Soundarya Lahari Sloka 96 with Meaning and Yantra

Soundarya Lahari Sloka 96 with Meaning and Yantra

Soundarya Lahari Sloka 96

“Kalathram Vaidhaathram Kathikathi Bhajanthey Na Kavayaha
Shriyo Devyaaha Kovaanabhavathipathihi Kairapi Dhanaihi!
Mahaadevam Hithvaa Thava Sathi Satheenaamacharamey
Kuchaabhyaasangaha Kuravakatharorapyasulabhaha!”

Literal Meaning:

“O Chastity Embodied! How numerous are the poets who have courted and attained Saraswathi, the wife of Brahma and the deity of learning and fine arts! So also who with some wealth fails to become the Lord of Lakshmi, the wife of Vishnu and the Goddess of wealth! But O the foremost of Chaste Ones!None besides Shiva, the great God, not even the tree called Kuravaka, has ever had the embrace of Thy breasts.”

Yantra for Soundarya Lahari Sloka 96

Mode of worship:

Yantra to be made on gold plate or gingely oil. Sit facing East. Chant this sloka 1000 (1008) times daily for 45 (3) days.


Chant Lalitha Sahasranamam offering vermillion.


Cooked ric mixed with curds sesame, jaggery, coconut, honey and plantain.


Healing of long-standing wounds, peace of mind, influence over others.

Literal Results:

Women can attain loving spouse, strengthening marital relationships.

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