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Ambāpañcaratnam

May the Mother of Heramba—Who is the Mother, Who is the sister of the father of Kāmadeva (Śambaravairi or enemy of Śambarāsura), Whose face is like the moon, Whose lips are like the bimba flower, Who smiles while speaking, Who is a doer of auspicious, Who takes shelter in a kadamba forest, Who is beautiful in the middle of hrīṅkāra letter mantra, Whose loins and waist are perfect, Who is the dweller of Ambāpura, and Who possesses immaculate fortune—be pleased on me.[1]

May the Mother of Heramba— Who is Kalyāṇī (doer of propitious), Whose physical form is very beautiful, Who is Kātyāyanī (Durgā), Who is Kālikā, Who is full of radiance resembling the dark blue spot on peacock feather, Who is Gāyatrī, Who has manifest in the five-lettered mantra, Who is Kāmākṣī, Who is the ocean of compassion, Who is like fire for the forest of kalimala (malice of kaliyuga), Who is the dweller of Ambāpura, and Who possesses immaculate fortune—be pleased on me.[2]

May the Mother of Heramba—Who is possessing a girdle, a bracelet, a necklace and ear-rings, Who is associated with millions of diamonds, Who is the house of millions of rays equalling the shine of Kandarpa (Kāmadeva), Whose breast-pots are full of nectar, Who is draped in golden cloth of safflower-like red color, Who is the dear One of Kailāsavāsī Śiva, Who is the dweller of Ambāpura, and Who possesses immaculate fortune—be pleased on me.[3]

May the Mother of Heramba—She Who is the slayer of Śumbha and Niśumbha demons, She Who ate Raktabīja, She Who resides in the lotus-eyes of Śrīviṣṇu (as yogamāyā), She Who is the support of Brahmavidyā, She Who is the enemy of Madhu Kaitabha and other demons, She Who is the slayer of buffalo-born Mahiṣāsura, Who is the dweller of Ambāpura, and Who possesses immaculate fortune—be pleased on me.[4]

May the Mother of Heramba— Who is Śrīvidyā, Who is the Mother of Paradevatā and others, Who is Durgā, Jayā, Caṇdikā, Bālā, Tripureśvarī, Satī of Śiva and Śrīrājarājeśvarī, Who is the ruler of wealths, Who made Śiva into a messenger, Who is bowed upon by Śruti (Veda), Who is the crest-jewel among all beautiful, Who is the dweller of Ambāpura, and Who possesses immaculate fortune—be pleased on me.[5]

He who recites these mystic five verses on Ambā in morning as well as incessantly, having obtained the best life of hundred years with divine pleasures, knowledge, timeless wealth, and dutiful beautiful consort, he benefits the heaven and becomes worthy of praise by Vibudha (wise men).[6]

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Translator: Animesh Kumar

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