Sri Jnanakshi Lalita Pratishthana

Sri Jnanakshi Rajarajeshwaryai Namah

With the blessings of Devi Sri Lalita Tripurasundari, and along with the inspiration, guidance and blessings of His Holiness Jagadguru Sri Sri Sri Jayendra Puri Mahaswamiji Padasevaka of His Holiness Sri Sri Sri Tiruchi Mahaswamiji and Peetadhipathi of Sri Kailash Ashrama Mahasamsthana Bangalore, our organization "Sri Jnanakshi Lalita Praishthana (R), Hubli " has exclusively created this website to help us create 1400 paintings of Devi Lalita based on the meaning of Sri Lalita Sahasranama, Trishati and Soundaryalahari, i.e. Sri Lalita Vaibhava Chitra Yajna which is one of the main aims and objectives of our Pratisthana. Our organisation has been organising various events since 2008 to achieve this.

As a basic step towards fulfillment of our aims and objectives we have concentrated on Sri Lalita Vaibhava Chitra Yajna i.e. to create and collect 1400 paintings of Devi Lalita.

Dinesh Vishwanath Chillal an artist from Hubli has been commissioned by our organisation to paint these 1400 Devi Lalita paintings. So, devotees, art lovers and interested persons can participate in this yajna by sponsoring Devi paintings and various sevas and help us to achieve these objectives.

Lalita Vaibhava Chitra Yajna

Sponsor one or more paintings of Devi Lalita.

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Nitya Lalita Kumkumarchane

Perform Kumkumrachane daily at home itself by chanting mantra 9 times.

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Sri Balambika Samuha

A permanent group of devotees.

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Deeparadhane Seva

Sponsor Lalita Deepostsava in Kartik masa.

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Prasad Seva

Sponsor prasad distribution.

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Rangoli Seva

Sponsor rangoli potraits of Devi Lalita.

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Lalita Devi

Jaganmata Sri Jnanakshi Rajarajeshwari Lalita is the fountain head of beauty, riches and supreme knowledge. The glory of Devi Lalita is described very beautifully in Lalita Sahasranama, Lalita Trishati and Soundaryalahari Stotra.

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Kumkum Archane

"Archana" means offering of Mangala dravyas (auspicious materials) to Devi as prescribed in the Shastras, along with the chanting of Mantras. "Mangala" means fulfillment of all good wishes and removal of all difficulties.

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