Soundarya Lahari Sloka 16 with Meaning and Yantra

Soundarya Lahari Sloka 16

“Kaveendraanaam Chethahkamalavanabaalaathaparuchim
Bhajanthe Ye Santhaha Kathichidarunaameva Bhavatheem!
Gabheeraabhirvaagbhirvidadhathi Sathaam Ranjanamamee!”

Literal Meaning:

“O Mother, Thou Aruna, the crimson-coloured Goddess, art like the light of morning’s rising sun to the lotus flowers constituted of the minds of gifted poets (helping as Thou dost, their poesy to blossom forth). Therefore, those devoted men who adore Thee become capable of delighting the minds of assemblies of literary connoisseurs with the majestic flow of their words surging like waves of erotic sentiments emanating from youthful Saraswathi; the Goddess of Learning.”

Yantra for Soundarya Lahari Sloka 16

Mode of worship:

Yantra to be made on gold or copper plate. Sit facing North-East. Chant this sloka 1008 (1000) times daily for 44 (45,41) days.


Chanting of Saraswathi Ashtotharam and Lalitha Thrishati offering jasmine or white flowers.


Cooked rice, curd, milk, honey and fruits.

Beneficial Results:

Erudition, knowledge of Vedas and Shastras, knowledge of various languages and immunity from evil effects of spirits.

Literal Results:

Winning in debates, enticing public through dynamic oratory, capable of emerging victorious in extremely difficult subjects or higher studies and attaining top grades. Highly suited for people in the field of politics and law.