Sree Lalitha Sahasranama is from Brahmandapurana. Sree Lalithambika instructed Vasini and the Vagdevathaas to compose a hymn for the benefit of the devotees,hearing which Sree Lalithambika would be extremely pleased with the devotee and that hymn is Sree Lalitha Saharsanama.
Sree Lalitha Sahasranamam should be recited after the dhyana slokam with devotion and sincerity,visualizing the Divine Mother in all her glory.Dhyana slokam visualises the full form of the Divine Mother in all aspects.It contains roopavarnana, alamkaram and the divine power which helps the person chanting to devout completely to the Divine Mother .It is of great importance and benefit when we visualize and chant Lalitha Sahasranama.
Lalitha Sahasranamam can be chanted in many different ways. In Stotram form, all 1,000 namams are separated into stotrams of a few namams each and recited in this way. In mantra form, each namam is said individually, preceded by "Aum" and followed by "Namah". When chanted in mantra form, the endings of each namam are generally changed to "e" or "yai". Mantra form is commonly used to recite Lalitha Sahasranamam during archana. In the homam form, homam is conducted by ending each namam with Swaha: Homam is the most powerful form of offering and considered as the most revered solution for all problems of man kind.
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