Translated by P. This stotra occurs in Brahmanda purana in the chapter that contains the discussion between Hayagreeva  and Agasthya . At his request Hayagreeva taught him the names of Lalitha. Parama shiva is one of the trinity of Hindu pantheons who is in charge of destruction.
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Lalita Sahasranama thousand names of goddess Lalitha is an ancient Sanskrit text praising the virtues, aspects, greatness and manifestations of Mother Divine. It is believed if recited with devotion Sri Lalitha, the Mother Divine fulfills both spiritual and materiel aspirations, and bestows Karya Siddhi fortune of getting good things done successfully. There is no prayer similar to this one, which would give both pleasure and salvation. For ones recite these thousand names get both pleasures as well as salvation.
It is can also chanted with a specific desire in mind. When chanted by a lady, it has a very positive effect on the household and the family relationships. Lalita Sahasranama chanting also harmonizes any negative effects that might come due to rituals or pujas that were not completed, or that were not performed in right manner.
Merits earned by chanting is considered equivalent to the merit earned by visiting places of pilgrimage, for those who are unable to visit these places. Lalita is the joyful, dynamic and scintillating expression of the Self; a free consciousness, without craving and aversions, well-founded in the Self, naturally ecstatic and vibrant.
Sri Lalitais perceived as the purest one and as the embodiment of unimaginable beauty, innocence and compassion. Names have significance, if we remember a sandalwood tree, we carry the memory of its perfume. It purifies the mind and uplifts the consciousness. These chants capture our wandering mind; the mind becomes one-pointed and focused on divinity and its attributes.
This relaxes the nervous system. Relief from malefic effects of planets or evil spirits can be attained by chanting the Sahasranama. Devi protects from dangers and from attacks by enemies; victory in battle is achieved. If one chants these names without any desires or attachments gets the knowledge of Brahman and is released from the bonds of life. The language is beautiful and has a deeper meaning, for example - Lotus-eyed signifies beautiful and pure vision; a lotus grows in the mud yet it is beautiful and pure.
The lotus-eyed one can live in this world and see beauty and purity despite of all its challenges. Chanting the thousand names of Devi enlivens the qualities within us. We also gain the ability to see and appreciate the beauty in the world around us.
This leads to a content and prosperous existence. We are grateful to our ancient seers who by worshipping the divinity in all its diverse qualities showed us the way to lead an all-inclusive life. Several descriptions of the attributes have been beautifully threaded together. It is an expression of the multiple dimensions of the eternal divinity.
We have come to this planet for a beautiful and higher purpose. So, not only we ourselves experience joy and ecstasy but also spread the happiness in the society. Skip to content. Lalitha Sahasranama Chanting. What is Lalita Sahasranama? That is not the case! It does. Mantras bring out all the positive energy inside you. Space of Lalita Lalita is the joyful, dynamic and scintillating expression of the Self; a free consciousness, without craving and aversions, well-founded in the Self, naturally ecstatic and vibrant.
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It is a sacred text for the Hindu worshippers of the Goddess Lalita Devi , who considered to be a manifestation of the Divine Mother Shakti , and the text is therefore used in the worship of Durga , Parvati , Kali , Lakshmi , Saraswati , Bhagavati , etc. A principal text of Shakti worshipers , it names the goddess's various attributes in the form of names organized in a hymn. This sahasranama is used in various modes for the worship of the Divine Mother like parayana recitations , archana , and homa. The names are organized as hymns, or stotras , but are often broken into mantras to represent all names. 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.