Bala Mantra Sri Bala Tripura Sundari Mantra

Bala Mantra Sri Bala Tripura Sundari Mantra

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Sri Bala Tripura Sundari Mantra is one of the most powerful mantras in SriVidya.Sri Bala Tripura Sundari is the child form of Maha Tripura Sundari, The Great Goddess. Upadesam of Sri Bala mantra happens after initiation into Maha Ganapathy Tarpanam and is the basic step in Sri Vidhya tantra.

Bala means “girl”, this aspect of the Red Goddess is the most highly erotic of Her three aspects, as the 1,000 names show. Bala is an adolescent woman, Tripurasundari a mother, and Tripurabhairavi a woman in whom menstruation has ceased.
Bala’s root mantra is aim klim sauh and variations of this mantra are used in her daily ritual. Many tantrik devatas have manuals structured along similar lines. The devata is first visualised as residing in the heart, then later drawn out through the breath and “placed” in the yantra. On installation or invocation, various ritual accessories are offered, and the 1,000 adjectives (names) of the particular deity recited. The Devi is then drawn ‘back’ into one’s heart, and the ritual concludes with various elements “cleaning up” the area of worship.
The five limbs of a ritual panchanga are Patala, Paddhati, Kavacha (Armour), 1,000 Names, and Stotra. The first gives the unfolding of the mantra, usually in coded form. It also describes the meditation image and the yantra of the devata, as well as various optional rites. The second limb describes the ritual worship, including worship of the avarana or attendants of the devata, which are really aspects of the god or goddess. The kavacha is an “armour” used to ward off evil and which may either be recited or written and then worn on the body. The fourth limb consists of the 1,000 names, of which there are very many sets in the tantrik literature. The fifth, the Stotra, is the hymn of praise of the ishtadevata, the tutelary devata of a tantrik sadhaka.
This particular manual comes from the Devirahasya, a large work which contains many other panchangas relating to different aspects of Shiva and Shakti.

Sri Bala Mantra Japa:

बाला मन्त्र – 

Bala Mantra consists of three bijaksaras-om-aim-klim-sauh
Bala tripura sundari mantra consitst of six bijaksaras- om-aim-klim-sauh-sauh-klim-aim
Bala navaksari matraom-aim-klim-sauh-sauh-klim-aim-aim-klim-sauh 

Tripura Sundari Gayatri Mantra in Hindi/Sanskrit/Devanagari:
ॐ ऐम् त्रिपुरा धेव्यै विड्महे
क्लीम् कामेश्वर्यै धीमहि
सौ: थन्ना: क्लिन्ने प्रछोदयाठ्

Bala Tripura Sundari Gayatri Mantra in English:
Om Tripura Sundari Vidmahe
Kaameshwari Cha Dhimahi
Thanno Baala Prachodayaath

Bala Tripurasundari Gayatri Mantra in Telugu :
ఓం త్రిపుర సున్దరి విద్మహే
కామెశ్వరి ఛ ధీమహి
థన్నొ బాల ప్రఛోదయాఠ్

AnganyasaMantras:

The Mantras are as follows: 
Om Bhu padabhyam Namaha ( touch legs),
Om bhuvah Janubhyam Namah(touch two knees),
Om Svaha Katibhyam namah (touch hip),Om
Maharnabhyai namah ( navel),
Om Janat hridayaya namah ( heart),
Om Tapah Kanthyaya namah (throat),
Om satyam Lalataya namah ( forehead).

Karanyasa Mantras of the six:

aim-hrdayaya namah|(open index,middle and ring fingers of the right hand and place them on the heart chakra)
klim -Sirase svaha|(open index,middle and ring fingers of the right hand and touch the top of the forehead)
sauh-sikhayai vasat|(open the right thumb and touch the back of the head.This is the point where tuft is kept)
aim-kavachaya hum|(cross both the hands and run the fully opened palms from shoulders to finger tips)
klim-netratrayaya vausat|(open the index,middle and ring fingers of the right hand:touch both the eyes using index and ring fingers and touch the point between the two eyebrows(ajna chakra)with the middle finger)
||souh-astraya phat||
||Bhurbhuvassuvaromiti digbandhah||

Why Sri Bala Mantra?

The upasaka is now a child in the school of Sri Vidhya. To master the profound knowledge of Sri Vidhya and receive the intense energy of Maha Tripura Sundari, he needs to take baby steps. Upsana of Sri Bala mantram is like taking kindergarten classes. While Ganapathy opens the gates to the school, it is Bala who actually starts the teaching in the kindergarten. Like the child-goddess, the upasaka gains the quality to learn more and does it in a playful, child-like manner.
Sri Bala is said to have the appearance of the rising Sun, bright red and flamboyant and always smiling, with a book and a japa mala indicative of her ability to cultivate the seed of learning in the upasaka. With Bala mantra upadesyam, the upasaka experiences the child-like goddess in him, one who makes mistakes and learns the hard way. He gains a lot of good qualities as she tests him and prepares him to rise up to the next stage of Sri Vidhya.
There are three Bala mantras the upasaka is trained in Triputa (which is basic and kindles an interest in learning), Kumari (which makes him want to learn more) and the final one (which gives him the maturity of an adult). Bala mantras give the upasaka the maturity and vairagya to proceed further in the hard path of Sri Vidhya.
Siddhars of South India call Sri Bala Vaalai Devi. The mantras bestow a plethora of benefits to the upasaka, from granting him immense beauty and youthful appearance to removing major roadblocks in life.

Srividya uapasana is found everywhere throughout the world. People want everlasting happiness in life. They try many ways and finally land on the spiritual methods. Initially they find the Vedas and daily practices, further they read and try to understand through Vedanta’s- the Upanishads.

These methods are intellectual with no sight of the real experience. So they search for a Guru and surrender to him. He instructs them on the time-tested, sure to bear fruit method, called the Srividya. The experience of the nature of the entire universe as a play of the Siva and sakthi and that every thing is in the form of Siva and sakthi is the goal of Srividya. This leads to an unlimited experience of bliss.

In this path of Srividya there are many steps like Japa, Pooja, homa, dhayna, Samadhi. Of these Japa is the foremost and the first step instructed to an aspirant. The mantras of Ganapathy and Bala along with guru paduka are the first set of mantras initiated to the aspirant by the Guru.

Many Tantras are unified in declaring that the mantra of Bala is of three letters. (Aim kliim sauh). The eighteen siddas of the yore also practised the Bala mantra in their own way by chanting ‘ayum kiliyum chauum’ and attained the eight siddhis.

Benefits Of Praying To Goddess Bala Tripura Sundari:

There are plenty of benefits that decor your path when you worship Goddess Sundari. All the misfortunes seek an end, and all the abundance comes to your life. The Goddess protects her devotees against all the evil intentions of others and only lets them see the positive aspects and success in life. By worshipping the Goddess, one gets the fruit of all their effort.

Apart from all the things, chanting the mantra regularly enhances one’s beauty since Goddess Sundari is known for her beautiful and attractive appearance. Reciting the mantra makes the person attractive that everyone feels a magnetic appearance toward them. Women who are already pregnant can also chant the Bala Sundari mantra as it helps them to deliver the baby safely.

Bala Mantra Meaning:

The meaning of Bala mantra has been explained in many ways by our revered teachers. The first Vagbhava Bija is a vowel ‘Aim’- which can be split up as ‘a’ + ‘i’ + ‘a’ + ‘m’. The first ‘a’ represents the Rig-Veda starting with ‘agni miide..’ and its essence in the mahavvakya ‘pragynanam Brahma’ ; ‘i’ the yajur veda starting with ‘ishetvorje..’ and its essence in the mahavakya ‘aham brahmaasmi’;

‘a’ the sama veda starting with ‘ agna aayaahi..’ and its essence the mahavakya ‘ tatvamasi’ and ‘m’ the atharva veda starting with ‘sanno devi..’(Sam + Na) and its essence the mahavakya ‘ayamaatmaa Brahma’. Thus this indicates first stage of the aspirant, in search of the unlimited bliss, which is the surrender to a guru, imparting the mahavakyas and showing a path for sadhana.

The second Kamaraja Bija is ‘kliim’ can be split as ‘k’+ ‘l’ + ‘iim’. ‘k’ indicates sakthi tatva, ‘la’ the prthvi (earth) tatva . Since siva tava is inherent in sakthi tatva we find that this represents the complete 36 tatvas. ‘iim’ is the kamakala tatva the cause of the whole creation by heavy penance. This is the further development of sadhana as indicated by a Pooja paddhati instructed by the Sri Guru. 36 tatvas indicate the tatva sodhana , the kamakala indicate the kamakala dhayna in the Pooja paddhati.
The final Bija is ‘sauh’ which can be split as‘s’+ ‘au’ + ‘h’. ‘s’ represents the thirty one tatvas from prthvi to maya; ‘au’ the suddha Vidya, isvara and sadasiva ; ‘h’ the visarga the sakthi and siva tatvas. Thus this is a miniature universe of all the 36 tatvas. ‘s’ is the letter for sakthi, the universal creatrix, ‘h’ the visarga the created universe and ‘au’ the equalising factor which shows their singular identity ( between the Creatrix and the universe). This final bija can be inferred as the zenith of sadhana wherein on constant practice as instructed by the Sri Guru the aspirant enjoys unlimited bliss on understanding the this universe is the play of siva sakthi.

Secret behind Bala Mantra:

By tradition the Bala mantra is initiated as a six letters. This is derived by adding the reverse order of the above three letters in the end of the aforesaid mantra (Aim kliim sauh sauh kliim aim). This mantra is devoid of any curse of lock on the powers. Later when the uapasana progresses the Srividya Pancadasi mantra is imparted to the aspirant.

Then this Bala mantra takes the form of the Yoga Bala mantra the Anga mantra (primary attendant) of the pancadasi mantra. There the mantra has a nine letter form which is derived by adding the three letters of the first said Bala, which is in the normal order, after the above six letter mantra.( (Aim kliim sauh sauh kliim aim Aim kliim sauh )This mantra is not chanted as such by most of Upasakas, the number to be chanted is one-tenth of the Srividya pancadasi mantra’s count.
The first inference from this that is the code identifies the number of bijaskharas in the Bala mantra namely three. Since there are two three’s for ‘ba’ and ‘la’ , adding these we find number of bijaskhra’s in the Bala mantra(six) imparted by tradition. Multiplying them we find the number of bijaskhara’s (nine) in the anga Bala (Yoga Bala) of Pancadasi.
Subtracting them we find zero, which in Sanskrit is denoted as ‘pujya’, which can also be translated as ‘worthy of worship’. Hence inferred that ‘Bala’ is worthy of worship. Dividing them we get one, which denotes ‘ekam sat viprah bahuta vadanti’ -the Brahman which pervades this entire universe.
Bala is in the form of ganesa ,graha,nakshatra,yogini,pita,rasi:

Bala triupra sundari is in the form of ganesha.We fined in her nine grahas all Nakshtras.
Placing both the three’s side by side we get thirty three, the number of divine beings in the devaloka, The eleven rudras, twelve adityas, eight vasu and asvini duo make up the divine pantheon ( 11+12+8+2=33). Each of these groups is also denoted as gana. We thus find the ‘Bala’ is ganesa rupini.
As seen in the first paragraph multiplying both three’s we find nine, the number of planets in the skies as per tradition, Hence ‘Bala’ is graha rupini
In the above calculation multiplying three thrice we find twenty seven the number of stars (nakshatras), so ‘Bala’ is nakshatra rupini
Adding the two threes’ we find six the number of yogini’s (hakini etc.) in the six body cakras, therefore ‘Bala’ is yogini rupini
When we multiply the first two three’s and add the third three ({3X3} +3 =12) we find twelve the number of rasi’s (zodiac signs), so ‘Bala’ is rasi rupini.
The number three denotes the main three pitas (seats of divine powers) kamagiri, purnagiri and jalandhara. Hence ‘Bala’ is pita rupini.
The essence of the above is that Bala is all pervasive and our constant japa with full belief on our guru imparted mantra is the sure road to the goal of self realization.

Bala is matruka :

In the daily ritual of nyasa, the barest minimum requirement is matruka nyasa- both outer (bahir) and inner (antar). In the antar matruka nyasa for svadhitana we find the ‘Ba’ in the starting letter, and ‘la’ is the final letter. Hence it is clear that the word ‘Bala’ is formed from the first and last letters of this charka. Thus we infer that Bala is the presiding deity of this charka. Sva + adhistana- one’s own + abode (original seat) is the translation of the name of the charka. We can now admire that Sri Bala also takes the form of the yogini of this charka kakini. This is the first place of entry of the cit sakthi – kundalini from her basal abode muladhara. The Upastha (genitals) organ for enjoyment is associated with is charka. Summing up we find that Bala is the foremost, Blissful, Primordial energy, Sri Lalitha in her child hood form.
In the fifteen nitya devis we find the mantra of vijaya, the twelfth nitya, as ‘bh m r y oom’. It is amazing to see that the consonants in this mantra are between ‘ba’ and ‘la’ and ‘oom’ is placed in the left ear, which is indicative of sakthi pradhanya(left) and tradition(ear-karnaat karnopadesena sampraptam avaneetalam’). Parasurama also gives this as the first mantra during deeksha, ‘vijaya’ means ‘vi’-special and ‘jaya’- victory, the special victory is the atma labha(jaya). So this mantra can be meditated as an expansion of ‘bala’.
In the bahir (outer) matruka nyasa ‘Ba’ is placed in the stomach and ‘la’ in the back of neck. Stomach is the organ for digesting the food received, thus absorbing the nutrients needed for the body and rejecting the unwanted. This indicates that we have to imbibe the main idea that the whole world is in the form of the divine couple, rejecting the idea of dualism. The back of neck is the medical part called ‘Medulla oblongata’, the controller of our involuntary movements like breathing, heart beat, etc. This is the main area of the control in the living system. Linking the above we find the perception that the whole world is the play of the divine couple should be our daily breath.
In the tatva parayana each tatva is associated with a matrukakshra. ‘a’ for siva, ‘ka’ for sakthi, ‘kha’ for sadasiva etc up to ‘ksha’ for prthvi. The vowels ‘aa’ to ‘ah’ are explaining the splendour of siva tatva. ‘aa’ is Ananda sakthi ‘i’ is ichha sakthi, ‘I’ is Ikshana etc. ( see paratrisikha for further details) In this order we find ‘ba’ is pada tatva, ‘la’ is rupa tatva and the vowel in both ‘aa’ is Ananda. ‘Pada’ is the organ for locomotion and hence is figurative of a path. Summing up we find the path to the Ananda rupa of Atma is ‘Bala’.
As seen above both ‘ba’ and ‘la’ are the third of the tatvas, correspondingly the third of dasamahavidya is sodasi or Srividya so she is the root of this maha mantra. The third mahabhuta also is agni. Since Tripurabhairavi of the Dasamahavidyas is fiery and denotes tapas, we can admire that the bala mantra forms the basis of the Tripurabhairavi and her expansion as tripura sundari (sodai) of the Dasamahavidyas.

Practice of Bala Mantra Japa:

The following are the steps for Practice of Bala Mantra Meditation and Japa:
1. Basic preparations and steps of meditation as one has mastered
2. Breath practices along with breath awareness and pratyahara.
3. Nadi shodhana, establishing sushumna and dharana.
4. Ascent and descent of prana in sushumna along with mantra (shreem).
5. Visualize upward triangle with base between the two eye-brows, entering ajna as triune presence of shakti forces (iccha, jnana, kriya)
6. Within light-filled space resonating with mantra (shreem) a bindu point, a single point becomes center of resonance and illumination from  which eminates the bala mantra (a’eem, kleem, sauh).
7. Continue with the mental japa of bala mantra with sentiment of love and devotion, with designated recitations according to one’s sankalpa.
8. Coming out of meditation with the ascent and descent of the breath, prana and mantra (shreem).
9. Offer the meditation to Guru and to Divine Mother.
Bala Tripura Sundari Mantra pdf will be uploaded soon.

FAQS:

Best Days To Chant Tripura Sundari Gayatri Mantra?
If you are unable to chant the mantra on a daily basis, you may chant it on Tuesdays and Fridays. Apart from that, Ashtami tithi, Navami tithi, and Full Moon Day also known as Purnima (Pournami) are also considered days auspicious to worship Goddess Tripura Sundari.

To Attain bala tripura sundari mantra Siddhi:
One should chant this mantra for 1,008 times for 108 days in order to attain siddhi of the Tripura Sundari Mantra.

Japa Mala For Tripura Sundari:
You can use rosary beads (japa mala) made out of pink quartz or clear quartz for the japa of the Tripura Sundari Mantra.

Prasadham (Food Offerings) For Tripura Sundari:
One can offer sweet prasads such as sweetrice( pongal) made with pure cows milk and traditional sweets. Apart from that, pure cow’s milk sweetened with jaggery can also be offered as naivedya. Fruits with seeds such as apples, bananas, raisins,Almonds,grapes,guava,mango,lemon,oranges can be offered to Goddess Tripura Sundari.

Where To Chant This Mantra?
This mantra should be chanted facing the East while seated on the Northeast quadrant of your house or puja room or where your comfortfble to sit without distrubance.

Flowers offered For Tripura Sundari?
You can offer any white, red, pink coloured flowers along with fragrant flowers such as Jasmine, Marigold, Champa, Lily, and Rose.

How To Worship ?
You can use the either the photo or yantra of Tripura Sundari. Apart from that, the Shri Chakra and/or Shri Maha Meru can be used to worship Goddess Tripura Sundari.

Who Can Chant This Mantra?
This powerful mantra can be chanted by anyone regardless of gender and age.

Ladies should avoid chanting this mantra during their monthly menstrual cycles/Milu.

Best Days To Chant Tripura Sundari Mantra?
If you are unable to chant the mantra on a daily basis, you may chant it on Tuesdays and Fridays. Apart from that, Ashtami tithi, Navami tithi, and Full Moon Day also known as Purnima (Pournami) are also considered days auspicious to worship Goddess Tripura Sundari.

Best Time To Chant The Mantra Of Tripura Sundari?
The mantra should be recited during Brahma Muhurta. Apart from that, Chandra Hora is also considered auspicious to pray to Goddess Tripura Sundari.