The second Avaranam is Shodasa Dalam, and the Chakram is Sarvasaparipuraka chakra, ‘fulfills all expectations’; The yogini is Gupta Yogini. The mental state is Swapna, the Chakra Iswari is Tripurasi and the Saktis are the sixteen starting with Kamakarshini. [KALYANI: Kamalambam Bhajare]

 

Pallavi

Kamalaambaam Bhajare Re Maanasa Kalpita Maayaa Kaaryam Tyajare

 

Anupallavi:

Kamalaavaani Sevita Paarshvaam Kambujaya Greevaam Nata Devaam

Kamalaapura Sadanaam Mrudu Gadanaam Kamaneeya Radanaam Kamala Vadanaam

 

Charanam:

Sarvaashaa Paripuraka Chakra Svaamineem Parama Shiva Kaamineem
Durvaasaarcchita Gupta Yogineem Dukha Dhvamsineem Hamsineem
Nirvaana Nija Sukha Pradaayineem Nityakalyaaneem Kaatyaayaneem
Sharvaaneem Madhupa Vijaya Venim Sad Guruguha Jananeem Niranjaneem
Garvita Bhandaasura Bhanjaneem Kaamaa Karshanyaadi Ranjaneem

Nirvishesha Chaitanya Roopineem Urvee Tatvaadi Svaroopineem

 

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Meaning (From Todd Mc Comb’s web page: :

Oh (“re”) mind (“manasa”), worship (“bhajare”) goddess Kamalamba, and cast aside (“tyajare”) attachment to this illusory (“kalpita maaya”) world (“kaaryam”).

She is (“paarshvaam”) attended (“sevitha”) on by Lakshmi (“kamala”) and Sarasvati (“vaani”).

The beauty of Her neck (“greevam”) surpasses (“jaya”) that of the conch (“kambu”).

She is worshiped (“nata”) by the celestials (“devaam”) and resides (“sadanaam”) at Kamalapura.

She speaks (“gadanaam”) softly (“mrudu”) and has beautiful (“kamaneeya”) teeth (“radanaam”).

She possesses a lotus-like (“kamala”) face (“vadanaam”).

She is the presiding deity (“svamineem”) of Sarvasha Paripuraka Chakra and is the beloved (“kamineem”) of Paramashiva.

She is the mystic (“gupta”) Yogini, worshiped (“archita”) by the sage Durvasa.

She annihilates (“dhvamsineem”) miseries (“dukha”). She is Hamsini, the supreme one in the company of great sages.

She is the bestower (“pra-daayineem”) of true (“nija”) bliss (“sukha”)through salvation (“nirvaana”). She is the ever (“nitya”) auspicious (“kalyaanim”) one.

She is also known as Katyayani and Sharvani.

Her dark tresses (“veni”) exceed (“vijaya”) the dark hue of a swarm of bees (“madhupa”).

She is the mother (“jananeem”) of noble Guruguha and is blemishless (“niranjaneem”).

She destroyed (“bhanjaneem”) the arrogant (“garvita”) Bhandasura.

She delights (“ranjaneem”) Shaktis such as (“aadi”) Kamakarshani.

She is the attributeless (“nir-vishesha”) supreme (“chaitanya”) spirit (“roopineem”) and is the form (“swaroopineem”) of the world (“urvee tatvaadi”).

 

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

2nd Avarana Keertanam:

a.       This avaranam is the Sarvasha pari-pooraka charka. According to advaita, the world is all delusion. Brahman alone is real.

b.       By reciting this mantra, one shall achieve

                           i.      The entire mercy of Sri Lalita Mahatripurasundari

                         ii.      The entire satisfaction of all desires

                       iii.      All auspicious things

iv.      Ambal’s protection.