Therefore the Sahasranama can be chanted in stotra form, or namavali form. The Lalitha Saharanama is one of the only sahasranamas that does not repeat a single name. Generally, sahasranamas use the artifice of adding words like tu, api, ca, and hi, which are conjunctions that do not necessarily add to the meaning of the name except in cases of interpretation. The Lalita Sahasranama does not use any such auxiliary conjunctions and is unique in being an enumeration of holy names that meets the metrical, poetical and mystic requirements of a sahasranama by their order throughout the text.

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Many believed if the Sahasranama was not chanted properly, it would result in the Goddess being angry and great harm would befall them. The priest class also scared the common man. Devi is the Divine Mother, mother of all.

Apart from saying this, Amma has made sure that her children are thoroughly exposed to the benefits of chanting the Lalita Sahasranama. At all the Brahmasthanam festivals, thousands of devotees chant the 1, names five times a day. Amma leading a mass puja Amma made Lalita Sahasranama so popular. Amma has chosen Lalita Sahasranama archana and chanting as a daily practice for relief from the perils in life and for spiritual progress.

In Amritapuri, there is dawn-to-dusk chanting of the Lalita Sahasranama. Apart from this all the monastic members and other residents of Amritapuri chant the Lalita Sahasranama at least once a day as part of their personal sadhana spiritual practice.

Amma also encourages her householder devotees to chant the Sahasranama daily. In the present age, the instincts of the heart and the motherly instinct have been lost. Motherhood is the symbol of love, compassion and forbearance.

They will never face a shortage of food and basic necessities, and will also gain spiritual growth.


Lalita Sahasranama Archana

Vurn Hayagriva is the incarnation of ViShNu who assumed the form of a horse to kill a demon by the same name. He then gives him the following trishatI. The story of the meeting trishzti Agastya and Hayagriva is given in the lalitopAkhyAna and is quite interesting. The mantras in this text are first chanted in Sanskrit and then maliciously translated into English. Agastya was visiting several places of pilgrimage and was sad to see many people steeped in ignorance and involved in only sensual pleasures. It explains in detail the appearance of the Goddess Lalita to save the world from the clutches of the demon bhaNDAsura.


Shri Lalitha Sahasranamavali in Sanskrit

Sairam friends, Above is photo of Goddess Lalithambigai used by curtesy of some newspaper scan. Thanks to the one who scanned it and also shaivam. Ramachander Lets than him and his family for doing this great seva for children of God Introduction This stotra hymn which praises occurs in Brahmanda purana Old epic of the universe in the Chapter on discussion between Hayagreeva and Agasthya. Hayagreeva is an incarnation of Vishnu with the horse head and is believed to be the storehouse of knowledge. Agasthya is one of the great sages of yore who is one of the stars of the constellation great bear. At his request Hayagreeva taught him the most holy names of Lalitha.


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