Devirahasya IIThe jiva (embodied human) is devoid of qualities. Devi, for the jiva, pleasure is delusion. There is no doubt about this. Kundalini, the form of Sun, Moon and Fire, is endowed with qualities. Matrikabheda III, 6.
This is the second chapter of the large tantrik digest Devirahasya, and deals with the bija and other mantras of a number of Devis and Shaktis. Some of these, such as Bala, Jvalamukhi and Rajni have larger sections devoted to them in the body of the text.
As the Matrikabheda Tantra points out, "names" of goddesses are really adjectives of the one goddess, and this goes for male aspects of divinity too.
While, in the original text, the letters making up the following mantras were given in code form, they are decoded in the translation below. Numbers which occur in mantras, such as Krim 3, and so forth, mean the word is to be repeated the requisite number of times.
While the following collection of written words may even be expressed as utterances, the tantrik texts and adepts are adamant that such remain mere words and letters without being infused with the mantra consciousness of the Devis they are said to represent. The same applies to the geometric form of divinity expressed as yantra. They are dead collections of lines and petals without Shakti.
Patala TwoShri Bhairava said: Now I will declare the body of mantras, Maheshvari, [for the forms of] Vishnu, Shakti and Shiva. Listen, Parvati, to the Devis:
Tripura, Tryakshari, Bala, Tripurabhairavi, Kalika, Bhadrakali, Matangi, Bhuvaneshvari, Ugratara, Chinna-Shirsha, Sumukhi, Sarasvati, Annapurna, Mahalakshmi, Sharika, Sharada, Indrakshi, Bagala, Turya, Rajni, Jvalamukhi, Bhida, Kalaratri, Bhavani, Vajrayogini, Varahi, Siddhalakshmi, Kulavagishvari, Padmavati, Kubjika, Gauri, Shri Khechari, Nilasarasvati, and Parashakti.
Now I will declare the whole body of the mantras of the Shaktis. Then I will declare the mantras of Shiva, O Parvati, in the following order:
Mrityunjaya, Amritesha, Vatuka, Maheshvara, Shiva, Sadashiva, Rudra, Mahadeva, Karalaka, Vikarala, Nilakantha, Sharva, Pashupati, Mrida, Pinaki, Girisha, Bhima, Ganesha, Pramathadhipa, Kumara, Krodhana, Kapala, Krura Bhairava, Samhara, Ishvara, Bharga, Ruru, Kalagni, Aghora, Mahakala and Kameshvara.
Deveshi I will (then) declare the Vishnu mantras hidden in the tantras, by which oral doctrine a mantrin goes to Vishnu's feet.
Lakshmi-Narayan, Radha-Krishna, Vishnu-Nrisimha, Varaha, Jamadagni, Sita-Rama, Janardana, Vishvakshena, Vasudeva - thus the 10 Vaishnava (forms).
These high mantras of Shakti, Shiva and Vishnu should be recited by the best of sadhakas, Maheshvari.
Having heard this uttering of the mantras, one should well conceal them.
The eight syllable mantra of Bala is Aim Klim Sauh Balayai Namah. The 15 syllable mantra of Bala is Ka E I La Hrim Ha Sa Ka Ha La Hrim Sa Ka La Hrim. The 16 syllable mantra of Bala is Shrim Hrim Klim Aim Sauh Om Hrim Shrim Ka E I La Hrim Ha Sa Ka Ha La Hrim Sa Ka La Hrim Sauh Aim Klim Hrim Shrim.
The 22 syllable queen of vidyas of Kali is Krim 3 Hum 2 Hrim 2 Dakshine Kalike Krim 3 Hum 2 Hrim 2.
Bhadrakali's great mantra is Krim 3 Hum 2 Hrim 2 Bhaim Bhadrakali Bhaim Hrim 2 Hum 2 Krim 3 Svaha.
The mantra of Raja Matangini is Om Krim O Rajamatangini give, give me all success in my aims Phat Svaha.
The vidya of Bhuvaneshavari is Hrim obeisance to Bhuvaneshvari. The five syllable vidya of Tara, who ferries one across the ocean is Om Hrim Strim Hum Phat.
One should conceal the mantra of Sumukhi, Maheshvari. Om Klim Ucchishtachandalini Sumukhi Devi Mahapishachini Hrim Thah Thah Thah Svaha.
The cosmic mantra of Sarasvati is Om Hrim Aim Hrim Om Sarasvatyai Namah.
The mantra of Annapurna is Om Hrim Shrim Klim namo Bhagavati Maheshvari Annapurne Svaha.
The great mantra of Mahalakshmi is Om Hrim Shrim Klim Aim Sauh Mahalakshmi Prasida 2 Shrim Thah Thah Thah Svaha.
The mantra, hard to get, of Sharika is Om Hrim Shrim Hum Phram Am Sham Sharikayai Namah.
The mantra of Sharada is Om Hrim Klim Sah Namo Bhagavatyai Sharadayai Hrim Svaha.
The mantra of Indrakshi is Om Shrim Hrim Aim Sauh Klim Indrakshi Vajrahaste Phat Svaha.
The mantra of Bagalamukhi is Om Hlim Bagalamukhi Sarvadushthanam Vacham Mukham Padam Stambhaya Jihvam Kilaya 2 Hlim Om Svaha.
The mantra of Mahaturi is Om Trum Traum Mahaturyai Namah.
The mantra of Maharajni is Om Hrim Shrim Ram Klim Sauh Bhagavatyai Rajnyai Hrim Svaha.
The mantra of Jvalamukhi is Om Hrim Shrim Jvalamukhi mama Sarvashatrun bhakshaya 2 Phat Svaha.
The mantra of Bhida is Om Hrim Shrim Hsraim Aim Klim Sauh Bhida Bhagavatyai Hamsarupi Svaha.
The mantra of Kalaratri is Om Aim Hrim Klim Shrim Kalaratri sarvam vashyam kuru 2 viryam Devi Ganeshvaryai Namah.
The mantra of Bhavani is Om Shrim Shrim Om Om Hrim Shrim Shrim Hum Phat.
The mantra of Vajrayogini is Om Hrim Vajrayoginiyai Svaha.
The mantra of Dhumravarahi is Aim Glaum Lam Aim Namo Bhagavati Vartali Vartali Varahi Devate Varahamukhi Aim Glaum Thah Thah Phat Svaha.
The mantra of Siddhalakshmi is Om Shrim Shrim Hrim Hsauh Aim Klim Sauh Siddhalaksmyai Namah.
The mantra of Kulavagishvari is Om Klim Hram Shrim Hum Jham Jhasahaste Kulavagishvari Aim Thah Jham Thah Strim Thah Svaha.
The mantra of Padmavati is Om Hrim Shrim Klim Blum Padmavati Mama Varam Dehi 2 Phat Svaha.
The mantra of Kubjika is Om Shrim Prim Kubjike Devi Hrim Thah Svaha.
The mantra of Gauri is is Om Shrim Hrim Glaum Gam Gauri Gim Svaha.
The mantra of Nilasarasvati is Om Hram Aim Hum Nilasarasvati Phat Svaha.
The mantra of Parashakti is Om Shrim Hrim Klim Sauh Hsauh Parashaktyai Aim Svaha.
Now I will declare the Shaiva mantras to you, listen Parvati. This supreme secret is revealed through your devotion. It is the ultimate secret of secrets and should be concealed like your own yoni.
End of Patala Two
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