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The Lalitatrisati with the Namavali

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The Lalitatrisati with the Namavali


The Lalitatrisatistotra comprises fifty-nine verses containing three hundred names of the goddess Lalita. This hymn-cum-Mantra which is to be chanted as a necessary element of the regular devotions of Lalita’s devotees is transmitted to us in a narrative of eighty-five verses.

This manual provides the practitioner with a guide to Sanskrit pronunciation, The Lalitatrisati shorter version, the teaching associated with the Mantra, and the full (longer) version of the Mantra.

51 pages; spiral bound


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Transmitted by Sri Swami Chetanananda Saraswati

An American meditation master and abbot of The Movement Center in Portland, Oregon, Swami Chetanananda serves as spiritual teacher, mentor, and beloved guide to students throughout the world. Born and educated in the Midwest, he trained under Swami Rudrananda until Rudi passed away in 1973. He was initiated into the Saraswati Order in 1978 in Ganeshpuri, India, with Swami Muktananda presiding. In addition, he is a lineage holder in the Shi-je tradition of Padampa Sangye and the practices of the Longchen Nyingthig tradition of Tibetan Buddhism

Translated by Professor Alexis Sanderson, Director of the Institute for Saivite and Tantric Studies

Professor Sanderson is the Spalding Professor Emeritus of Eastern Religions and Ethics in the University of Oxford and an Emeritus Fellow of All Souls College in the same university.  He is widely recognized as the world’s leading authority on Saivism and the Tantric traditions.