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Yoga vaibhavam (Saparya yoga vaibhavam) Lalitha sahasranama is a unlimited treasure trove, aptly called rahasya nama sahasra.

There are many faces and multitudes of revelations in these names. Vag devatas have thought of all aspects of sadhana in composing this work. Of Late, while browsing the names, it was unknowingly catching the attention on the similarity of the names with the saparya ritual. Few names were exact match; few others had the same meaning. Some of these thoughts were at random, mostly during daily chanting and much more intense during the laksharchana. The following is an outcome of the inspiration, a share on the beauty of these revelations. The Saparya starts with the sampradaya guru stotra which can be related to dakshinamurthy roopini and sanakaadi samaraadhyaa- showing us the initial guru and his disciples, hence the traditional guru paramparaa. The dvaara devata pooja will be seen in bhadra murthy indicative of Bhadra kali; Bhairavi the feminine form of bhairava and ganaambaa- the feminine form of Lambodara - ganesha. The sankalpa resolve - is seen as mahaayaaga kramaaradhyaa, we also generally state dharmaarthakaama moksha catur vidhya purushaartha sidyyartham this seen as trivargadaatree , svargaaparvargadaa, and purushaartha pradaa. The asana seat is denoted by padmaasanaa which shows many aspects of the seat like softness, posture etc. Another name sukhaaradhyaa will point to the state of mind and also the posture sukhaasanaa The object of worship which is usually a Sri Cakra is seen as cakra raja niketanaa, sricakra raaja nilayaa, meru nilayaa. This Sri Cakra is inclusive of all other cakras as seen in sarva yantraatmikaa, mahaayantraa. The pranaprathishtaa ritual is seen as praanadaa

The peeta pooja which is seen as from amrtaambhonidhaye namah to mahamayaa yavanikaayai namah is seen astonishingly in sumeru Madhya srngasthaa, srimannagara naayikaa, cinatmani grahantasthaa, panca brahma sanansthitaa, mahaa padmataveesamstha. Kadamba vana vaasini The deepa pooja is aptly seen in agyana dhvanta deepikaa which shows us the actual goal of the said ritual (saparya.) as the inner light The bhoota shuddhi is seen in taapa trayaagni samtapta samaahladana candrikaa- this name speaks about both the burning aspect of the limited body (sankoca sareeram dahadaha paca paca) and the cooling aspect of the ashes (paramashivaamrtam varshaya varshaya), this is also seen as sudhaa sruthi. These are found in this practical ritual manual. The final glorious body born out of the ashes (shaambhava sareeram uptaadaya utpaadaya) is meditated as shaambhavee The vighnotsarana is seen in mahaa ganesha nirbhinna vighna yantra parharshitaa and samhrtaashesha paashandaa. The meditation of a protective fire wall (digbandhana) is seen in jvalamaalini kashipta vahni praakaara Madhya gaa

The nyaasaa jaalaa are seen in: matruka nyasa- maatrukaavarna roopini, malini nyasa -maalini, Srikhandaadi nyaasaaa srikhandaardha shareerinee mula vidya nyaasaa - mula kuta traya kalebhara The laghu shoda with: ganaamba ganesa nyaasa, taatanka yuagaleebhoota tapanodupa mandala - tapana as sun the central figure of all planets will indicate the graha nyasa and udu as star will relate to the nakshatra nyaasa, the whole yogini nyaasaa in detail from vishuddhi cakra nilayaa to yaakinyambaa svaroopini, the peeta nyaasa in panacahsat peeta roopini.

The paatra sadhana placement of vessels is seen in various forms. The whole process is visualized from caitanyaarghya samaraadhyaa- pointing to the vishesharghya stapana, thus indicating the earlier sthapana of vardhani and samaanya arghya. The pedestal, vessel and liquids are seen as fire, sun and moon relatively in the names vahnimandala vaasini, bhanu mandala madhyastha, candra mandala madhyagaa. kalaatmikaa will show the thirty eight kalaas of the agni, surya and soma mandalaas The invoking of the aspects in creative, nurturing, annihilative, concealment and grace into the vishesharghya are seen as srtikartri, brhama roopa, goptri, govindaroopini, samhaarini, Rudraroopa, tirodhanakaree, Isvari, sadasivaa anugrahadaa. Sudha devi praarthanaa mantras are also seen: akhandaika + naayike:- Kumaamrtaika rasikaa, akulasthaamrtaakaare + roopini akulaa , tvatroopinyaika+kuru- citeka asaroopini. The offering of guru paatra is seen as guru moorthy, the tarpana to the three gurus are seen in trivarganilayaa, his prasada is seen in guru priyaa. Antar havan of eight aspects are seen in: punyaapunya phala pradaa and dharamaadharma vivarjitaa, the first two and last two are said the middle two sets can be visualized. The antar havan is seen in cidangni kunda sambhootaa The antar yagaa is seen in antar mukha samaraadhyaa and bhaavanaagamyaa . The murti kalpana for aavaahana is leela vigraha dhaarinee The sixty four services (upacaras) are in a single note as catusshashti upacaaradhyaa. Some aspects are also said as: aruna dukoola parishanam and aruna kucottareeyam - arunaaruna kausumbha vadtra bhastvat katitadi candanaagaru kumkuma kastoori gorocanadi divya gandha sarvaangeena vilepanam- candana drava digdhaangii and divya gandhaadhyaa nava mani makutam - kuruvinda mani sreni kanat koteera manditaa candra sakalam - caru candra kalaa dharaa tilaka ratnam - sindoora tilakaancitaa mani kundala yugalam - kanat kanaka taatankaa

naasaabharana - taraa kaanti tiraskaari naasaabharana bhaasuraa adhara yaavakam - nava vidruma bimba sri nyakkari radana chadaa prathama bhooshanam kamesha baddha maangalya sutra shobita kandahraa muktavali, ekavali -ranta graiveya cintaka lola mukta phalanvita keyura yugala catushtayam, valayavali, urmikavali- kanakaangada keyoora kamaneeya bhujanvitaa kancidamam - ratna kinkinikaa ramya rashanaa daama bhusshitaa, saagara mekhalaa rantam noopuram - sinjana mani manjeera mandita sri padambujaa kameshvarnka paryankopavesanam - shiva kameshvarankasthaa amrtaasava cashakam - madagoornita locana karpoora veetikaa - karpooraveetikaamoda samaakarshaddigantaraa aananda ullasa vilaasa haasam - caaru haasaa, dara haasojjvalanmikhee and svatmaanada lavee boota brahmadyananda santati;. Chatra, darpana, taala vrntaa mahaa samraajya shaalini Caamara- sa caamara ramaa vaani savya dakshina sevitaa The last five upacaras of sandal paste, offering flowers, incense smoke; lighted lamps and food are in a single name panca sankhyopacarini The offering of betel after food is seen in tamboola poorita mukhi The gesture (mudra) for pooja is gyana mudraa; the tarpan is enjoined in bindu tarpana santushtaa The shadangadevatarchana is seen in shadanga devtaayuktaa The nitya mandala pooja is seen in prataipanmukhya raakaanta tithi mandala poojitaaThe individual nityaas are also seen; 1. Kaameshvari kameshvara prana naadi; 2. bhagamalini- bhagamalini; (another name maanavatee indicative of maanadaa the second candra kalaa and hence the second nityaa too) 3. nitya klinna- nitya klinaa;

4. bherundaa turya meaning the fourth; (another name tushi the fourth candra kalaa and hence the fourth nityaa too) 5. vahni vaasini- vahni mandala vaasini; (another name pushti the fifth candra kalaa and hence the fifth nityaa too) 6. vajreshvari vajreshvari (another name ratipriyaa indicative of rati the sixth candra kalaa and hence the sixth nityaa too) 7. shivadootee shivadootee (another name dhrti the seventh candra kalaa and hence the seventh nityaa too) 8. tvaritaa sadya prasaadini; khipra prasaadini 9. kulasundari kulangana; 10. nityaa nityaa (another name kaanti the tenth candra kalaa and hence the tenth nityaa too, maataa is another name which will show us the nityaa nityaa mantra) 11. neela patakaa neela ciikura; 12. vijayaa vijayaa ; (another name sreekaree indicative of sree the twelfth candra kalaa and hence the twelfth nityaa ) 13. sarva mangalaa sarva mangalaa; (another name preeti the thirteenth candra kalaa and hence the thirteenth nityaa too) 14. jvalaa malini tejovatee; 15. citraa poornaa; kalaanaathaa a composite of all kalaas of candra mandala 16. mahaa nityaa nishkalankaa; 17. mahaa saptadasi nityaa Sarvaateetaa This devi is called so in the pooja paddhati 18. The attendant deity (bali devata) of these sixteen nityaa is called kurukulla the same name is found in sahasranama also. The guru mandala in a name guru mandala roopini; The nava naathas are seen as:1. prakaashnanada natha paraakaashaa; 2. vimarshananda natha vimarsha roopini; 3. aanandanandanatha paramanadaa, 4. Sri gyanaanandanatha gyanadaa, 5. Sri satyanandanatha- satya roopaa,

6. Sri poornanandanatha poornaa, 7. svabhaavanandanatha- svabhava madhuraa, 8. pratibhanandanatha vidagdhaa- both names mean very skillful, 9. subhaganandanatha subhagaa.

The divyaugha :1. paraprakaashanandanatha sva prakaaashaa; 2. para shivanandanatha shiva paraa; 3. parasakthyambaa paraasakti; 4. kauleshvaranandanatha kaulamarga tatpara sevitaa; 5. shukladevyamba shukla samsthitaa; 6. kuleshavranandanatha kuleshavri; 7. kameshvaryamba kama sevitaa . The siddhaugha as: 1. bhoganandanatha- mahaa bhogaa ; 2. klinnanandanatha- nitya klinna ; 3. samayanandanatha samayaantasthaa ; 4. sahajaanandanatha- svasthaa.

The manavaugha as:1. gagananandanatha gaganaantasthaa ; 2. vishvanandanatha vishavaroopaa, 3. vimalanandanatha- nirmalaa, 4. madananandanatha mada shaalini, 5. bhuvananandanatha- bhuvaneshvari, 6. leelanandanatha leela vinodini , 7. svatmanandanatha- svatmaaraamaa 8. priyanandanatha priyamkari

Interestingly my own parampara is seen as: 1. ( Sri Paraatparatara Guru) Sri Subramanyanandanatha guhajanma bhoo, 2. (Sri Paraatpara Guru) Sri Shankaranandanatha- shaankari, 3. (Sri Parameshti Guru) Sri Shivaanandanatha-shivapriyaa, 4. (Sri Parama guru) Sri Natananandanatha- nateshvari, 5. (Sri Guru) Sri Yajananandanatha- yagnaroopa, 6. (Self) aatmaanandanatha - aatmaa. Till this is called layaanga pooja

Now the Avarana pooja is seen as : The first enclosure (avarana) which is representing the three worlds (trailokya mohana cakra) can be visualized in the name dharaa, the devatas is seen as:The first line of the enclosure is the ten siddhi devatas, who are seen in the name mahaa sidhhaa.

The second line of eight matrukaas :1. brahmi brahmi, 2. maheshvari- maheshvari, 3. kaumari guhamba, 4. vaishanavi- vaishnavi, 5. varahi pancami (the fifth of the order of matruka), 6. indrani vajrini ( the weapon of indra is vajra-the thunderbolt) 7. camunda candikaa, 8. mahalakshmi maha lakshmi. The third line of this enclosure has the ten mudra devatas, who are seen in dasha mudraa samaraaadhyaa. The yoginis of this enclosure have the common name prakata yogini seen as prakataa krtih. The Cakreshvari of this enclosure is called tripuraa the same name is seen in sahasranama

The second enclosure (avarana) called (sarvaashaa paripooraka) has sixteen deities, whose names end with nityaa kalaa Devi, thus we can see them in a name nityaa shodasikaa roopaa The yoginis of this enclosure have the common name gupta yogini seen as goptri. The Cakreshvari of this enclosure is called tripureshi the same name is seen in sahasranama The third enclosure (avarana) called (sarva samkshobhana) has eight deities of the Shivas eight aspects can been seen in shivamoorthy. Their names start with anaga, thus we can see them in a name ashtamurti The Cakreshvari of this enclosure is called tripurasundari the same name is seen in sahasranama as srimattripurasundaree

The fourth enclosure (avarana) called (sarva saubhagya daayaka) is identified with the fourteen worlds seen in the name unmesha nimishotpanna vipanna bhuvanaavalih and the fourteen deities are seen as:1. Sarva samkshobini kshobini 2. Sarva vidravini saandra karunaa (dravana is to melt the heart with kindness) 3. Sarvaakarshini bhakta citta keki ghanaaghanaa 4. Sarvaahladini mahaa rati 5. Sarva sammohini - sarva mohini 6. Sarva stambhini nishkriyaa 7. Sarvajrmbhini aneka koti brahmnada janani (jrmbhana means to blossom) 8. Sarva vashankari sarva loka vashamkari 9. Sarva ranjini ranjini 10. Sarvonmadini manonmanee 11. Sarvaartha sadhini - sarvaartha datri 12. Sarvasampattipoorani- vasudaa 13. Sarva mantra mayee mahaa mantra 14. Sarva dvandva kshayamkari nirdvaitaa The yoginis of this enclosure have the common name sampradaya yogini seen as sampradayeshvari.

The Cakreshvari of this enclosure is called tripuravaasini this name is seen as tristhaa in sahasranama

The fifth enclosure (avarana) is identified with the ten prana (per bhavanopanishad) and seen as praanaroopinee, the ten deities are seen as:1. Sarvasiddhi pradaa- siddha mataa 2. Sarva sampat pradaa dhana dhanya vivardhini 3. Sarva priyamkari prema roopaa 4. Sarva mangala karini sarva mangalaa 5. Sarva kaama pradaa- kaama dayini 6. Sarva dukha vimocani dukha hantree 7. Sarva mrthyu prashamani mrthu mathani 8. Sarva vighna nivarini vighna nashini 9. Sarvaanga sundari anavadhyaangi / komalaangi 10. Sarva saubhagya dayini bhakta saubhagya dayini The yoginis of this enclosure have the common name kulotterna yogini seen as kulotternaa. The Cakreshvari of this enclosure is called tripuraasrii this name is seen as tripurasrii vashankarii in sahasranama

The sixth enclosure (avarana) has ten deities:1. Sarvagnaa sarvagynaa 2. Sarvasakti sarva sakti mayee 3. Sarvaishvarya pradaa mahaishvaryaa 4. Sarvagyana mayee gyana vigrahaa 5. Sarva vyadhi vinaashini sarva vyadhi prashamani 6. Sarvaadhaara svaroopaa sarvaadharaa 7. Sarva paapaharaa papa naashini 8. Sarvaanada mayee aananda kalilaa 9. Sarva raksha svaroopini rakshakaree 10. Sarvespsita phala pradaa vanchitaartha pradaayinee

The yoginis of this enclosure have the common name nigarbhayogini seen as nirbhavaa and ajaa. The Cakreshvari of this enclosure is called tripuramaalini the same name is seen in sahasranama The seventh enclosure (avarana) has eight deities of speech can be seen as vaagvaadini and the eight devatas are seen as:1. Vashini sarva loka vasankarai 2. Kameshvari kamaroopini in the form of kameshvaraa, i.e. the feminine form 3. Modni paraamodaa 4. Vimlaa- vimalaa 5. Arunaa sarvaarunaa 6. Jayini jayaa 7. Sarveshavri sarveshvari 8. Kaulini- kaulini The yoginis of this enclosure have the common name rahasya yogini seen as guhya roopini. The Cakreshvari of this enclosure is called tripuraasiddhaa this name is seen as siddheshavari in sahasranama The weapon in the middle of the seventh and eight enclosures are seen explicitly:1. Bana panca tanmaatra sayakaa 2. Capa mano ropeekshu kodandaa 3. Paasha raaga svaroopa paashadhyaa 4. Ankusha krodhakaaramkushijvalaa s The eighth enclosure (avarana) is a triangle and is visualized in trikonagaa and yoni nilayaa-(Yoni also means a triangle), it is also identified with three gunas and is seen as trigunaa, the three aspects of knowledge, action and will are seen in iccha sakti gyana sakti kriyaa sakti svaroopini , the deities and associated seats (peeta), are seen as:1. Mahakameshvari mahaa kamesha mahishi , the seat is kamagiri seen as kaama poojitaa here a part of the name is only seen, we have to infer the whole , similar reference is there in sarva siddhikara stotra which starts as ganesha graham nakshatra+.

kaama poorna jakaaraakhya sri peetaantar nivaasini- where a part of the name is only told for the peeta. 2. Vajreshavri the same name is seen, the peeta is poorna giri peeta seen in srngaara rasa sampoornaa the last part seen as poorna points to the peetam, here the explanation for srngaara rasa as seen from bhaskararayya srnga means horns and hence number two, rasa the tastes and traditionally there are six variances , pointing to number six, aara means petals, on a whole two six petals , which is twelve petals , showing us the anahata chakra , where during the nyaasa we place the poorna giri peeta and vajreshvarai devi. 3. Bhagamalini the same name is seen in bhagaaradhyaa of the same meaning and the peeta is also explicit jaalandhara sthitaa. 4. Lalitambika is the fourth deity and her name is there in the sahasranama as such , the aspect of kalaa is seen as shantyaateeta kalaatmikaa and the peeta is also clearly said as odyana peeta nilayaa The Cakreshvari of this enclosure is called tripuraamabaa the same name is seen as tripurambikaa in sahasranama The middle bindu sthana is seen in: - Sri vidyaa Sri shodasaksharee vidyaa Shiva saktyaikya svaropini baindavaasanaa bindu mandala vaasini The mudras for in this pooja are also said yoni mudraa and trikhandeshi The peeta here is shaambava peeta denoted as shambhu mohini and shiva kameshvarankasthaa. The Cakreshvari of this enclosure is called mahaa tripurasundari the same name is seen in sahasranama

The anga devatas are seen as:Balaa Balaa Annapoorneshvari annadaa Ashvaroodaa ashvaroodhadhishtitaashva koti kotibhiraavrtaa

The caturaayatana devtas are seen as:-

Ganesha Kameshvara mukhaaloka kalpita sri ganeshvaraa Surya Mitra roopini Mitra also means surya Shiva Shivaa Vishnu Naaraayanee

The five deities of Mahayaaga kramaa are also found Ganesha kumara gana naathaambaa Balaa leela vinodini Matangi geya cakra rathaa rooda mantrini parisevitaa Varaahi kiri cakra rathaa rooda dandanaatha puraskrtaa (In kalpa sutra instead of Balaa karma we find paraa pooja in the above set of deities, we have the same name paraa in Sahasranama)

The panca pancikaa deities are also seen:Panca lakshmi raajya lakshmi Panca kosha kosha naatha panca koashantarasthitaa paranjyoti (one of the koshamba) Panca kamadhughaa kama dhughk Panca kalpalataa bhaktimat kalpa laitikaa Panca rantaa mukundaa (this is a type of gem, one of the nine treasures of kubera)

The shaddarsana devtaas are also seen: Bauddha darsana mahaa Buddha Vaideeka darsana gayatree/ savitree/ sarasvatee/ dvija brnda nishevtaa Saura darsana maartanda bhairavaaradhyaa Shaiva darsana shivaaradhyaa Vaishnava darsana kamalaaksha nishevitaa Sakta darsana hreemkaari

Thre aamnaaya devataas are also visible as :Poorvaamnaaya unmodini poorvaja (here poorva is indicative of this aamnaayaa) Dakshinaamnaaya bhogini bhogini

Pascimaamnaaya kuncikaa kundalini ( kuncikaa means hunch backed with reference to the kundalini who lies like a coiled serpent of three and half round) Uttaraamnaaya kaalikaa mahaa kalee The shadhadhva pooja is seen in a single name shadhadhavaateeta roopini

The kamakala dhyana is in two names, one is the kamakala bija I, which is a name and another is kamakalaaroopaa. The fire sacrifice (havan) done is seen as yagyna kartri and bali at the end of the said sacrifice in bali priyaa

The rendering of praises to the adored deity is seen in stotra priyaa, naama paarayana priyaa., saama gaana priyaa. The Suvasini pooja is seen as suvasinyarcana priyaa. The samaayika pooja is seen as veera ghoshti priyaa.

The tarpana to guru was told earlier, now aatma tarpanam in the tattva shodhana is seen as aatma vidyaa This is the paramjoti koshamba of eight syllables as revealed by Sri Bhaskararaya. The tarpana to all deities will be seen in rahas tarpana tarpitaa The tattva shodhana as per paramaananda tantra will speak about of trimurtis, three states with the breaks three knots in the path of kundalini as the cleansing of the three malaas, (satvaatmaka brahma granthi vidalana praveenaaya vishva vaishvananaraatma sthoola sareeraaya vaani vallabha sahitaaaya vishva purushaatmane and likewise for the rest) so brahma granthi vibhedini, vishva roopa, jaagarini for the first; vishnu granthi vibhedini, svapanti taijasaatmikaa for the second; Rudra granthi vibhedini, suptaa, praagyaatmikaa will point to the aanava, mayika and karmika mala shodhana. nirmalaa, turyaa, sarvaavasthaa

vivarjitaa will show us the state reached by sarva tattva shodhana. The purna patra will be in Sahasraaraambujaaroodhaa and sudha saaraabhi varshini The puja samarpana and kshamaa praarthana is seen as dayaa murti and avyaaja karunaa moorthy

These thoughts on the identity of the saparya and Sahasranama affirm the saying of Sri Lalitha Devi in the phala sruti that, even though one may not do to the japa of pancadasi or perform the Saparya ritual, the chanting of this sahasranama is essential, since we find that this also includes the saparyaa and mantra shastraa. Another captivating thought on the most popular guru vandana slokaa sreenaathaadi guru trayam is shared 1. Sreenaathaadi guru trayam: The sva guru, parama guru and parameshti guru- The above decoding points at names Guru moorthy, trivarga nilayaa 2. ganapathim The Maha ganapathi His emergence from the glance of Lalithambika to kameshavra is said in the name kameshvara mukhaaloka kalpita sree ganeshvaraa 3. peeta trayam The kamagiri, purna giri and jaalandahra from the above text in the eight avaranas palce we find names kaamapoojitaa, poornaa, jaalandharasthitaa 4. bhairavam The terrific deity- we find a name mahaa bhairava poojitaa. 5. siddhaugham The gropu of siddhas we find a name siddheshvaree 6. Vatukatrayam : The deities kumara, brahma and citraa are the vatukas said, we find two of them kumara iin guhaambaa and brahma (virinci) in Brhamaanee. Thus the thord is to be inferred . 7. Padayuhgam : The feet of Lalithambikaa is seen in the name pada dvaya

prabhaajaala paraakrta sarooruhaa 8. dooteekramam : The ten dootees are representing the five elements and their experience The first is unnamed since it is space , next mahaa points to the vayu, divya points to the fire , shankha will point to water and padma to earth. Thus the names ;panca bhooteshi and panca sankhyopacaarinee will show these deities

9. mandalam : The three spheres of existence as seen from above vahni mamdala vaasini, bhanu mamdala madhyagaa and candra madala vaasini 10. veeraandvyashta : veeraaraaadhyaa 11. catushaka shashti: The sixty four siddhas representing the sixty four study routes seen in the names cathushshashti kalaa mayee and siddha maataa 12. navakam : The nine gestures in the ritual (mudras) the tenth also is included in the name dasa mudraa samaaradhyaa 13. veeraavali pancakam : The five modes of creation, sustenance, annihilation, odscurance and grace seen in names panaca krtya paraayanaaand panca braham svaroopini 14. sriman maalini: The maalini , an order of the fifty one alphabets in a different manner, starting from na ending with pha is seen straight away in the name maalinee 15. mantraraaja : The king of mantra, we can see this in the name mahaavidyaa; also the most secret mantra of sixteen syllables is also called thus , which is seen as sree shodasaaksharee vidyaa Vande guruor mandalam: This I bow to this congregation of the preceptors of this vidyaa is seen in guru mandala roopinee The ten accomplished aspirants seen in the name

Interestingly we can see the list of upaasakaas of the said ritual in the sahasranama :1. Kama sevitaa Worshipped by Lord Manmatha 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Lopamudraarcitaa Worshipped by Sri Devi Lopamudra, wife of Sage Agastya Candra vidyaa Worshipped by Lord Candra (Moon) Raja raajaarchitaa Worshipped by Lord Kubera, another name for him is raajaraaja Shivaaradhyaa Worshipped by Lord Shiva Nandi vidyaa Worshipped by Lord Nandi , Kamalaaksha nishevitaa Worshipped by Lord Vishnu Manu vidyaa Worshipped by Lord Manu, propagator of the mankind Budhaarcitaa = Worshipped by Lord Budha (Planet Mercury)

10. Mahaa Bhairava poojitaa Worshipped by Lord Bahiravaa 11. Gandharva sevitaa Worshipped by gandharvaas, though this indicates of all gandharvaas, we can also infer their Lord Vishvaavasu

12. Taapasaaraadhyaa Worshipped by the sages (sapta rishi) 13. Sanakaadi samaaraadhyaa Worshipped by four Sanakaadi sages 14. Guhakaaradhyaa Worshipped by the secret worshippers 15. Hari brahmendra sevitaa Worshipped by Lord Vishnu, Lord Brahma and Indra 16. Pulomajaarcitaa Worshipped by wife of Indra, Saci Devi 17. Rambhaadi vanditaa Worshipped by celestial dancers at Indras court. 18. Shaaradaaraadhyaa Worshipped by wife of Brahma, Saravati Devi 19. Kshetrapaala samarcitaa Worshipped by Lord Kshetra paala (protector of divine places) 20. Dvija brnda nishevitaa Worshipped by people who have a thirst for self knowledge 21. Veeraaraadhyaa - Worshipped by skilled sadhakaas 22. Dheera samarcitaa Worshipped by bold sadhakaas