The ninth Avaranam is the Bindu  and the highest Chakram is Sarvanandamaya chakra , ‘replete with bliss’. The mental state is Savikalpa Samadhi; the Chakra Iswari is Maha Tripura Sundari and the Shakti is Maha Tripura Sundai, the very personification of Para  Brahman. [AHIRI: Shree Kamalaambaa Jayati]

 

Ragam: Ahiri (20th mela janyam)

 

Pallavi

Shri Kamalaambaa Jayati Ambaa Shri Kamalaambaa Jayati Jagadaambaa

Shri Kamalaambaa Jayati Shringaara Rasa Kadambaa Madambaa
Shri Kamalaambaa Jayati Chidbimbaa Pratibimbendu Bimbaa

Shri Kamalaambaa Jayati Shreepura Bindu Madhyastha

Chintaamani Mandirastha Shivaakaara Manchasthita Shivakaameshaankasthaa

 

Anupallavi

Sukara-ananaadya-arccita Mahaa-tripura
Sundarim Raajaraajeshvareem
Shreekara Sarva-ananda-maya Chakra-vaasinim Suvaasinim Chintayeham
Divaakara Sheetakirana Paavakaadi Vikaasakarayaa
Bheekara Taapa-traya-adi Bhedana Dhurinatarayaa
Paakaripu Pramukhaadi Praarthita-Sukalebarayaa
Praakatya Paraaparayaa Paalitodayaakarayaa

 

Charanam

Shrimaatre Namaste Chinmaatre Sevita Ramaa Harisha Vidhaatre
Vaamaadi Shaktipujita Paradevataayaah Sakalam Jaatam
Kaamaadi Dvaadashabhir-upaasita Kaadi Haadi Saadi Mantra-rupinyaah
Premaaspada Shiva Guruguha Jananyaam Pritiyukta Macchittam Vilayatu
Brahmamaya Prakaashini Naamaroopa Vimarshini Kaamakalaa Pradarshini Saamarasya Nidarshini

 

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Hail (“jayati”) my mother (“amba”), Shri Kamalamba. Hail (“jayati”) to the mother of the world, Shri Kamalamba.

You are the personification of Shringara Rasa, the essence of the sentiment (“rasa”) of love (“sringaara”).

Oh my mother, You are the reflection (“pratibimbe”) of the entity (“bimba”) of consciousness (“chid”), Cidbimba, residing at the orb of the moon that shows the reflection of the original orb, void of consciousness.

She who resides (“asta”) in Bindu Chakra, which is the center (“madhya”) of Shripura, inside the temple (“mandira”), which is made of the wish-fulfilling (“chintaa”) gem (“mani”) Chintamani,

She is in the embrace (“Ankastha”) of Shiva on (“sthita”) the couch (“macha”) of the form (“aakaara”) of Shiva.

I meditate on Mahatripurasundari, who is propitiated (“archita”) by the goddess with the boar’s face (“sukara”), Varahi, and others (“ananaadya”).

She is the suzerain (“raaja”) empress (“rajeshwareem”).

She is the auspicious one (“shree-kara”) who dwells (“vaasineem”) in the circle replete (“maya”) with all (“sarva”) bliss (“ananda”).

She is Suvasini.

I am protected (“chintayeham”) by Her.

She makes (“karayaa”) the sun (“divaakara”), the moon (“sheetakirana”) and the fire (“paava”) manifest (“vikaasa”) themselves.

She is skillful (“tarayaa”) in removing (“durithana”) the three (“traya”) terrible sufferings (“thaapa”) such as Adhyatmika, etc (“aadi”).

 She possesses the beautiful (“sukale”) form (“bharayaa”) assumed to grant the prayers (“praarthitha”) of Indra (“paakaari”) and the other (“aadi”) gods (“pramukha”).

She manifests (“paakatya”) both as the supreme (“apara”) and as empirical (“para”) objects.

She is compassionate (“palito-dayaa-karayaa”).

I salute Her (“namaste”), auspicious (“shree”) mother (“matre”), pure (“maatre”) consciousness (“chin”).

She is worshiped by Lakshmi (“ramaa”), Vishnu (“hari”), Rudra (“eesha”), and Brahma (“vidhaatha”).

Everything (“sakalam”) is born (“jaatam”) of the supreme (“para”) deity (“devataayaah”) who is worshiped (“pujitha”) by the Shaktis such as Vama, etc (“aadi”).

She has the form (“rupinyah”) of the Mantra which begins (“aadi”) with the letters Ka, Ha, Sa, (“kaadi, haadi, saadi) etc., the mantra which is worshiped and meditated upon (“upaasita”) by the twelve (“dvadasha”) savants (“bhir”), Kama and others.

Let my (“maa”) loving mind (“chittam”) be dissolved (“vilayatu”) in Her, whose beloved (“prema”) is Shiva, and who is the mother (“jananyaam”) of Guruguha.

You embody the light (“prakaashini”) that is Brahman, are the divine omniscience (“vimarshini”) that contains all phenomena and their names (“naama”).

You reveal (“pra-darshini”) Kaamakala and the insights (“rasya”) revealing (“nidarshini”) one’s perfect identity (“saama”).

 

Notes from Sri Dikshita Kirtana Mala by Sri. A. Sundaram Iyer:

9th Avarana Keertanam:

1)     This avarana is the Sarva Anandamaya charka.

2)     Sri Maha Tripurasundari awards all sweetness, prosperity, auspicious things and supreme bliss to the devotee.

3)     The twelve devotees:

a.      Manu

b.      Moon

c.      Kubera

d.      Lopamudra

e.      Manmatha

f.       Agastya

g.      Nandikeswara

h.      Sun

i.       Vishnu

j.       Shanmukha

k.      Shiva

l.       Durvasa.

 

Courtesy : shivkumar.org