Lalita Trishati | How To Chant Lalita Trishati Namavali | Meaning Of Kameshwari Angadevta Namas| Part-1

Kameshwari Nitya is one of the Tithi Nitya Devi of the 16 Nityas. Lalita trishati refers to 20 powers that are related to Kameshwari Nitya. 

                  In Lalita trishati namavali, there are 300 names of mother lalita. These 300 names are the angadevatas, which means family gods of all 15 Tithi Nitya devi’s. The first tithi Nitya is Kameshwari tithi, Nitya Devi. Total 20 anga devatas of kameshwari Nitya Mata, are given in lalita trishati stotram.

                In today's satsanga we will discuss some of the family gods of kameshwari Nitya Mata, given in the first 2-slokas.

lalita trishati sloka 1 and 2 meaning
Lalita Trishati Meaning Of Kameshwari Angadevta Namas Part-1

Introduction to Lalita Trishati Namavali Part-1

                  Many peoples get confused and have difficulty chanting the Sanskrit lalita trishati sloka, they are unknow of the meaning of trishati namavali, and many of them just keep on chanting without knowing the meaning of namas given in trishati.

                  In today's satsanga we will Learn how to chant sloka of lalita trishati. We will also know the meaning of Sanskrit sloka namavali. which falls under kameshwari tithi Nitya Devi.

                  We will also see how to worship Sri yantra or an idol of mother lalita or the picture of mother, with those namavali which we are going to see in this satsanga.

                  You will surely get benefits with this satsanga in your regular Pooja. I will explain how to do a short Pooja of Sri yantra or an idol or photo frame of the mother lalita.  


What we will learn in this satsanga?

1)      The 1st and 2nd shloka are related to kameshwari Nitya in Lalita Trishati Sloka. How To Chant The Sanskrit Sloka.

2)      How To Chant 1st and 2nd Sloka Namavali|What is the Meaning Of Sloka Namavali|

3)      How To Worship Sriyantra or idol or picture of Devi with Lalita Trishati Namavali.


The 1st and 2nd shloka related to kameshwari Nitya in Lalita Trishati Sloka | How To Chant The Sanskrit Sloka |

                  The Beeja mantra of Kameshwari Nitya Devi as per trishati is  “ ka “. There are four slokas in the trishati stotram which represents first Nitya Devi, the kameshwari. Now let us see the first two slokas of stotram. Please check the below link of youtube videos in this post, for pronunciation in both languages, English and Hindi.


1)         The first (1st) sloka of lalita trishati is-


Kakarrupa Kalyani Kalyangunshalini.

Kalyanasailanilaya Kamaniya Kalavati  || 1 ||


2)         The second (2nd) sloka of lalita trishati is-


Kamalakshi Kalmasaghani Karunamritsagara.

Kadamba-kananavasa Kadamba-kusumpriya  || 2 ||


How To Chant 1st and 2nd Sloka Namavali|What is the Meaning Of Sloka Namavali|


       Ka kara-rupayai means Devi lalita is an embodiment of that ka Akshara.

       I bow down to Mother lalita who is represented by the letter 'ka' that is, who has the 'beej Akshara of 'ka' at the beginning of the 'mantra'. As per 'Soundarya Lahari' 'ka' represents Shiva, the ultimate supreme Brahma who is the creator Hence, Lalitambika is Brahma who is the creator of the Universe.

       Ka has the quality of protecting the world by providing the basic need of all life because it also represents water.

       She is the repository of 'Amruta' which' is in 'Sahastradala chakra.

       Ka also represents blissfulness (Ananda) and implies 'Parabrahma'. It is the embodiment of 'ka- vidya' or 'Brahma vidya' what we called god realization.



       Kalyana means happiness of all kinds. Hence, she is the embodiment of pure bliss. She grants happiness to her devotees as she resides in everyone's body as a soul.

       Lalita Mata is endowed with all pleasant qualities and grants him the same qualities, whoever worships her.

       Mother is the personification of all arts. They may be 'Chandrakalas' or 64-Kalas.with this art, she always tries to make Kalyana of sadhaka means she always prefers to take sadhaka to a higher level in the spiritual and material world.


       Kalyan-gunshalinyai means lalita Devi having all gunas which we see in that highest blissful state.

       ‘Kalyana' represents happiness or complete bliss. Which is unparalleled bliss (pure happiness). Devi has all these qualities.

       she is already in a blissful state. The meaning of this nama here is,  when sadhaka meditates on her, at a certain stage of meditation he also experiences the blissful state. That guna of Devi which makes sadhakas Kalyana, sadhakas development starts appearing in sadhaka by his sadhana.

       A great amount of wealth becomes attainable by Her one look. If she is happy by the prayer of any kind of devotee like gods, humans, or may it be a demon. All are her children. She takes care of everyone, who tries to reach her.



       Kalya-Shaila-nilaayai means Tripura Sundari resides on that blissful mountain.

       Symbolically it is said that Shaila means a strong and huge rocky mountain that cannot be destroyed.

       Devi has an abode in the huge rocky mountain of bliss. Here that rocky mountain represents the abode which is called 'Maha Meru' which is Kalyana Shaila (see in Lalita Sahastranama. ). This maha Meru is in our Sahasrara chakra, which is the place of lalita Tripura Sundari representing param Shiva and Shakti.



       Kamaniyayai means the mother is desirable to everyone.

       Mother lalita is the embodiment of bliss so she is very desirable, and she is one who grants everything which is desirable- for which a devotee prays, and hence she is desired by her devotees and devotees worship her with devotion.

       For the devotees, she appears in the most beautiful form in front of them and is hence Desirable by the devotees of any kind.



       Kalavatiyai means mother resides in each and every Kala whatever it may be in this universe because every Kala has appeared from mother.

       64 'Kalaas' and other Kalas have appeared from Devi.

       She is also manifested in 16 Kalas of the moon, which are her supreme Kalas or we can say supreme vidyas or knowledge, they rule the whole universe. Those are known as 16 tithi Nitya Devi.



       Kamala-akshayai means Devi has beautiful eyes like the petals of a lotus.

       The eyes of the mother are like lotus. Which are incomparable in the whole universe.

       When she looks to kameshwara with her beautiful lotus-like eyes, Mahaganapati was appeared from Mata to destroy the vighna yantra was created by the bhandasura army.



       Kalma-shaghnyai means she dissolves each and every karma of her devotee.

       Divine mother destroys the dirt of sins which is accumulated by our previous karmas she will free her devotees from all sins.

       With the fire of Gnyana, means the fire of Atma gyana, self-realization, and God-realization mother destroys the fruits of all Karmas when devotee reaches that state with the grace of mother.



       Karuna-amrita-Sagara means she is very compassionate towards all her devotees.

       Mother is the ocean of the nectar of compassion, she never has duality against anyone. She always treats her all children equally. whoever it may be, according to his or her desire if he is eligible she grants everything without any condition.

       She is like the ocean of the 'Amrita' of 'Moksha' for the devotees. All devotees attain that state of moksha through their sadhanas which are like amrita, where there is no death.

       Mother lalita is the embodiment of supreme Brahma, where there is no duality. only one supreme Paramatma resides everywhere.



       Kadamba-kananaa-vaasa means, who resides in the forest of 'Kadamba' trees.

       Here kadamba indicates a kind of 'Kalpa vruksha' - a tree that grants all desires. This means she resides in the middle of numerous and beautiful trees.

       Here it means the place where she lives is like a Kalpa vruksha when we rich there by our sadhana, we can have anything that we want by the grace of mother.



       Kadamba-kusuma priya means mother Lalita loves the flowers of 'Kadamba' trees. Kusuma is a blissful flower that means a blissful state.

       Here it is shown that when we reach that place of bliss by our sadhana, we always remain in that blissful state, from which we never want to come out again.


                   These are the divine names of mother Lalita. Kameshwari Nitya is the one form of divine lalita and the names given in sloka 1 and 2 are the angadevtas, the gods related to mother kameshwari. Which we have known.


How To Worship Sriyantra or idol or photo frame of Devi with Lalita Trishati Namavali|

                  Many people will think that we must compulsory worship Sri yantra or the idol of mother lalita, with all the names of lalita trishati. But believe me, it is not like that.

                  First, you must understand that each and every name of mother given in lalita trishati is a single divine power, having its own separate deity, separate supreme intelligence.

                   So even if you chant a single name from this stotra you surely get blessings of mother according to that particular nama which you are chanting.


Now let us see the process of worship.

       First, you keep an idol or photo frame or Sri yantra in front of you, mother always checks your bhakti, devotion towards her, she will never give the importance to the material what you use to worship her because the material which we use to worship her is created by her. It is not our own. So always be devoted towards her.

       You must be facing to the north side.

       Cleanse yourself, Pooja room, mothers idol, Sri yantra, or photo frame and sit to worship mother as you like.

       Offer mother some flowers or incense stick or kumkum.

       Take water in hand and make a Sankalpa, ask what you want, and pour the water on the ground.

       You can download lalita trishati link given below

       Start chanting lalita trishati. Here you can arrange your sadhana according to your daily routine. You can chant only the first sloka namavali. You must chant 9 times each mantra every day with a separate nama as we saw before.

             The next day you can chant the second sloka namavali for 9 times each nama, and similarly every day you can chant each sloka namavali till you finish your stotram. Or

       You can chant the whole trishati stotram if you are familiar with it.

       Offer kumkum or red flower petals while chanting each nama mantra and you can finish your Pooja with your gratitude towards your mother.

       Remember one thing, to get the full benefits of lalita trishati, you should take Sri vidya Deeksha. To take Deeksha from my guru parampara please click here for srividya Deeksha or you can visit your know srividya guruji to take srividya Deeksha.

       Without Deeksha, you can chant the stotram, but you have to work a lot to bring that supreme consciousness within you.

                  Still doing this, mother always will guide you to go for Deeksha, as the knowledge of secret srividya, can be gained by only that devotee. who has taken guru Deeksha?


Please check the below video links of this post.

01) Please Click For English Video-Link 

02) Please Click For Hindi Video-Link 


                  In this satsanga, we saw 11 divine names of mother lalita. Mother lalita has taken 15 forms called 15-tithi Nitya devis. The name of the first Nitya Devi is Kameshwari tithi, Nitya Devi.

                     The first 4-slokas of Lalita trishati, starting from the letter ‘ka’, are the main gods which are related to mother kameshwari. From 4 sloka, we saw 2-slokas in this satsanga.

Please download the lalita trishati stotra pdf

Please visit our English and Hindi youtube channels, for new videos.

In the next satsanga of lalita trishati stotram, we will discuss the next 2 slokas related to kameshwari tithi Nitya Devi.


Thank you all devotees








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