The fifth Avaranam is Bahirdasaram; the Chakram is Sarvarthasadhakachakra, is the ‘accomplisher of all’; the Yogini is Kulotteerna yogini. The mental state is Guroopa Sadanam; the Chakra Iswari is Tripura Sri and the Saktis are the ten starting with Sarva Siddhi Prada. [BHAIRAVI: Shree Kamalaambikaayaah Param Nahire]

Pallavi

Shree Kamalaambaayaah Param Nahire Re Chitta
Kshityaadi Shivaanta Tatva Svaroopinyaah

 

Anupallavi

Shreekantha Vishnu Virinchaadi Janayitrayaah
Shivaatmaka Vishvakartryaah Kaarayitryaah

Shreekara Bahirdashaara Chakra Sthityaah
Sevita Bhairavi Bhaargavee Bhaaratyaah

 

Charanam:

Naadamaya Sukshmarupa Sarva Siddhipradaadi Dasha Shaktyaaraadhita Moorthe
Shrotraadi Dasha Karana-aatmaka Kula Kauli Kaadi Bahuvidhopaasita Keertthe
Abheda Nitya Shuddha Buddha Mukta Saccida Anandamaya Paramaadvaita Sphurtthe
Aadi Madhyaanta Rahitaaprameya  Guruguha Modita Sarva Arttha Saadhaka Sphurtte
Mulaadi Navaadhaara Vyaavrtta Dashadhvani Bhedajhna Yogibrunda Samraksanyaa
Anaadi Maayaa Avidyaakaarya Kaarana Vinoda Karana Patutarakataaksa Viksanyaah

 

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Oh (“re”) mind (“chitta”), there is nothing (“nahire”) other than the glorious (“param”) Kamalamba, the one who is the essence (“svaropinyaah”) of all categories from (“aadi”) the earth (“kshiti”) up to (“anta”) Shiva.

She who is creator (“janayitrayaah”) of Shrikanta, Brahma (“virinchi”) and others (“aadi”).

She who created (“kartryaah”) the universe (“visva”), which is in essence (“aatmaka”) nothing but Shiva, She is the agent (“itryaah”) of all actions (“karya”).

She resides in the sacred outer Chakra possessing ten (“dashaara”) triangles, and is served (“sevitha”) by Bhairavi-Kali, Bhargavi-Lakshmi and Bharati-Sarasvati.

She who is of the subtle (“sukshma”) form (“roopa”) full of (“maya”) of Nada.

She (“moorthe”) is propitiated (“aaraadhita”) by the ten (“dasha”) Shaktis, Sarvasiddhiprada, etc (“aadi”).

She who is famous (“keerthe”) for being worshiped (“upaasita”)  in various (“bahu”) religious modes (“stotra” or “vidho”), such as Kula and Kaula, as the power identical (“atmaka”) with the ten (“dasha”) sense and motor organs (“karana”).

She who is the manifestation (“spurthe”) of the supreme non-dual (“a-dvaita”) non-differentiated (“a-bheda”) ever (“nitya”) pure  (“shuddha”) enlightened (“buddha”) and free self (“muktha”), the reality of which is consciousness (“satchid”) and bliss (“ananda-maya”).

She who is an integral whole (“a-prameya”) without (“rahita”) any parts such as the first (“aadi”), middle (“madhya”) and the last (“anta”).

She who is knowledgeable and is entertained (“moditha”) by Guruguha,

She manifests (“spurthe”) as Sarvartthasadhaka Chakra, achieving (“saadhaka”) all (“sarva”) purposes (“artha”).

She who is inherent in the nine (“nava”) centers (“aadhaara”) such as Muladhara, etc (“aadi”). and who, surpassing these (“vyavrutta”), knows how to pierce through the sounds (“dashadhwani”).

She who protects (“sam-rakshanyaa”) the Yogis (“yogi-brunda”).

Her mere glance (“aksha”) is capable (“patutara”) of dispelling (“vikaasinyaah”) beginningless (“an-aadi”) delusion (“maaya”) and ignorance (“avidya”) and the laws of cause (“kaarana”) and effect (“kaarya”).

 

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

5th Avarana Keertanam:

a.       When Ishwara is in the company of Maya, he has the power to control others. Avidya stands related to the Jivan. It is primordial. It conceals the real nature of the Jivan. Maya and Avidya create the world by cause and effect.

b.        But the Paradevata is the essence that forms and informs all tatvas from Bhumi to Shiva. There is nothing other than Kamalambika who is all the above and does all the above.

c.        This 5th avarana is known as the Sarvartha Sadhaka chakram (the accomplisher of all ideals).

He who recites the mantram of this avaranam 15 lakhs of times is certain to obtain the grace of Sri Lalita Mahatripurasundari and to get at the means of satisfying all his desires.

 

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