Monday, December 28, 2009
Lalita Sahasranama # 89
Mulasya kutatrayameva kalevaram (=sthularupam) yasyah sa
The three groups of Mula mantra constitute the gross form ( i.e., Physical form) of the Devi.
The three Kutas of the mantra may be taken as forming either Her Physical or subtle form.
The word mula in real sense means the subtler body called Kamakala, and the divisions are the parts of Kamakala. The first part of Kamakala is called Urdhva bindu, the second part is two crossed bindus and the last is called Sardhakala. The Nathacaranagama explains this name and the previous one (no 88) to indicate the subtler form of the Devi.