon and Fire, wearing an elephant skin, mighty, worshipped by the Gods, bowed to by hosts of Gandharvas, mighty Yakshas, and by gods and demons.
Having recited mantra, and having read sacred texts, rising up and bowing, Bhairavi questions the Lord.
Shri Bhairavi - Lord God, Ocean of Compassion, who reveals all Agamas, by Your grace I have heard of all the Vidyas, O Sureshvara. Now I would like to hear of Bala Tripurasundari. If this can be spoken of, declare the Vidya, O God Maheshvara.
Shri Bhairava -- Listen Devi, I speak of the five Limbed Manual (Panchanga) desired by sadhakas, (which consists of) Patala, Paddhati, Armour, 1,000 Names and King of Hymns. O Mahadevi, listen one-pointedly. Parameshani, Shri Bala is the Goddess bestowing both enjoyment and Liberation.
O Mahadevi, one may give away power, dominion, house and wealth. All these may be given away, but one should never give away this thing which is the best of all. In the Kali Yuga there is no other Vidya resembling this Vidya. It is said that Shri Bala Tripura gives siddhi quickly.
It should be passed on to peaceful disciples, and to those devoted to their Guru. One should not give this Vidya to the undevoted, O Parameshvari.
I will speak of the unfolding of the mantra, yantra, prastara, meditation, and the rites of the Devi, O Maheshvari. First, Deveshi, listen to the unfolding of the Mantra which bestows all fruit. It should be carefully concealed, whoever knows it becomes successful (Siddha).
One should place "Shakti" (Sauh) at the end of 'Vagbhava" (Aim) and "Kamaraja" (Klim), ending this with Namah. O Devi, this is the eight lettered Mantra of Bala. (There are) no obstacles, or impurity or restrictions attached to it, it causes one to become a Siddha, O Mahadevi, and is the King of Mantras in the Kali Yuga.
Dakshinamurti is the Seer, Pankti is the Metre for pronunciation, the Goddess if Tripura-Bala, "Aim" is the Seed, "Sauh" the Shakti. "Klim" is the linchpin. Its application is towards Dharma, Artha, Kama and Moksha.
One should do (six fold) Nyasa on the head, on the mouth, in the heart, on the feet, on the navel lotus and in all the limbs, O Devi.
One should do Nyasa according to the rules doing Seer, Hand and Limb nyasa, using the bijas of the mantra, O Maheshvari.
Now I speak of Her meditation, advantageous for all sadhakas:
I meditate on Bala, clothed in red, with a digit of the Moon as Her ornament, effulgent as the rising sun, with three eyes, holding a book and a rosary, showing the gestures of removing fear and giving, seated on a red lotus.
Having meditated in this way one should repeat the mantra which gives success. A pure sadhaka should prepare (the mantra by reciting it) 300,000 times.
Now I speak of the unfolding of the Yantra of Mahadevi, the Giver of both Enjoyment and Liberation, which is very hard to get to know of for any sadhaka.
Bindu, triangle, eight triangles, eight petals, adorned with three circles and enclosed in an earthsquare. This circle of Bala (and Her attendants) is the Destroyer of Pain, O Mountain-Born One!
One should worship the Shaktis of the pedestal when inscribing the Yantra. The pedestal Shaktis are Will (Iccha), Knowledge (Jnana), Action (Kriya), Lotus-Girl (Kamini), Giver of Sexuality (Kamadayini), Sexual Pleasure (Rati), Loving the Bliss of Sexual Pleasure (Ratipriyananda), and Mind-Born (Manonmani) lastly. One should place these Shaktis round the pedestal using the mantra "Vyoma Parvata Tartiya Sadashiva Mahapadam Pitha Padmasanaya Namah". This is the pedestal Mantra. Having put, in order, these 16 syllables around the image (Yantra) one should recite the root mantra.
One should invoke Devi and worship Her with the ritual accessories according to the rules. Having invoked the desired Devi in the centre of the yoni, one should worship in the triangle, in a similar way Sexual Love (Rati) on the left, Pleasure (Priti) on the right, and Mind-Born (Manobhava) at the apex. One should worship the six Limbs inside the yoni (i.e. central triangle) starting from the South East.
Outside the central yoni one should worship, from the East, in a clockwise direction, the Arrow-Devis. In the eight yoni-triangles one should worship the eight Shaktis called Beautiful Bhaga (Bhaga=female sexual organ), Bhaga, Nectar of Bhaga, Bhaga adorned with Flowers, Primordial Sexual Pleasure, The Flower of Sex, the Girdle of Sex, the Bliss of Sexual Love - these are the eight Shaktis.
In the filaments of the lotus one should worship Brahmi and so forth, and in the petals themselves the (eight) Bhairavas. One should also worship, in the petal tips, from the East in a clockwise direction, the Sacred Sites called Kamarupa, Malaya, Kaulagiri, Cauhara, Kulantaka, Jalandhara and Oddyana -- the eighth being Devikuta.
In the bhupura one should worship in the cardinal directions Heruka, Tripurantaka, Vetala, Agnijihva, Kalantaka, Kapalini, Ekapada, Bhimarupa, Mala and Hatakeshvara. (Also) in the directions one should worship Indra and the others with the (various) weapons.
Outside of this, in the directions, one should worship Vatuka, the Yoginis, Kshetrapala and Ganesha. In the intermediate points one should worship the (eight) Vasus, the Sun, and Shiva. One should worship all the elements and then the weapons.
First of all one should meditate on Bala in the embrace of Kameshvara in the centre; A Kaula should worship using the five makaras according to the rules of Kaulachara.
The sadhaka skilled in the mantra should worship Mahadevi in the bindu (of the yantra) with scent, unhusked rice, flowers, incense, flame and liquid oblation. This is called Layanga.
Listen to the rituals, O Parvati. Whosoever skilled in mantra who does this gains a share of success swiftly, it is certain. The (eight rites) are Paralysing, Deluding, Killing, Attracting, Subjugating, Driving Away, Peace Making and Healing.
This sadhana is the Quintessence, invisible, Dear One. One should not give this to those undevoted to Devi, and should keep it concealed and secret from pashus.
(1) On the first day of the Waxing Moon, Devi, having bathed and done the daily rite, one should go to a deserted place at midday. There one should do sacrifice by a 10th part using ghee, curd and so forth. One should do oblation to the Goddess, then immediately one is free to paralyse, this is certain.
(2) At dusk, in the cremation ground, one should recite (the mantra) on a seat made of owl feathers. One should do much sacrifice and by a tenth part of this give ghee, wine, grain, shoots and lotus seeds. Then one may delude the world.
(3) Having gone in the morning or at night to the place of Ghosts and Elementals (Cremation Ground), the mighty Hero should recite the Vidya of 16 letters in front of a cremation pyre. The mantrin should do much sacrifice of ghee, fragrant gums and hairs of chandalas in the burning funeral pyre. (In this way) one kills an enemy.
(4) On an eighth day of the Bright Fortnight the sadhaka should recite (the mantra) in secret. Having recited a myriad times using the root Vidya, and having meditated, O Charming One, one should do sacrifice of a 10th part giving ghee, lac, flowers, menstrual blood, wheat and bamboo shoots. (Then) one may attract women.
(5) Dearest, on a ninth day the ritualist, having bathed and done the daily rite, should offer much ghee, fish, eggs, lotus, pearls, and hair of deer. Doing sacrifice in this way, O Lady of Heroes, one is able to make people slaves.
(6) On the fourth Lunar Day of a Dark Fortnight one should recite the mantra at the arising of the Moon, Dearest. On a riverbank, seated in Shirsha Asana, the Hero should recite the mantra many times. One should sacrifice a 10th part of this, giving ghee, blue lotus, cloves, black pepper and tamarind. Then one may cause an enemy to flee.
(7) On a fifth night, O Deveshi, one should recite the mantra a myriad times. One should sacrifice a 10th of that and should offer ghee, fish, sugar cane and camphor - thus one may calm down great disputes, wars and adversities.
(8) On a great eighth day (of the dark Lunar fortnight) a person1 having bathed, should do sadhana on the best of pedestals. The hero should recite (the mantra) 10,000 times and should sacrifice a 10th part of that, giving ghee, camphor, grapes, many betel leaves, goat flesh and blood. Then one causes healing to occur.
This thing which is secret is the form of all, my very Self, O Deveshi, Secret. One should conceal it in the Kali Yuga. On Sundays etc. one should recite the mantra 10,000 times. Then one becomes Siddha, there should be no doubt about this! This celestial chapter is revealed because of Your love. Hide it! It should be concealed, hide it as You would conceal Your own yoni.
Shri Bala Paddhati
Now I will declare the Paddhati in its spoken form - the essence of Shri Bala Tripureshvari, the Giver of Happiness. Having done morning acts those who are devoted should worship Devi. This puja is fruitless for those impure at the Three (Twilights).
Extending from the base of the spine to the top of the head, like a lotus stem, a brilliant, white, slender thread, one should meditate on Devi, Giver of Subjugation, Great Good Fortune and Eloquence; as surrounded by a swarm of black bees; with braided hair garlanded with flowers; with a face marked with a jewel as her forehead mark; her mouth sweetly smiling, wearing a beautiful diadem; her head adorned with pearls and diamonds; with a slender crescent Moon as crest gem; her three bright eyes effulgent as a swarm of sapphire bees; with jewelled coiled earrings, the chief of which is as bright as the Sun: ornamented with shining pearls and gems of dazzling appearance; around her throat a necklace like a line of bees, beautiful and bedazzling, surpassing nectar in its beauty; adorned with beautiful and resplendent garments like the white water of the Ganga in flood; beautiful, sinuous graceful limbs, scented and sweet like creeping vines; covered in gold and by other precious metals, and by glistening jewels, glittering and bright; her beautiful feet and toes like red lotuses with their petals; as bright as the circle of the starry realm (Nakshatras); adorned with pearl-like blossoms; with her lower left hand holding a book and her upper right hand dispelling the fears of sadhakas; in her two right hands holding a rosary and bestowing boons; She herself being of the dazzling whiteness of snow, milk or the Moon; gracious and charming.
Armour of Shri Bala Tripurasundari
Shri Bhairavi said - Devadeva, Mahadeva, expander of devotees who please You, the Armour of Devi is hidden. Speak of this to Me!
Shri Bhairava -- Listen Devi, I speak of the Armour difficult to get even for gods. One should never reveal this high secret, which gives the wished for siddhi to a sadhaka. The Seer of the Armour is Dakshinamurti. Pankti is the Metre. The Devi is Tripurasundari. Its application in puja is the four aims of Mankind. She wears a pearl diadem, coiled earrings, armlets, a necklace of gems; pearl finger rings; effulgent bracelets and other jewels; a golden hip girdle, glittering anklets; her navel is adorned with a ruby, and she has a bracelet of shells, with a Kala of the Moon on her forehead. She holds a noose, a goad, a book and a rosary in her upper hands and the other hands.
May the Vagbhava Aim protect my head, and the Kamaraja Klim my heart! May the Shakti Bija Sauh protect me in my navel, genitals and feet!
May Aim Klim Sauh protect my face, and Bala shield me in my siddhi! May Ha Sa Ka La Hrim Sauh Bhairavi shield my throat, and may Sa Ka La Sundari shield me in the region of the navel!
May Mahatripurasundari shield my brow, and the point between my eyes! Subhaga protect my forehead! Bhaga shield my throat! Bhagodevi protect my heart! Bhagasarpini, shield my belly!
Bhagamala, shield my navel! Manobhava, protect my penis! May the auspicious Lady, the Queen of Queens, the Mahadevi, shield my anus!
Mother of the Cosmos (Jagad Ambika), form of Consciousness, protect my feet! Narayani, protect me at night! Shubhankari shield me in all my actions!
May Brahmani protect me in the East, and Vaishnavi in the South! May Varahi protect me in the West, and Maheshvari in the North! May Kaumari protect me in the South East, and Mahalakshmi in the South West! May Chamunda protect me in the North West, and Indrani in the North East!
Mahamaya, protect me in Water! Sarvamangala, shield me in Earth! Varada, protect me in Aether! Bhuvaneshvari, protect me everywhere!
This Armour is called "Names of the Goddess" and is hard to obtain! The pure person with concentrated mind should arise and recite it at dawn.
Whoever does it knows no fear or disease. Nor is he afraid of death or anxious about sin. He is never poor, nor is he vanquished by death. He dwells in the realm of Shiva, O Devi. I say to You that this is most certainly true.
O Auspicious One, whosoever should recite this Armour having not been initiated into Shri Vidya gains no fruit, but is struck by lightning.
The 1,000 Names of Bala
Shri Devi - Shri Natha Shankara, Bliss-Maker, speak! O Lord God, how may one obtain the yoga-power of full devotion, O Ocean of Wine 1 If You have compassion for Me Shambhu, reveal that which is well-hidden!
Shri Bhairava -- By devotion to Shakti one comes to know the entire vermilion ocean of Bliss, the hidden essence of Bala. Dear One, I will speak to You of Her 1,000 Names. One should well hide it, O One with Thighs like Plantain Stems, it is revealed out of deep and amorous affection for You. Whoever meditates on how Devi is hymned immediately gains the whole mass of happiness, and is the cause of Knowledge.
(Of this 1,000 Name-Hymn of Shri Bala Sundari, Bhargava is the Seer, Anushtubh is the Metre, Shri Bala Tripura is the Devata. Aim is the Seed, Sauh is the Shakti, Klim the linchpin. The application by reading it are the four aims of Mankind.
Rishi Nyasa :Hail to Bhargava the Seer on the head; Hail to Anushtubh the Metre on the mouth; Hail to Shri Bala the Devata in the heart; Hail to the Seed Aim in the genitals; Hail to the Shakti Sauh on the feet; Hail to the Linchpin Klim on the navel; Hail to the Application on all the limbs.
Aim hail to the thumbs; Klim obeisance to the index fingers; Sauh hail to the middle fingers; Aim hail to the ring fingers; Klim hail to the little fingers; Sauh to the front and backs of the hands hail Thus the heart and other Nyasa are related. Meditation-)
Wearing red clothes, with a Kala of the Moon as Her ornament, effulgent as the rising Sun, holding Book and Rosary, bestowing boons and banishing fears, I meditate on Bala on the Red Lotus.
Pleasing and Supremely Blissful Vermilion One. Ultimate Treasure of the Path of Devotion. Deep Left Thing. Manifestation of the Elements. Shankari. Shiva.
Boon Giver of Erotic Form. Essence. Auspicious Sphere of Action. Ocean of Ultimate Bliss. Passionate. Actress. Graceful One.
Kala of Sexual Play the Colour of Blossom. Dalliance. Absolute. Kala.
Suitable Essence. Creeper Granting All Wishes. Eager-Goddess. Playing with Love's Arrow. Truly Affectionate. Lovely Sweet Form.
Effulgent as 10,000,000 Suns. Cool as 10,000,000 Moons. Arrow Limbed One Shedding Nectar. Means by which Heaven is Attained.
Gazelle Eyed. Charming. Walking Beautifully. Happy and Peaceful One. Empress. Queen. Worshipped by Mahendra.
Lady Moving in the Cosmos. Ultimate Mover in the Cosmos. With Dishevelled Clothing. Irresistible Shakti. With Tinkling Golden Anklets.
With Breasts like the Paradise Tree on Mount Meru. Bearing Goad and Noose as Weapons and Giving Boons. Holding Arrows and Sugar Cane Bow in Her Two Beautiful Hands,
Face like the Disc of the Moon. With a Beautiful Crest Gem like a Little Moon. Having a Vermilion Forehead Mark. Her Lovely Braided Hair adorned with Flowers.
Rejoicing in a Garland of Coral Tree Blossoms. Adorned with a Garland of Gems. Fond of Gold Ornaments. Having a Beautiful Pearl Necklace.
Her Mouth is Full of Tambula. Her Mind is Filled with Sexual Bliss. Pleasing and Happy. Essence of Passion. Supremely Compassionate. Lady of Treasure.
An Effulgent Gem sits between Her Breasts. Intoxicated with Wine-Essence. Having a Mantra which is the Self of Bindu and Nada. Form of the Fourth.
The Lovely Giver of Happiness. Shankari. Fond of Blossoms. The Universe. Complete. Dweller in the Purna Pitha.
Rajyalakshmi. Shri Lakshmi. Mahalakshmi. Beautiful Queen. Santoshima. Excellence. Gold Vessel. Light.
All-complete. Supporter of the Cosmos. Creatrix. Increasor of Strength. Magnificence of all Earthly Kings. Mother Ruling All.
Lotus-Eyed One. One Gazing Long. Clear Eyed One. Flow of Love. Taste.  Chief One. Essence Body.
Vermilion Essence. Moving Gracefully. Colour of Pollen. Mad with Bliss in Sexual Intercourse. Inmost Quality. Self of Shakti.
Eyes Full of Love. Charming. Goddess of Love. Lovely Bhaga (Female Genitals). Beautiful Bhaga. Taking Pleasure. To be Enjoyed. Giver of Fortune. Lovely. Bhaga.
Kala of the Bliss of Yoni and Linga. Dwelling in the centre of the Bhaga. Form of Bhaga. Consisting of Bhaga. Bhaga Yantra. Highest Bhaga.
Yoni Mudra. Kamakala. Essence of Kula Nectar. Fire of the Kula Kunda. Subtle. Jivatma. Form of the Linga. Root Cause. Root Form. True Form of Root Action. Longing For It. Lotus-Bliss. Self Dissolved in Consciousness Meditation. Beneficent.
White and Red. Form of Bindu. Yoni which is the Sound of Knowledge. Sound of 10,000,000 Bells. Humming One. The Marvellous Risen Disc of the Sun. Dissolved in Sound. Completely Full. Place of Fullness. Many-Bodied.
Golden Music. Hereditary Music. Sound of the Drum. Garland of Letters. Siddhi-Kala. Dwelling in the Six Chakras. Sexually Playing in the Muladhara. Svadisthana. Dwelling in the fourth.
Situated in the Manipura. Loved. Essence of the Tortoise Chakra. Like a Flame
in the Anahata. Made of Gems.
Vishuddha. Pure Sound. Residing in the Awakened Being. Song. Situated in the Ajna Lotus. Emanatrix. Skilful. Triple Circle.
Little Moon. Splendid as 10,000,000 Moons. Shining like 10,000,000 Suns. Shadow of the Ruby Red Lotus. Consisting of Eternity and Joy. Shining.
Auspicious Liquor. Very Beloved. Still and Joyful Nectar. Charming Limbed One Rejoicing in Intercourse. Having Sweet Nectar.
Seated on a Great Pedestal. Satisfied. Wild. Beautiful in Bearing. Drenched in a Shower of Nectar. Expanding Ocean of Redness.
Very Red. Fond of Moistness. Wearing Innumerable Earrings and Removing Fear.  Excellent Oral Lore. Encircled by Countless Flowers and Fruit.
Dear. Auspicious. Beloved of Shiva. Shankari. Shambhavi. Powerful. Self Created. Beloved of the Self. Partner. One's Own. Mother Matrika.
Vowel-Being. Refuge. Chaste. Highest Being and Origin of Wine. Fortunate Gladdener. Respected. Devoted to All Good Fortune.
Lucky. Slender Thread. Maiden. Bright as a Fragment of a Half Moon. Beautiful Slender Creeper. Dear One. Wicked Deed. Evil Spell.
Gazelle Eyed. Excited Eyed. Sharp. Intoxicated with Wine Nectar. Delighted by Intoxicating Liquor. Beauteous as Madira Wine.
Pleased by Kadamba Wine. Handsome. Delighted. Rejoicing in Sideways Glances. One with Slowly Turned Down Eyes Gazing Long and Sweetly. Destroyer of the Family of Demons. Radiant Nectar of Sexual Desire. Suvasini. One with Rounded Body. One With Breasts Heavy with Milk.
Truly Beautiful. With Teeth Like Little Pearls. With a Halo. Radiant Mouth. Her Lips Like Tender Shoots. Her Nose Like the Tip of a Til Blossom. Her Forehead Shining Like Gold. With a Face like the Full Moon. With a Young Moon as Her Shining Diadem.
Her Lively Eyes Smeared with Orpiment. Her Ears Like Blossoming Flowers. Each Ear like Half a Leaf and resembling a New Moon. With the Sun as a Gem in Her Diadem.
Her Gold Earrings Studded with Gems. With Coiled and Begemmed Earrings. Very Beautiful Cheeks. With a Shell-Like Neck. Wearing Alluring Gems.
Wearing a Pearl Necklace which is Like the Ganges in Flood and Her Voice Like a Bird. Her Limbs Extending Like Many Lotus Roots. Carrying Noose, Goad and Bow. With Bracelets Entwined Round Her Clothes. Adorned with Various Beautiful Jewels. Her Lotus Hands the Colour of Copper and Her Lovely Nails Shining like Gems.
Her Fingers Adorned with Jewels with Beautiful Lines between Her Fingers. Her Two Beautiful Breasts Like the Mandara Tree. The Hair of Her Pubic Region like a Line of Serpents. Her Womanly Deep Navel Encircled by Three Lines. Very Slender of Waist.
Wearing a Breast Plate for Battle. Wearing a Beautiful Waist Cloth. Her Buttocks Like the Brows of an Elephant. Her Two Thighs Close Together Like the Cheeks of an Elephant. Her Beautiful Knees and Legs like Unworldly and Bright Paradise Trees.
With Hidden Ankles. Her Anklets Adorned with Gems and Making a Charming Ringing Sound. Her Two Feet Meditated on by Yogis. Ocean of Wine Nectar.
Vermilion Ocean. With a Vermilion Forehead Mark. Adorned with Dishevelled Hair. Perfect Nectar. Truly Wise. Intelligent. Most Beautiful of Divinities.
Like a Row of Scarlet Rays From a Dawn Sun. Beloved Cow of Heaven. Padmini of the Essence of Nectar. Stream of Rasa.
The Beautiful and Ever-present Boon Giving One. Autumnal. Giving True Fortune. Dear to Nataraja. Cosmic Dancer. Male and Female Dancer.
Brightly Coloured Yantra. Web of Consciousness. Knowledge Vine. Chief Thing. Dwelling in the Forehead. five-Sectioned One. Panchami.
four-Sectioned One. Tripartite Primordial One. Six-Sectioned One. Worshipped in the Vedas. Having 16 Sections. The Fourth. Supreme Kala. Shodashi. Goddess of Mantra and Yantra. Meru Circle.
Sixteen Lettered One. Three Lettered One. True Form of Bindu Nada.
Above the Letters. Mother of the Letters. Great Happiness Who is the Absolute as Sound. Consciousness Vine. Being with Sections. Kameshi. To Be Seen in Dream.
Goddess of Dream. Goddess of Awakened Intelligence. Refuge of the Watchful in the Waking State. Abode of Dream. Deep Sleep. Free from Idleness. Spring Creeper of Fragrant White Flowers (Madhavi).
Lopamudra. Queen of Kama. Daughter of Man. Worshipped by Lords of Wealth. Shakambhari. Nandi Vidya. Garland of Light Emanating Blossoms.
Mahendri. Served in Heaven. Oral Lore. Refuge of the Best Sadhakas. Chaste. Truly Good. Siddhi Cave.
Lady of the Three Cities. Worshipped by Conquerors of Cities. City Devata. Satisfied Destructrix of Obstacles. Without Qualities. Worshipped by the Celestial Cow.
Golden Mother. Lady of Hosts. Secret Mother. With Beautiful Buttocks. Giving Birth to All. Liberation. Initiation. Initiated Matrika.
Mother of Sadhakas. Mother of Siddhas. Most Powerful Wizardess. Deluding the Mind. Youthful and Intoxicated. Exalted. Her Beautiful Buttocks Swaying Slowly.
Dwelling in the Red and Blue Lotus. Smeared with Red and Adorned with Red Gems. Wearing a Pure Red Rosary. With a Very Beautiful Peacock Feather Crest aim. Satisfied by Kings. Waving Peacock Plumes. Perfume Diffusing in the Cosmos. Earth. Fragrance. Giver of Sexual Love. Beloved. Giving Success in Love to Those Seeking Love.
Nandini. Lakshanavati. Devata Resorted to by (Rishi) Vasishta. Devi of Goloka. (400] Protectress of Shri Goloka and all the Worlds. Giver of the Fruits of Sacrifice. Mother of the Gods. Giving Boons to Gods.
Partner of Rudra. Auspicious Mother. Wide Expanse of the Ocean of Nectar.
Dakshina. Form of Sacrifice. True Maiden. Rejoicing in Resolution. Dwelling in the Ocean Full of Milk. Pure Yoni. Beautiful Eyed. Dwelling in Beauty. Truly Served. Dissolved in Beautiful Scents. True in Actions. Beautiful Tripura. With Beautiful Breasts. With the Breasts of a Young Maiden.
Menstruating Girl. Showing Her Menses. Colourful One. With a Bright Garland. Liking Red. Very Red. True Form of Love Making. Mother of Menses and Semen. Intent on Sex Play. Coming in Love Making.
Cry of Orgasm. Self of all Love Play. Life of the Gods. Bliss of Svayambhu Menses. Fond of Svayambhu Menses. Pleased and Satisfied by Svayambhu Menses. Cause of Creation of the Beautiful Svayambhu Menses. Place of Svayambhu Menses. Shakti Hole. All Love Dalliance is Her True and Sacred Pedestal.
Very Inner Whore. Duti. Artful. Pleased by Worship. Kullika. Dwelling in a Yantra. Dwelling in a Yoga Pedestal. With Beautiful Body. Form of the Quintessence. Having All Characteristics.
Wearing Various Beautiful Jewels. Worshipped With Five Arrows. Residing in the Upper Trikona. Bala. Kameshvari.
Worshipped by Hosts. Worshipped by Kulas. Lakshmi. Sarasvati. Pleased by Spring. Beloved. Having Gems on Her Breasts.
Bearing a Kala on Her Head. Her Feet Causing Growth. Residing in Kalas. Fond of Flowers. Wearing Flowers. Deludress of Love.
Intoxicated with Sexual Desire. Mohini. Kalas of the Moon. Shoshini. Vashini. Rajini. Subhaga. Bhaga. Pusha. Vasha. Sumana. Rati. Priti. Dhriti. Riddhi. Benefic. With a Garland of Rays. With Parts.
Moon. True Shadow. Rising Full Moon. Satisfied. Full Amrita. Dwelling in the Female Sex Organ Yantra.
Residing in the Linga Yantra.  Body of Shambhu. Yogini of Sexual Intercourse. Wine Goddess. Body of Bija. Steady. Dear to Sadhakas.
Self of the King of Bija. Giver of Dominion and Happiness. Giver of Desires. Shakti of Menses and Semen. Knower of Shiva' s Semen. All Nectar. Consisting of Nectar. Consisting of Shiva and Shakti. Lady.
Dwelling in the Bliss of Love Making. The Matrika Fond of Love Making. Bliss of the Flowers of Sexual Intercourse. Lovemaking. Expander of Yoga. State of Happiness in Sexual Intercourse. Served by Unified Consciousness-Bliss.
True Form of the Substances Used in Offering and Giver of Success in Worship. Samarasya. Supreme One Female Form Fond of Love-Making.
Messenger of Knowledge. Accessible to Knowledge. Origin of Knowledge. Abode of Shiva. Consciousness- Kala. Knowledge With All its Parts. True Kula. Beautiful Self of Kula.
Four Kalas. Very Subtle Lotus Girl (Padmini). Supreme Being. Dwelling in the Play of Hamsa. Shadowy One. Emanatrix of the Two Parts of Hamsa.
Free from Passion. Liberation Kala. Supreme Being Indwelling in Kalas. Very Self Situated in Vidya Kala. Dweller in the Four Kalas. The Vidya Making All Content. Pleased One. The Light of the Supreme Absolute. The Supreme Paramatma. Dissolved in Things. The Fourfold Shakti.
The Diffusion of Shanta and Bodha Kalas. The Kala and Inner Essence of the Highest Knowledge. Pashyanti. Supreme Quintessence. The Inner Atma without Parts Known as Akula.
Madhyama. Vaikhari. The Bliss of Atma Kala. Dweller in Kalas. Tarini. Swift One (Tarani). Tara. Knower of the Inner Core Dissolved in the Shiva Linga.
Mover in the Ultimate Good. Delighting in the Bliss of the Absolute. Intoxicated with Rasa. Highest Rasa. Successful. Fond of Success. Uma.
Fond of All Castes. Increasor of the Bliss of Yogis and Yoginis. Bestower of the Heroic Frame of Mind. Celestial One. Giver of True Heroism to Heroes.
Great Giver of the Heroic Mood to Pashus. One Whose Head is Bathed. Queen Shri. The Ultimate Matrika of Warriors.
Skilled in Sword and Missile. Grace. Essence Place. Enlivening in Battle. Victorious. Yogini. Pilgrimage. Crusher of Great Armies. Full.  Goddess of Wealth. Wealth. Provided with Great Hoards of Treasure.
Dwelling in Heaps of Gems. Jewel. Abiding in Necklaces of Gems. Mahishi. Worshipped by Kings. With Hosts. Bearing Hosts. Creatrix. Prostitute. Attainable by Yoga. Mallasena. Female Foot Soldier. Battle Array. Brave in Love. Banner. Dwelling in the Banner.
Beautiful Parasol. Little Mother. Mother (Amba). Fragrant. Moving in sadhana. Acting like Kings Act. Consisting of Brahmins and Kshatriyas. Dwelling in Moon and Sun. Fond of Her Priests. Chaste One. Brahmin Girl. Multitude of Sacrifices.
Supreme Wine of the Moon. Origin of All. Burning One. Patient One. Opposing Evil. Bearer of All. Creatrix of All. Origin. Moving in Eternity. Gayatri. Attainable by Knowledge. Initiated. Giving the Wished For Goal.
Dwelling in the Cosmos Like Jewelled Rays. Life of the Universe. Giver of Success in the Field. Augmentor of All. Little Usurer.
Support of Kula. One who Extends Herself Beautifully. Mind's Delusion. Refuge. Pure. Dwelling in the Twice Born. Doer of Actions. Worshipped in Festivals.
Going Under Various Guises. Bala. Wanton. Consisting of Kalas. With Beautiful Ears. Highest of All. Freer from Difficulties.
Durga. Staying in the Vindhya Forest. Beloved of the God of Love. Pacifier. Black One. Protectress. Intoxicated with Rasa.
Appeaser of Those Fallen From the Three Rules of Conduct. Bestower of Complete Happiness. Little Moon of the Cosmic Pleasure Garden. Giver of Happiness to the Multitude of Siddhas. Worshipped by Hosts of Yoginis.
Body of the Sixteen Nityas. Kameshi. Bhagamalini. Nityaklinna. Bherunda. Vahni-Mandala-Vasini. Mahavidyeshvari Nitya. Shiva Duti.
Tvarita. Kula Sundari. Nitya. Nilapataka. Vijaya. Sarvamangala. Jvalamala.  Vichitra. Mahatripurasundari.
Host of Gurus. Supreme Guru. Lady Prakashananda. Form of Shivanandanath. True Form of Shaktyanandanath. Consisting of Devi-Anandanath. Lady Kaulesha Anandanath. Form of the Divyaugha. Lady Samaya Anandanath. Lady Shukla Devi Ananda Nath. Kulesha Ananda Nathini.
Body of Klinnanga Ananda (Nath). Samaya Ananda Nathini. Consisting of Veda Ananda Nath. Sahaja Ananda Nathini.
Body of the Siddha Augha. Body of the Highest Guru. Gagana Ananda (Nathini). Vishva Ananda Nathini. Vimala Ananda Nathini. Madana Ananda Nathini. Primordial Lady of the Worlds. Primordial Playful One. Nandana Ananda Nathini. Body of Sva Atma Ananda. Priya Ananda Nathini.
Self of the Manava Augha Gurus. Lady of the Gurus of the Gurus. Ultimate Secret. Guru Shakti. Fond of Those Who Sing the Praises of Their Own Guru. Known as Bewilderer of the Three Worlds. All Encompassing and Complete One.
All-Bewildering One. Residing in the Eastern Amnaya. Shiva-Shakti. Auspicious (Shiva) Shakti. Dwelling in Three Shiva Chakras. Known as the Giver of All Great Good Fortune. Giver of All Desires to Sadhakas. Called the All Protecting One. Devata of the Southern Amnaya.
Dwelling in the Centre of the Disc of the Sun. Devata of the Western Amnaya. Creating and Indwelling the Nine Chakras. Devata of the Northern Amnaya. Worshipped by Kubera. Origin of Kula. Residing in the Exalted Kula Amnaya.
Making and Dwelling in the Bindu Chakra. Lady of the Central Lion Throne.
Shri Vidya. Mahalakshmi. Lakshmi. Self of the Three Shaktis. Lakshmi Giving All Dominion. Pancha Lakshmi. Shrividya. Supreme Light Source. Supreme Shambhavi Without Parts. Matrika. Panchakoshi. Shrividya Tvarita.
Parijateshvari. Trikuta. Panchabaneshi. Panchakalpalata. Pancha Vidya. Source of Amrita. Wine. Lovely Lady. Annapurna. Cow of Plenty. Shri Vidya. Siddha Lakshmi. Matangi. Bhuvaneshvari. Varahi. Pancharatneshvari. One Who Dwells in the Letters of Matrika. Supreme Effulgence. In the Form of All Words. Aindri. Desire.
Own Lady. Vision of Shakti. Seed of the Sun. Having the Body of Brahma. Having the Body of Shiva. Having the Body of Vishnu. Residing in the Wheel of Creation. Having the Body of the Sun. Dissolved in the Chakra of Places. Having the Body of Mercury. Mahatripurasundari.
True Form of Tattva and Mudra. Pleasant One.  Knowledge Mudra. Satisfied by All Ritual Accessories. Dwelling in the Heart. Divinity of the Head. Divinity of the Top of the Head. The Absolute. With Amorous Three Eyes.
Dwelling in the Missile. Four Square One. Dwelling at the Doors. Dwelling in Each Door. Anima in the West. Laghima in the North. Mahima in the East. Ishitva Divinity of the Southern Door. Vashitva in the North West. Prakamya in the North East. Bhukti in the South East. Iccha in the South West.
Brahmi. Maheshvari. Kaumari. Vaishnavi. Varahi. Aindri. Chamunda. Mahalakshmi. Dwelling in the Ten Parts.
Kshobhini. Dravini Mudra. Akarshana. Unmadana. Mahankusha. Khechari. Bija. Yoni Mudra.
Dwelling in the Sarvashapura Chakra. Cause of Successful Siddhi. Kamakarshini Shakti. Buddhi Akarshana. Ahankara Karshini. Shabda Akarshana. Sparsha Akarshana. Rupa Akarshana. Rasa Akarshana. Gandha Akarshana. Chitta Akarshana. Dhairya Akarshana. Smritya Akarshana. Bija Akarshana. Amrita Akarshini. Nama Akarshini. Sharira Akarshinidevi. Atma Akarshana. Form of the Sixteen Vowels. Temple of the Flow of Nectar. Tripureshi. Form of Siddha. Dwelling in the Sixteen Petals.
Queen of the All Agitating Chakra. Lady of the Guptatara Shaktis. Ananga Kusuma Shakti. Ananga Kati Mekhala. Ananga Madana. Ananga Madanatura. Ananga Rekha. Ananga Vega. Anangankusha. Ananga Malini. Shakti of the Eight Divisions of the Alphabet.
Making and Dwelling in the Eight Petals. Shrimat Tripurasundari. Giver of all Happiness & Dominion. Lady giving Great Good Fortune. Lady of the Sampradaya. Cause of All Agitation. Causing All to Flee. Attractor of All. Shakti Gladdening All. Shakti causing Crushing. Shakti causing all Paralysis. Shakti causing All Delusion. Shakti causing All Subjugation. Shakti who gives Colour to All and Everything. Shakti causing Sexual Awakening. Shakti giving the Fruit of All Desires. Shakti giving All Wealth. Shakti consisting of Mantra. Shakti causing the Dualities to Disappear. 
Siddhi-Tripura-Vasini. Lady giving All Desires to a Sadhaka. Lady giving the Fruit of All Actions. Lady of the 14 Angle Chakra. Devi giving All Siddhi. Giver of All Prosperity. Shakti Beloved of All. Cause of All Good Fortune.
Full of All Sexual Desire. Liberator from All Sorrow. Alleviator of All Death. Destructress of All Obstacles. Devi Beautiful in All Limbs. Giver of All Great Good Fortune.
Tripureshi. Giver of All Siddhi. Dwelling in the 10 Triangles. Lady Bestowing All Protection. Nigarbha Yogini. Knowing All. Shaktii of All. Giver of All Dominion. Devi Consisting of All Knowledge. Destroyer of All Ailments. True Form of All Adharas. Destroyer of All Evil. Devi made of All Bliss. True Form of All Protection. Mahima Shakti Devi.
Devi Giving All. Lady Residing in the Inner 10 Angles. Devi Tripura Malini. Lady Destroying All Disease. Rahasya Yogini. Vagdevi. Vashini. Devi Kameshvari. Modini. Vimala. Aruna. Jayini. Sarveshvari. Kaulini. Giver of Siddhi in the eight Angles.
Lady who gives All Love. Parapararahasya. Dweller in the Square & Trikona. Self of All Dominion Who consists of the Weapons. Kameshvari Arrow Form. Kameshi Bow Form. Kameshi Noose Form. Kameshi Goad Form.
Kameshvari the Indra Shakti. Residing in the Sphere of Fire. Presiding Devi of Kamagiri. Going in the Lowermost Angle of the Triangle.
Lady Dwelling in the Rightmost Angle. Vishnu Shakti at Jalandhara. Residing in the Sphere of the Sun. Rudra Shakti in the Leftmost Angle. Brahma Shakti in the Sphere of the Moon. Anuragini Dwelling at Purnagiri. Auspicious Lady of the Sphere of the Triangle. Tripura-Atma-Maheshvari.
Lady Residing in the Sphere of All Bliss. Secret One Dwelling in the Bindu. Supreme True Form of the Absolute. Mahatripurasundari. Dwelling Within All Chakras. Chief of the Whole of the Chakras. Lady of All Chakras. Lady of All Mantras. Lady of All Vidyas. Lady of All Speech. All Yogeshvari. Undivided Lady holding Dominion over All Pithas. Sarva-Kameshvari. Lady of All Tattvas and Dominions. Shakti. Shakti with Eyes Intoxicated with Bliss. Without Duality. Womb of the Dualities.
Unextended in the Cosmos. Mahamaya. Extended in the Cosmos. Dweller in Herself. Supporter of All Manifestation in the Cosmos. Ultimate Bliss Sundari. [1,000]
Thus the celestial cause of Supreme Bliss has been declared, the Salt Vermilion Waves of Bala giving all satisfaction. O Parvati, of all sets of 1,000 names in the tantras, this is the quintessence.
Dearest, this hymn may be recited at all times, at night, and during puja in the morning. When Bala, the Giver of All Dominion and Happiness, is pleased, She bestows jewels of various kinds, wealth, and (answers all) requests. O Parameshvari, She bestows whatever desires a person has, and sons and daughters are born if one wishes it.
Enemies are destroyed, ailments are alleviated. If in a difficult situation, things are eased, medicines are bestowed on one. This bestows beautiful palaces, pictures, and all dominion. For a person, agriculture bestows rich harvests, and the heavenly cow seems to dwell for him on earth. His country prospers, and his state is not afflicted with calamities. Great elephants shower him with streams of nectar.
He dwells happily in palaces, surrounded by gems and horses. His offspring become rulers, free from strife, ministers of the king. Those known to him please him, he becomes noble and very beautiful, wealthy, always in a good position, alluring. Spoken speech and verse musically flow from him, like the Ganges in flood. He becomes able to expound the various meanings of various verses, becoming skilled in the entire essence of all, successful, his speech like gracious blossoms.
Shastras unknown to him are constantly revealed. Those with faults who would attack him become fearful, they sing adoringly of him, like slaves before a king. Swords and missiles hurt not his limbs. Women of all classes become completely subjugated by him. Poison becomes like wine-nectar for him. The host of opponents are paralysed, and his enemy crushed, if the knower of Yoga should continually practise for a period of nine nights.
If he should recite day and night, without idleness, he becomes peaceful of mind, and all created things in all the worlds become subject to him, there is no doubt of it.
If one should perform the yoga continually for six months, one becomes the (very essence of) Yogamaya, without question. Whosoever reads this ultimate hymn whilst meditating on Kamakala has women in a state of subjugation seeking him, intoxicated with sexual desire, beautiful, mad with lust, with beautiful enraptured eyes. He knows satiety of love through feminine desire, in this act of subjugation.
On a fortunate day, having written the yantra of Devi on birch-bark, colouring it with rochana, kumkum, lac, red dye, or sunflowers, making the womb of the yantra (=triangle) of gold or silver hue, very alluring, one should awaken Bala, having worshipped and established Her. If one should then carry this on one 's head, throat, shoulder, or near to one's heart or navel, one becomes wealthy, victorious, and gains love.
There is nothing greater than this in the three Worlds for protection, most certainly. Planets, diseases, and so forth, anxieties, are all banished, one gains happiness and health, it is the cause of strength and virility, and destroys cruel elements and enemies.
It gives sons, daughters, increases a host of qualities, gives wealth and grain. In whichever city this best of sadhaka dwells, whilst bearing Her, wealth is gained. In whichever dwelling this stotra is placed and written out, O Varanana, there I - Shiva, Hari and Kamala always dwell, and it is as if all the sacred waters spring from this place.
If the best of sadhakas should recite and read this devotedly he knows Knowledge, Bliss and Unity. O Deveshi, by reading this hymn, one gains the fruit of worship. One should recite it very carefully having established oneself in the six fold Nyasa. In the best of all tantras is the puja of Bala. There the 16 letters are the greatest thing. This, the best of all hymns, is found there.
O Sundari, one should never give this to those who are not pupils, the impure, fraudulent, indolent, who make no efforts, the undevoted, those deficient of Vishnu bhakti, the unstable or the stupid. It should be given to those who are devoted, as it is the cause of liberation, and augments devotion. O Varanana, whilst engaging in sexual intercourse (Latayoga), one may read the hymn. One becomes like the Aeon Creeper (Kalpalata), and the fruit of one's desires are achieved.
If a sadhaka should steadily recite this whilst in Latayoga, offering blossoms to the gazelle-eyed (partner), he is blessed with the results of 100 sacrifices (Yajna). O Deveshi, Brahma and the other (devatas) worship his feet, he himself becomes like Shiva -- that discriminating person who is attached to devotion to Bala. He becomes one with the Bliss of the Absolute, Jyotsna, in the state of Sadashiva.
Shri Bala Stotra
Shri Bhairava said - Parvati, now I speak of the Hymn of Devi Bala. Having heard the secret Panchanga, one should always conceal it.
(Dakshinamurti is the Rishi of this stotra-mantra of Shri Bala Tripurasundari; Pankti is the Metre; Shri Bala Tripurasundari is the Devata; Aim is the Bija; Sauh is the Shakti; Klim is the Kilaka; its application when reciting it is pleasing Shri Bala.
Like the coloured red rays of the Sun shining brightly through red dust, the colour of the Japa rose, holding book, dispelling fear, and in Her other hands giving boons and holding a fully blossomed white water lotus. Thus one should establish in one's heart the eternally beautiful form Bala.
One should recite Aim, O Tripura Bhavani. One becomes greater than God or Guru, and has dominion and so forth of the partner of the Lord of the Mountains.
Within the course of one day, one should recite the King of Your Mantras known as the triple syllable Kamaraja, that of Kameshvari. The person initiated in Kula should worship the earthly and most beautiful and alluring courtesan.
One should recite Sauh, O Tripura, Mother of the three Worlds! You Who Manifest, Play, and bring all to Completion, the core of the Absolute (Brahmapada), Self-Existent! One should worship in the rectangle, the circles, the eight petalled lotus, within the city of the lotus of six petals, worshipping Bala in the Bindu Pitha, in order to become greater than Shiva.
Whosoever should recite this hymn of Tripura, which consists of mantra, at night or at dawn, becomes garlanded (praised) on earth, and in three days becomes equal to Shukra, Saura and Lakshmi.
Thus this stotra of Devi Bala, consisting of ultimate Mantra, is revealed. One should not give it to the undevoted, and should conceal it as if it were Your own yoni.
Artwork is © Jan Bailey, 1996-2006. Translations are © Mike Magee 1996-2006. Questions or comments to email@example.com
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Fair , healthy and glowing skin attracts everybody's attention. Ayurveda has many solutions to have a fair , healthy and glowing skin.
According to ayurveda skin has seven layers . When imbalanced doshas affect these layers different type of skin diseases arise. Doshas may get imbalanced in body and locally on skin.
Vata dosha is dominant in skin . The qualities of vata dosha are Cold, Light, Dry, Rough, Hard and Mobililty.
When vata dosha gets aggravated the skin becomes dry, cracked, rough, dark, dull, lifeless, fissured and scaly.
As vata dosha is only one dosha which has a capacity to move in nuke and corner of body and also has a deeper penetrating power. Vata when get imbalanced vitiates other to doshas i.e pitta and kapha.
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When vata vitiates pitta the skin will get rashes, burning sensation, eruptions and other allergic manifestations. The sweat will have a bad odor .
When kapha gets vitiated due to imbalanced vata oil secretion increases, acne and pimples erupt. The skin becomes dull and luster less.
For a healthier skin the vata should be always in normal balanced condition. The balanced vata keeps all other tissues and remaining two doshas in healthy condition. The imbalanced vata vitiates the tissues of skin and leads numerous skin problems.
There are two ways to balance vata and maintain a healthy body skin.
Massaging body with medicated oil.
Expelling toxins regularly which get accumulated in body .
Benefits of Oil massage .
Massaging body daily with ayurvedic herbal oil has innumerable benefits. This process is called as “Abhyanga". In great ayurvedic classic Ashtanga Hridaya it the benefits of herbal oil massage has been mentioned as follows.
" Abhyanga aachare nityam sa jara- shrama – vataha | Drushtihi prasada pushtyaahu swapna sutwak daadarya krit ||”
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Skin looks fresh.
Skin becomes resistant to diseases.
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Sharp eyesight and attractive eyes.
Body becomes stronger and well nourished.
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Treatment for Pimple, acne, moles, dark circles:-
Balance your doshas by adopting the modified diet and life styles. Take rejuvenating herbal drinks .
Apply a face pack containing
masoora, kushta, kaaliyaka etc later
Following this procedure for seven days makes your face pimple ,acne and dark circle free.
Accumulation of toxins in body which affect the skin:
The inner physiological processes like digestion, metabolism, elimination of waste products etc directly affect the beauty of skin.
The process of digestion is carried out by agni or fire which is present in our digestive system.
(Agni is the body fire, which is responsible for transformation of one substance to another. It breaks down the food substances, eliminates toxins and wastes, maintains body temperature, and resists the invasion of microbes by maintaining strong body immunity.
The body fire, which is assisted by balanced doshas, digests the food completely to form Pakwa Anna rasa (the liquid form of food which is completely digested by digestive enzymes), which is ready to get absorbed by body tissues. According to ayurveda Pakwa Anna Rasa nourishes the body and its components to keep the body devoid of diseases. But when body fire is impaired there will be an incomplete digestion of food forming Apakwa Rasa (indigested food). The indigested food fails to nourish the body components leading to lowered body resistance. Due to indigestion toxins start accumulating in body.)
An unhealthy diet and life style imbalance doshas and the imbalanced doshas impair agni. Due to impaired agni toxins accumulate in body. These accumulated toxins affect the health of skin and the skin loses its luster and glow, acne and pimples start appearing, wrinkling of skin starts in an early age. Hence a well nourished diet, a healthy life style and regular detoxification is very important to keep our skin healthy.
Detoxification at home
The herbs amalki , haritaki, and vibhitaki can be used for detoxification. They act as body cleansers.These herbs when used in proper proportions expel toxins , which have accumulated in body.This herbal combination also act as a best rejuvenator.
Kumari (Sanskrit ) - Aloe Vera
|BOTONICAL NAME|| Aloe Vera Barbadensis |
|FAMILY|| LILLIACEAE |
|STRUCTURE|| Mature plant: They are succulent plants with perennial, strong and fibrous roots and numerous, persistent, fleshy leaves, proceeding from the upper part of the root, narrow, tapering, thick and fleshy, usually edges are serrated with spiny teeth |
Flowers: The flowers are produced in erect, terminal spikes. There is no calyx, the corolla is tubular, divided into six narrow segments at the mouth and of a red, yellow or purplish colour. The capsules contain numerous angular seeds.
|HABITAT|| Grows mainly in the dry regions of Africa, Asia, Europe and America. |
|PHARMACOLOGY|| The important constituents are the two Aloins, Barbaloin and Isobarbaloin, Other constituents are amorphous Aloin, resin and Aloe-emodin. |
A mild purgative, sooths skin, Acts as a mild antimicrobial
|CHEMICAL COMPOSITION||Contains Aloins, Barbaloin and Isobarbaloin,|
|World distribution:||Asia, Africa Europe, America|
Ayurvedic Description of ' Kumari (Sanskrit ) - Aloe Vera Tourn. "
|SANSKRIT NAME||Kumari,Griha kanya, Ghrita kumarika|
| LOCAL NAMES |
|Gheekuaara (Hindi), Ghrta kumari (Bengali), korpad (Marathi), Aloe (English),|
| PROPERTIES |
| Guna :- guru,snigdha picchila |
Rasa :- Katu
Vipaka :- Tikta
|KARMA (Action)||Normalizes kapha & pitta. a very good aphrodisiacs, diuretic, sooths skin, and anti inflammatory widely used in conditions of sun burn, dry skin conditions, burns, scars|