In the Lalita Sahasranama Stotram, we sing the praises of the Goddess Lalita and her divine qualities.
By chanting the names of Lalita, we are granted spiritual clarity and intense love for Divine Mother.
The chanting of the Lalita Sahashranama, the Thousand Names of Lalita Devi, brings us great fruit. The Chanter becomes a shining light in the darkness of night.
But worship with the Three Hundred Names, Lalita Trishati, brings even greater fruit. The fruits of this chanting are explained in the verse that follows:
“Whatever fruit may be derived from the offerings and songs, and the continuous recitations of other mantras, that fruit will be multiplied by ten million qualities for those who worship with these Three Hundred Names.”
Every word in the Lalita Trishati has a particular energy, a special Bhavana, and an intensity of vibration. When chanted with the special mode of pronunciation, the three hundred names come alive and make the Mother manifest.
Worship and Celebrations at the Devi Mandir
At the Devi Mandir, Lalita Devi spontaneously reveals Herself through Shree Maa.
On one occasion, several years ago, Lalita showed Her playful nature by acting through Shree Maa.
On the tour of the United States, one night the devotees packed their instruments in preparation for an early start the next day. In the evening, during the Arati, everyone was singing and dancing, when Shree Maa asked about the instruments. Hearing that they were packed, Shree Maa got up and went to the kitchen. Soon the rhythmic sound of a plate being struck by a spoon emerged in perfect beat to the “Jai Maa, Jai Maa,” which was being sung.
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