The Seventh Avaranam is Asthakonam; the Chakram is Sarvarogahara chakra, ‘cures all ills’; the Yogini is Rahasya Yogini. The mental state is Mananam; the chakra Iswari is Tripura Siddhaa and the Saktis are the eight, starting with Vashini. [SAHANA: Shree Kamalaambikaayaam Bhaktim Karomi]

 

Ragam: Sahana (28th mela janyam)

 

Pallavi

Shree Kamalaambikaayaam Bhaktim Karomi
Shritakalpa Vaatikaayaam
Chandikaayaam Jagadambikaayaam

 

Anupallavi

Raakaachandra Vadanaayaam Raajiva-nayanaayaam
Paakaarinuta Charanaayaam Aakaashaadi Kiranaayaam Hrimkaara Vipina-harinyaam Hrimkaara-Susharirinyaam
Hrimkaara Taru Manjaryaam Hrimkaareshvaryaam Gauryaam

 

Charanam

Sharira-traya Vilakshana Sukhatara Svaatmaanu Bhoginyaam
Virinci Harishaana Harihaya Vedita Rahasyayoginyaam
Paraadi Vaagdevataa-rupa-vashinyaadi Vibhaaginyaam
Charaatmaka Sarva-roga-hara Niraamaya Raaja-yoginyaam
Karadhruta Vinaa Vaadinyaam Kamalaanagara Vinodinyaam
Sura-nara-munijana-modinyaam
Guruguha-vara-prasaadinyaam

 

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Original: T.K. Govinda Rao’s book):

I offer (“karomi”) my devotion (“bhaktim”) to my mother (“ambika”), Shri Kamalambika.

She who resides in the garden (“vaatikayaam”) palace of the wish-fulfilling (“srita-kalpa”) gem Kalpavatika, and to Chandika, the mother (“ambika”) of the universe (“jagad”).

She who has a lovely moon-like (“raaka-chandra”) face (“vadanaayaam”).

Her eyes (“nayanaayaam”) are like the lotus bud (“rajeeva”).

Her feet (“charanaayaam”) are praised (“nuta”) by Indra (“paakaa-aari”).

Her rays (“kiranaayaam”) are the five elements such as sky (“akaasha”) etc (“aadi”).

She is the gazelle-eyed (“harinyaam”) in the forest (“vipina”) of Hrim (“hreem-kaara”).

She who is the embodiment (“su-shareerinyaam” or “Taru manjaryaam”) of Hrim.

She is the presiding deity (“eeshvaryaam”)  for the Mantra (“kaara”) Hrim.

She is Gauri.

She rejoices (“bhoginyaam”) in Her own (“swa”) self (“aatmaanu”) of supreme bliss (“sukhatara”), the self which transcends (“vi-lakshana”) the three (“traya”) states of existence (“shareera”): the casual, the subtle, and the gross.

She who is the mystic (“rahasya”) Yogini (“yoginyaam”), known only (“vedita”) to Brahma (“virinchi”), Vishnu (“hari”), Rudra (“haya”), and Hayagriva (“harishaana”).

She is differentiated (“vibhaaginyaam”) as the Shakti Vasini, etc (“para-aadi”). and as the four states of development, the deity (“devata-rupa”) of speech (“vaag”).

She is the healing Raja Yogini, who removes (“hara”) all (“sarva”) illness (“roga”), which is essentially transient (“niraamaya”).

She who plays (“vaadhinyaam”) the Vina, which She holds (“druta”) in Her hands (“kara”).

She who delights (“vinodinyaam”) in Kamalanagara.

She charms (“modhinyaam”) the Gods (“sura”), men (“nara”) and sages (“munijana”).

She grants Guruguha the boon (“prasaadhinyaam”) of Her grace (“vara”).

 

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

7th Avarana Keertanam:

a.      This avaranam is known as Sarvarogahara chakram.

b.      He who recites the mantram of this avaranam 15 lakhs of times is certain-

                      i.     To be freed from all diseases

                     ii.     To be endowed with strength in every limb

                   iii.     To have the gift of longevity

                    iv.     To lead a happy life.

Some opine that the recitation of the mantra for even 3 lakhs of times will yield some of the above fruits.

Courtesy: shivkumar.org