Soundarya Lahari Sloka 7 with Meaning and Yantra

Soundarya Lahari Sloka 7

“Kvanathakancheedhaamaa Karikalabhakumbhasthananathaa
Pariksheenaa Madhye Parinathashcharaschandravadanaa!
Dhanurbaanaan Paasham Srunimapi Dadhaanaa Karathalaihi
Purasthaadaasthaam Nah Puramadhithuraahopurushikaa!”

Literal Meaning:

“May the divine Mother with Her slender waist girdled with jingling mini-bells, body slightly bent in the middle by the weight of Her breast resembling the frontal globes of the forehead of a young elephant, Her face blooming like the autumnal moon and Her four hands holding bow, arrow, noose and goad and Who is the pride of Shiva, manifest Her presence before us.”

Yantra for Soundarya Lahari Sloka 7

Mode of worship:

Yantra to be made on gold plate or holy ashes (bhasma) levelled on a copper plate. Sit facing North-East.Chant this sloka 1000 times daily for 45 (12) days.


Chanting of Durga Shasranamam offering vermillion.


Cooked rice, curd, fruit-juice and sweet milk gruel.

Beneficial Results:

Fascinating even royal personages and over-coming enemies.

Literal Results:

This sloka will directly link the devotee to the Supreme Goddess of Kanchipuram, Kamakshi. She is the dominant One “Purushika” and She literally takes over the devotee and gives her/ him a delicious taste of Her “saannidhyam”. Messages, events related to Kanchi Kamakshi will fill the life of the devotee and she/ he is constantly in a state of bliss just thinking about Her. People with Rahu-related problems can overcome difficulties by chanting this sloka.

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