Soundarya Lahari Sloka 78 with Meaning and Yantra

Soundarya Lahari Sloka 78

“Sthiro Gangaavarthaha Sthanamukularomaavalilathaa-
kalaavaalam Kundam Kusumasharathejohuthabhujaha!
Ratheyleelaagaaram Kimapi Thava Naabhirgirisuthey
Biladwaaram Siddhergirishanayanaanaam Vijayathey!

Literal Meaning:

“O Daughter of the Mountain! Indescribably unique is the glory of Thy navel, which may be described as a steady whirl pool on the surface of river Ganga; the wet soil-bed for the creeper of Thy navel-hair bearing two flower buds in the shape of Thy breasts; the sacrificial pit wherein burns the fire of the prowess of Kama Deva, the flower-arrowed God of love; the pleasure house of his wife Rathi; and forms the opening of the cave wherein the eyes of Shiva found the yogic success of the great austerities he had performed.”

Yantra for Soundarya Lahari Sloka 78

Mode of worship:

Yantra to be made of thick sandal paste mixed with musk and saffron in a silver plate. Sit facing East. Chant this sloka 108 times daily for 45 days.


Chant Lakshmi Ashtotharam offering lotus petals.


Rice cooked with green-gram pulse, black-gram cakes.


Favours from government, all round success.

Literal Results:

Great prosperity and promising future in the present occupation/job. Influence in society.