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She is best known as the Devi extolled in the Lalita Sahasranama and as the subject of the Lalitopakhyana story of the goddess Lalita in Hinduism.

The Indian state of Tripura derives it name from the goddess. The Tripura Upanishad places her as the ultimate Shakti energy, power of the universe. She is called Tripura because she is identical with the triangle trikona that symbolizes the yoni and that forms her chakra see below.

Sri Balatripura Sundari Sahasranamam

She is also called Tripura because her mantra has three clusters of syllables. Here Tripura is identified with the alphabet, from which all sounds and words proceed and which is often understood to occupy a primordial place in tantric cosmology. She is three-fold, furthermore, because she expresses herself in Brahma, Visnu, and Sahasranamaam in her roles as creator, maintainer, and destroyer of the universe.

She is threefold also because she represents the subject maulinstrument minaand object meya of all things. Here again, she is identified with reality expressed in terms of speech, which involves a speaker, what is said, and objects to which the words refer.

She is Tripura because she is beyond the three Gunas. She dwells in the three worlds of manas, buddhi, and chitta. She is Trayi, the unified combination of the three gods Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva. She is also known as Lalita the graceful one and Kameshwari the desire principle of the Supreme. Details of her appearance are found in the famous hymn in her praise, the Lalita Sahasranamawhere she is said to be.

She is often depicted iconographically as seated on a lotus that rests on the blaa body of Siva, which in turn lies on a throne whose legs are the gods Brahma, Visnu, Siva, and Rudra. In some cases, the lotus is growing szhasranamam of Siva’s navel. In other cases, it is growing from the Sri Chakra, the yantra. The Vamakeshvara tantra says that Tripura-sundari dwells on the peaks of the Himalayas; is worshiped by sages and heavenly nymphs; has a body like pure crystal; wears a tiger skin, a snake as a wundari around her neck, and her hair tied in a jata; holds a trident and drum; is decorated with asnskrit, flowers, and ashes; and has a large bull as aanskrit vehicle.

The Saundaryalahari and the Xanskrit describe her in detail from her hair to her feet. The Tantrasara dhyna mantra says that she is illuminated by the jewels of the crowns of Brahma and Visnu, which fell at her feet when they bowed down to worship her. Shiva is one of the three gods who together constitute the Trimurtithe Hindu trinity.

Shiva married Satithe daughter of Daksha. Daksha and Shiva did not get along and consequently, Daksha did not invite Shiva for one of the great fire sacrifices that he conducted.

Daksha insulted Shiva in Sati’s presence, so Sati committed suicide by jumping into the fire to end her humiliation. Sati reincarnated as Parvatithe daughter of the mountain king Himavat and his wife the apsara Mena. The devas faced an enemy in Tarakasurawho had a boon that he could be killed only by a son of Shiva and Parvati. So for the purpose of begetting a son from Shiva and Parvatithe devas deputed Manmathathe god of love.


Manmatha shot his flower arrows to Shiva and Parvati in order to induce severe sexual feelings in them. In anger for being tricked, Shiva opened his third eye which sundarii the god of love to ashes.

Heeding their request, Shiva stared at the ashes of Manmatha. From the ashes came Bhandasurawho made all the world impotent and ruled balla the city called Shonitha pura, after which he started troubling the devas.

The devas then sought the advice of Sage Narada and the Trimurtiwho advised them to seek the help of Nirguna Brahman, the tripra god head which is unmanifested i. Nirguna Brahman parashivlalitha divided itself into the male Maha Sambhu and the female Adi Parasakthi who were unmanifested and beyond the manifest and appeared before them. For this, a maha yajna great sacrifice was made, where the entire creation, i. Tripura Sundari and Kameswara re-created the entire universe as it was before.

Her abode also called Sri Nagara city had 25 streets circling it, made of iron, steel, copper, and lead. An alloy made of five metals, silver, gold, the white Pushpa raga stone, the red Padmaraga stone, onyxdiamond, Vaidoorya, Indra neela [Blue Sapphire]pearl, Marakatha, coral, nine gems and a mixture of gems and precious stones.

In the eighth street was a forest of Kadambas. This is presided by Syamala. In the fifteenth street lived the Ashta Dik palakas. In the sixteenth lived Varahi alias Dandini who was her commander in chief. Here Syamala also had a house. In the seventeenth street lived the different Yoginis.

In the eighteenth street lived Maha Vishnu. In the nineteenth street lived Esana, in the twentieth Thara Devi, twenty-first Varunithe twenty-second Kurukulla who presides over the fort of pride, twenty third Marthanda Bhairawa, twenty-fourth Chandraand twenty-fifth Manmatha presiding over the forest of love.

In the center of Nagara is the Maha Padma Vana the saanskrit lotus forest and within it, the Chintamani Griha The house of holy thoughtin the northeast is the Chid agni kunda and on both sides of its eastern gate are the houses of Manthrini and Dhandini.

On its four gates stand the Chaturamnaya gods for watch and ward. Within it is the chakra. In the center of the Chakra on the throne of Pancha brahmas on the Bindu Peeta dot plank called sarvanandamaya universal happiness sits Eahasranamam Tripura Sundari. In the chakra are the following decorations viz. The devas prayed to her to kill Bhandasura. While Sampatkari was the captain of the elephant regiment, Aswarooda was the captain of the cavalry. The army was commanded by Dhandini riding on the chariot called Giri Chakra assisted by Manthrini riding on the chariot called Geya Chakra.

Jwala Malini protected the army by creating a fire ring around it. Tripura Sundari rode in the center on the chariot of Chakra. When the asuras created a blockade for the marching army, Tripura sundari created Ganesha with the help of Kameshwara to remove the blockade. Then Bandasura created the asuras sahasrsnamam HiranyakshaHiranyakashipu and Ravana. She killed all his army using Pasupathastra and killed him with Kameshwarasthra.

The gods then praised her. She then recreated Manmathan for the good of the world. This story is contained in the first 84 names of the first 34 slokas of Lalitha sahasranamam. All together it contains one thousand names. This is also called the Rahasya Nama Triupra the thousand secret names. Reading it, meditating on the meaning of the names would lead to the fulfillment of all the wishes of the devotees.

Lalita Sahasranama contains a thousand names of the Hindu mother goddess Lalita. It is the only sahasranama that does not repeat a single name. Further, in order to maintain the meter, sahasranamass 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 sxhasranamam use any such auxiliary conjunctions and is unique in being an enumeration of holy names that meet the metrical, poetical and mystic requirements of a sahasranama by their order throughout the text.

Lalita Sahasranama begins by calling the goddess Shri Mata the great motherShri Maharajni the great queen and Shrimat Simhasaneshwari the sahasranwmam sitting on the lion-throne. Lalitha sahasranama is said to have been composed by eight vak devis vaag devathas upon the command of Lalitha.

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The sahasranama says that “One can sunxari Lalitha only if she wishes us to do so”. The text is a dialogue between Hayagrivaan avatar of Mahavishnu and the sage Agastya. The temple at Thirumeyachur, near Kumbakonam is zundari to be where Agastya was initiated into this sahasranama.

Another alternative version is the Upanishad Bramham Mutt at kanchipuram is where this initiation happened. This sahasranama is held as a sacred text for the worship of the “Divine Mother”, Lalita, and is used in the worship of DurgaParvatiKaliand other forms of Parvati. A principal text of Shakti worshipersit names her various attributes, and these names are organized in the sanskfit of a hymn. This sahasranama is used in various modes for the worship of the Divine Mother.

Some of the modes of worship are parayana Recitationsarchanahoma etc. This stotra hymn of praise occurs in the Brahmanda Purana history of the universe in the chapter on a discussion between Hayagreeva and Agasthya. Hayagreeva is an incarnation of Vishnu with the head of sundai horse who is held to be the storehouse of knowledge.

Agasthya is one sahsaranamam the sages of yore and one of the stars of the constellation Saptarshi Ursa major. At the request of Agasthya, Hayagreeva is said to have taught him the thousand holiest names of Lalita. This has been conveyed to us by the sage Maharishi Vyasa. Lalitha Sahasranama is the only sahasranama composed by vag devatas under Lalitha’s direction. All the other sahasranamas are said to have been composed by Maharishi Vyasa.

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The slokas are organized in such a way that Devi is described from head to feet kesadhi padham. There are basically five works pancha krtyam. They are creation srishtiprotection sthitidestruction samharamhiding thirudhanam and blessing anugraham.

Devi herself has been described as “pancha krtya parayana” in the sloka and the five tasks are described as follows:. This means Devi is the aspect of Brahma, while creating sristhi, aspect of Vishnu while sustaining sristhi, aspect of Rudra during dissolution sanghara. Lalitha has designated the five functions to these brahmam. Sometimes, Devi will take away the life from these five brahmmam and make them inactive, performing all the five tasks herself.

At that time they will be called “pancha pretam” that is lifeless bodies. The first three slokas are: Srimata great mother – srshti; Sri Maharajni great ruler – sthithi; Srimat Simhasaneswari one who sits on the lion throne – samharam.

The rest of the slokas cover thirodhanam and anugraham. The next names – “chidhagnikunda sambhutha devakarya samudhyatha” tells us that devi arose from the fire of knowledge to help devas in their task war against asuras — bhandasura. From the namAa- Udhyath bhanu sahasraba till tdipura manjeera manditha sree padambuja, all her parts like her face, fore head, eyes, mouth, tongue, voice, hands and legs have been described.

Thereafter, Devi’s place Chintamani gruhamher war against bandasura, kundalini shakti, and her properties have been described.