The Goddess of the Sarvarakshakara chakram, which consists of ten triangles, is of the nature of eternal bliss, consciousness and auspiciousness
rAgaM: punnAgavarALi (8)
shaN^karyAH shrIkaryAH saN^gItarasikAyAH shrI
atimadhurataravANyAH sharvANyAH kalyANyAH
Note: This composition is on the presiding Goddess of the sixth AvaraNa, which is called the sarvArakShAkara cakra.
Sri Kamalambika, I am a devotee unto Thee, who art the giver of prosperity, who creates all riches, who loves music, who holds the flower, arrow, sugar-cane rope, whose voice is sweeter than Rati's who art the consort of Paramashiva, whose hair is blacker than the noble beetles of the Punnaga trees, who art commander of the Sarvarakshakara chakra who art commander of the chakra known as Malini who has taken the form of the Kundalini Shakti who art the Kaulini Devi worshipped with the ten Mudras who art the preceptor of bliss and truth to Paramashiva, the father of Guruguha; who has taken the form of Yogini Shakti who holds in herself hearing and all activities of the ten Indriyas, and who art possessed of Yoga Shakti.
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tALam: khaNDa maTyam
sadAnandamayi cinmayi sadAshivamayi
parameshah.rdayanivAsini tripuravAsini suvAsini
nigarbhayogini tripuramAlini guNashAlini
ku~njaramukhaguhajanani navanIrajanayani nIraja-
The Goddess of the Sarvarakshakara cakra, which consists of ten triangles, is of the nature of eternal bliss, consciousness and auspiciousness.
Residing well in the three cities, in the midst of the ocean of nectar, she is the abode of all the arts. Her temple is in Kanchipuram, and she lives in the heart of Parameshwara. She grants the power of infinite knowledge, and is the non-dual reality that removes all differences.
She enlivens the life-breath (prANa) which has entered the five sheaths.  She is the inner Yogini, called Tripuramalini. She is endowed with auspicious attributes, and bears the goad that ensures worldly welfare. She is the mother of the elephant-faced Ganesha and Guha. Her eyes are like the lotus in bloom. She delights Siva with her soft speech.
pa~nchakosha - The reference is to the five sheaths mentioned in the Taittiriya Upanishad. These constitute the physical, subtle and causal bodies of the individual, and are enumerated as: annamaya (consisting of food), prANamaya (consisting of breath), manomaya (consisting of mind), vij~nAnamaya (consisting of knowledge) and Anandamaya (consisting of bliss).
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