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Sri Venkatachala Mahathyam CONCLUSION ( wedding chapter 436-446)

436) BHAGAVATHKRUTHASHANMAASAAVADHIKAAGASTHYAASHRAMAVAASA PRATHIGNYAA Padmaavathyanugo Devo Brahmarudraadikairyuthaha Suvarnamukharee...

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Thursday, February 16, 2012

Beloved students of Chennai Govt.Music College



















One of the most touching moments in my life happened yesterday in Chennai Govt.music college (Greenways Road, Chennai) on the concluding day of the college's Tamil Music Festival. The students demonstarted their feelings for me by ordering a huge garland of red roses. Decorating me with the garland with their own hands, they reciprocated my sentiments for them by filling my heart with their love for me. I was blinded by tears!!
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Saturday, February 11, 2012

Food for Chakras

Goddess Lalitha Mahatripurasundari

1)Vishudhdhi Chakra (Throat Chakra):-
"Vishudhdhi Chakranilayaa Rakthavarnaa Thrilochanaa
Khatvaangaadipraharanaa Vadanaika Samanvithaa
Paayasaannapriyaathvaksthaa Pashulokabhayankaree
Amruthaadi Mahaashakthisamvrutha Daakineeswari."

Lalitha Mahatripurasundari as 'DAKINI' in Vishudhdhi chakra is one-faced, three-eyed and fond of rice kheer (payasam made of rice). Meditating on the Goddess in blood-red hues (raktha varna), visualise the offering of "Rice Kheer"to Goddess Lalitha Mahatripurasundari residing in the throat.She resides in the skin tissue.

2)Anaahatha Chakra (Heart Chakra):-
Anaahathaabjanilayaa Shyaamaabhaa Vadanadvayaa
Damshtrokshamaalaadhidharaa Rudhirasamsthithaa
Kaalaraathryaadi Shakthyaughavruthtaa Snigdhaudhanapriyaa
Mahaaveerendravaradaa Raakinyambaaswaroopinee.

Lalitha Mahatripurasundari as 'RAKINI' in Anaahatha Chakra is two-faced and bluish-black hued, fond of ghee-rice ('Snigdhaudhanapriyaa). Mentally offer ghee-rice to Goddess Lalitha Mahatripurasundari residing in the heart. She resides in blood.

3)Manipura Chakra (Solar Plexus Chakra):-
"Manipooraabja Nilayaa Vadanathraya Samyuthaa
Vajraadhikaayudhopethaa Dhaamaryaadibhiravruthaa
Rakthavarnaa Maamsanishthaa Goodhaannapreethamaanasaa
Samasthabhakthasukhadaa Laakinyamba Swaroopini.

Lalitha Mahatripurasundari as 'LAKINI' in Manipura Chakra has three faces and bright red-hued. She is fond of jaggery-rice, mentally offer Her the same. She resides in the flesh.

4)Swadhishtaana Chakra (Sacral or Sex Chakra):-
"Swaadhishtaanaam Bhujagathaa Chathurvakthra Manoharaa
Shoolaadhyaayudhasampannaa Peethavarnaathigarvithaa
Medhonishthaa Madhupreethaa Bandhinyaadisamanvithaa
Dadhyannaasakthahrudayaa Kaakinee Roopadhaarinee."

Lalitha Mahatripurasundari as 'KAKINI' in Swadhishtana Chakra is golden-hued. She is fond of curd rice and honey, meditate on offering Her the same. Proud with four faces, She resides in the fatty layers.

5)Moolaadhaara Chakra (Root Chakra):-
"Moolaadhaaraambujhaaroodhaa Panchavakthraasdhisamsthithaa
Ankushaadi Praharanaa Varadaadi Nishevithaa
Mugdaudhanaasakthachiththaa Saakinyambaa Swaroopinee."

Lalitha Mahatripurasundari as 'SAKINI' in Mooladhara Chakra is five-faced. This glowing Goddess is fond of Khichdi (rice mixed with green grams). Mentally offer Her the same. She resides in bones.

6)Aagna Chakra (Brow Chakra):-
"Aagnaa Chakraabjanilayaa Shuklavarnaa Shadaananaa
Majjaasamsthaa Hamsavathee Mukhya Shakthi Samanvithaa
Haridraannaikarasikaa Haakinee Roopadhaarinee."

Lalitha Mahatripurasundari as 'HAKINI' in Agna Chakra is white-hued and six-faced. Mentally offer Her rice mixed with turmeric (yellow rice) as She is fond of the same. She resides in the brain-tissue.

7)Sahasraara Chakra (Crown Chakra):-
"Sahasradala Padmasthaa Sarvavarnopashobhithaa
Sarvaayudhadharaa Shukla Samsthithaa Sarvathomukhee
Sarvaudanapreethachiththaa Yaakinyambaaswaroopini."

Lalitha Mahatripurasundari as '├ŁAKINI' in Sahasrara Chakra is multi-hued and multi-faced. Mentally offer Her variety of delicacies as She is fond of all kinds of food. She resides in semen.



Monday, February 6, 2012

Body Temple

I am discontinuing the "Body Temple"series due to unavoidable reasons. Kindly refer to "The Brief History Of India" to interpret the remaining parts of "Body Temple".