FIFTEEN NITYAS

“The chakra of the letters of the alphabet is based upon time and so is identical with the sidereal (of the constellations) 
zodiac.” – Tantraraja Tantra

The full circle of the Nityas also represents the 21,600 breaths a human being takes in a full day and night. As such, the Nityas are the Kalachakra, or Wheel of Time.

Tantraraja, the Dakshinamurti Samhita and the Jnanarnava Tantra, as well as the Kalpasutra, which seems to be the primary source.Yantras and mantras, where given, are drawn from Tantraraja, although it is necessary to point out that the Dakshinamurti Samhita gives somewhat different versions.

Dakshinamurti Samhita

three gunas and her five elements of aether, air, fire, water and earth. 

Their names appear in the first chapter of Vamakeshvara Tantra. 

Time (kala), Space (deha) and a combination of the two.

he sixteenth Kala called Sadakhya should be viewed as one with Lalita or the Supreme Deity Herself

identity between space, time, Tripurasundari and the individual 

Courtesy :-

https://chidananda4444.wixsite.com/indianmeditation/single-post/2017/12/28/WHAT-IS-THE-MYSTERY-OF-FIFTEEN-NITYAS-OF-SRI-YANTRA-PART-02

FIFTEEN NITYAS

“The chakra of the letters of the alphabet is based upon time and so is identical with the sidereal (of the constellations) 
zodiac.” – Tantraraja Tantra

The full circle of the Nityas also represents the 21,600 breaths a human being takes in a full day and night. As such, the Nityas are the Kalachakra, or Wheel of Time.

Tantraraja, the Dakshinamurti Samhita and the Jnanarnava Tantra, as well as the Kalpasutra, which seems to be the primary source.Yantras and mantras, where given, are drawn from Tantraraja, although it is necessary to point out that the Dakshinamurti Samhita gives somewhat different versions.

Dakshinamurti Samhita

three gunas and her five elements of aether, air, fire, water and earth. 

Their names appear in the first chapter of Vamakeshvara Tantra. 

Time (kala), Space (deha) and a combination of the two.

he sixteenth Kala called Sadakhya should be viewed as one with Lalita or the Supreme Deity Herself

identity between space, time, Tripurasundari and the individual 

Courtesy :-

https://chidananda4444.wixsite.com/indianmeditation/single-post/2017/12/28/WHAT-IS-THE-MYSTERY-OF-FIFTEEN-NITYAS-OF-SRI-YANTRA-PART-02

FIFTEEN NITYAS

“The chakra of the letters of the alphabet is based upon time and so is identical with the sidereal (of the constellations) 
zodiac.” – Tantraraja Tantra

The full circle of the Nityas also represents the 21,600 breaths a human being takes in a full day and night. As such, the Nityas are the Kalachakra, or Wheel of Time.

Tantraraja, the Dakshinamurti Samhita and the Jnanarnava Tantra, as well as the Kalpasutra, which seems to be the primary source.Yantras and mantras, where given, are drawn from Tantraraja, although it is necessary to point out that the Dakshinamurti Samhita gives somewhat different versions.

Dakshinamurti Samhita

three gunas and her five elements of aether, air, fire, water and earth. 

Their names appear in the first chapter of Vamakeshvara Tantra. 

Time (kala), Space (deha) and a combination of the two.

he sixteenth Kala called Sadakhya should be viewed as one with Lalita or the Supreme Deity Herself

identity between space, time, Tripurasundari and the individual 

Courtesy :-

https://chidananda4444.wixsite.com/indianmeditation/single-post/2017/12/28/WHAT-IS-THE-MYSTERY-OF-FIFTEEN-NITYAS-OF-SRI-YANTRA-PART-02

ദേവി Devi അമ്മ Mother

_*ദേവി ചിന്തകൾ*_

*മുപ്പട്ടു ചൊവ്വ ഭിനത്തിൽഭദ്രകാളി, പ്രീതിക്ക് ചെയ്യേണ്ടവ!*

*ദേവിയുടെ രൗദ്രഭാവമാണ് ഭദ്രകാളി. അജ്ഞതയെ ഇല്ലാതാക്കി ജ്ഞാനം ചൊരിഞ്ഞ് പ്രപഞ്ചത്തെ പരിപാലിക്കാനായാണ് ഭദ്രകാളി ജന്മം കൊണ്ടത്. കാളീദേവി മുപ്പട്ടു ചൊവ്വ ദിനത്തിൽ ദേവീ പ്രീതികരമായ കർമങ്ങൾ അനുഷ്ഠിക്കുന്നത് ഉത്തമമാണ്. വൈകുന്നേരം നാമജപത്തോടെ ദേവീക്ഷേത്രദർശനം നടത്തി പൂജ തൊഴുതാൽ സർവൈശ്വര്യങ്ങളും ലഭിക്കുമെന്നാണ് വിശ്വാസം. ദേവി നാമം ദേവി കിർത്തനം, എന്നിവ ജപിക്കാവുന്നതാണ്. തെളിഞ്ഞ മനസ്സോടെയുള്ള ഭക്തന്റെ പ്രാർഥന ദേവി കേൾക്കാതിരിക്കില്ല. ജീവിതത്തിലെ എല്ലാ പ്രതിസന്ധിഘട്ടങ്ങളെയും ദുരിതങ്ങളെയും തരണം ചെയ്യാൻ അമ്മയുടെ കരുതലെന്ന പോലെ ദേവി ഭക്തനെ പ്രാപ്തനാക്കും. മുപ്പട്ടു ചൊവ്വ ദിനത്തിൽ രാവിലെയോ, സന്ധ്യക്കോ വിളക്ക് കൊളുത്തി ദേവീപ്രീതികരമായ നാമങ്ങളും കിർത്തന ജപിച്ചാൽ കുടുംബൈശ്വര്യം വർധിക്കും.*

*ഭദ്രകാളീ സ്തുതി*

കാളി കാളി മഹാകാളീ-ഭദ്രകാളീ നമോസ്തുതേ

കുലം ച കുലധര്‍മ്മം ച- മാം ച പാലയ പാലയ

*ദേവീ സ്തുതി*

ഓം സർവ്വ ചൈതന്യരൂപാംതാം ആദ്യാം ദേവീ ച ധീമഹി

ബുദ്ധിം യാനഹ: പ്രചോദയാത്

കാർത്ത്യായനി മഹാമയേ ഭവാനി ഭുവനേശ്വരീ

സംസാര സാഗരേ മഗ്നം മാമുദ്ധര കൃപാമയി

ബ്രഹ്മ വിഷ്ണു ശിവാരാധ്യേ പ്രസീത ജഗദംബികേ

മനോഭിലഷിതം ദേവീ വരം ദേഹി നമോസ്തുതേ

സര്‍വ്വ മംഗള മംഗല്യേ ശിവേ സര്‍വാര്‍ത്ഥ സാധികേ

ശരണ്യേ ത്രയംബകേ ഗൗരീ നാരായണീ നമോസ്തുതേ ”

സർവ്വ സ്വരൂപേ സർവ്വേശേ സർവ്വശക്തി സമന്വിതേ

ഭയേഭ്യ സ്ത്രാഹിനോ ദേവീ ദുർഗ്ഗാ ദേവി നമോസ്തുതേ

ജ്വാലാകരാളമത്യുഗ്രം അശേഷാസുരസൂധനം

ത്രിശൂലം പാദുനോ ദേവീ ഭദ്രകാളീ നമോസ്തുതേ.

_ശ്രീ.ഹരി എമ്പ്രാന്തിരി_
_അറിവാണ് ശക്തി_

The Recursive Universe

http://www.harekrsna.com/sun/features/09-12/features2582.htm

Sri Yantra

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Navratri Celeberations 2012

Navratri History:
Shastras of Sanathana Dharma/Indology confirms the existence oftraditional practices of various Shakthi Poojas.
There are several myths and legends associated with celebration of this Navratri Festival.
As per one legend Mahishasura the mighty demon worshipped Lord Shiva and obtained the power of eternity. So he started to kill and harass innocent people and set out to win seven lokas. Intimated by his power all the gods from swargaloka appealed to Lord Shiva to tame the demon. Then Brahma, Vishnu and Maheshwar (Shiva) united their supreme powers and created a divine being called Shakti or Durga the Warrior Goddess. Mahishasura who happened to see this divine beauty Durga got mesmerized by her beauty and approached her with the intention of marriage. Goddess Durga agreed to marry him but in one condition that Mahishasura should win over her in duel. Mahishasura who was proudy of his power agreed for the duel. The duel went on for 9 nights and the end of 9th night Goddess Durga beheaded Mahishasura. So the nine nights for which the war was fought is called Navrathri. The tenth day is celebrated as Vijayadashmi.

According to other legend King Daksha of Himalayas had a beautiful and Virtuos daughter Uma who had a wish to marry Lord Shiva. As a result she worshipped Lord Shiva and pleased him. Lord Shiva married Uma. Once Uma visited her parents to participate in a Yagna conducted over there, during that time King Daksha insulted Lord Shiva unable to bear the insults meted on her husband Uma decided to end her life by jumping into the agnikund where she was united with the eternity. Henceforth she was also known as Sati. Sati was reborn again and peace was restored between her and parents. In that birth also she married Lord Shiva and lived happily thereafter. It is believed that Sati comes to stay with her parents for 9 days in every year and that time is celebrated as Navarathri.

One hypothesis states that in ancient times Kshatriyas debarred themselves from participating any warlike activities during monsoon season. Once monsoons got over they found the time to start afresh with their war activities. So before the start of their war journey these Kshatriyas worshipped different aspects of Devi for 9 days which is today celebrated as the Navratri.

According to one legend Lord Rama who wanted to release Sita from the clutches of mighty demon king Ravana prayed Goddess Durga in nine aspects for nine days in order to gather the strength and power to kill Ravana. Those nine nights became to be known as Navrathri and on the tenth day Rama killed Ravana that day is called Vijayadashmi or Dashera.

Nine different manifestations of Durga are worshipped during Navratri

Navarathri Puja is done differently on the all nine days. Here is the way by which Navratri Pooja is performed traditionally (Some customs may vary from region to region)

1.Durga :goddess beyond reach

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2.Bhadrakali the auspicious power of time

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3.Amba or Jagdamba: mother of the world

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4.Annapurna: giver of food and plenty

5.Sarvamangala: auspicious goddess

6.Bhairavi: terrible, fearful, power of death

7.Chandika or Handi: violent, wrathful, furious

8.Lalita: playful
9.Bhavani: giver of existence.

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– Kalash Sthapana
– Devata Pooja
– Sapta Sati Pooja
– Akhanda Deepa
– Mala Bandhana
– Upavasa (During day time)
– Suvasini Pooja
– Kumari Pooja
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