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    Durga Sapt Shati reading procedure.

    Jai Shree Maa

    We are really blessed that we are talking about one of the most powerful Grantha called Durga Sapt Shati. Different Sadhaks prescribe a different procedure to read DSS & They assigne a reason also to substantiate the procedure for example, As per one such procedure
    Procedure-1)
    Tantrokt RatriShuktam is to be read before Navaran Vidhi & then each chapter of DSS. Again Navaran vidhi followed by Tantrokt DeviShuktam & Rahashya Traya + Kunjikastotram.

    However Another prescription suggests that :
    Procedure-2)
    Tantrokt Ratrishuktam to be read after Navaran Vidhi followe by each chapter of DSS.At the postlude==>Tantrokta Devishuktam==>Navaran Vidhi + Rahashya Traya + Kunjikastotram.

    Shapoddhar, Ulkilan+ Kavach , Arglastotram & Kilakam is common in both procedure.

    Please suggest which one is the correct way.. since DSS is relating to Tantra & Correct Procedure is the KEY to tantra marga. Therefor I am requesting elightment on this topic from learned members.

    Jai Shree Maa;

    Ajeet.

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    Jai Shree Maa

    We are really blessed that we are talking about one of the most powerful Grantha called Durga Sapt Shati. Different Sadhaks prescribe a different procedure to read DSS & They assigne a reason also to substantiate the procedure for example, As per one such procedure
    Procedure-1)
    Tantrokt RatriShuktam is to be read before Navaran Vidhi & then each chapter of DSS. Again Navaran vidhi followed by Tantrokt DeviShuktam & Rahashya Traya + Kunjikastotram.

    However Another prescription suggests that :
    Procedure-2)
    Tantrokt Ratrishuktam to be read after Navaran Vidhi followe by each chapter of DSS.At the postlude==>Tantrokta Devishuktam==>Navaran Vidhi + Rahashya Traya + Kunjikastotram.

    Shapoddhar, Ulkilan+ Kavach , Arglastotram & Kilakam is common in both procedure.

    Please suggest which one is the correct way.. since DSS is relating to Tantra & Correct Procedure is the KEY to tantra marga. Therefor I am requesting elightment on this topic from learned members.

    Jai Shree Maa;

    Ajeet.
    Sri Matre Namaha,

    if you want to chant DSS out of bhakti and love towards the Mother, you might want to get answers from these forums. If it is for a Tantric Prayoga or if you perceive DSS and Devi as Tantric in nature, then you need to search for a Guru.

    Regards,
    Ramesh
    Sivoham

    That, which is the cause for the entire Cosmos to be as it is, is Mahamaya the divine player.

    Rameeshh

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    Re: Durga Sapt Shati reading procedure.

    Namaste,

    Thanks to Ramesh for the answer I was feeling upon reading the question,
    yet could not think to word properly at the time.

    If one is not willing to trust material wealth in the hands of unknown strangers,
    (such as credit card numbers, etc.) than what possible sense could it
    make to trust one's spiritual wealth to the care of words on a screen?

    JAI MATA DI
    || जय माता की ||

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    Re: Durga Sapt Shati reading procedure.

    Jai Shri Maa
    As long as getting the proximity of the Guru is concerned, you don't need to search for him. Rather the Guru search for the competent Sadhaka. You will be reached by the authority that I understand as Guru. Om gum guruvyo namah.

    Jai shri Maa.

    Ajeet

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