Lalita Sahasranama Slokas 161-170

161. Karya karana nirmukta kamakeli tarangita Kanatkanaka tatanka lilavigraha dharini
Karya karana nirmukta: Who is not subject to the laws of cause and effect. Kamakeli tarangita: Who overflows with joy in the company of Her Lord, Kameshvara. Kanatkanaka tatanka: Who wears ear-ornaments of burnished gold. Lilavigraha dharini: Who takes various forms of Her cosmic play.
162. Ajakshaya vinirmukta mugdha kshipra prasadini Antarmukha samaradhya bahirmukha sudurlabha
Ajaya: For whom there is no birth. Kshaya vinirmukta: Whom there is no decay also. Mugdha: Who is attractive by her artless beauty and innocence. Kshipra prasadini: Who is easily pleased. Antarmukha samaradhya: Whose worship is easy for those whose, mental gaze is turned inward. Bahirmukha sudurlabha: Whose worship difficult for those whose mental gaze goes outwards.
163. Trayi trivarga nilaya tristha tripuramalini Niramaya niralamba svatmarama sudhasrutih
Trayi: Who is the three-fold Veda. Trivarga nilaya: Who is implicit in the threefold aim of life (Dharma, Artha and Kama). Tristha: Who is present in the three periods of existence like past, present and future. Tripuramalini: Who is the Deity of the threefold circles in the Shri-chakra. Niramaya: Who is free from the ills of life. Niralamba: Who depends on none. Svatmarama: Who is merged in the joy of Her own Self. Sudhasrutih: Who is the source of Sudha (spiritual nectar).
164. Samsara panka nirmagna samuddharana pandita Yagyapriya yagyakartri yajamana svarupini
Samsara panka nirmagna samuddharana pandita: Who is skilled in rescuing men who are sunk in the mire of Samsara. Yagyapriya: Who delights in acts of sacrifice. Yagyakartri: Who directs all sacrificial acts. Yajamana svarupini: Who takes the form of the institutor of sacrifice.
165. Dharmadhara dhanadhyaksha dhanadhanya vivardhini Viprapriya viprarupa vishva bhramana karini
Dharmadhara: Who is the support of Dharma.
Dhanadhyaksha: Who controls all riches. Dhanadhanya vivardhini: Who increases riches and harvests. Viprapriya: Who loves the learned. Viprarupa: Who is Herself the learned. Vishva bhramana karini: Who causes, the universe to revolve in cyclic motion.
166. Vishvagrasa vidrumabha vaishnavi vishnurupini
Ayoniryoni nilaya kutastha kularupini
Vishvagrasa: Who devours the universe at the end of the cycle. Vidrumabha: Who is like coral in complexion. Vaishnavi: Who is Vaishnavi, the power of Vishnu. Vishnurupini: Who is Herself in the form of Vishnu. Ayoni: Who has no source other than Herself. Yoni nilaya: Who houses the power that generates everything. Kutastha: Who is the changeless. Kularupini: Who is the Deity of the Kaula sect.
167. Viragoshti priya vira naishkarmya nadarupini Vigyana kalana kalya vidagdha bainda vasana
Viragoshti priya: Who is fond of the assembly of the devotees of the heroic mode of worship. Vira: Who is Herself the Hero. Naishkarmya: Who transcends work (Karma). Nadarupini: Who is the primal mystic sound. Vigyana kalana: Who is realization of the Absolute. Kalya: Who is one to be reckoned with. Vidagdha: Who is the wisdom displayed in all skills. Bainda vasana: Who is seated in the Bindu, the central dot in the Shri-chakra.
168. Tatvadhika tatvamayi tatvamartha svarupini Samaganapriya saumya sadashiva kutumbini
Tatvadhika: Who transcends all cosmic categories. Tatvamayi: Who comprehends all cosmic categories. Tatvamartha svarupini: Who is one with the non-dual Being denoted by the words Tat and Tvam in the great Vedic sentence Tat-tvamasi. Samagana priya: Who loves the chanting of Samaveda. Saumya: Who is the object of worship in Soma sacrifice. Sadashiva kutumbini: Who is the Consort of sadashiva.
169. Savya pasavya margastha sarvapad vinivarini Svastha svabhavamadhura dhira dhira samarchita
Savya pasavya margastha: Who is reached by both the paths – Savya (samaya) and Apasavya (kaula). Sarvapad vinivarini: Who wards off all dangers. Svastha: Who is sweet by nature. Svabhavamadhura: Who is sweet by nature. Dhira: Who is endowed with wisdom. Dhira samarchita: Who is worshipped by the wise with care and completeness.
170. Chaitanyarghya samaradhya chaitanya kusumapriya Sadodita sadatushta tarunaditya patala
Chaitanyarghya samaradhya: Who is best worshipped with the offereings of the spirit as Arghya. Chaitanya kusumapriya: Who loves the flower offerings of the spirit. Sadodita: Who is ever shining. Sadatushta: Who is ever pleased. Tarunaditya patala: Who is rosy like the morning sun.

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