This avarana is known as Sarva Rakshakara chakra, which has 10 petals and which is at the center of the fire that is the form of the 10 kalas.


Ragam: Punnaagavaraali (8th mela janyam)

Pallavi

Kamalaambikaayaastava Bhaktoham
Shree Shankaryaah Shrikaryaa Sangitarasikaayaah Shree

 

Anupallavi

Suma-shara-eksu Kodanda Paasha-ankusha Paanyaah
Ati-madhuratara-vaanyaah Sharvaanyaah Kalyaanyah
Ramaniya-punnaagavaraali Vijita Venyaah Shree

 

Charanam

Dasha-kala-atmaka Vahni Svaroopa Prakaasha-antar-dashaara
Sarva Rakshaakara Chakreshvaryaah
Tridasha-adi-nuta

Kachavarga Dvaya Maya Sarvajhnaadi
Dasha-shakti-sameta Malini Chakra-eshvaryaah
Tri-dashavim-shad-varna Garbhini Kundalinyaah
Dasha-mudraa Sama-araadhita Kaulinyaah
Dasharathaadinuta Guruguha Janaka Shiva Bodhinyaah
Dashakarana Vrutti Mareechi Nigarbha Yoginyaah Shree

 

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I am (“aham”) the devotee (“bhakta”) of (“astava”) Kamalambika.

She is the spouse (“aryaah”) of Shankara.

She, the bestower (“kara”) of prosperity (“shri”), is fond (“rasikaayaah”) of music (“san-geeta”).

She who sports in Her four hands (“paanyaah”) the arrows (“shara”) of flowers (“suma”), sugar cane (“ikshu”) as bow (“kodanda”), the rope noose (“Pasha”), and the goad (“Ankusha”).

Her speech (“vaanyaah”) is mellifluous (“ati-madhuratara”).

She is the spouse (“aanyaah”) of Shiva (“sharva”).

She is the personification of goodness (“kalyaanyaah”).

Her braided hair (“veni”) excels (“vijitha”) the beauty of lovely black bees (“varaali”) which swarm around the Punnaga tree.

She is established (“aatmaka”) in the ten (“dasha”) Kalas.

Her essential nature (“swaroopa”) is the fire (“Vahni”).

She manifests (“parakaasha”) in the inner (“antar”) circle having ten triangles (“dasha-aara”).

She is the goddess (“eshvarya”) of the Chakra Sarvarakshakara, protecting all.

She is worshiped (“nuta”) by gods (“tridasha”) and others (“aadi”).

She is of the form of the ten letters (“dvaya maya”) of the Ka and Ca groups (“varga”).

She is the goddess of the circle of Malini, which has (“sameta”) ten (“dasha”) Shaktis such as Sarvajna etc.

She is (“garbhini”)  Kundalini, encompassing the fifty letters (“tri-dasha-shad-varna”).

She is the goddess Kaulini, propitiated (“sama-aaraadhita”) by ten (“dasha”) Mudras.

She is worshiped (“nuta”) by Dasharatha and others (“aadi”).

She bestows knowledge (“bodhinyaah”) on Shiva, the father (“janaka”) of Guruguha.

The rays of Her inner (“nigarbha”) radiance (“yoginyaah”) constitute the functioning (“vrutti”) of the ten (“dasha”) Indriyas (“karana”), the ten sense and motor organs.

 

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

6th Avarana Keertanam:

He who recites the mantram of this avaranam 15 lakhs of times will become entitled to the abundant grace of Sri Paradevata and also to protection from all kinds of illness.

 

Courtesy : shivkumar.org