Soundarya Lahari Sloka 74 with Meaning and Yantra

Soundarya Lahari Sloka 74

“Vahathyamba Sthambeyramadanuja Kumbhaprakruthibhihi
Samaarabdhaam Mukthaamanibhiramalaam Haaralathikaam!
Kuchaabhogo Bimbaadhararuchibhiranthaha Shabalithaam
Prathaapavyaamishraam Puradamayithuhu Keerthimiva They!”

Literal Meaning:

O Mother! The expanse of Thy breasts bears a creeper-like necklace made of pearls got from the frontal globe of Gajaasura (the elephant-demon). It rests there with its white brilliance variegated from within by the reflection of the ruddy tinge of Thy bimba-like lips, as if it were the confluence of the (white) fame and the (red) valour of Thy Consort, the Destroyer of the Cities.”

Yantra for Soundarya Lahari Sloka 74

Mode of worship:

Yantra to be made on gold plate. Sit facing North, in front of a Devi shrine, or a ghee-lit lamp. Chant this sloka 1008 (108) times daily for 3 (45) days.


Chant Shiva’s 108 names offering bilva leaves at the top of yantra and Lalitha’s names at centre on the seed letter “kleem”.


Cooked rice mixed with pepper powder, milk-gruel and honey.


Attainment of fame, erudition and honour.

Literal Results:

Attainment of fame, neck-ornaments, support and protection.