Category «Soundarya Lahari Slokas»

Soundarya Lahari Sloka 91 with Meaning and Yantra

Soundarya Lahari Sloka 91 “Padanyaasakreedaaparichayamivaarabdhumanasaha Skhalanthasthey Kheylam Bhavanakalahamsa Na Jahathi! Athastheyshaam Shikshaam Subhagamanimanjeerarnitha- chchalaadaachakshaanam Charanakamalam Chaarucharithey!” Literal Meaning: “O Goddess of graceful gait!The royal swans in Thy household are never abandoning their pursuit of Thee, in their effort to observe Thy gait for correcting their own defective ways. And Thy lotus feet are, it seems, …

Soundarya Lahari Sloka 90 with Meaning and Yantra

Soundarya Lahari Sloka 90 “Dadaaney Deeneybhyaha Shriyamanishamaashaanusadrusheem Amandam Soundaryaprakaramakarandam Vikirathi! Thavaasminmanmandaarasthabakasubhagey Yaathu Charanau Nimajjanmajjeevaha Karanacharanaha Shatcharanathaam!” Literal Meaning: “Thy feet form a veritable bunch of flowers dripping the honey of beauty and are a liberal supplier of wealth to Thy poor devotees. May my life with its six sensory organs (including the mind) become a …

Soundarya Lahari Sloka 89 with Meaning and Yantra

Soundarya Lahari Sloka 89 “Nakhairnaakasreenaam Karakamalasankochashashibhihi Tharoonaam Divyaanaam Hasatha Iva They Chandi Charanau! Phalaani Swahstheybhyaha Kisalayakaraagrena Dadathaam Daridreybhyo Bhadraam Shriyamanishamahnaaya Dadathau!” Literal Meaning: “Thy feet, with the moon-like nails, which cause the lotus-bud like palms of adoring heavenly damsels to close, do shower abundant wealth quickly on humble and poor devotees, and thus mock at …

Soundarya Lahari Sloka 88 with Meaning and Yantra

Soundarya Lahari Sloka 88 “Padam They Keertheenaam Prapadamapadam Devi Vipadaam Katham Neetham Sadbhihi Kathinakamatheekarparathulaam! Katham Vaa Baahubhyaamupayamanakaaley Purabhidaa Yadaadaaya Nyastham Drushadi Dayamaaneyna Manasaa!” Literal Meaning: ” O Devi! How do great poets equate Thy fore-foot, a seat of fame and beyond the reach of mishaps, to the hardened back (shell) of the tortoise? And how …

Soundarya Lahari Sloka 87 with Meaning and Yantra

Soundarya Lahari Sloka 87 “Himaaneehanthavyam Himagirinivaasaikachathurau Nishaayaam Nidraanaam Nishi Charamabhaagey Cha Vishadau! Varam Lakshmeepaathram Shriyamathisrujanthau Samayinaam Sarojam Thvathpaadau Janani Jayathashchithramiha Kim!” Literal Meaning: “O Mother of the Universe! The lotus of Thy feet, which always remain on the snow Mountain (Himalayas), blooming day and night bestowing their grace on devotees, is undoubtedly far superior to …

Soundarya Lahari Sloka 86 with Meaning and Yantra

Soundarya Lahari Sloka 86 “Mrushaa Kruthvaa Gothraskhalanamatha Vailakshyanamitham Lalaatey Bharthaaram Charanakamaley Thaadayathi They! Chiraadanthahshalyam Dahanakruthamunmoolithavathaa Thulaakotikvaanaihi Kilikilithameeshaanaripunaa!” Literal Meaning: “O Devi!Thou didst deliver a kick (in love quarrel) at the forehead of Thy Consort when He bent His head in shame for calling Thee inadvertently by the name of another woman, his enemy Kama got …

Soundarya Lahari Sloka 85 with Meaning and Yantra

Soundarya Lahari Sloka 85 “Namovaakam Broomo Nayanaramaneeyaaya Padayoho Thavaasmai Dwandwaaya Sphutaruchirasaalakthakavathey! Asooyathyathyantham Yadabhihananaaya Spruhayathey Pashoonaameeshaanaha Pramadavanakankeylitharavey!” Literal Results: “Our respectful salutations to Thy feet, a delight to our eyes because of their brilliance arising from tBoldhe liquid lac dye applied to them! Thy Consort, Pashupathi, desiring to be kicked with those feet, is extremely jealous …

Soundarya Lahari Sloka 84 with Meaning and Yantra

Soundarya Lahari Sloka 84 “Shrutheenaam Moordhaano Dadhathi Thava Yau Shekharathayaa Mamaapyethau Maathaha Shirasi Dayayaa Dhehi Charanau! Yayoho Paadyam Paathaha Pashupathijataajootathatinee Yayorlaakshaalakshmeerarunaharichoodaamaniruchihi!” Literal Meaning: “O Mother! Be pleased to place Thy two feet, which the upanishads (the crowns of vedas) wear as crest gem, on my head too. River Ganga who resides in the matted locks …

Soundarya Lahari Sloka 83 with Meaning and Yantra

Soundarya Lahari Sloka 83 “Paraajeythum Rudram Dwigunasharagarbhau Girisuthey Nishangau Jangey They Vishamavishikho Baadhamakrutha! Yadagrey Drushyanthey Dashasharaphalaahaa Paadayugalee Nakhaadgracchaadmaanaha Suramakutashaanaikanishithaa!” Literal Meaning: “O Daugter of the Mounatain! Surely the five-arrowed Kama-Deva has, in order to conquer Rudra, converted Thy two shanks as quivers to store therein double the number of arrows he is credited with. For, …