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KAMAKALAKALI TRILOKYAMOHANA KAVACHAM Mahākālasaṁhitā - kāmakalākālīkhaṇḍaḥ -- Trilokyamohanakavaca upadeśaḥ महाकालसं हता – कामकलाकालीख डः -- ल ैो यमोहनकवच उपदे शः

(As told by Mahākālā to Devi in Mahākālasaṁhitā) {Number of recitations and benefits as prescribed in Mahākālasaṁhitā: single recitation - all sins are destroyed; three times – long life; 100 times – all types of siddhis (superhuman powers); 1000 times – becomes messenger of Śiva; 10,000 times – one becomes Śiva. This mantra is capable of providing everything that is desired. It protects from extreme miseries, cures acute ailments, gives strong body, protects against enemies, protects from premature and unnatural deaths. It destroys all accrued sins. It is also capable of providing kingdom (richness). Mantra part of the kavaca consists of twenty verses, all in couplets, except the last one. There are thirty four Śakti-s (goddesses) mentioned in this mantra and they protect thirty four bodily parts. The mantra becomes extremely powerful because of the usage of multiple bīja-s. It is like Durgāsaptaśatī - pūrvabhāgaḥ (first chapter) - kavacam, but trailokayamohana rahasya kavaca vastly differs from Durgāsaptaśatī mainly because of the multiple and powerful bīja-s. To cap it all, this was told by Mahākālā to Devi.} TRILOKYAMOHANAKAVACAḤ अ य

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TRILOKYAMOHANAKAVACAḤ asya śrī trailokayamohana rahasya kavacasya । tripurāri ṛṣiḥ - virāṭ chandaḥ - bhagavati kāmakalākālī devatā । phreṁ bījaṁ - yoginī śaktiḥ - klīṁ kīlakaṁ - ḍākini tattvaṁ bhgāvatī śrī kāmakalākālī anugraha prasāda sidhyarte jape viniyogaḥ || --om aiṁ śrīṁ klīṁ śiraḥ pātu phreṁ hrīṁ chrīṁ madanāturā | strīṁ hrūṁ kṣauṁ hrīṁ laṁ lalāṭaṁ pātu khphreṁ krauṁ karālinī || (1)

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āṁ hauṁ phroṁ kṣūm mukhaṁ pātu klūṁ ḍraṁ thrauṁ caṇḍanāyikā | hūṁ traiṁ clūṁ mauḥ pātu dṛśau prīṁ dhrīṁ kṣrīṁ jagadāmbikā || (2) krūṁ khrūṁ ghrīṁ clīṁ pātu karṇau jraṁ plaiṁ ruḥ sauṁ sureśvarī | gaṁ prāṁ dhrīṁ thrīṁ hanū pātu aṁ āṁ iṁ īṁ śmaśāninī || (3) jūṁ ḍuṁ aiṁ auṁ bhruvau pātu kaṁ khaṁ gaṁ ghaṁ pramāthinī | caṁ chaṁ jaṁ jhaṁ pātu nāsāṁ ṭaṁ ṭhaṁ ḍaṁ ḍhaṁ bhagākulā|| (4) taṁ thaṁ daṁ dhaṁ pātvadharamoṣṭhaṁ paṁ phaṁ ratipriyā | baṁ bhaṁ yaṁ raṁ pātu dantān laṁ vaṁ śaṁ saṁ caṁ kālikā || (5) haṁ kṣaṁ kṣaṁ haṁ pātu jihvāṁ saṁ śaṁ vaṁ laṁ ratākulā | vaṁ yaṁ bhaṁ vaṁ caṁ cibukaṁ pātu phaṁ paṁ maheśvarī || (6) dhaṁ daṁ thaṁ taṁ pātu kaṇṭhaṁ ḍhaṁ ḍaṁ ṭhaṁ ṭaṁ bhagapriyā | jhaṁ jaṁ chaṁ caṁ pātu kukṣau ghaṁ gaṁ khaṁ kaṁ mahājaṭā || (7) hsauḥ hskhphraiṁ pātu bhujau kṣmūṁ mraiṁ madanamālinī | ṅāṁ ñīṁ ṇūṁ rakṣatājjatrū naiṁ mauṁ raktāsavonmadā || (8) hrāṁ hrīṁ hrūṁ pātu kakṣau meṁ hraiṁ hrauṁ nidhuvanapriyā | klāṁ klīṁ klūṁ pātu hṛdayaṁ klaiṁ klauṁ muṇḍāvataṁsikā || (9) śrāṁ śrīṁ śrūṁ rakṣatu karau śraiṁ śrauṁ phetkārarāviṇī | klāṁ klīṁ klūṁ aṅgulīḥ pātu klaiṁ klauṁ ca nāravāhinī || (10) crāṁ crīṁ crūṁ pātu jaṭharaṁ craiṁ crauṁ saṁhārarūpiṇī | chrāṁ chrīṁ chrūṁ rakṣatānnābhiṁ chraiṁ chrauṁ siddhakarālinī || (11) strāṁ strīṁ strūṁ rakṣatāt pārśvau straiṁ strauṁ nirvāṇadāyinī | phrāṁ phrīṁ phrūṁ rakṣatāt pṛṣṭhaṁ phraiṁ phrauṁ jñānaprakāśinī || ((12) kṣāṁ kṣīṁ kṣūṁ rakṣat kaṭiṁ kṣaiṁ kṣauṁ nṛmuṇḍamālinī | glāṁ glīṁ glūṁ rakṣatādūrū glaiṁ glauṁ vijayadāyinī || (13) blāṁ blīṁ blūṁ jānunī pātu blaiṁ blauṁ mahiṣamardinī | prāṁ prīṁ prūṁ rakṣatājjaṅghe praiṁ prauṁ mṛtyuvināśinī || (14) thrāṁ thrīṁ thrūṁ caraṇau pātu thraiṁ thrauṁ saṁsāratāriṇī | om phreṁ siddhvikarālī hrīṁ chrīṁ hraṁ strīṁ phreṁ namaḥ || (15) sarvasandhiṣu sarvāṅgaṁ guhyakālī sadāvatu | om phreṁ siddhviṁ hskhaphreṁ hsaphreṁ khphreṁ karāli khphreṁ hskhphreṁ hsphreṁ phreṁ om svāhā || (16) rakṣatād ghoracāmuṇḍā tu kalevaraṁ vahakṣamalavarayūṁ | avyāt sadā bhadrakālī prāṇānekādaśendriyān || (17) hrīṁ śrīṁ om khphreṁ hskhphreṁ hakṣamlabrayūṁ nkṣrīṁ najcrīṁ strīṁ chrīṁ khphreṁ ṭhrīṁ dhrīṁ namaḥ | yatrānukttasthalaṁ dehe yāvattatra ca tiṣṭhati || (18) uktaṁ vā'pyathavānuktaṁ karāladaśanāvatu om aiṁ hrīṁ śrīṁ klīṁ hūṁ strīṁ dhrīṁ phreṁ kṣūṁ kśauṁ krauṁ glūṁ khphreṁ prīṁ ṭhrīṁ thrīṁ ṭraiṁ blauṁ phaṭ namaḥ svāhā || (19) http://www.manblunder.com/2013/01/kamakalakali-trilokyamohana-kavacham.html

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sarvamāpādakeśāgraṁ kālī kāmakalāvatu || (20)

175 comments: Mathew January 7, 2013 at 12:52 AM Awesome work Ravi I have no words to say thank you to You. I was searching for the "Trailokya Mohana Kavacham from KaliKhanda for many years and never found it. Thanks to you,now I have it. I will start recite it from now and what time is the best to recite this Maha Rahasya Kavacham? Reply Replies MANBLUNDER

January 7, 2013 at 9:04 AM

Scriptures say that the best time to recite mantras is early in the morning, before sunrise. But according to me (from my own experience), the best time would be when the mind is free.

மன

January 7, 2013 at 9:21 AM

Thank you very much MR. Ravi, We expect your valuable wisdom of explanation on Kamakala Kali, if you can please give us explanation of Pada artha of entire Kavacha! for your great service that you are doing for the Sadaka's and the humanity, we pray to mother Kali to give you the longevity, strength and good health to give us the nectar of wisdom & knowledge of all the Tantra, Veda sashtra in this manner! With Love

MANBLUNDER

January 7, 2013 at 9:42 AM

There is nothing much to give meaning for this mantra, as the highest potency is conferred only by the bīja-s, some of them of difficult to pronounce. Word pātu is frequently repeated here and pāta means protection. Thirty four Devi-s mentioned here protect different body parts. Thanks for your good words and prayers. All this is possible only due to HER GRACE. Reply

MANBLUNDER

January 8, 2013 at 10:20 PM

कामकलाकािल मू लम ॐ लीं ं हू ं

ः Kāmakalākāli mūla mantraḥ

कामकलाकािल

हू ं ंलींवाहा।

om klīṁ krīṁ hūṁ kroṁ sphroṁ kāmakalākāli sphroṁ kroṁ hūṁ krīṁ klīṁ svāhā |

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It is to be noted that klīṁ, krīṁ, hūṁ, kroṁ and sphroṁ in the beginning are placed in the reverse order after kāmakalākāli. This is generally known as sampuṭaka (encasing), which makes a mantra extremely powerful. Reply Replies Roshan January 8, 2013 at 11:45 PM Should we recite this mantra before or after reciting the Kavacham and how many times to recite to get mantra siddhi? Is the KAMAKALAKALI TRILOKYAMOHANA KAVACHAM a siddha mantra which requires only a single recitation to yield benefits or does one have to do it at least 50,000 japas to get result? Thank you again for sharing one of the most secret Kavacham and the mūla mantraḥ.

John January 8, 2013 at 11:49 PM What does this mantra give? Spiritual benefits or protection and material benefits? Thank you for sharing this wonderful and powerful mantra with us....

MANBLUNDER

January 8, 2013 at 11:53 PM

Mūla mantra should always be recited first. Number of recitations is not prescribed. The Scripture says that mere listening to this mantra will give siddhi. But according to me, at least 10,000 mūla mantra-s should be recited to see some benefits. As far as kavacham is concerned, it is given in the article itself.

MANBLUNDER

January 9, 2013 at 12:01 AM

If you are talking about Mūla mantra, it will give protection and material benefits. If we look at this mantra from the point of view of kavacham, then Mūla mantra should also give immense benefits. Recitation of Mūla mantra adds power to the recitation of kavacham. There are nine powerful Kāli mantras in Mahākālasaṁhitā. I will publish them soon.

John January 9, 2013 at 12:05 AM Thank you Ravi, Will add the Mūla mantra and the kavacham in my daily sadhana. Will wait for you to share some more treasures from the Mahākālasaṁhitā.

மன

January 9, 2013 at 9:38 AM

Raviji, in the mantra Bijakshara's are om - Pranavam klīṁ - Kamabijam krīṁ- Kali Bijam http://www.manblunder.com/2013/01/kamakalakali-trilokyamohana-kavacham.html

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hūṁ - Bhairava/Kavacha Bijam kroṁ - Krodhisha bija sphroṁ - I don't know about this, can you please give me some hint about this? which deity or sakthi governing this Bija mantra?

MANBLUNDER

January 9, 2013 at 12:51 PM

I have already explained about OM in a separate http://www.manblunder.com/2009/05/understanding-om.html

article

titled

1) Kāma bīja - klīṁ लीं Consists of ka + la + ī + bindu (dot) Ka represents Kriṣṇa or desire; la represents Indra: ī represents contentment and satisfaction and the bindu represents comfort by dispelling pains and miseries This is the reason why bindu is used in all the mantras. Without bindu, a bīja is not complete. Thus kāmabīja fulfils all material desires. Every bīja has inherent nāda (subtle sound), which subtly causes the sound and this nāda is the power or Grace of Śakti, which is to be visualized in the form of light to derive the full effect of a bīja 2) Kāli bīja - krīṁ



Consists of ka + ra + ī + bindu (dot) In this bīja, ka represents Kāli; la represents Brahmā; ī represents annihilation of miseries. This bīja, due to the power of Brahmā (not Brahman; here it refers to the god of creation), Kāli removes all pains. 3) Bhairava bīja - hūṁ हू ं(this is also known as kūrca bīja, subtly referring to ājñāa cakra) Consists of ha + ū + bindu Ha represents Śiva; ū represents Bhairava. Bindu refers to removal of sufferings. This bīja is capable of removing ill effects evil forces. This acts as a protective bīja. 4) The bījā kroṁ ( ) is formed out of three alphabets –ka + ra + ma with a bindu. The alphabet ka stands for joy and fame. The alphabet ra is considered as powerful as it is the bīja of agni, the fire. Any mantra with ra bestows supernatural powers. The alphabet ma stands for comforts in the present and future births. The repeated chanting of kroṁ will give all-round prosperity and happiness. This is explained here http://www.manblunder.com/2009/07/lalitha-sahasranamam6667.html I do not have any idea about sphroṁ. I will let you know about this latter.

Pydipal March 12, 2013 at 4:50 AM Thank you Raviji for this wonderful explanation on the bijas. In one edition of Mahakala Samhita Kamakala kali khanda- bija "Sphrem" is written instead of "Sphrom". Which one do you think is the correct bija? Also, can you please elaborate more on sphrem and sphrom bijas?

MANBLUNDER

March 12, 2013 at 10:37 AM

In the text I have, in mantra part it is mentioned as sphroṁ ( http://www.manblunder.com/2013/01/kamakalakali-trilokyamohana-kavacham.html

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mantra is explained, it is mentioned thus. Bhūtabīja sphreṁ ( ) is formed by joining s + ph + ra + e + and bindu (dot) {स ् + फ् +र + ए and ब द}ु . And in subsequent discussions it is only mentioned as sphreṁ ( ). Hence sphreṁ ( ) appears to be correct. Bhūtabīja represents formation of worldly creation. (There is a reference to Bhūtabīja in Śrīmad Bhāgavata Mahāpurāṇa.) Hence two sphroṁ-s ( ) appearing in this mantra should be replaced by sphreṁ ( ) This is the revised and correct mantra: ॐ लीं ं हू ं कामकलाकािल हू ं ंलींवाहा। om klīṁ krīṁ hūṁ kroṁ sphreṁ kāmakalākāli sphreṁ kroṁ hūṁ krīṁ klīṁ svāhā | Though the error is not at my end, still it is a error. Error is regretted.

Pydipal March 13, 2013 at 7:01 AM Thank you Raviji for the correction. Out of curiosity regarding the mantra formations, I wanted to know the effect of the mantra if "sphrem" is used in the first samputa and "sphrom" is used in the second samputa (instead of "sphrem")? Could you please elaborate a little more on this.

MANBLUNDER

March 13, 2013 at 8:58 AM

After the correction, there is no "sphrom" in the mantra. Mistake in the book should have been a printer's devil. I was struggling to get details of "sphrom" but could not fine one. Now it is clear that there is no "sphrom". Thank you for highlighting this issue.

Mnx Prm March 17, 2013 at 11:52 PM Just experimented with both. Using Sphrom invokes heat, bit anger. Sphrem gives harmony.

MANBLUNDER

March 18, 2013 at 12:01 AM

Because sphrem is the correct one. Thanks for sharing this information with us.

Anonymous April 5, 2013 at 9:21 AM I heard that KamakalaKali has 6 or 7 different mantra variations. Can you please give us those mantras. Also what is procedure to do her sadhana? Thank You

MANBLUNDER

April 5, 2013 at 9:27 AM

Sadhana is always the same; like any other sadhana. I am not aware of these variations. I will find out and let you know.

Anonymous April 13, 2013 at 8:49 PM Hello Raviji, Nice post. Can you give some information on Siddhi karali and her dhyana? Thank You

MANBLUNDER

April 13, 2013 at 9:23 PM

I have checked and I do not have this mantra with me. Can you give more details about this mantra please?

http://www.manblunder.com/2013/01/kamakalakali-trilokyamohana-kavacham.html

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Anonymous May 24, 2013 at 12:56 AM Hello Sir, What is Trailokya Vijaya? Is this done for spiritual or material gains? Thank You

MANBLUNDER

May 24, 2013 at 8:56 AM

I am not aware of this. If you can provide more details, I can find out.

Anonymous May 24, 2013 at 6:27 PM There is one story that Rudra shiva destoys three cities of Taraksh, Kamalaksh and vidyunmali. So What are these three cities stand for? are they three gunas in prakriti? If so what does it mean by destroying them? Does it mean internalizing the maha shakti? Thank you

MANBLUNDER

May 24, 2013 at 8:01 PM

It can be explained thus. Tripura means three worlds, which refers to all triads. For example, knowledge, knower and the known is a triad, there are three guṇa-s, Icchā, jñāna and kriyā śakti-s, etc. When all these triads are burnt, one enters into the state of Bliss, Ānanda. Ānanda is Parāśakti. When Shiva decides to liberate a person, He annihilates all the triads in him and thereby making him to be one with Parāśakti. That person is now in the state of Bliss. When a person is handed over to Her by Shiva like this, She further purified him by Her Grace and compassion and imparts knowledge about Shiva. You are right in saying internalizing Maha Shakti. In fact, Maha Shakti is already present in him and He only makes to realize that Maha Shakti within. His soul is ready to be liberated. These two articles explain how a soul is liberated, though in a gross way. Journey to Sri Chakra 18 Journey to Sri Chakra 19

Anonymous May 24, 2013 at 10:06 PM Please Raviji,make on post and tell us about Paramashiva....I'm strongly attracted to this form and name.

MANBLUNDER

May 24, 2013 at 10:11 PM

I have already written about Paramashiva here. But, I will elaborate on this in a separate posting.

MANBLUNDER

May 26, 2013 at 5:18 PM

You can read this post Who is Paramaśiva Reply

Kiran January 9, 2013 at 6:12 PM http://www.manblunder.com/2013/01/kamakalakali-trilokyamohana-kavacham.html

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Raviji, Thank you for sharing the Trailokya Mohana Kavacham from KamakalaKali Khanda. Even hearing it ones gets siddhi. May The Divine Mother Shower all her Love,Grace and Success on you for sharing it with us. Reply

Anonymous January 11, 2013 at 2:11 AM In verses 3: is it śamaśāninī or śamaśāsinī? and if its is śamaśāninī,what does it mean thank you Reply Replies MANBLUNDER

January 11, 2013 at 9:11 AM

Śamaśāninī is correct. Śamaśama means enjoying perpetual tranquility or Bliss. This means that She is in the same state as that of Śiva. Śamaśama is explained as the quality of Śiva. Reply

Allan January 11, 2013 at 8:56 PM I have read that this Kavacham is one of the most guarded secret or tantras. Why is it kept so secret? and thank you for sharing this powerful Mantra. Reply Replies MANBLUNDER

January 11, 2013 at 9:05 PM

Certain mantras are powerful and are capable of giving immense benefits. This is one among them. It was believed that if these kinds of mantras get into wrong hands, it could cause immense damage, if misused. In order to protect innocents, these mantras are guarded. But at the same, many of these mantras are not revealed and are in the verge of becoming extinct. Hence there is a need to publish these mantras as well.

Allan January 11, 2013 at 9:47 PM Thank You Ravi, Yes these Mantras must be published to be saved from becoming extinct and thank you for helping us to get a glimpse of these treasures.

Anonymous January 11, 2013 at 10:24 PM Why is there such a hue and cry for the secrecy of Mahasodashi also? http://www.manblunder.com/2013/01/kamakalakali-trilokyamohana-kavacham.html

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MANBLUNDER

January 11, 2013 at 11:12 PM

Obviously the same reason. Practically speaking, it is not the mantra that gives benefits. It is only the mind coupled with faith works much faster. There is no point in reciting any mantra without absolute concentration and simultaneously focusing within. Reply

Anonymous January 11, 2013 at 10:29 PM There is also a a different version of Maha Sodasi Mantra from Trilokya Mohana Kavacham from Mahākālasaṁhitā. Hope one day you can share this Maha Sodasi version and tell us the difference between the two. Reply Replies MANBLUNDER

January 11, 2013 at 11:43 PM

I have not seen any ṣoḍaśī mantra in Mahākālasaṁhitā. If I come across, I will post it here. But among many other mantras, following guhyakāli mantra sounds different. ॐ

ंलीं हू ं गुकािल

ंं

ंींवाहा ॥

om hrīṁ klīṁ phreṁ hūṁ kroṁ guhyakāli krīṁ chrīṁ hskhpreṁ phroṁ chrīṁ srīṁ svāhā ॥

Anonymous January 11, 2013 at 11:50 PM "guhyakāli" means beyond secret.... so what is the meaning of guhyakāli mantra and for what purpose this secret mantra is recited?

MANBLUNDER

January 12, 2013 at 12:04 AM

There are nine types of Kāli-s referred in Mahākālasaṁhitā द णकाली, भ काली, मशानकाली, कालकाली, गुकाली, कामकलाकाली, धनकाली िस and च डकाली

काली

Dakṣiṇakālī, Bhadrakālī, Śmaśānakālī, Kālakālī, Guhyakālī, Kāmakalākālī, Dhanakālī, Siddhikālī and Caṇḍakālī I will give you more details later.

Anonymous January 18, 2013 at 7:55 PM There is a peculiar correspondence between the main mantras of sundarī and kālī 1. bālā tripurasundarī - ādyā kālī 2. kādi pañcadaśī - siddhakālī 3. ṣoḍaśī - dakṣiṇākālī 4. parā, parāprāsāda, prāsādaparā - kāmakalākālī 5. ṣaḍanvaya śāmbhavī - guhyakālī 6. catuścaraṇa vidyā - haṃsakālī The seventh and the final nirvāṇa dīkṣā is said to be common to both sundarī and http://www.manblunder.com/2013/01/kamakalakali-trilokyamohana-kavacham.html

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kālikā. Hope you will share the nine types of Kāli-s referred in Mahākālasaṁhitā soon.

MANBLUNDER

January 18, 2013 at 8:21 PM

Thanks for this amazing explanation. I will try to post the mantras of nine Kālī-s as soon as possible.

Anonymous April 5, 2013 at 9:11 AM Can you please post the mantras for nine kali's.

MANBLUNDER

April 5, 2013 at 9:15 AM

Yes, certainly I will post this shortly.

Anonymous May 23, 2013 at 9:07 AM Hello Raviji, Thank you for the nice post. Can you please give the 16 lettered mantra for guhyakali? I heard that it is in Mahakala Samhita of Guhyakali. Thank you

MANBLUNDER

May 23, 2013 at 9:48 AM

I think this is the mantra you are looking for. ॐ

ं हू ंं गुकािलके ं ं हू ं हू ं ं ंवाहा

om krīṁ hūṁ hrīṁ guhya kālike krīṁ krīṁ hūṁ hūṁ hrīṁ hrīṁ svāhā There are other Kāli mantras in this post. NAVAKĀLĪ MANTRAS

Anonymous May 24, 2013 at 12:42 AM Thank you Raviji for this mantra. Could you please give me her dhyana of this mantra form of Devi?

Anonymous May 24, 2013 at 1:02 AM What is the difference between Prakriti and Vikriti? Are they both female energies?

MANBLUNDER

May 24, 2013 at 8:47 AM

Prakṛti is Nature, the original or primary substance and vikṛti is modifications. Mostly these terms are used in Ayurveda. Prakṛti is the basic constitution of a human body throughout his life. Vikṛti is the constitution of the body at a given moment. If Prakṛti is the primary mode in which first creation happens, vikṛti then means further growth. Both are feminine energies.

MANBLUNDER

May 24, 2013 at 9:09 AM

Meaning of mantra is here. But original dhyana verse is in Sanskrit and has number of http://www.manblunder.com/2013/01/kamakalakali-trilokyamohana-kavacham.html

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verses. If you need this in Sanskrit, please send a mail to [email protected] and I will send this as an attachment. Kāmakalākālī dhyāna verses

Anonymous June 14, 2013 at 8:55 PM Hello Sir, I have a question regarding prakriti and vikriti. As regards to shakti, I saw that Prakriti is productive and Vikriti is produced. Could you please elaborate more in terms of mantra forms of prakriti and vikriti? I heard that there will be a prakriti form and vikriti form..So could you please explain more in respect to shakti and her mantra forms? Thank you

MANBLUNDER

June 14, 2013 at 9:59 PM

Śiva says in Liṅga Purāṇa (I.87.9-11) “She is śruti and smṛti. She is fortitude, stabilised by me. She is the power of knowledge, kriya (rite) and icchā (will). She is Ājñā. Undoubtedly we are the vidyā-s. The prakṛti (cause) does not belong to the jīva (embodied soul). Nor is She a vikṛti (effect) on consideration. She is māyā. She is not a vikāra (effect only). Formerly She originated from my mouth at my behest. She is the eternal deity of five faces (possibly referring to Gāyatrī). She is highly blessed and bestows fearlessness of the worlds. At Her ājñā (here it means command), I think about the welfare of the worlds. I am Śiva.” After having understood this, your question can be explained as follows. If Prakṛti is the cause of the mantra, then vikṛti is the effect of mantra. For example if we recite OM by closing our lips, we can observe vibration happening in the body. This is the effect and this is vikṛti. There could be other explanations also.

Anonymous June 15, 2013 at 1:58 AM Dear Sir, Thank you for the explanation.. But I need to know what it means by the following statement "In the existence of Prakriti, Vikriti will not be strengthful". So is prakriti taken here as vac only and vikriti as gross form or effect? Thank you once again.

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June 15, 2013 at 7:43 PM

There are different classifications of bīja mantras (not japa mantras) based on their potency. A bīja is monosyllabic sound, mostly one or more vowel or consonants and ending with bindu, for example aṁ, laṁ, raṁ, kaṁ. Potency is measured on their capacity to give mukti. There are japa mantras that are very powerful and are capable of giving only liberation (mukti) only if the japa mantra contains many para bīja-s (parabīja also refers to sauḥ, which is not part of this discussion here). Let us take OM, which is a prakṛti mantra, which means a source mantra. Similarly other bīja mantras evolve from a source mantra, which is called prakṛti and the effect of this bīja mantra is called vikṛti. Technically speaking, prakṛti is the source and vikṛti is the effect and this phenomenon is known as prakṛti- vikṛti concept. There are certain mantras which are gross in nature and are considered as a lower category mantra. Here comes the concept of ātmabīja, which is given to the disciple by his Guru. At the time of initiation, a Guru gives two mantras to his disciple. One is the bīja mantra which is known as ātmabīja, which directly works on his soul and another mantra is pada mantra, which is a regular mantra like Bālā, Pañcadaśī, etc. At the time of initiation, Guru advises his disciple how to use the ātmabīja given to him. A lot can be discussed about mantras. I hope that I have answered your query. http://www.manblunder.com/2013/01/kamakalakali-trilokyamohana-kavacham.html

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Anonymous June 16, 2013 at 10:51 PM Thank you for the explanation sir. So If a prakriti mantra is sure to give us Mukti (since it has the potency)then will a vikriti mantra (Produced) will give only material benefits? I hope I understood it clearly.

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June 16, 2013 at 11:01 PM

It depends upon the mantra. Vikṛti is only the effect. It all depends upon a particular mantra, its nature, its potency, bīja-s used, formation of mantra, whether is encased (sampuṭīkaraṇa), etc. When a mantra is capable of giving mukti, it is to be understood, that it is also capable of granting material benefits. But when an aspirant is seeking mukti, he will not ask for material benefits. Ultimately, it is only the mind that matters.

Anonymous June 17, 2013 at 1:04 AM What are the different para bijas other than sauh as you mentioned earlier? Eka askshara bijas are all para bijas? What is the para bija of Guhyakali and kamakala kali?

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June 17, 2013 at 8:24 AM

To my knowledge there is only one parā bīja and it is sauḥ. Reply

Matt January 16, 2013 at 1:49 PM Raviji, I'm a Sri Vidya Upaasaak initiated into Panchadasi Mantra. I started to recite this Maha Mantra Kavacham last night and something happened. There was a pressure in the middle of my eyebrows when I recited it without concentrating on the ajna chakra. And when going to bed through my window I saw spheres of white bright lights going from my window to the sky.I never had these experiences before even when reciting Panchadasi. Please tell me if I should stop this Maha Mantra Kavacham or should I continue. Sincerely, Matt Reply Replies MANBLUNDER

January 16, 2013 at 2:16 PM

Possibly, your body is not yet ready for this mantra. Therefore, the potency of this mantra is to slightly tuned down. Recite कामकलाकािल मू ल म ः Kāmakalākāli mūla mantra 12 times before the commencement of Kavacha mantra and another 12 times after completion of kavacha recitation. This should solve this issue. If not write to me again. http://www.manblunder.com/2013/01/kamakalakali-trilokyamohana-kavacham.html

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As long as your body is able to withstand the descent of Divine energy, nothing to worry about and you can continue.

Matt January 16, 2013 at 2:23 PM Thank you Raviji, I will follow you advise and as from today i will start with mūla mantra 12 times before the commencement of Kavacha mantra and another 12 times after completion of kavacha. And what about the bright white lights I saw? Sincerely, Matt

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January 16, 2013 at 4:24 PM

Unless you are personally seen, it is difficult to explain about that Light. In general, one can physically see the Light in ajna chakra, if kunalini is fully active. You have to remain with that Light in meditation as long as you can. Kundalini awakens and goes to higher chakras depending upon various factors. A small spiritual statement, or a mantra, or a verse or meeting a spiritually realized person (need not always be a Guru) could trigger your kundalini to become fully active. Regularly practice meditation. Concentrate on your ajna chakra and findout whether you are able to reach back head chakra, which just behind ajna chakra on the back of the head.

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Anonymous January 17, 2013 at 6:24 PM Should we recite the Kavacham mentally or aloud. Thank you Reply Replies MANBLUNDER

January 17, 2013 at 6:45 PM

Since this contains too many akṣara-s, it would be ideal to recite aloud in the beginning. Once you become conversant with the entire kavacaham, you can mentally recite. Reply

Anonymous January 19, 2013 at 8:35 PM Dear Ravi, How do we pronounce " crāṁ crīṁ crūṁ " should we pronounce like this crāṁ -kramm? Thank you Reply

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January 19, 2013 at 8:59 PM

They should be pronounced like this. Input to IAST --> chraaM IAST font --> crāṁ Sanskrit font --> ां Thus they should be pronounced as chraaM, chriiM, chrooM, etc (i + i = ī (pronounced as eeeee and in Sanskrit it is ई)and finally the dot (bindu) on M at the end. (M with bindu is known as nāda bindu and this causes both the lips come together to make kundalini ascend to hihger chakras) Reply Replies Anonymous January 19, 2013 at 9:48 PM Thank you Ravi Reply

Suraj January 21, 2013 at 1:58 PM "From Mahākālasaṁhitā As told by Mahākālā to Devi in Mahākālasaṁhitā) {Number of recitations and benefits as prescribed in Mahākālasaṁhitā: single recitation - all sins are destroyed; three times – long life". Dear Ravi, If one recites 3 times this Maha Kavacham,he is blessed with long life. I have a dear family member who is young and having a critical disease,can I recite 3 times for him...will he be blessed with long life and be cured? It is said also " It protects from extreme miseries, cures acute ailments, gives strong body, protects against enemies, protects from premature and unnatural deaths-here are thirty four Śakti-s (goddesses) mentioned in this mantra and they protect thirty four bodily parts" If 3 times recitations per day will cure my brother acute ailments or should I recite more? How do i perform a sankalpa on his behalf and recite this maha kavach? Thank you very much for sharing this maha Kavacham Reply Replies MANBLUNDER

January 21, 2013 at 2:17 PM

The best way to make a samkalpa is through mind. Visualize that your relative is getting cured while reciting this mantra. At the end of recitation, affirm mentally that he is completely cured. When you recite with determined mind and absolute faith in this mantra, he will get cured gradually. Once recitation with perfect pronunciation is enough to get the benefits. But ultimately, it is one's karma that decides everything.

Suraj January 21, 2013 at 3:00 PM Thank you Ravi, http://www.manblunder.com/2013/01/kamakalakali-trilokyamohana-kavacham.html

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I will start from today and do samkalpa through mind as per your guidance. Reply

Anonymous January 30, 2013 at 1:15 AM Awesome work and immense pleasure to read the Mahākālasaṁhitā kāmakalākālīkhaṇḍaḥ Trilokyamohanakavacam. I would like to know more about the Mahākālasaṁhitā? Reply Replies MANBLUNDER

January 30, 2013 at 7:58 PM

It is a Tantric Scripture, divided mainly into two parts tattva and sādhana (principle or knowledge and practice). It consists of both mantras and rituals. Some of the mantras are extremely rare. It is in the form of conversation between Devi and Mahākāla (terrific form of Śiva). It deals with mantras of about 27 śakti-s like Tārā, Chinnmastā, Kālī, etc. Reply

Anonymous January 30, 2013 at 8:29 PM Thank you for the explanations. Hope one day when time permits you will be able to share these secrets from Mahākālasaṁhitā. I did tried to get a copy of the book Mahākālasaṁhitā but its only in hindi and sanskrit. Reply Replies MANBLUNDER

January 30, 2013 at 8:33 PM

Yes, there is only one book which is in Sanskrit and Hindi. I am trying to publish certain mantras over a period of time.

Anonymous January 30, 2013 at 8:36 PM I need to thank you as I was looking for Mahākālasaṁhitā for years. Will wait for your posts. Regards, James Reply

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January 31, 2013 at 11:03 AM

yes, Raviji! in future work try to give us Mahakala samhita with your commentry! it will usefull to many sadaka'a Reply

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January 31, 2013 at 11:33 AM

I have already commenced work on that. But it is going to take longer time. With Her Grace, this should happen at the earliest. Reply

Anonymous January 31, 2013 at 12:53 PM Raviji, I think you should translate the book Mahakala samhita with your commentary in roman script and make a book.I will be the first to buy it,your work are beyond words. Reply

Anonymous February 1, 2013 at 1:27 AM Dear Ravi, I need to thank you for your excellent and amazing work. You bring us closer to God in every post you write.You commentary on various text like lalitha sahasranama,lalitha trisathi,soundarya lahiri and all your works are just mind blowing. Its so rare to find such a great soul like you in this money minded world full of fake gurus. You are a true and rare Guru for me, a humble master guiding us all towards the divine light. I came to know about your website in my quest for self-realization and i found a way to reach the Lord through your article and post. Thank you

Reply Replies Mnx Prm February 4, 2013 at 12:12 AM Thanks a lot for this amazing info. I was searching for Ma Kamkalakali's mantra from a long time. Came across this page whie seaching for Ma Shodashi. Thanks a lot Reply

Anonymous February 5, 2013 at 7:03 PM There is a book called Nityasodasikarnava by Bhaskararayaji? Reply

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February 5, 2013 at 7:49 PM

There is a book and I think it is not available now. Reply

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Replies Anonymous February 5, 2013 at 8:26 PM It is possible to tell us more about Bhaskararaya and his works. Thank You

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February 5, 2013 at 9:42 PM

His main works are Varivasyā-rahasya on Panchadashi mantra and his commentary on Lalita Sahasranama. Reply

Anonymous February 6, 2013 at 12:51 AM Raviji, I want to know more about Mahakala form of Shiva and Kamakala Kali? Reply Replies MANBLUNDER

February 6, 2013 at 6:50 PM

The most precious Parama tatva (supreme principle) or energy responsible for creation at the beginning of the Cosmos is eternal. The whole Cosmos came into being because of Śakti (This Śakti is Parama tatva and is independent of Paramaśiva). In fact, Truth (sat) is Paramaśiva and Citi is His Śakti (power or energy) and therefore they (Śiva and Śakti) are inseparable, in fact they are one and the same. Śakti (energy) lies dormant in Paramaśiva in the beginning but in the Viśvamaya state (containing the universe), since She is independent, She becomes responsible for the origin of Viśva. In this Viśvamaya state, everything is in disorder (chaotic). In this disorder form, She is known as Unmanā (Supramental Śakti of Paramaśiva in Her primal move towards manifestation, yet remaining inseparable from Him). This same Śakti is known as Samanā (Unmanā Śakti begins to display Herself in the form of the universe) when everything is in order. She is Samanā because She/this is the limit for mind and She/this is also the end/limit of kāla, (time such as past, present and future). Samanā Śakti determines/defines the kāla and that's why She is called as Kālī or Kālasaṅkarṣiṇī. In this universe, whatever happens in order is due to Her (Kālī) rule and direction. So, Paramaśiva materializes or reflects ahaṁ in the universe through his Parāśakti. Ahaṁ idaṁ means in spite of being inseparable, at the origin of the universe, His Parāpara Śaktī works in a different/separate form. Through the Aparā Śakti, He gives rise to the world that is in idaṁ form. Kālī’s Parā form represents the ahaṁ in the universe. The parāpara or sūkṣma (subtle) form represents ahaṁ-idaṁ.

Guliano February 6, 2013 at 7:47 PM Incredible description of Kali.But why is Shiva called Mahakala?

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February 6, 2013 at 7:54 PM

He is Mahākāla, the Supreme Destroyer. He alone can annihilate the universe and no body else, hence He is Mahākāla. He is not only the Creator but also the Annihilator. The sustenance is carried out by Śakti, which includes death of individuals. Ultimately, there are only two principles, Śiva and Śakti or Śiva and His Independent Power of Autonomy (svātantrya śakti). http://www.manblunder.com/2013/01/kamakalakali-trilokyamohana-kavacham.html

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February 6, 2013 at 9:15 PM

I have posted a closest possible image in this link http://manblunder-discussion-forum.4718.n7.nabble.com/K-labhairava-and-Ca-i-imagetd47.html Reply

Guliano February 6, 2013 at 8:44 PM I strongly feel attracted to this form and name of Shiva "Mahakala" but not much information available online. I came across your website while searching for Mahakala but most of the results are for a Buddhism God Mahakal, are they the same.And is it possible for you to upload an image of Mahakala form of Shiva?Thank You Reply Replies MANBLUNDER

February 7, 2013 at 7:40 AM

I have posted here a closest possible image http://manblunder-discussion-forum.4718.n7.nabble.com/K-labhairava-and-Ca-i-imagetd47.html Reply

Anonymous February 6, 2013 at 9:56 PM Shiva is worshipped as Mahakala in Ujjain and the Mahakala Shiva Temple in Ujjain is counted third among the twelve Jyotirlingas. There is an interesting story which explains about the Mahakaleshwar form of Shiva – a fierce form which is beyond imagination and description. The story took place when Ujjain was known as Avanti and is mentioned in the Shiva Purana. Once there lived a pious man in Avanti who was an ardent devotee of Lord Shiva. He had four sons and the family worshipped Lord Shiva daily. Not far away from their home in a hill named Ratanmala there lived an Asura (demon) named Dooshana. Demon Dooshana hated all forms of Shiva and vedic worship. He went around killing people who worshipped Shiva. Soon Dooshana came to know about the family in Avanti that worshipped Shiva. Soon the demon arrived with his army and attacked the city. But the family continued to worship Shiva in the form of a Shivling. Finally, the demon and soldiers reached the home of the pious man and started hurling weapons. The demon broke open the door and advanced towards the Shivling by raising a sword. Suddenly, there was a deafening sound and there appeared a dreadful form beyond explanation before the Shivling. A single glance by the Mahakala form of Shiva burned the demon and his army into ashes. Uncontrollable and unsatisfied, the form of Shiva gave a huge roar; the entire universe trembled in fear. The family was but delighted to see Lord Shiva and continued chanting his glory and prayers. Before his true devotees, Shiva is always the Bholenath – one can be easily influenced. Hearing the prayers of his devotees, His anger subsided. But the family who was aware of the dangers of the world realized that the form of Shiva as http://www.manblunder.com/2013/01/kamakalakali-trilokyamohana-kavacham.html

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Mahakala was essential for peace and prosperity and asked him to reside in this form at Ujjain. Since then Shiva remains at Ujjain Mahakala Temple as Mahakala – the one with the power to annihilate all living and non-living Reply

Anonymous February 17, 2013 at 10:11 PM Hello Raviji, Is it possible for me to share your post on KAMAKALAKALI TRILOKYAMOHANA KAVACHAM with a good friend,as I heard that One should not tell it to anyone as one who hears it gets siddhi and one who tells it definitely dies Reply Replies MANBLUNDER

February 17, 2013 at 10:14 PM

You can definitely share this post. It is already in public domain and anyone can read this.

Anonymous February 17, 2013 at 10:21 PM Thank you, I will send him your link now and is there a specific mantra for Mahakala?

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February 17, 2013 at 10:32 PM

To my knowledge no. There are many mantras for different forms of Shakti. But Shiva does not have many forms. He is always Shiva and His Power is known as Shakti. As there are different types of powers, Shakti is known through different forms and each form has certain mantras. But Shiva is one. He is Brahman as well as individual soul. Even though He is worshiped as Bhairva, Mahākālā, Rudra, etc ultimately He remains the same. Hence the only powerful mantra for Him is "Om Namashivaya".

Anonymous February 17, 2013 at 10:51 PM Thank you for this amazing explanation. How many times should one recite Om Namashivaya to realize him as one's own self and get his darshan and what is the proper way to recite this mantra. I have read your post on alignment of breath for mantra recitations and how can one recite Shiva mantra with breath and if possible,can you provide the meditation also.

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February 17, 2013 at 11:15 PM

There cannot be any limitation for recitations. Self can be realized only through the mind. In order to control the mind, breath alignment with mantra is necessary. One inhalation should be synced with on recitation of "Om Namashivaya" and similarly one exhalation should be synced with "Om Namashivaya". By doing so, the mind is not distracted and will get fixed both on the mantra and the breath. Thus, one gets disconnected from sensory organs at least for that moment. When this is practiced for longer duration, say about ten minutes, at least for couple of minutes, one is bound to get disconnected from sensory organs. With practice, this two minutes will increase to three, four minutes, etc. Practicing this for ten minutes twice a day is sufficient. At some point of time, mind will become quiet. This is the starting point for spiritual practice.

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Anonymous February 17, 2013 at 11:38 PM Thank you,should one concentrate on a chakra point while doing the breathing technique or only on the breathing.And should I visualize a form of Shiva while reciting this Maha Mantra.

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February 17, 2013 at 11:56 PM

First one should concentrate on mantra; then mantra should be aligned with breath. When perfection is attained in both, it would be ideal to fix concentration on ajna chakra. When concentration is fixed on ajna chakra, you are bound to enter into the state of micro trance (trance lasting for a few second to a minute or two, where mantra and breath are not observed). This article may be of help: http://www.manblunder.com/2013/01/simple-way-to-activate-ajna-chakra.html Reply

Anonymous February 24, 2013 at 2:39 PM Dear Raviji, Thank you for sharing this Maha Kavcham. Can this Maha Kavacham protect ones from great dangers?I'm a Sri Vidya Upaasak and recently I'm facing some terrible problems,Can I send you a private email or tell you here? Reply Replies MANBLUNDER

February 24, 2013 at 4:55 PM

Please send me a private email at [email protected] Reply

Anonymous March 13, 2013 at 9:02 PM Dear Sir In verse 17 of the kavacham: rakṣatād ghoracāmuṇḍā tu kalevaraṁ vahakṣamalavarayūṁ | avyāt sadā bhadrakālī prāṇānekādaśondriyān || (17) The last word "prāṇānekādaśondriyān", shouldn't this be "prāṇānekādaśendriyān" instead? Please let me know. Thank you. Divyya Reply Replies MANBLUNDER

March 13, 2013 at 9:30 PM

Yes, you are right. I have corrected the error in the verse. Thank you very much for having brought this error to notice. It should be prāṇānekādaśendriyān as you have mentioned.

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Anonymous March 15, 2013 at 1:12 AM Dear Sir Thank you for opening the doors of tantra to us.Can you tell us more on Goddess Chinnamasta and on the other 10 Mahavidyas. Reply Replies MANBLUNDER

March 15, 2013 at 8:36 AM

Each of these Vidyas contain voluminous information. Though it may not be practically possible to go into details, I will certainly publish mantra parts. All these mantras have been cursed (if I remember correct, except one)and there are curse removal mantras too. I will do my best in due course. Thank you for your good words. Reply

Anonymous March 15, 2013 at 6:40 PM Thank You Sir, I love Chinnamasta a lot and not finding much information on her sadhana and mantras.Hope you will be able to post the mantra procedures and curse revomal soon. I'm looking for the sixteen-lettered mantra of the godess Reply Replies MANBLUNDER

March 15, 2013 at 7:11 PM

This is the sixteen lettered mantra of Chinnamastā. ॐ ीं ं ंलीं ऐं व वै र ोचनीये ं ं फ

वाहा।

om śrīṁ hrīṁ hrīṁ klīṁ aiṁ vajravairocanīye hrīṁ hrīṁ phaṭ svāhā |

Anonymous March 15, 2013 at 7:33 PM Thank you Sir,was looking for this mantra for years now.What is the method to chant this great mantra to get her love and blessings.I have read that she is the most compassionate Mother of all and very easy to approach though people fear her terrific form.

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March 15, 2013 at 8:07 PM

There is no separate method prescribed for this mantra. Mantra mahodadhi says that the mantra is nailed/sealed by Shiva and to unseal the mantra one has to recite 108 times, the following mantra: ॐ ं ॐ (om hrīṁ om). Reply

Anonymous March 16, 2013 at 11:11 PM Sir, http://www.manblunder.com/2013/01/kamakalakali-trilokyamohana-kavacham.html

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I would like to know if someone can cast prayogas on people? Reply Replies MANBLUNDER

March 16, 2013 at 11:14 PM

No, this is not possible and no mantra can do this.

Anonymous March 16, 2013 at 11:36 PM someone threatened to perfom a Pratyangira prayoga to kill me as i had different views in sri vidya and that gentleman consider himself a Guru and he is initiated into Mahasodashi Vidya

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March 16, 2013 at 11:41 PM

No such thing is possible. Reply

Anonymous March 18, 2013 at 4:07 AM FAKE GURU!! If you believe in Mother and your mantra then you know no-one can touch you! All you had to do was to complain to Ma! Reply

Anonymous March 21, 2013 at 1:56 AM Thank you Ravi. Hope in the future you will be able to give an English translation of this Maha Kavacham. Reply Replies MANBLUNDER

March 21, 2013 at 8:48 AM

English version is already there in the same article. Reply

Anonymous April 8, 2013 at 12:54 PM Dear Ravi, In verses 14 , it is mahiṣamardinī or mahiṣāsuramardini? Hope in the near future, you will be able to provide us with an English meaning of each verses. Reply Replies MANBLUNDER

April 8, 2013 at 1:12 PM

Mahiṣamardinī is correct. Mahiṣa is the name of a demon and mardin means destroyer. Because Mahiṣa was killed by Her, She is known as Mahiṣamardinī. Asura means demon. When it is Mahiṣāsuramardinī it means Mahiṣa + asura + mardinī or destroyer of demon by name Mahiṣa. Asura is only to indicate that he is a demon. http://www.manblunder.com/2013/01/kamakalakali-trilokyamohana-kavacham.html

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Anonymous April 9, 2013 at 8:00 PM Dear Raviji,thank you for providing the Maha Kavacham of Kali,I'm looking for the Sri Ashtamukha Gandabherunda Narasimha Mantra,Can you please post it. Kind Regards, Ashwin Reply Replies MANBLUNDER

April 9, 2013 at 9:12 PM

I have checked and I do not have this mantra. In case I get it, I will post it here. Reply

Anonymous April 9, 2013 at 9:33 PM Raviji,There is a Guru name Avdhoot Baba Shivanand and he is giving Sri Vidya initiation which cost a lot of money to get this course from him.He says that "A Shree Vidya sadhak has the powers to achieve and materialize whatever he wants in life, thus having the power to get all his wishes and desires get fulfilled".Can Sri Vidya be given to masses and commercialized?And he is teaching another method"Shambhavi Vidya" which can heals any incurable diseases.I not criticizing this Guru but just want to know about sri vidya being commercialized and what do yo know about Shambhavi Vidya? Reply Replies MANBLUNDER

April 9, 2013 at 9:58 PM

As you have rightly said, let us not comment on others. But one thing is for sure. According to me, no money should be taken for initiation. With regard to Shambavi vudya, I have heard only about Shambavi mudra, which is practiced with the eye balls. Reply

Anonymous April 30, 2013 at 5:26 PM please send me daksina kali mantra [email protected] Reply Replies MANBLUNDER

April 30, 2013 at 6:32 PM

This is the Dakṣiṇa Kālī mantra. Though there are other versions, this is commonly practiced mantra ॐ

ंंं हू ं हू ं ंं द ण कािलके ं ं ं हू ं हू ं ं ंवाहा॥

om krīṁ krīṁ krīṁ hūṁ hūṁ hrīṁ hrīṁ dakṣiṇa kālike krīṁ krīṁ krīṁ hūṁ hūṁ hrīṁ hrīṁ svāhā ||

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Anonymous April 30, 2013 at 7:09 PM Thanks! Is there a mantra to unseal this Dakshin Kali mantra ? Can you please provide an explanation of this mantra ?

MANBLUNDER

April 30, 2013 at 7:24 PM

I know there is a curse removal mantra, but I am not able to get hold of this mantra now. In case I get this, I will post it here. Mantras cannot be explained. It it only the bija-s that work. At the most it can be explained that dakṣiṇa Kālī is encased (sampuṭīkaraṇa) between these bija-s. Any mantra that is encased will be powerful, as the potency of the mantra will remain with the practitioner. It is known as sampuṭīkaraṇa in Sanskrit, which means 'furnished with a lid'.

Anonymous April 30, 2013 at 7:42 PM Thanks! In this mantra is it Dakshin or Dakshine ?

MANBLUNDER

April 30, 2013 at 7:50 PM

It is Dakshine

Anonymous April 30, 2013 at 8:01 PM So in the original mantra द

MANBLUNDER

णे has to be substituted for द

ण.

April 30, 2013 at 8:05 PM

She is known as Dakṣiṇa Kālī. In other words, Her name is Dakṣiṇa Kālī. But in mantra, She is adored as Dakṣiṇe Kālike due to chandas, etc. In japa you should say only Dakṣiṇe Kālike.

Anonymous April 30, 2013 at 8:11 PM I have substituted द originally above :ॐ

णे for द

ण. So the final mantra is as below & NOT as posted

ंंं हू ं हू ं ंं द णे कािलके ं ं ं हू ं हू ं ं ंवाहा॥

Can you please confirm this ?

MANBLUNDER

April 30, 2013 at 8:32 PM

You can use either द णे or द ण. Some texts say द णे , which seems to be more appropriate as this is used both in Mantramahodadhi and Mantramaharnava. In fact I have noticed that I have used द ण in the mantra after you have pointed out. I would like to go with द णे . Mistake is on my part and I am sorry about this. However, there are many texts which use द ण.

Anonymous April 30, 2013 at 8:35 PM Never apologize. You are a blessed soul. Thanks for confirming. Reply

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Anonymous May 2, 2013 at 5:42 PM Hi, Can you please explain what is curse in a mantra and why it is cursed. Not many gurus gives the curse removal mantra's and only initiate in to mula mantra. If we dont chant the curse removal mantra before reciting mula mantra, Is this is incorrect? Thanks for your great work. Reply Replies MANBLUNDER

May 2, 2013 at 6:28 PM

Many mantras are cursed by sages, saints and even by gods. Even, Gayatri mantra is cursed and this is explained in this article. http://www.manblunder.com/2012/08/removal-of-curses-of-gayatri-mantra.html Those sages, saints and gods who have cursed the mantra have also said how these curses can be removed and also explained the mantra by which his curse can be removed. These curse removal mantras are not easily available nowadays and hence many do not know about the existence of such mantras. If one wants to attain siddhi in a particular mantra, he has to find out whether there are any curses are there for a particular mantra. In the curse removal mantra itself how many times the curse removal mantra is to be recited. Unless this is done, one may not get the effects of the main mantra. Thank you for your good words. Reply

Anonymous May 6, 2013 at 8:49 AM can you tell me about TRILOKYAMOHANA KAVACHAM from rudrayamal tantra Reply Replies MANBLUNDER

May 6, 2013 at 9:37 AM

I will check on that and will let you know a little later. Reply

sadasivuni May 27, 2013 at 8:08 AM Many thanks for your wonderful work..could u please tell sapvimochan mantras for all navakali mantras individually... Reply Replies MANBLUNDER

May 27, 2013 at 8:44 AM

I am not sure whether śāpavimocana mantras for navakālī-s exist. However, I have published śāpavimocana for Dakṣiṇakālī alone, as it is available. In fact tracing out śāpavimocana mantras is extremely difficult and many books containing these mantras are not available from any source. Reply

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anushah June 12, 2013 at 6:03 AM Namaste ravi ji...im having difficulties in prouncing clim.....is it klim? Means c is replaced by k? And in so many verses...its written there as ' k au'.....do we have to pronounce it as kau or k au itself?can u explain about trilokyakarshi vidya? Reply Replies MANBLUNDER

June 12, 2013 at 9:11 AM

Clim means chlim. Whenever "c" is there in IAST (International Alphabet for Sanskrit Transliteration) you have to pronounce this as cha. The following link will help you in pronouncing properly. Guide to IAST Reply

anushah June 13, 2013 at 6:10 AM Dhanyawad ji...Is there any curse removal mantra for this? Reply Replies MANBLUNDER

June 13, 2013 at 8:56 AM

To my knowledge, there is no curse removal mantra. In general, the mantras revealed by Shiva to Shakti have no curses. This is one among them.

anushah June 15, 2013 at 5:33 PM Thk u so much ji Reply

anushah June 16, 2013 at 1:53 PM Respected ravi ji, could u please tell me what is the most powerful sammohan akarshan vidya and the details? Reply Replies MANBLUNDER

June 16, 2013 at 1:57 PM

I don't have any idea about this. I am really sorry. Reply

Anonymous June 25, 2013 at 11:12 AM Namaste Can you share what has been told about upasana krama or procedure for doing upasana or sadhana for kamakala kali and guhya kali as per tantras Reply http://www.manblunder.com/2013/01/kamakalakali-trilokyamohana-kavacham.html

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June 25, 2013 at 1:45 PM

I am not conversant with this procedure. I request you to post this in the discussion forum and someone will answer your query. Reply

Anonymous July 8, 2013 at 7:36 PM dear ser, do you have, and do you now about Chinnamasta TRILOKYAMOHANA KAVACHAM ? Can you published it? Reply Replies MANBLUNDER

July 8, 2013 at 7:47 PM

I am extremely sorry and I do not have this. Reply

Anonymous July 8, 2013 at 9:58 PM Hello sir thank you for your great job. can you tell us about kamakala kali shadha in detail . i have read the book mahakal samhita kamakal kali khanda . But shadhna given their is only for people like king not for simple people . Its method is bamachar . i want to know shatvika way or dakshina char . and also speed of mantra or normal speed of per mala for shadhana .. also which mala Reply Replies MANBLUNDER

July 8, 2013 at 10:07 PM

I am not very conversant with this. But I am looking for this to publish this here, but there are a lot of constraints. In this regard, I am in touch with a few scholars. Once I get the proper information, I will post them here. You can also think of posting this message in discussion forum and someone could post the details there. Reply

Jasyindar August 16, 2013 at 1:42 PM Love your articles very much. May Kapalini bless you abundantly,sir ! Reply

satishboda November 8, 2013 at 4:14 PM Mahakala samhita 9th patal mentions that trailokya aakarshana mantra should be receited before trailokya kavacham. Can anybody throw some light on this and share the mantra. Reply

anushah February 9, 2014 at 6:23 PM DEAR SIR, is that true regarding the benefits of recitation of the kavach according to the number of http://www.manblunder.com/2013/01/kamakalakali-trilokyamohana-kavacham.html

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recitation? Reply Replies MANBLUNDER

February 9, 2014 at 6:54 PM

We cannot take certain things on face value. For example, Lalitā Sahasranāma says that if one recites at least on one full moon day, he or she is liberated? It also says that if this is recited on every Friday, one becomes riches. We know many many people recite LS and they are not rich. Such things are not practically possible. When such verses are composed by sages, they add such benefits to make people recite their verses regularly. Nothing beyond this. Ultimately, it is the union of our mind with our breath and consciousness alone takes forward in our spiritual pursuit. Take this verse as an example. There are many bījākṣara-s in this verse and when we repeat these bījākṣaras, our breath rate comes down, our mind stays focused and our consciousness is purified, causing Bliss. This is what really matters. Reply

anushah February 9, 2014 at 6:25 PM dear sir, is it true the benefits of the kavach according to the number of recitation? Reply

anushah February 9, 2014 at 6:59 PM thank u for ur kind explanation ji Reply

Anonymous March 12, 2014 at 9:30 AM Hi, I have a query which is somewhat off-topic. I am looking for the source text of the "Lalitha mula mantra kavacha" which was given to me by someone. It runs like this: asya srI lalithA kavachastava ratnamantrasya ananda bhairava rishiH, amruta virAt chandah srI mahAtripurasundarI lalithAparAmba devatA Aim bIjam hrIm shaktih shreem kIlakam srI lalithAmba prasAdasiddhyarte shrI lalithA kavachastava ratna mantra japE viniyogah || then the kavacha continues according to the panchadasi mantra. Can you please let me know if you have come across this kavacha and if so what the source text is? Thanks, Aditya Reply

Sri March 25, 2014 at 12:06 AM Kamakalakali trilokya kavacham can i get in tamil Reply

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Replies MANBLUNDER

March 25, 2014 at 5:42 PM

You can send a mail to the following ID and he will be able to provide you one. [email protected] Reply

Luv Razvannshi March 26, 2014 at 5:02 PM hi please help me..how to recite this?? do i have to chant this with mala or simply read it ?? Reply Replies MANBLUNDER

March 26, 2014 at 5:08 PM

You have to only read this with devotion, faith and confidence.

Luv Razvannshi March 31, 2014 at 5:30 PM thank you sir...sir can u please tell me what does the mean of TRILOKYAMOHANA KAVACHAM ?? nd what are its benefits ? thank you

MANBLUNDER

March 31, 2014 at 11:15 PM

It gives powers to conquer the three words referred in Gayatri mantra. The benefits are given at the commencement of the verse.

Luv Razvannshi April 1, 2014 at 4:22 PM sir please last question....i have read all comments...u've given mula mantra..do i have to read that mantra before reciting kavacham ? thank you

MANBLUNDER

April 1, 2014 at 5:10 PM

It is always better to recite mūlamantra along with kavacham. Reply

Adi April 1, 2014 at 11:55 PM Hi, I have a query which is somewhat off-topic. I am looking for the source text of the "Lalitha mula mantra kavacha" which was given to me by someone. It runs like this: asya srI lalithA kavachastava ratnamantrasya ananda bhairava rishiH, amruta virAt chandah srI mahAtripurasundarI lalithAparAmba devatA Aim bIjam hrIm shaktih shreem kIlakam srI lalithAmba prasAdasiddhyarte shrI lalithA kavachastava ratna mantra japE viniyogah || then the kavacha continues according to the panchadasi mantra. Can you please let me know if you have come across this kavacha and if so what the source text is? http://www.manblunder.com/2013/01/kamakalakali-trilokyamohana-kavacham.html

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Thanks in advance. Reply

nirav May 2, 2014 at 5:00 PM dear Sir, please Provide KAMAKALAKALI TRILOKYAMOHANA KAVACHAM & sruti in dvd in sanskrut or hindi. please help Sir, Reply

osankara May 3, 2014 at 9:27 AM namaste guru ji, is there any bija named " HLEEM" i have come across this, in one mantra..im having a doubt that is this is "HLEEM" OR " HREEM". IS There any bija called " hleem" ? ill be very thank full to u sir.. Reply Replies MANBLUNDER

May 3, 2014 at 1:17 PM

To my limited knowledge hlīṁ (hleem) is not used in any mantras. This combination is also not possible because 'ha' is the cause of many mantras and omnipresent. But 'la' is related to earth and used for stambhaka, etc. We have to exercise extreme caution in pronouncing mantras, as otherwise, it could cause irreversible damage. Reply

Bala May 8, 2014 at 6:49 PM Guruji Will above Dakshina Kalike moola mantra provides us with Self-realisation?Also in which chakra does that bijam 'krim' acts?I heard some bija mantras acts in ajna while some other in some lower chakras and produce heat. Reply Replies MANBLUNDER

May 8, 2014 at 11:49 PM

There are nine vargas in Sanskrit letters and 'ka' varga is the second one, which works on throat chakra. However, the second part of krīṁ (īṁ) carries the vibrations from the throat chaka towards ājñācakra and ends at the bindu (representing the dot on m) at sahasrāra. Regarding the first point, mantras as such do not cause Self-realization. Self realization is possible only if we work on our prāṇa, mind and consciousness. Mantra also brings the mind under control along with prāṇa. Reply

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