Matha Bhuvaneswari

Bhuvaneswari is the Queen (Eswari) of the phenomenal world (Bhuvan) and is one of the Dasa (10) Maha Vidyas (while the others are Kali, Tara, Shodasi, Tripurabhairavi, Cinnamastha, Dhumavati, Bagalamuki, Rajamathangi and Kamalathmika) and is fourth in the line. Bhuvaneswari is mainly associated with the earth and the physical world. She is depicted as the Sovereign, the mistress of the worlds. Like Goddess Rajarajeswari, another form of the goddess, she rules the universe.
Bhuvanam means Universe and Eswari is Ruler. Goddess Bhuvaneswari is the Universal Mother and Ruler of the Universe. Her Bheeja is `HREEM’ and she resides in the Manidveepam – a fort. She has four hands, two of which bless the devotees while the other two holds the noose to draw the devotee closer to her and angusam to rid the devotee of their sufferings. It is believed that the 10 incarnations (Dasavatara) of Lord Vishnu emerged from the 10 fingernails of Goddess Bhuvaneswari. It is said that one eye of Goddess Bhuvaneswari is regarded as Raja Mathangi, who bestows prosperity and erudition while the other eye is that of Goddess Bhuvaneswari is Varahi- the Commander-in-chief of the celestial army, who protects devotees from all evil.
According to some Hindu traditions, Bhuvaneshvari, who is known for her beauty, co-operates with Shiva in bringing forth from the formless primal light the elements of the physical cosmos, in giving shape to the inchoate; hence her epithet “Creator (or Co-creatrix) of the World”. Also Bhuvaneshwari is considered as the supreme goddesses who creates everything and destroys all the unnecessary evils of world. She is also considered as the Mother goddess of Kali, Lakshmi, and Saraswati also Gayatri. In Hindu Mythology she is considered as the most powerful goddess in the universe. Parvati is Sagun Roop of Goddess Bhuvaneswari. Lord Shiva is the cause behind the evolution of this creation and his powers lies in goddess Bhuvaneswari. Her ambrosia nurtures the whole world.
The Sri Lalitha Sahasranama describes Bhuvaneswari as the protector of the 14 worlds (bhuvana). Bhuvana also means water. Thus, She is considered as the protector of the land and the oceans. In the Tripurasiddhanta (a scripture) we also find that Devi is called Bhuvaneswari because She blessed her Guru who was known as Bhuvanandanatha. Bhuvaneswari is also called Prakriti, the active force in the cosmic creation. She is the underlying energy creating, sustaining and maintaining the physical world which is the supreme power embodied in names and forms. Devotional songs describing Her names say, “She initiated the worlds, all the five elements are born from Her. She entered the worlds, sustained them and nourished them.” Most often she is associated with Lord Vishnu and Lord Shiva, the sustainer and the destroyer of the universes. She is Hara Hari, the Shakti of Vishnu and Shiva and She is adored by them. In other scriptures, Brahma, the creator, is also mentioned. Ultimately, what she represents goes beyond creation itself. She is the source of all that from which creation proceeds. Thus, Bhuvaneswari also personifies the original cosmic Space, the Ether (Akasha).
In several hymns, we find Bhuvaneswari being identified with the Kundalini, the subtle force lying at the base of the spine in the human body. Bhuvaneswari is the one who increases the Shakti. She is in everyone in the form of Kundalini Shakti. The hymns also describe Kundalini Shakti saying, “She has the form of a snake, She is yellow in color and She is like lightning. She is in everyone. She is in the flesh and blood, She is even in the skin.”
More than any other Mahavidya with the exception of Kamalatmika, Bhuvaneshvari is associated and identified with the energy underlying creation. She embodies the characteristic dynamics and constituents that make up the world and that lend creation its distinctive character. She is both a part of creation and also pervades its aftermath.
Bhuvanesvari means Mistress of the World. Bhuvaneshvari’s beauty is mentioned often. Her dhyana describes her as having a radiant vermilion complexion resembling the sunrise and a beautiful face, framed with flowing hair the color of black bees. Her eyes are broad, her lips full and red, her nose delicate. Her firm breasts are smeared with sandal paste and saffron. Her waist is thin, and her thighs and navel are lovely. Her beautiful throat is decorated with ornaments, and her arms are made for embracing. She is seated on a throne, adorned with a flower garland and anklets, bracelets of fine gems. She is also found seated on lions, also group of lions sit around her throne. A crescent moon adorns her forehead, resting atop a jeweled crown. She has three eyes and a pleasant, nurturing smile. She has four arms, in two of which she holds a noose and a goad. With her lower left hand, she makes the gesture (varada-mudra) of offering a boon, and with the lower right she signals fearlessness (abhaya mudra). She is a shakti present everywhere but not seen anywhere.
Sometimes she is represented with a lotus and a jewel bowl in tow of her hands, and in other cases her left foot is placed on a jewel bowl.
The Great Cosmic Power Bhuvaneswari is sitting on a bed resembling a throne, which consists in representing the five forms of manifestation of the God Shiva, as we described them in the article about the Great Cosmic Power Tripura Sundari.

From this throne, the Great Cosmic Power Bhuvaneswari controls and organizes the movement of the entire universe. Different gods and goddesses who serve her and immediately obey her orders surround the Great Cosmic Power Bhuvaneswari.

Meditating with great perseverance on this beautiful goddess’s form, the sincere practitioner may obtain her infinite grace, become even enlightened, and reveal his or her supreme Self.
This beauty and attractiveness may be understood as an affirmation of the physical world. Tantric thought does not denigrate the world or consider it illusory or delusory, as do some other abstract aspects of Indian thought. This is made amply clear in the belief that the physical world, the rhythms of creation, maintenance, and destruction, even the hankerings and sufferings of the human condition is nothing but Bhuvaneshvari’s play, her exhilarating, joyous sport.

She is also known as Om Shakthi or Adi Shakthi q.e one of the earliest forms of shakthi. She is capable of turning situations according to her wish. It is considered that even the navagrahas cannot stop her from doing anything.

Both Bhuvaneswari and Kali are intimately connected as representing time and space, which made creation possible. Kali arranges the timing of the cosmic dance while Bhuvaneshwari stands for the original space before creation in which Kali’s cosmic dance takes place. Devotional songs say that Bhuvaneswari is like Saraswathi, the goddess of learning, wisdom and knowledge. She is described as “Jnana Swaroopa,” the highest form of wisdom. It is also said that Bhuvaneswari has so much power that a mere glance from Her gives boons to the goddesses Lakshmi, Parvathi and Saraswathi. She confers confidence, sympathy, beauty and wisdom on them because all these qualities are within Her.
Mythology tells us that in the beginning, Surya, the sun, appeared in the heavens. In order to create the world, the sages offered soma (a sacred plant) to the sun. The sun was pleased and through the power of Shakti, He created the three worlds (Bhuvanas). Having created the worlds, the goddess assumed the form of Bhuvaneswari and ruled and protected them.

We also find the name of Bhuvaneswari mentioned in the part of Hindu philosophy called Tantra, the religious literature expounding the worship of the Divine Mother. The tantric works describe ten aspects of Shakti (Mahavidya), the universal energy.
Bhuvaneswari is the fourth major power described in the Tantras. The term Mahavidya means “great knowledge” or wisdom. Each of these ten great deities is an outstanding personality of the Divine who bestows or reveals spiritual knowledge.
Bhuvaneswari is the fourth in the list of the Dasa Maha Vidyas, Bhuvaneswari stands for the concept of space. Space has many levels of manifestation: The space of the physical Universe and the space of the mind. Just as there are many layers of space in the Universe, there are many layers in the higher levels of the mind. In our body, the heart is where the infinite space of the Universe resides, and this is the seat of the Divine Mother, Bhuvaneswari, who represents this Space. By creating space, we release ourselves from stress and tension. Those seeking the supreme peace should invoke and worship the Goddess Bhuvaneswari, who is the power of infinite expansion, peace and equanimity. Her sound-body is Hreem, which is as powerful as Aum. Hreem connects the space within the heart with the infinite, vast space of Consciousness.

Like most of the aspects of the Divine Mother, Bhuvaneswari is associated with Maya. Maya comes from the Sanskrit root, “ma”, to measure. Maya is also a synonym for illusion. Thus, Bhuvaneswari symbolizes the dynamic power of God, which manifests itself in a multitude of visible and impermanent forms. In Hindu philosophy, the manifestation is ultimately considered as unreal because of its inconstancy and impermanence. But at the same time, the devotional scriptures say that Bhuvaneswari is also distinct from the illusion She creates because She controls it. But She is not caught in it. This quality of mastery over the worldly illusion gives Her the power to help human beings not to be involved in Maya and not to be bound by it but instead to go beyond it.
The name of the Mahavidya itself means the ruler of the world and a Sadhak of Bhuvaneswari is always victorious on all fronts in life and becomes all-powerful. Even Ram had to propitiate the Goddess before defeating Ravan who had conquered even heaven.

A Sadhak of Bhuvaneswari:
Gains a mesmerizing personality that draws all people to him and makes them readily obey his command.
Diseases, enemies and problems are forever banished from his life.
He has unexpected and huge monetary gains.
He conquers all problems in life – even the danger of untimely death.
He leads a joyous family life and gains fame and respect nation and worldwide.
Whatever he wishes for is fulfilled, for he is bestowed with 64 divine virtues which help him succeed in every venture that he undertakes.
She can bestow totality in married life and make it happy, prosperous and comfortable.
Grant a good life partner.
The concept of Goddess Bhuvaneswari as the supreme goddess emerged in historical religious literature as a term to define the powerful and influential nature of female deities in India. Throughout history, goddesses have been portrayed as the mother of the universe, through whose powers the universe is created and destroyed. The gradual changes in belief through time shape the concept of Bhuvaneswari and express how the different Goddesses, though very different in personality, all carry the power of the universe on their shoulders.She is almighty.
Sathguru Shrimath Santhananda Swamigal referred to Goddess Matha Bhuvaneswari as the “Goddess of the entire universe!” . It is said that Sathguru Shrimath Santhananda Swamigal is an incarnation of Goddess Matha Bhuvaneswari. He has built temples for Goddess Matha Bhuvaneswari in Pudukottai, Chennai Om Sri Skandasramam.



Mahasivarathri will be celebrated grandly to Lord Mahasahasralingamurthy (Lord Shiva – 1008 lingams) on 23rd Feb Mon at the Chennai Om Sri Skandasramam, 1 Kambar St, Mahalakshmi Nagar, Selaiyur, Tambaram, Chennai -73. ph – 22290134 / 22293388 / 94446 29570 Website There will be Mahanyasam in the evening at 7 PM , 8 PM abhisheka sankalpam, 9 PM 1st kalam special abhishekam for all sannadhis, 2nd kalam special abhishekam at 1.30 am – special abhishekam to Lord Mahasahasralingamurthy, Lord Nandikeswarar and Maha Meru, 3rd Kalam at 3 am special abhishekam to Lord Mahasahasralingamurthy, Lord Nandikeswarar and Maha Meru, 4th Kalam at 5 am – special abhishekam to Mahasahasralingamurthy, Lord Nandikeswarar and Maha Meru.


All devotees are requested to take part in the grand Mahasivarathri celebrations and get the bountiful blessings of Lord Mahasahasralingamurthy, Lord Nandikeswarar and Sathguru Shrimath Santhananda Swamigal.

Matha Bhuvaneswari – Pournami

Picture of Matha Bhuvaneswari taken on Pournami – 9th Feb 2009


Mahakumbhabhisheka Mandala Chandi Homa Mula Mandram -3

23.2.08 – Hayagriva Mandram
Hamsa soogam viswaadheerna svarupaaya
Chinmayaananda rupine dupyam namoo Hayagriva
Vidyaa raajya vishnave swaahaa!
Hamsas soogam swaahaa!
Bhuddiyum, Sakthiyim thundappadudal, kalviyil eetram, mahaa vidwathvam, eniya sol meiyunarvu

24.2. 08 – Sudarshana Abheraamandram
Om Namoo Bhagavathe Mahaasudarshanaaya
Mahaa Chakraayaa Mahaa Jwaalaa deeptha rupaaya sarvadhoo
Maam raksha raksha mahaa palaaya Swaahaa!
Rashaa pradaanam, adimana bhayam neengudal mana niraivu, nimmadhi.

25.2.08 – Naamthrayam
Achchudaananda Govindha naamne dhaamne namoonamaha: Swaahaa!
Anaithu Paapa vimoochanam, sumuga suzhnilai eerpada.

26.2.08 – Narasimha Mandram
Om hm eem om Sahasraara humbhat
Uggram veeram Mahaavishnum Jwlandham
Sarvadhoomukam nrusimham bheeshanam paththram
Mrathyu mruthyu namaamyaham ham eem
Om Sahasraara humbhat Swaahaa!
Panavaravu, kadan nivaaranam, panappuzhakkam, kudumba magizhchi, nooi, varumai neengi sakala sampaththukal

27.2.08 – Garuda Mandram
Om kship Om Swaahaa!
Visham, Sarpa Dosham, dushta mruga bhayam vilaga

28.2.08 – Mahaagaruda Mandram
Om namoo bhagavathee Sreeman Mahaa garudaayaa amrutha
Gooshoothbhavaaya vajranaga vajra thunda
Pashaalangkruta sareeraaya sreeman mahaa Garuda
Visham hum bhat swaahaa swaahaa!
Adairyam, paapam, vishagraha doshangal, dushtar bhayam aagiyavai vilaga.

29.2.08 – Dhanvantri Mandram
Om namoo bhagavathe Dhanvanthraye
Amrutha kalasa hasthaaya sarvaamaya vinaasanaaya
Trailokya naadaaya Sri Mahaavishnave Swaahaa!
Mudumai, noi, bhaya unarchi agandru yauvaam, dhairyam, oli, dheergaayus, roogaminmai eerpada.

1.3.08 – Garuda Gayathri Mandram
Thathpurushaaya vidmahe suvarna pashaaya dheemani
Thannoo garuda: prachodayaath swaahaa!
Thaamadam neengi enniya kaariyam mudithal, seekira karyasiddhi

2.3.08 – Sudarshana Gayathri Mandram
Sudharshanaaya Vidmahe Mahaajwaalaaya dheemahi
Thanna: chakra prachoodayaath swaahaa!
Jnaanam, Sakthi, Balam, Aishwaryam, Veeryam, Thejas petru saukaryam eerpada.

3.3.08 – Dhanvantri Gayathri Mandram
Vaidya Naaraayanaaya vidmahe thejogni rupaaya dheemahi
Thanno Dhanvantri: prachoodayaath swaahaa!
Mudumai, noi, Bhaya unarchi agandru yauvanam, dhairyam, oli, dheergaayus, roogaminmai, mammatha svarupam eerpada.

4.3.08 –Vidya Gopala Mandram
Om Ayam Kleem Krishnaaya hreem Govindhaaya
Sreem Gopijana vallabhaaya swaahaa! Sau!
Vidya Prapthi, ninaivattral, vaakvanmai, medhavilaasam kududal.

5.3.08 – Annagopala Mandram
Annarupa rasarupa dushtirupa namoo nama:
Annaadipadaye mama annam prachya swaahaa!
Annapaanaadhi samvruththi, thanniraivu

6.3.08 – Saubhagyalakshmi Mandram
Om Sreem Sreem Kleem Kleem sreem sreem
Kamala kamalaalaye praseetha praseetha
Kamala vaasinyai sreem kleem kleem
Kleem Mahaalakshmi Mahaalakshmi eeh eehi
Sakala saubhagyam sreem sreem hreem
Kleem kleem eem sriyai Mahaalakshmi dehime swaahaa!
Lakshmi kadaaksham, thaapathraya nivarththi, agjnaana nivarththi.

7.3.08 – Kshetra praapthikara Mandram
Sudarsanaaya vidmahe mahaajwaalaaya dheemahi
Thanna: chakra prachoodayaath swaahaa!
Bhoomi laabam, kubera sampaththu, sthira vaasam

8.3.08 – Kshetra praapthikara aberaa Mandram
Sudarsanaaya vidmahe mahaajwaalaaya dheemahi
Thanna: chakra Prachoodayaath swaahaa!
Indra padavi, pon vilaiyum bhumikku adhipathi, loka prashithti, sthira thanmai.

9.3.08 – Drishti Durga Manthram
Om Hreem dhum Durge Bhagavathi Manookraha man madamada
Jighvaa pisaachiruthsaadayooth saadhaya hitha drishti
Ahita drishti para drishti sarpa drishti sarva drishti
Visham naasaya naasaya humpat swaahaa swaahaa!
Sathrukkalaal eevi vidappadum billi, sunyam, krura drishti dosham, visha,sarva drishti dosham evaigalilirundu kaaka kudiyadu.


Kumbabishekam Mandala Chandi Homam Moola Mandram – 2

12.2.08- Aabadhuthtaaraka Gaurivallabha mandram
Keem Gaurivallabha Swaahaa!
Ella aabhaththukalum, thadaigalum neengi, nirandhara jayam

13.2.08 – Sarvapaapahara bhava mandram
Om namoo bhagavathe sukshama samkthaayaa Sivooththamaaya
Eekanethraaya eegarudraayaa trimurththaye Sri Kantaayaa Sikandine
Om Hreem Nama: Sivaaya Swaahaa!
Anaithu papa doshangalum, anaachaara bhaadippum vilagudal

14.2.08 – Rashaaprada Gauri Siva Mandram
Thanmahesaaya vidmahe Vaakvisithdaaya deemahi
Thanna: Siva: Prachoodayaath!
Mahaadevyaicha vidmahe sarva sidyaicha deemahi
Thanno devi prachoodayaath swaahaa!
Seeraana udal nalam, mugappolivu, marumalarchi, arrogyam kududal.

15.2.08 – Mruth Sanjeevini Mandram
Om jum Sa: hamsa: aam paalaya paalaya
Sooham sa: jum om swaahaa!
Akaala abamruthyu bhayam neengal, ayul vruththi

16.2.08 – Panchadasee Siva Mandram
Om Sreem Hreem Kleem Om Haum
Hreem nama: Om Sreem Hreem ka ee ee la hreem namasivaaya
Hasa kahala hreem sakala hreem hasakala hreem
Hasa kahala hreem sahala hreem swaayaa!
Sakala kaarya siddhi, seyarkkariya seyal seidal, eetram

17.2.08 – Sudarshana Mandram
Om Kleem Krishnaaya Goovindhaaya Goopijana
Vallabhaaya paraaya parama purushaaya pramaathmane
Para karma manthra yanthra thanthra oaushada asthra sasththraani
Samhara samhara mruthyoor moochaya moochaya
Om namoo bhagavathe Mahaasudarshanaaya deepththre
Jwaalaa pareethaaya sarvadik shoobana karaaya
Humbhat brahmane paranjodhishe swaahaa!
Om kleem sahasraara humbhat swaahaa!
Seivinai, Sathrukkalin thollai, Vyaabaaraththadai neengudal, manasaanthai

18.2.09 – Sri Lakshmi Narasimha Mandram
Om Sreem hreem Jayalakshmi Priyaaya nithya pramudhitha sedase
Lakshmi sreerdaartham dehaaa sreem hreem nama: Swaahaa!
Panavaravu, Kadan nivaaranam, panappuzhakkkam, kudamba magizhchi

19.2.08 – Sudharshana Narasimha Mandram
Om Sahasraara jwaalaa varththine
Ksharoom hanahana hum swaahaa! Swaahaa!
Edirigalin thollai, vazhaku vyaajyam, kudumba, thozhil kuzhappangal neenga.

20.2.08 – Vaasudeva Mandram
Om namoo bhagavathe Vaasudevaaya
Mukththaaya paramaathmane viliththa jnaana dehaaya
Lakshmi Saanthaaya the nama: Swaahaa!
Varumai, Kileesam, Sandeham, theevinaigal agandru, emmai, marumai nalangal kozhikka

21.2.08 – Vishwarupa Mandram
Om namoo Bhagavathe Mahaa Vishnave
Vaasudevaaya Vishwarupa charanam
Bhavame prabavishnave nama: Swaahaa!
Chaturvidha purushaarthangal, manoobalam, Jayam, aasaigal purthi

22.2.08 – Gandharva raja mandram
Om Kleem raajan gandharvakaganaasraya
Chitraseenaa kanyaam prayachchame Swaahaa!
Thadai neengi thirumanam, Kudumba suzhnilaich sikkalgal nivarththi, Subha Kaariyangal palitha.

Mahakumbabhisheka Mandala Chandi Homa Mula Mandram -1

1.2.08 – Siva Pancha Dasakshari
Om Hreem Kleem Namasivaaya Haum Sivaaya Namaha : Swaahaa!
Asta aishwarya PRapthi

2.2.08 – Chidambara Panchaakshari
Om Hreem ham paranjothi hamsa hamsa
Vyooma vyooma sakthi sivajyoothi
Anandha narththana parapraakaashaananda naadha raktha
Paadukaam pujayaami nama: hreem hau: Sivaaya nama: Swaahaa!
Jnaana Vairakkyam, Siva Kadaaksham

3.2.08 – Siva Gayathri
Than Maheshaaya vidmahe vaakvisuthdhaaya deemahi
Thanno thanna: Siva Prachoodayaat
Ninaiyuththiran, samayoochita bhuddhi, pudiya yukthi vaaksaaduryam kududal.

4.2.08 –Maargadarshee Siva Mandram
Om Namoo bhagavathe rudraaya pathi sadhe
Swasthi maasam paaraya swaahaa!
Prayaana saukaryam, evvidh aabaththugalum, vibaththugalum nerradiruththal

5.2.08 – Runamoochana Siva Mandram
Om Hreem Sreem runamoochana rudraa
Kuberasya sanga padma nidhi@ prada
Mama sarva runaan seekram moochaya moochaya bhat swaahaa!
Kadan neenga, deva, piththru, rishi kadan adaithal panavaravu, segarippu

6.2.08 – Pasupathi Gayathri mandram
vrushaarudaaya vidmahe sulahasthaaya deemahi
thanna: pasupathi: prasoodhayaath swaahaa!
Sakalavidha drushti vilagal, vazhakkil vetri, kudumba magzhchi eerpadudal.

7.2.08 – Siva Navaakshari Mandram
Om Sreem Haum Namasivaayaa Haum hreem Om Swaahaa!
Kaarya tadaigal, tekka nilai theervu, nirvaagaththiran kududal, pudhu muyarchigal palitham

8.2.08- Paasupadaasthram Mandram
Om sleem pasu humbhat Swaahaa!
Bhutappreda pisaacha upadrava, sarvaarishtam nivaaranam aabishaara dosham, seivinaigal vilagal.

9.2.08 – Rudhra Gayathri Mandram
Thathpurushaaya vidmahe Mahaadevaaya deemahi
Thannoo ridra: prachoodayaath swaahaa!
Paapadosha vimoochanam, nirandhara jayam

10.2.08 – Vidyaaprada Siva Mandram
Om ayyam nama: kleem Sivaaya Sau: Swaahaa!
Budhi kurmai, medhavilaasam, sol vaseegaranam, Saraswathi kadaaksham

11.2.08 – Uma Maheswara Mandram
Om Hreem Sreem Namasivaaya Swaahaa!
Kudumba Ottrumai, annonyam, mattattra magzhichi kudhuuhalam.

Chennai Om Sri Skandasramam 20.1.2008 Kumbabishekam Mandala Chandi Homam Mula Mandiram

Chennai Om Sri Skandasramam 20.1.2008 Kumbabishekam Mandala Chandi Homam Mula Mandiram
21.1.08 – Sri Sakthi Panchakshari
Om Hreem Namasivaaya: Om Hreem Namasivaaya Swaahaa!!
Sakala yoogamum, bhoogamum, saubhaagyamum undaaga

22.1.08 – Sri Suddha Panchakshari
Om Namasivaaya: Om Namasivaaya Swaahaa!!
Manooratha ishta kaamyaartha abhilaashaigal niraiveera

23.1.08 – Sri Siva Astaakshari
Om Hreem Sreem Manasivaayaa: Om Hreem manasivaayaa Swaahaa!!
Sarva sathru, mruga, roogaa ubaadigal neenga

24.1.08 –Sri Siva Pancha Dasaakshari
Om Haum joom S:
Namoo bhagavathe tripuraandhakaaya
Hraam hrum Swaahaa Swaahaa!!
Asta aishwarya Prapthi

25.1.08 – Chidambara Pancha dasaakshari
Om Siva Siva Charanam Sivaanandham
Siva Siva Sivaaya Sivaaya nama om Swaahaa!
Jnaana Vairakkyam, Siva Kadaaksham

26.1.08 – Guru taaraka Pancha Dasaakshari
Om Haum Sivaaya Haum namaha: Swaahaa
Sakala Jana vaseekaranam, raajaanga vetri, devathaa preethi

27.1.08 – Mruthunjaya trayeeyashari
Om Haum Dhoom Swaahaa!
Akaala abamruthyu bhayam neengal, ayul vruththi

28.1.08 – Chidambara Sabanatana mulamandiram
Om Hreem Sreem Namasivaaya
Siva Siva Charanam Sivaanandam
Siva Sivaaya Sivaaya himavaanasya
Vaanasya visham chunyami
Vairandam saga swaahaa swaahaa!!
Anaithu papa dosha parihaaram raksha bandhanam

29.1.08- Neelakanta Mantram
Om nreem ta: neelakantaaya namaha:
Edirpaaraadha kodiya aabaththinindrum meelal, thavirththal.

30.1.08 – Maha Neelakanta Mantram
Om namoo bhagavathe neelakantaaya Mahaarudraaya
Kaalakuda visha bhakshanaaya proom nreem taha swaahaa!!

Bhuta preda pisaasha upadruvam sarvaarishtam nivaaranam

31.1.08 – Dhvani Manthram
Om Haum Sivaaya Sivaaya Haum namaha Swaahaa
Manashanti Sandhusti Sivaananda Anubhuti

Goddess Matha Bhuvaneswari in Bakshana Alankaram for Thai Velli

Goddess Matha Bhuvanesari in Bakshana Alankaram (Sweets and Savouries) for Thai Velli at the Chennai Om Sri Skandasramam.


Trishathi Tiruvillaku Puja

Chennai Om Sri Skandasramam 1 Kambar St, Mahalakshmi Nagar, Selaiyur, Tambaram, Chennai -73, Ph – 22290134 / 94446 29570, website, blog – as per the founder Sathguru Shrimath Santhananda Swamigals wish has been doing yeomen service to society. Chennai Om Sri Skandasramam, is organising on 17th Feb a special Trishati Tiruvilakku Puja (300 nos) for world peace, harmony and prosperity at 6 PM at the Skandasramams Harihara Hall.

All devotees are requested to take part in the above event and pray for Universal well being.