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Jaganmata Sri Jnanakshi Rajarajeshwari Lalita is the fountain head of beauty, riches and supreme knowledge. In Sri Vidya tradition Devi is known as "Sri Lalita" (Rajarajeshwari, Tripurasundari). She is described as a beautiful lady with crescent moon on her head, three eyed and four armed adorned with Ankusha (elephand God representing rage i.e. passion), Pasha (noose representing desire) Ikshu kodanda (sugarcane bow representing mind) and Panchabana (five types of flowers representing five senses).

The glory of Devi Lalita is described very beautifully in Lalita Sahasranama, Lalita Trishati and Soundaryalahari Stotra.

Lalita Sahasranama

Lalita Sahasranama forms a part of Lalitopakhyana of Brahmanda Purana, is the most beautiful description of the glory of the Divine Mother Sri Lalita Tripurasundari in the form of well knit garland of 1000 names of Devi Lalita composed by Vagdevis on the command of Devi Lalita.

Lalita Trishati

Lalita Trishati also appears in the Brahmanda Purana. This is a set of 300 names of Devi Laitia delivered by Sri Lalita herself and her consort Kamaeshwara.

Soundaryalahari Stotra

Soundaryalahari Stotra written by Sri Adi Shanakaracharya is essentially a poem of intense devotion in the praise of Devi Lalita and her leelas. It is such a potent prayer that it makes the devotee feel that he is one with Shiva and Shakti, and thus aroused the latent power within him.