chanting of the above cryptic mantra or the mantra for 1,25,000
times with devotion and worshipping the mystical diagram (Yantra)
gives accomplishment of the desired object.
tale about the manifestation of goddess Chhinnamasta is as follows,
Once, goddess Bhagwati-Bhawani, went to have a bath in the river
Mandakini, with her two companion Jaya and Vijaya.
having their bath all of them became hungry. The complexion
of goddess Bhagawati turned dark because of sheer hunger. Jaya
and Vijaya asked for something to eat. Goddess Bhagawati told
both of them to wait for some time. After sometime they demanded
for food again. They were again told by goddess Bhagawati to
to control their hunger Jaya and Vijaya said very politely to
Bhagawati that "Mother, give food to her hungry children
as soon as it is demanded."
was very pleased by their innocence, she severed her head by
her own hand and held the severed head in her left hand, three
streams of blood started to ooze out from the neck.
of them, satisfied their hunger by drinking the blood from the
three streams of blood respectively.
is called Chhinnamasta because of her severed head.
Chhinnamasta is a symbol of the perception of secrecy. She stands
on the seat of white lotus. In her navel 'Yoni Chakra' are situated.
The directions itself are her apparel. Her two companions symbolizes
the two qualities of TARA (dark) and Raja (medium). She is alive
even though her head is severed from her body.
severed head is symbolic of introverted nature of accomplishment.
Cryptic Mantra :
HRING KLING AING VAJRA VAIROCHANIYE HOONG HOONG PHAT SWAHA'
MUDA SAISHA YA PRALAYE SAMASTA BHUVANAM BHOKTUM
KSHAMA TAMASI | SHAKTI SAPI PARATPARATARA
BHAWAWATI NAMNAPARA DAKINI DHYEYA
DHYANAPARAIH SADA SAVINAYAM BHAKTESHTA BHUTIPRADA
above mentioned cryptic mantra or the mantra should be chanted
for 1,25,000 for the accomplishment of any desire.
starting the Japa the Yantra must be worshiped.
is called Shodashi because she possesses all the sixteen Supernatural
powers (Kala). Goddess Shodashi is the most enchanting beauty
of all the ten great learnings.
who has the mantra consisting of sixteen letters, has organs
glowing like a rising sun. She has four hands and three eyes.
She is seated on the lotus, which is placed on the body of Shiva
who is lying in a peaceful posture.
has a noose, a hook, a bow and an arrow in each of her hands.
Eveready to shower blessings on her devotees, her appearance
is completely Somber & gentle and her heart is full of compassion.
devotee who takes her refuge achieves great divinity like the
deities. In fact her splendors are indescribable. Even the Vedas
are incapable of describing her greatness. Being pleased with
her devotee she gives more than he demands.
KAEL LA HRING HASA KAHALA HRING SAKALA HRING'
PASHANKUSHA SHARANSHCHAPANDHARAYANTIM SHIVAMBHAJE
desire is fulfilled if the above mentioned cryptic mantra or
the Mantra is chanted for 1,25,000 times. The number of the
chanting can be increased if the complexity of the task demands
Yantra too should be properly worshipped.
presiding of Mani-dwipa (name of a place) as described in
Devi Bhagawat is an embodiment of the Mantra 'Hrillekha' (HRIM),
Shakti and Maha Laxmi and also a companion of Lord Shiva in
all of his divine activities and is called Goddess Bhuvaneshwari.
Bhuvaneshwari is the preeminent and a nurturer of the whole
humanity. Her appearance is Somber and her complexion is red.
She blesses her devotee by making him fearless and also help
him in the accomplishment of all the powers. In the scriptures
her greatness has been described in detail.
Cryptic Mantra 'Hrim' contains the form of goddess Bhuvaneshwari.
This mantra has been called as Pranav (OM) in Devi Bhagawat.
A devotee who chants this cryptic mantra and methodically
performs 'Homa' (burnt offering), feeds the Brahmins with
complete faith and devotion himself attains divinity.
Shiva is the cause behind the evolution of this creation and
his powers lies in goddess Bhuvaneshwari. Her ambrosia nurtures
the whole world.
complexion is red like a rising Sun and has three eyes. She
possesses moon in her crown. Her soft smile gives information
about her favor and kindness. A hook and a noose in her hand
show her controlling power.
DYUTI MINDU KIRITANTUNGA KUCHANNAYANTRAYA YUKTAM SMERAMUKHIM
TVARADANKUSHA PASHA BHITIKARAM PRABHAJE BHUVANESHIM
above mentioned mantra should be chanted for 1,25,000 times
along with the worship of the Yantra for the fulfillment of
any desire or accomplishment of any task. The mantra's chanting
could be increased according to the complexity of the task.
methods for the worship of Tripura-Bhairavi have been described
in the sacred texts for the attainment of victory over the
sensual desires and all round development.
who is also called Kala-Bhairavi is the presiding goddess
of this decaying-world. Her complexion is red like the thousands
of rising-sun, wears silken apparel and has a garland of heads
around her neck. Her lips are marked with blood. She has three
eyes and possesses a moon in her crown. She has a garland
in her hand and is an embodiment of knowledge, fearlessness
and boons. There is a soft smile on her lips.
Cryptic Mantra :
HASA KARIMHA SAIN'
SAHASRA KANTIM ARUNAKSHOUMAM SHIROMALIKAM
RAKTALIPTA PAYODHARAM JAPAVATIM VIDYAMBHITIM VARAM
HASTABJAIR DHADHATIM TRINETRA VILASAO VAKTRAR AVINDASHRIYAM
HIMANSHU RATNA MUKUTAM VANDE SAMANDASMITAM
desire gets fulfilled by the chanting of above-mentioned mantra
for 1,25,000 times and by worshipping the Yantra. The chanting
can be increased depending upon the complexity of the task.
is a narration regarding goddess Dhumavati that once goddess
Parvati being tormented by great hunger requested Lord Shiva
to satisfy her hunger. But Lord Shiva did not respond. When
he did not respond even after her repeated request than
she swallowed Lord Shiva himself. Smoke came out from her
appearance. Lord Shiva told her that from now onwards her
enchanting appearance of Bhagta would be known as 'Dhuma
Dhumavati's appearance resembles that of an old woman terrifying,
always tormented by great thirst and hunger and is considered
to posses’ great powers.
'DHUNG DHUND DHUMAVATI THHAH THHAH'
CHANCHALA DUSHTA DIRGHA CHA MALINAMBARA
VIMUKTA KUNTALA RUKSHA VIDHAVA VIRALADWIJA
KAKADHVAJARATHARUDHA VILAMBITA PAYODHARA
SHURPPA HASTATIRUKSHAKSHA DHUT HASTA VARANVITA
PRAVRIDHDAGHONATU BHRISHANKUTILA KUTILEKSHANA
KSHUTPIPASARDDITA NITYAMBHAYADA KALAHASPADA
above given mantra if chanted meditatively for 1,25,000
times fulfills all kind of aspirations. The number of chanting
can be increased depending upon the complexity of the task.
worship of Baglamukhi who is also famous as 'Pitambara
Vidya' (yellow Color is prominently used in her worship)
for protection against the enemies and to defeat them,
to get victory in the legal matters, to acquire wealth,
to clear away the debts and to attain power of oratory
her worship yellow clothes, garland made of turmeric; yellow
seat and yellow flowers are used. She is the presiding goddess
who has a desire of annihilating the demons in her individual
form and carries on the destruction of commodities according
to the wishes of the almighty God.
has her abode amidst the ocean of ambrosia where her canopy
decorated with diamonds is situated and her throne is decorated
with the jewels.
complexion is yellow, wears yellow apparels, ornaments and
a garlands, which is also of yellow color. In her one hand
is a tongue of an enemy and in the other hand she holds
is a tale regarding her manifestation. In the 'Satyuga'
period once the whole world was threatened by a terrific
cyclone. Lord Vishnu being concerned about the safety of
the whole humanity went near to Haridra (reservoir) situated
in Saurashtra, to please Goddess Bhagawati by his penance.
Vidya (Baglamukhi) appeared before him, manifesting from
the water of Haridra wearing yellow apparels. She controlled
the powerful current of the threatening flood and destructive
Bagla helps the almighty god by punishing and controlling
those negative powers that try to trespass the natural flow,
She controls our speech knowledge and movement. She is capable
of giving powers (Siddhis) and fulfilling all the wishes
of her devotee like a 'Kalpa-Taru'.
HLING BAGALAMUKHI SARVVADUSHTANAM VVACHANMUKHAM
STAMBHAYA JIHVAKINLAYA KILAYA BUDDHIMNASHAYA HLING SWAHA
MADHYESUDHABDHI MANIMANDAPARATNAVEDI SINHASANOPARIGATAMPARI
PITA VARNNAM PITAMBARA BHARAN MALYA VIBHUSHITANGIDEVINNAMAMI
DHRITMUGDAR VAIRIJIHVAM JIHAGRAMADAYA KARENA DEVIM VAMENA
SHATRUNPARI PIDYANTIM GADABHICHHATEN CHA DAKSHINENA PITAMBARADHYANDVIBHUJANNAMAMI
above-mentioned cryptic mantra or the mantra if chanted
for 1,25,000 time is capable of fulfilling any desire. The
numbers of chanting can be increased depending upon the
complexity of the task. The devotee should worship the Yantra
Shiv is also known as Matang. His Shakti (power) is called
Matangi. Her complexion is dark and possesses a moon on
her forehead. The three-eyed goddess is seated on the
crown decorated with jewels. Her luster is like a blue
lotus and is destroyer of the demons (forest) like a fire.
In each of her four hands, she has a noose, a mace, an
axe and a hook. She is a destroyer of the demons by enchanting
them first with her beauty and a fulfiller of every desire
of her devotees.
is worshipped for the attainment of great powers, power
of speech, happiness in family life etc.
HRING KLING HOONG MATANGAYAIPHAT SWAHA'.
VEDAIRVABAHU DANDAIRASI KHETAKA PASHANKUSHADHARAM
above given mantra if chanted for 1,25,000 times helps
in the accomplishment of any task. A devotee should also
worship the following Yantra.
Kamla is the personified energy of Lord Vishnu and a
companion in all the divine activities of Maha Vishnu.
Her worship in reality is the worship of Shakti (Power)
the root cause of the existence of this world.
her blessings a man's life becomes full of misfortune
and miseries. Not only the humans but also the deities,
the demons, the Gandharvas (Supernatural celestial beings)
are eager to have her favors and blessings.
has her seat on the lotus flower and possesses a golden
luster in her appearance. Four elephants as white as
the snow of Himalayas surround her on four sides, holding
vessels full of gold in their trunks. Goddess Kamala
has four hands, there are lotus flowers in each of her
two hands, and her two remaining hands are in the posture
of giving boons and blessings. She has a crown on her
head and her apparel is silken.
worship gives victory, splendors, wealth etc. On the
spiritual ground, worship of all these ten great learning’s
is considered the means for attainment of salvation
and almighty god.
HRING SHRING KLING HSAOUH JAGATPRASUTYAI HOONG PHAT
HASTOTKSHIPTA HIRANMAYAMRITAGHATAIRASICHYA MANASHRIYAM
VIBHRANAVARAMABJAYUGMAMBHAYAM HASTAISKIRI TOJJVALAM
KSHOUMABADDHANITAMBA BIMBALALITAM VANDERAVINDA STHITAM
chanting of the above mantra for 1,25,000 times helps
to fulfill any desire and to accomplish any task. The
following Yantra should also be worshipped.