Soundarya Lahari Sloka 56 with Meaning and Yantra

Soundarya Lahari Sloka 56

“Thavaaparney Karneyjapanayanapaishunyachakithaa

Nileeyanthey Thoye Niyathamanimeshaaha Shapharikaaha!

Iyam Cha Shreerbaddhachchadaputakavaatam Kuvalayam

Jahathi Prathyooshey Nishi Cha Vighatayya Pravishathi!”

Literal Meaning:

“O Eternal One!The female fish without a blink, hide themselves in water, being afraid of the tell-tale activities of Thy eyes against them-their rivals; and Sri, the Goddess of beauty abandons the closed petals of blue lily during the day (in order to reside in Thy lotus-like eyes) and returns again at night to the blooming blue lily.”

Yantra for Soundarya Lahari Sloka 56

Mode of worship:

Yantra to be made on gold plate or ivory piece (bone of big fish). Sit facing North-East. Chant this sloka 2000 times daily for 48 (45) days.


Chant Lalitha Thrishathi offering red flowers.


Cooked rice, honey and fruits.


Freedom from imprisonment; cures physical or mental problems and provides relief from effects of evil eyes. Causes rain.

Literal results:

Victory over inimical people, controlling secret activities.