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RE: Siddha Kunjika Stotram
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"...I chant the Siddha Kunjika alone at times - if you have heard Maa singing it you will understand why. But this is again a question for Swamiji to clarify... Hope this helps Latha" Dear Latha,...
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RE: Siddha Kunjika Stotram

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Posted 03 March 2004 - 09:32 AM

"...I chant the Siddha Kunjika alone at times - if you have heard Maa
singing it you will understand why. But this is again a question
for Swamiji to clarify...

Hope this helps
Latha"

Dear Latha,
This is my favorite text to chant, without a doubt! Last year, a
friend of mine went to visit the ashram of Swami Prakashananda
Sarasvati, who is no longer in the body. He was a beautiful soul,
described as the embodiment of the Mother. He had lived in a cave on
Saptashringeri Mountain and then built a very small ashram near the
Saptashringeri Devi (a huge Chamunda carved from the living rock of
the mountainside). My friend brought me back a tape that someone had
given to her....of Prakashananda Swami chanting the Siddha Kunjika
Stotram, teaching it to two Westerners who he was initiating into
the Navarna mantra. This tape is so beautiful!!!! You can hear birds
singing in the background, the sounds of the nearby street. Someone
is doing the translation of Swami's words into English. He is
telling one of the Western devotees that she should now chant the
Siddha Kunjika Stotram 11 times per day...that this should be her
only sadhana. There is a wonderful small book, written by one of his
devotees and entitled, "Agaram Bagaram Baba". I think he is
generally not very well known in the West but people I know who had
the opportunity to meet him say that he was one of the sweetest
human beings they had ever been with. When I first learned the
Stotram, I learned it from his tape.
When I read these stories of wonderful saints and yogis, it makes
me even more grateful that there are people like Shree Maa and
Swamiji, still in the body and available to us.
best,
sadhvi

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Posted 11 March 2007 - 05:56 PM

Nityashaktiji:I want to get hold of the Siddha Kunjika as recited by Swami prakashanandaji. I would be happy to send the funds required for thid purpose. I already do kunjika but I want to hear an enlightened mahatma reciting it. I will be very grateful for your help - gyanidas@gmail.com

I already have the Agaram Bagaram Baba book.

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Posted 21 June 2007 - 08:28 AM

Can anyone please give me the Sidhhi Kunjika stotram? I have to begin it from tomorrow and am unable to copy it from the net.

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Posted 16 July 2007 - 08:51 AM

Dear Nityashakti, would you kindly post the Siddha Kunjika Stotram as I would appreciate knowing the words to it. I have recently bought the Agaram Bagaram book about Swami Prakashananda, and, as you probably know, this Devi mantra is mentioned in the book, but without the words.
Thank you for your help, Nandita.

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Posted 17 July 2007 - 01:16 PM

Dear Nityashakti, would you kindly post the Siddha Kunjika Stotram as I would appreciate knowing the words to it. I have recently bought the Agaram Bagaram book about Swami Prakashananda, and, as you probably know, this Devi mantra is mentioned in the book, but without the words.
Thank you for your help, Nandita.


get the text here
sanskritdocuments.org/all_pdf/siddhakunjikaa.pdf



get the audio here

shreemaa.org/drupal-4.7.3/shree_maa_chandi_path_audio_classes

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Posted 17 July 2007 - 01:17 PM

get the text here
sanskritdocuments.org/all_pdf/siddhakunjikaa.pdf



get the audio here

shreemaa.org/drupal-4.7.3/shree_maa_chandi_path_audio_classes



please add www in front of both links as this forum doesnt allow me to post links

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Posted 20 March 2008 - 04:27 PM

thanks for this

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Posted 15 June 2010 - 01:03 PM

Hi All

Please find the siddha Kunjika stotram in English

Siddha Kunjika Stotram

siddhkunjika stotaram

let us know the significance of the Siddha Kunjika Stotram

This is the essence of the Chandi, the Navarna Mantra, the constant reminder that change She will, change She must, because change is Her intrinsic Nature.

What is the meaning of ‘Kunjika’ in the Siddha Kunjika Stotram? Kunjika literally means “something overgrown or hidden by growth or growing things.” Siddha means perfection. Stotram is the song. The Song of Perfection which is no longer hidden because of growth. That is, our spiritual growth and understanding of the Chandi exposes the hidden meanings of the bija mantras in the Song.

When to recite kunjika stotatram

who do not want to undergo the long Durga SaptaShati/Chandi Path. The Siddha Kunjika Stotra itself says at the begining that no argala or kilak stotra and other related matters is needed if one recites Siddha Kunjika Stotra. Kunjika, there is Devi in the form of Chamunda . Not only it works for Navaratri , it is to be chanted at the junction when Ashtami leaves and enters Navami . 24 mins before Ashtami ends to 24 mins after navami starts, is the time when Devi takes the form of Chamunda and had got to be chanted no matter the count to exhaust 48 mins .

How to Count 48 minutes

Each Tithi lasts for 24 hours . If for example the Navami starts at 21.30 pm in the night then you should start at 21.06 (which is Ashtami ) and continue untill 21.54 pm, that 48 mins is called Sandhi kshan or period of transit, when Devi in the form of Chamunda is killing Chanda and Munda (the demons). That is regarded as the most auspiscious time of Navaratri as Devi is ready to give boon after Sandhi kshan


Om Ganeshaya Namaha
Shiva uvacha
Shrunu devii pravakshyaami kunjikaa stotram uttamam
Yena mantra prabhaavena chandiijaapaha shubho bhavet

na kavacham naargalaa stotram kiilakam na rahasyakam
na suktam naapi dhyaanam cha na nyaaso na cha vaarchanam

kungiikaapaatha maatrena durgaapaatha phalam labheth
Ati guhyataram devi devaanaamapi durlabham

Gopaniiyam prayatnena swayoniriva paarvati
Maaranam mohanam vashyam stambhanochchaaTanaadikam

Paathamaatrena sansidhyeth kunjikaa stotram uttamam
Atha manthra ( Chant in one full breath)
Om Aim Hrim Klim Chanmundayei Vicche Om gloum hum Klim jum sah
Jwalaya Jwalaya Jwala Jwala prajwala prajwala
Aim Hrim Klim Chanmundayei Vicche jwala ham sam lam ksham phat swaha
Ithi Manthra
Namaste rudrarupinyai namaste madhumardini
Namaha kaitabhahaarinyai namaste mahishaardini
namaste shumbhahantryai cha nishumbhaasuraghatini
Jagratham hi mahadevi japam siddyam kurushva me
aimkaari srushtirupayai hrimkari pratipaalikaa
kliimkaari kaamarupinyai biijarupe namostu te
chaamundaa chandagathi cha yeikari varadaayini
vichche chabhayadaa nityam namaste mantrarupini

dhaam dhiim dhoom dhoorjateh pathni vaam vim vum vaagadeeshwari

kraam kriim kroom kalikaa devi shaam shiim shoom me shubham kuru

hoom hoom humkaara rupinyai jam jam jam jambhanaadini

bhraam brhiim bhrum bhairavii bhadre bhavanyai te namo namaha

Am kam cham Tam tham pam yam sham vim dhum aim vim ham ksham dijagram

Dijagram trotaya trotaya deeptham kuru kuru swaha
paam piim poom parvatii poornaa khaam khiim khoom khecharii tathaa
saam seem soom sapthashati devya manthra siddhim kurushva me
idham thu kunjikastotram mantrajagarthi hethave
abhakthey naiva daatavyam gopitam raksha paarvati
yasthu kunjikaya devi hinam sapthashathim pateth
na tasya jaayate siddhir aranye rodhanam yathaa

Om Aim Hrim Klim Chanmundayei Vicche Om gloum hum Klim jum sa
Jwalaya Jwalaya Jwal Jwal prajwal prajwal
Aim Hrim Klim Chanmundayei Vicche jwal ham sam lam ksham phat swaha
Iti shrii rudrayamale gourithanthre ishwar-paarvati samvaade kunjikaa stotram sampoornam





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