The reason I decided to embark on this journey of understanding the meaning of the Lalita Sahasranama was to enable me the catch the nuances of what each word meant. I bought this book written by LM Joshi which I am using besides I write about my experience or my feelings on that day
Wednesday, February 17, 2010
Lalita Sahasranama # 140
nirgata kala (= amsa vastavika) yasyah sa
She who is not a unit of real parts
The theory of those who say Brahman has parts is rejected. The sruti and smrti are not contradictory as there the parts are merely attributed.
Niskala may mean the meditation on Brahman or, that the goddess is also without qualities.