The first Avaranam is Bhoopuram and the Chakram is Trailokyamohana chakra ‘enchants the three worlds’;The yogini is Prakata, the mental state of the aspirant is Jagrata, Chakra Iswari is Tripura and the Saktis are 28 that include the ten starting with Anima, the eight starting with Brahmya and the ten Mudra Saktis.  [ANANDA BHAIRAVI: Kamalamba Samrakshatu]

Pallavi

Kamalaambaa Samrakshatu Maam Hrut
Kamalaanagara Nivaasini

 

Anupallavi

Sumana Saaraadhita-abjamukhi Sundara Manah-Priyakara Sakhi
Kamalaja-ananda Bodhasukhi Kaantaataara Panjarashuki

 

Charanam

Tripuraadi Chakreshvari Animaadi Siddhishvari Nitya Kaameshvari
Kshitipura Trailokyamohana Chakra Vartini Prakata Yogini
Suraripu Mahishaasuraadi Marddini Nigama Puraanaadi Samvedini
Tripureshi Guruguha Janani Tripura Bhanjana Ranjani
Madhuripu Sahodari Talodari Tripura Sundari Maheshvari

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Meaning 

May goddess Kamalamba, who resides (“nivasini”) at the heart (“hrut”) of Kamalangara, protect (“samrakshatu”) me (“maam”).

Her lotus-like (“abja”) face (“mukhi”) is praised (“sa-aaradhita”) by virtuous people (“su-mana”).

She who is the beloved (“manah-priyakara”) companion (“sakhi”) of Lord Sundara-Shiva, who revels in joy (“ananda”) deriving from wisdom (“bodha”) and is very beautiful. She is like the she-parrot (“shuki”) in the center of the cage (“panjara”) known as Tara.

She is suzerain of the Chakra cosmogram (“chakra-eshwari”), i.e. tripura etc., goddess (“eshwari”) for the Siddhi powers such as Anima. She is eternal (“nitya”) and beloved of Kameshvara-Nityakameshvari.

She is the sovereign ruler (“vartini”) of the Trailokya Mohana Chakra, the circle that beguiles the three worlds. She is the manifestation (“prakata”) of Yogic power (“yogini”), conqueror of the enemies (“ripu”) of celestials (“sura”) such as Mahishasura. She is revealed  (“samvedhini”) in holy (“nigama”) scriptures (“puraana”). She is the spouse of Tripuresha-Shiva and the mother (“janani”) of Guruguha. She enjoyed (“ranjani”) the destruction (“bhanjana”) of Tripura. She is the sister (“sahodari”) of Vishnu, who is the enemy (“ripu”) of the demon Madhu. She is slender-waisted (“talodhari”), Tripurasundari the great goddess and spouse (“eshwari”) of Maheshvara.

 

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

1st Avarana Keertanam:

a.        The Navavarana kritis give the names of all the devathas of the Srichakra from Bhoopuram to Bindu.

b.       This chakram is known as Tri-Lokya Mohana Chakram (enchanter of the three lokas).

c.        By reciting this mantra 15 lakh times, one shall achieve

i.      The full mercy of Sri Lalita Mahatripurasundari

ii.      The captivation of Svarga, Madhya and Pathala lokas All prosperity.