Lalita Sahasranam _ 1000 Names of Devi

Maa Lalita Tripursundari

This stotra (hymn which praises) occurs in Brahmanda purana (Old epic of the universe) in the Chapter on discussion between Hayagreeva and Agasthya. Hayagreeva is an incarnation of Vishnu with the horse head and is believed to be the storehouse of knowledge. Agasthya is one of the great sages of yore who is one of the stars of the constellation great bear. At his request Hayagreeva taught him the most holy 1000 names of Lalitha .

You can find a free copy of Lalita Sahastranam on sanskrit.safire.com . You may also click on the following links to directly download a copy of the stotra in pdf format, which you can easily read on your laptop, mobile, tablet, etc.

www.celextel.org provides english translations of various vedic and religious texts. You may find the english translation of the sahastranam and its glory (i.e. benefits of reciting) from the below mentioned links:

The phalashruti clearly mentions that there has never been and never will be a sacred text which can ever equal the stature of Lalita Sahasranam. Its an apex text on the glory of Maa Lalita.

In my opinion this text is not meant just for Shakti Sadhaks, instead it can be read and practiced by any spiritual seeker. The stotras on Maa Lalita transcends all religions and gender and pave a way towards realisation of all material and spiritual benefits to its devotee. The seeker attains all wished for material comforts and gradually develops dispassion and faith in non-dual self which ultimately leads to self-realisation and liberation from the cycle of birth and death. All this becomes possible only due to the grace of Maa Lalita Tripursundari.

Maa does not require its children to worship her in exchange of her love, as then it would be like trying to overflow an ocean by adding a cup of water to it. She extends her love out of her own nature. Her love and blessings arise out of her unconditional love for her children. The aforesaid being true, still the sages have proclaimed that nothing in this world can be acquired other than by means of self-effort. A seeker must endeavor very hard to get rid of all impurities of mind and dedicate himself in the service of the Lord by means of mind, speech and action.

A sadhak must worship Devi with true devotion and dedication and try to appease Divine Mother. This would help him get rid of all impurities and difficulties of life and enlighten his path towards self-realisation.

As it is said, God is not outside, but He sits in the temple of human Heart. Thus by worshiping God, we don’t worship someone outside of us but instead be bring out the divinity within us and slowly realise that in the process of reaching a state of infinte we have actually emerged infinite, realised our true self, our true supreme state of consciousness which is beyond the sates of happiness and sorrow.

PS: I am not a true authority on commenting anything on the benefits of Laita Sahastranam. I am her child, and as is natural love to appreciate her. Her glory and true nature can never be described by anyone as She is beyond the reach of the mind and intelligence. Only a person with pure heart and pure emotions can experience her love.

May, Divine Mother who is always gracious and happy, be graceful on all.

Names Of Shree Ram

Jai Shree Ram!

NameMeaning

Om Shri Ramaya Namaha – The Giver of happiness

Om Ramabhadraya Namaha – The Auspicious One

Om Ramachandraya Namaha – Moon like Gentle

Om Shashvataya Namaha – The ever-lasting one

Om Rajivalochanaya Namaha – The Lotus-eyed

Om Shrimate Namaha – The Abode of Lakshmi

Om Rajendraya Namaha – The King of the Kings

Om Raghupungavaya Namaha – The Scion of the Raghu dynasty

Om Janaki Vallabhaya Namaha – The Consort of Janaki

Om Jaitraya Namaha – The Triumphant

Om Jitamitraya Namaha – The Conqueror of His Foes

Om Janardhanaya Namaha – The Refuge of the people

Om Vishvamitra Priyaya Namaha – The Beloved of Sage Vishvamitra

Om Dantaya Namaha – The Unperturbed

Om Sharanatrana Tatparaya Namaha – The One who is Determined To Protect His Devotees

Om Bali Pramathanaya Namaha – The Slayer of Bali

Om Vagmine Namaha – The Spokesman

Om Satyavache Namaha – The Speaker Of Truth

Om Satyavikramaya Namaha – The One who is Truthfully Powerful

Om Satyavrataya Namaha – The One of truthful vows

Om Vratadharaya Namaha – The One who is Practising Penance

Om Sada Hanumadashritaya Namaha – The One who is always served by Hanuman

Om Kausaleyaya Namaha – The Son of Kausalya

Om Kharadhvamsine Namaha – The Slayer of the demon Khara

Om Viradha Vanapanditaya Namah – The Slayer of the demon Viradha

Om Vibhishana Paritratre Namaha – The Protector of Vibhishana

Om Kodanda Khandanaya Namaha – The One who broke the mighty bow

Om Saptatala Prabhedre Namaha – The One who Broke the Seven Tale Trees

Om Dashagriva Shiroharaya Namaha – The Slayer Of Ten-Headed Ravana

Om Jamadagnya Mahadarpaya Namaha – The destroyer of Jamadagni’s Son’s Arrogance

Om Tatakantakaya Namaha – The Slayer of Tataka

Om Vedanta Saraya Namaha – The Essence of Vedanta

Om Vedatmane Namaha – The Spirit of the Vedas

Om Bhavarogasya Bheshajaya Namaha – The Reliever Of Earthly Ailments

Om Dushanatri Shirohantre Namaha – The Slayer Of Dooshanatrishira

Om Trigunatmakaya Namaha – The Source of the three gunas

Om Trivikramaya Namaha – The Conqueor Of The Three Worlds

Om Trilokatmane Namaha – The Lord Of The Three Worlds

Om Punyacharitra Kirtanaya Namah – The One whose story is a source of merit to those who sing it

Om Triloka Rakshakaya Namaha – The Protector of the three worlds

Om Dhanvine Namaha – The wielder of the bow

Om Dandakaranya Kartanaya Namaha – The Dweller in the Dandaka forest

Om Ahalya Shapashamanaya Namaha – The Reliever of Ahalya’s curse

Om Pitru Bhaktaya Namaha – The Worshipper of father Dasaratha

Om Vara Pradaya Namaha – The giver of boons

Om Jitendriyaya Namaha – The Conqueror of the senses

Om Jitakrodhaya Namaha – The Conqueror of anger

Om Jitamitraya Namaha – The One who wins over friends

Om Jagad Gurave Namaha – The Guru of the world

Om Riksha Vanara Sanghatine Namaha – The Saviour Of Boars And Monkeys

Om Chitrakuta Samashrayaya Namaha – The Lord who took refuge at Chitrakuta Hill

Om Jayanta Trana Varadaya Namaha – The Lord who blessed Jayanta

Om Sumitra Putra Sevitaya Namaha – The Lord who is served by Sumitra’s son (Lakshmana)

Om Sarva Devadhi Devaya Namaha – The Lord of all the gods

Om Mritavanara Jivanaya Namaha – The reviver of dead monkeys

Om Mayamaricha Hantre Namaha – The Destroyer of the demon Maricha

Om Mahadevaya Namaha – The Great Lord

Om Mahabhujaya Namaha – The Lord of mighty arms

Om Sarvadeva Stutaya Namaha – The Lord who is praised by all the gods

Om Saumyaya Namaha – The Calm One

Om Brahmanyaya Namaha – The Absolute Reality

Om Muni Samstutaya Namaha – The Lord who is praised by sages

Om Mahayogine Namaha – The Great Yogi

Om Mahadaraya Namaha – The Noble One

Om Sugrivepsita Rajyadaye Namaha – The Lord who returned the kingdom to Sugriva

Om Sarva Punyadhi Kaphalaya Namaha – The Giver of fruits of pious work, good karmas

Om Smrita Sarvagha Nashanaya Namaha – The Remover of all afflictions

Om Adipurushaya Namaha – The Primal Being

Om Paramapurushaya Namaha – The Supreme Being

Om Mahapurushaya Namaha – The Great Being

Om Punyodayaya Namaha – The Source of all blessings

Om Dayasaraya Namaha – The Embodiment of compassion

Om Purana Purushottamaya Namaha – The Most Ancient Person

Om Smita Vaktraya Namaha – The One who smiling speaks

Om Mita Bhashine Namaha – The One of moderate speech

Om Purva Bhashine Namaha – The One who rarely speaks

Om Raghavaya Namaha – The scion of the Raghu dynasty

Om Ananta Gunagambhiraya Namaha – The Lord of infinite majestic qualities

Om Dhirodatta Gunottamaya Namaha – The Lord of Valorous qualities

Om Maya Manusha Charitraya Namaha – The Lord who incarnated as a man through His maya

Om Mahadevadi Pujitaya Namaha – The Lord who is worshiped by Lord Shiva

Om Setukrite Namaha – The builder of the bridge

Om Sarva Tirthamayaya Namaha – The Lord who is the sum of all holy places

Om Haraye Namaha – The Destroyer

Om Shyamangaya Namaha – The Dark-complexioned One

Om Sundaraya Namaha – The Beautiful One

Om Shooraya Namaha – The Valiant

Om Pitavasase Namaha – The Lord clad in yellow raiment

Om Dhanurdharaya Namaha – The Bearer of the bow

Om Sarva Yajnadhipaya Namaha – The Lord of sacrifice

Om Yajvine Namaha – The Sacrificer

Om Jaramarana Varjitaya Namaha – The Conqueror of birth and death

Om Vibhishana Pratishthatre Namaha – The Lord who crowned Vibhishana on the throne

Om Sarvabharana Varjitaya Namaha – The Lord who relinquished all adornment

Om Paramatmane Namaha – The Supreme Self

Om Parabrahmane Namaha – The Supreme Godhead

Om Sachidananda Vigrahaya Namaha – The Form of Eternal Bliss

Om Parasmai Jyotishe Namaha – The Supreme Light

Om Parasmai Dhamne Namaha – The Supreme Abode

Om Parakashaya Namaha – The Supreme Space

Om Paratparaya Namaha – The Supreme beyond the highest

Om Pareshaya Namaha – The Supreme Lord

Om Parakaya Namaha – The Uplifter Of The Poor

Om Paraya Namaha – The Supreme Being

Om Sarva Devatmakaya Namaha – The Lord who is the Source of all gods

Om Parasmai Namaha – The Supreme Lord

Source: http://www.iloveindia.com/spirituality/gods/rama/rama-names.html