The eighth Avaranam is Trikonam; the Chakram is Sarvasiddhiprada chakra, ‘grants all perfection’; the Yogini is Ati Rahasya Yogini. The mental state is Nitidhyasanam; the Chakra Iswari is Tripuramba and the Saktis are the three starting with Kameshwari. [GHANTA: Shree Kamalaambike Avaava]

 

Ragam: Ghanta (20th mela janyam)

Pallavi

Shri Kamalaambike Avaava
Shive Karadhruta Shuka Shaarike

 

Anupallavi

Lokapaalini Kapaalini Shoolini Lokajanani Bhagamaalini Shakrudaa
Aalokaya Maam Sarva Siddhipradaayike Tripuraambike Baalaambike

 

Charanam

Santapta Hema Sannibha Dehe Sadaa-akhandaika-rasa-pravaahe
Santa-apahara Trikona-gehe Sa-kaameshvari Shakti-samuhe
Santatam Mukti Ghantaamani Ghosaayamaana Kavaata-dvaare
Ananta Guruguha Vidite – Karaahnguli Nakhodaya Vishnu Dashaavataare –
Antahkaraneksu Kaarmuka – Shabdaadi Pancha Tanmaatra Vishikhaatyanta
Raagapaasha Dvesa-ankusha Dharakare Atirahasya Yoginipare

 

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Original: T.K. Govinda Rao’s book):

May goddess Kamalambika, spouse (“shive”) of Shiva, She who (“shaarike”) holds (“druta”) a parrot (“shuka”) in Her hand (“kara”), protect me (“avaava”).

She is the protector (“paalini”) of the world (“loka”).

She is adorned with the Kapala skull  (“kapaalini”) and the Shula trident (“shoolini”).

Mother of the universe (“shakrudaa”) and also known as Bhagamalini.

May She bestow Her glance (“alokaya”) on me (“maam”), and confer all (“sarva”) accomplishments (“siddhi”) on me.

She is Tripurambika and Balambika.

Her body (“dehe”) is like (“sannibha”) burnished (“santapta”) gold (“hema”).

She is the eternal (“sadaa”) stream (“pravaahe”) of undifferentiated (“akhanda”) unique (“eka”) bliss (“rasa”).

She is the remover (“apahara”) of sufferings (“santa”).

She resides (“gehe”) in the Trikona triangle, which obliterates the three kinds of miseries.

She is in the company (“sa”) of Kameshvari and a host (“samuhe”) of Shaktis.

In the wide (“kavaata”) doorway (“dvaare”) of Her abode, wherein the jewelled bell (“ghantaa-mani”) constantly (“santatam”) announces (“ghosaayamaana”) salvation (“mukthi”).

She is understood (“vidite”) by Guruguha, who is eternal (“ananta”).

From Her ten fingernails (“kara-anguli-nakho”), She created (“udaya”) the ten (“dasha”) incarnations (“avataare”) of Vishnu.

She is the supremely (“ati”) secret (“rahasya”) Yogini, who holds (“dhara”) in Her four hands (“kare”) the sugar cane (“ikshu”) bow (“kaarmuka”) symbolising the mind (“antahkarana”), five arrows symbolising the five (“pancha”) Tanmatras – essences, sounds (“shabda”) etc (“aadi”) of the five elements, the noose (“paasha”) symbolising attachment (“raaga”), and the goad (“ankusha”) symbolising hatred (“dvesha”).

 

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

8th Avarana Keertanam:

1)     This avaranam is known as Sarva Siddhiprada chakram.

2)     He who recites this continuously is certain to get every desire fulfilled.

Courtesy: shivkumar.org