Mode of worship of goddess Kubjika (continued) ||144||

1The Lord said: I shall describe the worship of glorious Kubjika who grants righteousness, wealth and victory. One should worship her together with her attendants with the basic mantra: Om aim hraum irim khaim hrem ha, sa, ksa, ma, la, va, ra, ya, um Goddess! Mother! Hrdth hrlm ksrim, ksaurh ksum krirh Kubjika! Hrim om na, ha, na, na, ma Aghoramukhi! Vam chram chim kili kili kshraum vicce khyom srim krom om hrom aim Vajrakubjini! Strim Trailokyakarsini (One who subjugates the three worlds)! Hrim Kamahgadravini (one who melts away the god of love)! Hrim strim Mahaksobhakarini (the great agitator)! Aim hrim ksraum aim krim srim phem ksaum obeisance. O Goddess! Ksaum Kubjika! hrim kraim ha, na, na, na, ma Aghoramukhi! Chram cham vicce om kili kili.
2-4aAfter locating the mantras on the hand and the body, one should perform the worship of twilight (addressed to the goddesses) Varna, Jyestha and Raudri, (The following is the mantra)—May we know you as Kulavagisi. Let me contemplate on (the goddess) Mahakali. May (goddess) Kauli impel us to the same. There are five mantras such as pranava etc. (The votary should say) “I am worshipping the sandals.” The name (should be) at the middle, ending with (the term) obeisance with eighteen bija (letters). Then (the name of the goddess) in the sixth (declensional) case with (the term) ‘obeisance’ and the end. I shall describe all of them to be known.
4b-12Kaulisanatha, Sukala, Kubjika from the birth, Srikanjhanatha, Kauleiaa, Gagananandanatha, Catuladevi, Maitrisi, Karali, Turnanathaka, Ataladevi, Sricandradevi arc their names. (These should be invoked) as stupefying the attendants of Siva and the sandals should be worshipped. Then the sandal endowed with gents that excel the bliss in the world should be worshipped. Brahmajnana, Kamala and Parama together with Vidya (should also be worshipped). I shall describe the threefold purifications of vidya (knowledge), Devi (goddess) and guru (preceptor). By means of the sodanyasa (six ways of touching the body with mystical letters) the following deities should be located in the body—Gagana, Gatuli, Atma, Padmananda, Mani, Kala, Kamala, Manikyakantha, Gagana, Kumuda, Sri, Padma, Bhairava, Ananda, Deva, Kamala, Siva, Bhava, Krishna, the nine and then sixteen siddhas—Candrapaura, Gulma, Subha, Kama, Atimuktaka, Viraktaka, Prayoga, Kusala, Devabhoga, Visvedeva, Khadgadeva, Rudra, Asidhanya, Mudrasphota, Varhsapura and Bhoja.
13-14After having put flowers on the circle, the circles (of the deities) should be worshipped. Then one should worship Ananta, Mahananta, sandals of Siva, mahavyapti (the great pervading force), the void circle consisting of five principles, sandals of Srikanthanatha and Sankara and Ananta.
15One should worship within the circle Sadasiva, Pingala, Bhrigvananda, Nathaka, Rangulananda and Saihvarta.
16-18Srfmahakala, Pinaki, Mahendraka, Khadga, Bhujanga, Bana, Aghasi, Sabdaka, Vala, Ajnarupa and Nandarupa should be worshipped in the south-west after making the offering (victim) (with the following mantra)—Hrom kham kham hum saum (obeisance) to (god) Vatuka. Aru aru (you) accept, accept argha (water offered as token of respect), flower, incense, lamp, perfumes and halt (offering). Obeisance to you. Om hram hrim hrum ksem (obeisance) to the guardian of the ground. (You) descend, descend. One bearing the great grown matted hair! One having a face shining with the flames in the three eyes! (You) come. Come. Accept, accept worship with perfumes, flowers and bali (offering). Khahi, khahi, om kahi, om lahi om oblations to the lord of great damara (uproar). The trikuta (the three groups) should be worshipped with (the syllables) hrim hrum ham srim and the offering of the remnant of bali in the left, right and middle. The sandals of Nisanatha (are worshipped) in the south, Tandrinatha on the right and Kalanala in the front.
19-24The mountains Uddiyapa, Jalandhara, Purna and Kamarupa and the five gems Gagananandadeva, Svargananda, Paramanandadeva, the sandals of Satyananda and Nagananda (should be worshipped) in the north. One should worship the six—the sandal of Suranatha (Indra), Srisamayakotisa, Vidyako(Iivara, Kojlia, Bindukotisa and Siddhakotisvara in the north-east. The siddhacatushka (four siddhas)—Amarisesvara, Cakrisanatha, Kurangesa, Vitresa and Gandranathaka should be worshipped in the south-east with perfumes etc. The Vimala pahcaka (five Vimalas)—Anadivimala, Sarvajnavimala, Yogisavimala, Siddha (vimala) and Samaya (vimala) (should be worshipped) in the south.
25One should worship the four gods Kandarpanatha and others, all the female energies already described and the sandals of (goddess) Kubjika.
26(The votary) should always worship the thousand-eyed and blemish less (god) Vishnu and (god) Siva with the mantra of nine syllables or five pranava (mantras).
27-37Brahma and other gods (should be worshipped) from the east to the north-east, (The goddesses) Brahmani, Mahesvari, Kaurnari, Vaisnavi, Varahi, Indrani, Gamunda and Mahalaksrni should be worshipped from the east to the north-east. (The goddesses) Dakini, Rakini, Kakini, Sakini and Yakini should be worshipped in the six directions (commencing) from the north-west. The goddess composed of thirty-two letters should be worshipped with five pranavas or syllable hrim. She should be contemplated upon as of dark complexion like the petals of blue lotus, having six faces, of six kinds, as eighteen kinds of cicchakti (faculties of the mind), possessing twelve arms, seated comfortably on the throne, remaining on the lotus of absolute dead (of primordial matter), and shining with the splendour of multitudes of kulas. She should also be contemplated as having Karkotaka (one of the eight principal cobras) as the girdle, Taksaka (a cobra) above, Vasuki (a cobra) as a garland on the neck, Kulika (a cobra) on the ears, the tortoise as the ear-stud, (the serpents) Padma and Mahapadma forming the eye-brows, and having skull, a serpent, rosary, a club with a skull at the top, a conch and a look in her left (hand) and a trident, a mirror, a sword, a garland of gems, dart and a bow in the right (hand). The upper front face of the goddess (should be contemplated) as having a white complexion and elevated, the eastern face pale, the southern one angry, the western face of black colour, and the northern one of the colour of snow and jasmine. Moreover, Brahma (should be imagined to be) as remaining at the foot, Vishnu at the buttocks, Rudra at the heart, Isvara at the neck, Sadasiva at the forehead, Siva as remaining above her. Kubjika should thus be contemplated as whirling in all acts of worship.