Dasamayi Bala Tripurasundari stotram
(This stotra was taken from a book called Devi Stotra Rathnakara published by Gita press , Gorakhpur)
1,Sri Kali , bagaalaamukhi cha lalithaa dhoomravathi BHairavi,
Mathangi BHuvaneswari cha Kamala Sri Vajra vairochini,
THaraa poorva maha padhena kadhithaa vidhyaa swayam shambunaa ,
Leela roopa mayi chadesa dasadhaa Balaa thu maam pathu saa.
1.Like Lord Shiva who from early days used to assume the form he likes,
The goddess assumed as sport the ten forms of Balamukhi , Lalitha, Dhoomravathi,
Bhairavi , Matangi, Bhuvameswari, Kamala,Vajra vairochini and Tharaa,
And let that Bala having ten forms protect me always.
2.Shyaamaam syamaghanava bhasa ruchiraam neelaalakaa alankruthaam,
Bimboshtim Bali sathru vanditha padaam Balarka koti prabhaam,
THrasa thrana krupaa muda dadhadhim bhakthaaya dhanodhyathaam,
Vandhe sankata nasinim BHagawathim Balaam swayam Kaalikaam.
2.Salutations to her who shines in her black form. Who shines like black clouds,
Who has pretty decorated long blue hairs falling from her head,
Who has lips of red colour like Bimba fruits, Whose feet is saluted by Indra the enemy of Mahabali
Who shines like crores Suns of dawn, Fearing whom the evil ones wear garland of headless bodies.
Who wants always to give boons to her devotees, Who is the goddess destroying sorrow,
And who herself is theGoddess assuming the form of Bala.
3.Brahmasthraam , sumukhim bakara vibhavaam balaam balakeenibhaam,
Hastha nyastha samastha vairira samanamanye dadhaanaam gadhaam,
Peethaam bhooshana gandha malya ruchiraam peethgambaraangaam varaam,
Vandhe sangata nasinim bhagawathim Balaam cha Bagaalaa mukhim.
3.Salutations to her who has Brahmastra, who has pleasant disposition , Who likes the sound of “Bha”,
Who resembles a girl, who by one hand pulls the toungues of all her enemies and keeps them,
Who carries the mace in her other hand, Who wears yellow ornaments ,
Who is interested in sandal paste and garlands, Who looks extremely pretty,
Who destroys all our sorrows and who is Goddess Bala assuming the form of Bagalamukhi.
4.Balarka sruthi baskaraam trinayanaam mandasmithaam sanmukhim,
Vame pasa danurdharam suvibhavaam banam thadhaa dakshine,
Paaraa vara viharinim para mayim padmasane samsthithaam,
Vandhe SAnkata nasinim bhagwathim balaam swayam Shodasim
4.Salutations to her who shines like the infant sun , who has three eyes,
Who has a pretty face with a smile, who holds bow and rope in left hands ,
And arrows on her right hand , who moves between two banks,
Who has divine wealth with her , Who sits in the lotus pose,
Who destroys sorrow and who is God Bala who is Shodasi.
5.Deergaam deerga kuchaam udagra nasanaam Dushtachidhaam devathaam,
Krvyaadhaam kutilekshnaam cha kutilaam kakadwajaam ksuthkrusaam,
DEvim soorpakaraam maleena vasanaam thaam pippaladarchithaam,
Balaam SAnkata nasinim bhagwathim dhyayami dhoomaavathim.
5.I meditate on the goddess who is tall , who has high breasts .
Who has protruding teeth , who destroys evil people, who has form of Goddess,
Who eats meat , who has cruel bent eyes, who is cruel by nature,
Who shines with a crow flag , who appears weak due to hunger,
Who is Goddess, who holds winnow in her hands, Who wears dirty cloths,
Who is worshipped by Pippaladhas, Who is strong , who is destroyer of sorrow,
And who is the goddess Dhoomavathi .
6.Udhyath koti divakara prathibataam Balarka bhakarpataam,
Mala pusthaka pasa mangusa dharaam daithyendra mundasthrajaam,
Penothunga payodharaam trinayanaam Brahmadhibhi samsthuthaam,
Balaam sankata nasinim Bhagawathim Sri Bhairavim dheemahi.
6.I meditate on her who has the luster of one crore rising suns,
Who wears the dress of the purple colour of the rising Sun,
Who carries beaded chain , book , rope and goad,
Who wears the garland of corpses of the kings of Rakshasas,
Who has very high breasts, three eyes, who is prayed to by Brahma and others,
Who is Bala, who destroys sorrow and is the Goddess BHairavi.
7.Veena vadhana thathparaam , trinayanam, mandasmitham sanmukhim,
Vame Pasa Dhanurdharam thu nikare Banam thadhaa Dakshine ,
Paaraavara viharinim paramayim Brahmasane samsthithaam,
Vandhe SAnkata nasinim Bhagawathim Mathangineem baalikaam
7.I salute her who is interested in playing Veena, who has three eyes,
Who has pretty face with slow smile, Who holds rope and bow on her left hand ,
And holds the arrows in her right hand , who moves between banks,
Who is pervaded with divinity, Who sits in the seat of Lord Brahma,
Who destroys sorrows and is the Goddess Mandakini who is Bala.
8.Udhyath surya nibham cha indhu mukuta mindhi vare samsthithaam,
Hasthe charu varabhayam cha dadhathim prasam thadhaa cha angusam,
Chithralangrutha masthakaam trinayanam brahmadhibhi sevitham,
Vandhe sankata nasinim cha Bhuvanesim aadhi baalam Baje
8.I sing about her who shines like the rising sun . who keeps moon on her head,
Who sits on the red lotus flower , who shown giving of boons and protection by her hands,
As well as holds the rope and the goad, Whose forehead is decorated in various ways,
Who has three eyes , who is served by Lord Brahma and others,
Who is destroyer of sorrows and who is BHuvaneswari as well as Baala.
9.Devim Kanchna sannibham trinayanam phullaravinda sthithaam,
Vibraanaam varamabja yugma mabhayam hasthai kireetojjwalaam,
Praaleyachala sannibhaischa karibhiraashichamaanaam sadaa.
Baalam sankata naasinim BHagwathim Lakshmim Bhaje chondhiraam
9.I sing about the goddess who is like gold , who has three eyes,
Who sits on fully opened lotus , who shows protection and boons by her hand,
Who holds two lotus flowers, who shines wearing a crown,
Who is like the Himalaya mountains, who is always anointed by two elephants
Who is Bala who destroys sorrows who is Goddess Lakshmi also called as Indiraa.
10.SAchinnam Swasiro vikorna kutilaam vame kare bibhrathim,
Trupthaasya swa sareerajaischa rudhirai santharppayanthim sakhim,
Sadbhathaaya vara pradhana nirathaam prethaasanaadhyasineem,
Balaam sankata nasinim Bhagawathim Sri Chinnamasthaam bhaje.
10.I sing about who stands erect, Who appears fearsome due to her cut head,
Who holds her cut head on left hand , Who looks satisfied her friends ,
By giving them her own blood to drink, Who grands boons to her true devotees,
Who sits on a corpse, Who is Bala destroyer of sorrow and Goddess Chinnamastha
11.Ugrameka jadaam anatha sukhadhaam doorvaa dalai bhamajaam,
Kathri khadga pala neela kamalaan hasthair vahanthim Shivaam,
Kande mundasthrajaam karala vadanaam , kanjasane samstthithaam ,
Vandhe sankata nasinim bhagawathim Balaam swayam tharinim.
11.I salute the goddess who is fierce, who maintans tufted hair, Who enjoys pleasyres,
Whose colour is like the shine of Doorva grass, Who does not have births ,
Who holds in her hands scissors , sword, skull and blue lotus , and who is peacefull
Who wears a garland of corpses, who has a black face, who sits on a lotus seat ,
Who is a destroyer of sorrow and who is the Goddess Bala who makes us cross samsara.
12.Mukhe sri Mathangi thad anukilatharaa cha nayane,
Thadantharangaa kali brukuti sadane bhairavi paraa,
Katou Chinna Dhoomavathi Jaya kuchendhou Kamalajaa,
Paadamse Brahmastra jayathi kila Balaa Dasamayi.
12.In her face is Mathangi, in her well disposed eyes is Thara,
Within her inside is Kali, in her eye brows lives divine Bhairavi,
In her waist is Chinnamastha and Dhoomavathi , in her breasts Kamala
In her feet Brahmastra and let Bala with ten forms be victorious
13.Virajan mandhara druma kusuma harasthanathati,
Paristhaathranasphutika gutikaa pusthakavaraa,
Gale rekhasthisthro gamaka gita gitaika nipunaa,
Sadaa peethaa haalaa jayathi kil balaa dasamayi
Ithi Sri Meru thanthre dasamayi bala tri[urasundari stotram sampoornam.
13.She whose chest is decorated by the garland of Mandhara flowers and shines,
She holds in her hand the sign of protection which drives away fear,
A crystal bead chain , book and symbol of granting boons,
And in whose neck there are three shining lines, who is an expert in singing,
Songs with Gamaka and Gathi, who is always engaged in drinking alcohol,
Is the one with ten Vidhya forms and is called Goddess Bala.Let her be victorious
Thus ends the prayer addressed to Bala Tripurasundari which occurs in Meru Thanthra.