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Personal life[ edit ] Soundarya was born in a Kannada brahmin family to an industrialist and Kannada film writer-producer K. She discontinued her M. She married G. Raghu, who is a childhood friend and a Software Engineer. She had wide popularity and tremendous goodwill among Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Tamil Nadu and is probably the most successful actress after Savitri in the history of Telugu cinema and is often called the "Savitri of modern Telugu cinema". She died in a aircraft crash along with her brother Amarnath in Bangalore during an election campaign to support BJP Party while travelling to Karimnagar from banglore on 17 april at 1.

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There, the Lord gave him a manuscript containing verses which described the many facets of the Goddess, as a gift to him. While Shankara was returning, Nandi stopped him on the way. He snatched the manuscript from him, tore it into two, took one part and gave the other to Shankara. A very unhappy, Shankara, ran to Shiva and narrated the incident to him.

Shiva, smiling, commanded him to retain the 41 verses with him as the initial part of the verses and then, write an extra 59 verses in praise of the Goddess himself. Thus, verses 1 - 41 are the original work of Lord Shiva, shedding great light on the ancient rituals of Tantra, Yantra and various powerful Mantras. Verses 1 - 41 describe the mystical experience of the union of Shiva and Shakti and related phenomena are called Ananda Lahari Wave of Bliss.

This is why this hymn is of paramount importance in the worship of Sri Lalita form of Devi Maa. The remaining verses, i. This section describes the beauty of Devi Maa from head to toe in finer details, exhausting almost all literary ornamentation alankaras in Sanskrit language!

In practice, however, entire hymn of slokas is referred to as Soundarya Lahari Wave of Beauty. Geeta has a habit of getting up at 4 AM to perform her puja.

The next day of her arrival, Geeta got up as usual during Brahma Muhurtam and was cleaning the diyas in the kitchen. She could hear someone walking outside the kitchen in the foyer.

She could hear the soft tinkling sounds of anklets… She thought Kalpana must have woken up and got busy in the cleaning and later in performing the puja. She could feel someone walking into the room and sitting next to her. Kalpana said she got up late and hence was preparing food for her husband and children in the kitchen and that she was coming to the puja room only then.

Then who did Geeta hear walking early in the morning and who sat next to her while she performed puja??? The following day, when Geeta was performing the puja, Kalpana sat observing the process. After the puja Geeta asked what Kalpana saw.

Kalpana explained that she saw a golden Peetam on which a Devi with red colored saree was sitting. Geeta explained that she was not performing Shiva puja but in fact it was the Sri Chakra puja that she was performing all the while. It is believed that Sri Chakra puja has to be performed only after initiation by a Guru. Later after everyone left for the work, Kalpana asked Geeta to explain Soundarya Lahari to her. They both sat in front of the altar puja room.

As soon as Geeta started the explanation of the first stanza, Kalpana immediately asked her to hold. The reason She could see Devi Maa in front of her sitting crossed legged with an orange saree, lot of jewels and a big smile. Geeta has the habit of praying to Adi Shankara to seek his blessings before reading Soundarya Lahari.

So she told Kalpana to think of him before starting. Suddenly Kalpana exclaimed that she could see him sitting at the feet of Devi Maa with his hands in praying position and looking at Mother Goddess. Kalpana could see that he was very small compared to the size of Devi Maa. As Geeta read the book Kalpana explained each and every part of the Goddess from head to toe in a sequence. Devi Maa showed Kalpana her naked body as described by Adi Shankara.

Mother Goddess was slowly revealing each and every part of her body in front of Kalpana and she was able to describe the same. Before Geeta started the next sloka Kalpana used to explain and describe what would come in that particular sloka.

Initially Kalpana was reluctant to describe Devi Maa to Geeta as for any lady it is embarrassing to describe the nakedness of another woman, be it Goddess or any one. But Devi Maa had something else in mind. Geeta wanted to touch Mother Goddess feet and requested the same to Kalpana. So Kalpana guided her hands to Devi Maa feet for namaskaram. Geeta was stunned hearing the description by Kalpana. What a divine image Kalpana must have seen. When Geeta showed how the Sri Meru looks like and asked if Kalpana had seen the same.

Kalpana was shocked beyond words and said that it was same but bigger, brighter and golden. Kalpana also saw the flowers that Geeta was offering to the Sri Chakra were falling on the Sri Meru but the flowers were bigger in size. Sri Chakra written on a sheet of panchaloha, silver or gold while Sri Meru is the 3D verson of the same. After this experience Kalpana got interested in learning about it.

By the time they finished by around 2pm, Kalpana was so exhausted with the divine energy she almost fainted with a very worried Geeta attending to her not knowing what to do. Although I was not a witness to the morning process, I could see how drained Kalpana was in the evening. Around 5pm Geeta called me to say that they would not be able to come as Kalpana was almost unconscious as she had seen Mother Goddess. In fact she asked if I can come to their house taking all the food. I was naturally a little upset as I had completed my preparation and being a weekend I did not want to face the traffic from Dubai to Sharjah.

After two hours a very tired Kalpana called to say that they would in fact be coming over. I was relieved. When I saw her, I could immediately see why Geeta was reluctant to bring Kalpana. She was tired and groggy as if she got up from deep sleep. Her eyes were drooping throughout the evening. Unless one is prepared to receive it, it is not feasible for ordinary mortal like us to bear it. Smaram yonim lakshmeem tritaya-mida-maadau tava mano Nidhaayaike nitye niravadhi-mahabhoga-rasikaah Bhajanti twaam cintaamani-gunanibaddhaaksha-valayaah Sivaagnau juhvantah surabhigrita-dhaaraahuti-sataih Oh!

Eternal Goddess Supreme! Soundarya Lahari is a tantric text with mantra, yantra and tantra. Each sloka is a mantra and stands on its own. One can contemplate and meditate on any one sloka. To know the phalashruti of each of the slokas please refer to the following link:.

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There, the Lord gave him a manuscript containing verses which described the many facets of the Goddess, as a gift to him. While Shankara was returning, Nandi stopped him on the way. He snatched the manuscript from him, tore it into two, took one part and gave the other to Shankara. A very unhappy, Shankara, ran to Shiva and narrated the incident to him. Shiva, smiling, commanded him to retain the 41 verses with him as the initial part of the verses and then, write an extra 59 verses in praise of the Goddess himself. Thus, verses 1 - 41 are the original work of Lord Shiva, shedding great light on the ancient rituals of Tantra, Yantra and various powerful Mantras.

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While Shankara was returning after visiting Kailash, Nandi stopped him on the way. He snatched the manuscript from him, tore it into two, took one part and gave the other to Shankara. Shankara, desolate, ran to Shiva and narrated the incident to him. Shiva, smiling, commanded him to retain the 41 verses with him as the initial part of the verses and then, write an extra 59 verses in praise of the Goddess himself. Thus, verses 1 - 41 are the original work of Lord Shiva, shedding great light on the ancient rituals of Tantra, Yantra and various powerful Mantra. Verses 1 - 41 describe the mystical experience of the union of Shiva and Shakti and related phenomena.

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