Lalitha Tripura Sundari Devi Alankaram: Dasara is the most prominent festival, in my view. Today is Goddess Sri Durga Devi is Decorated as “Sri Lalitha Tripura Sundari Devi” Alankaram is worshiped as the goddess at atop of the Indrakeeladri of 25th September during “Ashwayuja Shuddha Panchami” tidhi. Goddess Lalitha represents the Panchabhuta of the Universe. On this alankaram, She is seated on Lord Siva, while goddess Sri Lakshmi Devi and Saraswati Devi are there on right and left with ‘vinjamarams’ (fans) in their hands to serve her as described in Lalita Sahasranama stotram as ‘sachamara ramavaani savya dakshita sevita’.
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Sri Lalitha Tripura Sundari Devi Alankaram
Sri Lalitha Tripura Sundari Devi Significance: Sri Lalitha represents the Panchabhuta of the Universe.
- Vayu (Air)
- Jala (Water)
- Agni (Five)
- Bhumi (Earth)
- Akasha (Space)
Goddess Lalitha also represents the Sri Chakra, it is representing the origin and existence of the universe.
She appears enthroned with her left foot upon the Sri chakra and right side with Goddess Lakshmi Devi and left side with Goddess Saraswathi Devi. In her hands traditional symbols like sugarcane, flower, noose (pasam), goad (amkusam).
She is the Echa, Chaitanya Gnyana shakthi swaroopini.
Lalitha Tripura Sundari Devi
Lalitha Tripura Sundari means ” The Most Beautiful Girl in the Three Worlds “.
Lalita means – “She who plays”, all creation, manifestation and dissolution
Tripura means – The three worlds Svarloka ( heaven) Bhuloka ( Physical world) patala (Hell).
Sundari means – Most Beautiful
Poojas are performed and different kinds of eatables are offered to the goddess as naivedyam.
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