Saturday, December 12, 2009
Lalita sahasranama # 73
1) Nityanam (=nityakhyadevatanam) parakramasyatopasya niriksnane samayagutsuka
she rejoices at beholding the increasing valor of the nityas.
The fifteen Nityadevatas (i.e., Kala Nityas) begin with Kamesvari and end with Citra. They preside over the fifteen days of the lunar month. The names has references to the power of the Nityas displayed in destroying fifteen leaders of armies, i.e., Damanaka, Citragupta, etc.
2) Nitya (= anadisiddhah svatmasaktayah) tatparakramatopasya iksane uttarottaramuksuka
Nityas means the eternal energies of one's soul. Parakramatopa = continual progress. The embryo of knowledge if once developed in the inner soul continues to increase. This is said in the yogavsista