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Soundarya Lahari Sloka, Yantra & Goddess For Moksha - 63

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Soundarya Lahari Sloka, Yantra & Goddess For Moksha - 63
The Soundarya Lahari is not only a poem. It is a tantra textbook, giving instructions on puja and offerings, many yantras, almost one to each shloka; describes tantric ways of performing devotion connected to each specific shloka; and details the results ensuing.

Soundarya Lahari, meaning waves of beauty consists of two parts, Ananda Lahari meaning waves of happiness (first 41 stanzas) and Soundarya Lahari(the next 59 stanzas). It is believed that Lord Ganesha himself has etched the Ananda Lahari on Mount Meru.

These 100 stanzas are supposed to be the foremost among Manthra literature. It is also believed that by Making suitable Yanthras and reciting particular stanzas and worshipping the yantras almost anything can be obtained in the world.

Soundarya Lahari Sloka No.63 :

"Smithajyothsnaajaalam Thava Vadanchandrasya Pibathaam
Chakoraanaamaaseedathirasathaya Chanchujadhimaa!
Athasthey Sheethaamshoramruthalahareemaamlatharuchayaha
Pibanthi Svachchandam Nishinishi Bhrusham Kaanjhikadiyaa!"

Yantra For Soundarya Lahari Sloka No.63 :

Soundarya Lahari Sloka, Yantra & Goddess For Moksha - 63
Literal Meaning : The Chakora bird has got its tongue insensitised because of the extreme satiety generated by drinking the luminous light of Thy smiling face.It is for this reason that every night it drinks the waves of nectar from the Moon under the impression that it is some sour gruel that will relieve the insensitivity of its tongue.

Mode of Worship : Yantra to be made on gold plate, the entire sloka to be inscribed in 4 lines inside Yantra. Sit facing East. Chant this sloka 3000 times daily for 32 (30) days.

Goddess of this Slokha : Shri Chatuh Shashti Devi

Archana : Chant Lalitha Ashtotharam offering durva grass.

Offerings: Cooked rice mixed with curd; coconut;fruits; honey and milk.

Beneficial Results : Commanding power, gives moksha. Brings every one under control. Gets 'Moksha' (eternal freedom) in the end.

Literal Results : Bestows magnetic and attractive face and personality.

Points To Be Noted : Click Here

To Download Audio of Sloka : Click Here

The Image of Goddess in taken from the Book titled Adi Shankaracharya's Soundarya Lahari by Sri. G.Ramachandra Shastry. Published by Srinidhi Publications.


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